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Town of Jordan Public Hearing

Notice of Public Hearing

The Town of Jordan will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, March 10, 2015, at 1 pm at the City Office in Jordan, for the purpose of obtaining public comments regarding the community development needs and priorities of the Town of Jordan for economic development, housing and community revitalization, and public facilities, particularly as those needs affect low and moderate income persons.  The Town is considering submitting an application to the Montana Department of Commerce for a Community Development Block Grant – Public Facility grant, and wants to obtain public comment on the needs of the community.  The City County will discuss the purpose of the CDBG- Public Facilities program and the variety of activities eligible for funding.  At the public hearing, everyone will be given the opportunity to express their opinions regarding the Town’s needs and the type of projects that should be considered.  Comments may be given orally at the hearing or submitted in writing for before 5 pm on Tuesday, March 10, 2015. 

Anyone who would like more information or who wants to submit suggestions should contact Evelyn Ritter, Clerk, (406) 557-2692 or Tori Matejovsky, Great Northern Development Corporation, (406) 653-2590.  Portions of and/or a summary of the CDBG application are available for review at the Town of Jordan city office during regular office hours.

The Town of Jordan makes reasonable accommodation for any known disability that may interfere with a person’s ability to participate in this public hearing.  Persons needing an accommodation must notify Evelyn Ritter to later than March 9, 2015 to allow adequate time to make needed arrangements.  You can call (406) 557-2692 or write to PO Box 484, Jordan, MT  59337 to make your request known. 

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