You are hereAssociation, County & National News

Association, County & National News


MACo News: Volume 47, No. 11

IN THIS ISSUE: Find out more about Lexipol; get the details on MACo's upcoming Elected County Officials' Training (Phase I) and how to register; read an article by MACo General Counsel, McKenzie McCarthy, about suspending employees; find out more about county elected officials around the state in our "Official Profile;" check out our "Safety Corner;" be "in the know" about what is occurring on the national level with news from NACo, and more!

Read This Issue

MACo News: Volume 47, No. 10

IN THIS ISSUE: Read a message from the new MACo President, Madison County Commissioner, Jim Hart, after his induction at our recent Annual Conference; meet the new members of the MACo Executive Committee; find out more about how to get on a MACo Committee; see pictures fom the Annual Conference; find out more about county elected officials around the state in our "Official Profile;" check out our "Safety Corner;" be "in the know" about what is occurring on the national level with news from NACo, and more!

Read This Issue

MACo News: Volume 47, No. 9

IN THIS ISSUE: Read a farewell message from MACo President, Lake County Commissioner, Bill Barron, as he prepares to relinquish the gavel after his year of presidency concludes at the upcoming Annual Conference; find out more about MACo Deputy Director, Jason Rittal; get details on MACo's upcoming Annual Conference; find out more about MACo's 2nd Vice President candidates; get info on MACo's proposed resolutions to be voted on by the membership at the upcoming Annual Conference; learn more about freight rail in Montana; see who's in the county spotlight this month; check out our "Safety Corner;" be "in the know" about what is occurring on the national level with news from NACo, and more!

Read This Issue

Recent Announcements Affecting Counties

June 27, 2018

U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke met with local officials, including County Commissioners, Billings Mayor and City Council Members, and Representation from Montana’s Congressional Offices, on June 27th in Billings to present Montana counties with a large check for $40,073,049 in PILT (payment in lieu of taxes).