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CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION CITY COUNCIL - City of Whitefish

CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER CONFERENCE ROOM MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 2015 5:30 PM TO 6:45 PM 1. Call to Order 2. 5:30 p.m. – CLOSED E...

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CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER CONFERENCE ROOM MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 2015 5:30 PM TO 6:45 PM

1.

Call to Order

2.

5:30 p.m. – CLOSED EXECUTIVE SESSION – a) Pursuant to Section 2-3-203 (4) - Quarterly litigation update and strategy with City Attorney

3.

Adjournment

CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL SESSION CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER CONFERENCE ROOM MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 2015 6:45 PM TO 7:00 PM

1.

Interview 6:45 p.m. Alison Young applicant, to fill a vacancy on Whitefish Housing Authority Board

2.

Appointment – Whitefish Housing Authority Board Mayoral Appointment to fill one of two vacancies, one for a term expiring 12-31-2017 and one for a term expiring 12-31-2019.

3.

Adjournment

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 1 of 484

Subject: WF Housing Authority Board position From: Alison Young Date: 7/29/2015 10:23 AM To: [email protected] Dear Ms. Lorang; am interested in being on the WF Housing Authority Board. Although I have no specific knowledge or training in housing issues, I have been on a number of local boards, so am aware of how they work. In the 17 years I have lived in the Flathead Valley, I have been on the Whitefish Theatre Co. Board, Flathead Community College Board, North Valley Hospital Board and a member and board chair of the Flathead Land Trust Board. I

owned and ran the Whitefish River Inn, a bed and breakfast, when I moved to the Valley in 1998. Previous to that, lived in Seattle for 30 years working in health care. I am now retired and live at 1025 Hodgson Rd., Columbia Falls 59912. This location, I believe, is within your 10 mile radius stipulation. My house is actually on the edge of Whitefish, just outside the doughnut. I certainly use Whitefish as my primary location for activities, friends and shopping. I

I

I am interested in this board position because I feel it is very important that Whitefish be a "balanced" community with people of all economic levels, ages, interests and careers. There must be housing available for these various groups. I also am very impressed by Whitefish's in-fill policy because I am not in favor of urban sprawl. I would be glad to come in and chat with you and/or the Housing Authority board president. Please feel free to contact me either through my e-mail or phone: [email protected] and 407-1706.

Sincerely, Alison Young

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 2 of 484

HOUSING AUTHORITY BOARD

MONTANA CODE ANNOTATED 2011 7-15-4431. Appointment of commissioners. (1) An authority consists of seven commissioners appointed by the mayor. The mayor shall" designate the first presiding officer. A commissioner may not be a city official. (2) Two of the commissioners must be directly assisted by the housing authority and are known as resident commissioners. The staff of the housing authority may not involve itself in the nomination or appointment of resident commissioners, except that the housing authority shall notify all of the households directly assisted by the housing authority when a resident commissioner position is vacant. (3) The mayor shall file with the city clerk a certificate of the appointment or reappointment of any commissioner, and the certificate is conclusive evidence of the proper appointment of the commissioner. History: En. Sec. 5, Ch. 140, L. 1935; re-en. Sec. 5309.5, R.C.M. 1935; R.C.M. 1947, 35-105(part); amd. Sec. 2, Ch. 514, L. 1989; amd. Sec. 5, Ch. 472, L. 1997; amd. Sec. 1, Ch. 197, L. 2001.

7-15-4432. Term of office.

(1) Subject to subsection (2), the commissioners who are first appointed must be designated by the mayor to serve for terms of 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 years, respectively, from the date of their appointment. After the initial appointments, the term of office is 5 years. (2) The resident commissioners who are first appointed shall serve for terms of 1 and 2 years, respectively, from the date of their appointment. After the initial appointments, the term of office is 2 years. (3) A commissioner shall hold office until the commissioner's successor has been appointed and qualified. History: En. Sec. 5, Ch. 140, L. 1935; re-en. Sec. 5309.5, R.C.M. 1935; R.C.M. 1947, 35-105(part); amd. Sec. 3, Ch. 514, L. 1989; amd. Sec. 2, Ch. 197, L. 2001.

7-15-4433. Compensation of commissioners. A commissioner may not receive compensation for

services, but is entitled to the necessary expenses, including traveling expenses, incurred in the discharge of authority duties. History: En. Sec. 5, Ch. 140, L. 1935; re-en. Sec. 5309.5, R.C.M. 1935; R.C.M. 1947, 35-105(part); amd. Sec. 621, Ch. 61, L. 2007.

7-15-4434. Vacancies. Vacancies shall be filled for the unexpired term. History: En. Sec. 5, Ch. 140, L. 1935; re-en. Sec. 5309.5, R.C.M. 1935; R.C.M. 1947, 35-105(part).

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 3 of 484

HOUSING AUTHORITY- MCA 7-15-4431- City Resident or Within a 10 mile radius- 5 YEAR TERMS- MAYORAL APPOINTMENTS

TERM EXPIRATION DATE Ralph Ammondson

Apt 222- Mountain View Manor (Resident) 862-8160

12/31/2015

2 yr. Term

12/31/2016

2 yr. Term

100 E. 4th Street Robert FitzGerald

Mountain View Manor Resident, 100 E. 4th Street, #101

Myrna Fleming

104 Railway Street

862-3568

12/31/2016

John Middleton

6475 Hwy 93 S, Ste 17

406-862-7200

12/31/2015

Bill Mulcahy

2 Granite Springs Trail, WF

730-2701

12/3112018

Vacancy

12/31/2019

Vacancy

12/31/2017

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Chairwoman

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CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA The following is a summary of the items to come before the City Council at its regular session to be held on Monday, August 17, 2015, at 7:10 p.m. at City Hall, 402 East Second Street. Ordinance numbers start with 15-15. Resolution numbers start with 15-24. 1) CALL TO ORDER 2) PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 3) COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE PUBLIC – (This time is set aside for the public to comment on items that are either on the agenda, but not a public hearing or on items not on the agenda. City officials do not respond during these comments, but may respond or follow-up later on the agenda or at another time. The Mayor has the option of limiting such communications to three minutes depending on the number of citizens who want to comment and the length of the meeting agenda)

4) COMMUNICATIONS FROM VOLUNTEER BOARDS a) Ordinance No. 15-___;An Ordinance amending Whitefish City Code Title 2, Chapter 12, regarding the membership qualifications for the Convention and Visitor Bureau Committee (First Reading) (p. 23) 5) CONSENT AGENDA (The consent agenda is a means of expediting routine matters that require the Council’s action.

Debate does not typically occur on consent agenda items. Any member of the Council may remove any item for debate. Such items will typically be debated and acted upon prior to proceeding to the rest of the agenda. Ordinances require 4 votes for passage – Section 1-6-2 (E)(3) WCC)

a) Minutes from the August 3, 2015 City Council regular session (p. 32) b) Ordinance No. 15-13; An Ordinance rezoning approximately 3.6 acres of land located adjacent to Reservoir Road and Wheeler Lane, to become a part of 1735 East Lakeshore Drive, Section 24, Township 31 North, Range 22 West, Whitefish, Montana, from County RR-1 (Low Density Resort Residential) to City WRR-1 (Low Density Resort Residential District) and adopting Findings with respect to such rezone (Second Reading) (p. 38) c) Ordinance No. 15-14: An Ordinance rezoning approximately 9.99 acres of land located at 325 Monegan Road, Section 5, Township 30 North, Range 21 West, Whitefish, Montana, from County SAG-10 (Suburban Agriculture) to City WA (Agricultural District) and adopting Findings with respect to such rezone (Second Reading) (p. 41) d) Consideration of approving an application from Steven and Stacie Gorder for Whitefish Lake Lakeshore Permit (#WLP-15-W25A) at 1716 West Lakeshore Drive for removal of 285 Square feet of boathouse with hand tools and restoration of removal area with gravel fill, install new façade and stacked rock foundation under front of boathouse subject to 10 conditions (p. 44) e) Consideration of approving application from J. Richard Bevill for a final plat for the 407 Colorado Avenue subdivision located at 407 Colorado Avenue (p. 62) f) Consideration of approving a boundary line adjustment (exempt from subdivision review) for Dear Tracs subdivision at 6348 Hwy 93 South to provide the required right-of-way for City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 6 of 484

Baker Avenue that was a condition of the Hampton Inn and Suites project approval (p. 96) g) Resolution No. 15-___; A Resolution indicating its intent to change the name of Third Street west of State Park Road in Patton's Subdivision to Salmon Run (p. 98) h) Consideration of City Clerk's request to correct City Council minutes from July 20, 2015 meeting (p. 101) 6) PUBLIC HEARINGS (Items will be considered for action after public hearings) (Resolution No. 07-33 establishes a 30 minute time limit for applicant’s land use presentations. Ordinances require 4 votes for passage – Section 1-6-2 (E)(3) WCC))

a) Ordinance No. 15-12; An Ordinance setting forth the formula to be used in determining assessments for properties in a proposed Special Assessment District to finance a portion of the costs of a downtown parking structure and calling a public hearing thereon (Second Reading) (p. 105) b) Resolution No. 15-___; A Resolution relating to Special Improvement District No. 167; Creating the District for the purpose of undertaking certain local improvements and financing the costs thereof and incidental thereto through the issuance of Special Improvement District Bonds secured by the City’s Special Improvement District Revolving Fund (p. 131) c) FY16 Budget, Tax Levy, and Assessments Public Hearing: (p. 190) i) Resolution No. 15 - ___; A Resolution accepting and approving the Municipal Budget for the City of Whitefish for the 2016 Fiscal Year Commencing July 1, 2015, in its final form (p. 193) ii) Resolution No. 15 - ___; A Resolution (1) budgeting additional property tax revenue, (2) determining the property tax mills to be levied on all taxable property within the corporate limits of the City of Whitefish, and (3) levying and assessing all special improvement assessments and other assessments on real estate within the Districts for the 2016 fiscal year (p. 316) iii) Resolution No. 15 - ___; A Resolution levying and assessing a tax on each lot or parcel of land in the City lying within the boundaries of the City's Street Maintenance District to defray the costs of street improvements (p. 319) iv) Resolution No. 15 - ___; A Resolution levying and assessing a tax upon all real estate in Special Improvement Lighting District No. 1 in the City of Whitefish, Montana, to defray the cost of improvements in said Special Improvement Lighting District (p. 321) v) Resolution No. 15 - ___; A Resolution levying and assessing a tax upon all real estate in Special Improvement Lighting District No. 4 in the City of Whitefish, Montana, to defray the cost of improvements in said Special Improvement Lighting District (p. 323) vi) Resolution No. 15 - ___; A Resolution levying and assessing a tax on each lot or parcel of land in the City lying within the boundaries of the City's Parkland and Greenway Maintenance District (p. 325) vii) Resolution No. 15 - ___; A Resolution levying and assessing a tax on each lot or parcel of land in the City lying within the boundaries of the City's Stormwater Improvement and Maintenance District (p. 327) viii) Resolution No. 15 - ___; A Resolution levying and assessing a tax on each lot or parcel of land in said City lying within the boundaries of Special Improvement Parking District No. 155 to defray the cost of creation of said District and of the improvements therein (p. 329) City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 7 of 484

ix) Resolution No. 15 - ___; A Resolution levying and assessing a tax on each lot or parcel of land lying within the boundaries of Special Improvement District No. 166 (JP Road) to defray the cost of creation of said District and of the improvements therein (p. 330) x) Resolution No. 15-___; A Resolution levying and assessing costs from certain properties within the City for the extermination and removal of noxious weeds pursuant to Title 4, Chapter 3, of the Whitefish City Code; and for the removal of ice, snow, slush or other impediments pursuant to Title 7, Chapter 2, of the Whitefish City Code (p. 331) xi) Resolution No. 15-___; A Resolution levying and assessing costs from certain properties within the City for the collection of utility service charges pursuant to Title 8, Chapter 1, of the Whitefish City Code (p. 333) 7) COMMUNICATIONS FROM PLANNING AND BUILDING DIRECTOR a) Consideration of an application from Jeff Swenson of Dear Tracs Residences for a preliminary plat of a minor subdivision at 6348 Hwy 93 South (p. 336) 8) COMMUNICATIONS FROM CITY MANAGER a) Written report enclosed with the packet. Questions from Mayor or Council? (p. 364) b) Other items arising between August 12th and August 17th c) Consideration of approving a contract with Martel Construction for the construction of the City Hall and Parking Structure project (p. 366) d) Consideration of approving Amendment #1 in the amount of $1,401,565 to the contract with Martel Construction for the first three guaranteed maximum price contracts for abatement of hazardous materials (asbestos), demolition of the five buildings on the City Hall half block, construction of the rammed aggregate piers foundation system and for Martel’s General Conditions part of their proposal (p. 441) e) Resolution No. 15 -___; A Resolution declaring certain property to be unneeded and obsolete, and authorizing the disposal of such property (p. 471) 9) COMMUNICATIONS FROM MAYOR AND CITY COUNCILORS a) Letter from Montana West Economic Development Corporation requesting partnering or co-sponsoring a “Summit” meeting on affordable workforce housing on September 24th (p. 482) b) Consideration of approving a letter to submit as comments on the Environmental Impact Statement for the Tongue River Railroad project in eastern Montana (p. 483) 10) ADJOURNMENT

(Resolution 08-10 establishes 11:00 p.m. as end of meeting unless extended to 11:30 by majority)

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The following Principles for Civil Dialogue are adopted on 2/20/2007 for use by the City Council and by all boards, committees and personnel of the City of Whitefish: 

We provide a safe environment where individual perspectives are respected, heard, and acknowledged.



We are responsible for respectful and courteous dialogue and participation.



We respect diverse opinions as a means to find solutions based on common ground.



We encourage participation.



We encourage creative approaches to engage public participation.



We value informed decision-making and take personal responsibility to educate and be educated.



We believe that respectful public dialogue fosters healthy community relationships, understanding, and problem-solving.



We acknowledge, consider and respect the natural tensions created by collaboration, change and transition.



We follow the rules and guidelines established for each meeting.

and

value

broad

community

Adopted by Resolution 07-09 February 20, 2007 City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 9 of 484

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August 12, 2015 The Honorable Mayor Muhlfeld and City Councilors City of Whitefish Whitefish, Montana

Mayor Muhlfeld and City Councilors: Monday, August 17, 2015 City Council Agenda Report There will be a work session on Monday at 5:30 p.m. for a Quarterly Litigation Update and at 6:45 p.m. for an interview for a vacancy on the Whitefish Housing Authority. Food will be provided. The regular Council meeting will begin at 7:10 p.m.

CONSENT AGENDA (The consent agenda is a means of expediting routine matters that require the Council’s action. Debate does not typically occur on consent agenda items. Any member of the Council may remove any item for debate. Such items will typically be debated and acted upon prior to proceeding to the rest of the agenda. Ordinances require 4 votes for passage – Section 1-6-2 (E)(3) WCC)

a) Minutes from the August 3, 2015 City Council regular session (p. 32) b) Ordinance No. 15-13; An Ordinance rezoning approximately 3.6 acres of land located adjacent to Reservoir Road and Wheeler Lane, to become a part of 1735 East Lakeshore Drive, Section 24, Township 31 North, Range 22 West, Whitefish, Montana, from County RR-1 (Low Density Resort Residential) to City WRR-1 (Low Density Resort Residential District) and adopting Findings with respect to such rezone (Second Reading) (p. 38) c) Ordinance No. 15-14: An Ordinance rezoning approximately 9.99 acres of land located at 325 Monegan Road, Section 5, Township 30 North, Range 21 West, Whitefish, Montana, from County SAG-10 (Suburban Agriculture) to City WA (Agricultural District) and adopting Findings with respect to such rezone (Second Reading) (p. 41) d) Consideration of approving an application from Steven and Stacie Gorder for Whitefish Lake Lakeshore Permit (#WLP-15-W25A) at 1716 West Lakeshore Drive for removal of 285 Square feet of boathouse with hand tools and restoration of removal area with gravel fill, install new façade and stacked rock foundation under front of boathouse subject to 10 conditions (p. 44)

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e) Consideration of approving application from J. Richard Bevill for a final plat for the 407 Colorado Avenue subdivision located at 407 Colorado Avenue (p. 62) f) Consideration of approving a boundary line adjustment (exempt from subdivision review) for Dear Tracs subdivision at 6348 Hwy 93 South to provide the required rightof-way for Baker Avenue that was a condition of the Hampton Inn and Suites project approval (p. 96) g) Resolution No. 15-___; A Resolution indicating its intent to change the name of Third Street west of State Park Road in Patton's Subdivision to Salmon Run (p. 98) h) Consideration of City Clerk's request to correct City Council minutes from July 20, 2015 meeting (p. 101) RECOMMENDATION: Staff respectfully recommends the City Council approve the Consent Agenda. Items a and h are administrative matters, items b through f are quasi-judicial matters, and item g is a legislative matter.

PUBLIC HEARINGS (Items will be considered for action after public hearings) (Resolution No. 07-33 establishes a 30 minute time limit for applicant’s land use presentations. Ordinances require 4 votes for passage – Section 1-6-2 (E)(3) WCC))

a) Ordinance No. 15-12; An Ordinance setting forth the formula to be used in determining assessments for properties in a proposed Special Assessment District to finance a portion of the costs of a downtown parking structure and calling a public hearing thereon (Second Reading) (p. 105) I have a very detailed memo on the history of this Special Assessment District for the Parking Structure, the assessment method proposed in the ordinance, the Resolution, and updates on the current level of protests that we have received in the packet. RECOMMENDATION: Staff respectfully recommends the City Council, after considering testimony at the Public Hearing, that the City Council approve Ordinance No. 15-12; An Ordinance setting forth the formula to be used in determining assessments for properties in a proposed Special Assessment District to finance a portion of the costs of a downtown parking structure and calling a public hearing thereon at Second Reading. This item is a legislative matter.

b) Resolution No. 15-___; A Resolution relating to Special Improvement District No. 167; Creating the District for the purpose of undertaking certain local improvements and financing the costs thereof and incidental thereto through the issuance of Special Improvement District Bonds secured by the City’s Special Improvement District Revolving Fund (p. 131)

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I have a very detailed memo on the history of this Special Assessment District for the Parking Structure, the assessment method proposed in the ordinance, the Resolution, and updates on the current level of protests that we have received in the packet. RECOMMENDATION: Staff respectfully recommends the City Council, after considering testimony at the Public Hearing, that the City Council approve A Resolution relating to Special Improvement District No. 167; Creating the District for the purpose of undertaking certain local improvements and financing the costs thereof and incidental thereto through the issuance of Special Improvement District Bonds secured by the City’s Special Improvement District Revolving Fund. This item is a legislative matter. c) FY16 Budget, Tax Levy, and Assessments Public Hearing: (p. 190) i) Resolution No. 15 - ___; A Resolution accepting and approving the Municipal Budget for the City of Whitefish for the 2016 Fiscal Year Commencing July 1, 2015, in its final form (p. 193) ii) Resolution No. 15 - ___; A Resolution (1) budgeting additional property tax revenue, (2) determining the property tax mills to be levied on all taxable property within the corporate limits of the City of Whitefish, and (3) levying and assessing all special improvement assessments and other assessments on real estate within the Districts for the 2016 fiscal year (p. 316) iii) Resolution No. 15 - ___; A Resolution levying and assessing a tax on each lot or parcel of land in the City lying within the boundaries of the City's Street Maintenance District to defray the costs of street improvements (p. 319) iv) Resolution No. 15 - ___; A Resolution levying and assessing a tax upon all real estate in Special Improvement Lighting District No. 1 in the City of Whitefish, Montana, to defray the cost of improvements in said Special Improvement Lighting District (p. 321) v) Resolution No. 15 - ___; A Resolution levying and assessing a tax upon all real estate in Special Improvement Lighting District No. 4 in the City of Whitefish, Montana, to defray the cost of improvements in said Special Improvement Lighting District (p. 323) vi) Resolution No. 15 - ___; A Resolution levying and assessing a tax on each lot or parcel of land in the City lying within the boundaries of the City's Parkland and Greenway Maintenance District (p. 325) vii) Resolution No. 15 - ___; A Resolution levying and assessing a tax on each lot or parcel of land in the City lying within the boundaries of the City's Stormwater Improvement and Maintenance District (p. 327) viii) Resolution No. 15 - ___; A Resolution levying and assessing a tax on each lot or parcel of land in said City lying within the boundaries of Special Improvement Parking District No. 155 to defray the cost of creation of said District and of the improvements therein (p. 329) ix) Resolution No. 15 - ___; A Resolution levying and assessing a tax on each lot or parcel of land lying within the boundaries of Special Improvement District

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No. 166 (JP Road) to defray the cost of creation of said District and of the improvements therein (p. 330) x) Resolution No. 15-___; A Resolution levying and assessing costs from certain properties within the City for the extermination and removal of noxious weeds pursuant to Title 4, Chapter 3, of the Whitefish City Code; and for the removal of ice, snow, slush or other impediments pursuant to Title 7, Chapter 2, of the Whitefish City Code (p. 331) xi) Resolution No. 15-___; A Resolution levying and assessing costs from certain properties within the City for the collection of utility service charges pursuant to Title 8, Chapter 1, of the Whitefish City Code (p. 333)

The FY16 budget is updated for all of the City Council decisions made since I transmitted the proposed budget in May. It is in the packet and the transmittal memo which highlights all of the important issues is updated and in the budget. RECOMMENDATION: Staff respectfully recommends the City Council, after considering testimony at the public hearing, approve 11 Resolutions approving the FY16 budget and the property tax and assessments levies. These items are legislative matters.

COMMUNICATIONS FROM PLANNING AND BUILDING DIRECTOR a) Consideration of an application from Jeff Swenson of Dear Tracs Residences for a preliminary plat of a minor subdivision at 6348 Hwy 93 South (p. 336) From Senior Planner Wendy Compton-Ring’s staff report: BACKGROUND INFORMATION On March 16, 2015, the Whitefish City Council granted a Planned Unit Development approval to the Montana Development Group to construct a 60-unit apartment project. The dry cleaner building, located on the eastern portion of the property, was not a part of the PUD overlay nor was it part of the overall density calculations for the apartment project.

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PROJECT SCOPE This is a request for preliminary plat approval of a two-lot subdivision. The subject property is approximately 4.493-acres. Currently, there is a commercial business (dry cleaner business) which will remain on Lot 2. Lot 2 will be 0.575 acres and traffic will circulate onto the new east-west public road. Once the new east-west public road is constructed, the two driveways onto Highway 93 S from Lot 2 will be eliminated. Lot 1 will be 3.917 acres and will be the location of the Whitefish Crossing apartment project. Access for apartments will be off the new east-west public road.

Driveway to be eliminated

A.

Owner/Applicant: Dear Track Residences c/o Jeff Swenson 492 E 2nd Street Whitefish, MT 59937

Business to be on Lot 2

Technical Assistance: Sands Surveying, Inc c/o Eric Mulcahy 2 Village Loop Kalispell, MT 59901

B. Location: The property is located on the west side of Highway 93 S at 6348 Highway 93 S. The property can be legally described as Amended Plat of Lot 2, Dear Tracs Subdivision in Section 1, Township 30N, Range 22W, P.M.M., Flathead County, Montana. C. Size: The subject property is 4.493-acres in size and Lot 1 is proposed to be 3.917 acres (2.982 acres after the public right-of-way is dedicated to the City) and Lot 2 is proposed to be 0.575 acres. D. Existing Land Use and Zoning: The subject property is zoned WB-2, Secondary Business District and WB2/WLR/WPUD Secondary Business District/One-Family Limited Residential District

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with a Planned Unit Development overlay and is partially developed with two commercial uses – a dry cleaner and a drive-up coffee stand. The drive-up coffee stand will be located on Lot 1 until removed or relocated when the road construction commences and the apartments are developed.

RECOMMENDATION: Staff respectfully recommends the City Council approve an application from Jeff Swenson of Dear Tracs Residences for a preliminary plat of a minor subdivision at 6348 Hwy 93 South subject to 7 conditions. This item is a quasi-judicial matter.

COMMUNICATIONS FROM CITY MANAGER a) Written report enclosed with the packet. Questions from Mayor or Council? (p. 364) b) Other items arising between August 12th and August 17th c) Consideration of approving a contract with Martel Construction for the construction of the City Hall and Parking Structure project (p. 366) Introduction/History On November 3, 2014, the City Council approved using the Construction Manager At Risk method of bidding for the construction of the future City Hall and Parking Structure. Below is some background on that method of bidding and construction. For the construction of municipal buildings and infrastructure projects, cities have long used and often been required to use what is called the “Design-Bid-Build” method. This method is where the city uses a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) or Request For Proposals (RFP) to select an architect or engineer (depending on type of project), the architect/engineer then designs the project and uses recent bidding information or standards to estimate cost, and finally the project is bid out and awarded to the lowest responsible bidder. Because of some of the problems inherent in such methods (disagreements between architect and contractor and building owner, not using contractor knowledge and expertise in designing the building, increasing number of change orders, etc.), the private construction world and later the public construction world started considering and often using either “Design-Build” or “Construction Manager At Risk” methods of competitive selection and construction of projects in a number of situations. In 2005, the Montana Legislature approved using alternative construction methods such as Design-Build or Construction Manager At Risk. The law is now codified as Section 18-2-501et. seq. MCA. To use this method of selecting a General

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Contractor/Construction Manager (GC/CM), a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) is issued for construction firms to submit their qualifications. Then the applicants are narrowed down to a smaller number of firms who are asked to submit a Request for Proposals (RFP) with more detailed information. On January 20, 2015, the City Council approved the selection of Martel Construction as the City’s General Contractor/Construction Manager (GC/CM). The motion was: Councilor Hildner made a motion, second by Councilor Sweeney, to select Martel Construction as the city's General Contractor/Construction Manager for the new City Hall & Parking Structure, and to authorize Manager Stearns to enter into negotiations with Martel Construction for a contract to be presented for future City Council Approval. The motion passed unanimously.

Current Report In February, I sent Martel Construction a proposed contract that I had prepared and City Attorney Mary VanBuskirk had reviewed. The contract template was based on a City of Helena and State GC/CM contract for an office building and parking structure in Helena. It took quite a while for Martel Construction to review the contract and be comfortable with a form different than the typical American Institute of Architects (AIA) contract form. We prefer to use our own form of contract because of problems in the past with AIA contract forms. Martel Construction returned a marked up contract to me last week and Mary and I have reviewed their mark-ups and the contract in the packet is agreeable to both parties. The main aspects of the contract are: 1. The initial costs of the contract are: a. $18,000 for pre-construction services done by Martel (Section 3.9.3) b. Contractor’s general conditions for such conditions specified in bidding documents $557,391 – see attachment for General Conditions listing (General Conditions will also be Amendment #1 to the contract) c. Construction Management Fee – 4.5% of Guaranteed Maximum Price or actual costs. 2. Warranty of 1year in Section 3.5 3. Provision of Owner’s Representative in Section 4.2.1. 4. Damages – Section 8.1.6 The Guaranteed Maximum Price will be determined once construction drawings are finished. This contract anticipates that some preliminary contracts for asbestos abatements of existing buildings, demolition of existing buildings, and the installation of the foundation rammed aggregate piers will be done as amendments to this main contract, prior to the guaranteed maximum price being determined. These amendments are necessary in order to begin demolition and the foundation prior to the construction drawings being finished.

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Financial Requirement There are initially three financial components to this contract as described above. The City Hall and Parking Structure Construction Fund will pay these costs. Most of that fund comes from Tax Increment Funds either set aside historically or from the upcoming TIF revenue bond which First Interstate Bank and Glacier Bank have agreed to underwrite. If the City Council approves the SID #167 for the Parking Structure, that will provide $750,000 towards the cost of the Parking Structure.

RECOMMENDATION: Staff respectfully recommends the City Council approve a construction contract with Martel Construction as the General Contractor/Construction Manager for the future City Hall/Parking Structure project and authorize the City Manager to sign the contract. This item is a legislative matter.

d) Consideration of approving Amendment #1 in the amount of $1,401,565 to the contract with Martel Construction for the first three guaranteed maximum price contracts for abatement of hazardous materials (asbestos), demolition of the five buildings on the City Hall half block, construction of the rammed aggregate piers foundation system and for Martel’s General Conditions part of their proposal (p. 441) On November 3, 2014, the City Council approved using the Construction Manager At Risk method of bidding for the construction of the future City Hall and Parking Structure. On January 20, 2015, the City Council approved the selection of Martel Construction as the City’s General Contractor/Construction Manager (GC/CM). The motion was: Councilor Hildner made a motion, second by Councilor Sweeney, to select Martel Construction as the city's General Contractor/Construction Manager for the new City Hall & Parking Structure, and to authorize Manager Stearns to enter into negotiations with Martel Construction for a contract to be presented for future City Council Approval. The motion passed unanimously.

On the August 17, 2015 agenda, you have an agenda item to consider and approve a GC/CM contract with Martel Construction. That contract anticipates a number of amendments along the way, including an amendment for a Guaranteed Maximum Price contract once the construction drawings are completed. In order to begin asbestos abatement of existing buildings, demolition of existing buildings, and to begin the foundation with rammed aggregate piers, an amendment is necessary.

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Martel Construction has taken and opened bids for asbestos abatement, demolition, and installation of the rammed aggregate piers which are necessary to support the foundation (see attached page for a description of rammed aggregate piers). In addition to those costs, they are entitled to indirect costs of liability insurance and the 1% Gross Receipts Tax in addition to their 4.5% construction fee which was part of their proposal submitted in response to our RFP, and contingency (which will not be spent or paid unless needed). Martel’s submittal for Amendment #1 is included with this report in the packet. Our architect Ben Tintinger and our Owner’s Representative Mike Cronquist have reviewed this amendment and find that it is proper. The City Hall and Parking Structure Construction Fund will pay these costs. Most of that fund comes from Tax Increment Funds either set aside historically or from the upcoming TIF revenue bond which First Interstate Bank and Glacier Bank have agreed to underwrite. If the City Council approves the SID #167 for the Parking Structure, that will provide $750,000 towards the cost of the Parking Structure.

RECOMMENDATION: Staff respectfully recommends the City Council approve Amendment #1 to the construction contract with Martel Construction as the General Contractor/Construction Manager for the future City Hall/Parking Structure project and authorize the City Manager to sign the Amendment. This item is a legislative matter.

e) Resolution No. 15 -___; A Resolution declaring certain property to be unneeded and obsolete, and authorizing the disposal of such property (p. 471) With the impending move to an interim City Hall and the demolition of the City Hall buildings, we are planning to hold a surplus property auction on September 5, 2015 prior to the half block being fenced off for the demolition and construction. I have prepared the necessary resolution declaring all of the items that we will sell as surplus or dispose of and that resolution is in the packet. There is a catch-all item in the list for any items which the Departments do not move to the interim City Hall at Stampede Square as some of those items may not be determined until moving day. I have engaged Roshon’s Auction Service to serve as the auctioneer on September 5th. The City will receive the proceeds from the auction after the costs of the auction are deducted. The auctioneer gets 15% of the sale price plus has some fixed costs for additional personnel (hourly rate) and advertising.

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RECOMMENDATION: Staff respectfully recommends the City Council approve Resolution No. 15-___; A Resolution declaring certain property to be unneeded and obsolete, and authorizing the disposal of such property. This item is a legislative matter.

COMMUNICATIONS FROM MAYOR AND CITY COUNCILORS a) Letter from Montana West Economic Development Corporation requesting partnering or co-sponsoring a “Summit” meeting on affordable workforce housing on September 24th (p. 482) b) Consideration of approving a letter to submit as comments on the Environmental Impact Statement for the Tongue River Railroad project in eastern Montana (p. 483) ADJOURNMENT

Sincerely,

Chuck Stearns, City Manager

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ORDINANCE NO. 15-_____ An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, amending Whitefish City Code Title 2, Chapter 12, regarding the membership qualifications for the Convention and Visitor Bureau Committee. WHEREAS, the City Council established the seven-member Convention and Visitor Bureau Committee as a standing committee by Ordinance No. 06-05, adopted on March 20, 2006; and WHEREAS, the City Council expanded the membership of the Convention and Visitor Bureau Committee from seven to up to nine members on July 2, 2012, by Ordinance No. 12-10; and WHEREAS, Section 2-12-3(A) provides that all nine members of the Convention and Visitor Bureau Committee shall reside within the City of Whitefish zoning jurisdiction, which no longer exists; and WHEREAS, the Convention and Visitor Bureau Committee desires to amend Subsections 2-12-2(H) and (J) and 2-12-3(A), and the Committee's By-Laws to remove the requirement to reside in or own a business located in the Whitefish zoning jurisdiction; and WHEREAS, at a lawfully noticed hearing on August 17, 2015, the Whitefish City Council received an oral report from the members of the Convention and Visitor Bureau Committee, and revised and approved the requested amendment to Subsections 2-12-2(H) and (J) and 2-12-3(A); and WHEREAS, it will be in the best interests of the City of Whitefish and its inhabitants to accept the requested amendment. NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, as follows: Section 1: Subsection 2-12-2(H) and (J) and 2-12-3(A) are hereby amended in its entirety to provide as follows: PURPOSE, POWERS, PROCESSES AND DUTIES: The purpose 2-12-2: and duties of the committee are: H.

To solicit nonvoting members residing in or owning a business located in the city of Whitefish zoning jurisdiction Whitefish Postal District (59937), if the committee determines it to be in the best interests of the committee and in the best interests of tourism promotion; such members may be required by the committee to pay an annual fee for membership;

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J.

To create a new classification of members, to be called "lodging associate members", which would have the following characteristics: 1.

The associate member must have a Whitefish street address (including 59937 zip code) and a Whitefish telephone number.

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The associate member must provide a significant activity, experience or service that is not already provided in the Whitefish zoning jurisdiction, as determined annually by the board of the WCVB Postal District (59937).

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The associate member must agree to all obligations and duties applicable to regular members of the WCVB.

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The associate member must be nominated by a convention and visitor bureau standing city committee member (board member of the WCVB) and be approved by a majority of the standing city committee (board of the WCVB).

Associate members cannot participate in the nomination or recommendation of board positions, nor can they serve on the board. Otherwise, however, they will have the same rights as other members. 2-12-3: A.

MEMBERSHIP: Appointment; Compensation: The committee shall have up to nine (9) members. Members shall be appointed by the city council. At least seven (7) members shall reside in the city of Whitefish zoning jurisdictionPostal District (59937). Two (2) members may reside in Flathead County, but outside the city of Whitefish zoning jurisdictionPostal District (59937), as long as the member has an ownership interest or managerial position at a business located and operating within the City of Whitefish zoning jurisdictionPostal District (59937). The city council shall endeavor to appoint members who represent one of the following business categories, and that have broad experience in and a current understanding of the following types of businesses: Finance Large lodging properties Restaurant and bar business Retail businesses Small lodging properties Transportation business Whitefish golf course Whitefish Mountain Resort

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The city clerk shall make a notation of a member's representation category and a member's residence to facilitate appointment to categories not represented. However, the city council shall be entitled to appoint those individuals that it determines most qualified, regardless of representation category. The city council may appoint one of its members to serve as an ex officio (nonvoting) member of the committee. Committee members shall receive no compensation. Section 2:

All other provisions of Title 2, Chapter 12, shall remain unmodified.

Section 3: The Bylaws of the Convention and Visitor Bureau Committee shall be amended accordingly. Section 4: In the event any word, phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph, section or other part of the Ordinance set forth herein is held invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, such judgment shall affect only that part held invalid, and the remaining provisions thereof shall continue in full force and effect. Section 5: This Ordinance shall take effect thirty (30) days after its adoption by the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, and signing by the Mayor thereof. PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WHITEFISH, MONTANA, ON THIS ________ DAY OF _______________, 2015.

John M. Muhlfeld, Mayor

ATTEST:

Necile Lorang, City Clerk

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Whitefish Convention and Visitors Bureau Board Meeting MINUTES Monday, June 8, 2015 3:00 p.m. Rocky Mountain Lodge Welcome Erica Terrell, chair of the WCVB, commenced the meeting at 3:05pm. Introductions Board Members: Erica Terrell, Zak Anderson, Nick Polumbus, Rhonda Fitzgerald, Jason St. Clair, Jennifer Fisher, Luke Walrath. Excused Absence: Jake Cook, Scott Ringer Note: Quorum met with seven of nine members present. Staff & Agencies: Dylan Boyle (WCVB Director), Jessica Downing (WCVB Marketing Coordinator), Brian Schott (LJ Communications), Jen Frandsen and Tiffany Nitschke (Old Town Creative). Public Attendees: Alicia Thompson, Lin Akey, Paul Johannsen Approval of Minutes Nick made a motion to approve the minutes from March 26, 2015. Zak seconded the motion and it was approved unanimously. Public Comment Paul Johanssen, president of the Whitefish Winter Carnival, formally requested $3,000 of travel assistance to help with upcoming travel of the Whitefish Winter Carnival float and operators to participate in parades in Cranbrook, B.C. (Sam Steele Days), Calgary, AB (Calgary Stampede), Libby and Missoula. On another subject, Paul is also the chairman of Glacier AERO and provided an update on the winter Chicago flight to GPIA. The flight was complete the first week of April, with an average load factor of 67%. Out of the $236,000 of revenue guarantee (MRG) put up by Glacier AERO for the flight, United provided a final invoice of only $16,600. AERO is now meeting with United to being the conversation to renew MRG for the same flight for next year as well as asking about an additional weekday flight. AERO is looking at alternative funding possibilities for building the MRG fund for future flights and to continue existing flights as necessary. Alicia Thompson, representing Delaware North, said that she will be the primary marketing and sales contact for the Rocky Mountain Lodge for the next few months while Mary Smith is on maternity leave. She also mentioned that Delaware North has launched a temporary new website for Pine Lodge (www.thepinelodge.com). PR Report Brian Schott gave the report on behalf of LJ Communications. Lisa Jones was traveling for Montana SuperHost. Brian reported that they hosted journalist Mattie Bamman who was on assignment for Northwest Travel magazine (April 2-5). They also hosted journalist Tina Lassen (May 14-18) who was on assignment for Endless Vacation Magazine. Lisa set up a press trip for blogger Leigh McAdam with HikeBikeTravel.com (April 24-26). Leigh did several nice posts about the Whitefish Bike Retreat and biking in Glacier National Park.

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Brian reported that they had worked with author Bess Lovejoy from New York City on an article for Smithsonian Magazine on the 20 Best Small Towns to Visit in 2015. The CultureTrip.com had a recent great review on Whitefish’s 10 Best Restaurants. Whitefish made it to Round 2 in Outside Magazine’s Best Towns contest. Glenwood Springs, CO defeated Whitefish with 50.18% of the vote: 9,994 to 9,922. Chattanooga, TN was the overall winner. The PR team did not actively promote this as it did not fully align with the WCVB mission, but editors will be following up with coverage of all 64 towns that competed. The PR team is working with the BMCA on a SNOW Bus press release for the service that begins July 1. Although the PR team does not actively recruit journalists during the busy summer season, they do work with tourism partners. Upcoming media visits include June 19-21 visit by Instagram sensations “Fashion by Mayhem” arranged through Glacier Country Tourism, June 23-28 visit by Marlynn Jayme Schotland, Editor at Urban Bliss Life. The PR team will also work with Glacier Country on a “Fall in Glacier National Park” press trip slated for September 15 –20. Joel Zuckerman, a golf writer for National Rental Car, is interested in a September press visit that could help promote local charities as well. Brian and Lisa are also working with Glacier Country Tourism on media events in San Francisco, Seattle and Portland. New this year, they are adding Chicago as a media event location. On the web site, the PR team is working with Old Town Creative to move the Whitefish News Room site to integrate with ExploreWhitefish.com which will serve journalists better and help with branding. Marketing Committee Spring Campaign Update Coastal Mountain Culture - Warm 2015, Full page ad Kootenay Mountain Culture - Warm 2015, Full page ad Northwest Travel Magazine - May/June, 1/2 page ad National Geographic Traveler- May, 1/6 page ad OutThere Monthly - April, 1/2 page ad + Online ad April/May OnTheSnow.com - (Chicago/Seattle/Portland) /9/15 – 3/23/15 Seattle Tripster eNews - 3/10/15 + 4/14/15 Sojern (5/8/15 - 6/30/15) Fall Opportunities Sojern. Fall 15. Online iExplore. Sept-Jan 15/16. Online Opera MediaWorks. Oct 15. Mobile National Geographic Traveler. Oct 15. Print Backpacker Magazine. Fall 15. Print/OnlineEnews Seattle Magazine. Aug-Sept 15. Print/Enews KEXP Radio. September 15. Radio Website Report Jen Frandsen provided a copy of the latest website report from Old Town Creative to the WCVB Board. For the fiscal year to date, website sessions are up 14.46% and the number of users are up 15.45% over the same period from last year.

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New Business WCVB Bylaws Dylan reported to the Board that as a result of the City of Whitefish zoning jurisdiction changes with Flathead County over the past year, it is advisable for Board to examine the current WCVB Bylaws to make any necessary changes regarding language on zoning jurisdiction. A lengthy discussion ensued among members of the board. MOTION: Zak made an amended motion to make the following changes to Section H. and Section J. in 2-12-2: Purpose, Powers, Process and Duties of City Code 12: Whitefish Convention and Visitor Bureau. Luke seconded the motion and the motion passed unanimously. 2-12-2: PURPOSE, POWERS, PROCESS AND DUTIES: Section H: To solicit nonvoting members residing in or owning a business located in the city of Whitefish zoning jurisdiction, if the committee determines it to be in the best interests of the committee and in the best interests of tourism promotion; such members may be required by the committee to pay an annual fee for membership; Section H: To solicit nonvoting members residing in or owning a business located in the Whitefish Postal District (59937), if the committee determines it to be in the best interests of the committee and in the best interests of tourism promotion; such members may be required by the committee to pay an annual fee for membership; Section J. To create a new classification of members, to be called "lodging associate members", which would have the following characteristics: 1. The associate member must have a Whitefish street address (including 59937 zip code) and a Whitefish telephone number. 2. The associate member must provide a significant activity, experience or service that is not already provided in the Whitefish zoning jurisdiction, as determined annually by the board of the WCVB. 3. The associate member must agree to all obligations and duties applicable to regular members of the WCVB. 4. The associate member must be nominated by a convention and visitor bureau standing city committee member (board member of the WCVB) and be approved by a majority of the standing city committee (board of the WCVB). Associate members cannot participate in the nomination or recommendation of board positions, nor can they serve on the board. Otherwise, however, they will have the same rights as other members. (Ord. 07-23, 7-16-2007) Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to provide the committee with the power to authorize the use of public funds other than those funds specifically identified in the committee's annual budget and approved by the Whitefish city council. The committee shall be entitled to conduct fundraising activities, including charging a membership fee, and expend any funds raised for purposes related to tourism promotion. In conducting fundraising activities, the committee shall not be entitled to incur indebtedness that could be charged against the city. (Ord. 06-05, 3-20-2006) Section J. To create a new classification of members, to be called "associate members", which would have the following characteristics: 1. The associate member must provide a significant activity, experience or service that is not already provided in the Whitefish Postal District (59937). 2. The associate member must agree to all obligations and duties applicable to regular members of the WCVB. 3. The associate member must be nominated by a convention and visitor bureau standing city committee member (board member of the WCVB) and be approved by a majority of the standing city committee (board of the WCVB). Associate members cannot participate in the nomination or

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recommendation of board positions, nor can they serve on the board. Otherwise, however, they will have the same rights as other members. (Ord. 07-23, 7-16-2007) Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to provide the committee with the power to authorize the use of public funds other than those funds specifically identified in the committee's annual budget and approved by the Whitefish city council. The committee shall be entitled to conduct fundraising activities, including charging a membership fee, and expend any funds raised for purposes related to tourism promotion. In conducting fundraising activities, the committee shall not be entitled to incur indebtedness that could be charged against the city. (Ord. 06-05, 3-20-2006) ACTION: Dylan will now work with City Attorney Mary Van Buskirk to draft an ordinance of the following changes to present to the Whitefish City Council. Chamber MOU Dylan met with Kevin Gartland, Director of the Whitefish Chamber of Commerce, to discuss the “Visitors Information and Fulfillment Services” MOU which currently exists between the two organizations. This document provides the roles and responsibilities of each organization regarding the walk-in visitor center, visitor information requests, telephone calls, and email requests. Dylan and Kevin briefly discussed a few small changes to the document, including extending the agreement to a three year period, renewable at that time by both parties. The Board of Directors of the Chamber approved the changes and Dylan has brought forth the MOU to the WCVB Board of Directors for approval. A discussion ensued, particularly around Section E. on page 3 (Information Displays) as it relates to the new West Glacier Visitor Center. The WCVB Board wants to make sure that the official Whitefish Travel Guides and Whitefish Town Maps will be available at the West Glacier Visitor Center. MOTION: Rhonda made a motion to approve the signing of the MOU with the Whitefish Chamber of Commerce. Zak seconded the motion and the motion passed unanimously. Amtrak Winter Promo Dylan reported that he has received a preliminary outline from Amtrak for a winter cooperative campaign with the WCVB and Whitefish Mountain Resort. Once a comprehensive media plan is provided by Amtrak, it will be placed in the consideration set for winter advertising opportunities. Old Business Whitefish Culinary Clash Erica reported no new news but will be speaking with the Flathead Beacon again shortly regarding seasonal timing for the event. Director Report Upcoming Events, Meetings, and Deadlines June 12: AERO Meeting (Kalispell) June 16: FCEDA AERO Presentation June 17: Glacier Country FAM June 20: Femme/Velo Bicycle Tour (Whitefish) August 10: WCVB Board Meeting 2015 Lodging Tax Revenue (Whitefish) 1/1 - 3/31 $113,101 Total

$113,101

(-2%) (-2%)

The Department of Revenue reports statewide collections are up 1% from calendar 2015

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FY15 - Resort Tax Revenue (Whitefish) January 2015 – March 2015 (Q3) April 2015

(+1.6%) (+10%)

Total FY15

(+5.46%)

Resort Tax increases to 3% on July 1, 2015 Financial Report Rhonda reported that income and expenditures are tracking to meet FY15 goals, which ends in a few weeks. MOTION: Jennifer made a motion to approve the financials as presented. Jason seconded the motion and it passed unanimously. Other WCVB E-Board Packet Dylan asked the Board if they would still prefer a printed packet for the meetings or if they would be willing to forgo the paper and utilize the e-packet already being sent out prior to the meeting. A discussion ensued, where Board members would be willing to use the e-packet as long as it was sent out as early as possible prior to the meeting. In addition, Dylan will include in his meeting announcement that any Board member wanting a fully printed packet can notify him prior to the meeting and he will accommodate his request. The Board also asked that a full extra printed packet be available at the meeting for the public. Go Local Campaign Rhonda reported that the Whitefish City Council has asked for $25,000 in the FY16 City of Whitefish budget for a campaign to encourage locals to continue shopping in Whitefish. Rhonda stated that since many WCVB members are retail and restaurants, that it would be beneficial for the WCVB to help financially back this campaign in order to drive as much business as possible. Research does indicate that our geotraveler target market is very interested in supporting local amenities. MOTION: Zak made a potion to put $3,000 from FY15 retained earnings toward this campaign. Jennifer seconded the motion and the motion passed unanimously. Whitefish Winter Carnival A discussion among the Board ensued regarding the Whitefish Winter Carnival travel sponsorship request of $3,000 from the public comment period of the meeting. In the past, the WCVB has provided $1,500 for this promotion request and has budgeted that same amount for FY16. MOTION: Nick made a motion to provide the Whitefish Winter Carnival with the $3,000 travel sponsorship request. The funds will come from FY16 Promotions for the amount of $1,500, and an additional $1,500 from Retained Earnings. Zak seconded the motion. The motion passed on a 6-1 margin with Rhonda casting a vote against. Zak moved and Jason seconded a motion to adjourn at 6:00 pm. The next meeting will be at 3:00 p.m. on Monday, August 10th Location: Rocky Mountain Lodge

Signature:

Date: 8-10-15

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WHITEFISH CITY COUNCIL August 3, 2015 7:10 P.M. 1)

CALL TO ORDER

Mayor Muhlfeld called the meeting to order. Councilors present were Barberis, Frandsen, Feury, Sweeney, Fitzgerald and Hildner. City Staff present were City Manager Stearns, City Clerk Lorang, City Attorney Jacobs, Finance Director Smith, Senior Planner Compton-Ring, Interim Public Works Director Hilding, Parks and Recreation Director Butts, and Interim Fire Chief Page. Deputy City Attorney Curtis was in the audience. Approximately 18 people were in the audience. 2)

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Mayor Muhlfeld asked Heidi Desch to lead the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance.

