On Thursday, January 2, U.S. District Federal court judge Edward Lodge ruled against the city of Boise over a set of anti-solicitation laws. Lodge's ruling has shaken up legislation in cities with similar laws including Missoula.
While many city and state employees were taking the day off for Columbus Day, some Missoula city council members were busy trying to improve the cultural relationship the city shares with the Salish-Kootenai tribe in St. Ignatius.
In a near unanimous decision, the Missoula City Council voted 10 to 1 on Monday, September 9, to retroactively create a restrictive ordinance that directly hampered plans to relocate the Union Gospel Mission from Toole Avenue to West Broadway.
Monday's Missoula city council meeting involved a fiery discussion over a proposed text change to the way Missoula's zoning codes are read. The change would allow owners of single family zoned homes to create or use adjacent dwelling units (or ADUs) as rentals
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