February 17, 2021 Three Forks Voice
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In this week's dition of the Three Forks Voice:
• Last week, a local landowner approached the Three Forks City Council, asking them to pull back from the FEMA Building Resilient Infrastructure Grant funding process.
• The effects of methamphetamines and other drugs can have a devastating impact on a community. The crippling effects of drug abuse are present in Three Forks and throughout the Gallatin Valley, both within the jurisdiction of the Missouri River Drug Task Force (MRDTF).
• Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen highlighted several legislative priorities for the state’s public schools Thursday, including a push to offer increased funding security for special needs students in Montana.
Follow up on these stories and more in this week's issue of the Voice!