ADMINISTRATION OF OATH Mayor Muhlfeld said at this time he will administer the Oath to the new Deputy City Attorney Kristi Curtis who started with the City of Whitefish today. Following her Oath, Deputy City Attorney Curtis was welcomed to the staff. 3) COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE PUBLIC – (This time is set aside for the public to comment on items that are

either on the agenda, but not a public hearing or on items not on the agenda. City officials do not respond during these comments, but may respond or follow-up later on the agenda or at another time. The Mayor has the option of limiting such communications to three minutes depending on the number of citizens who want to comment and the length of the meeting agenda)

None 4) COMMUNICATIONS FROM VOLUNTEER BOARDS Councilor Hildner reported he had attended last week’s Recreation/Conservation (a subcommittee of the Legacy Lands Advisory Committee) committee meeting. An issue that took up much of the discussion was parking at Spencer Lake. Also last week he attended the City Hall subcommittee meeting as the Council alternate where design elements of both the exterior and the interior were discussed. More discussion is scheduled for the next meeting. At this morning’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Path Advisory Committee meeting they discussed trail signage along the new construction on Hwy 93 W for connection to the Lion Mountain Loop and Whitefish Trail. A sub-committee of stakeholders was formed to study solutions and he volunteered to be the Council’s representative. 5) CONSENT AGENDA

(The consent agenda is a means of expediting routine matters that require the Council’s action. Debate does not typically occur on consent agenda items. Any member of the Council may remove any item for debate. Such items will typically be debated and acted upon prior to proceeding to the rest of the agenda. Ordinances require 4 votes for passage – Section 1-6-2 (E)(3) WCC)

a) Minutes from the July 20, 2015 City Council regular session (p. 12) Councilor Sweeney made a motion, second by Councilor Hildner, to approve the Consent Agenda as presented. The motion passed unanimously. 6) PUBLIC HEARINGS

(Items will be considered for action after public hearings) (Resolution No. 07-33 establishes a 30 minute time limit for applicant’s land use presentations. Ordinances require 4 votes for passage – Section 1-6-2 (E)(3) WCC))

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CITY COUNCIL MINTUES AUGUST 3, 2015

a) Ordinance No. 15-13; An Ordinance rezoning approximately 3.6 acres of land located adjacent to Reservoir Road and Wheeler Lane, to become a part of 1735 East Lakeshore Drive, Section 24, Township 31 North, Range 22 West, Whitefish, Montana, from County RR-1 (Low Density Resort Residential) to City WRR-1 (Low Density Resort Residential District) and adopting Findings with respect to such rezone. Staff Report WZC 15-02. (First Reading) (p. 25)

(CD 04:25)

Senior Planner Compton-Ring reported this is a procedure requested by the City of Whitefish to place Whitefish Zoning on land recently annexed into the City that is currently designated County RR-1. Staff’s recommendation is to rezone the property to City WRR-1 (Low Density Resort Residential), based on Review and Findings of Fact in accordance with the Whitefish Zoning Regulations. Staff published notice of this zone change and notified adjacent property owners and no public comment has been received. The City County Planning Board considered the request in a public hearing at their meeting on July 16, 2015 and voted unanimously to approve the rezone. Mayor Muhlfeld opened the public hearing; and there being no public comment, Mayor Muhlfeld closed the public hearing and turned it over to the Council for their consideration. Councilor Sweeney made a motion, second by Councilor Fitzgerald, to approve Ordinance No. 15-13; An Ordinance rezoning approximately 3.6 acres of land located adjacent to Reservoir Road and Wheeler Lane, to become a part of 1735 East Lakeshore Drive, Section 24, Township 31 North, Range 22 West, Whitefish, Montana, from County RR1 (Low Density Resort Residential) to City WRR-1 (Low Density Resort Residential District) and adopting Findings with respect to such rezone. Staff Report WZC 15-02. (First Reading) The motion passed unanimously. b) Ordinance No. 15-14; An Ordinance rezoning approximately 9.99 acres of land located at 325 Monegan Road, Section 5, Township 30 North, Range 21 West, Whitefish, Montana, from County SAG-10 (Suburban Agriculture) to City WA (Agricultural District) and adopting Findings with respect to such rezone. Staff Report WZC 15-01. (First Reading) (p. 43)

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Planner Compton-Ring reported that again, this procedure is requested by the City of Whitefish to place Whitefish Zoning on land recently annexed into the City that is currently designated with County zoning, in this case it is zoned County SAG-10. Staff recommends the property to be rezoned as City WA (Agricultural District) which is the same zoning the property carried when it had Whitefish zoning within the City’s extraterritorial zoning districts. The recommendation is based on Review and Findings of Fact in accordance with the Whitefish Zoning Regulations; the City WA Zone is the most closely consistent zone with that area that is identified as Rural in the Whitefish City-County Growth Policy. Staff published notice of this zone change and notified adjacent land owners. One comment was received but it was a comment that was against the annexation and did not address the rezone; the comment was received after the annexation was already approved by Council. The owner had requested annexation of his property to connect to City water. The City County Planning Board considered the request in a public hearing at their meeting on July 16, 2015 and voted unanimously to approve the rezone. Mayor Muhlfeld opened the public hearing; and there being no public comment, Mayor Muhlfeld closed the public hearing and turned it over to the Council for their consideration. Prior to final approval of the motion there was discussion with staff regarding their recommendation for this rezone. 2 City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 33 of 484

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Councilor Hildner made a motion, second by Councilor Frandsen, to approve Ordinance No. 15-14; An Ordinance rezoning approximately 9.99 acres of land located at 325 Monegan Road, Section 5, Township 30 North, Range 21 West, Whitefish, Montana, from County SAG-10 (Suburban Agriculture) to City WA (Agricultural District) and adopting Findings with respect to such rezone. Staff Report WZC 15-01. (First Reading) The motion passed unanimously. c) Consideration of an application from Whitefish Partners 1 LLC for a Conditional Use Permit to develop Phase II of Monterra with 54 units in four (4) buildings and complete Phase I with 12 units in one (1) building. The project is unaddressed and is bounded by Monterra on the north, Highway 40 on the south, Riverlakes Parkway on the west and Kallner Lane on the east. Staff Report WCUP 15-10. (p. 63) (CD 11:00) Planner Compton-Ring gave background information from the staff report. This project is part of the Riverside at Whitefish, a development of about 230 acres created as a neighborhood plan and was an amendment to the Whitefish City County Master Plan in 1993, followed by a series of Planned Unit Development (PUD) amendments, one of which included the Monterra Condominiums. Phase 1 of the Monterra Condominiums was developed almost completely, with the exception of two buildings with 6 units. This application requests to complete Phase 1 either with one 12-unit building, or two 6-units buildings; along with request for approval for Phase II of Monterra with 54 new units in four buildings and additional amenities. Staff recommends approval of the project following their review of the application and found it in compliance with the Whitefish Zoning Regulations and the Whitefish City-County Growth Policy. She reviewed the compliance and elements of the project for the Council from the Staff Report and highlighted some of the conditions of approval which are in the packet starting on page 65. A public notice of the application was published and notice was mailed as required; several comments were received and are included in the packet. Other comments received after the packet have been distributed to the Council tonight and will be posted at the end of the packet as ‘after packet’ materials. The City Planning Board held a public hearing on this matter on July 16, 2015, and following the hearing recommended approval of the project subject to eleven (11) Conditions of Approval as contained in the staff report and adopted the staff report as Findings of Fact. Mayor Muhlfeld opened the public hearing. Jim McLeod from Whitefish Partners, the applicant, addressed the Council, saying he was here, talking to the City Council, eleven years ago when the project started in 2004. Units sold well in 2005 and 2006, but sales dwindled in 2007 with the recession so any new construction was stopped. They have been a member of and have been attending the Homeowners Association (HOA) meetings since 2007; so over the interim they have been hearing what the current condominium owners need and want. Since 2013 the Whitefish Partners have been working on completing the development plans, and including the HOA in those discussions. From the HOA they have gathered input regarding the placement of buildings to complete Phase 1 and possibly relocating the current tennis court in Phase II. They are willing to work with the HOA and have agreed to let the HOA vote on this issue. He said he has a good working relationship with the Monterra residents, he knows that is important and will work to keep it that way. Eric Hummel, 6204 Monterra Unit K, said his family own 3 units in Monterra and he has lived there from the beginning. His experiences with the developer have been positive, and found him to be true to his word. He said the future development of Phase II has always been apparent, they have the right to do that, and he spoke in support of the project. He also spoke of his appreciation that the developer is willing to 3 City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 34 of 484

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allow the HOA to have a vote in the possible rearrangement of a new tennis courts with buildings. Tom Patterson, 6005 Unit 1, said he has been an owner in Monterra since 2005 when he bought his property and met the Whitefish Partners. Now he is a fulltime resident, but for 25 years he was a part-time resident while he was still working in real estate in Nashville, TN, where he worked with a lot of developers. He said working with Whitefish Partners has been a positive relationship, and he was aware of Phase II plans when he bought into the project in 2005. He spoke in support of the project and said he was sure the Whitefish Partners will continue to work cooperatively with the HOA. Tim Frye, 6205 Davos Lane, said he knew the Council had his letter in front of them. He said it was good to hear the developer say they will allow the HOA to vote on the position of the additional building in Phase 1; it will change the landscape and views for some and could have a negative impact on property values. Bill Mitchell, from San Diego, CA, said he has been coming to Monterra for the last five years. They enjoy coming up here every year and are now one of the perspective buyers for a condo in the new construction. His experience with this group of people in Monterra has been pleasant, and he looks forward to becoming an owner in the project, and spoke in support of its approval. June Hanson, 6205 Davos Lane, Unit L, said she was also one of the first buyers (pre-construction) ten years ago. She also was a part-time resident, but now a full-time resident in Whitefish and a potential buyer of a unit in Phase II. She said her experiences with this developer have been very positive and spoke of the cooperative relationship between the developers and the HOA. There being no further public comment, Mayor Muhlfeld closed the public hearing and turned it over to the Council for their consideration. Councilor Feury made a motion, second by Councilor Frandsen, to approve Conditional Use Permit WCUP 15-10, adopting Findings of Fact and Staff Report, and subject to eleven (11) Conditions of Approval. Council had questions for and discussed items with Jim McLeod, developer, regarding the tennis courts, the clubhouse, and construction operations and management. And a question for staff regarding amendments to conditional use permits; Planner Compton-Ring explained the Zoning Regulations does allow minor changes without having to return to Council, but those are reviewed by Staff who determines if the changes are significant enough to required additional public and Council review. The motion passed unanimously.

7. COMMUNICATIONS FROM PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR a) Consideration of approving Amendment #2 to engineering contract with WGM Group for construction management services for the Monegan Road stormwater project (p. 113) (CD 41:04) Interim Public Works Director Hilding reported the proposed Amendment No. 2 to the contract with WGM Group in an amount not to exceed $25,430 is for construction management of the Monegan Road Storm Drainage Project overseeing the construction pursuant to the contract that 4 City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 35 of 484

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Council awarded at their July 20th meeting to Downing Construction. Appropriation for this contract has been included in the FY16 Budget in the Stormwater Fund. In answer to a question from Mayor Muhlfeld, construction time should be 45 calendar days from their start date and a construction meeting is tentatively scheduled for Monday, August 10th. Councilor Feury made a motion, second by Councilor Frandsen, to approve Amendment No. 2 to the Monegan Road Storm Drainage Project consultant contract with WGM Group in an amount not to exceed $25,430. The motion passed unanimously. 8) COMMUNICATIONS FROM CITY MANAGER (CD 44:45) a) Written report enclosed with the packet. Questions from Mayor or Council? (p. 121) None. b) Other items arising between July 29th and August 3rd Manager Stearns said the City received its FY16 Certified Taxable Value from the Montana Department of Revenue today at 4:35 p.m. As we anticipated, our taxable value is down, but it is down less than we anticipated in the preliminary budget, so it is some good news. All those numbers will be put together this week in preparation for the next budget work session that is scheduled for August 10th. The Tax Increment Valuation is quite a bit better than anticipated, so our projected revenue in the preliminary budget will change some; but again, the numbers will have to be reviewed and it will be discussed at the next budget work session. 9. COMMUNICATIONS FROM MAYOR AND CITY COUNCILORS (CD 48:54) a) Letter from Jan Gordon of 1930 East Lakeshore Drive regarding whose responsibility it is for trimming trees in the right-of-way under overhead electrical wires (p. 124) Mayor Muhlfeld asked Interim Director Hilding to comment; she said trees under powerlines are managed by Flathead Electric Coop. Parks and Recreation Director Butts added that trees within 10’ of powerlines are managed by Flathead Electric and property owners with questions about tree maintenance within 10’ of powerlines are directed by their Department to contact Flathead Electric. Manager Stearns added that in the Municipal Code it is stated trees in the right-of-way are the responsibility of the adjacent landowners, just as boulevards and sidewalks. That is similar to many other Municipal Codes. Our Parks and Recreation Department staff has occasionally addressed problem trees, if it poses a public safety hazard, and will take care of it if it is brought to their attention. But generally, trees, boulevards and sidewalks, are the adjacent property owners’ responsibility. In addition, trees do sometimes interfere with powerlines; and become the responsibility of Flathead Electric Coop. Council Comments: Councilor Sweeney added to those comments on trees; the benefits and responsibilities are a mixed bag. Sometimes the management of the Coop of trees near a powerline is a bad-trimming or cutting down of the whole tree. He said if the homeowner has the opportunity to manage those trees, the outcome could be more pleasing in the long run. He also addressed comments he has heard about equipment at the ice rink and that what was feared is coming to fruition – the equipment is suffering under the hard use; and he appreciated the efforts of the Park and Recreation Administration and their management of the operations and maintenance. Councilor Hildner also commented on trees. He said in his tours around town he has noticed that many of the newer boulevard trees that have been planted with upgraded landscaping and rebuilt 5 City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 36 of 484

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boulevards are extremely stressed and need water! He encouraged adjacent landowners to give them a drink, and asked Heidi if she could put something in the paper to encourage better care of those trees. Councilor Hildner requested the Council go into an executive session at the end of this regular meeting to discuss pending litigation. That request was considered by staff and City Attorney Jacobs advised it could be delayed until August 17th. Councilor Fitzgerald clarified that the time of the next budget work session on August 10th is 5:30 p.m. She also commented about things needing water; the grass is dead on the new Bike Path along last year’s new construction of Hwy 93 W. Interim Director Hilding said it is still under contract warranty and the contractor will have to fix it or replant it either this fall or next spring. Councilor Fitzgerald said the new street – Dodger Lane, needs No Parking signs. It was designed for no-parking, but there aren’t signs so people are parking half on the street and half on the bike path, sometimes wholly on the bike path. Interim Director Hilding said she would check into that. Just before adjournment, Councilor Fitzgerald told Director Butts she would help find volunteers to lay down lines this weekend. Mayor Muhlfeld said he would like to share an email from a Canadian visitor who is also a homeowner, Kay Alison. In her email she compliments Parks’ Programs that her grandchildren attend, and compliments the friendly and helpful staff at both the main offices, City Hall downtown, and the Park’s Office on Railway Street. Her email said to keep doing what is being done because it is a good example how a community works together. Mayor Muhlfeld said he wanted to share that because often times the hard work and commitment of employees goes unnoticed, and it seems mostly what they hear are complaints. But he wanted all to know that the hard work and commitment is noticed and appreciated by visitors and residents, and he thanked all on behalf of the Council. The Mayor also wanted the illegal use of motorized vehicles on the bike paths to be enforced. 10. ADJOURNMENT (CD 1:06:32)

(Resolution 08-10 establishes 11:00 p.m. as end of meeting unless extended to 11:30 by majority)

Mayor Muhlfeld adjourned the meeting at 8:18 p.m.

_______________________________ Mayor John M. Muhlfeld

Attest: ______________________________ Necile Lorang, Whitefish City Clerk

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ORDINANCE NO. 15-13 An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, rezoning approximately 3.6 acres of land located adjacent to Reservoir Road and Wheeler Lane, to become a part of 1735 East Lakeshore Drive, Section 24, Township 31 North, Range 22 West, Whitefish, Montana, from County RR-1 (Low Density Resort Residential) to City WRR-1 (Low Density Resort Residential District) and adopting Findings with respect to such rezone. WHEREAS, the City of Whitefish initiated a rezone with respect to property located adjacent to Reservoir Road and Wheeler lane, to become a part of 1735 East Lakeshore Drive, and legally described as Parcel A of Certificate of Survey No. 20014, in Section 24, Township 31 North, Range 22 West, P.M.M., Flathead County, Montana; and WHEREAS, in response to the City-initiated rezone, the Whitefish Planning & Building staff prepared Staff Report WZC 15-02, dated July 9, 2015, which analyzed the proposed rezone and recommended in favor of its approval; and WHEREAS, at a lawfully noticed public hearing on July 16, 2015, the Whitefish Planning Board reviewed Staff Report WZC 15-02, received an oral report from Planning staff, invited public comment, and thereafter voted unanimously to recommend in favor of the proposed zone change; and WHEREAS, at a lawfully noticed public hearing on August 3, 2015, the Whitefish City Council reviewed Staff Report WZC 15-02 and letter of transmittal, received an oral report from Planning staff, and invited public comment; and WHEREAS, it will be in the best interests of the City of Whitefish, and its inhabitants, to approve the proposed rezone; and WHEREAS, the proposed rezone meets zoning procedure and the criteria and guidelines for the proposed rezone required by MCA §§76-2-303 through 76-2-305, and WCC §11-7-12. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, as follows: Section 1:

All of the recitals set forth above are hereby adopted as Findings of Fact.

Section 2: Staff Report WZC 15-02 dated July 9, 2015, together with the July 28, 2015 letter of transmittal from the Whitefish Planning & Building Department, are hereby adopted as Findings of Fact. Section 3: The real property located adjacent to Reservoir Road and Wheeler lane, to become a part of 1735 East Lakeshore Drive, and legally described as Parcel A of Certificate of Survey No. 20014, in Section 24, Township 31 North, Range 22 West, P.M.M., Flathead County, Montana, previously zoned RR-1 (Low Density Resort Residential) is hereby rezoned to City WRR-1 (Low Density Resort Residential District).

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Section 4: The official Zoning Map of the City of Whitefish, Montana, be amended, altered and changed to provide that the rezone and zoning map amendment of the real property identified on the map attached hereto as Exhibit "A", and incorporated herein by reference, shall be designated City WRR-1 (Low Density Resort Residential District). Section 5: The Zoning Administrator is instructed to change the City's official Zoning Map to conform to the terms of this Ordinance. Section 6: In the event any word, phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph, section or other part of the Ordinance set forth herein is held invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, such judgment shall affect only that part held invalid, and the remaining provisions thereof shall continue in full force and effect. Section 7: This Ordinance shall take effect thirty (30) days after its adoption by the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, and signing by the Mayor thereof. PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WHITEFISH, MONTANA, ON THIS ________ DAY OF _______________ 2015.

John M. Muhlfeld, Mayor

ATTEST:

Necile Lorang, City Clerk

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Subject Property

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ORDINANCE NO. 15-14 An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, rezoning approximately 9.99 acres of land located at 325 Monegan Road, Section 5, Township 30 North, Range 21 West, Whitefish, Montana, from County SAG-10 (Suburban Agriculture) to City WA (Agricultural District) and adopting Findings with respect to such rezone. WHEREAS, the City of Whitefish initiated a rezone with respect to property located at 325 Monegan Road, and legally described as Tract 2AAB, in Section 5, Township 30 North, Range 21 West, P.M.M., Flathead County, Montana; and WHEREAS, in response to the City-initiated rezone, the Whitefish Planning & Building staff prepared Staff Report WZC 15-01, dated July 9, 2015, which analyzed the proposed rezone and recommended in favor of its approval; and WHEREAS, at a lawfully noticed public hearing on July 16, 2015, the Whitefish Planning Board reviewed Staff Report WZC 15-01, received an oral report from Planning staff, invited public comment, and thereafter voted unanimously to recommend in favor of the proposed zone change; and WHEREAS, at a lawfully noticed public hearing on August 3, 2015, the Whitefish City Council reviewed Staff Report WZC 15-01 and letter of transmittal, received an oral report from Planning staff, and invited public comment; and WHEREAS, it will be in the best interests of the City of Whitefish, and its inhabitants, to approve the proposed rezone; and WHEREAS, the proposed rezone meets zoning procedure and the criteria and guidelines for the proposed rezone required by MCA §§76-2-303 through 76-2-305, and WCC §11-7-12. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, as follows: Section 1:

All of the recitals set forth above are hereby adopted as Findings of Fact.

Section 2: Staff Report WZC 15-01 dated July 9, 2015, together with the July 28, 2015 letter of transmittal from the Whitefish Planning & Building Department, are hereby adopted as Findings of Fact. Section 3: The real property located at 325 Monegan Road, and legally described as Tract 2AAB in Section 5, Township 30 North, Range 21 West, P.M.M., Flathead County, Montana, previously zoned County SAG-10 (Suburban Agriculture) is hereby rezoned to City WA (Agricultural District). Section 4: The official Zoning Map of the City of Whitefish, Montana, be amended, altered and changed to provide that the rezone and zoning map amendment of the real property

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identified on the map attached hereto as Exhibit "A", and incorporated herein by reference, shall be designated City WA (Agricultural District). Section 5: The Zoning Administrator is instructed to change the City's official Zoning Map to conform to the terms of this Ordinance. Section 6: In the event any word, phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph, section or other part of the Ordinance set forth herein is held invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, such judgment shall affect only that part held invalid, and the remaining provisions thereof shall continue in full force and effect. Section 7: This Ordinance shall take effect thirty (30) days after its adoption by the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, and signing by the Mayor thereof. PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WHITEFISH, MONTANA, ON THIS ________ DAY OF _______________ 2015.

John M. Muhlfeld, Mayor

ATTEST:

Necile Lorang, City Clerk

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STEVEN & STACIE GORDER WHITEFISH LAKE LAKESHORE PERMIT STAFF REPORT #WLP-15-W25A AUGUST 17, 2015 Property Owner/Applicant/Contractor: Mailing Address: Telephone Number: Property Legal Description: Property Address: Lake: Lake Frontage: Project Description:

Steven & Stacie Gorder 65 Glacier Circle Kalispell, MT 59901 425.417.3931 Lot 17A, Amd Lots 17 & 18, Block 2, Lake Park Addition in Section 26, Township 31 North, Range 22 West 1716 W. Lakeshore Drive Whitefish Lake 100’ per CAMA data Removal 285 Square feet of boathouse with hand tools and restoration of removal area with gravel fill, install new façade and stacked rock foundation under front of boat house.

Proposal: The property owners received approval from the Whitefish City Council for removal of an existing boathouse on July 6, 2015. After approval, the property owners have requested an amendment to the permit to remove 285 square feet of the boathouse and reduce the size from 29’ x 13’ (428 square feet) to 11’ x 13’ (143 square feet). The request will allow the property owners to keep the portion of the boathouse that houses the water pump for their residence and maintain a small storage area. This reduction will remove the existing boat rail system and a large portion of the structure that sits in the lakeshore zone. The reduction of the structure will involve installation of a new front wall to enclose the boathouse after the front section is removed. The request includes the use of reclaimed wood to replace the log siding that is currently on site. The portion of the boathouse that is being retained has an existing door for egress. No new architectural features are proposed on the front of the structure as it is enclosing the remainder of the building. The portion of the boathouse that will remain sits on a concrete foundation. Stacked stone will be used to build up the front elevation to enclose the base of the structure. The permit approved the removal of the boathouse without the use of heavy equipment. All work will be done by hand involving the use of a jack hammer, chainsaw and other hand held tools. The application states that siltation barriers will be used for additional protection measures during the excavation and removal of the structure. Since the depth of the foundation under the boathouse is not known conditions of approval included a specification for the type of gravel fill to be used. Since this fill is site specific to the boathouse area only, it would not count as a beach gravel application which is allowed on a one-time basis. Frontage and allowable constructed area: The subject property has 100 feet of lakeshore frontage and is eligible for 800 square feet of constructed area. Existing Constructed Area: The property is eligible for 800 square feet of constructed area based on the lake frontage. Based on previous permits the property has 947 square feet of constructed area consisting of steps of 75 square feet; a retaining wall; a boat house of 428 square feet; concrete slab of 124 square feet; and an existing dock of 320 square feet. The removal of 285 square feet City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 44 of 484

of the boathouse would reduce the constructed area to 662 square feet which is below the allowed constructed area. The subject property was previously owned by John & Carol Dobbins and was issued a permit for a dock no larger than 320 square feet in 2007. The property exceeded allowable constructed area and an exact replacement in square footage was granted for the dock. Prior to that, the property was owned by Kirk Scoggins and had a series of permits and was a denied a variance for a boathouse railing in 2004. Conclusion: The proposed work complies with all requirements, most specifically Section 13-3-1, General Construction Standards of the Whitefish Lake and Lakeshore Regulations. Recommendation: Staff recommends that the Whitefish City Council approve the requested lakeshore construction permit amendment subject to the following conditions: Recommended Conditions of Approval: 1. This permit is valid for a period of one year from the date of issuance. Upon completion of the work, please contact the Planning Department at 406-863-2410 for final inspection. 2.

The Lakeshore Protection Zone shall be defined as the lake, lakeshore and all land within 20 horizontal feet of the average high water line at elevation 3,000.79’.

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Temporary storage of vehicles, trailers, equipment, or construction materials in the lakeshore protection zone is prohibited.

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Prior to the start of any construction activity, an effective siltation barrier shall be installed around the boathouse removal area. The barrier shall be designed and constructed to prevent silt and other debris from the construction site entering the lake and shall be maintained until such a time as site stabilization are established on the property.

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The natural protective armament of the lakeshore and lakebed must be preserved whenever possible. Following installation, the lakeshore and lakebed shall be returned to its condition prior to construction.

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All work shall be done when the lake is at low pool and the construction site is dry.

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The removal of the boathouse shall be completed with hand tools only.

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The area disturbed by removal of the boathouse shall be restored to a condition consistent with the surrounding lakeshore zone in a native state. New plants shall be native to the Flathead Valley or cultivars whose form, color, texture, and character approximates that of natives. A resource file on native plants is available at the City of Whitefish Planning Department. Application of fertilizer is permitted only in minimal amounts to establish new plantings.

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For the area to be restored to natural grade, the use of fill shall be clean, washed gravel of threefourths inch (¾”) to one and one-half inch (1 ½”) diameter, free of silts, sands and fine materials. Gravel type and color shall approximate that existing on the adjacent lakeshore. The application of fill materials is restricted to that area disturbed from the removal of the boathouse structure.

10. The remaining portion of the boathouse shall be enclosed using native rock material on the lower two feet, then resided with reclaimed wood. The installation of the new enclosure will be completed by hand and include a vapor barrier. Report by: Bailey Minnich City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 45 of 484

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STEVEN & STACIE GORDER WHITEFISH LAKE LAKESHORE PERMIT STAFF REPORT #WLP-15-W25 JULY 6, 2015 Property Owner/Applicant/Contractor: Mailing Address: Telephone Number: Property Legal Description: Property Address: Lake: Lake Frontage: Project Description:

Steven & Stacie Gorder 65 Glacier Circle Kalispell, MT 59901 425.417.3931 Lot 17A, Amd Lots 17 & 18, Block 2, Lake Park Addition in Section 26, Township 31 North, Range 22 West 1716 W. Lakeshore Drive Whitefish Lake 100’ per CAMA data Removal of boathouse with hand tools and restoration of removal area with gravel fill

Proposal: The property owners are requesting to remove an existing nonconforming boathouse within the lakeshore protection zone. The building is 428 square feet in size. The removal of the boathouse will reduce the constructed area and bring the property into compliance within allowable constructed area based on lakeshore frontage. The permit requests removal of the boathouse without the use of heavy equipment. All work will be done by hand involving the use of a jack hammer, chainsaw and other hand held tools. The application states that siltation barriers will be used for additional protection measures during the excavation and removal of the structure. Since the depth of the foundation under the boathouse is not known recommended conditions include a specification for the type of gravel fill to be used. Since this fill is site specific to the boathouse area only it would not count as a beach gravel application which is allowed on a one-time basis. The application has the boathouse listed as 13’ x 29’ for a total square footage of 377 square feet. Previous permits for the property show the boathouse at 428 square feet. Due to the lengthy history of the permits on the property, staff is using historical data for existing square footage for constructed area. Frontage and allowable constructed area: The subject property has 100 feet of lakeshore frontage and is eligible for 800 square feet of constructed area. Existing Constructed Area: The property is eligible for 800 square feet of constructed area based on the lake frontage. Based on previous permits the property has 947 square feet of constructed area consisting of steps of 75 square feet; a retaining wall; a boat house of 428 square feet; concrete slab of 124 square feet; and an existing dock of 320 square feet. The removal of the boathouse would reduce the constructed area to 519 square feet which is below the allowed constructed area. The subject property was previously owned by John & Carol Dobbins and was issued a permit for a dock no larger than 320 square feet in 2007. The property exceeded allowable constructed area and

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an exact replacement in square footage was granted for the dock. Prior to that, the property was owned by Kirk Scoggins and had a series of permits and was a denied a variance for a boathouse railing in 2004. Conclusion: The proposed work complies with all requirements, most specifically Section 13-3-1, General Construction Standards of the Whitefish Lake and Lakeshore Regulations. Recommendation: Staff recommends that the Whitefish City Council approve the requested lakeshore construction permit subject to the following conditions: Recommended Conditions of Approval: 1.

This permit is valid for a period of one year from the date of issuance. Upon completion of the work, please contact the Planning Department at 406-863-2410 for final inspection.

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The Lakeshore Protection Zone shall be defined as the lake, lakeshore and all land within 20 horizontal feet of the average high water line at elevation 3,000.79’.

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Temporary storage of vehicles, trailers, equipment, or construction materials in the lakeshore protection zone is prohibited.

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Prior to the start of any construction activity, an effective siltation barrier shall be installed around the boathouse removal area. The barrier shall be designed and constructed to prevent silt and other debris from the construction site entering the lake and shall be maintained until such a time as site stabilization are established on the property.

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The natural protective armament of the lakeshore and lakebed must be preserved whenever possible. Following installation, the lakeshore and lakebed shall be returned to its condition prior to construction.

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All work shall be done when the lake is at low pool and the construction site is dry.

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The removal of the boathouse shall be completed with hand tools only.

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The area disturbed by removal of the boathouse shall be restored to a condition consistent with the surrounding lakeshore zone in a native state. New plants shall be native to the Flathead Valley or cultivars whose form, color, texture, and character approximates that of natives. A resource file on native plants is available at the City of Whitefish Planning Department. Application of fertilizer is permitted only in minimal amounts to establish new plantings.

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For the area to be restored to natural grade, the use of fill shall be clean, washed gravel of threefourths inch (¾”) to one and one-half inch (1 ½”) diameter, free of silts, sands and fine materials. Gravel type and color shall approximate that existing on the adjacent lakeshore. The application of fill materials is restricted to that area disturbed from the removal of the boathouse structure.

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PLANNING & BUILDING DEPARTMENT 510 Railway Street, PO Box 158, Whitefish, MT 59937 (406) 863-2410 Fax (406) 863-2409 August 11, 2015

Mayor and City Council City of Whitefish PO Box 158 Whitefish, MT 59937 Re:

Final Plat for 407 Colorado; WFP 15-02

Honorable Mayor and Councilors: This office is in receipt of a final plat application from J. Richard Bevill for a 2-lot subdivision located on Colorado Avenue. The property is zoned WR-3 (Low-Density Multi-Family Residential District). The preliminary plat was approved by the Whitefish Planning Department as Preliminary Plat Waiver as it met the criteria in §12-3-7. This approval was granted on March 24, 2015, subject to ten (10) conditions of approval. Following is a list of the conditions of approval and a discussion of how they have been met. COMPLIANCE WITH PRELIMINARY PLAT CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL: Condition 1. The Subdivision shall comply with Chapter 12-4 of the Whitefish Subdivision Regulations. 

Condition met. The final plat conforms to applicable City Codes and the approval granted by the City Council.

Condition 2. Lot 1 shall be addressed as 407 Colorado Avenue and Lot 2 shall be addressed as 401 Colorado Avenue. Place these addresses on the face of the plat. (Subdivision Regulations, §12-4-20C). 

Condition met. See notes on face of plat.

Condition 3. The Montana Department of Environmental Quality and Whitefish Public Works Department shall approve the water and sewer facilities. 

Condition met. See letter from Public Works dated 6-29-15. See letter from DEQ dated 7-9-15.

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Condition 4. A separate water & sewer service shall be provided to each lot in accordance with the City of Whitefish’s policies and design standards. (Whitefish Engineering Standards, Section 4). 

Condition met. See letter from Public Works dated 6-29-15. In addition, city water and sewer are located in Colorado Avenue and will be extended with service lines.

Condition 5. An engineered storm water plan shall be submitted to the Public Works Department for review and approval, if impervious area exceeds 5,000 square feet. (Whitefish Engineering Standards, Section 5). 

Condition met. See letter from Public Works dated 6-29-15.

Condition 6. All areas disturbed because of construction shall be re-seeded as soon as practical to inhibit erosion and spread of noxious weeds. (Whitefish Subdivision Regulations, §12-4-30) 

Condition met. See note on face of plat.

Condition 7. Identify refuse disposal areas on the plat. These locations shall be reviewed and approved by the Public Works Department and North Valley Refuse. (Whitefish Subdivision Regulations, §12-4-21). 

Condition met. See note on face of plat and garbage will be located within enclosed garages.

Condition 8. That a common mail facility or an individual mail delivery site shall be provided by the developer and approved by the local post office prior to final plat submittal. (Whitefish Subdivision Regulations, §12-4-24). 

Condition met. The postmaster has approved the placement of two individual mail boxes to be installed per USPS specifications.

Condition 9. The following notes shall be placed on the face of the plat: a. All house numbers will be visible from the road, either at the driveway entrance or on the house and shall conform to the current Fire Code, as adopted by the City Council. b. All noxious weeds, as described by the Whitefish City Code, shall be removed throughout the life of the development from the recorded property owner. c. Garbage shall be stored in a secure location until the day of pick up or in a bear proof container pursuant to Whitefish City Code 4-2-4(A). 

Condition met. See notes on face of plat.

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Condition 10. The preliminary plat approval is valid for three years and shall expire on March 12, 2018. (Whitefish Subdivision Regulations, §12-3-8). 

Condition met. The final plat applicant was received prior to its expiration.

Please be advised that the Council should act on this application within 30-days following receipt of this recommendation. Sincerely,

Wendy Compton-Ring, AICP Senior Planner Attachments:

2 reproducible mylars of final plat Final plat application, received 7-24-15 Letter, applicant, 7-22-15 Draft CC&Rs Approval Letter, Whitefish Planning Department, 3-24-15 Treasurer’s Certification, 7-15-15 Letter, DEQ, EQ#16-1019, 7-9-15 Letter, Public Works Department, 6-29-15 Subdivision Guarantee, First American Title Company, No. 5010500555770-CT, 7-9-15 Letter, 48 North Engineering, Brett Walcheck, 7-21-15

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OWNER: J. RICHARD BEVILL DATE: JULY 21, 2015

F NAL PLAT OF 407 COLORADO AVENUE SUBDVSON AN AMENDED PLAT OF LOT 1 OF AN AMENDED PLAT OF OPEN AREA IN ORCHARD LANE SUBDIVISION AND A PORTION OF LOT 6, BLOCK 5, WHITEFISH TOWNSITE COM PANY'S FIVE ACRE TRACTS IN THE NW1/4 SE1/4, SEC. 25, T31N, R22W, P.M.,M., FLATHEAD COU NTY, MONTANA

CERTIFICATE OF DEDICATION I. J. Richard Bevill. the undersigned property owner. do hereby certify that I have caused to be surveyed, subdivided and platted into lots. blocks. streets and alleys. as shown by the plat hereto annexed. the following described land in the City of Whitefish. Montana , to wit: That portion of the Northwest one-quarter of the Southeast one-quarter (NW1/4 SE1/4). Section Twenty-five (25), Township Thirty-one North (131 N). Range Twenty-two West (R22W), Principal Meridian, Montano, Flathead County, Montana, more particularly described as follows:

Lot One (1) of An Amended Plat of Open Area in Orchard Lane Subdivision and a Portion of Lot 6, Blcok 5. Whtiefish Townsite Company's Five Acre Tracts. containing 0.239 acres of land. gross measure, mare or less.

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Planning & Building Department PO Box 158 510 Railway Street Whitefish, MT 59937 Phone: 406-863-2410 Fax: 406-863-2409

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INSTRucnONS: h\-t~ 5C1.bt!liv/:>/(.,"-1- ~i+L... i.P1/IJe.V o Submit the application fee, a complete application, with appropriate attachments, to the Whitefish Planning & Building Department no less than 90 days prior to expiration date of the preliminary plat.

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When all application materials are submitted to the Planning & Building Department, and the staff finds the application is complete, the staff will submit a report to the City Council. Incomplete submittals will not be accepted and will not be forwarded to the Council for approval. Changes to the approved preliminary plat may necessitate reconsideration by the Planning Board.

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The regularly scheduled meetings of the City Council are the first and third Mondays of each month at 7:10PM in the Council Chambers at 402 E 2nd Street.

All applicable Items required by Appendix C: Final Plat Contents of the Whitefish Subdivision Regulations must be submitted wHh the application for final plat Including the following. Check Items attached or not applicable. Not Applicable Attached (MUST CHECK ONE) Cover letter listing each condition of approval and individually state how each condition is specifically met. In cases where documentation is required, such as an engineer's certification, State Department of Health certification, etc., original letters shall be submitted. Blanket statements stating, for example, "all improvements are in place" are not acceptable.

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I hereby certify that the information contained or accompanied in this application is true and correct to the best of my knowledge. The signing of this application signifies approval for the Whitefish staff to be present on the property for d inspectjPn during the approval and development pr()cess. ) routine m . ori

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**NOTE: Please be advised that the County Clerk & Recorder and the City of Whitefish request that all subdivision final plat applications be accompanied with digital copies. **A digital copy of the final plat in a Drawing Interchange File (DXF) format or an AutoCAD file format, consisting of the following layers: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Exterior boundary of subdivision Lot or park boundaries Easements Roads or rights-of-way A tie to either an existing subdivision comer or a corner of the public land survey system

1 May be signed by the applicant or representative, authorization letter from owner must be attached. If there are multiple owners, a letter authorizing one owner to be the authorized representative for all must be included

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OWNER:

J. RICHARD BEVILL Post Office Box 4713 Whitefish, MT 59937 406-249-7079 ph • 406-862-4055 fax

APPLICANT: Sage Partners, LLC (Developer) 814 Columbia Ave. Whitefish, MT 59937 406-212-6470 ph July 22, 2015 To:

City of Whitefish City Council Whitefish, MT 59937

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To Whom it May Concern: Attached is our application for Final Plat approval on 407 Colorado Ave .. The nine (9) Conditions of Approval, specified by the City of Whitefish planning and building department preliminary approval letter dated March 24, 2015 are addressed as follows: 1) The development of the subdivision is in substancial conformance with the approved preliminary plat and complies with Chapter 12-4 of the Whitefish Subdivision regulations as evidenced by the attached final plat application and attachments. 2) Lot 1 addressed as 407 Colorado and lot 2 is addressed as 401 Colorado has been placed on the Plat per the 12-4-20C regulations. (See attached Final Plat) 3) The Montana Department of Enviromental Quality has provided MFE approval letter dated July 9, 2015 and the Whitefish Public Works Department have inspected the engineering plans provided an approval letter dated June 29, 2015. (See attached) 4) A separate water and sewer service shall be provided to each lot in accordance with City of Whitefish's policies and design standards and our engineering plans were approved by public works. (see approval letter as stated and attached for item 3 above) 5) An Engineered storm water plan was designed along with utility plan and approved by the city per the approval letter from Public works dated June 29, 2015. A drainage report is not required as we will not be exceeding the 5,000 square feet of impervious surface per the regulations. 6) All areas disturbed by construction shall be re-seeded and or replaced with sod and landscaping as soon as possible after construction to inhibit erotion and spread of noxious weeds. 7) Identify refuse disposal area on the plat. I have discussed this point with Building and planning department and as this is only a two lot subdivision on an infilllot, we fully address this in the notes placed on plat stating that garbage shall be stored in secure location until day of pickup or in a bear proof container pursuant to Whitefish City code 4-2-4(A). 8) The Post Master has approved placement of two individual mail boxes for the future two unit townhouse to be installed according to postal specifications of 6" from front of curb and 44"-50" from street level to bottom of boxes when the future townhouse is built. 9) The following notes shall be placed on the face of the plat: a. All house number will be visible from the road, either at the driveway entrance or on the house and shall conform to the current Fire Code, as adopted by the City Council. b. All noxious weeds, as described by the Whitefish City Code, shall be removed throughout the life of the development from the recorded property owner. c. Garbage shall be stored in a secure location until the day of pick up or in bear proof container pursuant to Whitefish City Code 4-2-4(A). City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 69 of 484

10) We are well within the three year preliminary plat valid period (upto March 12, 2018).

Additionally, per City of Whitefish Public Works approval letter dated June 29", 2015 (attached) the following conditions have been substancially been met as follows. 1) 48 North Engineering has stamped the plans submitted and provided such to public works. The easements to be privatly maintained covering utilities, drainage etc. that are required to be recorded have been placed on the Final Plat Mylars and will be recorded on the plat when the final plat is approved by the city council, to satisfy the recorded easement condition. 3) We confirm as is stated, that no drainage report is required because we do not not exceed 5000 square feet of impervious surface per regulations. 4) Engineering plans sheet 4 on trench detail has been updated from 10 inches to 12 inches of crushed sub base to satisfy this condition. 5) To meet the city's erotion control requirements, a vehicle tracking pad has been added to the engineering plans per SD-66 and as stated we will contact Randy Reynolds for pre construction meeting to be sure we install straw waddle and or silt fence and use BMP for construction to protect all neighboring properties. 2)

Lastly: All of the Final Plat Application Checklist items are attached in original form as follows: • This cover letter • Filled out and signed Final Plat Application • Montana DEQ health certification (MFE) • Title report newer than 90 days • Tax Certification • Engineers Certification • Maintenance Agreement (extract from CC&R's) • CC&R's • Two Plat Mylars signed by County Surveyor and Owner of record, with all easements and notes per the plat conditions set forth • Two 24 x 36 Paper copies of Plat • One 11 x 17 paper copy of Plat • One Electronic pdf copy of all documents on Thumb Drive Note: The to be recorded Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions, provides that the Owners' Association has a plan for maintenance of the stormwater facililties within the easement areas on the plat to be recorded on approval. (see CC&R's attached to Final Plat Application and the document extracted from the CC&R's labeled Maintenance Agreement from CC&R's ARTICLE VI-4.) Sincerely,

J. Richard Bevill (Owner)

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* Maintenance Agreement for private drainage * extract from CC&R's see point 4. below ARTICLE VI UTILITIES 1. Rights and Duties of Owners. The rights and duties of the Lot Owners regarding sanitary sewer, water, electricity, gas, telephone lines and facilities shall be governed as follows: a. Easement. Wherever storm-water drainage or sanitary sewer or water connections or electricity, gas, telephone or other similar lines or pipes are installed upon the Property, which connections, lines, or pipes, or any portion thereof lie in, over or under Lots owned by other than an Owner of the Lot served by said connections, lines or pipes, the Owners of the Lot served shall have the right, and are hereby granted an easement to the extent necessary therefore, at reasonable hours, to enter upon the Lot within the property in or upon which said connections, lines or pipes, or any portion thereof, lie, in order to repair, replace and generally maintain said connections, lines and pipes, at the sole expense of the Owner of the lot served. 2. Resolution of Dispute. In the event of a dispute between Lot Owners with respect to the repair or rebuilding of said connections, lines or pipes, or with respect to the sharing of the cost therein, then, upon written request of one of such lot Owners, addressed to the Association, the matter shall be submitted to the Association's governing body who shall decide the dispute, and that decision shall be final and conclusive. 3. Declarant's Easement. Easements over the Property for the installation and maintenance of electric, telephone, water, gas and sanitary sewer lines, pipes and facilities, and for drainage facilities, as shown on the recorded plat of the Property and as the Declarant, in it's sole discretion may hereafter determine may be required or needed to service the Property, or any Lots, are hereby reserved by Declarant, together with the right to grant and transfer the same. 4. Maintenance. The homeowners' association shall have the responsibility for providing the maintenance of all private storm-water facilities located on a private lot, and any off-street mail facility that is for the use of the lot owners. The maintenance plan is that the Association will contract out stormwater drainage maintenance as needed.

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DECLARATION OF COVENANTS, CONDITIONS AND RESTRICTIONS This declaration made this _th day of July, 2015 by Sage Partners, LLC, of 814 Columbia Ave, Whitefish, Montana 59937, hereinafter referred to as "DECLARANT", whether one or more, WHEREAS, Declarant is the owner of certain real property located in flathead County, Montana, as hereinafter described below in ARTICLE I below, and WHEREAS, Declarant is desirous of subjecting said real property to the covenants, conditions and restrictions hereinafter set forth, each of which is and are for the benefits of said property and for each owner thereof, and shall inure to the benefit of and pass with the said property, and each and every parcel thereof, and shall apply to and bind the successors in interest, and any owner thereof; NOW, THEREFORE, the Declarant hereby declares that the real property hereinafter described is and shall be held, transferred, sold and conveyed subject to the covenants, conditions and restrictions hereinafter set forth;

ARTICLE I PROPERTY The real property which is and shall be held, transferred, sold and conveyed subject to the covenants, conditions and restrictions hereinafter set forth, is located at 401 & 407 Colorado A venue, Whitefish in flathead County, Montana, and more particularly described as: AN AMENDED PLAT OF LOT 1 OF AN AMENDED PLAT OF OPEN AREA IN ORCHARD LANE SUBDIVISION AND A PORTION OF LOT 6, BLOCK 5, WHITEFISH TOWNSITE COMPANY'S FIVE ACRE TRACTS IN THE NW1I4 SE1I4, SEC. 25, T31N, R22W, P.M.,M., FLATHEAD COUNTY, MONTANA

ARTICLE II DEFINITIONS 1. "Owner" shall mean the record owner of a fee simple title to any lot which is a part of the property and shall include contract buyers. Each lot, for voting purposes, shall be deemed to have one vote per lot, notwithstanding the number of owners listed as owners of fee simple title. 2.

"Property" shall mean the real property described in ARTICLE I above.

"Association" shall mean the association of all the lot owners on the 3. property described hereinabove and its/their successors and assigns in its/their capacity to oversee, administer and enforce these Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions. The Association may also be referred to herein as "401 and 407 Colorado Association", which 1

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may be formed by the Declarant as a Montana Non-Profit, Mutual Benefit Corporation, or it may function as an Association. "Member" shall mean an Owner of a Lot which is subject to assessment 4. hereunder, in the context of a Lot Owner's membership of the "Association."

ARTICLE III PURPOSE The Property is subject to the covenants, conditions and restrictions hereby declared to insure the best use and the most appropriate development and improvement of same, to protect the owners of lots involved as will appreciate the value of their property; to adequately provide for a high quality of improvements on said property and thereby enhance the value of improvements made by purchasers; and to facilitate the peaceful use and enjoyment of the property by the owners.

ARTICLE IV GENERAL RESTRICTIONS 1. Land Use and Building Type: The property must be used for one (1) single family residence. The property may also be use for a home office or other home occupation limited to the current City of Whitefish and flathead County zoning restrictions. 2. Architectural Requirements: All dwelling houses, garages, and any other structures shall be so located and designed to comply with current building exterior architectural scheme. No exterior addition to or change or alteration of the building may be made until the plans and specifications showing the nature, kind, color, shape, height, materials, location and other material attributes of the same shall have been submitted to, and approved in writing by the Association. 3. Landscaping: Landscaping to be located on the Property must obtain explicit written consent and authority of the Association. 4. Storage on Property: No vehicles, equipment, supplies, agricultural supplies or products, or items of any kind, may be stored outside the parameter of the building without written consent and authority of the Association. 5. Nuisance: No noxious or offensive activity shall be carried on or permitted upon the Property, nor shall anything be done thereon which is or may become an annoyance or nuisance to the Association. By way of illustration and not of limitation, the discharge of fire arms and driving of motorcycles or snowmobiles off road and off a person's property may be a nuisance within the meaning of this paragraph. 6. Animals. No livestock or poultry of any kind shall be raised, bred, or kept on or within any Lot, or surrounding areas. Lot owners or tenants may keep pets, however if the pets cause an annoyance to another owner and the parties can not reach a resolution then the matter must be resolved by the association. DECLARATION OF COVENANTS, CONDITIONS & RESTRICfIONS By OWNER

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7. Trash. All rubbish, trash and garbage shall be regularly removed from each Lot. Garbage shall be stored in a secure location such as owners garage until the day of pickup, or in a bear-proof container. 8. Parking. No parking shall be allowed except in designated parking areas, driveways or garages, and parking is subject to the terms and conditions set forth in these Declarations. 9. Storm Drainage. Each Lot Owner has a duty to manage and maintain the storm drainage system from and around the particular Lot.

ARTICLE V PARTY WALLS 1. General Rules of Law to Apply. Each wall which is built as a part of the original construction of a Building upon the Property and placed on the dividing line between Units shall constitute a party wall, and, to the extent not inconsistent with the provisions of this Article, the general rules of law regarding party walls and liability for property damage due to negligence or willful acts or omissions shall apply thereto. 2. Sharing of Repair and Maintenance. The cost of reasonable repair and maintenance of a party wall shall be shared by the Owners of Lots which are separated by said party wall. Declarant reserves and each lot owner grants a reciprocal easement for access to the premises of the other for the purpose of performing repair or maintenance work to the party wall, mechanical equipment and any utility services contained therein. 3. Destruction by Fire or Other Casualty. If a party wall is destroyed or damaged by fire or other casualty, any Lot Owner who has use of the wall may restore it, and if the other Lot Owners thereafter make use of the wall, they shall contribute to the cost of restoration thereof in proportion to such use without prejudice, however, to the right of any such Lot Owners to call for a larger contribution from the others under any rule of law regarding liability for negligent or willful acts or omissions. 4. Protection from Weather. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Article, any Lot Owner who by his negligent or willful act causes the party wall to be exposed to the elements shall bear the whole cost of furnishing the necessary protection against such elements. 5. Right to Contribution Runs with Land. The right of any Lot Owner to contribution from any other Lot Owner under this Article shall be appurtenant to the land and shall pass to such Lot Owner's successors in title.

