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Neighborhood Update - February 27, 2017

Weekly Update – February 27, 2017

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News this week:

 

1)     Stories of Sustainability this Wednesday at 6:30 PM at the Bozeman Public Library, Large Community Room. You don’t want to miss this evening of fast-paced storytelling and inspiration, PK-style. Each presenter has just 20 slides and 20 seconds per slide to share their experiences. Learn about the power of building community, what we DON’T know about how climate change is impacting Montana, why animals that are loved taste better, what Arlo Guthrie and the Rolling Stones have in common with density and growth, voting with your (investment) dollar, and why getting dirty can actually make you a more confident, creative, and collaborative person. Hosted by the City of Bozeman’s Office of Sustainability, Bozeman Climate Partners, MSU Extension Sustainable Housing and Pollution Prevention and the Montana Weatherization Training Center. For more information, visit http://bozemanclimatepartners.net/ or contact us at (406) 582-2370 or hhiginbotham@bozeman.net
 
2)     The City of Bozeman Transportation Master Plan (TMP) draft report is available and is currently accepting comments. It can be found here: http://www.bozemantmp.com/documents
·        There is an opportunity this week to hear an overview of the report and provide comment:

Ø   Thursday, March 2 – 6:30 PM – Bozeman HS, S Cafeteria (205 N 11th Ave)
 
1)     The next First Friday Sack Lunch Series, "Bozeman Skiing: from Karst, Bear Canyon, Story Hills to Bridger Bowl”, will be this Friday, March 3 at the Story Mansion (811 S. Willson) from noon to 1pm for. Presenters will be Doug Wales and Terry Abelin, both from Bridger Bowl, and Eleanor Christian who’s skied all four. Learn the history of early skiing in the region and come with your own stories to share of the early days on the slopes. Sponsored by the Bozeman Preservation Advocacy Group (BPAG) and The Extreme History Project. Free and open to the public.
 
Have a great week!
-Jessica
 
JESSICA H. JOHNSON | NEIGHBORHOOD COORDINATOR
City of Bozeman | 121 North Rouse Avenue | P.O. Box 1230 | Bozeman, MT 59771
P: 406.582.2274 | E: jjohnson@bozeman.net | W: www.bozeman.net

 

 

Development Review Committee (DRC) on Wednesday, March 1 – 10 AM 20 E Olive (2nd floor Conf Room)

 

1)    Review

 

·         17032 Crescent Cross Annexation and Zone Map Amendment (WerBell)
·         South Cottonwood Road, Lot 3A-1 Minor Subdivision 454C. A Part-46 annexation petition to annex 28-acres of present AS (Agricultural Suburban) land to the City of Bozeman and designate an initial zoning of R-4 (Residential High-Density).
 
·         17056 South University District Phase 1B Informal (WerBell)
·         2150 South 11th Avenue. A proposed group living development with 209 bedrooms in 54 individual units on a 3.66 acre parcel within the boundaries of the South University District Master Plan.
 
·         17054 223 E. Main Street Building Site Plan (Jadin)
·         223 East Main Street. A proposed mixed use building with retail commercial space and one apartment.
 
·         17071 J&D Family Subdivision Phase 2 Preliminary Plat (Rogers)
·         570 Automotive Avenue.  A preliminary Plat application to create one commercial lot and dedicate road right-of-way within Lot R-1, J& D Family Subdivision.  The subject property is zoned B-1 ( Neighborhood Business District).
 

2)    Upcoming Reviews (Tentative DRC dates)

 

  • 16525 Westbrook Subdivision Phase 2-4 Final Plat (Saunders) Ongoing
  • 16540 West Winds Ph. 7 and 8 Final Plat (Jadin) Ongoing
  • 17019 The Crossing Phase 4F Final Plat (WerBell) Ongoing
  • 17046 The Lakes at Valley West Phase 3 Final Plat (Saunders/Jadin) Ongoing
  • 17050 Yellowstone Theological Institute Final Plat (Krueger) Ongoing
  • 17037 UPS Facilities Expansion Site Plan (WerBell) On hold per applicant.
  • 17070 19th and College Site Plan (WerBell) March 8
  • 17067 Costco Catamount Parcel Annexation (Rice) March 8
  • 17072 South Rows Site Plan (Owens) March 8
  • 17066 West Winds  SW Subdivision Preapp (Saunders) March 8
  • 17078 Mandeville Creek Enhancement INF (Jadin) March 15
  • 16534 SOBO Lofts Site Plan(Rice) Revisions March 15 – located in the Cooper Park Neighborhood (CPNA)
  • 17081 Eastlake Professional Center Minor Subdivision Pre-application ( Rice) March 15
  • 17082 Parklands at Village Downtown Major Subdivision Pre-application (Jadin/Rogers) March 15
  • 17090 Professional Drive Apartments  Site Plan (WerBell) March 22
  • 17091 Billion CUP Informal (Owens) March 22

