After a debate that went deep into the night on Monday, the Missoula City Council approved the city’s purchase of the Sleepy Inn Motel, for the purpose of turning the building into what is called a ‘con-congregate’ facility to ‘quarantine and isolate’ COVID 19 pati…
It was revealed recently that the City of Missoula has put down $25,000 in earnest money to purchase the Sleepy Inn Motel, located on East Broadway near the Russell Street Bridge for a total purchase price of over $1 million.
After the Missoula City Council overwhelmingly approved Missoula County’s effort to place a two cents per gallon gas tax on the June primary election ballot, Commissioner Josh Slotnik provided some background on Monday’s upcoming vote.
Some members of the Missoula City Council are asking for patience and understanding regarding the case of Staff Sergeant Brandon Bryant who is in the Missoula County Jail on $100,000 bond after threats against the council were published on You Tube.
A Missoula man, identified by police as Brandon Bryant, has been barred from attending any further Missoula City Council meetings after allegedly making threats to the personal safety of the council members.
It was crowded in the North Russell County Office building on Thursday as two county commissioners, the clerk of district court, the elections administrator, witnesses, the media and two nervous candidates met to recount the ballots from Ward Six.
When the City of Missoula acquired what is now the Missoula Water Company, one of the necessary steps was to comply with federal, state and local laws for storm water management and to maintain infrastructure for surface and underground movement of water from rain and snow melt.
With 75 percent of the votes counted, there may be more vigorous discussion over budget issues within the Missoula City Council after members of what was dubbed ‘Team Liberty’ won two seats on Tuesday night.
The man who is responsible for writing and helping to pass many of Montana’s gun laws weighed in on the recent Montana Supreme Court decision striking down the Missoula City Council’s proposed background check ordinance.