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Legals for March, 23 2023

| March 23, 2023 12:00 AM

Notice of Close of Regular Voter Registration and Option for Late Registration Notice is hereby given that regular* registration for all School Trustee Elections, Polson Elementary and High School District #23 Bond Elections, Arlee Rural Fire District, and Chief Cliff Fire Service Area Elections to be held on May 2, 2023, will close at 5:00 pm, on April 3, 2023.  *NOTE: If you miss the regular registration deadline, you may still register for the election by appearing in person at the county election office up to and including Election Day. Voters in School District #73 must register at the Lake County Election Office and bring proof of registration to their school clerk to be issued a ballot. Voters in School District #7J or #8J who do not reside in Lake County must register in Sanders or Missoula County accordingly and appear in person at the Lake County Election Office to be issued a ballot. All active and inactive electors who reside in the above-mentioned districts or a school district (that triggers an election) are entitled to vote at said election. Inactive electors may reactivate by contacting the county election office. If a voter does not reside in but owns land in either the Arlee Rural Fire District or the Chief Cliff Fire Service Area, they may present proof of payment of taxes on the land to the election office to receive a ballot. Ballots will be automatically mailed on April 14 th to active status electors only. If you are a registered voter and do not receive a ballot, contact the county election office to update your information as necessary and receive a ballot. Persons who wish to register and who are not presently registered may do so by requesting a registration form in person at the county election office located at 106 4th Ave E, Rm 121, Polson, MT 59860, by mail, or you may print an application from https://sosmt.gov/elections/forms and return it to the election office. If you have moved, please update your registration information by filling out a new voter registration application and submitting it to the county election office. DATED this 3rd day of March 2023. /s/ Toni Kramer Election Administrator Lake County, Montana Published on March 9th, 16th & 23rd, 2023. MNAXLP __________________________

Case No.: DV-22-222 Lewis N. Stoddard, Bar No. 60723896 Halliday, Watkins & Mann, P.C. 300 W. Main Street, Suite 150 Boise, ID 83702 Phone: 801-355-2886 Facsimile: 801-328-9714 Email: lewis@hwmlawfirm.com Attorney for Plaintiff | HWM File No. MT11597 MONTANA TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT LAKE COUNTY SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION Lakeview Loan Servicing, LLC, Plaintiff, v. Unknown Heirs and Devisees of the Estate of William T. Johnson; First Plus Financial Inc., dba First Plus Direct; and Unknown Parties in possession of or with an interest in the real property commonly known as: 941 Sabine Rd, St Ignatius, MT 59865, Defendants. To: Unknown Heirs and Devisees of the Estate of William T. Johnson and Unknown Parties in possession of or with an interest in the real property commonly known as: 941 Sabine Rd, St Ignatius, MT 59865 A lawsuit has been filed against you for amongst other things, foreclosure of real property located in the County of Lake, State of Montana. The real property has an address of 941 Sabine Rd, St Ignatius, MT 59865 and is more particularly described as follows: A portion of the Northwest one-quarter and Northeast one-quarter of Section 15, Township 18 North, Range 20 West, Principal Meridian, Montana, Lake County, Montana, further shown and described as being Tract 1 on Subdivision Plat No. 75, on the file and of record in the Office of the Clerk and Recorder of Lake County, Montana. More correctly described as: A portion of the Northwest one-quarter and Northeast one-quarter (NW1/4NE1/4) of Section 15, Township 18 North, Range 20 West, P.M.M., Lake County Montana, more particularly described as Tract 1 on Subdivision Plat No. 75, on file and of record in the Office of the Clerk and Recorder of Lake County, Montana. Within 21 days after service of this summons on you or (42 days if you are the State of Montana, a state agency, or a state officer or employee, or 60 days if you are the United States of America, or federal agency), you must serve on the plaintiff an answer to the attached complaint or a motion under Rule 12 of the Montana Rules of Civil Procedure. Do not include the day you were served in your calculation of time. The answer or motion must be served on the plaintiff or plaintiff`s attorney, if plaintiff is represented by an attorney, whose name and address are listed above. If you fail to respond, judgment by default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. You also must file your answer or motion with the court. Date: February 22, 2023 /s/ CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT Published on March 16th, 23rd & 30th, 2023. MNAXLP __________________________

