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More asks than money

The Big Sky Resort Area District (Resort Tax) Fall Funding Cycle is set to have final appropriations by Nov. 12. after two meetings. This is the first year funding has been split into spring and fall, but COVID-19 presented so many unknowns that the board decided to show caution.

Conservative optimism

COVID-19 has caused organizations to sift through budgets with prudence. Big Sky Resort Area District (Resort Tax) has asked for that kind of budgetary scrutiny from its applicants. The organization is holding itself equally as accountable.

Are true locals heard?

Eleven years ago, very few people cared about what Big Sky teens thought about their hometown needs and politics mainly because there were no teens. But since Lone Peak High School opened its doors in 2009, the teen population in the area has gone from nearly zero to well over 100.

Classroom set up to comply with CDC social distancing guidelines. PHOTO BY CARLY WILSON

GOING HALFSIES

This story was updated August 13.

Big Sky School District #72 students will return to school with a plan that cuts every class in half for attendance purposes.

Surface water map indicating the proposed 40-foot setback on the unnamed stream in the middle/right-hand side of the subdivision. PHOTO COURTESY OF MOONLIGHT BASIN, PRELIMINARY PLAT

PLANNING BOARD DISAPPROVES OF 40-FOOT WATERWAY CONSTRUCTION SETBACK, APPROVES PUD

The Lee’s Pool Subdivision Public Hearing was originally scheduled Jan 29. The applicant, Moonlight Basin, requested to postpone this hearing to address topics in the staff report including a Geotech analysis, and resubmitted part eight of the preliminary plat which discussed a request for a stream construction setback reduction.

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