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ARTICLE VI UTILITIES 1. Rights and Duties of Owners. The rights and duties of the Lot Owners regarding sanitary sewer, water, electricity, gas, telephone lines and facilities shall be governed as follows: a. Easement. Wherever storm-water drainage or sanitary sewer or water connections or electricity, gas, telephone or other similar lines or pipes are installed upon the Property, which connections, lines, or pipes, or any portion thereof lie in, over or under Lots owned by other than an Owner of the Lot served by said connections, lines or pipes, the Owners of the Lot served shall have the right, and are hereby granted an easement to the extent necessary therefore, at reasonable hours, to enter upon the Lot within the property in or upon which said connections, lines or pipes, or any portion thereof, lie, in order to repair, replace and generally maintain said connections, lines and pipes, at the sole expense of the Owner of the lot served. 2. Resolution of Dispute. In the event of a dispute between Lot Owners with respect to the repair or rebuilding of said connections, lines or pipes, or with respect to the sharing of the cost therein, then, upon written request of one of such lot Owners, addressed to the Association, the matter shall be submitted to the Association's governing body who shall decide the dispute, and that decision shall be final and conclusive. 3. Declarant's Easement. Easements over the Property for the installation and maintenance of electric, telephone, water, gas and sanitary sewer lines, pipes and facilities, and for drainage facilities, as shown on the recorded plat of the Property and as the Declarant, in it's sole discretion may hereafter determine may be required or needed to service the Property, or any Lots, are hereby reserved by Declarant, together with the right to grant and transfer the same. 4. Maintenance. The homeowners' association shall have the responsibility for providing the maintenance of all private storm-water facilities located on a private lot, and any off-street mail facility that is for the use of the lot owners. The maintenance plan is that the Association will contract out storm-water drainage maintenance as needed.

ARTICLE VII ASSOCIATION MEMBERSIDP Membership. The Association shall have as Members the Owners of each of the Lots. Membership shall be appurtenant to and shall not be separated from ownership of any Lot. Members shall participate in a manner prescribed by this Declaration and the Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws of the Association, and subsequent resolutions of the Association's Board of Directors. The Association's purpose is to provide services and to the Lot Owners as it may determine are necessary, from time to time.

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ARTICLE VIII ASSOCIATION VOTING RIGHTS Allocation of Voting Rights. Each Lot Owner shall be entitled to one Voting Unit per dwelling lot, notwithstanding the number of owners listed as owners of fee simple title. When more than one person holds an interest in any lot, all such persons shall be members and the vote for such lot shall be exercised as those members may determine, but in no event shall more than one vote be cast with respect to any Lot.

ARTICLE IX COVENANT FOR MAINTENANCE ASSESSMENTS 1. Creation of the Lien and Personal Obligation for Assessments. The Declarant, for each Lot owned within the Property, hereby covenants, and each subsequent Owner of any Lot, as evidenced by recordation of a deed thereto, whether or not it shall be so expressed in such deed, is deemed to covenant and agrees to pay to the Association dues or assessments as determined by the Association. 2. Effect of Nonpayment of Assessments: Remedies of the Association. Any assessment or charge not paid within thirty (30) days after the due date shall bear interest from the due date at the rate of ten per cent (10%) per annum. The association may bring an action at law against the Lot Owner personally obligated to pay the same, or foreclose the lien against the property. No Lot Owner may waive or otherwise escape liability for the assessments or charges provided for herein by non-use of the common area or abandonment of his Lot. Sale or transfer of any Lot shall not affect the lien for assessments or charges.

ARTICLE X LEGAL EFFECT 1. Term: The covenants and restrictions of this Declaration shall run with and bind the Property for a term of twenty-five (25) years from the date this Declaration is recorded, after which time they shall be automatically extended for successive periods often (10) years. 2. Amendment: The Declaration may only be amended, supplemented or altered with the written consent of all Owners of the Property and subject to these covenants and recordation of said amendments in the office of the Clerk and Recorder of Flathead County, Montana. 3. Enforcement: Declarant and owners of properties subject to these covenants shall have standing to enforce by proceedings at law and equity the covenants, conditions and restrictions imposed by the provisions of this declaration. In recognition of the nature of the covenants and rights to be protected, all owners aggrieved may utilize injunctive relief in addition to other remedies available at law. Failure of any authorized parties to enforce the covenants and restrictions shall in no event be deemed a waiver of the right to do so thereafter. In any such action brought, the prevailing party shall be entitled to reasonable attorneys fees. DECLARATION OF COVENANTS, CONDITIONS & RESTRICTIONS

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4. Severability: Invalidation of anyone of these covenants or restrictions by judgment or court order shall in no way affect any of the remaining provisions, which shall remain in full force and effect. 5. Essence/Construction: These covenants shall be construed pursuant to the laws of Montana. Same are binding upon the heirs, successors and interests of the parties hereto and time is of the essence hereof. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Declarant has executed this Declaration the day and year first above written. SAGE PARTNERS, LLC.

by SAGE PARTNERS, LLC. LLC by Douglas Jules Simonson, Managing Partner STATE OF MONTANA :ss ) County of Flathead

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On this __ day of ,2013, before me, the undersigned Notary Public for the State of Montana, personally appeared Douglas Jules Simonson, known to me to be the person whose name is subscribed to the within instrument, and acknowledged to me that he executed the same. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my Notarial Seal the day and year in this certificate first above written.

(SEAL)

Notary Public for the State of Montana Residing at: My Commission Expires:

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PLANNING & BUILDING DEPARTMENT 510 Railway Street, PO Box 158, Whitefish, MT 59937 (406) 863-2410 Fax (406) 863-2409 March 24, 2015

J. Richard Bevill C/o Doug Simonson Sage Partners, LLC 443 Park Avenue Whitefish, MT 59937 RE: Amended Approval Letter - 407 Colorado Avenue (Lot 1, Orchard Ln Sub AMOA&PTL6B5WF TSTE CO 5ACTR in S25 T31 N R22W); 407 Colorado Avenue Subdivision - Waiver of Preliminary Plat; WWP 15-02 Dear Mr. Bevill: This is an amended approval letter in response to your application for a preliminary plat waiver for a residential subdivision at the above described property. The request would create two lots utilized for a residential townhouse. Lot 1 is proposed to be 5,183.64 square feet and Lot 2 is proposed to be 5,183.94 square feet. Main access for both lots will be from a 30 feet wide shared access and utility easement off Colorado Avenue. The properties are zoned WR-3 (Low-Density Multifamily Residential District) with a minimum sublot area of 2,400 square feet and a minimum lot width of 25-feet (§11-2H-4). Property owners within 150 feet of the subject property were mailed notice of the public comment period on February 13, 2015. Our office received 1 written comment regarding the proposal. The majority of the issues outlined in the submitted comment are related to an adjacent property that is not part of the proposed subdivision. Our office finds that the proposed subdivision substantially meets the preliminary plat waiver criteria outlined in §12-3-7 of the Whitefish Subdivision Regulations which includes the following: •

The plat contains three (3) or fewer lots;



There is no public dedication of streets or other public infrastructure;



All lots have legal and physical access conforming to these Regulations;



Each lot has a suitable building site and there are no environmental hazards present;



Municipal sewer, water and other utilities are adequate and in place;

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The subdivision complies with these Regulations and current zoning regulations; and



No significant effects are anticipated on agriculture and agricultural water user facilities, local services, the natural environment, wildlife and wildlife habitat and the public health and safety.

Due to the relatively minor impacts that this subdivision poses, this office grants preliminary plat waiver approval subject to the following conditions: 1. The Subdivision shall comply with Chapter 12-4 of the Whitefish Subdivision Regulations. ;\/2. Lot 1 shall be addressed as 407 Colorado Avenue and Lot 2 shall be addressed as 401 Colorado Avenue. Place these addresses on the face of the plat. (Subdivision Regulations, §12-4-20C) 3. The Montana Department of Environmental Quality and Whitefish Public Works Department shall approve the water and sewer facilities. 4. A separate water & sewer service shall be provided to each lot in accordance with the City of Whitefish's policies and design standards. (Whitefish Engineering Standards, Section 4) 5. An engineered storm water plan shall be submitted to the Public Works Department for review and approval, if impervious area exceeds 5,000 square feet. (Whitefish Engineering Standards, Section 5)

6. All areas disturbed because of construction shall be re-seeded as soon as practical to inhibit erosion and spread of noxious weeds. (Whitefish Subdivision Regulations, §124-30) "

(].J Identify refuse disposal areas on the plat.

These locations shall be reviewed and approved by the Public Works Department and North Valley Refuse. (Whitefish Subdivision Regulations, §12-4-21)

/ -\ 8. That a common mail facility or an individual mail delivery site shall be provided by the i developer and approved by the local post office prior to final plat submittal. (Whitefish Subdivision Regulations, §12-4-24) 9. The following notes shall be placed on the face of the plat: a. All house numbers will be visible from the road, either at the driveway entrance or on the house and shall conform to the current Fire Code, as adopted by the City Council.

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b. All noxious weeds, as described by the Whitefish City Code, shall be removed throughout the life of the development from the recorded property owner. c. Garbage shall be stored in a secure location until the day of pick up or in a bear proof container pursuant to Whitefish City Code 4-2-4(A). 10. The preliminary plat approval is valid for three years and shall expire on March 12, 2018. (Whitefish Subdivision Regulations, §12-3-8) Please note that, for final plat approval, all requirements must be met per §12-3-11 (Final Plat) of the Whitefish Subdivision Regulations. Sincerely,

Bailey Minnich, AICP, CFM Planner II C:

Public Works, City of Whitefish Fire Department, City of Whitefish

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Plat Room Flathead County, Montana 800 S. Main St. Kalispell, MT 59901 (406) 758-5510

This Form is for Subdivisions Only

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FOR: Bevill

DATE: 07/09/2015

DESCP : 407 Colorado Ave Sub (Amd L1 Amd PURPOSE: Sub Open Area Orchard Ln Sub & Pt L6 B5 WF Tste Co 5 Ac Tr in 25-31-22) YEARS

ASSESSOR #

2011 thru 2014

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July 9,2015 Brett Walcheck PE 48 North PC 151 Business Center Loop Suite A Kalispell MT 59901 RE: 407 Colorado Avenue Municipal Facilities Exclusion EQ#16-1019 City of Whitefish Flathead County

Dear Mr. Walcheck This is to certifY that the information and fees received by the Department of Environmental Quality relating to this subdivision are in compliance with 76-4-127, MCA and ARM 17.36.602. Under 76-4-125(2)(d), MCA, this subdivision is not subject to review, and the plat can be filed with the county clerk and recorder. Plans and specifications must be submitted when extensions of municipal facilities for the supply of water or disposal of sewage are proposed {76-4-111 (3), MCA}. Construction of water or sewer extensions prior to DEQ, Public Water Supply Section's approval is prohibited, and is subject to penalty as prescribed in Title 75, Chapter 6 and Title 76, Chapter 4.

Sincerely,

tf...e.4 ~ Leata English Subdivision Section (406) 444-4224 emaillenglishla).mt.gov

cc:

City Engineer County Sanitarian file

JUl 13 2015

Steve Bullock, Governor I Tom Livers, Director I P.O. Box 200901 I Helena, MT 59620-0901 I (406) 444-2544 I www.deq.mt.gov

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Fax: (406) 863-2419

June 29, 2015 Charity Zemke 48 North P.C. 151 BUsihess Center Loop, Suite A , Kalispell, Montana 59901 Re: 407 Colorado Subdivision Plans and Specifications Dear Charity: This letter i's in regard to the 407 Colorado Subdivision Plans and S'pecifications. Your revised ,planS, dated June 11,2015,pavebeen reviewed and approved brthe Public Works Department: " , Approval issubjeGt to the following conditions: 1., Provide 'an engineer's stamp on the plans. 2. The 10 foot drainage easement and 30 foot shared access and utility easement must be ' recorded with the ,County. The drainage easement should note that.the storm drain will be'privately maintained. There needs to be,a maintenance agreement prepared for the storm main that is transferrable with all properties. 3. It is my understanding that the improvements are creating less than 5,000 square feet of ' new impervious area and, -therefore, do not require a drainage 'report. 4. On sheet 4 tbetrench detail needs to be revised.' The existing Colorado Avenue road ' section includes 12-inches of crushed sub-base, instead ofthe lO-inches that is mdicated. 5., To meet the City's erosion control requirements a vehicle tracking ,pad mustbe added to 'the plans. 'Reference the Whitefish Engineermg standard detail fora tracking pad, SD-66. Also, straw wattl~ or silt fence needs to be added' aiong the north property duetb the proximity of the storm drain excavation to the neighboring'property.

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special attention given to placement and compaction of the required road base materials and to , providing the' minimum 2 foO.t geotextile fabric' overlap. . Upon project completion and before fmal acceptance, the Professional Engineer shall submit, record drawings. Please notify RandyReynoids concerning the planned start date for the project (!,fid to schedule an on-site pre-construction meeting. Erosion Gontrol BMP's must hein place,. before construction starts. Any contractor working In the City right-Of-way must fill Qut a rightof-way permit with the associated insurance and bonding requirement. Please ca11863 ..2450 if you have any qllestions.

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GUARANTEE Issued by

First American Title Company 704 South Main/P.O. Box 1310, Kalispe/~ MT 59901 Title Officer: Stephanie Evans Phone: (406)752-5388 FAX: (406)752-9617

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Guarantee Face Page -Exdusions, Conditions and Stipulations

Fonn 5010500 (7-1-14)

Guarantee Face Page

First American TItle

ISSUED BY

First American Title Insurance Company GUARANTEE NUMBER

5010500-555770-CT

Guarantee

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SCHEDULE OF EXCLUSIONS FROM COVERAGE OF THIS GUARANTEE

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2.

Except to the extent that spedfic assurances are provided in Schedule A of this Guarantee, the Company assumes no liability for loss or damage by reason of the following: (a) Defects, liens, encumbrances, adverse claims or other matters against the title, whether or not shown by the public records. (b) (1) Taxes or assessments of any taxing authority that levies taxes or assessments on real property; or, (2) Proceedings by a public agency which may result in taxes or assessments, or notices of such proceedings, whether or not the matters excluded under (1) or (2) are shown by the records of the taxing authority or by the public records. (c) (1) Unpatented mining claims; (2) reservations or exceptions in patents or in Acts authorizing the issuance thereof; (3) water rights, claims or title to water, whether or not the matters excluded under (1), (2) or (3) are shown by the public records. Notwithstanding any specific assurances which are provided in Schedule A of this Guarantee, the Company assumes no liability for loss or damage by reason of the following:

(a) Defects, liens, encumbrances, adverse claims or other matters affecting the title to any property beyond the lines of the land expressly described in the description set forth in Schedule (A), (C) or in Part 2 of this Guarantee, or title to streets, roads, avenues, lanes, ways or waterways to which such land abuts, or the right to maintain therein vaUlts, tunnels, ramps or any structure or improvements; or any rights or easements therein, unless such property, rights or easements are expressly and specifically set forth in said description. (b) Defects, liens, encumbrances, adverse claims or other matters, whether or not shown by the public records; (1) which are created, suffered, assumed or agreed to by one or more of the Assureds; (2) which result in no loss to the Assured; or (3) which do not result in the invalidity or potential invalidity of any judicial or non-judicial proceeding which is within the scope and purpose of the assurances provided. (c) The identity of any party shown or referred to in Schedule A. (d) The validity, legal effect or priority of any matter shown or referred to in this Guarantee

GUARANTEE CONDmONS AND STIPULATIONS

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DEFINmON OF TERMS. The following terms when used in the Guarantee mean: (a) the "Assured": the party or parties named as the Assured In this Guarantee, or on a supplemental writing executed by the Company. (b) "land": the land described or referred to in Schedule (A)(C) or in Part 2, and improvements affixed thereto which by law constitute real property. The term "land" does not include any property beyond the lines of the area described or referred to in Schedule (A)(C) or in Part 2, nor any right, title, interest, estate or easement in abutting streets, roads, avenues, alleys, lanes, ways or waterways. (c) "mortgage": mortgage, deed of trust, trust deed, or other security instrument. (d) "public records": records established under state statutes at Date of Guarantee for the purpose of imparting constructive notice of matters relating to real property to purchasers for value and without knowledge. (e) "date": the effective date. NOTICE OF CLAIM TO BE GIVEN BY ASSURED CLAIMANT. An Assured shall notify the Company promptly in writing in case knowledge shall come to an Assured hereunder of any claim of title or interest which is adverse to the title to the estate or interest, as stated herein, and which might cause loss or damage for which the Company may be liable by virtue of this Guarantee. If prompt notice shall not be given to the Company, then all liability of the Company shall terminate with regard to the matter or matters for which prompt notice is required; provided, however, that failure to notify the Company shall in no case prejudice the rights of any Assured unless the Company shall be prejudiced by the failure and then only to the extent of the prejudice

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NO DUTY TO DEFEND OR PROSECUTE. The Company shall have no duty to defend or prosecute any action or proceeding to which the Assured is a party, notwithstanding the nature of any allegation in such action or proceeding. COMPANY'S OPTION TO DEFEND OR PROSECUTE ACTIONS; DUTY OF ASSURED CLAIMANT TO COOPERATE. Even though the Company has no duty to defend or prosecute as set forth in Paragraph 3 above: (a) The Company shall have the right, at its sole option and cost, to institute and prosecute any action or proceeding, interpose a defense, as limited in (b), or to do any other act which in its opinion may be necessary or desirable to establish the title to the estate or interest as stated herein, or to establish the lien rights of the Assured, or to prevent or reduce loss or damage to the Assured. The Company may take any appropriate action under the terms of this Guarantee, whether or not it shall be liable hereunder, and shall not thereby concede liability or waive any provision of this Guarantee. If the Company shall exercise its rights under this paragraph, it shall do so diligently. (b) If the Company elects to exercise its options as stated in Paragraph 4(a) the Company shall have the right to select counsel of its choice (subject to the right of such Assured to object for reasonable cause) to represent the Assured and shall not be liable for and will not pay the fees of any other counsel, nor will the Company pay any fees, costs or expenses incurred by an Assured in the defense of those causes of action which allege matters not covered by this Guarantee. (c) Whenever the Company shall have brought an action or interposed a defense as permitted by the provisions of

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GUARANTEE CONDmONS AND mpULATIONS (Continued) this Guarantee, the Company may pursue any litigation to final determination by a court of competent jurisdiction and expressly reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to appeal from an adverse judgment or order. (d) In all cases where this Guarantee permits the Company to prosecute or provide for the defense of any action or proceeding, an Assured shall secure to the Company the right to so prosecute or provide for the defense of any action or proceeding, and all appeals therein, and permit the Company to use, at its option, the name of such Assured for this purpose. Whenever requested by the Company, an Assured, at the Company's expense, shall give the Company all reasonable aid in any action or proceeding, securing eVidence, obtaining witnesses, prosecuting or defending the action or lawful act which in the opinion of the Company may be necessary or desirable to establish the title to the estate or interest as stated herein, or to establish the lien rights of the Assured. If the Company is prejudiced by the failure of the Assured to furnish the required cooperation, the Company's obligations to the Assured under the Guarantee shall terminate.

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any liability of the Company under this Guarantee to the Assured for that claim.

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In case of a claim under this Guarantee, the Company shall have the following additional options: (a) To Payor Tender Payment of the Amount of liability or to Purchase the Indebtedness. The Company shall have the option to payor settle or compromise for or in the name of the Assured any claim which could result in loss to the Assured within the coverage of this Guarantee, or to pay the full amount of this Guarantee or, if this Guarantee is issued for the benefit of a holder of a mortgage or a lienholder, the Company shall have the option to purchase the indebtedness secured by said mortgage or said lien for the amount owing thereon, together with any costs, reasonable attorneys' fees and expenses incurred by the Assured claimant which were authOrized by the Company up to the time of purchase. Such purchase, payment or tender of payment of the full amount of the Guarantee shall terminate all liability of the Company hereunder. In the event after notice of claim has been given to the Company by the Assured the Company offers to purchase said indebtedness, the owner of such indebtedness shall transfer and assign said indebtedness, together with any collateral security, to the Company upon payment of the purchase price. Upon the exerdse by the Company of the option provided for in Paragraph (a) the Company's obligation to the Assured under this Guarantee for the claimed loss or damage, other than to make the payment required in that paragraph, shall terminate, including any obligation to continue the defense or prosecution of any litigation for which the Company has exercised its options under Paragraph 4, and the Guarantee shall be surrendered to the Company for cancellation. (b) To Payor Otherwise Settle With Parties Other Than the Assured or With the Assured Claimant. To payor otherwise settle with other parties for or in the name of an Assured claimant any claim assured against under this Guarantee, together with any costs, attorneys' fees and expenses incurred by the Assured claimant which were authorized by the Company up to the time of payment and which the Company is obligated to pay. Upon the exercise by the Company of the option provided for in Paragraph (b) the Company's obligation to the Assured under this Guarantee for the claimed loss or damage, other than to make the payment required in that paragraph, shall terminate, including any obligation to continue the defense or prosection of any litigation for which the Company has exercised its options under Paragraph 4.

PROOF OF LOSS OR DAMAGE. In addition to and after the notices required under Section 2 of these Conditions and Stipulations have been provided to the Company, a proof of loss or damage signed and sworn to by the Assured shall be furnished to the Company within ninety (90) days after the Assured shall ascertain the facts giving rise to the loss or damage. The proof of loss or damage shall describe the matters covered by this Guarantee which constitute the baSis of loss or damage and shall state, to the extent possible, the basis of calculating the amount of the loss or damage. If the Company is prejudiced by the failure of the Assured to provide the required proof of loss or damage, the Company's obligation to such Assured under the Guarantee shall terminate. In addition, the Assured may reasonably be required to submit to examination under oath by any authorized representative of the Company and shall produce for examination, inspection and copying, at such reasonable times and places as may be deSignated by any authorized representative of the Company, all records, books, ledgers, checks, correspondence and memoranda, whether bearing a date before or after Date of Guarantee, which reasonably pertain to the loss or damage. Further, if requested by any authorized representative of the Company, the Assured shall grant its permission, in writing, for any authorized representative of the Company to examine, inspect and copy all records, books, ledgers, checks, correspondence and memoranda in the custody or control of a third party, which reasonably pertain to the loss or damage. All information designated as confidential by the Assured provided to the Company pursuant to this Section shall not be disclosed to others unless, in the reasonable judgment of the Company, it is necessary in the administration of the claim. Failure of the Assured to submit for examination under oath, produce other reasonably requested information or grant permission to secure reasonably necessary information from third parties as required in the above paragraph, unless prohibited by law or governmental regulation, shall terminate

OPTIONS TO PAY OR OTHERWISE SEnLE CLAIMS: TERMINATION OF LIABILITY.

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DETERMINATION AND EXTENT OF LIABILITY. This Guarantee is a contract of Indemnity against actual monetary loss or damage sustained or incurred by the Assured claimant who has suffered loss or damage by reason of reliance upon the assurances set forth in this Guarantee and only to the extent herein described, and subject to the

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GUARANTEE CONDmONS AND mpULATIONS (Continued)

Exclusions From Coverage of This Guarantee. The liability of the Company under this Guarantee to the Assured shall not exceed the least of: (a) the amount of liability stated in Schedule A or in Part 2; (b) the amount of the unpaid principal indebtedness secured by the mortgage of an Assured mortgagee, as limited or provided under Section 6 of these Conditions and Stipulations or as reduced under Section 9 of these Conditions and Stipulations, at the time the loss or damage assured against by this Guarantee occurs, together with interest thereon; or (c) the difference between the value of the estate or interest covered hereby as stated herein and the value of the estate or interest subject to any defect, lien or encumbrance assured against by this Guarantee. S. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. (a) If the Company establishes the title, or removes the alleged defect, lien or encumbrance, or cures any other matter assured against by this Guarantee in a reasonably diligent manner by any method, including litigation and the completion of any appeals therefrom, it shall have fully performed its obligations with respect to that matter and shall not be liable for any loss or damage caused thereby. (b) In the event of any litigation by the Company or with the Company's consent, the Company shall have no liability for loss or damage until there has been a final determination by a court of competent jurisdiction, and disposition of all appeals therefrom, adverse to the title, as stated herein. (c) The Company shall not be liable for loss or damage to any Assured for liability voluntarily assumed by the Assured in settling any claim or suit without the prior written consent of the Company. 9. REDUCTION OF LIABILITY OR TERMINATION OF lIABILITY. All payments under this Guarantee, except payments made for costs, attorneys' fees and expenses pursuant to Paragraph 4 shall reduce the amount of liability pro tanto. 10. PAYMENT OF LOSS. (a) No payment shall be made without producing this Guarantee for endorsement of the payment unless the Guarantee has been lost or destroyed, in which case proof of loss or destruction shall be furnished to the satisfaction of the Company. (b) When liability and the extent of loss or damage has been definitely fixed in accordance with these Conditions and Stipulations, the loss or damage shall be payable within thirty (30) days thereafter. 11. SUBROGATION UPON PAYMENT OR SETTLEMENT. Whenever the Company shall have settled and paid a claim under this Guarantee, all right of subrogation shall vest in the Company unaffected by any act of the Assured claimant. The Company shall be subrogated to and be entitled to all rights and remedies which the Assured would have had against any person or property in respect to the claim had this Guarantee not been issued. If requested by the Company,

the Assured shall transfer to the Company all rights and remedies against any person or property necessary in order to perfect this right of subrogation. The Assured shall permit the Company to sue, compromise or settle in the name of the Assured and to use the name of the Assured in any transaction or litigation involving these rights or remedies. If a payment on account of a claim does not fully cover the loss of the Assured the Company shall be subrogated to all rights and remedies of the Assured after the Assured shall have recovered its principal, interest, and costs of collection. 12. ARBITRATION. Unless prohibited by applicable law, either the Company or the Assured may demand arbitration pursuant to the Title Insurance Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association. Arbitrable matters may include, but are not limited to, any controversy or claim between the Company and the Assured arising out of or relating to this Guarantee, any service of the Company in connection with its issuance or the breach of a Guarantee provision or other obligation. All arbitrable matters when the Amount of Liability is $1,000,000 or less shall be arbitrated at the option of either the Company or the Assured. All arbitrable matters when the amount of liability is in excess of $1,000,000 shall be arbitrated only when agreed to by both the Company and the Assured. The Rules in effect at Date of Guarantee shall be binding upon the parties. The award may indude attorneys' fees only if the laws of the state in which the land is located permits a court to award attorneys' fees to a prevailing party. Judgment upon the award rendered by the Arbitrator(s) may be entered in any court having jurisdiction thereof. The law of the Situs of the land shall apply to an arbitration under the Title Insurance Arbitration Rules. A copy of the Rules may be obtained from the Company upon request. 13. LIABILITY LIMITED TO THIS GUARANTEE; GUARANTEE ENTIRE CONTRACT. (a) This Guarantee together with all endorsements, if any, attached hereto by the Company is the entire Guarantee and contract between the Assured and the Company. In interpreting any provision of this Guarantee, this Guarantee shall be construed as a whole. (b) Any claim of loss or damage, whether or not based on negligence, or any action asserting such claim, shall be restricted to this Guarantee. (c) No amendment of or endorsement to this Guarantee can be made except by a writing endorsed hereon or attached hereto signed by either the PreSident, a Vice President, the Secretary, an Assistant Secretary, or validating officer or authorized signatory of the Company. 14. NOTICES, WHERE SENT. All notices required to be given the Company and any statement in writing required to be furnished the Company shall include the number of this Guarantee and shall be addressed to the Company at First American Title Insurance Company, Attn: Claims National Intake Center, 1 First American Way, santa Ana, california 92707. Phone: 888-632-1642.

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Lot Book Guarantee

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Liability: $200.00

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Fee: $150.00 Name of Assured: J. Richard Bevill Date of Guarantee: July 09, 2015 at 7:30 A.M.

The assurances referred to on the face page are: 1.

That, according to the Company's property records relative to the following described real property, including a map if attached, (but without examination of those company records maintained and indexed by name): LOT 1 OF THE AMENDED PLAT OF OPEN AREA IN ORCHARD LANE SUBDMSION AND A PORTION OF LOT 6, BLOCK 5, WHITEFISH TOWNSITE COMPANY'S FIVE ACRE TRAm, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF ON FILE AND OF RECORD IN THE OFFICE OF THE CLERK AND RECORDER, FLATHEAD COUNTY, MONTANA.

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The last recorded instrument purporting to transfer title to said real property Is: Deed of Conveyance executed by Alvan Later Personal Representative of the Estate of Ordean Les Engebretson, to J. Richard Bevill, recorded December 22,2014, Instrument No. 2014-00025772.

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There are no Mortgages or Deeds of Trust which purport to affect said real property, other than those shown below under exceptions.

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No guarantee is made regarding (a) matters affecting the benefidal interest of any Mortgage or Deed of Trust which may be shown herein as an exception, or (b) other matters which may effect any such Mortgage or Deed of Trust.

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No guarantee is made regarding any liens, claims of lien, defects or encumbrances other than those specifically provided for below, and, if information was requested by reference to a street address, no guarantee is made that said real property is the same as said address.

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SCHEDULE A

(Continued) EXCEPTIONS:

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For Informational purposes only, the property address is: 407 Colorado Ave, Whitefish, MT 59937 For informational purposes only, the tax parcel number is: 0228350 First American Title Company

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Privacy Information We Are Committed to Safeguarding Customer Information In order to better serve your needs now and in the future, we may ask you to provide us with certain information. We understand that you may be concerned about what we will do with such information - particularfy any personal or financial information. We agree that you have a right to know how we will utilize the personal information you provide to us. Therefore, together with our subsidiaries we have adopted this Privacy Policy to govern the use and handling of your personal information.

Applicability ThIs Privacy Policy governs our use of the information that you provide to us. It does not govem the manner in which we may use information we have obtained from any other source, such as Information obtained from a pWIic rea>rd or from another peroon or entity. Rrst American has also adopted broader guidelines that govern our use of personal information regardless of its source. Arst American calls these guidelines its Fair Information Values.

Types of Information Depending upon which of our services you are utilizing, the types of nonpubllc personal information that

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InformatIon we rec:eIve from you on applications, rorms IJI1d In other COI1Il1lUI1k:aI to us, whether In writing, In person, by telephone or any other

means; Information about your tJansactlons with us, our afIIIiated companies, or others; and Information we receiYe from a consumer reporting agency.

Use of Information We request Information from you for our own legitimate business purposes and not for the benefit of any nonaffiliated party. Therefore, we will not release your Information to nonaffiliated parties except: (1) as necessary for us to provide the pro.:kJct or service you have requested of us; or (2) as permitted by law. We may, however, store such information indefinitely, including the period after which any customer relationship has ceased. Such information may be used for any internal purpose, such as quality control efforts or customer analysis. We may also provide aU of the types of nonpubIlc personal information listed above to one or more of our affiliated companies. Such affiliated companies Include financial service providers, such as title insurers, property and casualty insurers, and trust and investment advisory companles, or companies Involved In real estate services, such as appraiSal companies, home warranty companies and escrow companies. Furthermore, we may also provide all the information we collect, as desa1bed aIxNe, to companies that perform marketing services on our behalf, on behalf of our affiliated companies or to other financial institutions with whom we or our affiliated companies have joint marketing agreements.

Former Customers Even If you are no longer our rustomer, our Privacy PolIcy w~1 continue to apply to you.

Confidentiality and Security We will use our best efforts to ensure that no unauthorized parties have access to any of your information. We restrict acoess to nonpubllc personal Information about you to those individuals and entities who need to know that Information to provide products or services to you. We wHI use our best efforts to train and oversee our employees and agents to ensure that your Information will be handled responsibly and in accordance with this Privacy Policy and First American's Fair Information Values. We currently maintain physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards that comply with federal regulations to guard your nonpublic personal Information.

Information Obtained Through Our Web Site first American Financial Corporation Is sensitive to privacy Issues on the Internet We believe it is important you know how we treat the information about you we receive on the Internet In general, you can visit Rrst American or its affiliates Web sites on the World WIde Web without tellng us who you are or revealing any information about yourself. Our Web servers collect the domain names, not the e-rna~ addresses, of viSitors. This information Is aggregated to measure the number of visits, average time spent on the site, pages viewed and SimHar information. Arst American uses this information to measure the use of our site and to develop ideas to improve the content of our Site. There are times, however, when we may need information from you, such as your name and emaH address. When Information Is needed, we will use our best efforts to let you know at the time of collection how we will use the personal information. Usually, the peroonallnformatlon we collect is used only by US to respond to your inqutry, process an order or allow you to access specific account/profile information. If you choose to share any peroonal information with us, we will only use it In accordance with the policies outlined above.

Business Relationships first American Financial Corporation's Site and its affiliates' Sites may contain Hnks to other Web Sites. WhHe we try to link only to sites that share our high standards and respect for privacy, we are not responsible for the content or the privacy practices employed by other sites.

Cookies Some of Rrst American's Web sites may make use of "cookie" technology to measure Site activity and to customize information to your peroonai tastes. A cookie is an element of data that a Web Site can send to your browser, which may then store the cookie on your hard drive. FirstAm com uses stored cookies. The goal of this technology Is to better serve you when visiting our site, save you time when you are here and to provide you with a more meaningfut and productive Web site expefience.

Fair Information Values Fairness We consider consumer expectations about their privacy in aM our businesses. We only offer products and services that assure a favorable balance

between consumer benefits and consumer privacy. PublIc Record We believe that an open public rea>rd creates significant value for SOCiety, enhances consumer choice and creates consumer opportunity. We actively support an open pWIic record and emphasize its importance and contribution to our economy. Use We beHeve we should behave responsibly when we use information about a consumer in our business. We will obey the laws governing the collection, use and dissemination of data. Accuracy We will take reasonable steps to help assure the accuracy of the data we collect, use and dlsseminate. Where possible, we will take reasonable steps to correct Inaccurate information. When, as with the pttJIic rea>rd, we cannot correct inaccurate information, we w~1 take all reasonable steps to assist consumers In identifying the source of the erroneous data so that the consumer can secure the requtred ronections. Education We endeavor to educate the users of our products and services, our employees and others in our Industry about the Importance of consumer privacy. We wi~ Instruct our employees on our fair information values and on the responsible collection and use of data. We will encourage others in our Industry to collect and use information In a responsible manner. Security We will maintain appropIiate facilities and systems to protect against unauthorized access to and corruption of the data we maintain. Form 5O-PRJVACY (9-1-10) P1Ige 1 of 1

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Dear Ms. Compton-Ring, The following letter is in regards to the owners request for application of final plat for 407 Colorado Avenue (Lot 1, Orchard Ln Sub AMO&PTL6B5WF TSTE CO 5ACTR in S25 T31 N R22W). It is our understanding that in order for the owner to proceed forward with the final plat process, one of the requirements is that an Engineer's Certification letter be submitted. Please consider this letter as a certification that conditions 3 through 6 within the waiver of preliminary plat approval has been sufficed by virtue of submitted and approved engineering plans. On June 11, 2015 a completed set of engineering plans were submitted to the City of Whitefish Public Works Department. On June 29, 2015 a conditioned letter was generated by the City of Whitefish Public Works granting approval of the project. Since the project does not require any mainline water and sewer extensions and the proposed water seNices, sewer seNices, and stormwater improvements are primarily in conjunction with the residential units being built, currently no applicable improvements have been constructed. It is our understanding that the installation of these improvements will occur prior to occupancy of the proposed building within the subject lots. Upon completion of the approved improvements, the owner will submit record drawings in affiliation with all applicable improvements. Your assistance with this project is greatly appreciated. If you have any additional questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact me at (406)756-4848.

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PLANNING & BUILDING DEPARTMENT 510 Railway Street, PO Box 158 Whitefish, MT 59937 (406) 863-2410 Fax (406) 863-2409 August 11, 2015

Mayor Muhlfeld and City Councilors City of Whitefish Whitefish, Montana Mayor Muhlfeld and City Councilors: Recommendation to Authorize the Mayor to Sign Boundary Line Adjustment to Accept a Right-Of-Way Dedication for Baker Avenue Extension

Introduction/History On April 7, 2014, the Whitefish City Council approved Ordinance 14-04 granting a Planned Unit Development overlay to Lambert Hotels for the construction of the Hampton Inn. As part of the approval and in exchange for zoning deviations, the applicant proposed to dedicate an 80-foot right-of-way to facilitate the future construction the Baker Avenue extension in compliance with the Whitefish Transportation Plan. Current Report The applicant’s surveyor suggested a lot line adjustment with the Baker Avenue Extension right-of-way to the north of this lot, dedicated as part of the Dear Tracs subdivision, instead of a subdivision. The County Plat Room was amenable to this idea. Attached, please find the plat to be signed by the City of Whitefish Mayor Muhlfeld to accept the right-of-way dedication. Financial Requirement None known. Recommendation Staff recommends the Council authorize the Mayor to sign the plat and accept the right-of-way dedication for Baker Avenue extension in compliance with Condition #11 of Ordinance 14-04. Sincerely,

Wendy Compton-Ring, AICP Senior Planner

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City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 97 of 484

RESOLUTION NO. 15-___ A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, indicating its intent to change the name of Third Street west of State Park Road in Patton's Subdivision to Salmon Run. WHEREAS, the City of Whitefish is a charter city with self-government powers; and WHEREAS, Section 7-14-4112, MCA, provides that a City Council may, by resolution, change the name of a street unless fifty-one percent (51%) of the property owners object; and WHEREAS, the City Council received a request from Jay Snowden of Triple S Land Group, to rename Third Street west of State Park Road in Patton's Subdivision to "Salmon Run"; and WHEREAS, as an item on the Consent Agenda at a regular City Council meeting on August 17, 2015, the City Council reviewed the request from Jay Snowden of Triple S Land Group and approved a resolution of intent to set a hearing for September 21, 2015, at 7:10 p.m. before the City Council and directed the City Clerk to notify adjacent property owners of its intent to rename Third Street west of State Park Road in Patton's Subdivision to "Salmon Run" unless 51% or more of the property owners object; and WHEREAS, before acting upon the request to change the name of Third Street west of State Park Road in Patton's Subdivision to "Salmon Run" as described above, the City will provide an opportunity for property owners to object and to hear citizen comments at the hearing scheduled at 7:10 p.m. for the September 21, 2015 City Council meeting. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, as follows: Section 1: The City Council will conduct a public hearing at its regular meeting to be held on the 21st day of September, 2015, at the hour of 7:10 p.m., in the Council Chambers of the temporary City Hall Building at 1005 Baker Avenue, Whitefish, Montana, to hear all matters pertaining to the proposed renaming of Third Street west of State Park Road in Patton's Subdivision to "Salmon Run". Section 2: The City Clerk will notify the adjacent property owners of the City Council's intent to rename Third Street west of State Park Road in Patton's located in Whitefish, Montana, to Subdivision to "Salmon Run" as shown on Exhibit "A", attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference. Section 3: This Resolution shall take effect immediately upon its adoption by the City Council, and signing by the Mayor thereof.

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PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WHITEFISH, MONTANA, ON THIS ________ DAY OF _______________, 2015.

John M. Muhlfeld, Mayor

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Necile Lorang, City Clerk

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August 8, 2015 Mayor Muhlfeld and City Councilors City of Whitefish Whitefish, Montana Mayor Muhlfeld and City Councilors Recommendation to Approve City Clerk's Correction to the July 20, 2015 Minutes I ntroduction/H istorv I recently noticed that the minutes of the July 20,

2015 Council Meeting

incorrectly reflect that Councilor Anderson instead of Councilor Fitzgerald was in attendance at the meeting. Current Report The packet includes the page of the minutes that incorrectly reflects former Councilor Anderson's attendance.

The next page in the packet shows the

correction with a strike out; and shows Councilor Fitzgerald in attendance, with a note in parenthesis that the correction is made tonight, August 17, 2015.

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addition, the minutes of tonight's August 17, 2015 will also reflect the correction. Financial Requirement None. Recommendation I respectfully recommend that the City Council approve this correction to the official July 20, 2015 City Council meeting minutes. Sincerely,

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WHITEFISH CITY COUNCIL July 20, 2015 7:10P.M. 1)

CALL TO ORDER Mayor Muhlfeld called the meeting to order. Councilors present were Barberis, Frandsen,

Feury, Sweeney, Anderson and Hildner. City Staff present were City Manager Steams, City Clerk Lorang, City Attorney Jacobs, Finance Director Smith, Planning Director Taylor, Interim Public Works Director Hilding, Parks and Recreation Director Butts, Police Chief Dial, and Interim Fire Chief Page. Assistant City Clerk Woodbeck was in the audience. Approximately 30 people were in the audience.

2)

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Mayor Muhlfeld asked Ross Pickert to lead the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance.

ADMINISTRATION OF OATH Mayor Muhlfeld said at this time he will administer the Oath to newly contracted City Attorney Angela Jacobs. Following her Oath, City Attorney Jacobs was welcomed to the staff.

3) COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE PUBLIC -(This time is set aside for the public to comment on items that are either on the agenda, but not a public hearing or on items not on the agenda. respond or follow-up later on the agenda or at another time.

City officials do not respond during these comments, but may

The Mayor has the option of limiting such communications to three minutes

depending on the number of citizens who want to comment and the length of the meeting agenda)

Rebecca Norton, 530 Scott Avenue, thanked City Manager Steams for the brief chronology of the City Hall and Parking Structure projects that he included in his Council Memo (packet page 162), and said she is against the effort that is second guessing decisions already made. Tom Wright, 835 O'Brien Avenue, spoke to the Council regarding the narrow right-of-way for O'Brien Avenue and said it is a safety concern and needs addressing. He said it should be added to the planning for the 7th Street Reconstruction Project.

4) COMMUNICATIONS FROM VOLUNTEER BOARDS Rebecca Norton, Government Review Study Commission, reported there was a public meeting held at the O'Shaughnessy Center, it had good attendance and they felt it was a success. Their committee is gathering suggestions from the public for possible items to be brought forth in an election on proposed changes for the City's Charter and/or suggestions to bring back for Council's consideration. During the meeting compliments were voiced for the City's new Finance Director Smith.

The Committee will be holding another public meeting, hoping to gather more

public input, this week on Wednesday at City Hall. Councilor Feury had attended the last Resort Tax Monitoring Committee. He said one of the agenda items was to discuss issues regarding the 1% increase that went into effect July 1st. He said it was a short discussion because no issues were brought up. He reported resort tax revenue was up in June. The Committee held a discussion regarding shortage of service employees for local businesses, some businesses are even having to close a day each week because of lack of employees. He said lack of a workforce is a community issue and may be connected to lack of workforce housing.

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WHITEFISH CITY COUNCIL

July 20, 2015 7:10P.M. 1)

CALL TO ORDER

Mayor Muhlfeld called the meeting to order. Councilors present were Barberis, Frandsen, Feury, Sweeney, Anderson Fitzgerald (corrected 8-17-2015) and Hildner. City Staff present were City Manager Stearns, City Clerk Lorang, City Attorney Jacobs, Finance Director Smith, Planning Director Taylor, Interim Public Works Director Hilding, Parks and Recreation Director Butts, Police Chief Dial, and Interim Fire Chief Page. Assistant City Clerk Woodbeck was in the audience. Approximately 30 people were in the audience. 2)

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Mayor Muhlfeld asked Ross Pickert to lead the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance. ADMINISTRATION OF OATH

Mayor Muhlfeld said at this time he will administer the Oath to newly contracted City Attorney Angela Jacobs. Following her Oath, City Attorney Jacobs was w elcomed to the staff.

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COMMUNICATIONS FROM THEPUBLIC

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(This time is set aside for the public to comment on items that are

either on the agenda, but not a public hearing or on items not on the agenda. respond or follow-up later on the agenda or at another time.

City officials do not respond during these comments, but may

The Mayor has the option of limiting such communications to three minutes

depending on the number of citizens who want to comment and the length of the meeting agenda)

Rebecca Norton, 530 Scott Avenue, thanked City Manager Stearns for the brief chronology of the City Hall and Parking Structure projects that he included in his Council Memo (packet page 162), and said she is against the effort that is second guessing decisions already made. Tom Wright, 835 O'Brien Avenue, spoke to the Council regarding the narrow right-of-way for O'Brien Avenue and said it is a safety concern and needs addressing. He said it should be added to the planning for the 7th Street Reconstruction Project.

4)

COMMUNICATIONS FROM VOLUNTEER BOARDS

Rebecca Norton, Government Review Study Commission, reported there was a public meeting held at the O'Shaughnessy Center, it had good attendance and they felt it was a success. Their committee is gathering suggestions from the public for possible items to be brought forth in an election on proposed changes for the City's Charter and/or suggestions to bring back for Council's consideration. During the meeting compliments were voiced for the City's new Finance Director Smith.

The Committee will be holding another public meeting, hoping to gather more

public input, this week on Wednesday at City Hall. Councilor Feury had attended the last Resort Tax Monitoring Committee. He said one of the agenda items was to discuss issues regarding the 1% increase that went into effect July 1st. He said it was a short discussion because no issues were brought up. He reported resort tax revenue was up in June. The Committee held a discussion regarding shortage of service employees for local businesses, some businesses are even having to close a day each week because of lack of employees. He said lack of a workforce is a community issue and may be connected to lack of workforce housing.

