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City Club Missoula – Senator Steve Daines opposes gun legislation; supports hardened schools, early intervention

“I don’t think the answer is more gun control. We’re not going to be safer with more gun control.

Census Officials Dodge Citizenship Question During City Club Missoula Event

“What’s at stake is basically two things: power and money.”

City Club Missoula: U.S. Census officials fear social media disinformation campaigns

“Missoula County has stepped forward and they’re running with it. We’re very thankful for that,”

City Club Missoula: 2020 Census leaders share what’s at stake for Montanans

Montana could have 1 more Representative in Congress and each counted person is worth $20k over 10 years.

City Club Missoula – Officials Say Montana Needs To Fight Fire With Fire

“This is not fireproofing, and this isn’t necessarily going to reduce occurrence. What we’re really interested in is reducing some of that intensity,” said Missoula District Ranger Jen Hensiek.

City Club Missoula – Business leaders: Missoula economy peppered with advantages, challenges

As Missoula’s ever-expanding class of upstarts look to grow and compete on the national stage, they continue to face new challenges along the way, a panel of business leaders told members of City Club Missoula on Monday.

City Club Missoula – Housing, enrollment, land use top this year’s State of the Community address

“When we say we’re going to do something, it turns out that often it can happen,” said Engen. “We have relentless opportunities in Missoula, and I like to say we’ve been discovered.”

City Club Missoula Hosts Housing Experts: Get serious or watch Missoula’s housing prices continue to soar

House Bill 16 would use coal tax trust fund money to provide $15 million in loans to develop low- to moderate-income housing, while Senate Bill 18 pushes for workforce housing tax credits.

City Club Missoula Presents: Homes Build Strong Communities – Making Missoula Our Home – 2/11

MAKING MISSOULA OUR HOME Monday, February 11th, 2019 RSVP is strongly encouraged by 12:00pm Friday Feb. 8th, 2019. Andrea Davis Executive Director, Homeword and Vice-Chair, Missoula Housing Coalition Tyson O’Connell Project Developer, Wishrock Housing Partners…

City Club Missoula panel stresses need for early childhood development programs

“The earliest years are the most promising for brain and skills development, yet it is where the U.S. invests the least.” Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Courtney Sale Ross Professor of Globalization and Education at NYU