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| January 5, 2023 12:00 AM

NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE On April 12, 2023 at 11:00 AM, on the front steps of the County Courthouse, 106 4th Avenue East, Polson, MT 59860, Brigham J. Lundberg, a member of the Montana State Bar, as successor trustee, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, the following described real property situated in Lake County, Montana, and described as follows: A portion of the SE1/4SE1/4 of Section 11, Township 18 North, Range 20 West, P.M.M., Lake County, Montana, further shown and described as Tract B on Certificate of Survey No. 6599, on file in the office of the Clerk and Recorder of Lake County, Montana. Parcel ID No.: 12398 which has the address of 59878 Lower Crossing Road, Saint Ignatius, MT 59865. Said sale will be made to satisfy the obligation secured by and pursuant to the power of sale conferred in the trust indenture/deed of trust (“Deed of Trust”) dated August 24, 2018 and executed by Debbie Bronson and Daniel R. Lutnes, as grantors (“Grantor”), to Lake County Abstract & Title Company, as trustee, in favor of Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as beneficiary, as nominee for 1st Alliance Lending, LLC, its successors and assigns, as beneficiary, and recorded on August 29, 2018 as Instrument No. 564566, official records of Lake County, Montana. The Deed of Trust was assigned for value to The Money Source Inc. (“Beneficiary”), the current beneficiary, by written instrument filed for record on May 19, 2022, as Instrument No. 598245, official records of Lake County, Montana. Brigham J. Lundberg (“Successor Trustee”) is the successor trustee of the Deed of Trust pursuant to an Appointment of Successor Trustee/Substitution of Trustee recorded on December 14, 2021 as Instrument No. 594519, official records of Lake County, Montana. Beneficiary has declared the grantors in default of the terms of the Deed of Trust and the promissory note (“Note”) secured by the Deed of Trust because of Grantors’ failure to timely pay all monthly installments of principal, interest, and, if applicable, escrow reserves for taxes and/or insurance as required by the Note and Deed of Trust. According to the Beneficiary, the obligation evidenced by the Note is now due for the December 1, 2019 installment payment. As of December 6, 2022, the amount necessary to satisfy this obligation was $244,943.92. This amount includes the outstanding principal balance of $192,847.63, plus accrued interest, accrued late charges, accrued escrow installments for insurance and/or taxes (if any), and advances for the protection of the beneficiary’s security interest (if any). Due to the default stated above, Beneficiary has elected, and has directed the Successor Trustee, to sell the above-described property to satisfy the obligation. The sale is a public sale and any person, including the beneficiary, excepting only the trustee, may bid at the sale. The bid price must be paid immediately upon the close of bidding in cash or cash equivalents (valid money orders, certified checks or cashier’s checks). The conveyance will be made by Trustee’s Deed without any representation or warranty, including warranties of title or possession, express or implied, as the sale is made strictly on an as-is, where-is basis, without limitation, the sale being made subject to all existing conditions, if any, of lead paint, mold or other environmental or health hazards. The sale is subject to bankruptcy filing, payoff, reinstatement, or other circumstance that affects the validity of the sale. If the sale is set aside or the trustee is unable to convey title for any reason, the successful bidder’;s sole and exclusive remedy shall be the return of funds paid to the successor trustee, and the successful bidder shall have no further recourse. The purchaser shall be entitled to possession of the property on the 10th day following the sale. The scheduled Trustee’s Sale may be postponed by public proclamation up to 15 days for any reason, and in the event of a bankruptcy filing or other court-ordered stay, the sale may be postponed by the trustee for up to 120 days by public proclamation at least every 30 days. The grantors, the successor- in-interest to the grantors, or any other person having an interest in the aforesaid property, at any time prior to the trustee’s sale, may pay to the present beneficiary the entire amount then due under the Deed of Trust and the obligation secured thereby (including costs and expenses actually incurred and attorney’s fees) other than such portion of the principal as would not then be due had no default occurred and thereby cure the default theretofore existing. This communication is from a debt collector. It is an attempt to collect a debt, and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. DATED: 12/7/2022 /S/ Brigham J. Lundberg Brigham J. Lundberg, Successor Trustee Lundberg & Associates, PC 3269 South Main Street, Suite 100, Salt Lake City, UT 84115 (801) 263-3400 Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Published on December 22nd, 29th 2022 & January 5th, 2023. MNAXLP __________________________

