MADISON COUNTY PLANNING BOARD NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Madison County Planning Board will conduct a public hearing on Monday, June 24, 2019 at 2:15 pm at Moonlight Lodge, 66 Mountain Loop Rd, Big Sky, Montana. The Board will consider the agenda item and make a recommendation to the Board of County Commissioners who will take final action.
A request by Haystack Development Inc. on behalf of Big Sky Resort LLC for Preliminary Plat approval of Montana Club Subdivision Phase II, which would divide 45.44 acres from the larger parent tract into 18 single-family lots, 1 multi-family condominium lot, 6 open space lots, 1 open space/utility lot and 1 operations and maintenance lot for a total of 27 new lots with 32 total residential units. Accessed from an extension of Territorial Drive off of Rising Bull Road residential and maintenance lots are proposed to be served by existing public water and wastewater systems. Located adjacent to the Montana Club Phase I Subdivision within the Big Sky Resort Mountain Village Overall Development Plan ‘POD A’ area, the subject property is legally described as an un-platted tract of land in the northwest quarter of Section 30, Township 6 South, Range 3 East, P.M.M., Madison County, Montana.
Comments are encouraged to be submitted and should be received by 3:00 p.m. on June 21, 2019, and may be sent to the Madison County Planning Board by: Mail to P.O. Box 278, Virginia City, Montana, 59755; Fax to (406) 843-5229; or E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Oral or written comments may also be given at the public hearing.
The preliminary plat and supplemental information pertaining to this proposed subdivision is available for review at:
• Madison County Planning Office, 103 W. Wallace, Virginia City;
• Madison Valley Library, 210 West Main Street, Ennis;
• Big Sky Fire Department, Station 1, 650 Rainbow Trout Run, Big Sky
Call (406) 843-5250 for more information.
Darlene Tussing, President, Madison County Planning Board
|NOTICE OF BOARD VACANCIES: The Madison County Board of Commissioners has one vacancy on the Housing Advisory Board; one vacancy on the Library Board, representing the Twin Bridges and Harrison/Pony/Norris Area; one vacancy on the Twin Bridges Mosquito District Board; one vacancy on the Planning Board, representing the Twin Bridges or Harrison/Pony/Norris Area; two vacancies on the Public Health Board, one as a school representative and one representing the Twin Bridges and Harrison/Pony/Norris Area; two vacancies on the Road Review Committee; one vacancy on the Tax Appeal Board and one vacancy for a Substitute Member on the Tax Appeal Board; and one vacancy on the Madison Valley Cemetery District Board. If you are interested in filling any of these vacancies, please contact the Commissioners’ Office at 406-843-4277, or by email at email@example.com. PDF application forms can be found on the county website at https://madisoncountymt.gov/DocumentCenter/View/833 Please return completed applications to: Madison County Commissioners’ Office P.O. Box 278 Virginia City, MT 59755|
|PUBLIC NOTICE: Minutes of the Madison County Board of Commissioners’ meetings for the period beginning April 1, 2019, and ending on April 30, 2019, are now available for public review in the office of the Clerk and Recorder at the Madison County Administrative Office Building in Virginia City, MT. Individual requests for personal copies of these minutes, or any previous minutes, will be accepted by the Clerk and Recorder in her office. Approved minutes can also be viewed on the Madison County website at www.madisoncountymt.gov .|
|Public Notice for Request for Proposals: Madison County, Montana, acting through the Madison County Sheriff’s Office, is requesting proposals for a Public Safety Software System (PSSS).
The Madison County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) is seeking to replace its existing Public Safety Software System. The MCSO is requesting proposals for an integrated PSSS that consists of one application, with one database, provided by one vendor and which includes the service of providing and maintaining the software and servers. The successful vendor must have the capability to transfer data from the current PSSS to the product chosen.
The MCSO is interested in new technology and is willing to obtain as much information as possible about recommendations for the new system from the respective vendors.
The system shall allow the MCSO to efficiently organize, track and access the vast amount of information that flows through the system daily. It must be searchable, easy to use, and secure.
The system must be scalable and must be able to integrate with existing and future options the MCSO may implement.
No vendor, employee, or consultant shall contact anyone except the individual listed at the MCSO for purposes of soliciting information about this RFP, the evaluation of the proposals, or the selection process until after such time as the MCSO announces its intent to award the contract or otherwise completes the RFP process. All correspondence shall be made by email to the contact listed below.
All communications regarding this RFP should be directed to:
Madison County Sheriff’s Office
PO Box 276
Virginia City, MT 59755
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