Legals July 25, 2019

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Notice of Public Hearing Notice is hereby given that the Polson City-County Planning Board will on Tuesday, the 13th day of August, 2019, at 6:00 p.m. in the Polson City Hall, 106 1st Street East, Polson, Montana, hold a public hearing for consideration and recommendation to the Polson City Commission of proposed text amendments to Chapter 6, Article 2 (Zoning Districts) and Chapter 6, Article 6 (Subdivision Regulations) of the Polson Development Code (PDC) which includes zoning and subdivision regulations that will apply to all land within the municipal boundaries of the City of Polson, Montana. One of three such changes are made in accordance with the recent changes in Montana Law enacted by the Montana Legislature 2019. The Polson City-County Planning Board will take public comments on and review the proposed PDC text amendments. This public notice is made pursuant to 76-3-503 MCA. Contact the City of Polson Planner at 106 1st Street East, Polson, Montana 59860; by email at cityplanner@cityofpolson.com; or call 406-883-8213 to obtain further information. Contact the Polson City Clerk at Polson City Hall, 106 1st Street East, Polson, Montana, 59860; by email at cityclerk@cityofpolson.com; or call 406-883-8203 to request an accommodation. Dated at Polson, Montana this 17th day of July, 2019. Cora Pritt Polson City Clerk Polson, MT Published on July 25, 2019, August 1, 2019, and August 8, 2019. MNAXLP

Montana Twentieth Judicial District Court Lake County In the Matter of the Name Change of Carmel Jane Couture: Carmel Jane Couture, Petitioner Cause No.: DV-19-109 Dept. No.: 2002 Notice of Hearing on Name Change This is notice that Petitioner has asked the District Court for a change of name from Carmel Jane Couture to Carmel Jane Barber. The hearing will be on 08/15/19 at 10:00 a.m. The hearing will be at the Couthouse in Lake County. Date: 6/11/19 /s/ Lyn Fricker Clerk of District Court By: Deputy Clerk of Court Published on July 11, 2019, July 18, 2019, July 25, 2019, and August 1, 2019. MNAXLP

Initial Proposal Big Arm State Park Permanent Easement 7/10/19 The Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC) and Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks (FWP), jointly propose the purchase of a permanent easement by FWP on the School Trustlands currently leased for Big Arm State Park on Flathead Lake in Lake County: Sections 29 and 32, T24N R21W. The objective of this proposal is to perpetuate public access and recreation on Flathead Lake at the Big Arm State Park site and to generate revenue in support of education in Montana. The area to be analyzed will include 236 acres of School Trust lands. The DNRC and FWP is in the scoping phase of the project environmental assessment so acreage estimates are preliminary. In preparation for this project, specialists such archeologists will be consulted. The Montana DNRC and FWP invites written comments and suggestions concerning this proposal. Please respond by 7/24/19 to: Department of Natural Resources and Conservation Attn: David M. Poukish Kalispell Unit Manager 655 Timberwolf Parkway, Suite 2 Kalispell, MT 59901 dpoukish@mt.gov (406)751-2263 Or David Landstrom Region 1 Park Manager 490 North Meridian Road Kalispell, MT 59901 dlandstrom@mt.gov (406)-751-4574 Published on July 18, 2019, and July 25, 2019. MNAXLP

