By Nathan Bourne
Pathfinder 

County not keeping list of septic compliance issues

 


SEELEY LAKE – At the July 16 Seeley Lake Sewer District Board meeting, Missoula City/County Health Department Environmental Health Specialist II Jim Erven told the Board that if the proposed sewer system were scrapped by the voters in the District, there would be a government response of some kind.

“One thing that will not be acceptable is a do nothing option,” said Erven

Erven felt the need to make a statement at the Board meeting after the Health Department saw the agenda item considering putting the proposed sewer to a vote of the electorate.

“We have several known violations wi...



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