City of Laurel officials are starting to discuss what to do with city parks in the wake of voters rejecting in June a citywide parks district that would provide services and maintain improvements.
LAUREL — Laurel voters will mark their ballots June 3 to decide whether residents want the certainty of funding — and the property tax hike — that comes through a park maintenance district.
Members of the Billings City Council have until March 28 to set priorities for projects to be completed during the first year of a new citywide park district.
The Billings City Council has only one item on its regular agenda Monday night, but it could be a long meeting anyway.
With a vote on creation of a citywide park district a few days away, Billings City Council members are hearing more from supporters of the district, after having heard almost exclusively from opponents initially.
Let me apologize in advance for getting all serious on you. But, sometimes, if you want to understand the daily news, you need to hear a little history.
Members of the Billings Parks Board had something of a dress rehearsal at a special meeting Wednesday afternoon.
After a lengthy public hearing and an even lengthier discussion, members of the Billings City Council took the first step Monday night toward creation of a citywide special park district.
A recent City Council agenda included 21 appointments to the city’s various boards and commissions.