INVITATION FOR BIDS Bids on the following projects will be received by the Montana Department of Transportation, Construction Contracting Bureau, until 9:00 a.m. on April 6, 2023. All bids will then be reviewed for correctness and then publicly read in the Department’s assigned room. 102 SWAN LAKE STPP 83-2(25)71 The Swan Lake project is located in Lake County on Highway 83 (P-83) from RP 70.5 to 77.6. The project will include an asphalt mill and overlay, seal and cover, and fog seal. In addition, new pavement markings, signing, delineation, sinusoidal rumble strips, and guardrail upgrades will be included. Bid proposals, plans, cross-sections, dirt runs & erosion control plans, if available, and full instructions to bidders may be obtained from the Construction Contracting Bureau’s website: http://www.mdt.mt.gov/business/contracting under the “Bid Package” link. Additional bid letting information is also available on this website. Any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement is subject to all appropriate state and federal civil rights laws. The prime and subcontractors are required to pay the wage rates set out in the bid proposal. MDT will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin or sex in the award, performance or administration of any MDT contract or in the administration of its DBE program (49 CFR Part 26). MDT attempts to provide reasonable accommodations for any known disability that may interfere with a person participating in any service, program or activity of the department. Alternate accessible formats of this document will be provided upon request. If reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in MDT bid lettings, call the Civil Rights Bureau at 444-6331 or TTY 406-444-7696 [TTY 1-800-335-7592 (toll free)]. MONTANA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Loran Frazier, Chairperson Montana Transportation Commission Malcolm “Mack” Long Director of Transportation Published on March 16th & 23rd, 2023. MNAXLP __________________________

INVITATION TO BIDDERS  Bank Building Renovations  To: Prospective Bidders  The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Maintenance Department is accepting sealed bid proposals from qualified professional firms to furnish all materials and necessary equipment and perform all required work necessary at the Bank Building Renovations. This work must be performed as specified with the specifications contained in the Tribal Maintenance Department Request for Proposals (RFP).  Sealed proposals endorsed “Bank Building Renovations” will be received at the office of the Tribal Maintenance Department, 35927 Vanderburg Loop, Pablo, MT 59855 until 4:30 PM Thursday, March 30, 2023 after which time bids will be opened and read.  Bidders will be required to attend a mandatory pre-bid meeting on Tuesday, March 21, 2023 at 9:00 AM at the Old Glacier Bank Drive-Thru Building, 36042 Major Houle Road, Ronan, MT. Bidders must register for the pre-bid meeting by 9:10 AM on March 21, 2023 by signing the pre-bid registry at the 36042 Major Houle Road, Ronan, Montana.  ** *Review the ‘INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS’ thoroughly. Provide ALL the requested information/forms as required and submit with the proposal.  Bidders can contact Don Cline for any questions at 406-250-4058.  Respectfully,  /S/ Don Cline CS&KT Construction Superintendent  Enclosure: Scope of Work  Published on March 23rd, 2023 MNAXLP __________________________

Notice of Public Hearing Notice is hereby given that the Polson City-County Planning Board will on Tuesday, the 11th day of April, 2023, at 6:00 p.m. in the Polson City Hall, 106 1st Street East, Polson, Montana, hold a public hearing for the purpose of a special use permit. Hu Beaver on behalf of Jody Seifert of P.O. Box 1248, Polson, MT is proposing multiple-family dwelling unit with 6 units within the Medium Residential Zoning Density (MRZD). All multiple-family dwellings with 5 to 8 units per structure within the MRZD require a special use permit. The subject property is located at 205 10th Avenue West and legally described as Lots 3-4, Block 16 of the Lewis Addition. The Polson City-County Planning Board will take public testimony and review the proposal under the terms of the Polson Development Code. Following the public hearing, the public comments, report and recommendation and findings of the Board will be forwarded to the City Commission for the next available meeting. A copy of the application materials is available for public review at Polson City Hall during regular business hours. Public comment is encouraged. Contact the City of Polson Community Development Director at 106 1st Street East, Polson, Montana 59860; by email at cityplanner@cityofpolson.com; or call 406-883-8213 to obtain further information. The application is available for review at City Hall. 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 16th day of March, 2023. Cora Pritt Polson City Clerk Polson, MT Published on March 23rd, 2023 MNAXLP __________________________

