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Please join us at a community near you! May 14 Missoula: 9 a.m., Russell St. bridge (SE corner of Russell and Broadway) Havre: 10:30 a.m., Bullhook site (Meet at 520 Fourth St. walk to site) Wolf Point: 3 p.m., water tanks (6th Ave. North directly across from Faith Lutheran Home. From Hwy 2, go north […]
Exciting news! The Montana Infrastructure Coalition and its partners, are participating in Infrastructure Week, a national advocacy and educational event, with its own May 14-18 tour across Montana. The Infrastructure Week tour in Montana will consist of stops in 17 cities across the Treasure State. Each stop will include a presentation by the Montana Infrastructure […]
“The poll offers good indicators to elected officials and those running for office that voters view infrastructure investment as a positive.” Click here to read more.
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Rep. Frank Garner’s leadership and ability to work with other members of the legislative body is ultimately going to make our Montana roads and bridges safer, and our government more accountable for our precious infrastructure dollars. A Long-Term Solution to Funding Montana’s Infrastructure
House Bill 473, sponsored by Rep. Frank Garner, R-Kalispell, calls for an 8-cent increase to the state’s gasoline tax and 7.25 cents to diesel tax to raise funds for repairs to roads and bridges and to aid the Montana Highway Patrol……click to read full article.
HB 473 Information Packet– important information about the bill
After nearly six weeks of work amongst Infrastructure Coalition members and a bi-partisan group of legislators, the Bridge and Road Safety and Accountability Act has been formally introduced to the Legislature and has been scheduled for a hearing on Wednesday, February 22nd. As a means of updating our “user fees” for Montana highways, the bill, […]
23% of Montana’s water systems don’t meet Federal standards. This is unacceptable! This is a picture of a pipe from Scobey’s water system. Half of the original pipes from 1919 are still used today. The iron level of Scobey’s water is 132x the federal standard.