Jul
24
5:00 PM17:00

Request for Planning Services Proposals Due

 

CITY OF THREE FORKS

Request for Proposals

 

Professional Planning Services

 

The City of Three Forks is seeking proposals from qualified firms or individuals to provide professional planning services.  Applicants must have at least five (5) years working in Montana as a planner or have credentials equivalent to work experience.  Membership with Montana Association of Planners is preferred. 

This position is paid via a monthly stipend of $250.00 for the duties outlined in the scope of work, for up to ten (10) hours per month which includes travel time.

A complete scope of work to be provided under the contract may be obtained by contacting the City of Three Forks, P.O. Box 187, 206 Main Street, Three Forks, MT, 59752, (406) 285-3431, or by email at shamilton@threeforksmontana.us.

Proposals must be received no later than 5:00 PM, Tuesday, July 24, 2018.

 

 

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Jul
19
7:00 PM19:00

Zoning & Planning Meeting

 AGENDA FOR ZONING & PLANNING BOARD MEETING

I.      CALL to ORDER

II.    ROLL CALL

III.  REMINDER TO PUBLIC THAT MEETING IS RECORDED

IV.    PUBLIC COMMENTS/CONCERNS (not on the agenda)

V.      CONSENT AGENDA

A. Approval of May 24, 2018 Meeting Minutes

VI.    PUBLIC HEARINGS

A. Public Hearing and Decision on the Approval of a Conditional Use Application by Brooke Chancellor, to Operate a Short Term Vacation Rental, Example ‘Air BnB”, for the Property Located at Block 2, Lots 7-10, Buttelman Addition, Plat D-20, more Commonly Referred to as 11 S. Colorado Street

1.      Staff Report

2.      Applicant Testimony/Presentation

3.      Board Comments/Questions

4.      Public Comments

5.      Close Public Comment

6.      Applicant Rebuttal (if any)

7.      Board Discussion, Motion, Decision

 

B. Public Hearing and Decision on the Approval of a Conditional Use Application by Diane Fuhrman, Frank Parker and Troy Dorrell, to Add a Single Family Residence and Garage in the Central Business District, for the Property Located at Block 27, Lots 7 & 8, Original Townsite, Plat D-18, more Commonly Known as Near the Previous Address of 123 W. Elm St.,

1.      Staff Report

2.      Applicant Testimony/Presentation

3.      Board Comments/Questions

4.      Public Comments

5.      Close Public Comment

6.      Applicant Rebuttal (if any)

7.      Board Discussion, Motion, Decision

C. Discussion and Decision to Send a Recommendation to the City Council Regarding Types of Fencing to be Allowed or Disallowed within the City Limits.

D. Presentation by Randy Carpenter Regarding Growth in Gallatin County. The Initiative is Called “A Seat at the Table”.  Public Input and Comments are Encouraged.

 

VII.   ADJOURNMENT

 

Zoning & Planning Board Meeting Procedures

The public is invited to speak on any item under discussion by the Board, after recognition by the presiding officer.

The speaker should stand, and for the record, give his/her name and address, and, if applicable, the person, firm or organization he/she represents. Comments should be limited to three (3) minutes unless approval by the presiding officer, and citizens requesting to speak shall limit him or herself to matters of fact regarding the issue of concern.

Prepared statements are welcomed and should be given to the chair of the Board. Prepared statements that are also read, however, shall be deemed unduly repetitious. All prepared statements shall become part of the hearing record.

While the Board is in session, those in attendance must preserve order and decorum. A member shall not delay or interrupt the proceedings or the peace of the Board, nor disturb any member while speaking or refuse to obey the orders of the Board or its presiding officer.

Any person making personal, impertinent or slanderous remarks or who shall become boisterous or disruptive during the meeting shall be forthwith barred from further presentation by the presiding officer.

The Zoning & Planning Board reserves the right to amend these rules of procedure as deemed necessary.

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Jul
19
6:00 AM06:00

Chip Sealing Begins

CHIP SEAL PROJECT

 

Chip sealing of 5th Ave E, 6th Ave E, 7th Ave E, Talc Road, and Front Street, will begin on July 19, 2018. This should only take one day to complete.

