Belgrade residents have a choice to either pay the same price of roughly $567,000 for fire-ambulance service or form a $3.3 million city-owned fire department.
What started out as a pipe dream is one step closer to a reality now that the Montana Department of Transportation issued a release Tuesday calling for an underpass to burrow under the railroad tracks to ease traffic woes at the Jackrabbit Lane-Main Street intersection.
Editor’s note: The following was a packet item for the Nov. 18 Belgrade City Council meeting. The piece explains the history and current affairs between the City of Belgrade and Central Valley Fire District. I opted to print it for the second time in its entirety. It’s important. Please read it.
The city of Belgrade and Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport began negotiating a new lease and utility contract, but the document won’t be finalized until after bids for expansion of the city’s sewer treatment plant come in later this spring, officials for both entities agree.