The Missoula Institute for Sustainable Transportation (MIST) has joined with the Riverfront Neighborhood Council to propose changes to both 5th and 6th Streets that would reduce traffic from two one-way lanes to a single lane, with the addition of a wide bicycle lane.
The recent controversy over whether the Union Gospel Mission could relocate to a storefront on Broadway just blocks from the new Poverello Center has led to new zoning proposals from the City of Missoula.
On Wednesday, September 25, Missoula Mayor Jon Engen asked the Missoula City Council for an ordinance to begin the process of purchasing Mountain Water, through negotiations, or through the process of condemnation.
Missoula Mayor Jon Engen asked the city council on Wednesday afternoon, September 25, for a public hearing to enact an ordinance for the purpose of purchasing the Mountain Water Company from the Carlyle Infrastructure Group.
The Missoula City Council voted nearly unanimously Monday night, September 9, to approve retroactive restrictive ordinances that would keep the Union Gospel Mission from relocating from Toole Avenue to a storefront on West Broadway.
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