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ORDINANCE NO. 15-12 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WHITEFISH, MONTANA, SETTING FORTH THE FORMULA TO BE USED IN DETERMINING ASSESSMENTS FOR PROPERTIES IN A PROPOSED SPECIAL ASSESSMENT DISTRICT TO FINANCE A PORTION OF THE COSTS OF A DOWNTOWN PARKING STRUCTURE AND CALLING A PUBLIC HEARING THEREON WHEREAS, the City of Whitefish, Montana (the “City”) proposes to undertake certain local improvements consisting of design, engineering, construction and equipping of a new downtown parking structure, to include approximately 212 parking spaces and approximately 2,819 square feet of retail space and related improvements (the “Parking Structure”), to benefit certain property located in the City; and WHEREAS, it is the intention of the City Council of the City (the “Council”) to create and establish in the City under Montana Code Annotated, Title 7, Chapter 12, Parts 41 and 42, as amended (the “Act”), a special improvement district (the “District,” the boundaries of which are expected to be as set forth on the map attached as Exhibit A hereto) for the purpose of financing a portion of the costs of the Parking Structure and paying costs incidental thereto, including costs associated with the sale and the security of special improvement district bonds drawn on the District (the “SID Bonds”), the creation and administration of the District, and the funding of a deposit to the City’s Special Improvement District Revolving Fund (the “Revolving Fund”); and WHEREAS, the total construction costs of the Parking Structure are estimated to be $7,759,435, which the City expects to pay using tax increment revenues and bonds payable from tax increment revenues from the Whitefish Urban Renewal District, funds the City has on hand and available therefor, and proceeds of the SID Bonds; and WHEREAS, the total estimated costs of the Parking Structure, including incidental costs, to be financed by the SID Bonds are $880,000 and the SID Bonds are to be payable from special assessments to be levied against benefited property in the District; and WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 7-12-4165 of the Act, the Council shall assess against the real property specifically benefited by the Parking Structure the costs of the developments involved in proportion to the benefits received by each benefited tract of land within the District; and WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 7-12-4175 of the Act, prior to creating the District, this Council must make a determination of the formula for the method of assessment, considering all of the factors set forth in Section 7-12-4165 of the Act and hold a public hearing on the formula. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, as follows:

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Section 1: Assessment Methods; Factors Considered. In determining the benefit to be received by each parcel of land expected to be included in the District, the Council hereby considers each of the following in turn: (a) Relative Distance of the Parking Structure from Each Parcel of Land in the District. The limits and boundaries of the proposed District are depicted on a map attached as Exhibit A hereto (which is hereby incorporated herein and made a part hereof). As shown on the boundary lines circumscribing the areas on the attached Exhibit A, the District consists of two discrete areas designated Tier 1 and Tier 2. The outside boundary, in blue, is approximately ¼ of one mile from the proposed location of the Parking Structure. Property inside the blue boundary and outside the green boundary is referred to herein as located in “Tier 2.” The inside boundary, in green, encompasses the general downtown business district of the City. Property inside the green boundary is referred to herein as located in “Tier 1.” According to Crandall & Arambula, consultants to the City, people will generally walk ¼ of a mile from parking locations for shopping or other activities. This Council determines that, based on the relative distance of the Parking Structure and information from its consultants, all properties located within Tier 1 and Tier 2 are the properties specifically benefited by the Parking Structure. In addition, this Council determines that properties located in Tier 1, because of their proximity to the Parking Structure and in view of the layout of downtown Whitefish, will enjoy a greater direct benefit from the Parking Structure and that those properties located in Tier 2 will enjoy a lesser direct benefit from the Parking Structure. Therefore, this Council hereby includes the relative distance of the Parking Structure from each parcel of land in the District as a factor in the formula for determining the assessment, and determines that each assessable square foot of floor space within Tier 1 is to be assessed twice as much as each assessable square foot of floor space within Tier 2. This assessment metric recognizes that properties in Tier 2 receive benefits from the Parking Structure, though not to the degree enjoyed by properties in the general downtown business district (Tier 1), and mitigates the amount of the special assessments in Tier 1. (b) Relative Need for Parking Spaces. This Council finds that business, commercial and tax-exempt (e.g., City Hall, Central School, but excluding property owned by the federal government) properties (collectively referred to herein as “commercial”) generate significantly greater demand for parking than residential or vacant properties, and City zoning currently requires each residential property in the City to provide at least one off-street parking space, whereas non-residential users are not required to have off-street parking. Considering the relative demands for parking spaces for each parcel of land located within the boundaries of the District, as established by the City zoning ordinance and in relation to the use of each parcel, this Council hereby determines that commercial properties in the District have a greater need for offsite parking spaces than residential properties or vacant properties, and will therefore benefit more than residential or vacant properties from the greater availability of parking spaces resulting from the Parking Structure. Therefore, this Council hereby includes the relative need for parking spaces as a factor in the formula for determining the assessment, and determines that all commercial properties within the District will be assessed for a portion of the costs of the Parking Structure, and

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residential and vacant properties within the District will not be assessed for the costs of the Parking Structure. Determinations with respect to whether a property is “vacant,” “residential,” or “commercial” will be made annually prior to the date when special assessments are placed on the tax rolls for the upcoming November and May payments. Whether a property is vacant, residential, or commercial will be governed by the designations made by the Montana Department of Revenue, with the exception of vacation rentals, which, for purposes of this Ordinance, shall be deemed to be commercial properties. (c) Assessed Value of Each Parcel Within the District. This Council has considered the assessed value of each parcel within the District, and has determined that this metric is not an appropriate way of measuring the proportional benefits conferred by the Parking Structure to each benefited parcel within the District because it has little relevancy or correlation to the need for and benefits derived from the availability of parking. In addition, assessed values of properties owned by organizations exempt from state property tax are generally not available. Therefore, this Council hereby includes the assessed value of each parcel within the District as a factor in the formula for determining the assessment, and determines to give this factor a weight of zero. (d) Square Footage of Each Parcel within the District as it Relates to the Whole. This Council has considered the square footage of each parcel within the District as it relates to the whole, and has determined that it does not adequately or consistently reflect correlative benefits of the Parking Structure to each benefited parcel within the District. Therefore, this Council hereby includes the square footage of each parcel within the District as it relates to the whole as a factor in the formula for determining the assessment, and determines to give this factor a weight of zero. (e) Square Footage of Floorspace in any Improvements on Parcels. This Council hereby determines that the square footage of floorspace in improvements on parcels in the District, as well as whether such improvements are used for residential or commercial purposes, are significant factors in determining the proportional benefit of the Parking Structure to each benefited parcel in the District. As discussed above, whether a parcel is vacant or has improvements on it and whether improvements are used for residential or commercial purposes are important factors in determining such parcel’s parking needs. Therefore, this Council hereby includes the square footage of floorspace in improvements on commercial properties as a factor to be considered in the formula for determining the assessment. Based on information obtained from the Montana Department of Revenue CAMA assessor reports, the total assessable square footage of the floor space in the District to be assessed is currently 902,480 square feet. This Council hereby determines that, as of the date of adoption of this Ordinance and recognizing assessment amounts per square foot are subject to change throughout the term of the SID Bonds, the costs of the Parking Garage per square foot of assessable area in Tier 1 of the District to be assessed would be $1.233 and the costs of the Parking Garage per square foot of assessable area in Tier 2 of the District to be assessed would be $0.616. (f) Availability of Existing On-site Parking Space on any Parcel of Land Within the District. This Council hereby includes the availability of existing on-site parking spaces on parcels of land within the District as a factor in the formula for determining the assessment, and determines that, as of the date of adoption of this Ordinance, each owner of commercial property within the District that provides off-street, on-site parking for the benefit of his or her property

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would be given a credit in the amount of $51.46 per parking space against the amount of the assessment of such property. For properties with shared parking spaces, the number of parking spaces for each unit will be calculated based on the relative square footage of each unit. Section 3: Finding. The Council and staff of the City have considered at length reports and analyses of consultants who are experts in parking matters and have considered numerous features of downtown Whitefish in formulating the above assessment methodology. The Council and staff have also considered the comments of owners of property to be assessed in the District. The boundaries of the District, the tiers therein, the properties subject to assessment, the assessment methodologies, and the amounts of the special assessments reflect the express wishes of many owners of commercial property in the District. The Council recognizes that while each property within the District has its own particular attributes, the above assessment formula set forth in this Ordinance is tailored to reflect benefits conferred by the Parking Structure on the assessable properties in the District and the Council finds that such benefits conferred on each assessed property in the District correlate to and exceed the amount of the special assessments against each property. The foregoing finding is bolstered by the fact that the SID Bonds pay only approximately one-tenth of the costs of the Parking Structure, meaning that while approximately nine-tenths of the costs of the Parking Structure are not assessed against assessable properties in the District, all of the benefits of the Parking Structure will be conferred on such properties. Section 4: Public Hearing. This Council will hold a public hearing on the proposed formula for determining assessments on August 17, 2015, at 7:10 p.m., at City Hall, 402 East Second Street, in Whitefish, Montana. The City Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to publish or cause to be published a copy of a notice of the passage of this Ordinance on first reading in the Whitefish Pilot, a newspaper of general circulation in the County, on July 29, 2015 and August 5, 2015, in the form and manner prescribed by law. Section 5: Effect of Ordinance. This Ordinance shall repeal all parts of previous ordinances or resolutions of the Council relating to the subject matter hereof that are inconsistent herewith. Documents pertaining to matters other than the special assessment formula described herein shall not be affected by this Ordinance. For example, and for illustrative purposes only, Downtown Parking SID #155, including, without limitation, Section 1-8-4 of the Whitefish City Code, shall remain in full force and effect in respect of Downtown Parking SID #155 as long as is necessary or appropriate in connection with that special improvement district. Section 6: Effective Date. This Ordinance shall take effect thirty (30) days after its adoption by the City Council on the second reading and signing by the Mayor thereof.

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Passed by the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, on first reading this 20th day of July, 2015. ____________________________________ John M. Muhlfeld, Mayor ATTEST:

Necile Lorang, City Clerk

Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, on second reading this 17th day of August, 2015. ____________________________________ John M. Muhlfeld, Mayor ATTEST:

Necile Lorang, City Clerk

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EXHIBIT A

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[PUBLISH] NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON OFF-STREET PARKING ORDINANCE SETTING FORTH THE ASSESSMENT FORMULA FOR OFFSTREET PARKING AND NOTICE OF PASSAGE OF RESOLUTION OF INTENTION TO CREATE SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 167 AND TO ISSUE THE CITY’S SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 167 BONDS IN THE AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF UP TO $880,000 SECURED BY THE CITY’S SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT REVOLVING FUND CITY OF WHITEFISH, MONTANA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on July 20, 2015, the City Council (the “Council”) of the City of Whitefish, Montana (the “City”), (i) conducted a first reading of Ordinance No. 1512, An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, Setting Forth the Formula to Be Used in Determining Assessments for Properties in a Proposed Special Assessment District to Finance a Portion of the Costs of a Downtown Parking Structure and Calling a Public Hearing Thereon (the “Ordinance”), and (ii) adopted a Resolution of Intention to Create Special Improvement District No. 167 (the “Resolution”) for the purpose of financing a portion of the costs of a new downtown parking structure (the “Improvements”) and paying costs incidental thereto, including costs associated with the sale and the security of special improvement district bonds of the City drawn on Special Improvement District No. 167 (the “District”) in the maximum principal amount of $880,000 (the “Bonds”), the creation and administration of the District, and the funding of a deposit to the City’s Special Improvement District Revolving Fund (the “Revolving Fund”). The Bonds will pay only a portion of the costs of the Improvements. The costs of the Improvements in excess of the Bonds are expected to be paid from tax increment revenues and bonds payable from tax increment revenues from the Whitefish Urban Renewal District and funds the City has on hand and available therefor. A complete copy of the Ordinance is on file that more specifically describes the assessment formula proposed to be used in determining the assessment of each lot or parcel in the District. That assessment formula includes (a) the relative distance of the Improvements from each parcel of land within the area of the District; (b) the relative needs of parking spaces for each parcel of land located within the boundaries of the District, either as established by the City zoning ordinance, if any, or otherwise, with relation to the use of said parcel; (c) the assessed value of each parcel within the District; (d) the square footage of each parcel within the District as it relates to the whole; (e) the square footage of floorspace in any improvements on the parcel and the various uses of such floorspace; and (f) the availability of existing on-site parking space on any parcel of land within the District. For the purpose of fixing the amounts of the special assessments against each property in the District subject to assessment, the assessment formula would be applied in the manner more particularly described below in this notice. A complete copy of the Resolution is also on file with the City Clerk that more specifically describes the nature of the Improvements, the boundaries and the area included in

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the District, the location of the Improvements and other matters pertaining thereto and further particulars. The general character of the Improvements is design, engineering, construction and equipping of a new downtown parking structure, to include approximately 212 parking spaces and approximately 2,819 square feet of retail space and related improvements, to be located on Baker Avenue, between East 2nd Street and East 1st Street. Principal of and interest on the Bonds will be paid from special assessments levied against the property in the District subject to assessment in the aggregate principal amount of up to $880,000 and such payment will be secured by the Revolving Fund. Subject to the limitations of Montana Code Annotated, Section 7-12-4222, the general fund of the City may be used to provide loans to the Revolving Fund or a general tax levy may be imposed on all taxable property in the City to meet the financial requirements of the Revolving Fund. The total estimated portion of the costs of the Improvements, including such incidental costs, to be financed by the Bonds are $880,000. The costs of the Improvements shall be assessed against those properties in the District benefitting from the Improvements based on the assessment formula described above in the second paragraph of this notice, recognizing that in determining the benefit to be received by each parcel of land in the District, the Council considered the assessed value of each parcel within the District and the square footage of each parcel in the District as it relates to the whole (factors (c) and (d) in the assessment formula above) and determined to accord a weight of zero to each such factor. In applying the assessment formula described above to the District, the Council determined that: (i) to calibrate the benefits conferred by the Improvements more equitably, the District is separated into Tier 1 and Tier 2, as shown on the Exhibit A attached to the Resolution, with the outer boundary of Tier 2 being approximately one-quarter mile from the Improvements and the outer boundary of Tier 1 encompassing the general downtown business district of the City; (ii) only commercial (as described more particularly in the Resolution) properties will be subject to assessment; (iii) the costs of the Improvements per square foot of assessable area would, as of the date of this notice, be $1.233 in Tier 1 and $0.616 in Tier 2, recognizing that special assessment will be fixed by the City annually in accordance with the assessment formula described herein and such amount excludes interest on special assessments; and (iv) as of the date of this notice, properties subject to assessment would receive a credit in the amount of $51.46 per off-street, on-site parking space. Based on the number and location of square feet of assessable floorspace in the District and the credit for on-street parking as of the date hereof, the total principal amount of special assessments levied against commercial properties in the District would range from $55.30 to $75,954.83. Assessment amounts determined under the assessment formula will vary each fiscal year of the City during the term of the Bonds as square footage subject to assessment and the credit for on-site parking change and then-outstanding fiscal year debt service on the Bonds varies. Such special assessments will be amortized in semi-annual installments of principal and interest over 20 years. On August 17, 2015, at 7:10 p.m., at City Hall, 402 East Second Street, in Whitefish, Montana, the City Council will conduct a public hearing to hear objections to the assessment formula set forth in the Ordinance or any part of it and consider all written protests against the

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creation or extension of the District, or the making of Improvements that may be filed in the period hereinafter described. Written protests against the creation or extension of the District and the making of the Improvements may be filed by an agent, person, firm or corporation owning real property within the proposed District whose property is liable to be assessed for the Improvements. Such protests must be in writing, identify the property owned by the protestor, and be signed by all the owners of the property and must be delivered to the City Clerk at 418 E. Second Street, in Whitefish, Montana not later than 5:00 p.m., M.D.T., on Thursday, August 13, 2015. Further information regarding the proposed District or the Bonds or other matters in respect thereof may be obtained from the City Clerk at 402 East Second Street, in Whitefish, Montana or by telephone at (406) 863-2400. Dated: July 20, 2015. BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WHITEFISH, MONTANA /s/Necile Lorang City Clerk

(Publication Dates: July 29 and August 5, 2015)

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[MAILING] NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON OFF-STREET PARKING ORDINANCE SETTING FORTH THE ASSESSMENT FORMULA FOR OFFSTREET PARKING AND NOTICE OF PASSAGE OF RESOLUTION OF INTENTION TO CREATE SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 167 AND TO ISSUE THE CITY’S SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 167 BONDS IN THE AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF UP TO $880,000 SECURED BY THE CITY’S SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT REVOLVING FUND CITY OF WHITEFISH, MONTANA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on July 20, 2015, the City Council (the “Council”) of the City of Whitefish, Montana (the “City”), (i) conducted a first reading of Ordinance No. 1512, An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, Setting Forth the Formula to Be Used in Determining Assessments for Properties in a Proposed Special Assessment District to Finance a Portion of the Costs of a Downtown Parking Structure and Calling a Public Hearing Thereon (the “Ordinance”), and (ii) adopted a Resolution of Intention to Create Special Improvement District No. 167 (the “Resolution”) for the purpose of financing a portion of the costs of a new downtown parking structure (the “Improvements”) and paying costs incidental thereto, including costs associated with the sale and the security of special improvement district bonds of the City drawn on Special Improvement District No. 167 (the “District”) in the maximum principal amount of $880,000 (the “Bonds”), the creation and administration of the District, and the funding of a deposit to the City’s Special Improvement District Revolving Fund (the “Revolving Fund”). The Bonds will pay only a portion of the costs of the Improvements. The costs of the Improvements in excess of the Bonds are expected to be paid from tax increment revenues and bonds payable from tax increment revenues from the Whitefish Urban Renewal District and funds the City has on hand and available therefor. A complete copy of the Ordinance is on file that more specifically describes the assessment formula proposed to be used in determining the assessment of each lot or parcel in the District. That assessment formula includes (a) the relative distance of the Improvements from each parcel of land within the area of the District; (b) the relative needs of parking spaces for each parcel of land located within the boundaries of the District, either as established by the City zoning ordinance, if any, or otherwise, with relation to the use of said parcel; (c) the assessed value of each parcel within the District; (d) the square footage of each parcel within the District as it relates to the whole; (e) the square footage of floorspace in any improvements on the parcel and the various uses of such floorspace; and (f) the availability of existing on-site parking space on any parcel of land within the District. For the purpose of fixing the amounts of the special assessments against each property in the District subject to assessment, the assessment formula would be applied in the manner more particularly described below in this notice. A complete copy of the Resolution is also on file with the City Clerk that more specifically describes the nature of the Improvements, the boundaries and the area included in

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the District, the location of the Improvements and other matters pertaining thereto and further particulars. A map of the proposed District, including the tiers therein, accompanies this notice. The general character of the Improvements is design, engineering, construction and equipping of a new downtown parking structure, to include approximately 212 parking spaces and approximately 2,819 square feet of retail space and related improvements, to be located on Baker Avenue, between East 2nd Street and East 1st Street. Principal of and interest on the Bonds will be paid from special assessments levied against the property in the District subject to assessment in the aggregate principal amount of up to $880,000 and such payment will be secured by the Revolving Fund. Subject to the limitations of Montana Code Annotated, Section 7-12-4222, the general fund of the City may be used to provide loans to the Revolving Fund or a general tax levy may be imposed on all taxable property in the City to meet the financial requirements of the Revolving Fund. The total estimated portion of the costs of the Improvements, including such incidental costs, to be financed by the Bonds are $880,000. The costs of the Improvements shall be assessed against those properties in the District benefitting from the Improvements based on the assessment formula described above in the second paragraph of this notice, recognizing that in determining the benefit to be received by each parcel of land in the District, the Council considered the assessed value of each parcel within the District and the square footage of each parcel in the District as it relates to the whole (factors (c) and (d) in the assessment formula above) and determined to accord a weight of zero to each such factor. In applying the assessment formula described above to the District, the Council determined that: (i) to calibrate the benefits conferred by the Improvements more equitably, the District is separated into Tier 1 and Tier 2, as shown on the Exhibit A attached to the Resolution and enclosed herein, with the outer boundary of Tier 2 being approximately one-quarter mile from the Improvements and the outer boundary of Tier 1 encompassing the general downtown business district of the City; (ii) only commercial (as described more particularly in the Resolution) properties will be subject to assessment; (iii) the costs of the Improvements per square foot of assessable area would, as of the date of this notice, be $1.233 in Tier 1 and $0.616 in Tier 2, recognizing that special assessment will be fixed by the City annually in accordance with the assessment formula described herein and such amount excludes interest on special assessments; and (iv) as of the date of this notice, properties subject to assessment would receive a credit in the amount of $51.46 per off-street, on-site parking space. Based on the number and location of square feet of assessable floorspace in the District and the credit for on-street parking as of the date hereof, the total principal amount of special assessments levied against commercial properties in the District would range from $55.30 to $75,954.83. Assessment amounts determined under the assessment formula will vary each fiscal year of the City during the term of the Bonds as square footage subject to assessment and the credit for on-site parking change and then-outstanding fiscal year debt service on the Bonds varies. Such special assessments will be amortized in semi-annual installments of principal and interest over 20 years. On August 17, 2015, at 7:10 p.m., at City Hall, 402 East Second Street, in Whitefish, Montana, the City Council will conduct a public hearing to hear objections to the assessment formula set forth in the Ordinance or any part of it and consider all written protests against the

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creation or extension of the District, or the making of Improvements that may be filed in the period hereinafter described. Written protests against the creation or extension of the District and the making of the Improvements may be filed by an agent, person, firm or corporation owning real property within the proposed District whose property is liable to be assessed for the Improvements. Such protests must be in writing, identify the property owned by the protestor, and be signed by all the owners of the property and must be delivered to the City Clerk at 418 E. Second Street, in Whitefish, Montana not later than 5:00 p.m., M.D.T., on Thursday, August 13, 2015. Further information regarding the proposed District or the Bonds or other matters in respect thereof may be obtained from the City Clerk at 402 East Second Street, in Whitefish, Montana or by telephone at (406) 863-2400. Dated: July 20, 2015. BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WHITEFISH, MONTANA /s/Necile Lorang City Clerk

Mail: July 21, 2015

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THE BLUE AND GREEN LINES ON THE NORTHERN BOUNDARY OF THE CITY LIMITS ARE COTERMINOUS AND THE BLUE LINE IS SHOWN SEPARATELY SO BOTH COLORS ARE VISIBLE

PARKING STRUCTURE SID BOUNDARIES DATE: DECEMBER 10, 2014

TIER 1 ASSESSMENT (APPROXIMATELY 1/8 MILE FROM PARKING STRUCTURE-INSIDE THE CITY LIMITS) TIER 2 ASSESSMENT (APPROXIMATELY 1/8 MILE TO 1/4 MILE FROM PARKING STRUCTURE-INSIDE THE CITY LIMITS)

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MEMORANDUM #2015-030

To:

Mayor John Muhlfeld City Councilors

From: Chuck Stearns, City Manager Re:

Staff Report – Parking Structure SID – Resolution of Intention and Ordinance

Date: August 12, 2015

Introduction/History On May 20, 2013, the City Council, on a 4-3 vote with the Mayor breaking a 3-3 tie, approved the following motion: Mayor Muhlfeld said there is a motion on the floor to approve structured parking with a city hall, and in parallel staff will research and bring back whether the feasibility for a BID by the September 3, Council Meeting. Staff has indicated it wouldn’t be a completed BID at that time but they would bring back a proposal with parameters for the creation of a BID.

A BID/Assessment District working group was formed to research and work on concepts for such a district. The working group originally consisted of the following members: Dave Boye – Marcus Duffey Dale Reisch Chris Schustrom Necile Lorang Rich Knapp Chuck Stearns -

Chamber of Commerce representative Chamber of Commerce representative Heart of Whitefish representative Heart of Whitefish representative City staff – Administrative Services Director/City Clerk City staff – Assistant City Manager/Finance Director City Staff – City Manager

The committee met a number of times and the City Council held work sessions on the Parking BID/SID on March 17, 2014, on September 2, 2014, and on March 2, 2015. During those work sessions, the City Council gave direction to proceed with a Special Improvement District (SID) rather than a Business Improvement District (BID) because of the limited term that a BID can be (10 years), so as not to form another organization (BID Board), and because of the more cumbersome creation requirements (petition method, 60% approval).

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At the March 17, 2004 work session, the City Council directed us to go forward with pursuing a SID instead of a BID, size it at $750,000.00 for the parking structure, and to use the following variables pursuant to State law (see attached) as the variable upon which to base our assessments. (a) (e) (f) (4)

Distance from our parking facility as represented by the two tiers Square footage of each property Credit for existing onsite parking space provided by the property and commercial use of the property

Then at the September 2, 2014 work session, the City Council directed us to use rectangles instead of circles for the Tier 1 and Tier 2 boundaries (see attached map). On March 2, 2015, the City Council held a final work session on the Parking Structure SID to review the assessment spreadsheet framework and calculations, the nearly final assessment levels, the map of the district, answer questions for the Mayor and City Council, and get any final guidance or direction from the City Council on the proposed SID. At that work session, the Mayor and City Council directed us to proceed with the process to create the SID.

Current Report Attached in the packet are two documents for consideration and adoption: an Ordinance setting for the formula and method for determining assessments and a Resolution of Intention to create the Special Improvement District. Our Bond Counsel, Dorsey and Whitney of Missoula, has prepared these documents and advised us throughout the past two years as we have worked with the working group, Mayor, City Council, and staff on putting together this proposed SID. City Attorney Mary VanBuskirk, City Clerk, Necile Lorang, Finance Director Dana Smith, and I have all worked on and reviewed these documents. Ordinance: The ordinance in the packet is required by state law in Section 7-12-4175 M.C.A. when an Off-street Parking SID is being created (attached in packet). Normally, the City Council would just pass a Resolution of Intention and then a final Resolution creating the Special Improvement District, but because we are planning to use the off-street parking option and method of assessment in Section 7-12-4165 M.C.A. (attached in packet), we are also required to pass an ordinance. There is a lot of overlap and repetition in the Ordinance and Resolution, but the Ordinance more specifically addresses the various options and factors considered and used in the assessment method that the Mayor and City Council have selected over the past couple of years. While the Ordinance calls for the official public hearing on the ordinance to be on August 17, 2015, our normal procedures have the public hearing at the first reading of an ordinance, not the second reading of the ordinance, therefore, we will have an early public hearing on the Ordinance on July 20th and then the official public hearing on August 17th. Resolution: The Resolution of Intention is the typical first step in creating a Special Improvement District pursuant to Section 7-12-4101 M.C.A et. seq. While there is no public

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hearing on July 20th on the Resolution of Intention, the official public hearing will be on August 17th, after mailed notice is given to property owners in the district and a legal notice is published. The public can still comment during public comments on July 20th. Included in the Resolution is a map of the district with two tiers of assessment, legal descriptions of each tier and the district, the 41 page assessment spreadsheet with each property listed and whether it is assessed or exempt and what the assessment information is. I am also including with this memo, copies of two examples of letters that will go in the envelope with the legal notice and map that is sent to the property owners in the district. One letter is for a property that is assessed for the Parking Structure SID and the other letter is for a property that is exempt from assessment. There are 491 total properties in the proposed Special Improvement District; 194 properties will be assessed as of this point in time, and 297 properties are exempt from assessment. It is very important to remember that, as vacant properties develop (Block 46), redevelop (City Hall), or turn from residential use to commercial use (e.g. vacation rentals), then more properties are added to the assessment and every assessed property’s assessment is reduced. So what is shown in the assessment spreadsheet and the letters are most likely the maximum amount that will be assessed against the property in the district unless people change or redevelop their property. On the spreadsheet, Column P shows whether each property would be assessed (A) or exempt (E) from assessments. Properties are exempt from assessment if: a. the properties are residential b. the properties are vacant (i.e. they don’t generate any parking demand) c. federal properties like the Post Office (exempt by federal law or regulation) Column R of the spreadsheet shows whether a property is in Tier 1 (closest to the parking structure – green rectangle on map in packet) or Tier 2 (further from the parking structure – blue rectangle on map in packet). Columns Z to AM of the spreadsheet show the derivation of the assessments. Each property to be assessed is shown and the proposed principal amount of their assessments are shown in Column AM. Column AH shows the number of on-site parking spaces that a property gets credit for and Column AK is the monetary allocation of credit given to each property for any on-site parking spaces. As shown on the bottom of column AK on page 41, a total of $50,000.00 was given to the properties that have their own, on-site parking spaces. After the Council actions on July 20th, we found one error in the spreadsheet ourselves and three property owners contacted me about purported errors in their square footage or number of parking spaces that they were credited for. Two of the three property owner’s inquiries were correct and one is still being investigated with the property owner. A list of those error corrections is in the packet. After discussion with the Bond Counsel and our City Attorney, it was decided that, because we expect everyone’s assessments will go down from what is proposed in this Resolution when it is first assessed in two years because of new developments adding square footage and being assessed (City Hall, hotel on Block 46, the Galleries building etc.), we do not have to do any additional notification.

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As of the time of writing this memo, there were only two protests to the SID were received and they are in your packet. These two protests are not sufficient to stop the SID – only protests from owners of properties for above 50% of the total assessments would stop the SID. The protest period ends on Thursday, August 13th at 5:00 p.m. We will have an update for you on the protests at Monday’s meeting.

Financial Requirement The basic sizing and debt service calculation for the SID is shown below. The City Council wanted $750,000.00 to go towards the cost of the parking structure and the other costs are issuance, administration, and revolving fund (security for the payments) costs. State law requires the City Council to add ½% to the market interest rate at which we sell bonds for additional security. Thus, if we sold bonds at 4%, we would assess installments with interest at 4.5%. State law also allows property owners to pay off the SID at any time and pay interest only up until the next billing installment. If property owners want to avoid paying all interest, they can prepay their assessment prior to our selling of the bonds, which will reduce the size of the bond issue.

Construction SID alternative SID $ to Structure Issuance Costs Revolving Fund Contribution (5% of principal) Underwriter's Discount (1.4% of principal) Admin Fees (3% of principal) Contingency

$750,000 $45,000 $44,000 $12,320 $26,400 $2,280

Total of SID Bond

$880,000

Annual Debt Service (20 years if assessed @4.5%)

$67,651 $67,651 / 194 = average assessment of Current Parking SID #155 RANGE 119 properties were assessed in Tax Year 2013

$348.72 $15.68

TO $1,461

Average assessment was $210

If the SID were created this year, we would still not assess the properties until the parking structure is complete or almost complete as we can’t assess the properties until property owners have use of the asset for which the SID was created (i.e. the parking structure). Thus, the first assessment would most likely not be until November, 2017. Interest would accrue from the date the bonds are sold until each year that is assessed, again likely beginning in November, 2017.

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Recommendation Staff respectfully recommends the City Council approve the second reading of Ordinance No. 15-12; An Ordinance setting forth the formula to be used in determining assessments for properties in a proposed Special Assessment District to finance a portion of the costs of a downtown parking structure and calling a public hearing thereon and approve Resolution No. 15-__; A Resolution relating to Special Improvement District No. 167; Creating the District for the purpose of undertaking certain local improvements and financing the costs thereof and incidental thereto through the issuance of Special Improvement District Bonds secured by the City’s Special Improvement District Revolving Fund.

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7-12-4175. Offstreet parking option -- ordinance setting forth method of as...

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7-12-4175. Offstreet parking option -- ordinance setting forth method of assessment required -hearing. (1) Before any improvement district for the establishment or improvement of offstreet parking can be created or financed under 7-12-4165, the city council or commission must, prior to the creation of the district, pass a city ordinance setting forth the formula to be used in determining the assessment of each lot or parcel within the district. The formula must include but is not limited to the items to be considered in 7-12-4165. (2) Prior to the adoption of any such ordinance, the council or commission shall make a determination of the formula for the method of assessment, considering all of the factors above set forth. A public hearing, after due notice, shall be held wherein concerned persons may present their objections to the formula or any part of it and point out errors and inequities and submit reasons for amendments and corrections. The council may continue the hearing from time to time. (3) After the council has heard all objections and suggestions, it shall correct any errors which it finds in the formula for assessment as originally made and shall finally establish and settle the formula for assessment in the same manner as any other city ordinance. History: En. Sec. 14, Ch. 89, L. 1913; re-en. Sec. 5238, R.C.M. 1921; amd. Sec. 1, Ch. 163, L. 1925; re-en. Sec. 5238, R.C.M. 1935; amd. Sec. 1, Ch. 39, L. 1955; amd. Sec. 1, Ch. 330, L. 1971; amd. Sec. 1, Ch. 85, L. 1973; R.C.M. 1947, 11-2214(part); amd. Sec. 34, Ch. 575, L. 1981.

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7-12-4165. Assessment of costs -- offstreet parking option. (1) When the purpose of the assessment is for the establishment and/or improvement of offstreet parking as provided in this section, the city council or commission shall assess, against the real property specifically benefited by the offstreet parking facilities, the cost of the developments involved in proportion to the benefits received by each benefited tract of land within said district. (2) In determining the benefit to be received by each parcel of land, the council or commission shall consider: (a) the relative distance of the parking facility from each parcel of land within the area of the special improvement district; (b) the relative needs of parking spaces for each parcel of land located within the boundaries of said district, either as established by the city zoning ordinance, if any, or otherwise, with relation to the use of said parcel; (c) the assessed value of each parcel within said district; (d) the square footage of each parcel within said district as it relates to the whole; (e) the square footage of floorspace in any improvements on the parcel and the various uses of such floorspace; (f) the availability of existing onsite parking space on any parcel of land within the district. History: En. Sec. 14, Ch. 89, L. 1913; re-en. Sec. 5238, R.C.M. 1921; amd. Sec. 1, Ch. 163, L. 1925; re-en. Sec. 5238, R.C.M. 1935; amd. Sec. 1, Ch. 39, L. 1955; amd. Sec. 1, Ch. 330, L. 1971; amd. Sec. 1, Ch. 85, L. 1973; R.C.M. 1947, 11-2214(part); amd. Sec. 40, Ch. 665, L. 1985.

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Changes needed to correct errors in Parking SID Spreadsheet of 7-20-2015 which was final for Resolution and mailing Chuck Stearns, City Manager Prepared: 8/12/15 Spreadsheet Line Number Assessor Number Change to make Date and Reason 1432 E000345 Community Center - should be Tier 2, not Tier 1 Own recognizance 210 0014362 Old Towne Creative - said entire building is 7,800 sq. ft. floorspace, not each unit; change from 7,704 sq. ft. to 3,786 after verifying on Cadastral - search by N Visit from Jen Frandsen 212 0014363 Same as above for Jonathan Krack - change from 7,704 square feet to 599 sq. ft. Visit from Jen Frandsen 34 0001345 Same as above for Loula's - Trillium Management - change from 7,704 sq. ft. to 3,473 sq. ft. Visit from Jen Frandsen 1034 837350 Four parking spaces should have been credited to Mike Jenson's property, not Roberta Speer's property - add credit for 4 parking spaces to this property Visit from Mike Jenson 543 405005 Four parking spaces should have been credited to Mike Jenson's property, not Roberta Speer's property - deduct credit for 4 parking spaces to this property Visit from Mike Jenson 968 789725 Big Wig dba Stumptown Snowboards says their basement is not 1,900 square feet as DOR says - no change made as of 8/4/15 Call from Joe Tabor

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CERTIFICATE AS TO RESOLUTION AND ADOPTING VOTE

I, the undersigned, being the duly qualified and acting recording officer of the City of Whitefish, Montana (the “City”), hereby certify that the attached resolution is a true copy of Resolution No. ____________, entitled: “RESOLUTION RELATING TO SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 167; CREATING THE DISTRICT FOR THE PURPOSE OF UNDERTAKING CERTAIN LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS AND FINANCING THE COSTS THEREOF AND INCIDENTAL THERETO THROUGH THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT BONDS SECURED BY THE CITY’S SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT REVOLVING FUND” (the “Resolution”), on file in the original records of the City in my legal custody; that the Resolution was duly adopted by the City Council of the City at a meeting on August 17, 2015, and that the meeting was duly held by the City Council and was attended throughout by a quorum, pursuant to call and notice of such meeting given as required by law; and that the Resolution has not as of the date hereof been amended or repealed. I further certify that, upon vote being taken on the Resolution at said meeting, the following Council Members voted in favor thereof: ___________________________________ ____________________________________________; voted against the same:_____________ ______________________________________________________; abstained from voting thereon:_________________________________________________________; or were absent: __________________________________________________________. WITNESS my hand officially this

day of August, 2015.

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RESOLUTION NO. RESOLUTION RELATING TO SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 167; CREATING THE DISTRICT FOR THE PURPOSE OF UNDERTAKING CERTAIN LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS AND FINANCING THE COSTS THEREOF AND INCIDENTAL THERETO THROUGH THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT BONDS SECURED BY THE CITY’S SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT REVOLVING FUND BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council (the “Council”) of the City of Whitefish (the “City”), Montana, as follows: Section 1. Passage of Resolution of Intention. This Council, on July 20, 2015, adopted Resolution No. 15-21 (the “Resolution of Intention”), pursuant to which this Council declared its intention to create a special improvement district, designated as Special Improvement District No. 167 of the City (the “District”), under Montana Code Annotated, Title 7, Chapter 12, Parts 41 and 42, as amended, for the purpose of financing a portion of the costs of certain local improvements described generally therein and consisting primarily of the design, engineering, construction and equipping of a new downtown parking structure, to include approximately 212 parking spaces and approximately 2,819 square feet of retail space and related improvements, to be located on Baker Avenue, between East 2nd Street and East 1st Street (the “Improvements”) and paying costs incidental thereto, including costs associated with the sale and the security of special improvement district bonds drawn on the District (the “Bonds”), the creation and administration of the District, and the funding of a deposit to the City’s Special Improvement District Revolving Fund (the “Revolving Fund”). Section 2. Notice and Public Hearing. Notice of passage of the Resolution of Intention was duly published and mailed in all respects in accordance with law, and on August 17, 2015, this Council conducted a public hearing to hear and pass upon protests against the proposed Improvements and the creation of the District. The public hearing was the first meeting of the Council following the expiration of the period ended 15 days after the first date of publication of the notice of passage of the Resolution of Intention (the “Protest Period”). Section 3. Protests. Within the Protest Period, __________ (___) protests were filed with the City Clerk by the owners of property in the District subject to assessment, representing _______% of the total estimated costs of the Improvements and costs incidental thereto to be assessed against the properties in the District, in accordance with the method or methods of assessment in the Resolution of Intention. Section 4. Creation of the District; Insufficiency of Protests. At the next regular meeting after the expiration of the Protest Period (i.e., the meeting on August 17, 2015), the Council heard and passed upon all protests and determined that the protests made by owners in the District to be assessed for the cost of the proposed Improvements and incidental costs to be financed with the Bonds is not more than 50% of all of such costs in the District. The Council found and hereby ratifies and confirms that the protests against the creation of the District or the

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making of the Improvements filed during the Protest Period are insufficient. The District is hereby created on the terms and conditions set forth in, and otherwise in accordance with, the Resolution of Intention. The findings and determinations made in the Resolution of Intention, including, without limitation, those relating to benefits conferred, funding the Revolving Fund and securing the Bonds thereby, and using the proceeds of the Bonds to pay or reimburse the City for a portion of the costs of the Improvements and costs incidental thereto are hereby ratified and confirmed. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, this 17th day of August, 2015. Mayor Attest:

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418 E. Second Street Whitefish, MT 59937 SUBJECT: OPPOSITION TO PROPOSED ORDINANCE NO. 15-12 Dear Honorable Mayor and City Council, I am opposed to a (special) assessment to my property located at 110 Lupfer Avenue for the purposes

of financing costs of a Downtown Parking Structure. My business/property is located 2 blocks from the

proposed Parking Structure Site Location and I don't see our customers using it. The city of Whitefish greatly neglects snow removal and sidewalk maintenance during the winter months on First Avenue and Lupfer Avenue. A large portion of our clientele are at an age where walking in these conditions would create a hazard. The parking spaces located directly in front of my property should be designated for my building, however they are not. The first parking space is obstructed by the poorly designed curb, therefore offsetting the rest of the parking spaces. I believe that the small businesses should not be burdened with the cost of the parking structure, it should be paid for by the people who are using it. My customers have stated they will continue to seek parking closer to my business. Perhaps paying a "Special Assessment" for my property, and other like business property/businesses distant from the new parking structure would be better served if paid to have "reserved" use of street parking spaces fronting the business (and the City could use that special assessment monies toward the Parking Structure).

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Resolution of Intention passed on July 20, 2015

CERTIFICATE AS TO RESOLUTION AND ADOPTING VOTE

I, the undersigned, being the duly qualified and acting recording officer of the City of Whitefish, Montana (the "City"), hereby certify that the attached resolution is a true copy of Resolution No. 15- 2 1, entitled: "RESOLUTION RELATING TO SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 167; DECLARING IT TO BE THE INTENTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL TO CREATE THE DISTRICT FOR THE PURPOSE OF UNDERTAKING CERTAIN LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS AND FINANCING THE COSTS THEREOF AND INCIDENTAL THERETO THROUGH THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT BONDS SECURED BY THE CITY'S SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT REVOLVING FUND" (the "Resolution"), on file in the original records of the City in my legal custody; that the Resolution was duly adopted by the City Council of the City at a meeting on July 20, 2015, and that the meeting was duly held by the City Council and was attended throughout by a quorum, pursuant to call and notice of such meeting given as required by law; and that the Resolution has not as of the date hereof been amended or repealed. I further certify that, upon vote being taken on the Resolution at said meeting, the following Council Members voted in favor thereof: Barberis, Frandsen, Hildner, Feury, and Sweeney; voted against the same: none; abstained from voting thereon: Fitzgerald; or were absent: none . WITNESS my hand officially this 2 1st day of July , 2015.

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RESOLUTION NO. 15-21 RESOLUTION RELATING TO SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 167; DECLARING IT TO BE THE INTENTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL TO CREATE THE DISTRICT FOR THE PURPOSE OF UNDERTAKING CERTAIN LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS AND FINANCING THE COSTS THEREOF AND INCIDENTAL THERETO THROUGH THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT BONDS SECURED BY THE CITY’S SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT REVOLVING FUND BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Whitefish (the “City”), Montana, as follows: Section 1. Proposed Improvements; Intention To Create District. The City proposes to undertake certain local improvements (referred to herein as either the “Improvements” or the “Parking Structure”) to benefit certain property located in the City. The Improvements consist of design, engineering, construction and equipping of a new downtown parking structure, as more particularly described in Section 5. The total estimated construction costs of the Improvements are $7,759,435. The costs of the Improvements and incidental costs are expected to be paid from the following sources: (1) the special improvement district bonds hereinafter described; (2) tax increment revenues and bonds payable from tax increment revenues from the Whitefish Urban Renewal District; and (3) funds the City has on hand and available therefor. It is the intention of this Council to create and establish in the City under Montana Code Annotated, Title 7, Chapter 12, Parts 41 and 42, as amended, a special improvement district (the “District”) for the purpose of financing a portion of the costs of the Improvements and paying costs incidental thereto, including costs associated with the sale and the security of special improvement district bonds drawn on the District (the “SID Bonds”), the creation and administration of the District, and the funding of a deposit to the City’s Special Improvement District Revolving Fund (the “Revolving Fund”). The total estimated costs of the Improvements, including such incidental costs, to be financed by the SID Bonds are $880,000. The SID Bonds are to be payable primarily from special assessments to be levied against commercial property in the District, which property will be specially benefitted by the Improvements in an amount not less than $880,000. The SID Bonds will pay only a small fraction of the costs of the Improvements that confer benefits on the properties to be assessed. Section 2. Number of District. The District, if the same shall be created and established, shall be known and designated as Special Improvement District No. 167 of the City of Whitefish, Montana. Section 3. Boundaries of District. The limits and boundaries of the District are depicted on a map attached as Exhibit A hereto (which is hereby incorporated herein and made a part hereof) and more particularly described on Exhibits B-1 and B-2 hereto. As shown on the boundary lines circumscribing the areas on the attached Exhibit A, the District consists of two discrete areas designated Tier 1 and Tier 2. The outside boundary, in blue, is approximately ¼ of one mile from the proposed location of the Parking Structure. Property inside the blue boundary

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and outside the green boundary is referred to herein as located in “Tier 2.” The inside boundary, in green, encompasses the general downtown business district of the City. Property inside the green boundary is referred to herein as located in “Tier 1.” The legal description of the boundaries of Tier 1 is as set forth in the attached Exhibit B-1 and the legal description of the boundaries of Tier 2 is as set forth in the attached Exhibit B-2 (each of which are hereby incorporated herein and made a part hereof), which boundaries are designated and confirmed as the boundaries of each sub-area comprising the District. A listing of each of the properties in the District, the owner or owners thereof, whether the property is included in “Tier 1” or “Tier 2,” whether the property is subject to assessment and, if so, the amount of the assessment based on factors prevailing as of the date of this resolution, and other details, are shown on Exhibit C hereto (which is hereby incorporated herein and made a part hereof). Section 4. Benefitted Property. The District and territory included within the limits and boundaries described in Section 3 and as shown on Exhibits A, B and C are hereby declared to be the special improvement district and the territory which, on a sub-area by sub-area basis, will benefit from and be benefitted by the Improvements and will be assessed for a portion of the costs of the Improvements as described in Sections 1 and 7. The Improvements, in the opinion of this Council, are of more than local and ordinary benefit, and the property included within said limits and boundaries is hereby declared to be the property benefitted by the Improvements on a sub-area by sub-area basis. Section 5. General Character of the Improvements. The general character of the Improvements is design, engineering, construction and equipping of a new downtown parking structure, to include approximately 212 parking spaces and approximately 2,819 square feet of retail space and related improvements, to be located on Baker Avenue, between East 2nd Street and East 1st Street. Section 6. Estimated Cost. Mosaic Architecture, the City’s architects with respect to the Improvements, has estimated that the construction costs of the Improvements are $7,759,435. The total estimated cost of the Improvements and incidental costs to be financed with proceeds of the SID Bonds are set forth on the attached Exhibit D. Section 7. Assessment Methods. 7.1. Combination of Methods; Property To Be Assessed. The costs of the Improvements shall be assessed against the property in the District benefitting from the Improvements, based on the benefit to be received by each benefited lot, tract or parcel of land within the District, as determined with respect to the considerations described in Section 7-12-4165, M.C.A., as particularly applied and set forth in Ordinance No. 15-12 and in this Section 7. 7.2. Relative Distance of the Improvements. As noted above, the outside boundary of Tier 2 is approximately ¼ of one mile from the proposed location of the Improvements. The boundary of Tier 1 encompasses the City’s general downtown business district. According to Crandall & Arambula, consultants to the City, people will generally walk ¼ of a mile from parking locations for shopping or other activities. Therefore, this Council determines that, based on the relative distance of the Parking Structure and information from its

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consultants, all properties located within Tier 1 and Tier 2 are the properties specifically benefited by the Parking Structure. In addition, this Council determines that properties located in Tier 1 will enjoy a greater direct benefit from the Parking Structure and that those properties located in Tier 2 will enjoy a lesser direct benefit from the Parking Structure, based on their relative distance from the Parking Structure and the general layout of downtown Whitefish. Therefore, this Council hereby includes the relative distance of the Parking Structure from each parcel of land in the District as a factor in the formula for determining the assessment, and determines that each assessable square foot of floor space within Tier 1 is to be assessed twice as much as each assessable square foot of floor space within Tier 2. This assessment metric recognizes that properties in Tier 2 receive benefits from the Improvements, though not to the degree enjoyed by properties in the general downtown business district (Tier 1), and mitigates the amount of the special assessments in Tier 1. 7.3. Relative Need for Parking Spaces. This Council finds that business, commercial and tax-exempt (e.g., City Hall, Central School, but excluding property owned by the federal government) properties (collectively referred to herein as “commercial”) generate significantly greater demand for parking than residential or vacant properties, and City zoning currently requires each residential property in the City to provide at least one off-street parking space, whereas non-residential users are not required to have off-street parking. Considering the relative demands for parking spaces for each parcel of land located within the boundaries of the District, as established by the City zoning ordinance and in relation to the use of each parcel, this Council hereby determines that commercial properties in the District have a greater need for offsite parking spaces than residential properties or vacant properties, and will therefore benefit more than residential or vacant properties from the greater availability of parking spaces resulting from the Parking Structure. Therefore, this Council hereby includes the relative need for parking spaces as a factor in the formula for determining the assessment, and determines that all commercial properties within the District will be assessed for a portion of the costs of the Parking Structure, and residential and vacant properties within the District will not be assessed for the costs of the Parking Structure. Determinations with respect to whether a property is “vacant,” “residential,” or “commercial” will be made annually prior to the date when special assessments are placed on the tax rolls for the upcoming November and May payments. Whether a property is vacant, residential, or commercial will be governed by the designations made by the Montana Department of Revenue, with the exception of vacation rentals, which, for purposes of this resolution, shall be deemed to be commercial properties. 7.4. Assessed Value of Each Parcel Within the District. This Council has considered the assessed value of each parcel within the District, and has determined that this metric is not an appropriate way of measuring the proportional benefits conferred by the Parking Structure to each benefited parcel within the District because it has little relevancy or correlation to the need for and benefits derived from the availability of parking. In addition, assessed values of properties owned by organizations exempt from state property tax are generally not available. Therefore, this Council hereby includes the assessed value of each parcel within the District as a factor in the formula for determining the assessment, and determines to give this factor a weight of zero.

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7.5. Square Footage of Each Parcel within the District as it Relates to the Whole. This Council has considered the square footage of each parcel within the District as it relates to the whole, and has determined that it does not adequately or consistently reflect correlative benefits of the Parking Structure to each benefited tract of land within the District. Therefore, this Council hereby includes the square footage of each parcel within the District as it relates to the whole as a factor in the formula for determining the assessment, and determines to give this factor a weight of zero. 7.6. Square Footage of Floorspace in any Improvements on Parcels. This Council hereby determines that the square footage of floorspace in improvements on parcels in the District, as well as whether such improvements are used for residential or commercial purposes, are significant factors in determining the proportional benefit of the Parking Structure to each benefited tract of land in the District. As discussed above, whether a parcel is vacant or has improvements on it and whether improvements are used for residential or commercial purposes are important factors in determining such parcel’s parking needs. Therefore, this Council hereby includes the square footage of floorspace in improvements on commercial properties as a factor to be considered in the formula for determining the assessment. Based on information obtained from the Montana Department of Revenue CAMA assessor reports, the total assessable square footage of the floor space in the District to be assessed is currently 902,480 square feet. This Council hereby determines that, as of the date of this resolution and subject to Section 7.8 below, the costs of the Parking Garage per square foot of assessable area in Tier 1 of the District to be assessed would be $1.233 and the costs of the Parking Garage per square foot of assessable area in Tier 2 of the District to be assessed would be $0.616. 7.7. Availability of Existing On-site Parking Space on any Parcel of Land Within the District. This Council hereby includes the availability of existing on-site parking spaces on parcels of land within the District as a factor in the formula for determining the assessment, and determines that, as of the date of this resolution, each owner of commercial property within the District that provides off-street, on-site parking for the benefit of his or her property would be given a credit in the amount of $51.46 per parking space against the amount of the assessment of such property. For properties with shared parking spaces, the number of parking spaces for each unit will be calculated based on the relative square footage of each unit. 7.8. Assessments Subject to Change. Assessments in the District will be evaluated on an annual basis based on the factors described above and are subject to change. In the event that additional properties in the District become assessable in the future (through the construction of additional square footage of floorspace in improvements, conversion of residential or vacant property to commercial use, or otherwise), assessments will be re-spread across the additional assessable properties and, assuming the fiscal year debt service on the SID Bonds remains constant, the dollar amount of assessments per square foot of assessable area will decrease. To the extent that currently assessable properties become exempt from assessment in the future (by conversion to residential use or by becoming vacant or otherwise), assessments will be re-spread against the lesser number of assessable properties in the District and, assuming the fiscal year debt service on the SID Bonds remains constant, the dollar amount of assessments per square foot of assessable area will increase.