Notice of Public Hearing Notice is hereby given that the Polson City-County Planning Board will on Tuesday, the 11th day of April, 2023, at 6:00 p.m. in the Polson City Hall, 106 1st Street East, Polson, Montana, hold a public hearing for the purpose of a proposed zoning text amendment (zone change). The purpose and intent of the proposed zoning text amendment is to increase the potential number of housing units within the City of Polson by amending the Polson Development Code to allow for two-family dwellings or duplexes within the Low Density Residential Zoning District (LRZD). Currently, two-family dwellings are prohibited within the LRZD. A map of the LRZD can be found on the City of Polson website: https://www.cityofpolson.com/planning/page/zoning-districts-map. The Polson City-County Planning Board will take public testimony and review the proposed zone change. The Board will forward a recommendation to the Polson City Commission for the next available meeting. A copy of the application materials is available for public review at Polson City Hall during regular business hours. Public comment is encouraged. Contact the City of Polson Community Development Director at 106 1st Street East, Polson, Montana 59860; by email at cityplanner@cityofpolson.com; or call 406-883-8213 to obtain further information. The application is available for review at City Hall. 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 16th day of March, 2023. Cora Pritt Polson City Clerk Polson, MT Published on March 23rd, 2023. MNAXLP __________________________

Legal Notice- The Board of Lake County Commissioners will hold two public hearings on a proposed resolution, Conforming Precinct Boundaries to Legislative District Boundaries, following the adoption of the 2023 Legislative Districting Plan under Article V Section 14 of the Montana Constitution. On February 18, 2023, the Montana Districting Apportionment Commission adopted the final Legislative Districting Plan and filed it with the Montana Secretary of State on February 22, 2023. MCA § 13-3-102(1) requires that precinct boundaries conform to legislative boundaries following the adoption of a districting and apportionment plan under Article V, Section 14, of the Montana Constitution within 45 days of the filing of the final plan, which is April 7, 2023. A map of Lake County showing the precincts has been completed after the 2023 final Legislative Districting Plan was filed. This map is on file for review at the Lake County Commissioners’ office or on our website at www.lakemt.gov under the Commissioners tab. If you would like to make comment on the proposed changes in precinct boundaries, you may appear at either public hearing, on March 27, 2023, at 1:30 pm in the Commissioners Chambers located at 106 4th Avenue East, Polson MT 59860 room 211, or on Monday, April 3, 2023, at 11:00 am, same location. The Commission anticipates passing a resolution adopting the precinct boundaries revised as a part of the Legislative Districting Plan. If you cannot attend either hearing and wish to submit public comment, you may do so by email to lakecommissioners@lakemt.gov or by phone to 406-883-7204. Published on March 23rd & 30th, 2023. MNAXLP __________________________

PUBLIC NOTICE The Board of Lake County Commissioners Proceedings for the period of January 1, 2023, through February 28, 2023, are available for public review in the Courthouse at the Clerk & Recorders Office. Individual requests for personal copies will be accepted by the Clerk & Recorder at her office in the Lake County Courthouse. /s/ Gale Decker, Chairman Published on March 23rd, 2023. MNAXLP __________________________

