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Montana Department of Commerce – CDBG Housing, Community Facility, Public Facility Grant Application Deadline Extended

Based on public input, the Montana Department of Commerce has decided to extend the deadline for the CDBG Community Facility, Public Facility and Housing grant applications deadline from September 15, 2021, at 5:00 pm to October 28, 2021, at 5:00 pm.

Doing Business with the States of MN, ND & SD – 9/14 – Zoom

This workshop will provide an overview and details about contracting with the states of Minnesota, North and South Dakota. Topics to be covered include an overview of each state’s purchasing practices, where the dollars come from, how the dollars can be spent, how to get registered as a vendor, where to find business opportunities, and what the state expects of its contractors.

Made in Montana Trade Show features Montana goods, connects buyers and sellers September 10-11

The 2021 Made in Montana Trade Show kicks off Friday at the Lewis and Clark County Fairgrounds in Helena. The 125 vendors from 52 Montana towns and cities are traveling to this year’s show.

Economic Affairs Interim Committee – 9/22 – 9AM – Room 102, State Capitol, and Zoom

The Economic Affairs Interim Committee will adopt its final work plan, conduct administrative rule review, and determine the scope of each of its assigned studies. Members will also hear from the Alcoholic Beverage Control Division, the Cannabis Control Division, the Montana State Fund, and the State Auditor’s Office.

Montana Receives Nearly $120 Million to Expand Internet Access, Improve Water Systems from American Rescue Plan, Tester Announces

Funding is a part of $1.89 billion for Montana in state and local funding secured by Tester in American Rescue Plan

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.  

MEDA September News and a few reminders

Catch the Thursday, 10am call to get your EDA ARPA funding questions answered.  The zoom link is below.

Montana Lawmakers Study Impacts Of Changing Economy

“Now is the time to modernize your tax system for this rapidly changing world,”

Great Falls Economic Development Top 10 for 8-31-21

Here is our Top 11 for last week celebrating work and successes to grow and strengthen the Great Falls regional economy — Montana’s Golden Triangle. And, sharing business resources and skill-building opportunities to empower your success.

Panel moves to fund $125M in Montana infrastructure projects

The money is part of more than $2 billion Montana received through the American Rescue Plan Act, passed by Congress in March to offset some of the economic impacts of the pandemic. The state is receiving its money in two rounds, and the ARPA Infrastructure Advisory Commission is expected to award another round of water and wastewater grants next year.