Belgrade cheers changes to liquor license laws

This is a huge step for the service sector in Belgrade – hoping to see some new inspired restaurants and bars enter the scene as a result of this change. Belgrade cheers changes to liquor license laws by Freddy Monares, staff writer Dec 21, 2017 Belgrade News A bill that passed during the special legislative.. read more →

Big Sky substation location, cost still pending

It’s refreshing to see NWE consider the GIS proposal – hoping that they decide in favor of that technology wherever they put the station. Big Sky substation location, cost still pending By Amanda Eggert EBS Senior Editor BIG SKY – Northwestern Energy, the publicly regulated utility company that supplies power to Big Sky, says two.. read more →

Happy Holidays, the economy is booming

I think what Brad Inman has to say here is pretty on par with my sentiments about the economy in general – especially in the greater Bozeman and Big Sky markets of Montana. Watch out for your uncle’s drunken holiday antics, but the economy is booming A special seasonal edition of The Inman Files by.. read more →

Selling Your Home During the Winter – Dave Ramsey

This column appeared in the Bozeman Daily Chronicle this weekend – sage advice for the winter months. I just had a home go pending with a backup after 1 day on the market at the start of December! Selling Your Home During the Winter – Dave Ramsey Thinking of selling your home sometime next year?.. read more →

FHFA Announces Conforming Loan Limits for 2018 – Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Baseline Limit Will Increase to $453,100

This announcement will be a boon to homebuyers looking to stay out of Jumbo loan territory. FHFA Announces Maximum Conforming Loan Limits for 2018 Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Baseline Limit Will Increase to $453,100 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 11/28/2017 Washington, D.C. – The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) today announced the maximum conforming loan limits.. read more →

Skiers react to cell tower at Bridger Bowl – KBZK

Still no cell service from this new tower, yet.  I see it as a huge plus for the Bridger Canyon area. Skiers react to cell tower at Bridger Bowl by Taylor Graham KTVM Posted: Nov 15, 2017 07:12 PM MST BOZEMAN, Mont. – As Bridger Bowl gears up for its earliest opening in nearly a.. read more →

Legislative special session could remedy city’s ongoing problem with liquor licenses |  belgrade-news.com

Legislative special session could remedy city’s ongoing problem with liquor licenses by Freddy Monares, staff writer Nov 16, 2017 The city of Belgrade might be getting a fix to keep liquor licenses within city limits sooner than officials think. The city has been meeting with a local government interim legislative committee to change a law.. read more →

Planners trim costs for Bozeman’s second high school

Planners trim costs for Bozeman’s second high school By Gail Schontzler Chronicle Staff Writer Nov 23, 2017 A pedestrian tunnel under Oak Street has been eliminated from the plans for Bozeman’s second high school, one of many changes made to cut construction costs by roughly $10 million. The school’s entryway façade will have less brick… read more →

Belgrade City Council approves boundary for TIF district | belgrade-news.com

As a note, the council approved the TIF district in their last meeting. Belgrade City Council approves boundary for TIF district by Freddy Monares, staff writer Nov 9, 2017 Belgrade City Council is moving ahead with a plan to revitalize the city’s downtown area. On Monday, the council unanimously gave preliminary approval to the adoption.. read more →

Belgrade City Council approves zoning change on split vote | Municipal | belgrade-news.com

Belgrade City Council approves zoning change on split vote Freddy Monares, staff writer, Belgrade News Nov 9, 2017 Belgrade City Council members in front of a packed crowd on Monday gave final approval on a three-two split vote to a controversial zoning change that will allow a developer to build 93 town homes in the.. read more →