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Section 8. Payment of Assessments. The special assessments for the costs of the Improvements shall be payable over a term not exceeding 20 years, each in equal semiannual installments of principal, plus interest, or equal semiannual payments of principal and interest, as this Council shall prescribe in the resolution authorizing the issuance of the SID Bonds. Property owners have the right to prepay assessments as provided by law. Section 9. Method of Financing; Pledge of Revolving Fund; Findings and Determinations. The City will issue the SID Bonds in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $880,000 in order to finance a portion of the costs of the Improvements. Principal of and interest on the SID Bonds will be paid from special assessments levied against the assessable property in the District. This Council further finds it is in the public interest, and in the best interest of the City and the District, to secure payment of principal of and interest on the SID Bonds by the Revolving Fund and hereby authorizes the City to enter into the undertakings and agreements authorized in Section 7-12-4225 in respect of the SID Bonds. In determining to authorize such undertakings and agreements, this Council has taken into consideration the following factors: (a) Estimated Market Value of Parcels. The estimated market value of the commercial lots, parcels or tracts in the District to be assessed for the costs of the Improvements, as of the date of adoption of this resolution, as estimated by the County Assessor for property tax purposes, is set forth in Exhibit C hereto. The special assessments to be levied under Section 7 against each lot, parcel or tract in the District is less than the increase in estimated market value of the lot, parcel or tract as a result of the construction of the Improvements. (b) Diversity of Property Ownership. There are 194 properties with distinct assessor numbers in the District to be assessed for the Improvements, most of which are owned by different owners. (c) Comparison of Special Assessments and Property Taxes and Market Value. The assessed value of each commercial lot, tract or parcel is greater than the amount of the assessment to be levied against it. (d) Delinquencies. There are currently special assessments levied against properties in the District, but the levy of those special assessments will terminate by the time any special assessments are levied to pay a fraction of the costs of the Improvements. The historical rate of tax delinquencies in the District is not greater than the City as a whole. Three of the 194 properties in the District to be assessed for the Improvements have tax delinquencies as of May 1, 2015. (e) The Public Benefit of the Improvements. The Improvements will result in additional off-street parking in the City’s downtown area, decreasing street parking congestion and improving access to downtown businesses and City Hall. The Improvements are of general benefit to the public and special benefit to the commercial lots, tracts and parcels within the District.

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Section 10. Public Hearing; Protests. At any time within fifteen ( 15) days from and after the date of the first publication of the notice of the passage and approval of this resolution, any owner of real property within the District subject to assessment and taxation for the cost and expense of making the Improvements may make and file with the City Clerk until 5:00p.m., M.T., on the expiration date of said 15-day period (August 13, 2015), written protest against the proposed Improvements, or against the extension or creation of the District or both. Such protest must be in writing, identify the property in the District owned by the p rotestor and be signed by all owners of the property. The protest must be delivered to the City Clerk, who shall endorse thereon the date of its receipt by him or her. This Council will at its next regular meeting after the expiration of the fifteen ( 15) days in which such protests in writing can be made and filed, proceed to hear all such protests so made and filed; which said regular meeting will be held on August 17, 2015, at 7: 10 p.m., at City Hall, 402 East Second Street, in Whitefish, Montana. Section 1 1. Notice of Passage of Resolution of Intention. The City Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to post and publish or cause to be published a copy of a notice of the passage of this resolution in the Whitefish Pilot, a newspaper of general circulation in the county, on July 29 and August 5, 2015, in the form and manner prescribed by law, and to mail or cause to be mailed a copy of said notice to every person, firm, corporation, or the agent of such person, firm, or corporation having real property within the District listed in his or her name upon the last completed assessment roll for state, county, and school district taxes, at his last-known address, on or before the same day such notice is first published. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, this 20th day of July, 2015.

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EXHIBIT A

THE BLUE AND GREEN LINES ON THE NORTHERN BOUNDARY OF THE CITY LIMITS ARE COTERMINOUS AND THE BLUE LINE IS SHOWN SEPARATELY SO BOTH COLORS ARE VISIBLE

TIER 1 ASSESSMENT (APPROXIMATELY 1/8 MILE FROM PARKING STRUCTURE-INSIDE THE CITY LIMITS)

PARKING STRUCTURE SID BOUNDARIES

TIER 2 ASSESSMENT (APPROXIMATELY 1/8 MILE TO 1/4 MILE FROM PARKING STRUCTURE-INSIDE THE CITY LIMITS)

DATE: DECEMBER 10, 2014

A-1

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EXHIBIT B-1

Legal descriptions for City of Whitefish Parking Structure SID Boundaries Tier 1 That portion of the Northeast 1/4 of Section 36, Township 31 North, Range 22 West, Principal Meridian, City of Whitefish, Flathead County, Montana described as follows: BEGINNING at the intersection of the north right of way line of Fourth Street and the west right of way line of Spokane Avenue as shown on the 1903 Map of Whitefish Montana, records of Flathead County, Montana; thence northerly along said west right of way line of said Spokane Avenue to the north boundary of the Subdivision Plat of Depot Square, records of Flathead County, Montana; thence westerly along said north boundary of said Subdivision Plat of Depot Square to the northeast corner of Lot 1 of An Amended Plat of Lots 1A & 1B of the Amended Subdivision Plat of Lot 1, Depot Square; thence westerly and southeasterly along the north and west boundaries of said Lot 1 to the most southerly corner of said Lot 1; thence south to the south right of way line of Railway Street as shown on said 1903 Map of Whitefish Montana; thence westerly along said south right of way line of said Railway Street to its intersection with the east right of way line of O’Brien Avenue as shown on said 1903 Map of Whitefish Montana; thence southerly along said east right of way line of said O’Brien Avenue to its intersection with the north right of way line of said Fourth Street; thence easterly along said north right of way line of said Fourth Street to the Point of Beginning, all as shown on the Parking Structure SID Boundaries exhibit, dated December 10, 2014, which is herewith incorporated in and made a part of this legal description, and EXCEPTING THEREFROM all public right of ways within the above described land.

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EXHIBIT B-2

Legal descriptions for City of Whitefish Parking Structure SID Boundaries Tier 2 That portion of the Northeast 1/4 and the Northwest 1/4 of Section 36, Township 31 North, Range 22 West, Principal Meridian, City of Whitefish, Flathead County, Montana described as follows: BEGINNING at the intersection of the north right of way line of Fifth Street and the west right of way line of Kalispell Avenue as shown on the 1903 Map of Whitefish Montana, records of Flathead County, Montana; thence northerly along said west right of way line of said Kalispell Avenue to its intersection with the north right of way line of Railway Street as shown on An Amended Plat of Lots 4 & 5 of Depot Square & of Block 29 of Whitefish Original, records of Flathead County, Montana; thence continuing along the northerly extension of said west right of way line of said Kalispell Avenue across Lot 2 and Lot 1 of said Amended Plat to the southeast corner of Depot Street as shown on the Subdivision Plat of Depot Square, records of Flathead County, Montana; thence northerly along the easterly boundaries of said Depot Street and Lot 3 of said Subdivision Plat of Depot Square to the north boundary thereof; thence westerly along said north boundary of said Subdivision Plat of Depot Square to the northeast corner of Lot 1 of An Amended Plat of Lots 1A & 1B of the Amended Subdivision Plat of Lot 1, Depot Square; thence westerly and southeasterly along the north and west boundaries of said Lot 1 to the most southerly corner of said Lot 1; thence south to the south right of way line of Railway Street as shown on said 1903 Map of Whitefish Montana; thence westerly along said south right of way line of said Railway Street and its extension thereof to the west right of way line of O’Brien Avenue as shown on said 1903 Map of Whitefish Montana; thence northerly along said west right of way line of said O’Brien Avenue to the northeast corner of Tract 1 of Certificate of Survey No. 17900, records of Flathead County, Montana; thence westerly along the north boundary of the following four parcels of land: said Tract 1 of said Certificate of Survey No. 17900, that parcel described in Document No. 2007-000-25473, that parcel described in Document No. 2007-000-26953, and that parcel denoted as 6AA of Certificate of Survey No. 15724, all records of Flathead County, Montana, to the northwest

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corner of said 6AA of said Certificate of Survey No. 15724; thence southerly along the west boundary of said 6AA to the north right of way line of said Railway Street; thence easterly along said north right of way line of said Railway Street to its intersection with the northerly extension of the east right of way line of Miles Avenue as shown on said 1903 Map of Whitefish Montana; thence southerly along said east right of way line of said Miles Avenue and its extension thereof to its intersection with the westerly extension of the north right of way line of said Fifth Street; thence easterly along said westerly extension of the north right of way line of Fifth Street and along the north right of way line of Fifth Street to the Point of Beginning, all as shown on the Parking Structure SID Boundaries exhibit, dated December 10, 2014, which is herewith incorporated in and made a part of this legal description, and EXCEPTING THEREFROM all public right of ways within the above described land.

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A

1

Prepared:

2

Control q hides rows

3

ASSRNO

B

E

December 12, 2014

F

July 20, 2015

G

H

I

J

K

P

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

OWN

AU

AV

Changed some A and E in Column P and some Tiers in Column R - did not affect any assessment levels - they were ok - only affected counts of A and E properties. Chuck Stearns 7/20/15 Assessed (A) or

TRACT_ID

AT

MP_TAG

Addr1

Square footage of floorspace

Floor space and Tier # of Existing onsite

Credit for on-site

Parking SID Assessment

4

from CAMA Assessor Reports

Assessment per sq ft

parking

(over 20 years with interest) Market Value

5

for each property (includes basements) 343 CENTRAL AVE

Addr2

Addr3

WHITEFISH MT 59937

Addr4

Addr5

Exempt (E )

