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Sen. Jon Tester – Update on available Broadband assistance

The fund would estabish a fund to compensate rural broadband providers for offering free or discounted services to families who are struggling to keep up with their bills due to COVID-19.

Shelby, Montana residents: Your input is needed ASAP

The goals of the project include researching and assessing our existing conditions of historic buildings in our downtown district, conducting community and stakeholder sessions to gather input about the vision for maintaining and preserving our historic downtown, developing clear, understandable recommendations, reviewing those recommendations with residents and completing a planning document for the benefit of the community.

Montana Department of Commerce Connection – A dynamic dashboard that shows the Coronavirus Relief Fund grants

The state of Montana has launched a dynamic dashboard that shows the Coronavirus Relief Fund grants that have been awarded to businesses and nonprofits. This dashboard will be updated weekly until all grant dollars have been expended.

Gallatin County moves forward on development plan to address growth

The plan emphasizes compact development, mixed land use, protection of the environment and preservation of agricultural land and open space.

10 Montana businesses receive PPP loans over $5M; 29 Missoula businesses over $1M

Ten Montana companies received loans ranging from $5 million to $10 million, including Consumer Direct Holdings and Western Montana Mental Health, both in Missoula.

Gallatin, Broadwater counties join push for Montana passenger rail service; members now at 7

With two more counties aboard, the Big Sky Passenger Rail Authority will include at least seven county members in its inaugural resolution, which will likely be adopted later this month.

The Opportunity States Have to Attack Income Inequality Now

As they rebuild their education, health-care and tax systems after the devastation of COVID-19, they can take important steps that can significantly narrow income and wealth disparities.

MACo News: July 2020 – MACo Launches Mobile App

The new “MACo App” features a digital directory of county officials, staff directory, news, resources, policy information, events, and a section called “Friends of MACo,”

Boosting broadband: Forest Service may change permits, access

State AGs Recommend COVID-19 Broadband Funding – Is Your State Advocating for Better Broadband??

The Forces That Will Reshape American Cities – Come Home to Montana

Attracting remote workers is a more cost-effective way for smaller communities to build up their economies, certainly when compared with throwing away taxpayer dollars to try to lure factories, offices, call centers or even headquarters.