Jason Williams, Esq.  DATSOPOULOS, MacDONALD & LIND, P.C.  Central Square Building  201 West Main, Suite 201  Missoula, Montana 59802 (406) 728-0810  jwilliams@dmllaw.com, ssullivan@dmllaw.com  Attorneys for the Plaintiff  MONTANA TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT,  LAKE COUNTY  Cause No. DV 21-233 Nicole Hyman,  Plaintiff, DAVID R. PETERSON, WILLIAM A. PETERSON and LINDA C. PETERSON, THOMAS JOSEPH and SHIRLEY ANN KAVRAN,  RICHARD and CASEY MASSEY, MARY LARSON, THOMAS PUGH and all persons, known or unknown, claiming or who might  claim any right, title, estate, or interest in or lien or encumbrance upon the personal property described in the  Complaint below which is adverse to Plaintiff’s ownership or a cloud upon Plaintiff’s title thereto, whether such a claim or possible claim be present or contingent. Defendants.  SUMMONS The state of Montana sends greetings to all persons claiming any interest in or lien upon the real property described in this summons or any part of the real property, defendants:  YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear and defend the complaint of  NICOLE HYMAN, Plaintiff, filled with the clerk of this court, and to file your answer  and serve a copy thereof upon the Plaintiff’s attorneys, Jason A. Williams,,Datsopoulos,  MacDonald & Lind, P.C., 201 West Main, Suite 201, Missoula, Montana 59802 within 21 days after the date of service of this summons. In the case of your failure to appear  and defend the complaint of Nicole Hyman, judgment by default will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint.  1. This action is brought for the purpose of quieting title to land situated in Lake  County, Montana, Geocode No.: 15-3467-36-1-05-02-0000, and more particularly described as:  SILVER ROCK PINES, S36, T24, N, R21 W, Lot 002, LOT 2  WITNESS my hand and seal of seal Court, the 20th day of December, 2022. /S/ Lyn Fricker, Deputy Clerk Published on December 22nd, 29th, 2022 & January 5th, 2023. MNAXLP __________________________

Dept. No. 2 Cause No. DP 22-93 SHANE N. REELY, ESQ. GOODRICH & REELY, PLLC 2315 McDonald Avenue, Suite 200 Missoula, MT 59801 Telephone (406) 541-9700 Telefax (406) 541-9707 shane@goodrichreely.com Attorneys for the Personal Representative MONTANA TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT LAKE COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF BERNICE JANET SMITH, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed as Personal Representative of the abovenamed Estate. All persons having claims against the said deceased are required to present their claims within four (4) months after the date of the first publication of this Notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be mailed to TERRY LEE SMITH, the Personal Representative, return receipt requested, c/o Goodrich & Reely, PLLC, 2315 McDonald Avenue, Suite 200, Missoula, Montana 59801, or filed with the Clerk of the above entitled Court. DATED this 9th day of December, 2022. Terry Lee Smith Personal Representative GOODRICH & REELY, PLLC 2315 McDonald Avenue, Suite 200 Missoula, Montana 59801 Attorneys for the Personal Representative /s/ Shane N. Reely, Esq. Published on December 29th, 2022 January 5th & 12th, 2023. MNAXLP __________________________

PUBLIC HEARING: The Board of Lake County Commissioners will hold a public hearing on Monday, January 23, 2023 at 10:00 am in the Commissioners Chambers of the Lake County Courthouse located at 106 4th Avenue East, Polson, MT 59860 for the purpose of taking public comment on the resolution text listed below. If you would like to submit public comment on the resolution, you may submit it to lakecommissioners@lakemt.gov or by mail to Lake County Commissioners 106 4 th Avenue East, Polson, MT 59860. