This spring, Belgrade residents will 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.
The Belgrade City Council gave the green light Monday for a two-story building with commercial on the bottom and apartments on the top to be built downtown.
The last time floodwaters made their way into the city limits of Three Forks was in 1948, when an ice jam caused water to divert through a railroad viaduct that no longer exists on the west side of town.
The Belgrade City Council unanimously approved preliminary plat for a 134-lot subdivision on the west side of Bolinger Road Monday.
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 in its entirity. It’s important. Please read it.
Broadwater County commissioners on Monday approved the formation of an economic development district that soon will be home to a 4,500-seat amphitheater and brewery just west of Three Forks, despite the concerns expressed about the project by various officials on the east side of the county line.