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City Club Missoula Forum "Potholes, Pavement, And Paying For It: The Challenge Of Infrastructure Projecects In MT, 2/13

February 6, 2017View for printing

"Potholes, Pavement, and Paying for It: The Challenge of Infrastructure Projects in Montana" is the subject of City Club Missoula's Feb. 13 forum, featuring Shane Stack, Missoula District Preconstruction Engineer for the Montana Department of Transportation; and WGM Group, Inc. engineer Jeremy Keene.

Stack and Keene will discuss Montana's aging infrastructure, the importance of a sound infrastructure to Montana's economic future, the unique challenges of funding Montana infrastructure, and some of the local projects underway to address those needs. The two will also discuss state legislative initiatives addressing infrastructure needs. Local projects they are expected to discuss include Russell Street, the Madison Street bridge, interstate roundabouts and the Van Buren Street sound barrier.

Stack, who holds a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from Montana State University, has worked for MDOT for more than 20 years. His responsibilities include oversight of department projects in the Missoula District. Keene is a professional engineer and LEED Accredited Professional with WGM Group, Inc., who has more than two decades of experience. He has managed numerous local planning and design projects, including the North Reserve/Scott Street Master Plan, the Southgate Mall Mary Avenue extension, the Brooks and Dore Lane Improvements Project, and the North Higgins Streetscape Project. 

City Club Missoula forums are open to the public. City Club Missoula runs from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Missoula's , 100 Madison St.

Questions? Please Contact: Susan Hay Patrick, 406.360.0596

Registration is required at

To pay at the door by check, email and indicate if you want lunch - $16 per person for members, $20 per person for general public - or the no-lunch option of forum-only for $10. Payment is required for late cancellations and unclaimed reservations.
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