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the office at 406-883-7204. RESOLUTION 22-41 A RESOLUTION OF INTENTION TO CONTROL PEST INFESTATIONS; IDENTIFYING THE PROBLEM, PROVIDING FOR EMERGENT ACTION, PROVIDING FOR PROCESS, PROVIDING FOR DELEGATION OF THE POWER TO APPOINT, PROVIDING FOR CONTROL AND DIRECTION OF CONTROL EFFORTS, PROVIDING AND DEFINING A MISDEMEANOR TOGETHER WITH CIVIL PROCESS AND PENALTIES, AND PROVIDING FOR REIMBURSEMENT. WHEREAS, the production of high quality agricultural products and orchard fruits ready for interstate commerce are a continuing and important means of livelihood for many Lake County residents, and a continuing and important economic facet of Lake County; and, WHEREAS, the Flathead Lake Cherry Growers is a Montana association registered with the Secretary of State of Montana, hereinafter FLCG, as a common-interest trade alliance; and, WHEREAS, Lake County previously adopted Resolution 04-15, “Resolution for Emergency Pest Management Authority;” and, WHEREAS, Lake County previously adopted Resolution 05-26, authorizing and providing for certain pest-control related activities; and, WHEREAS, the FLCG have positively identified continuing infestations of Rhagoletis indifferans, the Western Cherry Fruit fly, within the Pest Control District consisting of all of Lake County, and especially in the Finley Point region of Lake County, in feral, abandoned, ‘tax orchards,’ and ‘backyard’ fruit trees; and, WHEREAS, the above-referenced infestation is attested by the Montana State University extension agent for Lake County; and, WHEREAS, the processes and funding set forth in the previous Resolutions above-referenced are inadequate to meet the identified need for control of the pest; and, WHEREAS, infestations of the pest so described into commercial orchards will have important negative impacts and should be prevented and mitigated; and, WHEREAS, the largest source of a threat of further infestation are the feral, abandoned, ‘tax orchards,’ and ‘backyard’ fruit trees above referenced; and, WHEREAS, Lake County, pursuant to Title 7, Chapter 5, Part 21 and Chapter 22, Part 23, desires herewith to ordain and implement a private-public partnership between Lake County and FLCG for the common purpose, and in the common interest, of controlling the said pest. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED: 1. That the foregoing recitals are not mere Recitals but are part and parcel of this Resolution. 2. Lake County’s power to appoint a suitable person to engage in pest control measures set forth in Section 7-22-2301, MCA, is delegated to the Flathead Lake Cherry Growers; subject, however, to the veto of the County in particular cases as the County might then see fit, and further subject to the terms hereof. 3. Upon a finding of pest infestation as further described herein, FLCG shall initially contract with such suitable person for pest control, with the understanding that Lake County shall reimburse such reasonable, certified contract rates. 4. Such appointee must adhere to any regulations and other guidance promulgated by the Montana Department of Agriculture regarding chemical composition and application relative to the control of pests. 5. Such appointed person in fulfillment of such person’s duties shall be cloaked and clothed in the authority of Lake County pursuant to Section 7-22-2304, MCA, specifically empowered to fly over or enter upon any farm, grounds, or premises infested with such insects pests and poison, kill, catch, and exterminate such pests therein. 6. A claim by an owner that a fruit tree or trees are grown and marketed for the “organic” or “non-GMO” markets is meaningless unless such owner can immediately produce an organic certification from a USDA-accredited certifier; in such case, such fruit tree or trees may be treated with organic-rated controls or at the option of the appointee any pest-chemicals approved for use by the Montana Department of Agriculture. 7. Process: investigation by county extension; all such confirmed reports constitute an emergency as defined at Section 10-3-103(8), MCA, meaning, the imminent threat of a disaster causing immediate peril to life or property that timely action can avert or minimize. 8. In the event of such emergency, FLCG and Lake County shall both be informed, and FLCG shall undertake the retention and instruction of the pest controller as set forth in Paragraph 2 hereof. 9. Such person must keep records, which will belong to Lake County: parcel, owners name, how many trees treated, what was used, any special notes, cost, collated by FLCG and subject to county review and inspection. 10. Pursuant to its authority under Section XXXXX, MCA, intentionally or negligently failing to control pest populations that represent a threat to commercial crops is hereby defined as a misdemeanor, subjecting the owners, agents, and occupants to a fine not to exceed $500 and jail not to exceed six months. A confirmed report of infestation shall be probable cause to believe that the owner, agent, or occupant of the land wherein such tree or trees are situate are in violation of the offense. 11. Landowners who suffer the existence of pests that represent a threat to commercial crops are subject to civil penalties, to include injunction, fines and fees, and so forth. 