 

Please keep the street clear - move any parked vehicles, trailers, campers, boats, etc... from the street complete during this project. Thank you for your cooperation!

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Jul
11
6:30 PM18:30

Ordinance Committee

AGENDA

 

1.             Consideration to define “tourist home/rentals” and identify the zoning district(s) in which this use is permitted or conditionally permitted.  The Zoning & Planning Board recommends all being required to first obtain a conditional use permit, and to only be within the Residential District.

2.             Public comment on any item not on the agenda

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Jul
11
4:15 PM16:15

Library Board of Trustees Meeting

BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING AGENDA

THREE FORKS COMMUNITY LIBRARY

Wednesday, July 11th, 2018

 

 

 

1.      Call Meeting to order, additions to agenda, introduction of guests, correspondence.

 

2.     Roll Call

 

3.     Approval of June Minutes.

 

4.     Budget and Director’s report

·        Explanation of keeping expenses in 230 vs. 360 from last months’ meeting.

·        Rental Space

·        Statistics (circulation, programs, website, Google)

 

5.     Unfinished Business:

 

a.     Election of Officers

b.     End of Summer Reading Barbeque

 

6.      New Business

a.      Director’s Evaluation

b.     Farmer’s Market BBQ (August 9th)

 

7.      Set August meeting date and time.

 

Public comment is welcome at any time during Trustee meetings.  Please wait to be recognized by the Chair and keep your comments to three minutes.

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Jul
10
7:00 PM19:00

City Council Meeting

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AGENDA FOR COUNCIL MEETING

CITY OF THREE FORKS

 

The Three Forks City Council will meet Tuesday, July 10th, 2018 at 7:00PM the City Hall Council Chambers, 206 Main Street.

 

AGENDA

  1. CALL to ORDER

  2. ROLL CALL

  3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

  4. REMINDER TO PUBLIC THAT MEETING IS RECORDED

  5. PUBLIC COMMENTS/CONCERNS (For items not on the agenda)

  6. CONSENT AGENDA

  1. Approval of Claims per List for FY17/18 paid on 6/29/2018 in the Amount of $20,561.87

  2. Approval of Claims per List to Mail Utility Bills in the Amount of $159.98

  3. Approval of Claims for FY18/FY19 paid due to timeliness in the Amount of $9,900.00

  4. Approval of Claims for FY17/18 paid after 7/1/2018 in the amount of $14,838.20

  5. Approval of Claims per List

  6. Approval of Three Forks Rodeo Arena Claims per List

  7. Approval of Meeting Minutes from June 26, 2018

  8. Approval of Letter of Commitment to Ascent Technical Services, LLC to Place an ATM Machine at the Fairgrounds Over the 2018 Rodeo (7/13-7/14/2018)

  9. Approval of Pledged Securities through June 30, 2018

  1. PUBLIC HEARINGS

  2. REPORT OF OFFICERS

  3. REPORTS OF COUNCIL COMMITTEES

  4. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

  5. NEW BUSINESS

    1. Appointment of Luke Van Otterloo as a Probationary Volunteer Firefighter

    2. Ratify Fire Department Officer Appointments

  6. PUBLIC COMMENTS/CONCERNS (For items not on the agenda)

  7. MAYOR & COUNCIL ANNOUNCEMENTS

  8. AGENDA ITEMS FOR NEXT COUNCIL MEETING: 7/24/2018

  9. ADJOURNMENT

 

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Jul
9
7:00 PM19:00

Three Forks Ambulance Service District Meeting

THREE FORKS AREA AMBULANCE

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

MEETING AGENDA

JULY 9, 2018

AMBULANCE STATION 18:30

A. Meeting called to order:

B. Board Members: Gayle Ross (Chair), Susan Story, Barb Mutter, Jim Manring, Jim Waldo

C. Recognize visitors and crew members

Accept public comment on items not on the agenda

D. Go over minutes from June 5th meeting.

Suggestions from Crystal Turner

E. Treasurer’s Report:

1. Beginning Balance:

2. Receipts:

3. Total Bills:

4. Final Balance:

Update on billing.

