By Susan Monahan

Bridging the gap between counties and communities


In 1987 the Missoula County Commissioners appointed the first Community Council. It was in Seeley Lake. Community Councils are designed as a way for the rural local communities, which make up 56% of Missoula County land base, to communicate local ideas and issues to the county commissioners.

Per the Missoula County website, a Community Council is an elected group of citizens representing a particular area of the county that can provide focus, leadership and continuity to that area. One of Missoula County’s primary goals for Community Councils is to help improve communications between the...

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