12. Lake County shall reimburse FLCG for the cost of appointments delegated it, and shall provide uniformed law enforcement support in such situations where it may prove necessary. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the Board of Lake County Commissioners will hold a public hearing on Monday, January 23, 2023 at 10:00 am in the Commissioners Chambers of the Lake County Courthouse, located at 106 4th Avenue East, Polson, MT 59860 on this Resolution of Intention. PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 23RD DAY OF November, 2022. /s/ Gale Decker, Chairman /s/ Steve Stanley, Member /s/ William D. Barron, Member Attest: /s/ Katie Harding, Clerk & Recorder Published on December 29th, 2022 & January 5th, 2023 MNAXLP __________________________

Notice for the 2023-2024 Ordinance 44D Proposed Non-Tribal Member Fishing, Bird Hunting and Recreation Regulations The Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes announce the availability of the March 1, 2023 to February 28, 2024 Flathead Indian Reservation Joint Tribal/State Fishing and Bird Hunting and Recreation Regulations and proposed changes. The Tribal Council welcomes comments from the public on these draft regulations. Public comment will be accepted via letter, mail to the Permit office located at 406 6th Ave. E, Polson, Mt 59860, via email to ( Amanda. Bourdon@cskt.org) or (stephanie.gillin@cskt.org ), All oral comments will be taken on Thursday, February 3rd , 2023 from 8am-5pm at the Permit Office. All comments are due no later than February 3rd , 2023. Proposed Changes for March 1, 2023 through February 28, 2024 Part Il 2023-24 RESERVATION LICENSING Section 2. Licenses Required. F. (2) Certain Tribal campgrounds may charge a separate fee without the requirements to possess a valid Conservation license and/or Flathead Reservation Camping license. (Notices posted on site) (i.e. Blue Bay Campground) Section 3. No License Is Required of a Non-Member When. A. Engaged in recreation activities (not including hunting or fishing) on fee status lands within the exterior boundaries of the reservation. (i.e. The Bison Range, Blue Bay Campground) Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes Natural Resources Department Division of Fish, Wildlife, Recreation & Conservation P.O. Box 278 Pablo, MT 59855 (406) 675-2700 extension 7241 PART III BIRD HUNTING Section 1. Standard Reservation-Wide Pheasant, Gray Partridge, Eurasian Collared dove and Migratory Waterfowl Hunting Regulations D. Shooting Hours: Shooting Hours on the Reservation are listed in the approved annual FLATHEAD INDIAN RESERVATION PHEASANTS, GRAY PARTRIDGE AND MIGRATORY WATERFOWL HUNTING SEASONS, SHOOTING HOURSAND LIMITS regulations booklet, published annually and available online and anywhere you can purchase your CSKT Bird Hunting License. Killing or taking of all migratory birds is regulated by the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. Pheasants, gray partridge, Eurasian Collared Doves, certain migratory waterfowl (ducks, mergansers, and geese) and coots are the only species which can be legally taken. However, hunting for these species is regulated by an annual regulations-setting process, so regulations may change between years. PART IV RECREATION REGULATIONS Section 1. Regulations of General Applications E. A metal fire ring must be used if present at campsites. No leaving campfires unattended. V. The use of fireworks at the Blue Bay Grounds is prohibited. except in the day use area on the fourth of July. Section 2. Restricted Areas D. The Ferry Basin Wildlife Management Unit’s Tribally owned lands are closed to all recreational access and use by nonmembers of the Tribes from January 1 – May 15 of each year to minimize disturbance to big game on critical and calving ranges (with the exception of allowing fishing access to the shoreline of Flathead River). The Ferry Basin Wildlife Management Unit is described as lands within: Starting at a point beginning at Sloan’s Bridge, then west on the RonanHot Springs Road, until the Schmidt Lookout Road, then west on the Schmidt Lookout Road to Highway 382, then south on Highway 382 to the Flathead River, then east and north along the east or south bank of the Flathead River to Sloan’s Bridge, the point of origin. The Islands along the Flathead River, along the southern border are within the Ferry Basin Management Unit, therefore, a Ferry basin bull permit is required. Private landowners within the Unit may allow elk hunting on their property. Section 4. Mission Mountains Tribal Wilderness Regulations D. (2) The use of any motorized or mechanical vehicles or devices such as chainsaws, motorcycles, electric bicycles or mountain bicycles. (12) The removal of any natural material from the wilderness which includes no berry or