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Big Sky Fire Department Chief William Farhat and his wife Mindy Cummings enjoy a day trip to the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone this past summer. PHOTO COURTESY WILLIAM FARHAT

Trading snow for sunshine

She grew up in Florida; he grew up in Michigan. She is not your typical attorney and he is not your run-of-the-mill fire chief. Big Sky brought them together – and their individual contributions to the community may never fully be grasped. 

State Sen. Pat Flowers visited with constituents in Big Sky to better understand the needs in his district. PHOTO COURTESY CANDACE CARR STRAUSS

Town hall in Big Sky

There is an uncommon approachability to Montana politicians. When the legislature is in session, the reserved parking for legislators at the state capital regularly houses a handful of old beat-up farm trucks. Many legislators are proudly generationally linked to the state they serve.

 

Big Sky County Water and Sewer District board member Brian Wheeler said the Dec. 18 meeting as the most important meeting in the last 25 years for Big Sky. PHOTO BY JANA BOUNDS

A plan to ease the pressure

A bold move for legislation, years of effort and countless meetings. Now, some community members believe they have a plan to help Big Sky find some breathing room.

 

“It was probably the most pivotal meeting I’ve attended in 25 years,” Big Sky County Water and Sewer District (BSCSD) board member Brian Wheeler said.

 

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