 

3)    Concept Plan Reviews

 
·         17074 Lewis and Clark Lot 3 Office Concept Review (Garber)
·         2246 Boothill Court. Proposed office building in the Lewis and Clark Commercial Master Plan.
·         17044 Cannery District Building K Concept Review (Krueger)located in the Northeast Neighborhood (NENA)
·         117 E. Oak Street.  Phase 2 of the Cannery District parking and circulation and the construction of Building K, an 11,243 Square foot commercial building.
·         17076 Obsidian Creek Condos Concept Review (WerBell)
·         2916 Warbler Way. Proposed four two household dwellings.
·         17073 Hastings Shopping Center Concept Review (Owens)
·         1601 W. Main Street. Façade Upgrade and reuse at Hasting Shopping Center.
·         17079 Midtown Apartment Concept Review (Rogers)
·         515 W. Peach Street. 3 story 9 unit apartment building.
·         17084 The Nest Cottage Housing Concept Review (Rice)
·         Westbrook Subdivision Ph. 2 north of Durston road, South of Annie Street. 42 cottage units on 5.4 acres zoned R-4.
·         17092 West Paw Expansion Concept Review (Krueger)
32050 East Frontage Road. Expansion of an existing commercial development for office and manufacturing uses.
 
 


 

Parks & Recreation Events

 

Preschool Programs and Little Explorer Tours. Ages 2-5.

·         Fri., Mar. 3, Little Explorer Fire Dept. Tour.
·         Meet at tour location. 10-10:30am or
·         10:45-11:15am. $5/res. $7/non-res.
·         Mon., Mar. 20 and Wed, Mar. 29.
·         Preschool Picasso. Beall Park Rec Center.
·         10-11am. $15/res. $20/non-res.
·         Fri., Mar. 24, Preschool Camp. Beall Park Rec Center. 9-11am. $15/res. $20/non-res.
 

Parent’s Night Out. Friday, March 3. 5-9pm.

·         Ages 3-12. Beall Park Rec Center. Dinner provided along with age-appropriate crafts and games.
·         $20 ($10 each addt’l child)/res.
·         $28 ($14 each addt’l child)/non-res.
 

Schools Out EXPLORE! Camp. March 13-17.

·         Spring Break Staycation. 7:45am-5:30pm. Ages Kindergarten-Fifth Grade. Lindley Center. A full week of adventure on the trails and parks, and indoor and outdoor fun. Sign up for one day or the whole week! Fee per day: $35/res. $50/non-res.
 

Badminton. Mondays, 9-11am. 

·         Hope Lutheran Church Gym. All equipment provided.
·         Purchase punch cards in advance.
·         $5/res. per session. $7/non-res. per session.

 
Pickleball. Fridays, 9-11am (no session 3/3).

·         Hope Lutheran Church Gym.
·         Purchase punch cards in advance.
·         $5/res. per session. $7/non-res. per session.
 
·         For more info or to register for any classes or programs listed here, call 582-2290 or visit www.Bozeman.net/ParksAndRec
 


 

MSU Events in February/March

 
·         2/27 Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Session http://calendar.msu.montana.edu/events/21865
·         2/28 Brews & the Big Sky: Fresh Tracks & Frosty Brews http://calendar.msu.montana.edu/events/20486
·         3/1 George Patrick Ahern: From Buffalo Solider to Imperial Forestry with Jim Bruggeman http://calendar.msu.montana.edu/events/21458
·         3/1 Women's Basketball vs Idaho State University http://calendar.msu.montana.edu/events/22012
·         3/3 Women's Basketball vs Idaho State University http://calendar.msu.montana.edu/events/22013
·         3/4 Men’s Tennis vs. Southern Utah http://www.msubobcats.com/schedule.aspx?path=mten
·         3/5 Men’s Tennis vs. Northern Arizona http://www.msubobcats.com/schedule.aspx?path=mten
·         3/5 Of Love and Nature, Winter Choral Concert http://calendar.msu.montana.edu/events/22035
·         3/6 Wallace Stegner Lecture - Tiya Miles: Slavery & Freedom in the Old Northwest http://calendar.msu.montana.edu/events/22109
·         3/6 Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Session http://calendar.msu.montana.edu/events/21866
·         3/7 Neil Cornish to deliver Provost's Distinguished Lecturer Series lecture http://calendar.msu.montana.edu/events/22173
·         3/7 Elton John at the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse http://calendar.msu.montana.edu/events/21226
·         3/9 John Colter: Hunter, Trapper, Long Distance Runner with John Russell http://calendar.msu.montana.edu/events/21462
·         3/10 Women’s Tennis vs. Southern Utah http://www.msubobcats.com/schedule.aspx?path=wten
·         3/12 Women’s Tennis vs. Idaho State  http://www.msubobcats.com/schedule.aspx?path=wten
·         3/13 MSU Spring Break begins http://calendar.msu.montana.edu/events/18781
 
