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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of County Commissioners of Park County, Montana, is accepting applications for the
TAX APPEAL BOARD.
Application can be picked up at the Commission office or on the county website at www.parkcounty.org under departments/county-boards-committees. Closing Date February 24th @ 4:30 pm. Please return applications to County Commissioners office: 414 E. Calendar Livingston, MT 59047 or email at email@example.com. If you need more information call 222-4106
FAIRGROUNDS AND PARKS BOARD.
Application can be picked up at the Commission office or on the county website at www.parkcounty.org under departments/county-boards-committees. Closing Date February 24th 2020 @ 4:30 pm. Please return applications to the County Commissioners office: 414 E. Calendar Livingston, MT 59047 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need more information call 222-4106
Park County Planning Board Meeting 2/20/2020 will be postponed until further notice. please check back soon for an update
Notice of Old Yellowstone Trail South Corridor Study 30 Day Public Comment Period
The Old Yellowstone Trail South Corridor Study is a planning level review of safety; operational and geometric conditions; and environmental resources within the corridor to identify needs and constraints. At the request of Park County Montana, Western Federal Lands Highway Division (WFL) conducted a study of the Old Yellowstone Trail South (OYTS) road alignment for potential improvements to the corridor through the Federal Lands Access Program. This effort strives to identify feasible improvements within the study area based on needs identified by the public, the study partners, and resource agencies. It will serve as a pre-NEPA evaluation to identify reasonable options for the 21-mile corridor from Gardiner, MT to Highway 89 South at Point of Rocks and serve as a resource for future funding opportunities. This study is not intended to be a decision document and does not require allocation of any funds towards a specific project contained in the report. Future projects will be determined on a case-by-case basis. A major consideration for this corridor is the proximity to Yellowstone National Park and inclusion within Custer Gallatin National Forest. Maintenance, improvements and decisions regarding management of the corridor must be a collaborative effort and consider the resources and mission of each of the agencies involved. The Old Yellowstone Trail South Corridor Study is available for review on the website at https://www.parkcounty.org/Our-Projects/Yankee-Jim-Canyon-Old-Yellowstone-Trail-South-Planning-Project/ . Written comments are encouraged and may be submitted to the Park County Commission at email@example.com. Please submit comments by 4:00PM local time on March 2, 2020.
Colter Pass, Cooke City, Silver Gate Resort Tax Application OPEN
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Park County Commission will receive applications for Resort Tax Funds for the Colter Pass, Cooke City, Silver Gate Resort Tax Area. The application may be obtained Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Park County Clerk and Recorder’s Office, 414 East Callender Street, Livingston, Montana 59047, (406) 222-4110 or by emailing the Park County Clerk and Recorder’s Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PROPOSED CONFLICT MITIGATION ZONING DISTRICT
The Park County Planning Board is currently working with Planning Staff to develop a draft Park County Conflict Mitigation Zoning District in conjunction with Goal 16 of the Park County Growth Policy. The Planning Board is still early in the process, and have yet to vote to make a recommendation to the Park County Commission to pursue the process of creating a zoning district. The Park County Planning Board operates in an advisory capacity and any future decisions to begin the process to create a zoning district must come from the Park County Commission. The Planning Board encourages participation and input from the public throughout this process.
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