Notice of Public Hearing
Motor vehicle Wrecking Yard Expansion on Garrymore Lane
The Missoula County Commissioners will hold a public hearing on whether to support or oppose the application of Insurance Auto Auction, Inc., for an expansion to an existingMotor Vehicle Wrecking Facility (MVWF). The proposed MVWF expansion will be in Missoula County, within a fenced area at 10131 Garrymore Lane, Missoula, Montana. The property is owned by Thomas F. Collins, Jr. and is leased to Insurance Auto Auction, Inc.
The MVWF expansion is located on a portion of tracts B and C of the amended plat of Haffner Subdivision Lot 1A, Lots 1A-1 & 1A-2, Lot 2, located in the south half of Section 28, T14N, R2OW, Missoula County, Montana.
The Commissioners will conduct the hearing to determine whether the proposed facility will significantly affect the quality of life of adjoining landowners and the surrounding
Commissioners’ regular public meeting, which starts at 2 PM.
Thursday, January 9, 2020
Missoula County Courthouse Annex – Sophie Moiese Room (151)
200 West Broadway, Missoula, MT.
Any person wishing to be heard on the matter may speak or submit written comments at the hearing. Comments may also be submitted to the Missoula County Commissioners
any time before the hearing:
Mail: 200 W Broadway, Missoula, MT 59802
Fax: (406) 258-3943
Drop off in person: 119 W Pine, Missoula, MT 59802
The application is available at the Commissioners’ office, at the Missoula City-County Health Department at 301 West Alder, by calling 258-4755, by emailing
email@example.com, and on the environmental health website at http://www.missoulacounty.us/healthdept
Missoula County launches website to help homeowners with permits
With the summer construction season underway, Missoula County has launched a new website to guide homeowners through the process of applying for permits they’ll likely need for new construction and other work on their home.
The website, www.missoulacounty.build, provides a step-by-step overview of the permitting process. It’s aimed at property owners who live in Missoula County but outside City of Missoula limits (city dwellers should check out the city’s permitting website instead). While the site mainly targets homeowners looking to apply for permits, it includes some helpful tips for contractors as well.
Read more on the Missoula County Blog.