Yellowstone County commissioners on Wednesday approved adding four positions and making funding transfers to the county attorney’s budget for 2018 to help address workload increases.Commissioners also added $25,000 to $50,000 budgeted for witness and victim fees after County Attorney Scott Twito said Wednesday the state will no longer help reimburse the fees beyond its standard witness fee of $10 per day and travel expenses at the state rate.Twito said he was notified Wednesday morning,...
From concerts to motorcycles to MontanaFair and more, MetraPark had a busy 2016, ringing up a record $6.4 million in revenue.In 2016 MetraPark crammed 414 event days into 365 days. All told, the various events drew about 709,000 people to the Yellowstone County-owned fairground complex.MetraPark’s second annual report hits the highlights of the year along with providing a behind-the-scene look at the numbers, improvements and economic benefit to the community.
Yellowstone County commissioners got their first look at the 2018 preliminary budget on Monday as they begin a week of budget hearings.Finance Director Kevan Bryan said in a summary that building projects and funding the county attorney’s office will pose “significant challenges” for the county’s operations.Some of the building projects, like the jail expansion, new MetraPark shop building and remodeling of a new sheriff’s office are underway and funded, he said.
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Selecting a term
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