LEGAL NOTICE On Wednesday, April 12, 2023, at 3:30 pm, the Lake County Board of Adjustment will hold a public hearing in the large conference room (Room 316) of the Lake County Courthouse. The options for attendance are through ZOOM* or in person. The hearing will include the following items: INTERNATIONAL RV, LLC – VERTICAL BRIDGE CONDITIONAL USE AND VARIANCE REQUESTS Ben Marcus, agent, on behalf of International RV, LLC, is requesting two variance approvals to allow for a structure to be greater than 30 feet in height and for location of a community conditional use not to be within 500 feet of the centerline of MT HWY 35, as well as a conditional use approval to allow for new wireless communications facility as community commercial use within the Finley Point Zoning District, sub-unit F. The requests are associated with the construction of a wireless communications tower. The +/-22.297-acre subject property is located along MT HWY 35 within the Finley Point Zoning District and is legally described as SE4SE4 of section 21, T23N, R19W, except those lands lying within the right of way of State Highway 35, together with all utility, sewage, water, and facilities associated with the campgrounds, together with and subject to all easements, reservations, restrictions, rights of way, and covenants apparent or of record and pertaining to COS 3335. J&M CONDITIONAL USE Dan Jensen, on behalf of J & M Family LLC, is requesting a conditional use approval to allow for a guest house with more than 1,000 square feet of living area in the Finley Point Zoning District, sub-district D, Finley Point Lakeshore. The conditional use request is in association with the construction of a guest house with an attached garage and hard surfaced driveway. The 4.01-acre parcel is located at 31113 Finley Point Lane and is legally described as Tract in Govt Lot 8, located in section 7, T23N, R19W. WILLIAMS VARIANCE REQUEST Terry Williams is requesting a variance to allow for the construction of an addition to an existing single-family residence within the 50-foot vegetative buffer zone located in the Finley Point Zoning District, Sub-Unit D, Finley Point Lakeshore. The variance is in association with the remodeling of an existing residence. The +/- 3.0-acre subject property is legally described as Friendship Villas, lot 002, section 7, T23N, R19W. Information regarding the agenda items is available from the Lake County Planning Dept. Written comments received by April 3, 2023 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 April 3 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. Please note: If you would like to attend the public hearing via ZOOM, please contact the Planning Department at the email above or at (406) 883-7235 prior to the meeting to receive instructions regarding how to attend the meeting virtually. Published on March 23rd, 2023. MNAXLP __________________________

LEGAL NOTICE On Wednesday, April 12, 2023, at 7:00 pm, the Lake County Planning Board will hold a public hearing in the large conference room (Room 316) of the Lake County Courthouse. The options for attendance are through ZOOM* or in person. The hearing will include the following items: MISSION PEAKS BUSINESS CENTER SUBDIVISION AMENDMENT Carstens & Associates, on behalf of Jack Nordberg of 406 Development, LLC, is proposing to amend the subdivision conditions of approval, and phasing plan for Mission Peaks Business Center. The proposed amendments will remove the need for water and sewer infrastructure and the caretaker resident on site. The property is legally described as W2NW4, section 36, T22N, R20W. The Planning Board will review the proposed subdivision and make a recommendation for denial, approval, or approval with conditions to the Board of County Commissioners. VALLEY VIEW HOMESITES MAJOR SUBDIVISION Marc Carstens, on behalf of Kenton Ranches, LLC, has proposed a major subdivision in three phases to create seventeen lots to be used for single-family residential purpose. The property is located 4 miles south of Polson along Forman Road and is approximately 0.5 mile west of Highway 354. The division would allow each lot to be developed with a single-family residence with individual drain fields, wastewater systems, and individual and shared wells. The property is legally described as NWNW, W2W2NENW, SWNW located in section 29, T22N, R20W. The Planning Board will review the proposed subdivision and make a recommendation for denial, approval, or conditional approval to the Board of County Commissioners. MAKSOR LLC MOORING BUOY PLACEMENT REQUEST Scott Roskam, on behalf of Maksor LLC, has submitted a permit application for the installation of a mooring buoy on Flathead Lake. Per section 5-3(H)(2)(a) of the Lake County Lakeshore Protection Regulations, a buoy may only be permitted after review by the Planning Board. The primary focus of the board’s review will be to determine whether the buoy will create a significant safety hazard or interfere with navigation or recreation. The 1.3-acre subject property is located along the east shore of the lake and is legally described as section 2, T25N, R19W, COS 5657, Parcel Tr 1. Information regarding the agenda items is available from the Lake County Planning Dept. Written comments received by April 3, 2023 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 April 3 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. Please note: If you would like to attend the public hearing via ZOOM, please contact the Planning Department at the email above or at (406) 883-7235 prior to the meeting to receive instructions regarding how to attend the meeting virtually. Published on March 23rd, 2023, MNAXLP __________________________

