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Missoula Water Rates to Jump “as High as Double” If Eminent Domain Successful, Says Rate Analyst

Mayor John Engen told the public that water rates would not rise after city ownership, but a former Montana PSC rate analyst says math will require rates to jump.

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Photo courtesy of NBC Montana
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Missoula Mayor and State Representative Spar Over Governor’s Use of State Plane

Is a state plane the most efficient way for the Governor to travel to nearby cities? Should campaign stops via plane be disclosed as in-kind donations?

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WATCH – City Club of Missoula Hosts Engen – Engstrom – Rollie in State of Missoula Gathering

The City Club of Missoula hosted its annual State of Missoula gathering at the Doubletree Hotel on Monday, February 8, and heard from Mayor John Engen, Missoula County Commissioner Nicole Rollie and University of Montana President Royce Engstrom.

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Photo Courtesy of Google Street View
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Political Practices Commissioner Asked to Investigate Possible “Pay to Play” Relationship Between Mayor Engen, WGM Group

The Missoula County Republican Party is asking Political Practices Commissioner Jonathan Motl to investigate political contributions between an engineering firm and Mayor John Engen

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Mountain Water Employees Appeal Condemnation Order, Challenge Mayor’s Offer

Missoula City officials may have been happy with their District Court victory in the Mountain Water Condemnation trial, but Mountain Water Company employees aren’t ready to end the fight.

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Photo courtesy of Marco Di Lauro / Getty Images
Photo courtesy of Marco Di Lauro / Getty Images
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Fears of Bottling Missoula Water for Export Arise in Condemnation Trial

During the Mountain Water Company condemnation trial on Friday, March 27, Karen Knudsen, Executive Director of the Clark Fork Coalition, offered some surprising testimony about the possible bottling of Missoula water for export.

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Photo courtesy of MCAT
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Did Mayor Engen Really Say Government Employees “Don’t Have to do Very Much, Get Paid a Lot?”

The city of Missoula's condemnation lawsuit against Mountain Water Company is underway and, so far, a statement about government employees by Mayor John Engen has been mentioned directly or indirectly by nearly every attorney.

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TedX Montana Event on UM Campus To Study Theme of Language [YouTube]

Distinguished speakers will be addressing the theme of language during UM'sTedX Montana event this Friday at the George and Jane Dennison Theater.

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Photo courtesy of Peter Christian
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Update on Missoula Mayor John Engen’s Pay Increases, New Numbers and Responses From City

Missoula Mayor John Engen received a pay increase between FY 2014 and FY 2015 after saying he wouldn't, but his pay throughout his tenure has not grown by 50 percent as previous Missoula city data showed.

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Missoula Mayor John Engen Took a Pay Raise After Saying He Wouldn’t

Update: The mayor and his staff are contesting the numbers provided by the Missoula Finance Department. If these numbers are incorrect, they will significantly change this story. We have been told by the mayor's staff that correct data will be sent to us on Monday, September 22. The pay raise for FY 2015 has not been contested, only the amount of pay when Mayor Engen began his career. Due to possible incorrect data, percentage calculations throughout the original story may be incorrect.

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