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Great Falls Development Authority asking families and individuals to help promote the city

The GFDA wants to interview families or individuals who either moved back to Great Falls or relocated to the city within the last two years.

White House Announces Plans for 100,000 Affordable Homes

The Biden administration has proposed a suite of policy and funding programs designed to create and protect 100,000 affordable housing units. If successful, the program will still fall well short of the need.

Sponsors resubmit, amend proposed 2022 initiative to cap property taxes in Montana

Would apply only to Montana `primary residence’

OLLI at Montana State University  “The State of the Bozeman and Gallatin County”  – 9/10 – 1:30 – Online

Bozeman Deputy Mayor Terry Cunningham, Gallatin County Commissioner Scott MacFarlane and community planning specialist Randy Carpenter of Future West will provide insights, examples and recommendations for how the city of Bozeman and Gallatin County currently work together and could work together in the future to meet the needs of the rapidly growing communities.  

Prices spike as Billings joins the great Montana housing bubble

The Wall Street Journal recently ranked the state’s largest city as the nation’s top emerging housing market. Locals paint a more complicated picture.

Seattle is Dying – How is Your Community Addressing the Homeless Problem?

Seattle Is Dying. It’s a harsh title. Someone on social media even called it a “hopeless” title. I’ll admit to you that I wrestled with the name for some time. Too dramatic, I wondered? Too dark? In the end I went with it because I believe it to be true. I believe that Seattle is dying. Rotting from within.

Who can afford to live in the American west when locals can’t? Butte, Montana

The region, which long had the lowest rate of income inequality in the US, is shifting to one of haves and have-nots – and it’s happening fast

A Startup Is Turning Houses Into Corporations, And The Neighbors Are Fighting Back

The company is called Pacaso.

Energy Secretary Granholm announces new building energy codes

The department projected the new code determinations will save up to 4.7 percent on-site energy, 4.3 percent source energy, 4.2 percent carbon emissions and 4.3 percent in energy costs. The department projects the determinations would generate savings of $138 billion over the next 30 years for homes and businesses, or about $162 per residential unit a year.

Myth or fact: Missoula City Council to fund data dive into local short-term vacation rentals

On Wednesday, members of the council expressed support to include $23,000 in the FY22 budget to hire a vendor to track short-term vacation rentals in Missoula.