Principal amount of

A

Tier

1

1,530

$1.233

parking spaces

6

0000955

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK52

ABELL LIFE ESTATE, TERRELL LOUIS

P

7.00

$360.21

7

0000955

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK52

ABELL LIFE ESTATE, LOUISE B

P

$0.00

8

0000955

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK52

ABELL, TARN M & KOEL C R

P

$0.00

9

0000955

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK52

ABELL LIFE ESTATE, TERRELL LOUIS

P

$0.00

10 0000955

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK52

ABELL LIFE ESTATE, CHARLES RUSSELL

P

$0.00

11 0000955

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK52

ABELL LIFE ESTATE, LOUISE B

P

$0.00

12 0000955

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK52

ABELL, TARN M & KOEL C R

P

$0.00

13 0000955

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK52

ABELL LIFE ESTATE, CHARLES RUSSELL

P

$0.00

14 0000955

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK52

ABELL LIFE ESTATE, TERRELL LOUIS

P

$0.00

15 0000955

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK52

ABELL LIFE ESTATE, CHARLES RUSSELL

P

343 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

16 0000955

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK52

ABELL LIFE ESTATE, LOUISE B

P

343 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

17 0000955

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK52

ABELL, TARN M & KOEL C R

P

343 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

18 0000955

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK52

ABELL LIFE ESTATE, CHARLES RUSSELL

M

PO BOX 68

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

19 0000955

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK52

ABELL LIFE ESTATE, LOUISE B

M

PO BOX 68

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

20 0000955

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK52

ABELL LIFE ESTATE, TERRELL LOUIS

M

PO BOX 68

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

21 0000955

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK52

ABELL, TARN M & KOEL C R

M

PO BOX 68

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

22 0000955

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK52

ABELL, TARN M & KOEL C R

M

PO BOX 68

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

23 0000955

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK52

ABELL LIFE ESTATE, TERRELL LOUIS

M

PO BOX 68

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

24 0000955

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK52

ABELL LIFE ESTATE, LOUISE B

M

PO BOX 68

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

25 0000955

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK52

ABELL LIFE ESTATE, CHARLES RUSSELL

M

PO BOX 68

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

26 0000955

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK52

ABELL LIFE ESTATE, TERRELL LOUIS

M

PO BOX 68

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

27 0000955

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK52

ABELL LIFE ESTATE, LOUISE B

M

PO BOX 68

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

28 0000955

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK52

ABELL LIFE ESTATE, CHARLES RUSSELL

M

PO BOX 68

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

29 0000955

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK52

ABELL, TARN M & KOEL C R

M

PO BOX 68

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

30 0000958

3122X36-WHX-2

SAUREY, WAYNE G

P

10 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

31 0000958

3122X36-WHX-2

VAN LAWICK, MARISA A

P

10 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

32 0000958

3122X36-WHX-2

SAUREY, WAYNE G

M

10 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

33 0000958

3122X36-WHX-2

VAN LAWICK, MARISA A

M

10 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

34 0001345

3122X36-BRL-UNIT-1

TRILLIUM MANAGEMENT LLC

P

300 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

35 0001345

3122X36-BRL-UNIT-1

TRILLIUM MANAGEMENT LLC

M

P.O. Box 4456

WHITEFISH MT 59937

36 0001550

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK36

STEPHENS FAMILY TRUST, GARY F

P

122 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

37 0001550

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK36

STEPHENS FAMILY TRUST, GARY F

P

124 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

38 0001550

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK36

STEPHENS FAMILY TRUST, GARY F

P

39 0001550

3122X36-WIA-3A

STEPHENS FAMILY TRUST, GARY F

P

40 0001550

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK36

STEPHENS FAMILY TRUST, GARY F

M

122 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

41 0001550

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK36

STEPHENS FAMILY TRUST, GARY F

M

122 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

42 0001550

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK36

STEPHENS FAMILY TRUST, GARY F

M

122 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

43 0001550

3122X36-WIA-3A

STEPHENS FAMILY TRUST, GARY F

M

122 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

44 0004461

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK26

NORTH VALLEY FOOD BANK INC

P

16 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

E

$0.00

1

A

1

7,704

$1.233

0.00

$0.00

A

1

30,250

$1.233

2.00

$102.92

$1,526.04 $

266,272

$

111,300

$9,497.82 $

364,410

$37,190.55 $

1,455,055

$157.80 $

152,038

$0.00

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00

A

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1

128

$1.233

$0.00

Delinquent Taxes

Delinquent SID's

A

B

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

P

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

AT

AU

$0.00

45 0004461

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK26

NORTH VALLEY FOOD BANK INC

M

311 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

46 0004549

3122X36-WIB-2

SOROPTIMIST CLUB OF WHITEFISH

P

303 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

47 0004549

3122X36-WIB-2

SOROPTIMIST CLUB OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 1843

WHITEFISH MT 59937

48 0005195

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK37

HAGADONE MONTANA PUBLISHING LLC

P

312 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

49 0005195

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK37

HAGADONE MONTANA PUBLISHING LLC

M

PO BOX 6200

COEUR D'ALENE ID 83816

50 0005501

3122X36-WH5-2

ASHLEY TRUST, ETHEL R

P

140 E 4TH ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

51 0005501

3122X36-WH5-2

ASHLEY TRUST, ETHEL R

M

4750 PLEASANT OAK DR

FORT COLLINS CO 80525

52 0005743

3122X36-DUC-UNIT-2

DOUBLE S HOLDINGS LLC

P

9 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

53 0005743

3122X36-DUC-UNIT-2

DOUBLE S HOLDINGS LLC

M

57 PATHFINDER TRL

BOZEMAN MT 59718

54 0005744

3122X36-DUC-UNIT-1

KAILA REALTY LLC

P

503 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

55 0005744

3122X36-DUC-UNIT-1

KAILA REALTY LLC

P

505 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

56 0005744

3122X36-DUC-UNIT-1

KAILA REALTY LLC

M

P.O. Box 593

WEST GLACIER MT 59936

57 0008708

3122X36-SPE-UNIT2-GARAGE

MAC DONALD, MARK B

P

419 UNIT 2 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

58 0008708

3122X36-SPE-UNIT2-GARAGE

MAC DONALD, MARK B

M

PO BOX 940

POLSON MT 59860

59 0008709

3122X36-SPE-UNIT3-GARAGE

MAC DONALD, MARK B

P

419 UNIT 3 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

60 0008709

3122X36-SPE-UNIT3-GARAGE

MAC DONALD, MARY

P

419 UNIT 3 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

61 0008709

3122X36-SPE-UNIT3-GARAGE

MAC DONALD, MARK B

M

PO BOX 940

POLSON MT 59860

$0.00

62 0008709

3122X36-SPE-UNIT3-GARAGE

MAC DONALD, MARY

M

PO BOX 940

POLSON MT 59860

$0.00

63 0008710

3122X36-SPE-UNIT4-GARAGE

MAC DONALD, MARK B

P

419 UNIT 4 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

64 0008710

3122X36-SPE-UNIT4-GARAGE

MAC DONALD, MARK B

M

PO BOX 940

POLSON MT 59860

A

1

2,488

$1.233

7.00

$360.21

A

1

1,500

$1.233

4.00

$205.84

$2,707.10 $

256,234

$1,643.42 $

212,028

$

150,255

$5,827.64 $

643,740

$6,251.74 $

529,892

$400.94 $

95,506

$

95,453

$

93,757

$259.18 $

84,521

$1,898.58 $

233,812

$1,494.20 $

218,602

$1,101.41 $

189,160

$

126,615

$2,465.68 $

288,178

$

52,735

$729.84 $

82,685

$3,914.00 $

347,456

$

150,202

$0.00

$0.00 E

$0.00

2

$0.00 A

1

4,727

$1.233

$0.00 $0.00

A

1

5,071

$1.233

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00

A

2

880

$0.616

2.75

$141.51 $0.00

E

E

$0.00

2

$0.00

2

$0.00

65 0008740

3122X36-ZMU-UNIT-C

NORTH COUNTRY BUILDERS INC

P

144 UNIT 301 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

66 0008740

3122X36-ZMU-UNIT-C

NORTH COUNTRY BUILDERS INC

M

844 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

2

448

$0.616

0.33

$16.98

67 0009801

3122X36-LFT-2

DUFFY & THOMAS HOLDINGS LLC

P

130 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

68 0009801

3122X36-LFT-2

DUFFY & THOMAS HOLDINGS LLC

M

130 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

69 0009802

3122X36-LFT-3

LAKEVIEW PROPERTIES LLC

P

120 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

70 0009802

3122X36-LFT-3

LAKEVIEW PROPERTIES LLC

M

121 WISCONSIN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

71 0009803

3122X36-LFA-UNIT-A

KNOT DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT LLC

P

116 UNIT A LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

72 0009803

3122X36-LFA-UNIT-A

KNOT DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT LLC

M

PO BOX 5181

WHITEFISH MT 59937

73 0009893

3122X36-WH6-8B

COPE, DAWN M

P

111 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

74 0009893

3122X36-WH6-8B

CARSPECKEN, RANDALL R

P

111 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

75 0009893

3122X36-WH6-8B

CARSPECKEN, RANDALL R

M

107 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

76 0009893

3122X36-WH6-8B

COPE, DAWN M

M

107 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

77 0009953

3122X36-LUP-UNIT-A

MAXWELL, REECIA & RONALD L

P

110 UNIT A LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

78 0009953

3122X36-LUP-UNIT-A

MAXWELL, REECIA & RONALD L

M

1263 TALLY DR

WHITEFISH MT 59937

79 0010220

3122X36-WHT-14-E40-BLK25

LINK, JOSEPH R

P

222 E 1ST

80 0010220

3122X36-WHT-14-E40-BLK25

LINK, DIANE C BODIN

P

222 E 1ST

81 0010220

3122X36-WHT-14-E40-BLK25

LINK, DIANE C BODIN

M

11 E SUPERIOR ST STE 500

DULUTH MN 55802

$0.00

82 0010220

3122X36-WHT-14-E40-BLK25

LINK, JOSEPH R

M

11 E SUPERIOR ST STE 500

DULUTH MN 55802

$0.00

$0.00 A

1

1,540

$1.233

0.00

$0.00 $0.00

A

1

1,212

$1.233

0.00

$0.00

A

1

956

$1.233

1.50

$77.19

$0.00

$0.00 E

A

$0.00

2

1

2,000

$1.233

0.00

$0.00 $0.00

E

$0.00

1

$0.00

83 0010257

3122X36-LUP-UNIT-B

MAXWELL, REECIA & RONALD L

P

110 UNIT B LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

84 0010257

3122X36-LUP-UNIT-B

MAXWELL, REECIA & RONALD L

M

1263 TALLY DR

WHITEFISH MT 59937

85 0010258

3122X36-LUP-UNIT-C

LEWIS LIVING TRUST, FRANK M & SARAH B

P

235 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

86 0010258

3122X36-LUP-UNIT-C

LEWIS LIVING TRUST, FRANK M & SARAH B

M

1525 NW 57TH ST #515

SEATTLE WA 98107

87 0011580

3122X36-RAI-UNIT221-E1STST

HALF FULL LLC

P

221 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

88 0011580

3122X36-RAI-UNIT221-E1STST

HALF FULL LLC

M

215 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

1

592

$1.233

0.00

$0.00 $0.00

A

1

3,300

$1.233

3.00

$154.38 $0.00

E

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$0.00

1

$0.00

AV

A

B

E

F

G

H

89 0011581

3122X36-RAI-UNIT215-E1STST

HALF FULL LLC

P

215 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

90 0011581

3122X36-RAI-UNIT215-E1STST

HALF FULL LLC

M

397 BLANCHARD LAKE RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

91 0011582

3122X36-RAI-UNIT227-E1STST

HALF FULL LLC

P

227 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

92 0011582

3122X36-RAI-UNIT227-E1STST

HALF FULL LLC

M

397 BLANCHARD LAKE RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

93 0011586

3122X36-LUP-UNIT-D

PASTOR FAMILY HG LLC

P

231 UNIT D E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

94 0011586

3122X36-LUP-UNIT-D

PASTOR FAMILY HG LLC

M

PO BOX 243

BIGFORK MT 59911

I

J

K

P

A

R

Z

1

AG

945

AH

$1.233

AK

0.00

1

$0.00

AT

AU

$1,165.04 $

176,866

$1,165.04 $

176,866

$1,141.93 $

180,922

$1,141.93 $

180,922

$569.89 $

89,773

$569.89 $

89,773

$

259,392

$3,803.78 $

233,073

$

101,760

$

184,280

$

86,337

$0.00

1

A

AM

945

$1.233

0.00

$0.00 $0.00

A

1

968

$1.233

1.00

$51.46 $0.00

95 0011587

3122X36-LUP-UNIT-E

NO NAME PROPERTIES LLC

P

231 UNIT E E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

96 0011587

3122X36-LUP-UNIT-E

NO NAME PROPERTIES LLC

M

377 KOKANEE BND

COLUMBIA FALLS MT 59912

A

1

968

$1.233

1.00

$51.46

97 0011588

3122X36-LUP-UNIT-F

JONES, LISA

P

231 UNIT F E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

1

504

$1.233

1.00

$51.46

98 0011588

3122X36-LUP-UNIT-F

JONES, LISA

M

314 BLANCHARD HOLLOW RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

99 0011589

3122X36-LUP-UNIT-G

SLCK LLC

P

231 UNIT G E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

100 0011589

3122X36-LUP-UNIT-G

SLCK LLC

M

168 WILSON HTS

KALISPELL MT 59901

101 0011645

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK38

ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH

P

214 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

102 0011645

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK38

ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH

P

212 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

103 0011645

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK38

ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH

P

$0.00

104 0011645

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK38

ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH

P

$0.00

105 0011645

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK38

ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH

P

$0.00

106 0011645

3122X36-WHT-20-S2-BLK38

ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH

P

$0.00

107 0011645

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK38

ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH

M

PO BOX 1923

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

108 0011645

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK38

ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH

M

PO BOX 1923

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

109 0011645

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK38

ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH

M

PO BOX 1923

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

110 0011645

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK38

ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH

M

PO BOX 1923

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

111 0011645

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK38

ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH

M

PO BOX 1923

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

112 0011645

3122X36-WHT-20-S2-BLK38

ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH

M

PO BOX 1923

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

113 0011742

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK60

FOR THE YOUTH LLC

P

420 E 5TH ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

$0.00 A

1

E

1

504

$1.233

1.00

$51.46 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

A

2

7,256

$0.616

13.00

$668.97

114 0011742

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK60

FOR THE YOUTH LLC

P

$0.00

115 0011742

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK60

FOR THE YOUTH LLC

P

$0.00

116 0011742

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK60

FOR THE YOUTH LLC

P

$0.00

117 0011742

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK60

FOR THE YOUTH LLC

M

45 SCHOLAR BLVD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

118 0011742

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK60

FOR THE YOUTH LLC

M

45 SCHOLAR BLVD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

119 0011742

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK60

FOR THE YOUTH LLC

M

45 SCHOLAR BLVD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

120 0011742

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK60

FOR THE YOUTH LLC

M

45 SCHOLAR BLVD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

121 0011886

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK39

MILLER, LINDA A

P

109 MILES AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

122 0011886

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK39

MILLER, LINDA A

M

PO BOX 4808

WHITEFISH MT 59937

E

2

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00

123 0012464

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK57

CONRAD JR, ARTHUR KELLY

P

410 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

124 0012464

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK57

BERGE, SANDRA LEE

P

410 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

125 0012464

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK57

BERGE, SANDRA LEE

P

$0.00

126 0012464

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK57

CONRAD JR, ARTHUR KELLY

P

$0.00

127 0012464

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK57

BERGE, SANDRA LEE

M

669 SW OTTER WAY

BEND OR 97702

$0.00

128 0012464

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK57

CONRAD JR, ARTHUR KELLY

M

669 SW OTTER WAY

BEND OR 97702

$0.00

129 0012464

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK57

CONRAD JR, ARTHUR KELLY

M

669 SW OTTER WAY

BEND OR 97702

$0.00

130 0012464

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK57

BERGE, SANDRA LEE

M

669 SW OTTER WAY

BEND OR 97702

$0.00

131 0012484

3122X36-TEL-UNIT-115-2

DRUMMOND, JEFFREY M

P

115 UNIT 2 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

132 0012484

3122X36-TEL-UNIT-115-2

NELSON, GARY M

P

115 UNIT 2 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

E

E

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1

$0.00

$0.00 $0.00

AV

A

B

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

P

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

133 0012484

3122X36-TEL-UNIT-115-2

NELSON, GARY M

M

185 SANDY RIVER WAY

COLUMBIA FALLS MT 59912

$0.00

134 0012484

3122X36-TEL-UNIT-115-2

DRUMMOND, JEFFREY M

M

185 SANDY RIVER WAY

COLUMBIA FALLS MT 59912

$0.00

135 0012485

3122X36-TEL-UNIT-115-3

GIVAN, KATHLEEN

P

115 UNIT 3 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

136 0012485

3122X36-TEL-UNIT-115-3

GIVAN, KATHLEEN

M

100 2ND ST E

WHITEFISH MT 59937

137 0012486

3122X36-TEL-UNIT-115-4

BUSHFIELD, JAMES R

P

115 UNIT 4 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

138 0012486

3122X36-TEL-UNIT-115-4

BUSHFIELD, JAMES R

M

P.O. BOX 725

EUREKA, MT 59917

139 0012487

3122X36-TEL-UNIT-115-5

HILL CHAMPION LLC

P

115 UNIT 5 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

140 0012487

3122X36-TEL-UNIT-115-5

HILL CHAMPION LLC

M

AD% FIVE STAR RENTALS

704 BAKER AVE

141 0012488

3122X36-TEL-UNIT-115-6

SICZ, WAYNE & KIM

P

115 UNIT 6 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

142 0012488

3122X36-TEL-UNIT-115-6

SICZ, WAYNE & KIM

M

37936 MISSION VISTA DR

POLSON MT 59860

143 0012489

3122X36-TEL-UNIT-115-7

SCHUTTLER, ROB

P

115 UNIT 7 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

144 0012489

3122X36-TEL-UNIT-115-7

SCHUTTLER, ROB

M

103 STUMPTOWN LOOP

WHITEFISH MT 59937

145 0012490

3122X36-TEL-UNIT-115-8

SCHMIDT, SUSAN M

P

115 UNIT 8 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

146 0012490

3122X36-TEL-UNIT-115-8

SCHMIDT, SUSAN M

M

1600 HODGSON RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

147 0012528

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK51

307 RENTAL LLC

P

312 KALISPELL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

148 0012528

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK51

307 RENTAL LLC

P

$0.00

149 0012528

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK51

307 RENTAL LLC

P

$0.00

150 0012528

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK51

307 RENTAL LLC

P

$0.00

151 0012528

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK51

307 RENTAL LLC

M

P.O. BOX 1398

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

152 0012528

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK51

307 RENTAL LLC

M

P.O. BOX 1398

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

153 0012528

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK51

307 RENTAL LLC

M

P.O. BOX 1398

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

154 0012528

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK51

307 RENTAL LLC

M

P.O. BOX 1398

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

155 0012637

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK51

CANEPA, SARAH

P

336 KALISPELL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

156 0012637

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK51

MC MILLEN, ROBERT SHANE

P

157 0012637

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK51

CANEPA, SARAH

M

336 KALISPELL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

158 0012637

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK51

MC MILLEN, ROBERT SHANE

M

336 KALISPELL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

159 0012670

3122X36-ZNA-UNIT107E1STST

PAYANT, FRANCINE

P

107 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

160 0012670

3122X36-ZNA-UNIT107E1STST

SMITH, STEVEN H

P

107 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

161 0012670

3122X36-ZNA-UNIT107E1STST-100

SMITH, STEVEN H

P

E

$0.00

1

AT

AU

$

86,337

$

78,440

$

78,440

$1,082.75 $

86,337

$1,082.75 $

86,337

$

78,440

$

89,416

$

101,070

$

178,631

$

178,568

$3,191.59 $

133,782

$0.00 E

$0.00

1

$0.00 E

1

A

1

$0.00 $0.00

WHITEFISH MT 59937

920

$1.233

1.00

$51.46 $0.00

A

1

E

1

920

$1.233

1.00

$51.46 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

E

E

$0.00

2

$0.00

2

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 E

$0.00

2

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00

162 0012670

3122X36-ZNA-UNIT107E1STST-100

PAYANT, FRANCINE

P

163 0012670

3122X36-ZNA-UNIT107E1STST

PAYANT, FRANCINE

M

51 MIDRIDGE CLOSE SE

CALGARY AB T2X 1G2

CANADA

$0.00

164 0012670

3122X36-ZNA-UNIT107E1STST

SMITH, STEVEN H

M

51 MIDRIDGE CLOSE SE

CALGARY AB T2X 1G2

CANADA

$0.00

165 0012670

3122X36-ZNA-UNIT107E1STST-100

PAYANT, FRANCINE

M

51 MIDRIDGE CLOSE SE

CALGARY AB T2X 1G2

CANADA

$0.00

166 0012670

3122X36-ZNA-UNIT107E1STST-100

SMITH, STEVEN H

M

51 MIDRIDGE CLOSE SE

CALGARY AB T2X 1G2

CANADA

$0.00

167 0012671

3122X36-ZNA-UNIT113E1STST

O'NEIL, MARCIA D

P

113 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

168 0012671

3122X36-ZNA-UNIT113E1STST-100

O'NEIL, MARCIA D

P

169 0012671

3122X36-ZNA-UNIT113E1STST

O'NEIL, MARCIA D

M

P.O. BOX 5558

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

170 0012671

3122X36-ZNA-UNIT113E1STST-100

O'NEIL, MARCIA D

M

P.O. BOX 5558

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

E

$0.00

2

$0.00

171 0012718

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK51

PICHETCHAIYAKUL, SUNTI & ERICA FIGUEIREDO

P

345 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

172 0012718

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK51

STEVENS, JOHN D AKA JD

P

345 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

173 0012718

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK51

STEVENS, JOHN D AKA JD

P

$0.00

174 0012718

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK51

PICHETCHAIYAKUL, SUNTI & ERICA FIGUEIREDO

P

$0.00

175 0012718

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK51

PICHETCHAIYAKUL, SUNTI & ERICA FIGUEIREDO

M

PO BOX 1862

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

176 0012718

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK51

STEVENS, JOHN D AKA JD

M

PO BOX 1862

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

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5,595

$0.616

5.00

$257.29 $0.00

AV

A

B

E

F

G

H

I

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K

P

R

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AG

AH

AK

AM

177 0012718

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK51

PICHETCHAIYAKUL, SUNTI & ERICA FIGUEIREDO

M

PO BOX 1862

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

178 0012718

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK51

STEVENS, JOHN D AKA JD

M

PO BOX 1862

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

179 0013269

3122X36-CO9-UNIT2-OBRIEN

LEWELLEN, JESSE & DEBBIE

P

2 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

180 0013269

3122X36-CO9-UNIT2-OBRIEN

LEWELLEN, JESSE & DEBBIE

M

1845 FOUR WHEEL DR

WHITEFISH MT 59937

181 0013270

3122X36-CO9-UNIT150-RAILWAY

MTC LAND LLC

P

158 UNIT 150 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

182 0013270

3122X36-CO9-UNIT150-RAILWAY

MTC LAND LLC

M

158 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

183 0013270

3122X36-CO9-UNIT150-RAILWAY

MTC LAND LLC

M

158 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

184 0013271

3122X36-CO9-UNIT152-RAILWAY

MTC LAND LLC

P

152 UNIT 152 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

185 0013271

3122X36-CO9-UNIT152-RAILWAY

MTC LAND LLC

M

158 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

186 0013272

3122X36-CO9-UNIT6-OBRIEN

HARRIS, TIMOTHY & SUSAN DARLENE

P

6 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

187 0013272

3122X36-CO9-UNIT6-OBRIEN

HARRIS, TIMOTHY & SUSAN DARLENE

M

68 BRALORNE CRES SW

CALGARY AB T2W 0Y8

188 0013273

3122X36-CO9-UNIT4-OBRIEN

WIENS, RAYMOND & JOAN

P

4 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

189 0013273

3122X36-CO9-UNIT4-OBRIEN

WIENS, RAYMOND & JOAN

M

PO BOX 32762

DUBAI 32762

190 0013274

3122X36-CO9-UNIT154-RAILWAY

THOMAS, CHRIS & JENIFER

P

154 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

191 0013274

3122X36-CO9-UNIT154-RAILWAY

THOMAS, CHRIS & JENIFER

M

4767 PESCADERO AVE

SAN DIEGO CA 92107

192 0013275

3122X36-CO9-UNIT156-RAILWAY

ELDAUN, PATRICIA & ALEX

P

156 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

193 0013275

3122X36-CO9-UNIT156-RAILWAY

ELDAUN, PATRICIA & ALEX

M

1307 BRIARWOOD PL

SPARWOOD BC V0B 2G2

194 0013420

3122X36-OLE-UNIT-244

OLD TOWNE LAND TRUST

P

244 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

195 0013420

3122X36-OLE-UNIT-244

OLD TOWNE LAND TRUST

M

AD% TWO BEAR MANAGEMENT

ATTN: JIM RUCKER

196 0013421

3122X36-OLE-UNIT-238

CRYSTAL SLOPESIDE LLC

P

238 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

E

$0.00

2

3122X36-OLE-UNIT-238

CRYSTAL SLOPESIDE LLC

M

AD% TWO BEAR MANAGEMENT

ATTN: JIM RUCKER

198 0013422

3122X36-OLE-UNIT-250

OLD TOWNE UNIT 250 LAND TRUST

P

250 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

199 0013422

3122X36-OLE-UNIT-250

OLD TOWNE UNIT 250 LAND TRUST

M

AD% TWO BEAR MANAGEMENT

ATTN: JIM RUCKER

200 0013736

ELDEN, SCOTT W & CARI L

P

444 O'BRIEN AVENUE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

201 0013736

ELDEN, SCOTT W & CARI L

M

444 O'BRIEN AVENUE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

202 0013815

3122X36-LFA-UNIT-C

MORAND, MARY E

P

116 UNIT C LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

203 0013815

3122X36-LFA-UNIT-C

MORAND, MARY E

M

546 EARL DR

NORTHFIELD IL 60093

204 0013816

3122X36-LFA-UNIT-D

FOX, SUSAN

P

116 UNIT D LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

205 0013816

3122X36-LFA-UNIT-D

FOX, SUSAN

M

3415 33RD AVE SW

SEATTLE WA 98126

206 0013945

3122X36-WA7-1

JDB II LLC

P

326 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

207 0013945

3122X36-WA7-1

JDB II LLC

M

418 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

208 0013988

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK35

RED CABOOSE OF WHITEFISH LLC

P

103 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

209 0013988

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK35

RED CABOOSE OF WHITEFISH LLC

M

470 WHITEFISH TRL

KALISPELL MT 59901

210 0014362

3122X36-BRL-UNIT-2

OLD TOWN CREATIVE COMMUNICATIONS LLC

P

300 E 2ND ST

211 0014362

3122X36-BRL-UNIT-2

OLD TOWN CREATIVE COMMUNICATIONS LLC

M

P.O. BOX 4420

WHITEFISH MT 59937

212 0014363

3122X36-BRL-UNIT-3

KRACK, JONATHAN

P

304 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

213 0014363

3122X36-BRL-UNIT-3

KRACK, JONATHAN

M

PO BOX 2009

WHITEFISH MT 59937

214 0014744

ICP M 100 LLC

P

115 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

215 0014744

ICP M 100 LLC

M

AD% TOM DONAHUE

PO BOX 1299

216 0014745

ICP M 100 LLC

P

115 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

217 0014745

ICP M 100 LLC

M

AD% TOM DONAHUE

PO BOX 1299

218 0014746

ICP M 100 LLC

P

115 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

219 0014746

ICP M 100 LLC

M

AD% TOM DONAHUE

PO BOX 1299

220 0014747

ICP M 100 LLC

P

115 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

AU

$

162,046

$741.82 $

240,667

$652.44 $

218,630

$

272,102

$

272,102

$

187,514

$

186,675

$984.61 $

119,197

$984.61 $

219,579

$984.61 $

220,427

$

64,811

$1,633.99 $

142,557

$1,510.71 $

131,547

$

65,848

$1,944.24 $

315,168

$9,497.82 $

364,711

$9,497.82 $

61,541

AV

$0.00 A

2

1,433

$0.616

2.75

$141.51 $0.00 $0.00

A

2

1,288

$0.616

2.75

$141.51 $0.00

E

$0.00

2

$0.00

CANADA

E

$0.00

2

$0.00

UAE

197 0013421

AT

E

$0.00

2

$0.00 E

2

A

1

$0.00 $0.00

CANADA

307 SPOKANE AVE STE 203C

307 SPOKANE AVE STE 203C

307 SPOKANE AVE STE 203C

903

$1.233

2.50

$128.65 $0.00

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

1

903

$1.233

2.50

$128.65

A

1

903

$1.233

2.50

$128.65

$0.00

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

WHITEFISH MT 59937

E

$0.00

2

$0.00 A

1

1,388

$1.233

1.50

$77.19 $0.00

A

1

1,288

$1.233

1.50

$77.19 $0.00

E

$0.00

1

$0.00 A

1

1,744

$1.233

4.00

$205.84 $0.00

A

1

7,704

$1.233

0.00

A

1

7,704

$1.233

0.00

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

A

1

1,706

$1.233

1.00

$51.46

A

1

1,692

$1.233

1.00

$51.46

$2,051.77

$0.00

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$2,034.51

$0.00

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

1

1,821

$1.233

1.00

$51.46

$2,193.55

$0.00

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

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1

769

$1.233

1.00

$51.46

$896.60

$

2,147.37

A

B

221 0014747

E

F

G

H

ICP M 100 LLC

M

AD% TOM DONAHUE

PO BOX 1299

I

J

K

P

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

AT

AU

$0.00

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

1

800

$1.233

0.00

A

1

3,500

$1.233

0.00

$0.00

222 0017998

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK37

ASHLEY TRUST, ETHEL R

P

127 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

223 0017998

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK37

ASHLEY TRUST, ETHEL R

M

4750 PLEASANT OAK DR UNIT 339

FORT COLLINS CO 80525

224 0025830

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK28

PMT PROPERTIES LLC

P

17 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

225 0025830

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK28

PMT PROPERTIES LLC

M

829 HIGHLAND DR

WHITEFISH MT 59937

226 0026450

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK59

ZIMMERMAN, LEE

P

415 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

227 0026450

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK59

ZIMMERMAN, LEE

P

228 0026450

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK59

ZIMMERMAN, LEE

M

415 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

229 0026450

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK59

ZIMMERMAN, LEE

M

415 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

230 0028240

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK54

SMITH, MICHAEL F

P

333 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

231 0028240

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK54

SMITH, MICHAEL F

P

232 0028240

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK54

SMITH, MICHAEL F

M

333 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

233 0028240

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK54

SMITH, MICHAEL F

M

333 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

234 0029300

3122X36-WHT-23-S2-BLK54

BURNSIDE, MARGARET K

P

309 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

235 0029300

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK54

BURNSIDE, MARGARET K

P

$0.00

236 0029300

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK54

VANDERHOFF, DAMON

P

$0.00

237 0029300

3122X36-WHT-23-S2-BLK54

VANDERHOFF, DAMON

P

309 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

238 0029300

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK54

BURNSIDE, MARGARET K

M

PO BOX 4304

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

239 0029300

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK54

VANDERHOFF, DAMON

M

PO BOX 4304

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

240 0029300

3122X36-WHT-23-S2-BLK54

BURNSIDE, MARGARET K

M

PO BOX 4304

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

241 0029300

3122X36-WHT-23-S2-BLK54

VANDERHOFF, DAMON

M

PO BOX 4304

WHITEFISH MT 59937

242 0031401

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK53

346 CENTRAL AVENUE PARTNERSHIP LLP

P

346 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

243 0031401

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK53

346 CENTRAL AVENUE PARTNERSHIP LLP

P

244 0031401

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK53

346 CENTRAL AVENUE PARTNERSHIP LLP

M

PO BOX 1368

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

245 0031401

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK53

346 CENTRAL AVENUE PARTNERSHIP LLP

M

PO BOX 1368

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

246 0031800

3122X36-WHT-2-E68-BLK24

WHITMAN, PATRICIA E

P

38 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

247 0031800

3122X36-WHT-2-E68-BLK24

WHITMAN, PATRICIA E

M

PO BOX 2054

WHITEFISH MT 59937

248 0031850

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK24

BABCOCK, TANNER

P

26 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

249 0031850

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK24

BABCOCK, TANNER

M

2348 NORDIC LOOP

WHITEFISH MT 59937

9 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$986.27 $

86,496

$4,314.95 $

344,684

$

115,433

$

110,398

$

112,042

$5,087.40 $

571,716

$

71,778

$

114,480

$16,850.61 $

1,117,752

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 E

$0.00

2

$0.00

E

$0.00

1

$0.00

E

$0.00

1

$0.00 A

1

4,377

$1.233

6.00

$308.75 $0.00

E

$0.00

2

$0.00 E

$0.00

2

$0.00

250 0039000

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK27

REISCH FAMILY PARTNERSHIP

P

251 0039000

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK27

REISCH FAMILY PARTNERSHIP

P

A

1

15,129

$1.233

35.00

$1,801.06

252 0039000

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK27

REISCH FAMILY PARTNERSHIP

P

404 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

253 0039000

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK27

REISCH FAMILY PARTNERSHIP

P

33 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

254 0039000

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK27

REISCH FAMILY PARTNERSHIP

P

$0.00

255 0039000

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK27

REISCH FAMILY PARTNERSHIP

P

$0.00

256 0039000

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK27

REISCH FAMILY PARTNERSHIP

P

$0.00

257 0039000

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK27

REISCH FAMILY PARTNERSHIP

P

$0.00

258 0039000

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK27

REISCH FAMILY PARTNERSHIP

M

9 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

259 0039000

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK27

REISCH FAMILY PARTNERSHIP

M

9 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

260 0039000

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK27

REISCH FAMILY PARTNERSHIP

M

9 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

261 0039000

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK27

REISCH FAMILY PARTNERSHIP

M

9 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

262 0039000

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK27

REISCH FAMILY PARTNERSHIP

M

9 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

263 0039000

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK27

REISCH FAMILY PARTNERSHIP

M

9 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

264 0039000

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK27

REISCH FAMILY PARTNERSHIP

M

9 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

$0.00

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$0.00

AV

A

B

E

F

G

328 KALISPELL AVE

H

I

WHITEFISH MT 59937

J

K

P

E

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

$0.00

265 0062371

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK51

BERGER, JOHN K & BONNIE L

P

2

266 0062371

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK51

BERGER, JOHN K & BONNIE L

P

267 0062371

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK51

BERGER, JOHN K & BONNIE L

M

14625 NE 13TH PL

BELLEVUE WA 98007

$0.00

268 0062371

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK51

BERGER, JOHN K & BONNIE L

M

14625 NE 13TH PL

BELLEVUE WA 98007

$0.00

269 0062601

3122X36-WHT-25-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

P

225 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

270 0062601

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

P

271 0062601

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

M

PO BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

272 0062601

3122X36-WHT-25-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

M

PO BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

273 0079877

3122X36-ROP-UNIT1

STONE CONDOMINIUM LLC

P

102 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

274 0079877

3122X36-ROP-UNIT1

STONE CONDOMINIUM LLC

M

Attn:CRAIG STONE

1049 CAMINO DEL MAR STE 4C DEL MAR CA 92014

275 0089710

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK59

ROTTENBERG, MATTHEW A

P

427 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

276 0089710

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK59

ROTTENBERG, MATTHEW A

P

277 0089710

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK59

ROTTENBERG, MATTHEW A

M

427 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

278 0089710

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK59

ROTTENBERG, MATTHEW A

M

427 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

279 0089712

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK55

ZAMPIERI, RAY P

P

314 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

280 0089712

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK55

ZAMPIERI, RAY P

M

PO BOX 5667

KALISPELL MT 59903

AT

AU

$

102,925

$

176,370

$1,036.30 $

240,235

$

137,640

$

99,693

$2,264.14 $

298,221

$

115,539

$

152,746

$2,502.13 $

750,894

$2,314.74 $

381,213

$2,796.72 $

209,045

$

110,663

$

103,297

$0.00

E

$0.00

2

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 A

2

2,189

$0.616

6.08

$313.05 $0.00

E

$0.00

2

$0.00

281 0102710

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK37

306 2ND REALTY LLC

P

306 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

282 0102710

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK37

306 2ND REALTY LLC

M

602 BOOT JACK LAKE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

283 0104900

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK62

WEYH, JEFFREY W

P

405 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

284 0104900

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK62

WEYH, JEFFREY W

P

E

$0.00

1

$0.00 A

1

1,920

$1.233

2.00

$102.92 $0.00

E

$0.00

1

$0.00

285 0104900

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK62

WEYH, JEFFREY W

M

PO BOX 654

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

286 0104900

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK62

WEYH, JEFFREY W

M

PO BOX 654

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

287 0105400

3122X36-WH5-1

BRUNK, RONALD K & JANET ASHLEY

P

130 E 4TH ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

288 0105400

3122X36-WH5-1

BRUNK, RONALD K & JANET ASHLEY

M

130 E 4TH ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

289 0120000

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK37

AMERICAN BANK OF MONTANA

P

100 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

290 0120000

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK37

AMERICAN BANK OF MONTANA

P

291 0120000

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK37

AMERICAN BANK OF MONTANA

M

PO BOX 460

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

292 0120000

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK37

AMERICAN BANK OF MONTANA

M

PO BOX 460

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

293 0123150

3122X36-WHT-6-N2-BLK53

328 CENTRAL LLC

P

328 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

E

$0.00

2

$0.00 A

1

2,280

$1.233

6.00

$308.75 $0.00

A

1

2,128

$1.233

6.00

$308.75

294 0123150

3122X36-WHT-6-S2-BLK53

328 CENTRAL LLC

P

$0.00

295 0123150

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK53

328 CENTRAL LLC

P

$0.00

296 0123150

3122X36-WHT-6-N2-BLK53

328 CENTRAL LLC

M

2626 COLE AVE #504 LB 24

DALLAS TX 75204

$0.00

297 0123150

3122X36-WHT-6-S2-BLK53

328 CENTRAL LLC

M

2626 COLE AVE #504 LB 24

DALLAS TX 75204

$0.00

298 0123150

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK53

328 CENTRAL LLC

M

2626 COLE AVE #504 LB 24

DALLAS TX 75204

$0.00

299 0126715

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK45

4R MINNOWS, LP

P

217 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

300 0126715

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK45

4R MINNOWS, LP

P

219 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

1 1

2,352

$1.233

2.00

$102.92 $0.00

301 0126715

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK45

4R MINNOWS, LP

P

219 1/2 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1

$0.00

302 0126715

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK45

4R MINNOWS, LP

M

PO BOX 91

WHITEFISH MT 59937

303 0130750

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK60

FOURTH & CENTRAL LLC

P

404 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

304 0130750

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK60

FOURTH & CENTRAL LLC

P

305 0130750

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK60

FOURTH & CENTRAL LLC

M

PO BOX 1424

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

306 0130750

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK60

FOURTH & CENTRAL LLC

M

PO BOX 1424

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

307 0130850

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK25

CORBETT, KEVIN P

P

19 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

308 0130850

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK25

CORBETT, KEVIN P

M

PO BOX 399

CONIFER CO 80433

$0.00 E

2

$0.00 $0.00

E

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1

$0.00 $0.00

AV

A

B

E

F

G

231 O`BRIEN AVE

H

I

WHITEFISH MT 59937

J

K

P

E

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

$0.00

309 0133500

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK42

EDM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY LLC

P

1

310 0133500

3122X36-WHT-22-N2-BLK42

EDM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY LLC

P

311 0133500

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK42

EDM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY LLC

P

312 0133500

3122X36-WHT-22-N2-BLK42

EDM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY LLC

M

555 HASKILL BASIN RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

313 0133500

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK42

EDM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY LLC

M

555 HASKILL BASIN RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

314 0133500

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK42

EDM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY LLC

M

555 HASKILL BASIN RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

315 0134850

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK61

SILVERLIN TRUST

P

422 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

316 0134850

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK61

SILVERLIN TRUST

P

$0.00

317 0134850

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK61

SILVERLIN TRUST

P

$0.00

318 0134850

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK61

SILVERLIN TRUST

M

113 FAIRWAY DR

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

319 0134850

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK61

SILVERLIN TRUST

M

113 FAIRWAY DR

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

320 0134850

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK61

SILVERLIN TRUST

M

113 FAIRWAY DR

WHITEFISH MT 59937

321 0135610

3122X36-ODC-UNIT-1A

GILFILLAN, THOMAS G

P

242 UNIT D CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

322 0135610

3122X36-ODC-UNIT-1A

GILFILLAN, THOMAS G

P

242 UNIT A CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1

$0.00

323 0135610

3122X36-ODC-UNIT-1A

GILFILLAN, THOMAS G

P

242 UNIT C CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1

$0.00

324 0135610

3122X36-ODC-UNIT-1A

GILFILLAN, THOMAS G

P

242 UNIT B CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1

$0.00

325 0135610

3122X36-ODC-UNIT-1A

GILFILLAN, THOMAS G

M

355 TWIN BRIDGES RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

326 0136040

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK35

101 CENTRAL LLC

P

101 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

327 0136040

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK35

101 CENTRAL LLC

M

AD% JORDAN WHITE

307 SPOKANE AVE STE 203 C

328 0144626

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK25

22 LUPFER INC

P

20 & 22 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

329 0144626

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK25

22 LUPFER INC

M

22 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

330 0152365

3122X36-MCC-UNIT-A

GRAY, DARRELL & LAEL

P

215 UNIT A CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

331 0152365

3122X36-MCC-UNIT-A

GRAY, DARRELL & LAEL

M

555 LANDMARK LN

BIGFORK MT 59911

332 0152366

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK42

GODSEY, JOHN C & MARGARET M

P

244 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

333 0152366

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK42

GODSEY, JOHN C & MARGARET M

P

334 0152366

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK42

GODSEY, JOHN C & MARGARET M

M

PO BOX 955

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

335 0152366

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK42

GODSEY, JOHN C & MARGARET M

M

PO BOX 955

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

336 0152812

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK61

ABRAHAM, JAMES L

P

444 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

337 0152812

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK61

ABRAHAM, JAMES L

P

338 0152812

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK61

ABRAHAM, JAMES L

M

300 PONDEROSA LN

KALISPELL MT 59901

$0.00

339 0152812

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK61

ABRAHAM, JAMES L

M

300 PONDEROSA LN

KALISPELL MT 59901

$0.00

340 0162050

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK51

TRACY, LEO W

P

327 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

341 0162050

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK51

TRACY, LEO W

P

$0.00

342 0162050

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK51

TRACY, LEO W

P

$0.00

AT

AU

$

125,080

$

152,004

$3,328.67 $

146,822

$14,065.50 $

3,714,384

$

58,101

$1,705.02 $

67,799

$2,089.07 $

138,011

$

225,323

$329.31 $

423,242

$

112,148

$

78,440

$917.87 $

110,558

$0.00 $0.00

E

$0.00

2

$0.00 A

1

2,700

$1.233

0.00

$0.00

$0.00 A

1

11,409

$1.233

0.00

$0.00 $0.00

WHITEFISH MT 59937

E

1

A

1

$0.00 $0.00 1,383

$1.233

0.00

$0.00 $0.00

A

1

1,778

$1.233

2.00

$102.92 $0.00

E

$0.00

2

$0.00

A

2

1,536

$0.616

12.00

$617.51

343 0162050

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK51

TRACY, LEO W

M

327 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

344 0162050

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK51

TRACY, LEO W

M

327 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

345 0162050

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK51

TRACY, LEO W

M

327 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

346 0178420

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK25

BISHOP, RITA J

P

9 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

347 0178420

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK25

BISHOP, RITA J

M

6983 E THIRSTY CACTUS LN

SCOTTSDALE AZ 85266

348 0180350

3122X36-TEL-UNIT-115-1

SCHWING, MARY C & HANS C

P

115 UNIT 1 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

349 0180350

3122X36-TEL-UNIT-115-1

SCHWING, MARY C & HANS C

M

2456 LAMAKER PL

HONOLULU HI 96816

350 0190450

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK39

KELLOGG, DAVID E & JANICE L

P

112 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

351 0190450

3122X36-WHT-4-N2-BLK39

KELLOGG, DAVID E & JANICE L

P

352 0190450

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK39

KELLOGG, DAVID E & JANICE L

M

E

1

E

1

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

A

2

1,656

$0.616

2.00

$102.92 $0.00

332 SHADY RIVER LN

WHITEFISH MT 59937

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 154 of 484

$0.00

AV

A

B

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

P

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

AT

AU

AV

$0.00

353 0190450

3122X36-WHT-4-N2-BLK39

KELLOGG, DAVID E & JANICE L

M

332 SHADY RIVER LN

WHITEFISH MT 59937

354 0190600

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK61

STRONG, ANDREW L & P DENISE

P

435 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

355 0190600

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK61

STRONG, ANDREW L & P DENISE

P

356 0190600

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK61

STRONG, ANDREW L & P DENISE

M

10823 SMITHDALE

HOUSTON, TX 77024

$0.00

357 0190600

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK61

STRONG, ANDREW L & P DENISE

M

10823 SMITHDALE

HOUSTON, TX 77024

$0.00

358 0192140

3122X36-WHT-5-S2-BLK62

MAXWELL, JAMES A

P

426 KALISPELL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

359 0192140

MAXWELL, JAMES A

P

426 KALISPELL AVENUE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

360 0192140

MAXWELL, JAMES A

M

PO BOX 84

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

E

$0.00

2

$

129,478

$

90,895

$7,431.89 $

379,880

$

352,860

$

103,191

$

135,733

$

126,034

$

152,508

$9,409.05 $

887,992

$502.29 $

123,095

$0.00

E

$0.00

2

$0.00

361 0192140

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK62

MAXWELL, JAMES A

P

362 0192140

3122X36-WHT-5-S2-BLK62

MAXWELL, JAMES A

M

PO BOX 84

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

363 0192140

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK62

MAXWELL, JAMES A

M

PO BOX 84

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

364 0192237

3122X36-CVT-2

GATTON HOLDINGS LLC

P

12 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

365 0192237

3122X36-CVT-2

GATTON HOLDINGS LLC

M

2033 LION MOUNTAIN RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

1

6,070

$1.233

1.00

$51.46

366 0195800

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK27

REISCH FAMILY PARTNERSHIP

P

5 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

367 0195800

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK27

REISCH FAMILY PARTNERSHIP

P

$0.00

368 0195800

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK27

REISCH FAMILY PARTNERSHIP

P

$0.00

369 0195800

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK27

REISCH FAMILY PARTNERSHIP

M

9 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

370 0195800

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK27

REISCH FAMILY PARTNERSHIP

M

9 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

371 0195800

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK27

REISCH FAMILY PARTNERSHIP

M

9 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

372 0199500

3122X36-WHT-22-S2-BLK42

THEW, CHARLENE

P

235 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00 E

E

$0.00

1

$0.00

1

$0.00

373 0199500

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK42

THEW, CHARLENE

P

374 0199500

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK42

THEW, CHARLENE

M

PO BOX 376

TWISP WA 98856

$0.00

375 0199500

3122X36-WHT-22-S2-BLK42

THEW, CHARLENE

M

PO BOX 376

TWISP WA 98856

$0.00

376 0200600

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK62

BOWDEN, ART E & KELLI S

P

429 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

377 0200600

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK62

BOWDEN, ART E & KELLI S

P

378 0200600

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK62

BOWDEN, ART E & KELLI S

P

379 0200600

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK62

BOWDEN, ART E & KELLI S

M

429 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

380 0200600

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK62

BOWDEN, ART E & KELLI S

M

429 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

381 0200600

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK62

BOWDEN, ART E & KELLI S

M

429 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

382 0210950

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK42

DUNAGAN, JOHN DAVID

P

222 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

383 0210950

3122X36-WHT-13-N5-BLK42

DUNAGAN, JOHN DAVID

P

$0.00

384 0210950

3122X36-WHT-13-S20-BLK42

DUNAGAN, JOHN DAVID

P

$0.00

385 0210950

3122X36-WHT-14-N8-BLK42

DUNAGAN, JOHN DAVID

P

$0.00

386 0210950

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK42

DUNAGAN, JOHN DAVID

M

E

$0.00

2

$0.00 $0.00

222 LUPFER AVE

E

$0.00

1

$0.00

WHITEFISH MT 59937

387 0210950

3122X36-WHT-13-N5-BLK42

DUNAGAN, JOHN DAVID

M

222 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

388 0210950

3122X36-WHT-13-S20-BLK42

DUNAGAN, JOHN DAVID

M

222 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

389 0210950

3122X36-WHT-14-N8-BLK42

DUNAGAN, JOHN DAVID

M

222 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

390 0233250

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK37

AMERICAN BANK OF MONTANA

P

140 BAKER

391 0233250

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK37

AMERICAN BANK OF MONTANA

M

PO BOX 460

WHITEFISH MT 59937

392 0233890

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK44

SHARLA MT INVESTORS LLC

P

419 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

393 0233890

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK44

SHARLA MT INVESTORS LLC

M

PO BOX 5026

WHITEFISH MT 59937

394 0234040

3122X36-ROP-UNIT2

TMJ PROPERTIES LLC

P

106 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

395 0234040

3122X36-ROP-UNIT2

HAMILTON GATEWAY LLC

P

106 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

396 0234040

3122X36-ROP-UNIT2

TMJ PROPERTIES LLC

M

214 MALLARD LOOP

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

E

1

A

1

$0.00 $0.00 7,632

$1.233

0.00

$0.00 $0.00

A

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 155 of 484

2

1,061

$0.616

2.95

$151.73

$

2,974.83

A

B

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

P

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

AT

AU

$0.00

397 0234040

3122X36-ROP-UNIT2

HAMILTON GATEWAY LLC

M

214 MALLARD LOOP

WHITEFISH MT 59937

398 0247961

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

P

205 UNIT B SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

399 0247961

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

P

$0.00

400 0247961

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

P

$0.00

401 0247961

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

P

$0.00

402 0247961

3122X36-WHT-8-E22.5-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

P

$0.00

403 0247961

3122X36-WHT-8-W2.5-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

P

404 0247961

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

P

205 UNIT A SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

405 0247961

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

M

PO BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

406 0247961

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

M

PO BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

407 0247961

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

M

PO BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

408 0247961

3122X36-WHT-8-E22.5-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

M

PO BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

409 0247961

3122X36-WHT-8-W2.5-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

M

PO BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

410 0247961

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

M

PO BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

411 0250000

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK52

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT MONTANA LLP

P

341 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

412 0250000

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK52

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT MONTANA LLP

P

$0.00

413 0250000

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK52

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT MONTANA LLP

P

$0.00

414 0250000

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK52

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT MONTANA LLP

P

$0.00

415 0250000

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK52

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT MONTANA LLP

P

$0.00

416 0250000

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK52

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT MONTANA LLP

P

$0.00

A

2

1,980

$0.616

15.00

$771.88

$448.63 $

515,025

$5,411.02 $

557,031

$

48,373

$

99,449

$4,661.10 $

335,637

$3,046.67 $

274,112

$0.00

A

1

5,683

$1.233

31.00

$1,595.22

417 0250000

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK52

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT MONTANA LLP

M

341 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

418 0250000

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK52

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT MONTANA LLP

M

341 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

419 0250000

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK52

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT MONTANA LLP

M

341 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

420 0250000

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK52

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT MONTANA LLP

M

341 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

421 0250000

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK52

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT MONTANA LLP

M

341 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

422 0250000

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK52

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT MONTANA LLP

M

341 CENTRAL AVE

423 0251750

3122X36-WHT-5-W55-BLK24

COPE, DAWN M

P

107 RAILWAY ST

424 0251750

3122X36-WHT-5-W55-BLK24

CARSPECKEN, RANDALL R

P

$0.00

425 0251750

3122X36-WHT-6-W55-BLK24

CARSPECKEN, RANDALL R

P

$0.00

E

$0.00

2

$0.00

426 0251750

3122X36-WHT-6-W55-BLK24

COPE, DAWN M

P

427 0251750

3122X36-WHT-5-W55-BLK24

COPE, DAWN M

M

107 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

428 0251750

3122X36-WHT-5-W55-BLK24

CARSPECKEN, RANDALL R

M

107 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

429 0251750

3122X36-WHT-6-W55-BLK24

COPE, DAWN M

M

107 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

430 0251750

3122X36-WHT-6-W55-BLK24

CARSPECKEN, RANDALL R

M

107 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00 $0.00

431 0252850

3122X36-WH6-8A

CARSPECKEN, RANDALL R

P

107 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

432 0252850

3122X36-WH6-8A

COPE, DAWN M

P

107 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

433 0252850

3122X36-WH6-8A

CARSPECKEN, RANDALL R

M

107 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

434 0252850

3122X36-WH6-8A

COPE, DAWN M

M

107 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

250 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

E

A

2

435 0253201

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK38

SAMARAH HOLDINGS LLC

P

436 0253201

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK38

SAMARAH HOLDINGS LLC

P

1

3,906

$1.233

3.00

$154.38

437 0253201

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK38

SAMARAH HOLDINGS LLC

M

P.O. BOX 4968

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

438 0253201

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK38

SAMARAH HOLDINGS LLC

M

P.O. BOX 4968

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

439 0254015

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK28

PMT PROPERTIES LLC

P

15 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

440 0254015

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK28

PMT PROPERTIES LLC

M

829 HIGHLAND DR

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

A

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 156 of 484

1

2,513

$1.233

1.00

$51.46 $0.00

AV

A

B

E

F

G

412 LUPFER AVE

H

I

WHITEFISH MT 59937

J

K

P

E

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

$0.00

441 0254016

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK58

FITZGERALD, MICHAEL E & RHONDA P

P

2

442 0254016

3122X36-WHT-4-N2-BLK58

FITZGERALD, MICHAEL E & RHONDA P

P

443 0254016

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK58

FITZGERALD, MICHAEL E & RHONDA P

M

412 LUPFER

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

444 0254016

3122X36-WHT-4-N2-BLK58

FITZGERALD, MICHAEL E & RHONDA P

M

412 LUPFER

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

445 0255750

FLEMING SR, DAVID E & MYRNA J

P

104 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

446 0255750

FLEMING SR, DAVID E & MYRNA J

M

104 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

404 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

AT

AU

$

117,395

$

125,451

$

110,451

$

129,054

$

83,607

$2,924.30 $

359,866

$

247,033

$

191,461

$

88,404

$

118,507

$

101,971

$

123,755

$

98,752

$

135,675

$0.00

E

$0.00

2

$0.00 $0.00

447 0256285

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK58

HAZEL FAMILY LLC

P

448 0256285

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK58

HAZEL FAMILY LLC

P

449 0256285

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK58

HAZEL FAMILY LLC

M

2415 BELLEVUE TER

WEST LINN OR 97068

$0.00

450 0256285

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK58

HAZEL FAMILY LLC

M

2415 BELLEVUE TER

WEST LINN OR 97068

$0.00

451 0262290

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK25

DOUBLE R PROPERTIES LLC

P

7 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

452 0262290

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK25

DOUBLE R PROPERTIES LLC

P

453 0262290

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK25

DOUBLE R PROPERTIES LLC

M

75 WHITEFISH HILLS LOOP

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

454 0262290

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK25

DOUBLE R PROPERTIES LLC

M

75 WHITEFISH HILLS LOOP

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

455 0272371

3122X36-WHT-5-E50-BLK24

BROOKS, C M

P

120 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

456 0272371

3122X36-WHT-6-E50-BLK24

BROOKS, C M

P

457 0272371

3122X36-WHT-7-E50-BLK24

BROOKS, C M

P

458 0272371

3122X36-WHT-5-E50-BLK24

BROOKS, C M

M

120 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

459 0272371

3122X36-WHT-6-E50-BLK24

BROOKS, C M

M

120 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

460 0272371

3122X36-WHT-7-E50-BLK24

BROOKS, C M

M

120 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

E

2

$0.00

E

$0.00

1

$0.00

E

$0.00

2

$0.00 $0.00

461 0281750

3122X36-WHT-13-E50-BLK35

17 HANDS LLC

P

520 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

462 0281750

3122X36-WHT-13-E50-BLK35

17 HANDS LLC

M

2080 HASKILL BASIN RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

463 0288950

ELLEGARD, KENNETH E & CHERYL O

P

445 SPOKANE AVENUE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

464 0288950

ELLEGARD, KENNETH E & CHERYL O

M

6727 E EXETER

SCOTTSDALE AZ 85251

465 0289101

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK25

BARRETT INVESTMENTS LLC

P

13 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

466 0289101

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK25

BARRETT INVESTMENTS LLC

M

995 RANCH LN

KALISPELL MT 59901

467 0291961

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK56

BABIAK TRUSTEES, TIMOTHY R & LINDA J

P

310 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

468 0291961

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK56

BABIAK TRUSTEES, TIMOTHY R & LINDA J

M

PO BOX 1987

WHITEFISH MT 59937

469 0327000

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK57

VETTESE, CALLUM & LISA

P

412 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

470 0327000

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK57

VETTESE, CALLUM & LISA

M

115 OAKFERN RD SW

CALGARY AB T2V 4L1

471 0332800

HANSON, HARVEY A & MONA MARIE

P

428 O'BRIEN AVENUE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

472 0332800

HANSON, HARVEY A & MONA MARIE

M

428 O'BRIEN AVENUE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

224 KALISPELL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

1

2,372

$1.233

0.00

$0.00 $0.00

E

2

$0.00 $0.00

E

1

$0.00

E

2

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00 E

2

E

2

$0.00 $0.00

CANADA

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00

473 0341700

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK46

AVERILL FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, DAN L

P

474 0341700

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK46

AVERILL FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, DAN L

P

475 0341700

3122X36-WHT-14-N5-BLK46

AVERILL FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, DAN L

P

476 0341700

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK46

AVERILL FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, DAN L

M

PO BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

477 0341700

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK46

AVERILL FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, DAN L

M

PO BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

478 0341700

3122X36-WHT-14-N5-BLK46

AVERILL FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, DAN L

M

PO BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

479 0347575

3122X36-WHT-25-E25-BLK39

BEEKMAN PROPERTIES LLC

P

119 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

480 0347575

3122X36-WHT-24-E25-BLK39

BEEKMAN PROPERTIES LLC

P

481 0347575

3122X36-WHT-24-E25-BLK39

BEEKMAN PROPERTIES LLC

M

119 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

482 0347575

3122X36-WHT-25-E25-BLK39

BEEKMAN PROPERTIES LLC

M

119 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

483 0351520

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK25

HELLER, KAREN K

P

12 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

484 0351520

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK25

HELLER, KAREN K

M

PO BOX 5016

WHITEFISH MT 59937

E

2

$0.00 $0.00

E

2

$0.00 $0.00

E

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1

$0.00 $0.00

AV

A

B

E

F

G

406 SPOKANE AVE

H

I

WHITEFISH MT 59937

J

K

P

E

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

$0.00

485 0356555

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK61

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

P

2

486 0356555

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK61

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

P

$0.00

487 0356555

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK61

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

P

$0.00

488 0356555

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK61

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

P

$0.00

489 0356555

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK61

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

M

AD% CORPORATE FACILITIES

PO BOX 30918

BILLINGS MT 59116

$0.00

490 0356555

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK61

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

M

AD% CORPORATE FACILITIES

PO BOX 30918

BILLINGS MT 59116

$0.00

491 0356555

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK61

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

M

AD% CORPORATE FACILITIES

PO BOX 30918

BILLINGS MT 59116

$0.00

492 0356555

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK61

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

M

AD% CORPORATE FACILITIES

PO BOX 30918

BILLINGS MT 59116

493 0359001

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK41

OSTREM, CHRISTIAN & NATASHA AD

P

139 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

494 0359001

3122X36-WHT-1-2-3-ALLEY-BLK41

OSTREM, CHRISTIAN & NATASHA AD

P

$0.00

495 0359001

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK41

OSTREM, CHRISTIAN & NATASHA AD

P

$0.00

496 0359001

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK41

OSTREM, CHRISTIAN & NATASHA AD

P

497 0359001

3122X36-WHT-1-2-3-ALLEY-BLK41

OSTREM, CHRISTIAN & NATASHA AD

M

238 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

498 0359001

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK41

OSTREM, CHRISTIAN & NATASHA AD

M

238 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

499 0359001

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK41

OSTREM, CHRISTIAN & NATASHA AD

M

238 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

500 0359001

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK41

OSTREM, CHRISTIAN & NATASHA AD

M

238 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

501 0360051

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK51

MUELLER, CHRISTINE L

P

306 KALISPELL AVE

502 0360051

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK51

MUELLER, CHRISTINE L

P

306 KALISPELL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

503 0360051

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK51

MUELLER, CHRISTINE L

M

306 KALISPELL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

504 0360051

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK51

MUELLER, CHRISTINE L

M

306 KALISPELL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

37 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

AT

AU

$

377,859

$

198,943

$

127,305

$11,044.10 $

961,738

$1,950.55 $

475,200

$0.00 E

$0.00

2

$0.00

E

A

$0.00

2

505 0365962

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK26

LUPFER PROPERTIES LLC

P

506 0365962

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK26

LUPFER PROPERTIES LLC

P

2

19,920

$0.616

24.00

$1,235.01 $0.00

507 0365962

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK26

LUPFER PROPERTIES LLC

P

$0.00

508 0365962

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK26

LUPFER PROPERTIES LLC

P

$0.00

509 0365962

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK26

LUPFER PROPERTIES LLC

P

$0.00

510 0365962

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK26

LUPFER PROPERTIES LLC

P

$0.00

511 0365962

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK26

LUPFER PROPERTIES LLC

P

$0.00

512 0365962

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK26

LUPFER PROPERTIES LLC

P

$0.00

513 0365962

3122X36-WHT-19-N5-BLK26

LUPFER PROPERTIES LLC

P

$0.00

514 0365962

3122X36-WHT-19-S20-BLK26

LUPFER PROPERTIES LLC

P

$0.00

515 0365962

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK26

LUPFER PROPERTIES LLC

P

$0.00

516 0365962

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK26

LUPFER PROPERTIES LLC

M

PO BOX 5181

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

517 0365962

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK26

LUPFER PROPERTIES LLC

M

PO BOX 5181

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

518 0365962

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK26

LUPFER PROPERTIES LLC

M

PO BOX 5181

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

519 0365962

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK26

LUPFER PROPERTIES LLC

M

PO BOX 5181

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

520 0365962

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK26

LUPFER PROPERTIES LLC

M

PO BOX 5181

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

521 0365962

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK26

LUPFER PROPERTIES LLC

M

PO BOX 5181

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

522 0365962

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK26

LUPFER PROPERTIES LLC

M

PO BOX 5181

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

523 0365962

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK26

LUPFER PROPERTIES LLC

M

PO BOX 5181

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

524 0365962

3122X36-WHT-19-N5-BLK26

LUPFER PROPERTIES LLC

M

PO BOX 5181

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

525 0365962

3122X36-WHT-19-S20-BLK26

LUPFER PROPERTIES LLC

M

PO BOX 5181

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

526 0365962

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK26

LUPFER PROPERTIES LLC

M

PO BOX 5181

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

527 0369926

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK26

10 BAKER LLC

P

10 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

528 0369926

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK26

10 BAKER LLC

P

A

1

2,250

$1.233

16.00

$823.34 $0.00

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 158 of 484

AV

A

B

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

P