 


 

Upcoming Events:

 
Ø  City of Bozeman Event Calendar: www.bozeman.net/events
 
Ø  City Commission Meeting
o   Monday, February 27 – 6 PM – City Hall, Commission Room (121 N Rouse)
o   Agenda: Transportation Master Plan Update - http://www.bozeman.net/Departments/Administration/City-Commission/Agenda-and-Events/February-27,-2017-City-Commission-Meeting#registration
 
Ø  Pecha Kucha: Stories of Sustainability
o   Wednesday, March 1 – 6:30 PM – Library, Large Conference Room (626 E Main)
o   Have you ever wondered what happens when Mother Earth plays the dating game? Or why you get butterflies in your stomach when you are nervous? Or how to avoid eating Round-Up? Or if we will EVER be able to have productive conversations around polarizing topics like, say climate change?
o   Join the City of Bozeman’s Office of Sustainability and Bozeman Climate Partners for an evening of fast-paced storytelling and inspiration, Pecha Kucha style. Each presenter has just 20 slides and 20 seconds per slide to share their experiences. Learn about the power of building community, what we DON’T know about how climate change is impacting Montana, why animals that are loved taste better, what Arlo Guthrie and the Rolling Stones have in common with density and growth, voting with your (investment) dollar, and why getting dirty can actually make you a more confident, creative, and collaborative person.
 
Ø  Bozeman Transportation Master Plan (TMP) Informational Meeting
o   Thursday, March 2 – 6:30 PM – Bozeman High School, South Cafeteria (205 N 11th Ave)
o   The purpose of the meeting is to present transportation system recommendations and provide a general overview of the draft TMP report. The draft TMP report may be viewed at: http://www.bozemantmp.com/
 
Ø  First Friday Sack Lunch Series: “Bozeman Skiing: from Karst, Bear Canyon, Story Hills to Bridger Bowl.”
o   Friday, March 3 – 12 PM – Story Mansion (811 S Willson)
o   Presenters will be Doug Wales and Terry Abelin, both from Bridger Bowl, and Eleanor Christian who’s skied all four. Learn the history of early skiing in the region and come with your own stories to share of the early days on the slopes. Sponsored by the Bozeman Preservation Advocacy Group (BPAG) and The Extreme History Project. Free and open to the public.
 
Ø  City Commission Meeting
§  Monday, March 6 – 6 PM – City Hall, Commission Room (121 N Rouse)
o   Agenda: Strategic Plan: Community Values Discussion
 
Ø  RUDAT: Neighborhood Planning for the Northeast Neighborhood (NENA)
o   Tuesday, March 7 – What’s the RUDAT and planning for the event – 6:30 PM – Beall Center (415 N Bozeman)
o   Friday, April 7 – evening – Welcome Party & listening session of neighborhood values, issues, and opportunities for growth
o   Monday, April 10 – 6 PM – Community Presentation of Neighborhood Plan
 
Ø  Design Review Board – Black Olive (SCAN)
o   Wednesday, March 8 – 5:30 PM – City Hall, Commission Room (121 N Rouse)
 
Ø  InterNeighborhood Council (INC) Monthly Meeting
o   Thursday, March 9 – 4:30 PM – Library, Large Conference Room (626 E Main)
o   Agenda TBD, but to include: Presentation by the City Economic Development Department and information on Clean-up Day (April 22, 2017)
 
Ø  NENA Spring Meeting
o   Thursday, March 23 – 6:30 PM – Beall Center (415 N Bozeman)
 
Ø  Westlake BMX Park Information Meeting (Midtown)
o   Wednesday, March 29 – City Hall, Madison Room (121 N Rouse)