Bozeman City Commission meeting about to get started. Stay tuned here for updates.
@MayorKrauss: First on the agenda - something about $23.8 million. Commission addressing a resolution tonight to fund the new municipal law and justice center.
Voters will also be asked to approve a permanent increase to the city’s mill levy of up to 5 mills to pay for costs of operating, maintaining and repairing the facility
Commission Mehl to Police Chief Price: I hear if 10 Bozemanites are willing to get together you'll talk to them about the new L & J. Price: 4.
Efforts will be underway to educate the public about the proposed L&J leading up to the November election.
No public comment on the matter
Bozeman City Commission and staff still ironing out exact language for ballot questions. @MayorKrauss calls 5 minute break.
Item tabled until attorneys come back with language on ballot measures regarding new Rouse Justice Center
Bond issue and mill being taken up again after break during which commission addressed some other matters.
Commission unanimously passes language for the November ballot, asking voters to approve funding to build and maintain the new municipal justice center
Community meeting Wednesday for update on landfill. 6 p.m. at the GranTree.