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CALL TO ACTION THIS TUESDAY SEPT. 25 AT 9 A.M: We are going to court over the County Commissioners’ disregard for the successful passage of Egan Slough Initiative 17-01 and we need your support at the hearing. Please attend the District Court hearing this Tuesday Sept....

Flathead County residents have filed suit against the County government for failing to enforce the Egan Slough Zoning District. On June 5, 2018 Flathead County overwhelmingly approved an initiative to enlarge the Egan Slough Zoning District. Voters approved the measure by a 70-30% majority, with every precinct in...

Call to Action!   Yes for Flathead's Farms and Water needs volunteers today and tomorrow (June 4 and June 5) to call voters and remind them to vote FOR the Egan Slough Initiative 17-01 at the Northridge Lutheran Church in Kalispell from 12pm to 8pm Monday June...

Wherever bottling plants arise, so too does corruption and the defilement of public governance. After months of rigorously adhering to the requirements to expand their zoning district, the Egan Slough neighborhood group faced off with the county commissioners.  Along with the neighborhood group came over 140...

After a long time on the run pursuing the County Commissioners via the lawsuit, working so hard to get the ballot initiative to extend the Egan Slough Zoning District on the June 5th election, developing a world-class legal case against the DNRC and presenting it...

On March 23rd, District Court Judge Robert Allison sent the Flathead County Commissioner's flawed decision to impede the Egan Slough Zoning District expansion back to the County Commissioners due to numerous flaws and failures in reasoning.  But where does that leave Flathead Valley residents who...