Legal/Planning Consultant--Major Subdivision, Montana

Legal/Planning Consultant--Major Subdivision, Montana

City of Red Lodge, Montana

The selected firm will assist in interpreting and applying a Montana Supreme Court decision (Kiely Construction v. City of Red Lodge, 57 P3 856, 312 MT 52 (2002)), and issues involved, including application of zoning and development codes, steep slopes, floodplain, hazardous materials and wetlands. Interested parties should specify their experience with subdivisions; a profile of recent projects and/or legal cases in which they have been involved; resources such as attorneys, planners, and/or engineers they have available; availability to consult within 30 days; and their fees and amount of initial retainer necessary for their services. Proposals should be submitted to The City of Red Lodge, Attn: D. Tomicich by Fax (406) 446-3936; or e-mail to David Stauffer, City Planner at [email protected]; or mail P.O. Box 9, Red Lodge, MT 59068, to be received no later than July 10, 2003. Further information can be obtained at (406) 446-2563.

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For more information contact:

David Stauffer
City of Red Lodge, Montana
PO Box 9
Red Lodge
MT 59068

Phone: 406-446-2563
Email: [email protected]

Posted June 25, 2003

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