Discussion on how we handle bills and deposits

F. Chief/Assistant Chief

Handbook Changes

Crew members and number of calls made

An overdue bill for medical supplies

G. Old Business:

Barbecue

Grant for AED

Landscaping follow-up

State medical board review of TJ Catterlin

IRS unfinished

State Fund update

Workmen’s Comp update

Discuss unemployment insurance

H. New Business

Clarkston Fire agreement needs review this month

I. Next Meeting?

J. Adjourn

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Jun
27
4:00 PM16:00

Budget Committee Meeting

Notice of City Council

Committee Meeting

 

The Budget Committee will meet at the City Office, 206 Main Street at 4:00PM on Thursday,

June 27, 2018.

 

1.                  Review of Qtr 4 financials FY2017/2018 budget.

2.                  Discussion on preliminary FY2018/2019 budget.

 

Public is welcome to attend and provide input.

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Jun
26
7:00 PM19:00

City Council Meeting

AGENDA

I.      CALL to ORDER

II.    ROLL CALL

III.  PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

IV.    REMINDER TO PUBLIC THAT MEETING IS RECORDED

V.      PUBLIC COMMENTS/CONCERNS (For items not on the agenda)

VI.    CONSENT AGENDA

A.     Approval of Claims per List

B.     Approval of Three Forks Rodeo Arena Claims per List

C.     Approval of Meeting Minutes from June 12, 2018

VII.  PUBLIC HEARINGS

VIII.    REPORT OF OFFICERS

IX.    REPORTS OF COUNCIL COMMITTEES

X.      UNFINISHED BUSINESS

A.     Approval of the Audit of City of Three Forks’ Financials for Year Ended 6/30/2017

XI.    NEW BUSINESS

A.     Three Forks Ambulance District Request to Close E. Hickory from 12:00PM to 2:00PM on July 14th, 2018, During the Appreciation Lunch to Accommodate the Landing of a Reach Lifeflight Helicopter (Barbara Mutter)

XII.  PUBLIC COMMENTS/CONCERNS (For items not on the agenda)

XIII.    MAYOR & COUNCIL ANNOUNCEMENTS

XIV.  AGENDA ITEMS FOR NEXT COUNCIL MEETING: 7/10/2018

XV.     ADJOURNMENT

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Jun
13
4:15 PM16:15

Library Trustee Board Meeting

BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING AGENDA

THREE FORKS COMMUNITY LIBRARY

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

4:15 p.m.

 

1.        Call meeting to order, additions to agenda, introduction of guests, correspondence.

2.       Approval of May Minutes.

3.       Budget and Director’s report

4.       Unfinished Business:

a.       Adult Education classes (Proposed action – take a month to evaluat  the pros and cons)

b.      Proposed City Budget (Proposed action – accept or modify)

5.        New Business

a.       Sunday parking (Proposed action – agree but stipulate that the library always has priority)

b.      Rental update

c.       Bench

6.        Set July meeting date and time. (Proposed: July 11 at 4:15pm)

 

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Jun
12
7:00 PM19:00

City Council Meeting

AGENDA

I.      CALL to ORDER

II.    ROLL CALL

III.  PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

IV.    REMINDER TO PUBLIC THAT MEETING IS RECORDED

V.      PUBLIC COMMENTS/CONCERNS (For items not on the agenda)

VI.    CONSENT AGENDA

A.     Approval of Claim Paid to Mail Utility Bills in the Amount of $158.67

B.     Approval of Claims per List

C.     Approval of Fair Board Claims per List

D.     Approval of Meeting Minutes from May 22, 2018

E.     Approval of the Zoning & Planning Board Meeting Minutes of November 17, 2017

VII.          PUBLIC HEARINGS

A.     Presentation of the Audit of City of Three Forks’ Financials for Year Ended 6/30/2017 (Rudd & Company)

B.     Public Hearing and Decision on a Request by Neal Story for a Conditional Use Permit for Property Located at Block 56, Lot 10A of the Milwaukee Land Company 1st Addition, (Commonly Known as 613 1st Ave East) to Operate a Short Term Vacation Rental within the Home via Advertisements like “Air B&B”

