Like it or not, the controversial Saunders Outdoor Advertising billboard in the Beckman Flats area of the Gallatin Canyon will likely remain.
Gallatin County Commission
Headed south towards Firelight Meadows on Ousel Falls Road it’s easy to overlook Streamside Way, an unassuming road that leads up to a mountainous residential development known as Greathorn Ranch. Likely, not many passersby opt to turn left and head up the hill.
Volunteers with Willing Workers Ladies Aid arrived ahead of the crowd. Like in the build up to a big church social, they gathered in the side kitchen off the main room in the Gallatin Gateway Community Center and set out enough sweets to hold a bake sale.
Ever notice that billboard in the midst of Gallatin Canyon? It stands alone beneath Storm Castle Peak in the Beckman Flats area. And there it will remain while litigation between the sign’s owner and Gallatin County continues to drag on after nearly 10 years of complaints from neighbors.
A request for approval of the Meadowview Condominium Development has been made to the Gallatin County Commissioners. This development is for a 52-unit residential “workforce housing” condominium subdivision located in Big Sky north of Little Coyote Road behind the tennis courts and ball fields.
Gallatin County Commission candidate Scott MacFarlane knows how to run, though he’s never run for county-wide office until now.