With just two items for discussion on the agenda, Monday’s Billings City Council work session probably won’t last well into the next morning, as last week’s meeting on the nondiscrimination ordinance did.
The Billings City Council is looking at another light agenda for its meeting Monday night.
An outdoor advertising company locked in a court battle with the city of Billings over two damaged billboards has asked a federal court for summary judgment in the case.
The Billings City Council heard presentations Monday night on four bicycle and pedestrian projects that would make use of a little more than half a million dollars in federal transportation funds.
The Billings City Council will hold a public hearing on an infill development policy and then consider adopting it when it meets Monday night.
A bond measure to fund additional improvements at MetraPark is unlikely to proceed, given that two of the three Yellowstone County commissioners are against it.
City voters will decide in the upcoming election whether to devote more funding to planning services.