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK26

10 BAKER LLC

P

530 0369926

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK26

10 BAKER LLC

M

PO BOX 5181

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

531 0369926

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK26

10 BAKER LLC

M

PO BOX 5181

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

532 0369926

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK26

10 BAKER LLC

M

PO BOX 5181

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

533 0382550

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK61

NORTH VALLEY MUSIC SCHOOL

P

432 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

534 0382550

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK61

NORTH VALLEY MUSIC SCHOOL

P

535 0382550

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK61

NORTH VALLEY MUSIC SCHOOL

P

536 0382550

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK61

NORTH VALLEY MUSIC SCHOOL

M

PO BOX 4446

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

537 0382550

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK61

NORTH VALLEY MUSIC SCHOOL

M

PO BOX 4446

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

538 0382550

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK61

NORTH VALLEY MUSIC SCHOOL

M

PO BOX 4446

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

GERRITY, CYNTHIA LOWEN

P

428 KALISPELL AVENUE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

540 0393400

AU

$0.00

529 0369926

539 0393400

AT

A

2

3,960

$0.616

7.00

$360.21

$2,080.82 $

187,397

$

111,034

$15,541.23 $

672,588

$3,463.10 $

231,188

$897.12 $

202,552

$1,775.29 $

164,673

$

196,842

$

184,427

$2,924.03 $

210,459

$0.00 $0.00

GERRITY, CYNTHIA LOWEN

M

428 KALISPELL AVENUE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

541 0395039

3122X36-SCS-1

CUTFORTH HOLDINGS LLC

P

224 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

542 0395039

3122X36-SCS-1

CUTFORTH HOLDINGS LLC

M

224 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

543 0405005

3122X36-VSC-UNIT-1

SPEER, ROBERTA L

P

239 UNIT 1 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

544 0405005

3122X36-VSC-UNIT-1

SPEER, ROBERTA L

M

PO BOX 1357

WHITEFISH MT 59937

545 0407720

3122X36-ROP-UNIT3

GLENWOOD PARTNERS LLC

P

110 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

546 0407720

3122X36-ROP-UNIT3

GLENWOOD PARTNERS LLC

M

PO BOX 1471

WHITEFISH MT 59937

547 0412350

3122X36-WHT-19-E2-BLK44

LAZAR, DONNA C

P

221 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

548 0412350

3122X36-WHT-19-E2-BLK44

LAZAR, DONNA C

M

905 10TH ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

418 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

E

2

A

1

$0.00 $0.00 13,733

$1.233

27.00

$1,389.39 $0.00

A

1

2,976

$1.233

4.00

$205.84 $0.00

A

2

1,895

$0.616

5.27

$271.00 $0.00

A

1

1,440

$1.233

0.00

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00

549 0416900

3122X36-WHT-4-S2-BLK58

LA TOURELLE, PATRICE

P

550 0416900

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK58

LA TOURELLE, PATRICE

P

$0.00

551 0416900

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK58

LA TOURELLE, PATRICE

P

$0.00

552 0416900

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK58

LA TOURELLE, PATRICE

P

$0.00

553 0416900

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK58

LA TOURELLE, PATRICE

P

$0.00

554 0416900

3122X36-WHT-4-S2-BLK58

LA TOURELLE, PATRICE

M

418 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

555 0416900

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK58

LA TOURELLE, PATRICE

M

418 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

556 0416900

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK58

LA TOURELLE, PATRICE

M

418 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

557 0416900

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK58

LA TOURELLE, PATRICE

M

418 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

558 0416900

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK58

LA TOURELLE, PATRICE

M

418 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

559 0417900

3122X36-WHT-11-E100-BLK60

ZIGNEGO, DOUGLAS JAMES & CHRISTINE COLLINS

P

444 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

560 0417900

3122X36-WHT-11-W30-BLK60

ZIGNEGO, DOUGLAS JAMES & CHRISTINE COLLINS

P

444 1/2 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

561 0417900

3122X36-WHT-10-E100-BLK60

ZIGNEGO, DOUGLAS JAMES & CHRISTINE COLLINS

P

$0.00

562 0417900

3122X36-WHT-10-W30-BLK60

ZIGNEGO, DOUGLAS JAMES & CHRISTINE COLLINS

P

$0.00

563 0417900

3122X36-WHT-12-E100-BLK60

ZIGNEGO, DOUGLAS JAMES & CHRISTINE COLLINS

P

$0.00

564 0417900

3122X36-WHT-12-W30-BLK60

ZIGNEGO, DOUGLAS JAMES & CHRISTINE COLLINS

P

$0.00

565 0417900

3122X36-WHT-10-E100-BLK60

ZIGNEGO, DOUGLAS JAMES & CHRISTINE COLLINS

M

PO BOX 4629

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

566 0417900

3122X36-WHT-10-W30-BLK60

ZIGNEGO, DOUGLAS JAMES & CHRISTINE COLLINS

M

PO BOX 4629

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

567 0417900

3122X36-WHT-11-E100-BLK60

ZIGNEGO, DOUGLAS JAMES & CHRISTINE COLLINS

M

PO BOX 4629

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

568 0417900

3122X36-WHT-11-W30-BLK60

ZIGNEGO, DOUGLAS JAMES & CHRISTINE COLLINS

M

PO BOX 4629

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

569 0417900

3122X36-WHT-12-E100-BLK60

ZIGNEGO, DOUGLAS JAMES & CHRISTINE COLLINS

M

PO BOX 4629

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

570 0417900

3122X36-WHT-12-W30-BLK60

ZIGNEGO, DOUGLAS JAMES & CHRISTINE COLLINS

M

PO BOX 4629

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

571 0429630

3122X36-WIB-1

311 EAST FIRST LLC

P

311 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

572 0429630

3122X36-WIB-1

311 EAST FIRST LLC

M

PO BOX 55

WHITEFISH MT 59937

E

2

$0.00 E

$0.00

2

$0.00

A

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 159 of 484

1

2,497

$1.233

3.00

$154.38 $0.00

AV

A

B

E

F

G

27 CENTRAL AVE

H

I

J

WHITEFISH MT 59937

K

P

A

R

Z

1

AG

2,700

AH

$1.233

AK

2.00

AM

573 0430700

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK28

ROMMEREIM, DOUGLAS J & KATHLEEN

P

$102.92

574 0430700

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK28

ROMMEREIM, DOUGLAS J & KATHLEEN

P

575 0430700

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK28

ROMMEREIM, DOUGLAS J & KATHLEEN

M

27 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

576 0430700

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK28

ROMMEREIM, DOUGLAS J & KATHLEEN

M

27 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

577 0443950

3122X36-OLE-UNIT-230

OLD TOWNE LAND TRUST

P

230 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

578 0443950

3122X36-OLE-UNIT-230

OLD TOWNE LAND TRUST

P

230 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

579 0443950

3122X36-OLE-UNIT-230

OLD TOWNE LAND TRUST

M

AD% TWO BEAR MANAGEMENT

ATTN: JIM RUCKER

307 SPOKANE AVE STE 203C

WHITEFISH MT 59937

580 0443950

3122X36-OLE-UNIT-230

OLD TOWNE LAND TRUST

M

AD% TWO BEAR MANAGEMENT

ATTN: JIM RUCKER

307 SPOKANE AVE STE 203C

WHITEFISH MT 59937

581 0444176

3122X36-WHT-1-W30-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

P

525 E 3RD ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

582 0444176

3122X36-WHT-2-W30-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

P

583 0444176

3122X36-WHT-1-W30-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

M

AD% CORP FACILITIES

PO BOX 30918

BILLINGS MT 59116

584 0444176

3122X36-WHT-2-W30-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

M

AD% CORP FACILITIES

PO BOX 30918

BILLINGS MT 59116

585 0456465

3122X36-WHT-1-E2-BLK62

CRONK REVOCABLE TRUST AGREEMENT, VIRGINIA MAE

P

406 KALISPELL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

586 0456465

3122X36-WHT-2-E2-BLK62

CRONK REVOCABLE TRUST AGREEMENT, VIRGINIA MAE

P

$0.00

587 0456465

3122X36-WHT-3-N2E2-BLK62

CRONK REVOCABLE TRUST AGREEMENT, VIRGINIA MAE

P

$0.00

588 0456465

3122X36-WHT-1-E2-BLK62

CRONK REVOCABLE TRUST AGREEMENT, VIRGINIA MAE

M

406 KALISPELL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

589 0456465

3122X36-WHT-2-E2-BLK62

CRONK REVOCABLE TRUST AGREEMENT, VIRGINIA MAE

M

406 KALISPELL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

590 0456465

3122X36-WHT-3-N2E2-BLK62

CRONK REVOCABLE TRUST AGREEMENT, VIRGINIA MAE

M

406 KALISPELL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

591 0460770

3122X36-WHT-1-S37.56-BLK42

ZAMPIERI, RAY P

P

218 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

592 0460770

3122X36-WHT-2-S37.56-BLK42

ZAMPIERI, RAY P

P

593 0460770

3122X36-WHT-3-S37.56-BLK42

ZAMPIERI, RAY P

P

$0.00

594 0460770

3122X36-WHT-4-S37.56-BLK42

ZAMPIERI, RAY P

P

$0.00

595 0460770

3122X36-WHT-5-S37.56-BLK42

ZAMPIERI, RAY P

P

$0.00

596 0460770

3122X36-WHT-6-S37.56-BLK42

ZAMPIERI, RAY P

P

$0.00

597 0460770

3122X36-WHT-1-S37.56-BLK42

ZAMPIERI, RAY P

M

AT

AU

$3,225.75 $

265,330

$984.61 $

119,356

$

213,414

$

100,541

$

113,208

$

124,549

$4,920.91 $

153,474

$

104,516

$

191,462

$0.00

A

1

903

$1.233

2.50

$128.65 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

E

$0.00

1

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 E

E

$0.00

2

$0.00

1

$0.00

PO BOX 5667

$0.00

KALISPELL MT 59903

598 0460770

3122X36-WHT-2-S37.56-BLK42

ZAMPIERI, RAY P

M

PO BOX 5667

KALISPELL MT 59903

$0.00

599 0460770

3122X36-WHT-3-S37.56-BLK42

ZAMPIERI, RAY P

M

PO BOX 5667

KALISPELL MT 59903

$0.00

600 0460770

3122X36-WHT-4-S37.56-BLK42

ZAMPIERI, RAY P

M

PO BOX 5667

KALISPELL MT 59903

$0.00

601 0460770

3122X36-WHT-5-S37.56-BLK42

ZAMPIERI, RAY P

M

PO BOX 5667

KALISPELL MT 59903

$0.00

602 0460770

3122X36-WHT-6-S37.56-BLK42

ZAMPIERI, RAY P

M

PO BOX 5667

KALISPELL MT 59903

603 0460800

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK55

HEARICK TRUST, LAURA L

P

306 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

604 0460800

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK55

HEARICK TRUST, LAURA L

P

605 0460800

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK55

HEARICK TRUST, LAURA L

M

3148 ROGERS AVE

WALNUT CREEK CA 94597

$0.00

606 0460800

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK55

HEARICK TRUST, LAURA L

M

3148 ROGERS AVE

WALNUT CREEK CA 94597

$0.00

$0.00 E

$0.00

1

$0.00

607 0465600

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK35

WHITEFISH FRONTIERS LLC

P

123 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

608 0465600

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK35

WHITEFISH FRONTIERS LLC

P

121 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

1

4,075

$1.233

2.00

$102.92

609 0465600

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK35

WHITEFISH FRONTIERS LLC

M

AD% JCCS

P.O. BOX 1398

610 0469200

3122X36-WHT-21-S2-BLK55

AGNEW, LAWRENCE J

P

319 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

611 0469200

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK55

AGNEW, LAWRENCE J

P

612 0469200

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK55

AGNEW, LAWRENCE J

M

2237 5TH AVE NW

CALGARY AB T2N 0S8

CANADA

$0.00

613 0469200

3122X36-WHT-21-S2-BLK55

AGNEW, LAWRENCE J

M

2237 5TH AVE NW

CALGARY AB T2N 0S8

CANADA

$0.00

614 0469203

3122X36-WHT-14-W90-BLK25

WALKER, BRUCE & SHARON

P

25 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

615 0469203

3122X36-WHT-13-N7OFW90-BLK25

WALKER, BRUCE & SHARON

P

616 0469203

3122X36-WHT-13-N7OFW90-BLK25

WALKER, BRUCE & SHARON

M

$0.00 $0.00

WHITEFISH MT 59937

E

1

$0.00 $0.00

E

1

$0.00 $0.00

4829 EAGLE FEATHER DR

AUSTIN TX 78735

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 160 of 484

$0.00

AV

A

B

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F

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R

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AG

AH

AK

AM

AT

AU

$0.00

617 0469203

3122X36-WHT-14-W90-BLK25

WALKER, BRUCE & SHARON

M

4829 EAGLE FEATHER DR

AUSTIN TX 78735

618 0471200

3122X36-WHT-11-W19-BLK38

ARCHER, JOHN M & DEANNA M

P

226 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

619 0471200

3122X36-WHT-11-W19-BLK38

ARCHER, JOHN M & DEANNA M

M

716 POINSETTIA PARK

ENCINITAS, CA 92024

620 0471250

3122X36-WHT-11-E40-BLK25

WALKER, SHAWN

P

220 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

621 0471250

3122X36-WHT-11-E40-BLK25

WALKER, SHAWN

M

1004-B EASON ST

AUSTIN TX 78703

622 0471300

3122X36-WHT-1-W34.5-BLK39

HARRISON, MARGARET LINDSEY

P

127 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

623 0471300

3122X36-WHT-2-W34.5-BLK39

HARRISON, MARGARET LINDSEY

P

624 0471300

3122X36-WHT-1-W34.5-BLK39

HARRISON, MARGARET LINDSEY

M

704 E 13TH ST STE C

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

625 0471300

3122X36-WHT-2-W34.5-BLK39

HARRISON, MARGARET LINDSEY

M

704 E 13TH ST STE C

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

626 0471450

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK51

BROWN FAMILY TRUST, JAY Y & SUZANNE D

P

344 KALISPELL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

627 0471450

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK51

BROWN FAMILY TRUST, JAY Y & SUZANNE D

P

628 0471450

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK51

BROWN FAMILY TRUST, JAY Y & SUZANNE D

M

1535 FOYS LAKE RD

KALISPELL MT 59901

$0.00

629 0471450

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK51

BROWN FAMILY TRUST, JAY Y & SUZANNE D

M

1535 FOYS LAKE RD

KALISPELL MT 59901

$0.00

630 0471500

3122X36-CO9-UNIT142-RAILWAY

HIGHLINE HOMES LLC

P

142 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

631 0471500

3122X36-CO9-UNIT142-RAILWAY

HIGHLINE HOMES LLC

M

PO BOX 20057

TUSCALOOSA AL 35402

632 0472829

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK61

TENHAM, R A

P

423 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

633 0472829

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK61

TENHAM, R A

M

PO BOX 1141

WHITEFISH MT 59937

634 0473749

3122X36-WHT-24-W65-BLK58

LINDSTROM, KIMBERLY M

P

205 E 4TH ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

635 0473749

3122X36-WHT-23-W65-BLK58

LINDSTROM, KIMBERLY M

P

636 0473749

3122X36-WHT-23-W65-BLK58

LINDSTROM, KIMBERLY M

M

205 E 4TH ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

637 0473749

3122X36-WHT-24-W65-BLK58

LINDSTROM, KIMBERLY M

M

205 E 4TH ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

638 0477200

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK25

WHITEFISH HOSTEL LLC

P

28 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

639 0477200

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK25

WHITEFISH HOSTEL LLC

M

PO BOX 1539

WHITEFISH MT 59937

640 0484010

3122X36-ROP-UNIT4

J G S CORPORATION

P

100 UNIT 4 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

641 0484010

3122X36-ROP-UNIT4

J G S CORPORATION

M

100 2ND ST E

WHITEFISH MT 59937

E

1

E

1

$0.00

$

117,611

$

98,050

$428.43 $

94,710

$

102,835

$567.72 $

162,046

$

102,449

$

113,738

$1,869.63 $

150,875

$2,713.60 $

519,282

$1,627.35 $

186,595

$

102,714

$725.55 $

254,765

$

149,725

$

111,034

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 A

2

862

$0.616

2.00

$102.92 $0.00

E

$0.00

2

$0.00

A

2

921

$0.616

0.00

$0.00 $0.00

E

2

E

1

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

642 0486301

3122X36-WHT-19-W2-BLK44

LAZAR, DONNA C

P

221 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

643 0486301

3122X36-WHT-19-W2-BLK44

LAZAR, DONNA C

M

905 10TH ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

644 0496030

3122X36-WHT-1-W2-BLK62

SIMPSON, WILLIAM R & KIMBERLY R

P

631 E 4TH ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

645 0496030

3122X36-WHT-2-W2-BLK62

SIMPSON, WILLIAM R & KIMBERLY R

P

$0.00 $0.00 A

1

1,600

$1.233

2.00

$102.92 $0.00

A

2

5,732

$0.616

15.93

$819.73 $0.00

A

1

1,320

$1.233

0.00

$0.00 $0.00

E

$0.00

2

$0.00 $0.00

646 0496030

3122X36-WHT-3-N2W2-BLK62

SIMPSON, WILLIAM R & KIMBERLY R

P

647 0496030

3122X36-WHT-1-W2-BLK62

SIMPSON, WILLIAM R & KIMBERLY R

M

34 RIVERDALE DR

COVINGTON LA 70433

$0.00

648 0496030

3122X36-WHT-2-W2-BLK62

SIMPSON, WILLIAM R & KIMBERLY R

M

34 RIVERDALE DR

COVINGTON LA 70433

$0.00

649 0496030

3122X36-WHT-3-N2W2-BLK62

SIMPSON, WILLIAM R & KIMBERLY R

M

34 RIVERDALE DR

COVINGTON LA 70433

$0.00

650 0498800

3122X36-XXX-6AB

116-128 RAILWAY LLC

P

116 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

2

E

2

1,344

$0.616

2.00

$102.92 $0.00

651 0498800

3122X36-XXX-6AB

116-128 RAILWAY LLC

M

2720 E CAMELBACK RD STE 220

PHOENIX AZ 85016

652 0499450

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK60

LONCAR, MARK

P

422 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

653 0499450

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK60

LONCAR, MARK

P

$0.00

654 0499450

3122X36-WHT-7-N2-BLK60

LONCAR, MARK

P

$0.00

655 0499450

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK60

LONCAR, MARK

M

499 MARINA BLVD #104

SAN FRANCISCO CA 94123

$0.00

656 0499450

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK60

LONCAR, MARK

M

499 MARINA BLVD #104

SAN FRANCISCO CA 94123

$0.00

657 0499450

3122X36-WHT-7-N2-BLK60

LONCAR, MARK

M

499 MARINA BLVD #104

SAN FRANCISCO CA 94123

$0.00

658 0500191

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK55

TWEET, JAMES A

P

333 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

659 0500191

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK55

TWEET, JAMES A

P

660 0500191

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK55

TWEET, JAMES A

M

E

1

$0.00

$0.00 $0.00

N50704 CTY RD Y

ELEVA WI 54738

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 161 of 484

$0.00

AV

A

B

E

F

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H

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K

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R

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AG

AH

AK

AM

AT

AU

AV

$0.00

661 0500191

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK55

TWEET, JAMES A

M

N50704 CTY RD Y

ELEVA WI 54738

662 0500193

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK45

LATITUDE PROPERTIES LLC

P

229 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

663 0500193

3122X36-WHT-18-EXNWPT-BLK45

LATITUDE PROPERTIES LLC

P

664 0500193

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK45

LATITUDE PROPERTIES LLC

M

259 W FRONT ST SUITE 1

MISSOULA MT 59802

$0.00

665 0500193

3122X36-WHT-18-EXNWPT-BLK45

LATITUDE PROPERTIES LLC

M

259 W FRONT ST SUITE 1

MISSOULA MT 59802

$0.00

666 0506150

3122X36-SPE-UNIT1-GARAGE

NORTON, REBECCA A

P

419 UNIT 1 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

667 0506150

3122X36-SPE-UNIT1-GARAGE

NORTON, REBECCA A

M

PO BOX 762

WHITEFISH MT 59937

668 0510490

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK55

LOSER, DORIS S

P

345 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

669 0510490

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK55

LOSER, DORIS S

P

$0.00

670 0510490

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK55

LOSER, DORIS S

P

$0.00

671 0510490

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK55

LOSER, DORIS S

M

AD% BRENDA LOSER

1516 COLORADO AVE

BLACK EAGLE MT 59414

$0.00

672 0510490

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK55

LOSER, DORIS S

M

AD% BRENDA LOSER

1516 COLORADO AVE

BLACK EAGLE MT 59414

$0.00

673 0510490

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK55

LOSER, DORIS S

M

AD% BRENDA LOSER

1516 COLORADO AVE

BLACK EAGLE MT 59414

$0.00

674 0514300

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK37

BRUNK, RONALD K & JANET A

P

324 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

675 0514300

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK37

BRUNK, RONALD K & JANET A

P

676 0514300

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK37

BRUNK, RONALD K & JANET A

M

130 4TH ST E

WHITEFISH MT 59937

677 0514300

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK37

BRUNK, RONALD K & JANET A

M

130 4TH ST E

WHITEFISH MT 59937

678 0517450

3122X36-WHX-1

VAN LAWICK, MARISA A

P

217 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

679 0517450

3122X36-WHX-1

SAUREY, WAYNE G

P

217 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

680 0517450

3122X36-WHX-1

VAN LAWICK, MARISA A

M

10 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

A

1

5,300

$1.233

2.00

$102.92

$6,431.14 $

446,665

$437.93 $

95,506

$

142,941

$6,523.34 $

362,849

$

100,329

$

323,636

$

249,551

$

97,402

$

395,144

$0.00

A

2

E

1

940

$0.616

2.75

$141.51 $0.00

A

1

$0.00

5,500

$1.233

5.00

$257.29 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

E

$0.00

1

$0.00

681 0517450

3122X36-WHX-1

SAUREY, WAYNE G

M

10 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

682 0517901

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK44

THE GALLERY DEVELOPMENT LLC

P

403 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

683 0517901

3122X36-WHT-22-EXESTRIP-BLK44

THE GALLERY DEVELOPMENT LLC

P

$0.00

684 0517901

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK44

THE GALLERY DEVELOPMENT LLC

P

$0.00

685 0517901

3122X36-WHT-22-EXESTRIP-BLK44

THE GALLERY DEVELOPMENT LLC

M

4100 W 50TH ST

EDINA MN 55424

686 0517901

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK44

THE GALLERY DEVELOPMENT LLC

M

4100 W 50TH ST

EDINA MN 55424

$0.00

687 0517901

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK44

THE GALLERY DEVELOPMENT LLC

M

4100 W 50TH ST

EDINA MN 55424

$0.00

688 0524675

3122X36-WHT-1-2-EXEMPTPTN-BLK56

COMMONWEALTH REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS LLC

P

304 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

689 0524675

3122X36-WHT-1-2-EXEMPTPTN-BLK56

COMMONWEALTH REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS LLC

P

306 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

E

1

-

$0.00

$0.00

E

2

$0.00 $0.00

690 0524675

3122X36-WHT-1-EXEXPT-BLK56

COMMONWEALTH REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS LLC

P

$0.00

691 0524675

3122X36-WHT-2-EXEMPTPTN-BLK56

COMMONWEALTH REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS LLC

P

$0.00

692 0524675

3122X36-WHT-1-2-EXEMPTPTN-BLK56

COMMONWEALTH REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS LLC

M

54 E 1ST ST

FOND DU LAC WI 54935

$0.00

693 0524675

3122X36-WHT-1-EXEXPT-BLK56

COMMONWEALTH REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS LLC

M

54 E 1ST ST

FOND DU LAC WI 54935

$0.00

694 0524675

3122X36-WHT-2-EXEMPTPTN-BLK56

COMMONWEALTH REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS LLC

M

54 E 1ST ST

FOND DU LAC WI 54935

$0.00 $0.00

695 0532400

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK55

JDB LLC

P

332 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

696 0532400

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK55

JDB LLC

M

418 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

697 0557200

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK27

WHITEFISH FRONTIERS LLC

P

38 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

698 0557200

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK27

WHITEFISH FRONTIERS LLC

P

699 0557200

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK27

WHITEFISH FRONTIERS LLC

P

$0.00

700 0557200

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK27

WHITEFISH FRONTIERS LLC

P

$0.00

701 0557200

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK27

WHITEFISH FRONTIERS LLC

P

$0.00

702 0557200

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK27

WHITEFISH FRONTIERS LLC

M

AD% JCCS

P.O. BOX 1398

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

703 0557200

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK27

WHITEFISH FRONTIERS LLC

M

AD% JCCS

P.O. BOX 1398

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

704 0557200

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK27

WHITEFISH FRONTIERS LLC

M

AD% JCCS

P.O. BOX 1398

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

E

1

$0.00 E

1

$0.00 $0.00

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 162 of 484

$

3,098.42

A

B

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

P

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

705 0557200

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK27

WHITEFISH FRONTIERS LLC

M

AD% JCCS

P.O. BOX 1398

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

706 0557200

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK27

WHITEFISH FRONTIERS LLC

M

AD% JCCS

P.O. BOX 1398

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

239 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

707 0561651

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK44

LARSEN, LARRY J & SIGRID E

P

708 0561651

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK44

LARSEN, LARRY J & SIGRID E

P

A

1

3,360

$1.233

8.00

$411.67

709 0561651

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK44

LARSEN, LARRY J & SIGRID E

M

3625 MT HIGHWAY 40

COLUMBIA FALLS MT 59912

$0.00

710 0561651

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK44

LARSEN, LARRY J & SIGRID E

M

3625 MT HIGHWAY 40

COLUMBIA FALLS MT 59912

$0.00

27 CENTRAL AVE

AT

AU

$3,730.68 $

481,419

$5,868.33 $

362,820

$

117,395

$

218,603

$

76,267

$

98,050

$

145,537

$

145,644

$

129,055

$0.00

711 0565300

3122X36-WHT-12-N7INCHES-BLK28

GOOD MEDICINE INC

P

712 0565300

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK28

GOOD MEDICINE INC

P

A

1

4,760

$1.233

0.00

$0.00

713 0565300

3122X36-WHT-12-N7INCHES-BLK28

GOOD MEDICINE INC

M

27 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

714 0565300

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK28

GOOD MEDICINE INC

M

27 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

715 0568250

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK54

AWE, HILLARY

P

301 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

716 0568250

3122X36-WHT-23-N2-BLK54

AWE, HILLARY

P

717 0568250

3122X36-WHT-23-N2-BLK54

AWE, HILLARY

M

301 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

718 0568250

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK54

AWE, HILLARY

M

301 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

719 0577150

3122X36-ZNA-UNIT101E1STST

MILLER, LINDA A

P

101 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

720 0577150

3122X36-ZNA-UNIT101E1STST-100

MILLER, LINDA A

P

721 0577150

3122X36-ZNA-UNIT101E1STST

MILLER, LINDA A

M

4896 MERSEY OAKS WAY UNIT E

ALEXANDRIA VA 22315

$0.00

722 0577150

3122X36-ZNA-UNIT101E1STST-100

MILLER, LINDA A

M

4896 MERSEY OAKS WAY UNIT E

ALEXANDRIA VA 22315

$0.00

723 0586975

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK55

BABIAK LIVING TRUST, TIMOTHY R & LINDA J

P

311 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

724 0586975

3122X36-WHT-21-N2-BLK55

BABIAK LIVING TRUST, TIMOTHY R & LINDA J

P

$0.00

E

1

$0.00 $0.00

E

2

$0.00 $0.00

E

1

$0.00 $0.00

725 0586975

3122X36-WHT-21-N2-BLK55

BABIAK LIVING TRUST, TIMOTHY R & LINDA J

M

PO BOX 1987

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

726 0586975

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK55

BABIAK LIVING TRUST, TIMOTHY R & LINDA J

M

PO BOX 1987

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

727 0587700

3122X36-WHT-11-W90-BLK25

HOWARD, NOLA E

P

39 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

728 0587700

3122X36-WHT-12-S10OFW90-BLK25

HOWARD, NOLA E

P

729 0587700

3122X36-WHT-11-W90-BLK25

HOWARD, NOLA E

M

E

1

$0.00 $0.00

PO BOX 1022

$0.00

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

730 0587700

3122X36-WHT-12-S10OFW90-BLK25

HOWARD, NOLA E

M

PO BOX 1022

WHITEFISH MT 59937

731 0588000

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK55

POLUMBUS, CHRISTINA NICOLE

P

327 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

732 0588000

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK55

POLUMBUS, CHRISTINA NICOLE

P

733 0588000

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK55

POLUMBUS, CHRISTINA NICOLE

M

PO BOX 4726

WHITEFISH MT 59937

734 0588000

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK55

POLUMBUS, CHRISTINA NICOLE

M

PO BOX 4726

WHITEFISH MT 59937

735 0588110

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK58

MOIR, WILLIAM E & MARGARET L

P

413 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

736 0588110

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK58

MOIR, WILLIAM E & MARGARET L

P

$0.00

737 0588110

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK58

MOIR, WILLIAM E & MARGARET L

P

$0.00

738 0588110

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK58

MOIR, WILLIAM E & MARGARET L

P

$0.00

E

1

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

E

2

$0.00

739 0588110

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK58

MOIR, WILLIAM E & MARGARET L

M

413 O'BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

740 0588110

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK58

MOIR, WILLIAM E & MARGARET L

M

413 O'BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

741 0588110

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK58

MOIR, WILLIAM E & MARGARET L

M

413 O'BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

742 0588110

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK58

MOIR, WILLIAM E & MARGARET L

M

413 O'BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

743 0589500

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK62

E

2

$0.00

MENDOZA, MANUEL E & EMILY E

P

418 KALISPELL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

744 0589500

MENDOZA, MANUEL E & EMILY E

P

418 KALISPELL AVENUE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

745 0589500

MENDOZA, MANUEL E & EMILY E

M

418 KALISPELL AVENUE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

746 0589500

3122X36-WHT-3-S2-BLK62

MENDOZA, MANUEL E & EMILY E

P

$0.00

747 0589500

3122X36-WHT-5-N2-BLK62

MENDOZA, MANUEL E & EMILY E

P

$0.00

748 0589500

3122X36-WHT-3-S2-BLK62

MENDOZA, MANUEL E & EMILY E

M

418 KALISPELL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 163 of 484

$0.00

AV

A

B

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

P

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

749 0589500

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK62

MENDOZA, MANUEL E & EMILY E

M

418 KALISPELL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

750 0589500

3122X36-WHT-5-N2-BLK62

MENDOZA, MANUEL E & EMILY E

M

418 KALISPELL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

427 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

751 0595540

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK61

FREDERICKS, DAVID M & KIM

P

752 0595540

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK61

FREDERICKS, DAVID M & KIM

P

753 0595540

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK61

FREDERICKS, DAVID M & KIM

M

350 E MISSION ST UNIT 120

SAN JOSE CA 95112

$0.00

754 0595540

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK61

FREDERICKS, DAVID M & KIM

M

350 E MISSION ST UNIT 120

SAN JOSE CA 95112

$0.00

E

2

AT

AU

$

124,443

$7,520.34 $

359,568

$

116,653

$

176,596

$4,347.46 $

326,612

$

139,408

$

105,106

$8,013.47 $

532,617

$6,318.32 $

360,738

$

148,294

$0.00

755 0600341

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK35

PALACE BAR

P

125 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

756 0600341

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK35

MARCUVITZ, ROBERT C

P

125 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

1

$0.00

757 0600341

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK35

PALACE BAR

M

PO BOX 203

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

758 0600341

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK35

MARCUVITZ, ROBERT C

M

PO BOX 203

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

759 0608678

BLAIR FAMILY TRUST

P

440 O'BRIEN AVENUE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

760 0608678

BLAIR FAMILY TRUST

M

567 LA BRIE DRIVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

761 0608695

HILDNER, RICHARD S & DANIELL, SUZANNE D

P

104 E 5TH STREET

WHITEFISH MT 59937

762 0608695

HILDNER, RICHARD S & DANIELL, SUZANNE D

M

104 E 5TH STREET

WHITEFISH MT 59937

E

2

E

2

6,100

$1.233

0.00

$0.00

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

763 0616450

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK53

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

P

315 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

1

4,069

$1.233

13.00

$668.97

764 0616450

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK53

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

P

315 1/2 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

765 0616450

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK53

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

P

$0.00

766 0616450

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK53

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

P

$0.00

767 0616450

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK53

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

P

$0.00

768 0616450

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK53

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

M

PO BOX 37

WHITEFISH MT 59937

769 0616450

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK53

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

M

PO BOX 37

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

770 0616450

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK53

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

M

PO BOX 37

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

771 0616450

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK53

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

M

PO BOX 37

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

772 0616451

3122X36-WHT-22-W88-BLK53

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

P

315 1/2 BAKER AVE

773 0616451

3122X36-WHT-22-W88-BLK53

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

M

PO BOX 37

$0.00

$0.00

E

$0.00

1

$0.00

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

774 0616500

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK53

ZAMPIERI, RAY

P

331 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

775 0616500

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK53

ZAMPIERI, RAY

P

331 1/2 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

776 0616500

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK53

ZAMPIERI, RAY

P

$0.00

777 0616500

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK53

ZAMPIERI, RAY

P

$0.00

778 0616500

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK53

ZAMPIERI, RAY

M

PO BOX 5667

KALISPELL MT 59903

$0.00

779 0616500

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK53

ZAMPIERI, RAY

M

PO BOX 5667

KALISPELL MT 59903

$0.00

780 0616500

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK53

ZAMPIERI, RAY

M

PO BOX 5667

KALISPELL MT 59903

$0.00

781 0618450

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK44

NELSON HARDWARE INC

P

224 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

782 0618450

3122X36-WHT-7-S24.5-BLK44

NELSON HARDWARE INC

P

E

1

$0.00

A

1

6,500

$1.233

0.00

$0.00 $0.00

783 0618450

3122X36-WHT-7-S24.5-BLK44

NELSON HARDWARE INC

M

224 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

784 0618450

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK44

NELSON HARDWARE INC

M

224 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

785 0618500

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK44

CENTRAL AVE LLC

P

222 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

786 0618500

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK44

CENTRAL AVE LLC

P

222 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

787 0618500

3122X36-WHT-7-N6INCHES-BLK44

CENTRAL AVE LLC

P

788 0618500

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK44

CENTRAL AVE LLC

M

204 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

789 0618500

3122X36-WHT-7-N6INCHES-BLK44

CENTRAL AVE LLC

M

204 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

790 0636415

3122X36-WHT-25-W75-BLK38

MEISTER, MATTHEW D

P

205 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

791 0636415

3122X36-WHT-23-N20EXN10OFE55-BLK38

MEISTER, MATTHEW D

P

792 0636415

3122X36-WHT-23-N20EXN10OFE55-BLK38

MEISTER, MATTHEW D

M

A

1

5,125

$1.233

0.00

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00

E

1

$0.00 $0.00

2245 E CAMINO EL GRANDO

TUCSON AZ 85718

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 164 of 484

$0.00

AV

A

B

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

P

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

AT

AU

$0.00

793 0636415

3122X36-WHT-25-W75-BLK38

MEISTER, MATTHEW D

M

2245 E CAMINO EL GRANDO

TUCSON AZ 85718

794 0657546

3122X36-CVT-1

SUMMIT PROPERTIES LLC

P

525 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

795 0657546

3122X36-CVT-1

SUMMIT PROPERTIES LLC

M

AD% ADVANCED REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT

Attn:JOHN YATCHAK

796 0676932

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK35

CENTRAL AVE LLC

P

141 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

797 0676932

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK35

CENTRAL AVE LLC

P

137 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

798 0676932

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK35

CENTRAL AVE LLC

M

204 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1083 US HIGHWAY 2 W

A

1

8,906

$1.233

0.00

$0.00

A

1

3,416

$1.233

6.00

$308.75

$10,979.69 $

1,607,085

$3,902.64 $

283,925

$7,140.40 $

460,324

$

103,932

$

121,634

$4,772.38 $

470,847

$1,140.38 $

348,647

$4,174.50 $

589,882

$2,252.11 $

533,599

$0.00

KALISPELL MT 59901

799 0685101

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK44

CVJ LLC

P

214 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

800 0685101

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK44

CVJ LLC

P

218 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

$0.00

801 0685101

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK44

CVJ LLC

P

216 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

802 0685101

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK44

CVJ LLC

M

AD% VICKI VAUGHT

5866 E NAPLES PLAZA #A

LONG BEACH CA 90803

$0.00

803 0685101

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK44

CVJ LLC

M

AD% VICKI VAUGHT

5866 E NAPLES PLAZA #A

LONG BEACH CA 90803

$0.00

804 0685350

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK54

HALLGREN III, OTTO G & ELIZABETH J AKA E JANE

P

317 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

805 0685350

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK54

HALLGREN III, OTTO G & ELIZABETH J AKA E JANE

P

806 0685350

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK54

HALLGREN III, OTTO G & ELIZABETH J AKA E JANE

P

317 1/2 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

807 0685350

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK54

HALLGREN III, OTTO G & ELIZABETH J AKA E JANE

M

317 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

808 0685350

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK54

HALLGREN III, OTTO G & ELIZABETH J AKA E JANE

M

317 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

809 0686280

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK59

PERSONS, CHRISTIAN L & NANCY B

P

421 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

810 0686280

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK59

PERSONS, CHRISTIAN L & NANCY B

P

811 0686280

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK59

PERSONS, CHRISTIAN L & NANCY B

M

421 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

812 0686280

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK59

PERSONS, CHRISTIAN L & NANCY B

M

421 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

237 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

E

1

6,084

$1.233

7.00

$360.21

$0.00

1

$0.00

E

$0.00

2

$0.00

813 0686354

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK44

THREE HAWK LLC

P

814 0686354

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK44

THREE HAWK LLC

P

A

1

4,038

$1.233

4.00

$205.84

815 0686354

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK44

THREE HAWK LLC

M

28 PARK AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

816 0686354

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK44

THREE HAWK LLC

M

28 PARK AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

817 0686800

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK45

SILVERMAN, PAUL H & CONSTANCE M

P

533 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

A

1

925

$1.233

0.00

$0.00 $0.00

818 0686800

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK45

SILVERMAN, PAUL H & CONSTANCE M

P

819 0686800

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK45

SILVERMAN, PAUL H & CONSTANCE M

M

221 RIDGE RUN CT

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

820 0686800

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK45

SILVERMAN, PAUL H & CONSTANCE M

M

221 RIDGE RUN CT

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

821 0686900

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK53

EDWARDS' OUTDOORS

P

334 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

822 0686900

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK53

EDWARDS' OUTDOORS

P

$0.00

823 0686900

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK53

EDWARDS' OUTDOORS

P

$0.00

824 0686900

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK53

EDWARDS' OUTDOORS

M

334 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

825 0686900

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK53

EDWARDS' OUTDOORS

M

334 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

826 0686900

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK53

EDWARDS' OUTDOORS

M

334 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

201 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

A

1

2,912

$1.233

$1.233

8.00

26.00

$411.67

827 0687126

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK42

BARNES, FRANK D & NAOMI G

P

828 0687126

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK42

BARNES, FRANK D & NAOMI G

P

$0.00

829 0687126

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK42

BARNES, FRANK D & NAOMI G

P

$0.00

830 0687126

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK42

BARNES, FRANK D & NAOMI G

P

$0.00

831 0687126

3122X36-WHT-7THRU11-ALLEY-BLK42

BARNES, FRANK D & NAOMI G

P

$0.00

832 0687126

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK42

BARNES, FRANK D & NAOMI G

P

$0.00

833 0687126

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK42

BARNES, FRANK D & NAOMI G

M

1415 VOERMAN RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

834 0687126

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK42

BARNES, FRANK D & NAOMI G

M

1415 VOERMAN RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

835 0687126

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK42

BARNES, FRANK D & NAOMI G

M

1415 VOERMAN RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

836 0687126

3122X36-WHT-7THRU11-ALLEY-BLK42

BARNES, FRANK D & NAOMI G

M

1415 VOERMAN RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

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3,720

$1,337.93

AV

A

B

E

F

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K

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R

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AG

AH

AK

AM

837 0687126

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK42

BARNES, FRANK D & NAOMI G

M

1415 VOERMAN RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

838 0687126

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK42

BARNES, FRANK D & NAOMI G

M

1415 VOERMAN RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

415 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

839 0688154

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK61

PETERSEN, JOHN S

P

840 0688154

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK61

PETERSEN, JOHN S

P

841 0688154

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK61

PETERSEN, JOHN S

M

415 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

842 0688154

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK61

PETERSEN, JOHN S

M

415 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

E

2

AT

AU

$

126,935

$3,846.47 $

248,452

$

58,101

$

97,612

$

129,320

$690.39 $

158,129

$

136,687

$3,349.38 $

719,574

$

152,508

$2,455.28 $

424,406

$0.00

843 0688158

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK45

IMAGINATION STATION PARTNERSHIP

P

221 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

844 0688158

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK45

IMAGINATION STATION PARTNERSHIP

M

221 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

1

E

1

3,120

$1.233

0.00

$0.00

845 0688698

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK25

BEEKMAN PROPERTIES LLC

P

30 LUPFER AVE

846 0688698

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK25

BEEKMAN PROPERTIES LLC

M

PO BOX 5181

WHITEFISH MT 59937

847 0688699

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK25

WESTERN MONTANA REAL ESTATE FUND LLC

P

21 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

848 0688699

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK25

WESTERN MONTANA REAL ESTATE FUND LLC

M

1707 KM RANCH RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

849 0693755

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK56

TUTTLE, SHARON J AKA SHARON

P

318 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

850 0693755

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK56

TUTTLE, SHARON J AKA SHARON

P

851 0693755

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK56

TUTTLE, SHARON J AKA SHARON

M

318 O'BRIEN

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

852 0693755

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK56

TUTTLE, SHARON J AKA SHARON

M

318 O'BRIEN

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 E

1

E

2

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

853 0699933

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK37

BRUNK, RONALD K & JANET ASHLEY

P

326 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

854 0699933

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK37

BRUNK, RONALD K & JANET ASHLEY

M

130 4TH ST E

WHITEFISH MT 59937

855 0707450

116-128 RAILWAY LLC

P

128 RAILWAY ST

856 0707450

116-128 RAILWAY LLC

M

2720 E CAMELBACK RD STE 220

PHOENIX AZ 85016

401 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

1

560

$1.233

0.00

$0.00 $0.00

E

$0.00

2

$0.00

857 0708950

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK60

PROFESSIONAL ARTS BUILDING PARTNERSHIP

P

858 0708950

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK60

PROFESSIONAL ARTS BUILDING PARTNERSHIP

P

A

2

7,938

$0.616

30.00

$1,543.77 $0.00

859 0708950

3122X36-WHT-18-N2-BLK60

PROFESSIONAL ARTS BUILDING PARTNERSHIP

P

$0.00

860 0708950

3122X36-WHT-18-S2-BLK60

PROFESSIONAL ARTS BUILDING PARTNERSHIP

P

$0.00

861 0708950

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK60

PROFESSIONAL ARTS BUILDING PARTNERSHIP

P

$0.00

862 0708950

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK60

PROFESSIONAL ARTS BUILDING PARTNERSHIP

P

$0.00

863 0708950

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK60

PROFESSIONAL ARTS BUILDING PARTNERSHIP

P

$0.00

864 0708950

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK60

PROFESSIONAL ARTS BUILDING PARTNERSHIP

P

$0.00

865 0708950

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK60

PROFESSIONAL ARTS BUILDING PARTNERSHIP

P

$0.00

866 0708950

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK60

PROFESSIONAL ARTS BUILDING PARTNERSHIP

M

PO BOX 1473

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

867 0708950

3122X36-WHT-18-N2-BLK60

PROFESSIONAL ARTS BUILDING PARTNERSHIP

M

PO BOX 1473

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

868 0708950

3122X36-WHT-18-S2-BLK60

PROFESSIONAL ARTS BUILDING PARTNERSHIP

M

PO BOX 1473

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

869 0708950

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK60

PROFESSIONAL ARTS BUILDING PARTNERSHIP

M

PO BOX 1473

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

870 0708950

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK60

PROFESSIONAL ARTS BUILDING PARTNERSHIP

M

PO BOX 1473

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

871 0708950

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK60

PROFESSIONAL ARTS BUILDING PARTNERSHIP

M

PO BOX 1473

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

872 0708950

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK60

PROFESSIONAL ARTS BUILDING PARTNERSHIP

M

PO BOX 1473

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

873 0708950

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK60

PROFESSIONAL ARTS BUILDING PARTNERSHIP

M

PO BOX 1473

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

874 0708950

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK60

PROFESSIONAL ARTS BUILDING PARTNERSHIP

M

PO BOX 1473

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

875 0709681

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK37

AMERICAN BANK OF MONTANA

P

100 BLOCK BAKER

876 0709681

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK37

AMERICAN BANK OF MONTANA

M

PO BOX 460

WHITEFISH MT 59937

877 0710376

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK53

BAD LLC

P

333 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

878 0710376

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK53

BAD LLC

P

879 0710376

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK53

BAD LLC

P

333 1/2 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

880 0710376

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK53

BAD LLC

M

333 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

E

$0.00

1

$0.00 A

1

2,242

$1.233

6.00

$308.75 $0.00

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F

G

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AH

AK

AM

AT

AU

$0.00

881 0710376

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK53

BAD LLC

M

333 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

882 0714600

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK35

MC GOUGH FAMILY TRUST

P

131 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

883 0714600

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK35

MC GOUGH FAMILY TRUST

P

884 0714600

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK35

MC GOUGH FAMILY TRUST

M

131 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

885 0714600

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK35

MC GOUGH FAMILY TRUST

M

131 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

886 0720821

3122X36-WHT-1-N79-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

P

641 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

887 0720821

3122X36-WHT-2-N79-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

P

888 0720821

3122X36-WHT-1-N79-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

M

PO BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

889 0720821

3122X36-WHT-2-N79-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

M

PO BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

890 0720822

3122X36-WHT-1-S30-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

P

216 KALISPELL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

891 0720822

3122X36-WHT-2-S30-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

P

892 0720822

3122X36-WHT-1-S30-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

M

PO BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

893 0720822

3122X36-WHT-2-S30-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

M

PO BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

894 0720823

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

P

631 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

895 0720823

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

P

896 0720823

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

M

PO BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

897 0720823

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

M

PO BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

898 0724240

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK44

CDSD LLC

P

232 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

899 0724240

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK44

CDSD LLC

M

PO BOX 190892

HUNGRY HORSE MT 59919

900 0739080

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK41

ROBISON, RICHARD W

P

246 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

1

8,335

$1.233

2.00

$102.92

$10,172.82 $

569,989

$

59,959

$

71,934

$

194,864

$3,743.55 $

253,241

$

105,682

$

149,551

$1,914.01 $

194,994

$

127,305

$

88,094

$

136,316

$

118,719

$0.00

E

$0.00

2

$0.00

E

$0.00

2

$0.00

E

$0.00

2

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 A

1

3,120

$1.233

2.00

$102.92 $0.00

E

$0.00

2

901 0739080

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK41

ROBISON, RICHARD W

P

$0.00

902 0739080

3122X36-WHT-12-STADJ-BLK41

ROBISON, RICHARD W

P

$0.00

903 0739080

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK41

ROBISON, RICHARD W

M

PO BOX 1965

VERADALE WA 99037

$0.00

904 0739080

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK41

ROBISON, RICHARD W

M

PO BOX 1965

VERADALE WA 99037

$0.00

905 0739080

3122X36-WHT-12-STADJ-BLK41

ROBISON, RICHARD W

M

PO BOX 1965

VERADALE WA 99037

$0.00

906 0744221

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK35

ICP M 100 LLC

M

AD% TOM DONAHUE

PO BOX 1299

907 0744221

3122X36-WHT-21-N1-BLK35

ICP M 100 LLC

P

115 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

908 0744221

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK35

ICP M 100 LLC

P

909 0744221

3122X36-WHT-21-N1-BLK35

ICP M 100 LLC

M

$0.00

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

1

6,148

$1.233

0.00

$0.00

$7,579.51

$0.00 AD% TOM DONAHUE

PO BOX 1299

$0.00

WHITEFISH MT 59937

910 0745800

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK25

AUCOIN, CHARLES E

P

14 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

911 0745800

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK25

AUCOIN, CHARLES E

M

49 FARLOW RD

NEWTON MA 24580

912 0747450

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK54

BENNETT, RICHARD A & ROBERTA L

P

325 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

913 0747450

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK54

BENNETT, RICHARD A & ROBERTA L

P

914 0747450

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK54

BENNETT, RICHARD A & ROBERTA L

M

A

1

1,636

$1.233

2.00

$102.92 $0.00

E

1

$0.00 $0.00

2442 NW MARKET ST # 85

$0.00

SEATTLE WA 98107

$0.00

915 0747450

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK54

BENNETT, RICHARD A & ROBERTA L

M

2442 NW MARKET ST # 85

SEATTLE WA 98107

916 0752330

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK55

JOHNSON, JOSEPH B

P

310 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

917 0752330

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK55

JOHNSON, JOSEPH B

M

PO BOX 70

WHITEFISH MT 59937

918 0755650

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK60

KLH MONTANA LLC

P

436 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

919 0755650

3122X36-WHT-7-S2-BLK60

KLH MONTANA LLC

P

$0.00

920 0755650

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK60

KLH MONTANA LLC

P

$0.00

921 0755650

3122X36-WHT-7-S2-BLK60

KLH MONTANA LLC

M

2221 N ARLINGTON AVE

DULUTH MN 55811

$0.00

922 0755650

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK60

KLH MONTANA LLC

M

2221 N ARLINGTON AVE

DULUTH MN 55811

$0.00

923 0755650

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK60

KLH MONTANA LLC

M

2221 N ARLINGTON AVE

DULUTH MN 55811

$0.00

924 0755800

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK46

AVERILL FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, DAN L

P

244 KALISPELL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

E

1

$0.00 $0.00

E

E

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2

$0.00

$0.00

AV

A

B

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

P

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

AT

AU

$0.00

925 0755800

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK46

AVERILL FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, DAN L

P

926 0755800

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK46

AVERILL FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, DAN L

M

PO BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

927 0755800

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK46

AVERILL FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, DAN L

M

PO BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

928 0756460

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

P

306 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

929 0756460

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

P

$0.00

930 0756460

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

P

$0.00

931 0756460

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

P

$0.00

932 0756460

3122X36-WHT-1-E100-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

P

$0.00

933 0756460

3122X36-WHT-2-E100-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

P

$0.00

934 0756460

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

P

$0.00

935 0756460

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

P

$0.00

936 0756460

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

P

$0.00

937 0756460

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

P

$0.00

938 0756460

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

P

$0.00

939 0756460

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

P

$0.00

940 0756460

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

M

AD% CORP FACILITIES

PO BOX 30918

BILLINGS MT 59116

$0.00

941 0756460

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

M

AD% CORP FACILITIES

PO BOX 30918

BILLINGS MT 59116

$0.00

942 0756460

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

M

AD% CORP FACILITIES

PO BOX 30918

BILLINGS MT 59116

$0.00

943 0756460

3122X36-WHT-1-E100-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

M

AD% CORP FACILITIES

PO BOX 30918

BILLINGS MT 59116

$0.00

944 0756460

3122X36-WHT-2-E100-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

M

AD% CORP FACILITIES

PO BOX 30918

BILLINGS MT 59116

$0.00

$0.00 $0.00 A

1

13,872

$1.233

38.00

$1,955.44

945 0756460

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

M

AD% CORP FACILITIES

PO BOX 30918

BILLINGS MT 59116

$0.00

946 0756460

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

M

AD% CORP FACILITIES

PO BOX 30918

BILLINGS MT 59116

$0.00

947 0756460

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

M

AD% CORP FACILITIES

PO BOX 30918

BILLINGS MT 59116

$0.00

948 0756460

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

M

AD% CORP FACILITIES

PO BOX 30918

BILLINGS MT 59116

$0.00

949 0756460

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

M

AD% CORP FACILITIES

PO BOX 30918

BILLINGS MT 59116

$0.00

950 0756460

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

M

AD% CORP FACILITIES

PO BOX 30918

BILLINGS MT 59116

$0.00

951 0756460

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK52

FIRST INTERSTATE BANK

M

AD% CORP FACILITIES

PO BOX 30918

BILLINGS MT 59116

$0.00

952 0764350

3122X36-WHT-4-S2-BLK39

O'BRIEN PROPERTIES LLC

P

118 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

953 0764350

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK39

O'BRIEN PROPERTIES LLC

P

E

$0.00

2

$15,146.55 $

2,859,912

$

112,254

$6,406.49 $

268,484

$3,558.62 $

210,458

$4,427.77 $

393,236

$

148,558

$4,530.42 $

281,798

$0.00 $0.00

954 0764350

3122X36-WHT-6-N2.5-BLK39

O'BRIEN PROPERTIES LLC

P

955 0764350

3122X36-WHT-4-S2-BLK39

O'BRIEN PROPERTIES LLC

M

PO BOX 5181

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

956 0764350

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK39

O'BRIEN PROPERTIES LLC

M

PO BOX 5181

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

957 0764350

3122X36-WHT-6-N2.5-BLK39

O'BRIEN PROPERTIES LLC

M

PO BOX 5181

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

958 0770750

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK36

MAY DISCLAIMER TRUST, LINDA RAE

P

144 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

959 0770750

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK36

MAY DISCLAIMER TRUST, LINDA RAE

M

139 OLD MORRIS TRL

WHITEFISH MT 59937

960 0777509

3122X36-WHT-23-SPT-BLK45

MOUNTAIN MEADOW LLC

P

205 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

961 0777509

3122X36-WHT-23-SPT-BLK45

MOUNTAIN MEADOW LLC

M

204 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

962 0780390

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK44

IDOL VENTURES LLC

P

238 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

963 0780390

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK44

IDOL VENTURES LLC

M

P.O.BOX 547

WHITEFISH MT 59937

964 0788200

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK55

RAINE, JULIE A

P

338 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

965 0788200

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK55

RAINE, JULIE A

P

966 0788200

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK55

RAINE, JULIE A

M

338 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

967 0788200

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK55

RAINE, JULIE A

M

338 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

968 0789725

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK36

BIG WIG INC

P

128 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

1

5,280

$1.233

2.00

$102.92

A

1

2,970

$1.233

2.00

$102.92

$0.00

$0.00 A

1

E

1

3,675

$1.233

2.00

$102.92 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

A

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 168 of 484

1

3,800

$1.233

3.00

$154.38

AV

A

B

E

F

G

H

969 0789725

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK36

BIG WIG INC

M

128 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

970 0792215

3122X36-WHT-21-EXN1-BLK35

ICP M 100 LLC

P

115 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

I

J

K

P

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

A

1

769

$1.233

0.00

$0.00

$948.06 $

1,641,335

$

83,442

$

318,523

$2,404.68 $

233,994

$

249,336

$5,518.84 $

333,311

$

260,179

$10,586.46 $

951,679

$

89,994

$0.00

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK35

ICP M 100 LLC

P

972 0792215

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK35

ICP M 100 LLC

M

AD% TOM DONAHUE

PO BOX 1299

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

973 0792215

3122X36-WHT-21-EXN1-BLK35

ICP M 100 LLC

M

AD% TOM DONAHUE

PO BOX 1299

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

974 0796290

3122X36-WHT-5-W25OFE75-BLK24

ARNOT, STUART & MARY BETH

P

112 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

975 0796290

3122X36-WHT-6-W25OFE75-BLK24

ARNOT, STUART & MARY BETH

P

976 0796290

3122X36-WHT-7-W25OFE75-BLK24

ARNOT, STUART & MARY BETH

P

977 0796290

3122X36-WHT-5-W25OFE75-BLK24

ARNOT, STUART & MARY BETH

M

PO BOX 290765

YIGO 96926

GUAM

$0.00

978 0796290

3122X36-WHT-6-W25OFE75-BLK24

ARNOT, STUART & MARY BETH

M

PO BOX 290765

YIGO 96926

GUAM

$0.00

979 0796290

3122X36-WHT-7-W25OFE75-BLK24

ARNOT, STUART & MARY BETH

M

PO BOX 290765

YIGO 96926

GUAM

$0.00

980 0796970

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK37

AMERICAN BANK OF MONTANA

P

981 0796970

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK37

AMERICAN BANK OF MONTANA

P

982 0796970

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK37

AMERICAN BANK OF MONTANA

M

PO BOX 460

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

983 0796970

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK37

AMERICAN BANK OF MONTANA

M

PO BOX 460

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

ELDEN, SCOTT W & CARI L

P

444 O'BRIEN AVENUE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

985 0804800

AU

$0.00

971 0792215

984 0804800

AT

E

$0.00

2

$0.00 $0.00

E

$0.00

1

$0.00

ELDEN, SCOTT W & CARI L

M

444 O'BRIEN AVENUE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

986 0806700

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK55

HANCOCK JR, W ROBERT

P

346 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

987 0806700

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK55

HANCOCK, CANDACE C

P

346 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

988 0806700

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK55

HANCOCK JR, W ROBERT

P

A

2

4,068

$0.616

2.00

$102.92

2

$0.00

E

1

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

989 0806700

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK55

HANCOCK, CANDACE C

P

990 0806700

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK55

HANCOCK JR, W ROBERT

M

101 WOODBINE CIR

NEWNAN GA 30263

$0.00

991 0806700

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK55

HANCOCK, CANDACE C

M

101 WOODBINE CIR

NEWNAN GA 30263

$0.00

992 0806700

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK55

HANCOCK, CANDACE C

M

101 WOODBINE CIR

NEWNAN GA 30263

$0.00

993 0806700

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK55

HANCOCK JR, W ROBERT

M

101 WOODBINE CIR

NEWNAN GA 30263

$0.00

994 0818650

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK45

HUFF TRUST, MARY KAY

P

209 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

995 0818650

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK45

HUFF TRUST, MARY KAY

M

300 SWAN RETREAT

BIGFORK MT 59911

996 0818850

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

P

243 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

997 0818850

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

P

A

1

4,560

$1.233

2.00

$102.92 $0.00

E

$0.00

2

$0.00

998 0818850

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

P

$0.00

999 0818850

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

P

$0.00

1000 0818850

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

P

$0.00

1001 0818850

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

M

P.O. BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

1002 0818850

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

M

P.O. BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

1003 0818850

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

M

P.O. BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

1004 0818850

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

M

P.O. BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

1005 0818850

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

M

P.O. BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

1006 0824209

3122X36-WIA-2A

WESTERN MONTANA REAL ESTATE FUND LLC

P

110 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1007 0824209

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK36

WESTERN MONTANA REAL ESTATE FUND LLC

P

100 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1008 0824209

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK36

WESTERN MONTANA REAL ESTATE FUND LLC

M

1707 KM RANCH RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1009 0824209

3122X36-WIA-2A

WESTERN MONTANA REAL ESTATE FUND LLC

M

1707 KM RANCH RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1010 0824770

3122X36-WHT-24-E65-BLK58

PFEIFER, BRENDON S

P

215 E 4TH ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1011 0824770

3122X36-WHT-23-E65-BLK58

PFEIFER, BRENDON S

P

1012 0824770

3122X36-WHT-23-E65-BLK58

PFEIFER, BRENDON S

M

A

E

1

2

8,754

$1.233

4.00

$205.84

$0.00 $0.00

215 E 4TH ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

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$0.00

AV

A

B

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

P

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

AT

AU

$0.00

1013 0824770

3122X36-WHT-24-E65-BLK58

PFEIFER, BRENDON S

M

215 E 4TH ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1014 0828750

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK55

ZAMPIERI, RAY P

P

318 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1015 0828750

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK55

ZAMPIERI, RAY P

P

318 1/2 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1016 0828750

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK55

ZAMPIERI, RAY P

M

PO BOX 5667

KALISPELL MT 59903

$0.00

1017 0834100

3122X36-WHT-3-E68-BLK24

COOKE, SCOTT THOMAS C & BARBARA W

P

40 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1018 0834100

3122X36-WHT-4-E68-BLK24

COOKE, SCOTT THOMAS C & BARBARA W

P

1019 0834100

3122X36-WHT-3-E68-BLK24

COOKE, SCOTT THOMAS C & BARBARA W

M

120 PARK AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1020 0834100

3122X36-WHT-4-E68-BLK24

COOKE, SCOTT THOMAS C & BARBARA W

M

120 PARK AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1021 0835140

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK54

JAMES, MORGAN

P

339 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1022 0835140

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK54

JAMES, MORGAN F

P

339 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1023 0835140

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK54

JAMES, MORGAN

M

1643 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1024 0835140

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK54

JAMES, MORGAN F

M

1643 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1025 0837002

3122X36-WHT-13-S18OFW90-BLK25 PICKERAL, DAVID W

P

29 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1026 0837002

3122X36-WHT-13-S18OFW90-BLK25

SMITH, DIANE

P

29 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1027 0837002

3122X36-WHT-12-N15OFW90-BLK25

PICKERAL, DAVID W

P

$0.00

1028 0837002

3122X36-WHT-12-N15OFW90-BLK25

SMITH, DIANE

P

$0.00

1029 0837002

3122X36-WHT-13-S18OFW90-BLK25

PICKERAL, DAVID W

P

29 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1030 0837002

3122X36-WHT-12-N15OFW90-BLK25

PICKERAL, DAVID W

M

AD% DODGE PROPERTIES

PO BOX 5089

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1031 0837002

3122X36-WHT-12-N15OFW90-BLK25

SMITH, DIANE

M

AD% DODGE PROPERTIES

PO BOX 5089

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1032 0837002

3122X36-WHT-13-S18OFW90-BLK25

SMITH, DIANE

M

AD% DODGE PROPERTIES

PO BOX 5089

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1033 0837002

3122X36-WHT-13-S18OFW90-BLK25

PICKERAL, DAVID W

M

AD% DODGE PROPERTIES

PO BOX 5089

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1034 0837350

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK45

JENSON, MICHAEL T & BARBARA ANN

P

237 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1035 0837350

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK45

JENSON, MICHAEL T & BARBARA ANN

M

PO BOX 462

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1036 0839425

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK54

STROM TRUST, CHARLES W

P

341 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1037 0839425

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK54

STROM TRUST, CHARLES W

P

1038 0839425

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK54

STROM TRUST, CHARLES W

M

AD% ALFRED STROM JR

823 N MALVERN RD

LIBERTY LAKE WA 99019

$0.00

1039 0839425

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK54

STROM TRUST, CHARLES W

M

AD% ALFRED STROM JR

823 N MALVERN RD

LIBERTY LAKE WA 99019

$0.00

1040 0848400

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK37

AMERICAN BANK OF MONTANA

P

100 BLOCK BAKER

1041 0848400

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK37

AMERICAN BANK OF MONTANA

M

PO BOX 460

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1042 0848850

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK46

AVERILL FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, DAN L

P

236 KALISPELL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1043 0848850

3122X36-WHT-14-S20-BLK46

AVERILL FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, DAN L

P

$0.00

1044 0848850

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK46

AVERILL FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, DAN L

P

$0.00

1045 0848850

3122X36-WHT-14-S20-BLK46

AVERILL FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, DAN L

M

P.O. BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

1046 0848850

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK46

AVERILL FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, DAN L

M

P.O. BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

1047 0848850

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK46

E

E

$0.00

1

$0.00

2

$

108,173

$

131,207

$

93,651

$1,188.46 $

97,997

$3,254.70 $

222,469

$

159,847

$

152,508

$

110,928

$

190,270

$6,694.33 $

355,493

$

311,942

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 E

$0.00

1

$0.00 A

1

964

$1.233

0.00

$0.00 $0.00

$0.00

$0.00 A

1

2,640

$1.233

0.00

$0.00 $0.00

E

$0.00

1

$0.00

E

AVERILL FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, DAN L

M

P.O. BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

1048 0854000

TARR LIVING TRUST, WILLIAM W

P

102 E 5TH STREET

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1049 0854000

TARR LIVING TRUST, WILLIAM W

M

102 E 5TH STREET

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1

$0.00 E

$0.00

2

$0.00 E

$0.00

2

$0.00

1050 0857810

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK36

MAC KENZIE, DUNCAN JAMES

P

420 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

1

5,430

$1.233

0.00

$0.00

1051 0857810

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK36

MAC KENZIE, DUNCAN JAMES

P

492 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1

$0.00

1052 0857810

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK36

MAC KENZIE, DUNCAN JAMES

P

148 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1

$0.00

1053 0857810

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK36

MAC KENZIE, DUNCAN JAMES

M

7145 FARM TO MARKET RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1054 0863450

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK37

AMERICAN BANK OF MONTANA

P

1055 0863450

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK37

AMERICAN BANK OF MONTANA

P

1056 0863450

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK37

AMERICAN BANK OF MONTANA

M

$0.00 E

1

$0.00 $0.00

PO BOX 460

WHITEFISH MT 59937

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$0.00

AV

A

B

E

F

G

H

1057 0863450

