The divisive NDO debate is back in front of the Billings City Council, and the Billings Police Department sent out a notice to local media with the subject "Monday Night City Council Security Measures."
In the coming days heading in to the New Year, I'll be sharing my top Montana blog posts for 2019 (based on "local unique visitor" counts). Coming in at #10: "Democrat Socialists Looking for Foothold in Billings Council Race"
If you're looking for someone to give you a fair rundown of what happened at the city council meeting, or a historical perspective about issues facing Billings School District 2- Larry Brewster is the guy to talk to. That's why I was quite surprised to hear that Billings City Councilman Larry Brewster will be announcing his resignation from the council during Monday night's meeting.
The Gazette reports that Police Chief Rich St. John told the Billings City Council Monday that the “misdeeds of a few officers should not be a broad-brushed opinion of how the Police Department operates.” St. John was referring to the controversy over revelations that three officers were punished for having sex with a woman on city property, some while on duty, as well as another case in which a
Hammes Company President Bob Dunn, who has helped transform the vision and expectations for the One Big Sky Center project, visited Billings on Monday to meet with business leaders and the Billings City Council.
Since the plans have shifted from the original concept of Montana’s two tallest skyscrapers to revising Billings’ two most important districts, only a multi-colored map has been unveiled..