Monthly Archives September 2006

McGrath: Law Permits Cross-County Annexation

HELENA – In a formal opinion released today, Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath held that state law permits annexation across county lines, and such annexation is not dependent on county approval.

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McGrath, Johnson Issue Statement on Ballot-Measure Order

HELENA – Attorney General Mike McGrath and Secretary of State Brad Johnson Wednesday released the following statement in relation to the order issued by District Court Judge Dirk M. Sandefur.

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McGrath: Conferences to Focus on Supporting, Protecting Drug-Endangered Children

HELENA – Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath today announced that the Montana Alliance for Drug-Endangered Children will hold five conferences this fall focusing on supporting children affected by their parents’ drug abuse.

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Registration Renewals Now Require Driver License Number

HELENA – Officials with the Motor Vehicle Division of the Department of Justice said today that beginning this month, Montana vehicle owners will notice an important change to the vehicle registration renewal notices they receive in the mail.

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State Solicits Comments on Draft Upper Clark Fork Restoration Work Plan

HELENA – The state is seeking public comment on draft funding recommendations for projects designed to restore the Upper Clark Fork River Basin, Restoration Program chief Carol Fox announced Thursday.

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McGrath: TIF Funds Inappropriate for MetraPark Financing

HELENA – In an opinion released today, Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath held that industrial district tax increment financing may not be used to finance infrastructure improvements in Yellowstone County’s MetraPark facility.

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