The Board of Lake County Commissioners will hold a second public hearing on the resolution listed below, on Monday, March 27, 2023 at 3:00 pm in the Commissioners Chambers located at 10-6 4th Avenue East, Polson, MT 59860 room 211. If you would like to make comment on the proposed resolution but are unable to attend the hearing, please email your comments to lakecommissioners@lakemt.gov or call 406-883-7204. If you have additional questions you may contact the office at the number above. 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, in feral, abandoned, ‘backyard’ fruit trees or otherwise not maintained in accordance with Montana law, 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, ‘backyard’ fruit trees or otherwise not maintained in accordance with Montana law, 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, Lake County should initially contract contract with such suitable person, recommended and approved by the Flathead Cherry Growers, to accomplish necessary 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 Sections 7-22-2304, MCA, specifically empowered to fly over or enter upon any farm, grounds, or premises infested with such insects or pests and poison, kill, catch, and exterminate such pests therein, subject to the several safeguards and conditions herein. 6. If an orchard or cherry tree planting is cultivated using strictly organic methods, the orchard owner request that any necessary pest or fruit fly control intervention be performed using on certified organic materials or products, in which case the owner shall reimburse any resulting cost of such organic-certified products over and above the cost of standard pest controls 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 7-5-2102, 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, March 27, 2023 at 3:00 pm 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 March 23rd, 2023. MNAXLP __________________________

PUBLIC NOTICE: The Board of Lake County Commissioners will hold a public hearing on Monday, March 27, 2023, on Resolution 21-20 (b) in the Commissioners Chambers of the Lake County Courthouse located at 106 4 th Avenue East, Polson, MT 59860 room 211. The purpose of this hearing is to consider public comment on the Commissioners consideration to rescind the action taken on September 7, 2023, to cease the billing, collecting, and distributing fees or assessments related to the Flathead Indian Irrigation Project as of July 20, 2023. If you wish to submit comment but are unable to attend the hearing, you may do so to lakecommissioners@lakemt.gov or by calling 406-883-7204. Published on March 23rd, 2023. MNAXLP __________________________

Public Notice The Office of the Governor and the Montana Department of Revenue, Cannabis Control Division, invite you to attend a public meeting to discuss a proposed marijuana cooperative agreement between the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes and the state of Montana. The meeting will be held: Wednesday April 19, 2023 12:00 p.m. Kwataqnuk Flathead Lake Resort 49708 US Hwy 93 East Polson, Montana The proposed marijuana cooperative agreement seeks to minimize potential issues related to the regulation and taxation of marijuana on the Flathead Reservation. Under the proposal, the State will collect all marijuana taxes on marijuana sold within the Flathead Reservation and the revenues will be distributed between the State and the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes. Under the proposal, the State will be responsible for the regulation of all licensees within the exterior boundaries of the Reservation, and the State will administer the tax and remit quarterly tax distributions to the Tribes. The proposed marijuana cooperative agreement provides for enforcement of the agreement and provides a ten (10) year, six (6) month term. We invite you to attend public meeting to learn about the marijuana cooperative agreement and to present pertinent information. Your comments are a very important part of the process and will be considered before the parties enter into the agreement. To view the proposed marijuana cooperative agreement, visit the Montana Department of Revenue’s website at www.mtrevenue.gov. For questions or additional information, called the Department’s Public Information Officer Jason Slead at 406-444-6700. Published in the Lake County Leader on March 23rd, 2023 MNAXLP __________________________

BLACKTAIL TV DISTRICT BOARD VACANCY The Lake County Commissioners are seeking a citizen volunteer to serve on the Blacktail TV District Board, which is composed of three members serving three-year terms. The current position opening is for a Lake County resident residing within the Blacktail TV District boundaries. This term will last until December 31, 2025. If you are interested in this position, please send a letter of interest to the Lake County Commissioners Office at 106 4th Avenue East, Polson, MT 59860 by Wednesday, March 28, Published on March 23rd, 2023. MNAXLP __________________________