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Residents Can
Voice Opinions on
Comprehensive Plan


Seeley Swan Pathfinder
July 2, 1998


Do you like your neighborhood the way it is today? Is change coming to your neighborhood that you like or dislike? Now is the time to make your opinions known.

Zoe Mohesky, Rural Planner, with the Office of Planning and Grants will be in the Seeley Lake community for several days to find out your perception of your neighborhood. How would you best describe your area? What name is used for your neighborhood - the original subdivision name or a descriptive term, such as Downtown? Should more development of houses or businesses occur in your area or do you already feel crowded? A Comprehensive Plan update, that guides land use decisions by our County Commissioners (such as subdivision of land) and directs possible change, was initiated by the Seeley Lake Community Council and is being drafted to express the desires of Seeley Lake residents. The time is here to take a detailed look at each part of the Seeley Lake area, including where YOU live and work.

It's easy to make your opinions known. On your way to or from work, to buy milk or gas, or after your trip to the post office, stop by Rovero's during scheduled convenient times to answer a few short questions. Five minutes of your time could make a difference for the future of your neighborhood.

If you own, lease, rent or have a business in Missoula County between Salmon Lake and the Clearwater Divide, plan to stop by Rovero's at one of the following times: Monday, July 6 from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m., Tuesday, July 7 from noon to 4:00 p.m. or Wednesday, July 8 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Don't let others decide your future living environment. Plan to stop by Rovero's and have your opinions heard. If you are unable to make the dates and times listed or for more information, call Zoe Mohesky at 406-523-4939.

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