mushroom picking. Section 6. Off-Road Motorized Vehicle Use, Motorcycles, ATVs, Snowmobiles, and Electric Bicycles. Section 7. Boating and Water Sports B. (5) Water skiing or the use of jet propelled personal watercraft (including jet skis and wave runners) on all bodies of water except Flathead Lake. No Jetpropelled personal watercraft allowed on Blue Bay property or within the buoys. Section 9. Blue Bay Campground Special Regulations A. All vehicles must fill out a vehicle use permit registration envelope, including members of the CSKT and the general public. B. Alcohol and illegal drugs are prohibited in all areas of the campgrounds. C. No Firearms or Fireworks are allowed on Blue Bay grounds. D. No Jet Skis/ATVs in the Bay or on the grounds. E. No draining of grey water in the campground. F. Checkout time for campers is 2 pm unless registered for the night. G. Quite hours are from 10 pm to 7 am. Campground gate is closed during quiet hours. No vehicle entry, walk in only. H. This campground is first comefirst serve, no reservations. I. Camps must be occupied nightly or your belongings will be removed. Keep a clean camp during your stay. You are required to clean the site before leaving. J. Be “Bear Aware” All food/ coolers and attractants must be in a vehicles or hard sided camper whenever someone is not present or while sleeping. K. Camping is allowed for no more than 10 consecutive days at a time, and then you must wait 7 days to return. L. No campers under the age of 18 without adult supervision. M. Camps in electric sites will be charged the full service rate. N. Do not cut any vegetation andor trees. Firewood for campfires is available for designated campground areas. Do not leave campfires unattended. O. Pets may not be left unattended and must be on leash at all time, see our Pet Policy. P. No lifeguard on duty, swim at own risk. No one allowed under the age of 14 can swim without adult supervision. Do not swim or play on or around boat ramp docks. PART V HUNTING AND TRAPPING A. The entire Reservation is closed to hunting or taking, or attempting to hunt or take furbearers and any other speciesof animal other than fish, Gray (Hungarian) Partridge, pheasants, ducks, geese, mergansers and coots. If a Northern gray wolf, mountain lion, or black bear are caught in the act of pursuing, injuring or harassing livestock, pets or humans, they may be shot in defense of property or self. In the case of such actions that a gray wolf, mountain lion or black bear is shot, resident or landowner is required to report the take to the Tribal Fish and Game Conservation Program within 12 hours of the incident. The Tribal Fish and Game Conservation Program and the Tribal Wildlife Management Program will investigate the incident to determine the status as legal taking. As part of this investigation, any wolf, mountain lion and black bear carcasses or any parts thereof remain the property of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes. Q. Speed limit for everyone is 10mph. Drive safe and slow or you will be removed from the grounds. R. In order to qualify for the free rate for a CSKT member (basic camping) or a CSKT elder (full-service Camping). The Member or Elder must be staying at the site that they originally signed up for. If the CSKT member does not stay at the campsite for which the fee was waived, the current occupant of the campsite, if not a CSKT Member will be charged the nonmember rates. As well as if a CSKT member is using a full service site, they will be charged accordingly. S. The Blue Bay staff and Law Enforcement officials are authorized to immediately remove a person or persons that violate the rules. Furthermore, if deemed necessary for the safety of the public and staff you can be permanently removed from Blue Bay. Any violence or threatening acts toward staff or the public will result in permanent removal from the grounds. If you cause property damage or are a nuisance to other users future loss of privileges to enter and use Blue Bay grounds may result from those regulation violations. General Information BEAR SAFETY AND AWARENESS Both black and grizzly bears are present on the Flathead Reservation. The majority of human-bear conflicts involve bears protecting their young or a food source. Many of these encounters can be avoided by following a few simple Bear Safe practices: Stay alert while recreating and look for bear activity, especially where visibility or hearing is limited (woods, brushy areas, streams) Travel in a group and keep members together (especially kids) Keep pets on a leash while on the trail Make noise whenever possible to avoid surprising a bear, especially where visibility or hearing is limited Carry bear spray close at hand, and know how to use it Avoid traveling at night, dawn or dusk Avoid carcass sites and scavenger concentrations Never feed wildlife, especially bears. Bears that become food conditioned lose their natural foraging behavior and pose a threatto human safety. It is unlawful to feed bears in Montana and the Flathead Reservation. Loud noises, such as banging pots and pans, using an air horn or car alarm, or shouting is a simple, effective short-term way to deter a bear on private property. Securing common, household attractants will reduce household conflicts. Properly secure garbage, pet food, bird feeders, small livestock and pets. Published on January 5th, 2023. MNAXLP __________________________

