Category Archives: City of Great Falls

M&D Construction still mulling options after commission denied permit

Rhett Hulett, owner of M&D Construction, returned to the City Commission on Jan. 16 to give commissioners additional information. During their Jan. 2 meeting, commissioners denied a conditional use permit for M&D Construction to allow for a contractor yard, type two. The company had been operating beyond the allowable uses in the M-2 zoning district without the CUP and earlier

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Park district public hearing set for Feb. 6

The public hearing on whether to send the park district question to the ballot is set for Feb. 6. During Tuesday’s meeting, City Commissioners accepted the item on first reading and voted to set the public hearing. That’s normal procedure for setting any public hearing. After the hearing on Feb. 6, commissioners will then vote on the resolution that would

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Streets and sidewalks focus of next proposed city code revision

City staff are continuing their review and update of municipal code. Up next? Streets and sidewalks. Staff has undertaken a major effort to review the city code, title by title, to remove typos, formatting errors and more significantly, correct inconsistencies and in some cases, make policy changes. City working to update municipal code All code changes require public hearings and

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Some pool fees proposed to increase 50 cents

Small increases are being proposed for open swim fees at the Natatorium, Water Tower and Jaycee pools and at the Mitchell Pool for children two and under. Those increases are each 50 cents. The proposed increases would generate an estimated $6,140 toward pool operations, according to the staff report. About $4,311 would be generated at Water Tower and Jaycee pools

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City Commission to interview applicants for airport board Jan. 16

City Commissioners are scheduled to interview the three applicants for the city’s spots on the Great Falls Regional Airport Authority Board during a special work session at 4 p.m. on Jan. 16. The three applicants are: Anthony Aretz, Joe McKenney and Todd Timboe. Their applications are available here. Commissioners are scheduled to vote to make their appointments during the regular

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Park district is on track to go to May 8 ballot for $1.5 million assessment

The proposed park district will be on the Jan. 16 City Commission agenda for a first meeting and to set a public hearing for Feb. 6. That meets the deadlines set under state law to put the park district on the May 8 ballot. During a special work session Monday morning, commissioners discussed the mechanics of how the assessment process

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Restaurant, grocery building for West Bank Landing; University of Providence project on Design Review Board agenda

Two projects in the West Bank Landing development on the Missouri River, off 3rd Street Northwest are up for Design Review Board consideration on Monday. One is for a 3,662 square foot building designed for two quick service restaurants. One of those has been named as Five on Black, but the second space will be built as a shell until

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