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|Elections||May an employee of the West Yellowstone fire/EMT department simultaneously serve as an elected member of the town council?||Walsh, Philip F.
|Local Government||Given that the Town of Hot Springs voted to become incorporated over 80 years ago and has always operated as an incorporated local government, but failed to file incorporation papers with the Secretary of State’s Office, 1) What is the town’s current local government status, and 2) what steps should the Town take to rectify its corporate status?||Darty, Lucy W.
||Shapiro, Steven J.
|School Districts||In order to ensure equitable representation on the school board, does Montana law allow a consolidated school district to establish voting “precincts” or “wards” after two or more districts consolidate? If the statutes allow the establishment of such precincts or wards, what procedure would the county superintendent of schools or the school board follow in establishing these precincts?||Peterson, Cyndee L.
|School Districts||Does Montana law allow Darby public schools to claim for school financing purposes nonresident students enrolled at the Trapper Creek Job Corps Center?||McCulloch, Linda
|School Districts||Whether the County Superintendent has authority to order Trustees of a School District to call an election where the Trustees of the two districts involved have not jointly agreed on the issue of joint assumption of bonded indebtedness.||Hoversland, Ken W.