VIII.    REPORT OF OFFICERS

IX.    REPORTS OF COUNCIL COMMITTEES

X.      UNFINISHED BUSINESS

A.     Decision on a Petition Requested by Rob Norman to Amend the Determination of the Average Sewer Rate as Allowed in #9-4-1

XI.    NEW BUSINESS

A.     Discussion and Decision Regarding Funding a Portion of the Annual Northern Rocky Mountain Economic Development Membership Fee, up to $1,000

B.     Fair Board Request for Kansas Street Closure for Several Fairground Events (June 15-16, 29-30, July 3-4, 13-14, 27-28, August 3-4, 17-18, August 31-September 1, September 21-22) (Kelly Bugland)

C.     Board Appointments:

a)      Three Forks Rodeo Arena

b)      Zoning & Planning

XII.  PUBLIC COMMENTS/CONCERNS (For items not on the agenda)

XIII.    MAYOR & COUNCIL ANNOUNCEMENTS

XIV.  AGENDA ITEMS FOR NEXT COUNCIL MEETING: 6/26/2018

XV.     ADJOURNMENT

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Jun
7
4:00 PM16:00

Budget Committee Meeting

Notice of City Council

Committee Meeting

 

The Budget Committee will meet at the City Office, 206 Main Street at 4:00PM on Thursday,

June 7, 2018.

 

1.                  Review of Qtr 4 financials FY2017/2018 budget.

2.                  Discussion & update of Law Enforcement contract for FY2018-2023

 

Public is welcome to attend and provide input.

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Jun
5
6:30 PM18:30

Three Forks Area Ambulance Meeting

A. Meeting called to order:

B. Board Members: Gayle Ross (Chair), Susan Story, Jim Manring, Barb Mutter, Jim Waldo

C. Recognize Visitors and crew members

Public comment on items not on the agenda.

D. Go over minutes from June 14, 2018

E. Treasurer’s report:

1. Beginning balance:

2. Money in:

3. Bills:

4. Final balance

F. Chief/Assistant Chief

Handbook changes

G. Old Business

IRS taxes 2017

County Budget

Driver training

State licensing

Landscaping follow up

Building use calendar

Barbecue follow up

Grant for AED

H. New Business

EMT refresher certificates

I. Next Meeting

J. Adjourn

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Jun
4
5:30 PM17:30

Three Forks Rodeo Arena Board

Agenda

Three Forks Rodeo Arena Board of Directors Meeting
June 4th, 2018
TFRA Cook Shack, 5:30 p.m.

Financials & Approval of Minutes

  1. Approval of last meeting minutes

  2. Presentation of Bills/Approval of TFRA Board Claims

Committee Reports

  1. Finance & Fundraising - Kelly & Gene

    1. Financial Reports

      1. Income & Expense

      2. Deposit & Investment Account Balances

      3. Budget vs. Actual

  2. Rodeo & Events - Casey & Adam

    1. Task List
      Personnel List Completed

    2. Advertising / Promotion Update - Christina

    3. Concessions

    4. Ticket & Security Workforce
       

  3. Special Projects - Mike & Whobee

    1. RV Outlets

    2. Donation Box

    3. Soda Shack

    4. Truck fill station

  4. Master Plan - Gene & Casey

    1. Bleachers

  5. Internal Operations - Adam & Kelly

    1. Bylaws

        1. Discussion of bylaws updated from 2002 Draft

        2. Attorney, Clerk & CTW comments

    2. Labor Contracts

    3. Financial accounting process for NRA Rodeo

    4. Insurance Requirements for Building Rental

  6. Arena Operations - Whobee & Mike

New Business

  1. Discuss Agenda items for next meeting

  2. Meeting schedule for pre-rodeo prep

    1. 6/11; 7/2; 7/9

  3.  

