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PHOTO COURTESY LINDA GOLDINGER

BRIDGE to safety

Parkview West residents cheered as a Big Sky Fire Department fire truck crossed their bridge for the first time in years.

“The firetruck created truly a giddy feeling when I saw it come across!” resident Angie DeWispelaere said.

This is a momentous event for a long-time Big Sky neighborhood, noted resident Linda Goldinger.

Big Sky election results

Big Sky Resort Area Tax District 1% for infrastructure (for or against): 

For: 722 – 69.49%

Against: 317 – 30.51% 

 

Big Sky County Water and Sewer Board (pick three): 

Richard “Dick” Fast: 449 – 32.54% 

Mike Wilcynski: 340 – 24.64% 

Photo by Jana Bounds

One month to contemplate

The Gallatin River and a move toward infrastructure to protect it have been widely discussed in Big Sky. Soon, voters will decide.

Around 40 people recently attended a virtual meeting about the Gallatin Canyon Wastewater Study. A similar meeting took place last month at Buck’s T-4 with about the same number of people in attendance.

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