City ballots in the mail this week
Ballots for the Great Falls general election go out in the mail Monday.
The ballot for those in the city limits will include the City Commission and mayor elections; backyard chickens; City Charter updates; and the economic development levy.
Ballots are due by 8 p.m. Nov. 7.
Urban chicken forum Thursday; proposed ordinance updated
The candidates for mayor are incumbent Bob Kelly and Spencer Galloway. Candidates for the two available commission seats are Mary Sheehy Moe, Owen Robinson and Rick Tryon.
Moe, Robinson, Burow and Tryon advance to November city ballot
Commissioner Fred Burow announced previously that he was dropping out of the race, but his name will remain on the ballot because under state law, he didn’t withdraw by the deadline of 85 days prior to an election to be removed from the ballot.
Fred Burow withdraws from commission race, but will remain on November ballot
There are about 28,500 active voters registered in the city limits.
We’ll have more throughout the week on the candidates for commission; urban chickens and the language for the charter updates.
City beginning process to update city charter
The Electric and the Great Falls Chamber of Commerce are hosting a commission candidate forum on Oct. 23 at 6:30 p.m. in the Cameron Auditorium at Benefis Health System, 1101 26th St. S. KMON will be airing the forum live on the radio.
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