Adjourn

  1. Next meeting June 11, 5:30 pm @ Cook Shack

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Wading Pool Attendant Applications Due
Jun
4
5:00 PM17:00

Wading Pool Attendant Applications Due

Seasonal Part-time Jobs

The City of Three Forks is seeking applicants for the seasonal positions of Wading Pool Attendants (3).

The wading pool position is responsible for maintaining, draining and cleaning the wading pool, and supervision of children at the wading pool.  Hours would be from 12:45PM-5:15PM Monday through Friday.  Applicants must be or become First Aid and CPR certified.

Interested individuals may pick up an application at City Hall, Bozeman Job Service, or download it from the City website (www.threeforksmontana.us) and return it no later than June 4, 2018 to:

City of Three Forks

Attn:  Mayor Steven Hamilton

PO Box 187

206 Main St.

Three Forks, MT 59752-0187

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Jun
1
10:00 AM10:00

Law Enforcement Contract Negotiations Continue

Time still pending, but the meeting is set for Friday "morning".

 

COMMITTEE MEETING

The City’s Public Safety Committee will meet to continue discussions for law enforcement contract negotiations with the Gallatin County Sheriff.

The meeting will take place at the Sheriff’s Office in Bozeman, Friday, June 1, 2018, from ?-?.

The public is welcomed to attend to provide its feedback on this service.

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May
24
7:00 PM19:00

Zoning & Planning Board Meeting

AGENDA

I.      CALL to ORDER

II.    ROLL CALL

III.  REMINDER TO PUBLIC THAT MEETING IS RECORDED

IV.    PUBLIC COMMENTS/CONCERNS (not on the agenda)

V.      CONSENT AGENDA

A.     Approval of November 16, 2017 Meeting Minutes

VI.    PUBLIC HEARINGS

A. Public Hearing and Decision on the Approval of a Conditional Use Application by Neal Story, to Operate a Short Term Vacation Rental, example ‘Air BnB”, for the Property Located at Block 56, Lot 10A, Milwaukee Land Company 1st Addition, Plat D-29-B more Commonly Referred to as 613 1st Ave East

1.      Staff Report

2.      Applicant Testimony/Presentation

3.      Board Comments/Questions

4.      Public Comments

5.      Close Public Comment

6.      Applicant Rebuttal (if any)

7.      Board Discussion, Motion, Decision

 

B. Public Hearing and Decision on the Approval of a Conditional Use Application by LouAnn Elmose, to Operate a Short Term Vacation Rental, example ‘Air BnB”, for the Property Located at Block 41, Lots 11 & 12,  Milwaukee Land Company 1st Addition, Plat D-22 more Commonly Referred to as 305 4th Ave East

1.      Staff Report

2.      Applicant Testimony/Presentation

3.      Board Comments/Questions

4.      Public Comments

5.      Close Public Comment

6.      Applicant Rebuttal (if any)

7.      Board Discussion, Motion, Decision

 

ADJOURNMENT

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May
22
7:00 PM19:00

City Council Meeting

AGENDA

I.      CALL to ORDER

II.    ROLL CALL

III.  PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

IV.    REMINDER TO PUBLIC THAT MEETING IS RECORDED

V.      PUBLIC COMMENTS/CONCERNS (For items not on the agenda)

VI.    CONSENT AGENDA

A.     Approval of Claims to Mail Utility Bills and for Council Registration at MT Municipal Institute in the Amount of $332.35

B.     Approval of Claims Paid to Expedite Park Equipment Order in the Amount of $7989.98, and Due to Timeliness in the amount of $34,820.57 on 5/15/2018.