The Board of Lake County Commissioners will hold a public hearing on Thursday August 29, 2019 at 1:30 pm in the Large Conference Room on the 3rd floor of the Lake County Courthouse, 106 4th Avenue East, Polson, MT 59860, for the purpose of taking public comment on the resolution listed below. If you are unable to attend the meeting and would like to submit written comment, feel free to do so by mail to Lake County Commissioners, 106 4th Avenue East, Polson, MT 59860 or by email to lakecommissioners@lakemt.gov Resolution of Intention 19-20 WHEREAS, The board of County Commissioners has jurisdiction and power, under such limitations and restrictions as are prescribed by law, to represent the county and have the care of the county property and the management of the business and concerns of the county in all cases where no other provision is made by law under MCA 7-5-2101, and; WHEREAS, Lake County is subject to the provisions of Public Law 280, which provides that the County is responsible for felonies committed by members of Federally recognized tribes, and; WHEREAS, The County has reached out to the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes to determine if they will exercise their right under MCA 2-1-306 (2) to withdraw from Public Law 280 and have so far received no indication, and; WHEREAS, Lake County is presently suffering from a great expansion of criminal cases, driven primarily by the illegal use of methamphetamine, and; WHEREAS, the County has limited space for incarceration of those who commit crimes in the County, and; WHEREAS, Lake County is under a court order limiting the number of people who can be incarcerated in the Lake County Detention Center, and; WHEREAS, As a result of that limitation, criminals are being released into the community because of a lack of space to detain them, and; WHEREAS, while an overrepresented number of those criminals are tribal members, the County is responsible to provide due process for criminal matters with no compensation from either the Federal Government or from the Tribes, and; WHEREAS, the County is obligated by statute to provide adequate office space, courtroom, and other space for District Court operations per MCA 3-1-125, and; WHEREAS, due to an increase in the number of criminal cases, additional office and courtroom spaces are needed, and; WHEREAS, court operation has changed by incorporating a drug court, and pretrial supervision services and assessment, all of which require additional space for efficient and effective operation, and; WHEREAS, the County Commissioners have attempted to balance the needs for adequate protection of the people in Lake County with the fiscal impacts of raising taxes to meet the needs above and; WHEREAS, that having exhausted all other options, the County Commissioner must consider a mil levy to provide for a second courtroom associated space and determine the best way to provide additional detention, correction and compliance facilities through either purchase, remodeling or leasing of additional space to meet the needs of the public safety, and; WHEREAS, interest rates are presently at a low level reducing the costs to the County for the repayment of any mil levy, and; WHEREAS, the Commissioners will consider placing a mil levy request amounting to $15 million dollars to address these needs before the voters of Lake County to seek their approval to address these problems. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Lake County Commissioners will take public comment on this Resolution of Intention for a period of 45 days to conclude on Thursday, August 29, 2019 with a public meeting at 1:30 pm in the Large Conference Room in the Lake County Courthouse, 106 4th Avenue East, Polson, MT. following the hearing, the Board of Commissioners will either vote to adopt, or abandon the Resolution or extend the public comment period. Comment may be mailed to 106 4th Avenue East, Polson MT 59860 or via email to lakecommissioners@lakemt.gov PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 15th Day of July 2019. /s/ Gale Decker, Chairman /s/ Dave Stipe, Member Unavailable for signature William D. Barron, Member Attest: /s/ Paula A. Holle, Clerk & Recorder Published on July 18, 2019, July 25, 2019, August 8, 2019, and August 15, 2019. MNAXLP

LEGAL NOTICE On Wednesday, August 14, 2019 at 3:30 pm, the Lake County Board of Adjustment will hold a public hearing in the Office of the Lake County Commissioners, Room 211 of the Lake County Courthouse on the following items: CARTE/GULL VARIANCE APPEAL Judy Carte and Bette Gull are appealing conditions of a 2006 Lake County Board of Adjustment variance approval. In part, conditions of the variance approval restricted Tracts 1 & 2 to what already existed, and restricted proposed Tracts 4 & 5 to no future development unless Tract 2 removed its existing development and transferred its development rights. The approval was based on the Lake County Density Map and Regulations which have been repealed and are now advisory. If the appeal is approved, restrictions on Tracts 4 & 5 would be removed without taking away the existing development on Tract 2. The subject properties are described as Tracts 2, 4 & 5 of COS 6473, located within S4, T23N, R20W. CARLSON VARIANCE REQUEST Donald M. & Nikki M. Carlson are requesting a variance to the Upper West Shore Zoning Regulations for the placement of a storage shed structure within the side property line setback. The 0.083-acre property is located at 21193 Rollins Lakeshore Drive and is legally described as a portion of Government Lot 2, S20, T25N, R20W and further described on H-532. HARDY CONDITIONAL USE REQUEST Nicholas Cole of NC Design Studio, on behalf of Angela & Stephen Hardy, is requesting conditional use approval to allow impervious surface areas covering between 30 and 49 percent of the buildable area of the lot associated with construction of a new single family residence. The property is currently +/-0.64 acres in size and will be increased to +/-0.88 acres following a boundary adjustment with the neighboring property to the south and is located at 29852 Westside Drive North in the Finley Point Zoning District, Sub-Unit D, and is legally described as a tract of land in Lot 8 of Mellett Point, located in Section 6 of T23N, R19W. Information regarding the agenda items is available at the Lake County Planning Dept, Rm 315 of the Lake County Courthouse. Written comments received by August 5, 2019 will be included in the staff report to the Board. All written and verbal comments are welcome and will be forwarded to the Board for their consideration. Comments received after August 5 will be provided to the Board at the meeting, which may not provide sufficient time for review of the comment. Comments may be mailed to Lake County Planning Dept, 106 4th Ave E, Polson, MT 59860 or faxed: 406-883-7205 or e-mailed: planning@lakemt.gov Published on July 25, 2019. MNAXLP

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