Meetings, Events and Training

 

Montana Coal Board



**NEW** Webinar: Environmental Review Process for Coal Board Applicants

Please join us for a live informational webinar for Coal Board applicants on the environmental review process on Monday, October 15, 2018, at 11:30 am. To register follow this link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/182013548871575553

CALL IN INFORMATION1.877.273.4202
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Next meeting: December 20, 2018 (Applications to be considered for this meeting are due November 5, 2018)

For meeting details, see the Coal Board website: http://comdev.mt.gov/Boards/Coal/Meetings 

If you have a presentation, photos, maps, or other visuals that you want to share during the public comment period or with your application, please provide your presentation in one of two ways:

No later than December 10th, email your presentation or a link to your presentation, if it is available on your website, to DOCCDD@mt.gov. Presentation materials may be available to individuals participating in the call via the Coal Board website. When providing the information, please specify if you would like your presentation available on the Coal Board website. 

In lieu of electronic presentation, applicants, and members of the public can bring hard copies of materials and presentations to the meeting. 

Past Meeting: September 20th, 2018 (Applications to be considered for this meeting are due August 6, 2018)

For meeting details, see the Coal Board website: http://comdev.mt.gov/Boards/Coal/Meetings 

If you have a presentation, photos, maps, or other visuals that you want to share during the public comment period or with your application, please provide your presentation in one of two ways:

No later than Monday, September 17th at noon, email your presentation or a link to your presentation if it is available on your website to DOCCDD@mt.gov. Presentation materials may be available to individuals participating in the call via the Coal Board website.  When providing the information, please specify if you would like your presentation available on the Coal Board website.

In lieu of electronic presentations, applicants and members of the public can bring hard copies of materials and presentations to the meeting.

CALL IN INFORMATIONDial in: 1.877.273.4202
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Hard Rock Mining Impact Board


Next Meeting: Novemeber 15, 2018. For meeting details see the Hard Rock Mining Impact Board website: http://comdev.mt.gov/Boards/HRMI/Meetings

CALL IN INFORMATION: 1.877.273.4202
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Orientation: September 11, 2018. For meeting details see the Hard Rock Mining Impact Board website: http://comdev.mt.gov/Boards/HRMI/Meetings

CALL IN INFORMATION: Dial in: 1.877.273.4202
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Community Development Block Grant Planning Grant Applications Open


The Department of Commerce will begin accepting CDBG Planning Grant applications on an on-going basis beginning on April 30, 2018. CDBG Planning Grant applications will be reviewed on a monthly basis.

The Guidelines and Application are available here:  http://comdev.mt.gov/Programs/CDBG/PlanningActivities/Applying


CDD Target Rate Calculation Resource

The Community Development Division (CDD) has updated the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Communities Survey (ACS) data set 2011-2015 for the calculation of local government target rates. The Treasure State Endowment Program (TSEP) and Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) programs use ACS information as the base data set to calculate applicant target rates for community infrastructure systems.

These calculated rates, along with other demographic information, are components of the review and analysis of applications submitted to the programs for funding requests. Applications to be submitted in 2018 or later for TSEP or CDBG programs must use the 2015 ACS data for the calculation of target rates for an applicant.

Please visit our website to review this information. Feel free to contact DOCCDD@mt.gov or 406.841.2770 if you have any questions.

Colstrip Community Impact Advisory Group - Community Meetings


The Colstrip Community Impact Advisory Group is currently helping the community of Colstrip and the surrounding area develop a community impact plan guiding disbursement of economic impact funds provided by Puget Sound Energy. The CCIAG is hosting the following community meetings:

August 14, Forsyth City Hall, 6-8 pm
August 15, Lame Deer Littlewolf Capital Building, Council Chamber, 10 am - 12 pm
August 15, Colstrip City Hall, 6-8 pm
August 20, Colstrip Schoolhouse History Art Center, 1-3 pm
August 20, Colstrip Ponderosa Butte Golf Course, 6-8 pm

 

SAVE THE DATE...

October 25 & 26, 2018
Downtown Bozeman


CLICK HERE for more details and hotel reservation information!

 

For more information about how you can utilize these emails for your DBA member business, please contact Ellie Staley, Program Director at the Downtown Bozeman Partnership at ellie@downtownbozeman.org or at 406-586-4008. 

 

 

 

Colstrip Community Impact Advisory Group - Community Meetings


The Colstrip Community Impact Advisory Group is currently helping the community of Colstrip and the surrounding area develop a community impact plan guiding disbursement of economic impact funds provided by Puget Sound Energy. The CCIAG is hosting the following community meetings:

August 14th, Forsyth City Hall, 6-8 pm
August 15, Lame Deer Littlewolf Capital Building, Council Chamber, 10 am - 12 pm
August 15, Colstrip City Hall, 6-8 pm
August 20, Colstrip Schoolhouse History Art Center, 1-3 pm
August 20, Colstrip Ponderosa Butte Golf Course, 6-8 pm