C.     Approval of Claims per List

D.     Approval of Fair Board Claims Paid due to Timeliness in the Amount of $19,289.72 (which includes re-issued 2016 High School Rodeo Payouts)

E.     Approval of Fair Board 2017 High School Rodeo Payouts (Cleared) in the Amount of $172.00

F.     Approval of Fair Board Claims per List

G.     Approval of Meeting Minutes from April 24, 2018

VII.  PUBLIC HEARINGS

A.     Second Reading of an Ordinance Establishing an Impact Fee Appeal Processing Fee, and Amendment to 3-6-17-A of the Three Forks Municipal Code

VIII.    REPORT OF OFFICERS

IX.    REPORTS OF COUNCIL COMMITTEES

X.      UNFINISHED BUSINESS

XI.    NEW BUSINESS

A.     Request by Three Forks Youth Task Force to Utilize Stevenson Park for the “Summer Rec” Program from June 4th to August 10th, 2018

B.     Rob Norman Discussion of Sewer Rates and Method of Calculation

C.     Proclamation Declaring May 16-23 “Deputy Mason Moore, #LoveWins” Week

XII.  PUBLIC COMMENTS/CONCERNS (For items not on the agenda)

XIII.    MAYOR & COUNCIL ANNOUNCEMENTS

XIV.  AGENDA ITEMS FOR NEXT COUNCIL MEETING: 6/12/2018

A.     Audit presentation by Rudd & Company

XV.     ADJOURNMENT

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May
9
4:15 PM16:15

Library Board Meeting

BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING AGENDA

THREE FORKS COMMUNITY LIBRARY

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

4:15pm

 

1.       Call meeting to order, additions to agenda, introduction of guests, correspondence

2.      Approval of April Minutes

3.      Budget and Director’s report

a.       MSC meeting

b.      Children’s Programs Support letter

c.       State Library Budget information

4.      Unfinished Business

a.        Children’s Wall (Proposed Action:  Anonymous vote)

b.      County  Budget (Proposed Action: Accept and Fawn sign)

c.       City Budget

d.      Carnival Costs

5.      New Business -

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May
7
5:30 PM17:30

Fair Board Meeting

Agenda

Three Forks Rodeo Arena Board of Directors Meeting

May 7th, 2018

TFRA Cook Shack, 5:30 p.m.

                                                        

Financials & Approval of Minutes

  1. Approval of last meeting minutes
  2. Presentation of Bills/Approval of TFRA Board Claims

Committee Reports

  1. Finance & Fundraising - Kelly & Gene

1.    Financial Reports

1.    Income & Expense

2.    Deposit & Investment Account Balances

3.    Budget vs. Actual

  1. Rodeo & Events - Casey & Adam

1.    HS Rodeo Recap

1.    Performance/Stock contractor

2.    Cook Shack

3.    Gate

4.    Vendors

5.    Need to complete an event sheet (as per bylaws)

1.    Ideas to improve attendance at HS Rodeo

1.    Drop Junior High Rodeo?; Add a jackpot barrel race or team roping?; Have two rodeos on one day and drop the other?; Look at a different date?

  1. Special Projects - Mike & Whobee

1.    RV Outlets

2.    Donation Box

3.    Soda Shack

4.    Truck fill station

  1. Master Plan - Gene & Casey

1.    Bleachers

2.    Internal Operations - Adam & Kelly

3.    Bylaws

1.    Discussion of bylaws updated from 2002 Draft

1.    Attorney, Clerk & CTW comments

1.    Labor Contracts

2.    Financial accounting process for NRA Rodeo

3.    Insurance Requirements for Building Rental

  1. Arena Operations - Whobee & Mike

New Business

  1. Discuss Agenda items for next meeting
  2. Meeting schedule for pre-rodeo prep

1.    6/4; 6/18; 7/2; 7/9

  1.  

Adjourn

  1. Next meeting June 4, 5:30 pm @ Cook Shack
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Spring Cleanup Dumpsters Available
May
5
8:00 AM08:00

Spring Cleanup Dumpsters Available

Dumpsters will be available near the rodeo grounds on Saturday, May 5th, 2018, from 8:00 a.m. until the 6 Bins are full, or 2:00 p.m., whichever is first. Residents may bring grass, leaves, tree limbs (cut to 4-foot lengths or less).

Please do not bring tires, appliances, or furniture.

This is a free service provided to you by

Republic Services

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