Cause No: DP 22-88 Don C. St. Peter St. Peter Law Offices, p.c. 2620 Radio Way p.o. Box 17255 Missoula, MT 59808 Telephone: (406) 728-8282 Facsimile: (406) 728-8141 Attorney for Personal Representative MONTANA TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT LAKE COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF GEORGE SALOVICH, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed as Personal Representative of the above-named estate. All persons having claims against the said estate are required to present their claim within four (4) months after the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be mailed to Mitchell Salovich, return receipt requested, at St. Peter Law Offices, P.C., 2620 Radio Way, P.0. Box 17255, Missoula, MT 59808, or filed with the Clerk of the above-entitled Court. I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true, accurate and complete to the best of my knowledge and belief. DATED this 21st day of November, 2022. //s// Mitchell Salovich, Personal Representative DATED this19th day of November, 2022. ST. PETER LAW OFFICES, P.C. //s// Don C. St. Peter Published on January 5th, 12th, 19th, 2023. MNAXLP __________________________

NOTICE The Montana Department of Revenue, Alcoholic Beverage Control Division, announces the availability of one (1) new original Montana Retail On-Premises Consumption Beer License for the Ronan quota area as the result of the most recent population census. The available Montana Retail On-Premises Consumption Beer License for the Ronan quota area may be located within the corporate limits of Ronan or within 5 miles of Ronan’s corporate limits but not further than the boundary that separates Ronan from Polson. A map of the Ronan quota area can be located at mtrevenue.gov. This license is not eligible to offer gambling under Title 23, chapter 5, part 3, 5, or 6. To enter the competitive bidding process, the individual or business entity must complete and submit electronically a competitive bid form with an irrevocable letter of credit that meets the requirements outlined in the terms and conditions. The competitive bid form and terms and conditions can be found at mtrevenue.gov. The minimum bid for this license is set at $4,125. The competitive bidding process closes on February 9, 2023, at midnight Mountain Standard Time. The highest successful bidder will be notified by the department. The successful bidder must submit an application for licensure within 60 days. Questions? Contact (406) 444-6900 Published on January 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th, 2023. MNAXLP __________________________

NOTICE The Montana Department of Revenue, Alcoholic Beverage Control Division, announces the availability of one (1) new original Montana Retail On-Premises Consumption Beer License for the Polson quota area as the result of a last available beer license. The available Montana Retail On-Premises Consumption Beer License for the Polson quota area may be located within the corporate limits of Polson or within 5 miles of Polson’s corporate limits but not further than the boundary that separates Polson from Ronan. A map of the Polson quota area can be located at mtrevenue.gov. This license is not eligible to offer gambling under Title 23, chapter 5, part 3, 5, or 6. To enter the competitive bidding process, the individual or business entity must complete and submit electronically a competitive bid form with an irrevocable letter of credit that meets the requirements outlined in the terms and conditions. The competitive bid form and terms and conditions can be found at mtrevenue.gov. The minimum bid for this license is set at $4,125. The competitive bidding process closes on February 9, 2023, at midnight Mountain Standard Time. The highest successful bidder will be notified by the department. The successful bidder must submit an application for licensure within 60 days. Questions? Contact (406) 444-6900 Published on January 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th, 2023. MNAXLP __________________________

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