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Bozeman Daily Chronicle

Abby Lynes

27 January 2019

Bozeman, Montana, United States

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Community members in Bozeman work with students at Montana State University and city officials to test the sustainability and practicality of backyard apartments, or ADUs. Though high costs and historic value could be...

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Eric Dietrich

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8 July 2018

Livingston, Montana, United States

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This threatened mental health care in a tangible way, but the state has found ways to provide services differently. Despite limited funding, state health officials still choose to direct funds toward prevention, rathe...

Bozeman Daily Chronicle

Lewis Kendall

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17 June 2018

Juneau, Alaska, United States

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In Alaska, there is no statewide sales tax. Instead, individual municipalities vote on and control their own levies. In the capital city of Juneau, sales tax revenue covers about half of the city’s annual budget with ...

Bozeman Daily Chronicle

Lewis Kendall

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18 March 2018

Fort Collins, Colorado, United States

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Bozeman, Montana, a city grappling with how to plan for growth in a smart and strategic way, is looking to learn from Fort Collins, Colorado. The two cities are similar in terms of the features that make them appealin...

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Katheryn Houghton

Lewis Kendall

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11 February 2018

Belgrade, Montana, United States

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Belgrade, Montana, a city 12 miles outside of Bozeman, uses creative financing and revitalization to ensure its identity remains independent from its rapidly growing and ever-popular adjacent city. While many resident...

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Lewis Kendall

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8 February 2018

Three Forks, Montana, United States

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The town of Three Forks, Montana has managed to grow at a steady, manageable pace, relying on multiple economic drivers to keep the community afloat while other towns nearby have suffered from over-reliance on the coa...

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Katheryn Houghton

4 February 2018

Sisters, Oregon, United States

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The small town of Sisters, Oregon seemed doomed to being a bedroom community, a place where people lived but worked elsewhere, until the town tried something new. Developers found a creative way to work with the town ...

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Katheryn Houghton

4 February 2018

Bend, Oregon, United States

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Bozeman, Montana can look to Bend for a creative mix of solutions that tackle the issue of affordable housing. As both mountain towns increase in size, Bend has been successful at finding innovative ways to ensure aff...

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Lewis Kendall

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28 January 2018

Three Forks, Montana, United States

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Unlike many other small Montana towns, the community of Three Forks has managed to humbly thrive by investing in several economic drivers rather than rely solely on the railroad as its only large employer. With boomin...

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