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK37

AMERICAN BANK OF MONTANA

M

PO BOX 460

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1058 0863650

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK37

AMERICAN BANK OF MONTANA

P

140 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

I

J

K

P

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

AT

AU

$0.00 A

1

10,504

$1.233

22.00

$1,132.09

$11,817.68 $

2,090,194

$

118,825

$6,913.18 $

507,974

$2,817.75 $

530,689

$1,061.39 $

248,524

$

153,965

$

96,771

$4,715.13 $

320,703

$11,677.88 $

2,082,844

$0.00

1059 0863650

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK37

AMERICAN BANK OF MONTANA

P

1060 0863650

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK37

AMERICAN BANK OF MONTANA

M

PO BOX 2290

LIVINGSTON MT 59047

$0.00

1061 0863650

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK37

AMERICAN BANK OF MONTANA

M

PO BOX 2290

LIVINGSTON MT 59047

$0.00

1062 0865700

MCGRATH, KATHLEEN

P

436 KALISPELL AVENUE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1063 0865700

MCGRATH, KATHLEEN

M

436 KALISPELL AVENUE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1064 0865900

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK28

LONG HALL LLC

P

22 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1065 0865900

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK28

LONG HALL LLC

M

22 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1066 0865990

3122X36-ROP-UNIT5

J G S CORPORATION

P

100 UNIT 5 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1067 0865990

3122X36-ROP-UNIT5

J G S CORPORATION

M

100 2ND ST E

WHITEFISH MT 59937

E

$0.00

2

$0.00 A

1

5,691

$1.233

2.00

$102.92 $0.00

A

2

5,952

$0.616

16.54

$851.19 $0.00

1068 0865995

3122X36-ROP-UNIT6

ZJENLAND LLC

P

140 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1069 0865995

3122X36-ROP-UNIT6

ZJENLAND LLC

M

3788 MT HIGHWAY 40 WEST

COLUMBIA FALLS MT 59912

1070 0872300

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK56

MARSH, WILLIAM S & LORI DIANE

P

324 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1071 0872300

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK56

MARSH, WILLIAM S & LORI DIANE

P

$0.00

1072 0872300

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK56

MARSH, WILLIAM S & LORI DIANE

P

$0.00

1073 0872300

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK56

MARSH, WILLIAM S & LORI DIANE

M

324 O'BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1074 0872300

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK56

MARSH, WILLIAM S & LORI DIANE

M

324 O'BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1075 0872300

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK56

MARSH, WILLIAM S & LORI DIANE

M

324 O'BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1076 0878150

3122X36-WHT-1-EXTRA-BLK45

TOWN PUMP OF WHITEFISH INC

P

541 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1077 0878150

3122X36-WHT-1-EXTRA-BLK45

TOWN PUMP OF WHITEFISH INC

M

600 S MAIN ST

BUTTE MT 59701

1078 0880875

3122X36-WHT-1-N71.44-BLK42

ARRANGEMENTS LLC

P

206 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1079 0880875

3122X36-WHT-3-N71.44-BLK42

ARRANGEMENTS LLC

P

233 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1080 0880875

3122X36-WHT-4-N71.44-BLK42

ARRANGEMENTS LLC

P

$0.00

1081 0880875

3122X36-WHT-5-N71.44-BLK42

ARRANGEMENTS LLC

P

$0.00

1082 0880875

3122X36-WHT-6-N71.44-BLK42

ARRANGEMENTS LLC

P

$0.00

1083 0880875

3122X36-WHT-N71.44-BLK422

ARRANGEMENTS LLC

P

$0.00

1084 0880875

3122X36-WHT-1-N71.44-BLK42

ARRANGEMENTS LLC

M

345 SPRING PRAIRIE RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1085 0880875

3122X36-WHT-3-N71.44-BLK42

ARRANGEMENTS LLC

M

345 SPRING PRAIRIE RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1086 0880875

3122X36-WHT-4-N71.44-BLK42

ARRANGEMENTS LLC

M

345 SPRING PRAIRIE RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1087 0880875

3122X36-WHT-5-N71.44-BLK42

ARRANGEMENTS LLC

M

345 SPRING PRAIRIE RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1088 0880875

3122X36-WHT-6-N71.44-BLK42

ARRANGEMENTS LLC

M

345 SPRING PRAIRIE RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1089 0880875

3122X36-WHT-N71.44-BLK422

ARRANGEMENTS LLC

M

345 SPRING PRAIRIE RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1090 0882150

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK54

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

P

300 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1091 0882150

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK54

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

P

$0.00

1092 0882150

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK54

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

P

$0.00

1093 0882150

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK54

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

P

$0.00

1094 0882150

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK54

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

P

$0.00

1095 0882150

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK54

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

P

$0.00

1096 0882150

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK54

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

P

$0.00

1097 0882150

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK54

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

P

$0.00

1098 0882150

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK54

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

P

$0.00

1099 0882150

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK54

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

P

$0.00

1100 0882150

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK54

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

M

PO BOX 37

A

2

2,242

$0.616

6.23

$320.63 $0.00

E

$0.00

2

E

1

A

1

$0.00 $0.00 4,242

$1.233

10.00

$0.00

1

A

WHITEFISH MT 59937

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1

$514.59

10,808

$1.233

32.00

$1,646.68

$0.00

AV

A

B

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

P

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

1101 0882150

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK54

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

M

PO BOX 37

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1102 0882150

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK54

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

M

PO BOX 37

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1103 0882150

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK54

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

M

PO BOX 37

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1104 0882150

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK54

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

M

PO BOX 37

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1105 0882150

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK54

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

M

PO BOX 37

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1106 0882150

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK54

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

M

PO BOX 37

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1107 0882150

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK54

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

M

PO BOX 37

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1108 0882150

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK54

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

M

PO BOX 37

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1109 0882150

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK54

WHITEFISH CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION

M

PO BOX 37

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1110 0890170

3122X36-WHT-24-E42-BLK53

CAMPBELL, LARRY J

P

419 E 3RD ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1111 0890170

3122X36-WHT-22-E42-BLK53

CAMPBELL, LARRY J

P

1112 0890170

3122X36-WHT-23-E42-BLK53

CAMPBELL, LARRY J

P

1113 0890170

3122X36-WHT-22-E42-BLK53

CAMPBELL, LARRY J

M

111 LARCH LN

COLUMBIA FALLS MT 59912

$0.00

1114 0890170

3122X36-WHT-23-E42-BLK53

CAMPBELL, LARRY J

M

111 LARCH LN

COLUMBIA FALLS MT 59912

$0.00

1115 0890170

3122X36-WHT-24-E42-BLK53

CAMPBELL, LARRY J

M

111 LARCH LN

COLUMBIA FALLS MT 59912

$0.00

1116 0891400

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK28

ADLINGTON, RONALD J & BARBARA A

P

550 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1117 0891400

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK28

ADLINGTON, RONALD J & BARBARA A

P

28 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1118 0891400

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK28

ADLINGTON, RONALD J & BARBARA A

M

AD% THE LANDLORD

547 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1119 0891400

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK28

ADLINGTON, RONALD J & BARBARA A

M

AD% THE LANDLORD

547 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1120 0897100

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK35

STUMPTOWN ART STUDIO

P

147 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

1

2,640

$1.233

0.00

$0.00

AT

AU

$3,254.70 $

228,037

$2,954.53 $

418,013

$4,828.45 $

337,157

$

133,453

$

128,153

$4,931.37 $

489,691

$

63,348

$

179,357

$

75,490

$0.00 $0.00

A

2

4,960

$0.616

2.00

$0.00

2

A

1

E

2

$102.92

4,000

$1.233

2.00

$102.92 $0.00

1121 0897100

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK35

STUMPTOWN ART STUDIO

M

PO BOX 4938

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1122 0900390

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK60

GREENBERG, ERIC L & KARI AKA KARI A

P

416 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1123 0900390

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK60

GREENBERG, ERIC L & KARI AKA KARI A

P

1124 0900390

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK60

GREENBERG, ERIC L & KARI AKA KARI A

M

416 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1125 0900390

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK60

GREENBERG, ERIC L & KARI AKA KARI A

M

416 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

$0.00 $0.00

1126 0906280

WALKER, ROBERT B

P

442 KALISPELL AVENUE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1127 0906280

WALKER, ROBERT B

M

PO BOX 968

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

E

$0.00

1128 0913301

3122X36-WHT-13-W80-BLK35

FOLCO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

P

147 CENTRAL AVE

A

1

4,000

$1.233

0.00

$0.00

1129 0913301

3122X36-WHT-13-W80-BLK35

FOLCO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

M

AD% WILLIAM FOLEY

601 RIVERSIDE AVE

1130 0915356

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

P

627 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1131 0915356

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

P

1132 0915356

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

M

P.O. BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

1133 0915356

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK46

WHITEFISH HOTEL GROUP LLC

M

P.O. BOX 275

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

1134 0915359

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK61

WAYMAN LIVING TRUST, SAMUEL E

P

405 UNIT 3 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1135 0915359

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK61

WAYMAN LIVING TRUST, SAMUEL E

P

405 UNIT 1 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1136 0915359

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK61

WAYMAN LIVING TRUST, SAMUEL E

P

405 UNIT 4 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1137 0915359

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK61

WAYMAN LIVING TRUST, SAMUEL E

P

405 UNIT 2 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1138 0915359

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK61

WAYMAN LIVING TRUST, SAMUEL E

P

1139 0915359

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK61

WAYMAN LIVING TRUST, SAMUEL E

P

1140 0915359

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK61

WAYMAN LIVING TRUST, SAMUEL E

M

PO BOX 4670

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1141 0915359

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK61

WAYMAN LIVING TRUST, SAMUEL E

M

PO BOX 4670

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1142 0915359

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK61

WAYMAN LIVING TRUST, SAMUEL E

M

PO BOX 4670

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1143 0915364

3122X36-WHT-3-E22OFW40-BLK24

WHITEFISH HOUSING AUTHORITY

P

130 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1144 0915364

3122X36-WHT-2-E22OFW40-BLK24

WHITEFISH HOUSING AUTHORITY

P

$0.00

JACKSONVILLE FL 32204

E

2

$0.00 $0.00

E

2

$0.00

$0.00 $0.00

E

2

$0.00 $0.00

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AV

A

B

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

P

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

AT

AU

$0.00

1145 0915364

3122X36-WHT-4-E22OFW40-BLK24

WHITEFISH HOUSING AUTHORITY

P

1146 0915364

3122X36-WHT-2-E22OFW40-BLK24

WHITEFISH HOUSING AUTHORITY

M

PO BOX 1237

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1147 0915364

3122X36-WHT-3-E22OFW40-BLK24

WHITEFISH HOUSING AUTHORITY

M

PO BOX 1237

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1148 0915364

3122X36-WHT-4-E22OFW40-BLK24

WHITEFISH HOUSING AUTHORITY

M

PO BOX 1237

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1149 0915365

3122X36-WHT-3-W18-BLK24

WHITEFISH HOUSING AUTHORITY

P

128 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1150 0915365

3122X36-WHT-2-W18-BLK24

WHITEFISH HOUSING AUTHORITY

P

1151 0915365

3122X36-WHT-4-W18-BLK24

WHITEFISH HOUSING AUTHORITY

P

1152 0915365

3122X36-WHT-2-W18-BLK24

WHITEFISH HOUSING AUTHORITY

M

PO BOX 1237

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1153 0915365

3122X36-WHT-3-W18-BLK24

WHITEFISH HOUSING AUTHORITY

M

PO BOX 1237

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1154 0915365

3122X36-WHT-4-W18-BLK24

WHITEFISH HOUSING AUTHORITY

M

PO BOX 1237

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1155 0924050

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK44

T-2 INVESTMENTS LLC

P

415 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1156 0924050

3122X36-WHT-22-ESTRIP-BLK44

T-2 INVESTMENTS LLC

P

1157 0924050

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK44

T-2 INVESTMENTS LLC

M

PO BOX 644

COLUMBIA FALLS MT 59912

$0.00

1158 0924050

3122X36-WHT-22-ESTRIP-BLK44

T-2 INVESTMENTS LLC

M

PO BOX 644

COLUMBIA FALLS MT 59912

$0.00

1159 0924100

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK38

TURNER, DAVID P

P

220 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1160 0924100

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK38

TURNER, DAVID P

P

1161 0924100

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK38

TURNER, DAVID P

M

PO BOX 969

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1162 0924100

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK38

TURNER, DAVID P

M

PO BOX 969

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1163 0924350

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK55

HINRICHS, GAIL W

P

303 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1164 0924350

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK55

HINRICHS, GAIL W

P

1165 0924350

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK55

WESTERLUND, LILLY K

P

1166 0924350

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK55

WESTERLUND, LILLY K

P

303 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1167 0924350

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK55

WESTERLUND, LILLY K

M

303 O'BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1168 0924350

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK55

HINRICHS, GAIL W

M

303 O'BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1169 0924350

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK55

HINRICHS, GAIL W

M

303 O'BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1170 0924350

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK55

WESTERLUND, LILLY K

M

303 O'BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1171 0924700

3122X36-ZMU-UNIT-A1

HOPPIT LLC

P

144 UNIT 102 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1172 0924700

3122X36-ZMU-UNIT-A1

HOPPIT LLC

M

AD% CAROLYN PITMAN

1 TIDES WAY

1173 0931620

3122X36-TMC-UNIT-1A

SVENNUNGSEN REVOCABLE TRUST, NANCY

P

201 UNIT 1A CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

E

$0.00

2

$

74,494

$4,396.95 $

435,180

$3,670.22 $

243,044

$

117,818

$322.67 $

170,469

$1,741.41 $

93,534

$

145,273

$

77,382

$1,109.56 $

124,193

$

173,244

$0.00 $0.00

A

1

3,650

$1.233

2.00

$102.92 $0.00

A

1

3,144

$1.233

4.00

$205.84 $0.00

E

$0.00

1

$0.00 $0.00

$0.00 A

2

551

$0.616

0.33

$16.98 $0.00

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

1

E

1

1,496

$1.233

2.00

$102.92 $0.00

1174 0931620

3122X36-TMC-UNIT-1A

SVENNUNGSEN REVOCABLE TRUST, NANCY

M

1465 LAKEVIEW LN

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1175 0932675

3122X36-RAI-UNIT219-E1STST

HALF FULL LLC

P

219 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1176 0932675

3122X36-RAI-UNIT219-E1STST

HALF FULL LLC

M

397 BLANCHARD LAKE RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1177 0933700

3122X36-WHT-3-E22OFW62-BLK24

FEENEY, JACKIE

P

134 E 1ST ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1178 0933700

3122X36-WHT-2-E22OFW62-BLK24

FEENEY, JACKIE

P

1179 0933700

3122X36-WHT-4-E22OFW62-BLK24

FEENEY, JACKIE

P

1180 0933700

3122X36-WHT-2-E22OFW62-BLK24

FEENEY, JACKIE

M

P.O. BOX 1244

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1181 0933700

3122X36-WHT-3-E22OFW62-BLK24

FEENEY, JACKIE

M

P.O. BOX 1244

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1182 0933700

3122X36-WHT-4-E22OFW62-BLK24

FEENEY, JACKIE

M

P.O. BOX 1244

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

$0.00 $0.00

E

$0.00

2

$0.00 $0.00

1183 0934050

3122X36-DSC-SPACE-1

SWIFT CREEK INC

P

307 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1184 0934050

3122X36-DSC-SPACE-1

SWIFT CREEK INC

M

307 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

1

900

$1.233

0.00

$0.00

1185 0934980

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK42

MC CARTNEY III, WARD B

P

243 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1186 0934980

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK42

MC CARTNEY III, WARD B

P

1187 0934980

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK42

MC CARTNEY III, WARD B

M

44 TRUENO LOOP

BELEN NM 87002

$0.00

1188 0934980

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK42

MC CARTNEY III, WARD B

M

44 TRUENO LOOP

BELEN NM 87002

$0.00

$0.00 E

1

$0.00 $0.00

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AV

A

B

E

F

G

124 O`BRIEN AVE

H

WHITEFISH MT 59937

I

J

K

P

E

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

$0.00

1189 0936254

3122X36-WHT-6-S22.5-BLK39

O'BRIEN PROPERTIES LLC

P

2

1190 0936254

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK39

O'BRIEN PROPERTIES LLC

P

1191 0936254

3122X36-WHT-6-S22.5-BLK39

O'BRIEN PROPERTIES LLC

M

PO BOX 5181

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1192 0936254

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK39

O'BRIEN PROPERTIES LLC

M

PO BOX 5181

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1193 0943501

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK39

MILLER, LINDA

P

100+ MILES

1194 0943501

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK39

MILLER, LINDA

M

PO BOX 4808

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1195 0965875

3122X36-WHT-1-E95.5-BLK39

HARRISON, MARGARET LINDSEY

P

104 O`BRIEN AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1196 0965875

3122X36-WHT-2-E95.5-BLK39

HARRISON, MARGARET LINDSEY

P

1197 0965875

3122X36-WHT-1-E95.5-BLK39

HARRISON, MARGARET LINDSEY

M

704 E 13TH ST STE C

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1198 0965875

3122X36-WHT-2-E95.5-BLK39

HARRISON, MARGARET LINDSEY

M

704 E 13TH ST STE C

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1199 0966000

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK27

FOLCO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

P

10 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1200 0966000

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK27

FOLCO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

P

$0.00

1201 0966000

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK27

FOLCO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

P

$0.00

1202 0966000

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK27

FOLCO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

M

601 RIVERSIDE AVE

JACKSONVILLE FL 32204

$0.00

1203 0966000

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK27

FOLCO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

M

601 RIVERSIDE AVE

JACKSONVILLE FL 32204

$0.00

1204 0966000

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK27

FOLCO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

M

601 RIVERSIDE AVE

JACKSONVILLE FL 32204

$0.00

E

$0.00

2

E

$0.00

2

A

A

1

1

6,062

780

$1.233

$1.233

1.00

2.00

$51.46

3122X36-CNC-UNIT-1

POWELL, NATHAN B & SUSAN

P

119 UNIT 1 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

POWELL, NATHAN B & SUSAN

M

465 DIPSY DOODLE LN

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1207 0968058

3122X36-CNC-UNIT-2

SCHMIDT, ERIC DALE & SUSAN

P

119 UNIT 2 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1208 0968058

3122X36-CNC-UNIT-2

SCHMIDT, ERIC DALE & SUSAN

M

PO BOX 5234

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1209 0968059

3122X36-CNC-UNIT-3

BARACKER INC, COLETTE J

P

119 UNIT 3 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1210 0968059

3122X36-CNC-UNIT-3

BARACKER INC, COLETTE J

M

PO BOX 1944

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1211 0968060

3122X36-CNC-UNIT-4

DOWNTOWN WHITEFISH CONDOS #4 LLC

P

119 UNIT 4 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1212 0968060

3122X36-CNC-UNIT-4

DOWNTOWN WHITEFISH CONDOS #4 LLC

M

202 FARVIEW DR

KALISPELL MT 59901

1213 0968061

3122X36-CNC-UNIT-5

COLETTE J BARACKER INC

P

119 UNIT 5 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1214 0968061

3122X36-CNC-UNIT-5

COLETTE J BARACKER INC

M

PO BOX 1944

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1215 0968062

3122X36-CNC-UNIT-6

SCHMIDT REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST, SUSAN M

P

119 UNIT 6 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1216 0968062

3122X36-CNC-UNIT-6

SCHMIDT REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST, SUSAN M

M

1600 HODGSON RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1217 0968063

3122X36-CNC-UNIT-7

DOWNTOWN WHITEFISH CONDOS #7 LLC

P

119 UNIT 7 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1218 0968063

3122X36-CNC-UNIT-7

DOWNTOWN WHITEFISH CONDOS #7 LLC

P

119 UNIT 7 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1219 0968063

3122X36-CNC-UNIT-7

DOWNTOWN WHITEFISH CONDOS #7 LLC

M

202 FAIRVIEW DR

KALISPELL MT 59901

$0.00

1220 0968063

3122X36-CNC-UNIT-7

DOWNTOWN WHITEFISH CONDOS #7 LLC

M

202 FAIRVIEW DR

KALISPELL MT 59901

$0.00

1221 0968064

3122X36-CNC-UNIT-8

DRUMMOND, JEFFREY

P

119 UNIT 8 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

NELSON, GARY

P

DRUMMOND, JEFFREY

M

185 SANDY RIVER WAY

COLUMBIA FALLS MT 59912

$0.00

NELSON, GARY

M

185 SANDY RIVER WAY

COLUMBIA FALLS MT 59912

$0.00

234 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

3122X36-CNC-UNIT-8

173,018

$

58,101

$

171,659

$7,422.03 $

836,810

$858.70 $

52,461

$858.70 $

52,461

$

69,324

$858.70 $

68,529

$

68,582

$

69,324

$858.70 $

52,132

$

52,132

$4,283.85 $

357,331

$6,340.23 $

564,523

$12,954.21 $

949,976

$0.00

3122X36-CNC-UNIT-1

1224 0968064

$

AV

$0.00

1206 0968057

1223 0968064

AU

$0.00

1205 0968057

1222 0968064

AT

$102.92 $0.00

A

E

1

780

$1.233

2.00

$102.92

1

$0.00

1

$0.00

$

624.46

$

619.19

$0.00 A

1

780

$1.233

2.00

$102.92 $0.00

E

1

$0.00

E

1

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00 A

E

1

780

$1.233

2.00

$102.92

$0.00

1

$0.00

1225 0969414

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK38

C & L HOLDINGS LLC

P

A

1

3,600

$1.233

3.00

$154.38

1226 0969414

3122X36-WHT-11-E6-BLK38

C & L HOLDINGS LLC

P

1227 0969414

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK38

C & L HOLDINGS LLC

M

911 WISCONSIN AVE STE 203

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1228 0969414

3122X36-WHT-11-E6-BLK38

C & L HOLDINGS LLC

M

911 WISCONSIN AVE STE 203

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1229 0971026

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK44

HEDMAN HILEMAN & LACOSTA BUILDING PARTNERSHIP

P

204 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1230 0971026

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK44

HEDMAN HILEMAN & LACOSTA BUILDING PARTNERSHIP

M

204 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1231 0972050

3122X36-SCS-2

RICHATTI INVESTMENT CORPORATION

P

244 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1232 0972050

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK45

RICHATTI INVESTMENT CORPORATION

P

$0.00

A

1

5,268

$1.233

3.00

$154.38 $0.00

A

1

10,925

$1.233

10.00

$514.59 $0.00

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A

B

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

P

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

AT

AU

$0.00

1233 0972050

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK45

RICHATTI INVESTMENT CORPORATION

P

1234 0972050

3122X36-SCS-2

RICHATTI INVESTMENT CORPORATION

M

807 SPOKANE AVE, STE 200

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1235 0972050

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK45

RICHATTI INVESTMENT CORPORATION

M

807 SPOKANE AVE, STE 200

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1236 0972050

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK45

RICHATTI INVESTMENT CORPORATION

M

807 SPOKANE AVE, STE 200

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1237 0972167

3122X36-WHT-24-EXN7OFE55-BLK43 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

P

300 E 3RD ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1238 0972167

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

P

319 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1239 0972167

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1240 0972167

3122X36-WHT-1EXTRA-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1241 0972167

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1242 0972167

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1243 0972167

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1244 0972167

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1245 0972167

3122X36-WHT-24-N7OFE55-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1246 0972167

3122X36-WHT-25-E55-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1247 0972167

3122X36-WHT-25-W75-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1248 0972167

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1249 0972167

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1250 0972167

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1251 0972167

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1252 0972167

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

A

1

12,676

$1.233

42.00

$2,161.27

$13,466.24 $

1,520,030

$2,515.00 $

174,925

$801.35 $

89,475

$930.80 $

97,035

$0.00

1

$0.00

1253 0972167

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

P

1254 0972167

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 220

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1255 0972167

3122X36-WHT-1EXTRA-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 220

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1256 0972167

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 220

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1257 0972167

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 220

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1258 0972167

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 220

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1259 0972167

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 220

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1260 0972167

3122X36-WHT-24-EXN7OFE55-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 220

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1261 0972167

3122X36-WHT-24-N7OFE55-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 220

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1262 0972167

3122X36-WHT-25-E55-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 220

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1263 0972167

3122X36-WHT-25-W75-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 220

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1264 0972167

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 220

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1265 0972167

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 220

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1266 0972167

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 220

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1267 0972167

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 220

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1268 0972167

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 220

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1269 0972167

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 220

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1270 0972167

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK43

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 220

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1271 0972551

3122X36-DSC-SPACE-2

ECHO LODGE HOLDINGS LLC

P

305 E 2ND ST SPACE 2

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1272 0972551

3122X36-DSC-SPACE-2

ECHO LODGE HOLDINGS LLC

M

605 COLUMBIA AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1273 0972552

3122X36-DSC-UNIT-1A

NEWMAN, MICHAEL M

P

301 1A E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1274 0972552

3122X36-DSC-UNIT-1A

NEWMAN, MICHAEL M

M

PO BOX 235

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1275 0972553

3122X36-DSC-UNIT-1B

BOODY, BRUCE

P

301 1B E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1276 0972553

3122X36-DSC-UNIT-1B

BOODY, BRUCE

M

301 2ND ST E

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1B

A

1

2,040

$1.233

0.00

$0.00 $0.00

A

1

650

$1.233

0.00

$0.00 $0.00

A

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1

755

$1.233

0.00

$0.00 $0.00

AV

A

B

E

F

G

H

1277 0972554

3122X36-DSC-UNIT-1C

BOODY, BRUCE H

P

301 1C E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1278 0972554

3122X36-DSC-UNIT-1C

BOODY, BRUCE H

M

PO BOX 1363

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1279 0972555

3122X36-DSC-UNIT-1D

WAMBEKE, CHRISTOPHER

P

301 1D E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1280 0972555

3122X36-DSC-UNIT-1D

WAMBEKE, CHRISTOPHER

M

PO BOX 2039

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1281 0972556

3122X36-DSC-UNIT-2A

RHOADS, KENT L & DEBRA S

P

301 2A E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1282 0972556

3122X36-DSC-UNIT-2A

RHOADS, KENT L & DEBRA S

M

PO BOX 393

WALCOTT IA 52773

1283 0972557

3122X36-DSC-UNIT-2B

CASCADE MANAGEMENT LLC

P

301 2B E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1284 0972557

3122X36-DSC-UNIT-2B

CASCADE MANAGEMENT LLC

M

2437 GLEN LAKE RD

EUREKA MT 59917

1285 0972558

3122X36-DSC-UNIT-2C

BLOME, ROBERT

P

301 2C E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1286 0972558

3122X36-DSC-UNIT-2C

BLOME, ROBERT

M

301 E 2ND ST APT 2 G

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1287 0972559

3122X36-DSC-UNIT-2D

CHAPMAN, TYLER & EMILY

P

301 2D E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1288 0972559

3122X36-DSC-UNIT-2D

CHAPMAN, TYLER & EMILY

M

420 NORTH UMBERLAND AVE

REDWOOD CITY CA 94061

1289 0972560

3122X36-DSC-UNIT-2E

SLIPER, STEVEN B

P

301 2E E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1290 0972560

3122X36-DSC-UNIT-2E

SLIPER, STEVEN B

M

P.O. BOX 1881

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1291 0972561

3122X36-DSC-UNIT-2F

ZVERS, KRISJAN

P

301 2F E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1292 0972561

3122X36-DSC-UNIT-2F

ZVERS, KRISJAN

M

301 E 2ND ST APT 2 F

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1293 0972562

3122X36-DSC-UNIT-2G

BLOME JR, ROBERT E

P

301 2G E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1294 0972562

3122X36-DSC-UNIT-2G

BLOME JR, ROBERT E

M

301 E 2ND ST

2C

1295 0972563

3122X36-DSC-UNIT-2H

OWENS, MARILYN G

P

301 2H E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1296 0972563

3122X36-DSC-UNIT-2H

OWENS, MARILYN G

M

3436 OAK CREEK CIR

DALLAS TX 75227

I

J

K

P

A

R

Z

1

AG

770

AH

$1.233

AK

0.00

AM

$0.00

A

1

1,050

$1.233

0.00

$0.00

A

1

625

$1.233

1.00

$51.46

A

1

E

1

395

$1.233

$0.00

$0.00

E

1

E

1

$0.00

$0.00

A

1

625

$1.233

1.00

$51.46

E

$0.00

1

E

$0.00

1

215 UNIT B CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937 WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1299 0973203

3122X36-MCC-UNIT-B

KELSAY, CONNIE S

M

215 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1300 0973203

3122X36-MCC-UNIT-B

RAYHILL, RITA

M

215 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1301 0973204

3122X36-MCC-UNIT-C

RAYHILL, RITA E

P

215 UNIT C CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1302 0973204

3122X36-MCC-UNIT-C

RAYHILL, RITA E

M

215 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1303 0973205

3122X36-MCC-UNIT-D

RAYHILL, RITA

P

215 UNIT D CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1304 0973205

3122X36-MCC-UNIT-D

KELSAY, CONNIE S

P

215 UNIT D CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1305 0973205

3122X36-MCC-UNIT-D

KELSAY, CONNIE S

M

215 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1306 0973205

3122X36-MCC-UNIT-D

RAYHILL, RITA

M

215 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1307 0973206

3122X36-MCC-UNIT-E

GRAY, DARRELL & LAEL

P

215 UNIT E CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1308 0973206

3122X36-MCC-UNIT-E

RAYHILL, RITA

P

215 UNIT E CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1309 0973206

3122X36-MCC-UNIT-E

KELSAY, CONNIE S

P

215 UNIT E CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1310 0973206

3122X36-MCC-UNIT-E

GRAY, DARRELL & LAEL

M

555 LANDMARK LN

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

1311 0973206

3122X36-MCC-UNIT-E

RAYHILL, RITA

M

555 LANDMARK LN

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

1312 0973206

3122X36-MCC-UNIT-E

KELSAY, CONNIE S

M

555 LANDMARK LN

BIGFORK MT 59911

$0.00

1313 0973715

3122X36-TMC-UNIT-1B

MC CREA, THOMAS S & CARLENE D

P

505 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1314 0973715

3122X36-TMC-UNIT-1B

MC CREA, THOMAS S & CARLENE D

M

60 SANDY RIVER WAY

COLUMBIA FALLS MT 59912

WHITEFISH MT 59937 WHITEFISH MT 59937

1317 0973717

3122X36-TMC-UNIT-2B

SVENNUNGSEN, MARK & NANCY

P

201 UNIT 2B CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1318 0973717

3122X36-TMC-UNIT-2B

SVENNUNGSEN, MARK & NANCY

M

1465 LAKEVIEW LN

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1319 0973718

3122X36-TMC-UNIT-2C

SVENNUNGSEN, MARK & NANCY

P

201 UNIT 2C CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1320 0973718

3122X36-TMC-UNIT-2C

SVENNUNGSEN, MARK & NANCY

M

1465 LAKEVIEW LN

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$

69,484

$

92,882

$

58,119

$719.07 $

58,446

$

61,383

$

89,474

$1,584.20 $

61,871

$1,616.26 $

59,870

$1,351.51 $

56,008

$895.04 $

44,046

$2,046.84 $

91,234

$755.73 $

33,353

$1,124.35 $

52,103

$1,288.32 $

63,435

$0.00

215 UNIT B CENTRAL AVE

201 UNIT 2A CENTRAL AVE

55,522

$0.00

P

1465 LAKEVIEW LN

$486.97 $

$0.00

P

P

60,391

$0.00

KELSAY, CONNIE S

M

$719.07 $

$0.00

RAYHILL, RITA

SVENNUNGSEN REVOCABLE TRUST, NANCY

151,778

$0.00

3122X36-MCC-UNIT-B

SVENNUNGSEN REVOCABLE TRUST, NANCY

$1,294.48 $

$0.00

3122X36-MCC-UNIT-B

3122X36-TMC-UNIT-2A

105,322

$0.00

1298 0973203

3122X36-TMC-UNIT-2A

$949.29 $

$0.00

1297 0973203

1316 0973716

AU

$0.00

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1315 0973716

AT

A

1

1,285

$1.233

0.00

$0.00

A

1

1,311

$1.233

0.00

$0.00

A

1

1,138

$1.233

1.00

$51.46

$0.00

$0.00 A

A

1

1

726

1,702

$1.233

$1.233

0.00

1.00

$0.00

$51.46 $0.00

A

1

613

$1.233

0.00

$0.00 $0.00

A

1

912

$1.233

0.00

$0.00 $0.00

A

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1

1,045

$1.233

0.00

$0.00 $0.00

AV

A

B

E

F

G

H

1321 0974096

3122X36-ODC-UNIT-1B

GILFILLAN, THOMAS G

P

240 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1322 0974096

3122X36-ODC-UNIT-1B

GILFILLAN, THOMAS G

M

355 TWIN BRIDGES

WHITEFISH MT 59937

I

J

K

P

A

R

Z

1

AG

3,750

AH

$1.233

AK

4.00

AM

$205.84

AT

AU

$4,417.32 $

228,377

$3,328.67 $

93,755

$2,662.94 $

148,960

$

204,159

$

57,285

$3,124.66 $

124,974

$752.67 $

99,321

$7,448.24 $

403,182

$1,313.69 $

341,110

$2,173.50 $

250,959

$2,662.94 $

210,184

$55.30 $

209,774

$316.57 $

180,668

$28,792.11 $

1,351,564

$0.00

1323 0974097

3122X36-ODC-UNIT-1C

JOHNSON, LANI K

P

242 CENTRAL

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1324 0974097

3122X36-ODC-UNIT-1C

JOHNSON, LANI K

M

440 E 3RD ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

1

2,700

$1.233

0.00

$0.00

1325 0974098

3122X36-ODC-UNIT-1D

SCOTT, TOBY

P

420 E 3RD ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1326 0974098

3122X36-ODC-UNIT-1D

SCOTT, TOBY

M

PO BOX 367

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1327 0974099

3122X36-ODC-UNIT-2A

SEYMOUR, ANNE CLINTON

P

430 E 3RD ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1328 0974099

3122X36-ODC-UNIT-2A

SEYMOUR, ANNE CLINTON

M

430 E 3RD ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1329 0974241

3122X36-ROP-UNIT7

J G S CORPORATION

P

100 UNIT 7 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1330 0974241

3122X36-ROP-UNIT7

J G S CORPORATION

M

100 2ND ST E

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1331 0975008

3122X36-WHT-14-S17-BLK42

OSTREM, CHRISTIAN

P

238 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1332 0975008

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK42

OSTREM, CHRISTIAN

P

$0.00

1333 0975008

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK42

OSTREM, CHRISTIAN

P

$0.00

1334 0975008

3122X36-WHT-14-S17-BLK42

OSTREM, CHRISTIAN

M

238 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1335 0975008

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK42

OSTREM, CHRISTIAN

M

238 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1336 0975008

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK42

OSTREM, CHRISTIAN

M

238 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

443 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00 A

1

2,160

$1.233

0.00

$0.00 $0.00

E

1

E

2

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

A

A

1

2

2,618

1,388

$1.233

$0.616

2.00

2.00

$102.92

1337 0975278

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK61

ADAMS, RICHARD A & LORI P

P

1338 0975278

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK61

ADAMS, RICHARD A & LORI P

P

$102.92

1339 0975278

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK61

ADAMS, RICHARD A & LORI P

M

550 STOVEPIPE RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1340 0975278

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK61

ADAMS, RICHARD A & LORI P

M

550 STOVEPIPE RD

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

$0.00

1341 0975491

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK45

SCHOTT, SANDRA

P

235 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1342 0975491

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK45

SCHOTT, SANDRA

M

AD% VELVET ANDERSON

121 JOHNSON LN

A

1

6,125

$1.233

2.00

$102.92

1343 0975865

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK51

335 SPOKANE AVENUE ASSOCIATES LLC

P

335 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1344 0975865

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK51

335 SPOKANE AVENUE ASSOCIATES LLC

P

1345 0975865

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK51

335 SPOKANE AVENUE ASSOCIATES LLC

M

335 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1346 0975865

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK51

335 SPOKANE AVENUE ASSOCIATES LLC

M

335 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1347 0975888

3122X36-WT8-2

MAETZOLD FAMILY TRUST

P

516 E 3RD ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1348 0975888

3122X36-WT8-2

MAETZOLD FAMILY TRUST

M

535 KARROW AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1349 0976968

3122X36-WHT-24-W88-BLK53

REBMANN FAMILY TRUST, THEODORE A & MARILYN W

P

305 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1350 0976968

3122X36-WHT-23-W88-BLK53

REBMANN FAMILY TRUST, THEODORE A & MARILYN W

P

1351 0976968

3122X36-WHT-23-W88-BLK53

REBMANN FAMILY TRUST, THEODORE A & MARILYN W

M

2285 HOUSTON POINT DR

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1352 0976968

3122X36-WHT-24-W88-BLK53

REBMANN FAMILY TRUST, THEODORE A & MARILYN W

M

2285 HOUSTON POINT DR

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1353 0977414

3122X36-WHT-12-EXN7INCHES-BLK28O'SHAUGHNESSY, LAWRENCE P

P

33 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1354 0977414

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK28

O'SHAUGHNESSY, LAWRENCE P

P

1355 0977414

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK28

O'SHAUGHNESSY, LAWRENCE P

M

AD% GARY WESTEEN/EP-MNS14

Attn:US BANK TRUST

101 E 5TH ST

ST PAUL MN 55101

$0.00

1356 0977414

3122X36-WHT-12-EXN7INCHES-BLK28

O'SHAUGHNESSY, LAWRENCE P

M

AD% GARY WESTEEN/EP-MNS14

Attn:US BANK TRUST

101 E 5TH ST

ST PAUL MN 55101

$0.00

1357 0977458

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK62

LUDERMAN, GERALD E & BETTY J

P

411 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1358 0977458

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK62

LUDERMAN, GERALD E & BETTY J

M

132 W 4TH ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

130 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

KALISPELL MT 59901

A

2

2,799

$0.616

8.00

$411.67 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

A

1

1,763

$1.233

0.00

$0.00 $0.00

A

1

2,160

$1.233

0.00

$0.00 $0.00

A

1

504

$1.233

11.00

$566.05 $0.00

A

2

764

$0.616

3.00

$154.38 $0.00

1359 0977676

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK36

YOMR LLC

P

1360 0977676

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK36

YOMR LLC

P

A

$0.00

1361 0977676

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK36

YOMR LLC

P

$0.00

1362 0977676

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK36

YOMR LLC

M

PO BOX 4157

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1363 0977676

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK36

YOMR LLC

M

PO BOX 4157

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1364 0977676

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK36

YOMR LLC

M

PO BOX 4157

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

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1

23,396

$1.233

1.00

$51.46

AV

A

B

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

P

A

R

Z

P

241 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1366 0977771

3122X36-VSC-UNIT-2

JUST REVOCABLE TRUST, CYNTHIA D

P

241 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1367 0977771

3122X36-VSC-UNIT-2

ISLEY REVOCABLE TRUST, STEPHEN L

M

PO BOX 1984

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1368 0977771

3122X36-VSC-UNIT-2

JUST REVOCABLE TRUST, CYNTHIA D

M

PO BOX 1984

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1369 0977772

3122X36-VSC-UNIT-3

ISLEY REVOCABLE TRUST, STEPHEN L

P

510 E 3RD ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1370 0977772

3122X36-VSC-UNIT-3

JUST REVOCABLE TRUST, CYNTHIA D

P

510 E 3RD ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1371 0977772

3122X36-VSC-UNIT-3

ISLEY REVOCABLE TRUST, STEPHEN L

M

PO BOX 1984

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1372 0977772

3122X36-VSC-UNIT-3

JUST REVOCABLE TRUST, CYNTHIA D

M

PO BOX 1984

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1373 0977773

3122X36-VSC-UNIT-4

MAETZOLD FAMILY TRUST

P

514 E 3RD ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1374 0977773

3122X36-VSC-UNIT-4

MAETZOLD FAMILY TRUST

M

535 KARROW AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1375 0977779

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK28

BALD EAGLE PARTNERSHIP

P

20 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1376 0977779

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK28

BALD EAGLE PARTNERSHIP

P

1377 0977779

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK28

BALD EAGLE PARTNERSHIP

M

20 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1378 0977779

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK28

BALD EAGLE PARTNERSHIP

M

20 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1379 0978374

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK51

307 SPOKANE RENTAL LLC

P

307 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1380 0978374

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK51

307 SPOKANE RENTAL LLC

P

$0.00

1381 0978374

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK51

307 SPOKANE RENTAL LLC

P

$0.00

1382 0978374

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK51

307 SPOKANE RENTAL LLC

P

$0.00

1383 0978374

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK51

307 SPOKANE RENTAL LLC

P

$0.00

1384 0978374

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK51

307 SPOKANE RENTAL LLC

M

$1.233

0.00

AM

ISLEY REVOCABLE TRUST, STEPHEN L

780

$1.233

AK

3122X36-VSC-UNIT-2

1

737

AH

1365 0977771

A

1

AG

0.00

$0.00

$0.00

AT

AU

$908.60 $

100,490

$961.62 $

78,334

$1,309.28 $

124,157

$3,970.81 $

286,898

$8,722.92 $

1,734,772

$

380,953

$

966,408

$

148,434

$14,867.22 $

1,033,710

$2,835.54 $

274,607

$3,243.98 $

280,464

$1,354.14 $

157,476

AV

$0.00 A

1

1,062

$1.233

0.00

$0.00 $0.00

A

1

3,680

$1.233

11.00

$566.05 $0.00

P.O. BOX 1398

A

2

15,904

$0.616

21.00

$1,080.64

$0.00

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1385 0978374

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK51

307 SPOKANE RENTAL LLC

M

P.O. BOX 1398

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1386 0978374

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK51

307 SPOKANE RENTAL LLC

M

P.O. BOX 1398

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1387 0978374

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK51

307 SPOKANE RENTAL LLC

M

P.O. BOX 1398

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1388 0978374

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK51

307 SPOKANE RENTAL LLC

M

P.O. BOX 1398

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1389 0979351

3122X36-DES-3

B N LEASING CORPORATION

P

1390 0979351

3122X36-DES-3

B N LEASING CORPORATION

M

AD% PROPERTY TAX DEPT

PO BOX 961089

1391 0979352

3122X36-DEU-1-100

B N LEASING CORPORATION

P

400 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1392 0979352

3122X36-DEU-1

B N LEASING CORPORATION

P

1393 0979352

3122X36-DEU-1

B N LEASING CORPORATION

M

AD% PROPERTY TAX DEPT

PO BOX 961089

FORT WORTH TX 76161

1394 0979352

3122X36-DEU-1-100

B N LEASING CORPORATION

M

AD% PROPERTY TAX DEPT

PO BOX 961089

FORT WORTH TX 76161

1395 0980186

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK44

EMMERT REV TRUST, ZONDA KAY

P

206 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1396 0980186

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK44

EMMERT REV TRUST, ZONDA KAY

M

237 BRIDGER DR

BIGFORK MT 59911

1397 0980187

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK44

EMMERT REV TRUST, ZONDA KAY

P

208 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1398 0980187

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK44

EMMERT REV TRUST, ZONDA KAY

M

237 BRIDGER DR

BIGFORK MT 59911

E

1

$0.00

E

1

$0.00

$0.00

FORT WORTH TX 76161

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 E

$0.00

1

$0.00 A

1

12,268

$1.233

5.00

$257.29 $0.00

1399 0980771

3122X36-BAF-UNIT1

TALLENT, TAMMY & GARRY

P

235 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1400 0980771

3122X36-BAF-UNIT1-COMMONAREA

TALLENT, TAMMY & GARRY

P

233 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

$0.00

1401 0980771

3122X36-BAF-UNIT1

TALLENT, TAMMY & GARRY

M

6477 US HIGHWAY 93 S #520

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1402 0980771

3122X36-BAF-UNIT1-COMMONAREA

TALLENT, TAMMY & GARRY

M

6477 US HIGHWAY 93 S #520

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1403 0980772

3122X36-BAF-UNIT2-COMMONAREA

FLATHEAD INDUSTRIES FOR THE HANDICAPPED

P

223 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1404 0980772

3122X36-BAF-UNIT2-COMMONAREA

FLATHEAD INDUSTRIES FOR THE HANDICAPPED

M

PO BOX 1916

KALISPELL MT 59903

$0.00

1405 0980772

3122X36-BAF-UNIT2

FLATHEAD INDUSTRIES FOR THE HANDICAPPED

M

PO BOX 1916

KALISPELL MT 59903

$0.00

1406 0980772

3122X36-BAF-UNIT2-COMMONAREA

FLATHEAD INDUSTRIES FOR THE HANDICAPPED

P

223 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1407 0980913

3122X36-BAF-UNIT2

KNOT DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT LLC

M

PO BOX 5181

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1408 0980913

3122X36-LFA-UNIT-B

KNOT DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT LLC

P

116 UNIT B LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

1

1

2,300

2,840

$1.233

$1.233

0.00

5.00

$0.00

$257.29 $0.00

A

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 178 of 484

1

1,161

$1.233

1.50

$77.19

$

2,155.16

A

B

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

P

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

1409 0981980

3122X36-LFA-UNIT-B

GREAT NORTHERN BREWERY COMPANY

P

2 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1410 0981980

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK27

GREAT NORTHERN BREWERY COMPANY

M

2 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1411 0981980

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK27

GREAT NORTHERN BREWERY COMPANY

M

2 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1412 0981980

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK27

GREAT NORTHERN BREWERY COMPANY

P

2 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1413 0982130

3122X36-ZMU-UNIT-A2

PASLAWSKY, ANDREW

M

PO BOX 4592

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1414 0982130

3122X36-ZMU-UNIT-A2

PASLAWSKY, ANDREW

P

144 UNIT 100 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1415 0982131

3122X36-ZMU-UNIT-B1

HANGER, ROBERT

M

144 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1416 0982131

3122X36-ZMU-UNIT-B1

HANGER, ROBERT

M

144 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1417 0982131

3122X36-ZMU-UNIT-B1

SULLIVAN, BRIAN

P

144 UNIT 201 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1418 0982132

3122X36-ZMU-UNIT-B1

RHODES, DOUGLAS

M

PO BOX 1646

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1419 0982132

3122X36-ZMU-UNIT-B2

RHODES, DOUGLAS

P

144 UNIT 200 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1420 E000125

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

P

1421 E000125

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

M

8055 E TUFTS AVE PKY

STE 400

DENVER CO 80237

$0.00

1422 E000125

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

M

8055 E TUFTS AVE PKY

STE 400

DENVER CO 80237

$0.00

1423 E000125

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

P

1424 E000315

3122X36-DSA-1

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

1425 E000315

3122X36-DSA-1

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

121 E 2ND ST

1426 E000327

3122X36-WHT-4-5-ABDALLEY-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

1427 E000327

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

1428 E000327

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

AT

AU

$0.00 A

1

9,332

$1.233

1.00

$51.46

$11,453.42 $

1,050,124

$146.99 $

77,048

$322.67 $

152,763

$0.00 A

2

266

$0.616

0.33

$16.98 $0.00 $0.00

A

2

551

$0.616

0.33

$16.98 $0.00

A

2

255

$0.616

0.33

$16.98

$140.21

$0.00

E

$0.00

1

$

176,370

$0.00

WHITEFISH MT 59937

E

2

A

2

4,400

$0.616

20.00

$0.00

$

490,063

$1,029.18

$1,683.07 $

348,399

$0.00 PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1429 E000327

3122X36-WHT-4-5-ABDALLEY-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1430 E000327

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1431 E000327

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

121 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

$

171,643

1432 E000345

3122X36-WHT-IMP1348ON5BLK41

FLATHEAD COUNTY

P

121 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$1,029.18

$4,395.33 $

91,739

1433 E000345

3122X36-WHT-IMP1348ON5BLK41

FLATHEAD COUNTY

M

AD%GOLDEN AGERS

121 2ND ST

$0.00

$

91,739

1434 E000616

3122X36-WHT-5-W40-BLK35

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1435 E000616

3122X36-WHT-5-W40-BLK35

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1436 E000616

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK35

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1437 E000616

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK35

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1438 E000616

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK35

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1439 E000616

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK35

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

118 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$

184,966

1440 E000714

3122X36-WHT-5-EXW40-BLK35

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1441 E000714

3122X36-WHT-5-EXW40-BLK35

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

540 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$

139,838

1442 E001112

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK35

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1443 E001112

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK35

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1444 E001112

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK35

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1445 E001112

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK35

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1446 E001112

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK35

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1447 E001112

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK35

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1448 E001112

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK35

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1449 E001112

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK35

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

121 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1450 E001243

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

ROW RIVERSIDE PARK

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1451 E001243

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

P.O. BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$

2

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

510 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1452 E001244

3122X36-WHT-IMP1348ON5BLK41

AV

A

1

WHITEFISH MT 59937

4,400

$1.233

20.00

$0.00

$0.00 $0.00 E

1

$0.00 $0.00

E

E

1

2

$0.00

$0.00 $0.00

E

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 179 of 484

2

$0.00 $0.00

$

7,984.75

$

57.17

A

B

E

F

G

H

1453 E001244

3122X36-DSA-2

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1454 E001244

3122X36-DSA-2

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

504 RAILWAY ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

I

J

K

P

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

AU

$0.00 A

1

2,386

$1.233

11.00

A

1

1,348

$1.233

0.00

$566.05

1455 E001265

3122X36-DSA-2

STATE OF MONTANA

M

PO BOX 201601

HELENA MT 59620

1456 E001265

3122X36-LFT-1

STATE OF MONTANA

P

140 LUPFER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1457 E001274

3122X36-WHT-8-TRA-BLK37

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1458 E001274

3122X36-WHT-11-TRA-BLK46

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1459 E001274

3122X36-WHT-1TRA-BLK43

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1460 E001274

3122X36-WHT-11-TRA-BLK46

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1461 E001274

3122X36-WHT-8-TRA-BLK37

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1462 E001274

3122X36-WHT-1TRA-BLK43

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

BAKER AND 2ND

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1463 E001341

BLK 58, LT 9-18

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

119 E 2ND STREET

1464 E025065

3122X36-WHT-13-S50-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

1465 E025065

3122X36-WHT-13-S50-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

119 E 2ND STREET

1466 E025100

3122X36-WHT-9-NWPT-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1467 E025100

3122X36-WHT-10-NWPT-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1468 E025100

3122X36-WHT-13-S191AND3RDST-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1469 E025100

3122X36-WHT-6-ALLEY-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1470 E025100

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1471 E025100

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1472 E025100

3122X36-WHT-8-NWPT-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

AT

$2,375.51 $

891,746

$1,661.87 $

225,414

$

67

$

363,877

$

172,072

$2,541.28 $

451,709

$0.00 $0.00

E

1

$0.00

E

2

$0.00

E

2

$0.00

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1473 E025100

3122X36-WHT-10-NWPT-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1474 E025100

3122X36-WHT-13-S191AND3RDST-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1475 E025100

3122X36-WHT-6-ALLEY-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1476 E025100

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1477 E025100

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1478 E025100

3122X36-WHT-8-NWPT-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

1479 E025100

3122X36-WHT-9-NWPT-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

119 E 2ND STREET

1480 E025550

3122X36-WHT-10-SEPT-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1481 E025550

3122X36-WHT-8-SEPT-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1482 E025550

3122X36-WHT-9-SEPT-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1483 E025550

3122X36-WHT-10-SEPT-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1484 E025550

3122X36-WHT-8-SEPT-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1485 E025550

3122X36-WHT-9-SEPT-BLK41

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

129 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1486 E026495

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK26

LION MOUNTAIN POST NO 276

P

$0.00

1487 E026495

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK26

LION MOUNTAIN POST NO 276

P

$0.00

1488 E026495

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK26

LION MOUNTAIN POST NO 276

P

$0.00

1489 E026495

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK26

LION MOUNTAIN POST NO 276

P

$0.00

1490 E026495

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK26

LION MOUNTAIN POST NO 276

M

AD% V F W

20 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1491 E026495

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK26

LION MOUNTAIN POST NO 276

M

AD% V F W

20 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1492 E026495

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK26

LION MOUNTAIN POST NO 276

M

AD% V F W

20 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1493 E026495

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK26

LION MOUNTAIN POST NO 276

M

AD% V F W

20 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1494 E026495

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK26

LION MOUNTAIN POST NO 276

M

AD% V F W

20 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1495 E026495

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK26

LION MOUNTAIN POST NO 276

M

AD% V F W

20 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1496 E026495

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK26

LION MOUNTAIN POST NO 276

P

20 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

E

E

A

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$0.00

2

$0.00

1

1

3,397

$1.233

32.00

$1,646.68

AV

A

B

E

F

G

H

I

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R

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AG

AH

AK

AM

1497 E027150

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK26

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

P

$0.00

1498 E027150

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK52

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

P

$0.00

1499 E027150

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK52

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

M

AD% BUSINESS ADMINISTR

301 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1500 E027150

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK52

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

M

AD% BUSINESS ADMINISTR

301 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1501 E027150

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK52

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

M

AD% BUSINESS ADMINISTR

301 CENTRAL AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1502 E027150

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK52

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

P

301 CENTRAL AVE

1503 E027200

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK43

ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP OF HELENA

M

PO BOX 1729

1504 E027200

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK43

ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP OF HELENA

P

230 BAKER AVE

1505 E027250

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK43

ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP OF HELENA

M

PO BOX 1729

1506 E027250

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK43

ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP OF HELENA

P

230 BAKER AVE

1507 E027300

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK43

ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP

P

$0.00

1508 E027300

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK43

ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP

P

$0.00

1509 E027300

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK43

ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP

P

$0.00

1510 E027300

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK43

ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP

M

PO BOX 1729

HELENA MT 59624

$0.00

1511 E027300

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK43

ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP

M

PO BOX 1729

HELENA MT 59624

$0.00

1512 E027300

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK43

ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP

M

PO BOX 1729

HELENA MT 59624

$0.00

1513 E027300

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK43

ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP

M

PO BOX 1729

HELENA MT 59624

$0.00

1514 E027300

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK43

ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP

M

PO BOX 1729

HELENA MT 59624

$0.00

1515 E027300

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK43

ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP

P

230 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1516 E027301

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK54

ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP

P

1517 E027301

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK54

ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP

M

PO BOX 1729

HELENA MT 59601

$0.00

1518 E027301

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK54

ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP

M

PO BOX 1729

HELENA MT 59601

$0.00

1519 E027301

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK54

ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP

P

319 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1520 E027350

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

P

$0.00

1521 E027350

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

P

$0.00

1522 E027350

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

P

$0.00

1523 E027350

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

P

$0.00

1524 E027350

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

P

$0.00

1525 E027350

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

P

$0.00

1526 E027350

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

P

$0.00

1527 E027350

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

P

$0.00

1528 E027350

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

P

$0.00

1529 E027350

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

P

$0.00

1530 E027350

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

P

$0.00

1531 E027350

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

P

1532 E027350

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

P

1533 E027350

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

P

$0.00

1534 E027350

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

P

$0.00

1535 E027350

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

P

$0.00

1536 E027350

3122X36-WHT-25-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

P

$0.00

1537 E027350

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

P

$0.00

1538 E027350

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

P

$0.00

1539 E027350

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

P

$0.00

1540 E027350

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

P

$0.00

A

1

E

1

7,226

$1.233

0.00

$0.00

AT

AU

$8,908.52 $

316,553

$

148,434

$

148,434

$11,264.58 $

261,010

$

65,256

$0.00

HELENA MT 59624

$0.00 $0.00

HELENA MT 59624

E

A

$0.00

1

1

9,471

$1.233

8.00

$411.67 $0.00

E

1

$0.00

$0.00 600 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

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AV

A

B

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

P

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

1541 E027350

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

P

$0.00

1542 E027350

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

P

$0.00

1543 E027350

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

M

600 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1544 E027350

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

M

600 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1545 E027350

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

M

600 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1546 E027350

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

M

600 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1547 E027350

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

M

600 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1548 E027350

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

M

600 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1549 E027350

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

M

600 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1550 E027350

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

M

600 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1551 E027350

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

M

600 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1552 E027350

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

M

600 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1553 E027350

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

M

600 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1554 E027350

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

M

600 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1555 E027350

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

M

600 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1556 E027350

3122X36-WHT-21-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

M

600 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1557 E027350

3122X36-WHT-22-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

M

600 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1558 E027350

3122X36-WHT-23-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

M

600 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1559 E027350

3122X36-WHT-24-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

M

600 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1560 E027350

3122X36-WHT-25-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

M

600 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1561 E027350

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

M

600 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1562 E027350

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

M

600 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1563 E027350

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

M

600 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1564 E027350

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

M

600 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1565 E027350

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

M

600 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1566 E027350

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

M

600 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1567 E027350

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

M

600 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1568 E027350

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK34

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

P

1569 E027470

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

P

1570 E027470

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

M

8055 E TUFTS AVE PKWY

4TH FLOOR

DENVER CO 80237

$0.00

1571 E027470

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

M

8055 E TUFTS AVE PKWY

4TH FLOOR

DENVER CO 80237

$0.00

1572 E027470

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

P

424 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1573 E027471

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

P

$0.00

1574 E027471

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

P

$0.00

1575 E027471

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

P

1576 E027471

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

M

8055 E TUFTS AVE PKWY

4TH FLOOR

DENVER CO 80237

$0.00

1577 E027471

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

M

8055 E TUFTS AVE PKWY

4TH FLOOR

DENVER CO 80237

$0.00

1578 E027471

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

M

8055 E TUFTS AVE PKWY

4TH FLOOR

DENVER CO 80237

$0.00

1579 E027471

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

M

8055 E TUFTS AVE PKWY

4TH FLOOR

DENVER CO 80237

1580 E027471

3122X36-WHT-6-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

P

1581 E027472

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

P

$0.00

1582 E027472

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

P

$0.00

1583 E027472

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

P

$0.00

1584 E027472

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

M

A

2

125,640

$0.616

29.00

$1,492.31 $0.00

E

2

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00 E

8055 E TUFTS AVE PKWY

4TH FLOOR

DENVER CO 80237

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 182 of 484

2

$0.00

$0.00

AT

$75,954.83

AU

AV

A

B

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

P

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

1585 E027472

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

M

8055 E TUFTS AVE PKWY

4TH FLOOR

DENVER CO 80237

$0.00

1586 E027472

3122X36-WHT-7-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

M

8055 E TUFTS AVE PKWY

4TH FLOOR

DENVER CO 80237

$0.00

1587 E027472

3122X36-WHT-8-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

M

8055 E TUFTS AVE PKWY

4TH FLOOR

DENVER CO 80237

1588 E027472

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

P

1589 E027473

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

P

$0.00

1590 E027473

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

P

$0.00

1591 E027473

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

P

$0.00

1592 E027473

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

P

$0.00

1593 E027473

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

P

$0.00

1594 E027473

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

M

424 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1595 E027473

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

M

424 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1596 E027473

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

M

424 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1597 E027473

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

M

424 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1598 E027473

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

M

424 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1599 E027473

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

M

424 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1600 E027473

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK59

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

P

424 BAKER AVE

1601 E027600

3122X36-WHT-13-ABD3RDSTN-BLK56

WHITEFISH HOUSING AUTHORITY

M

100 4TH ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1602 E027600

3122X36-WHT-13-ABD3RDSTN-BLK56

WHITEFISH HOUSING AUTHORITY

M

100 4TH ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1603 E027600

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK56

WHITEFISH HOUSING AUTHORITY

P

100 E 4TH ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1604 E027600

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK56

WHITEFISH HOUSING AUTHORITY

M

100 E 4TH ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1605 E038022

3122X36-WHT-1-TRA-BLK45

STATE OF MONTANA HWY DEPT

M

2701 PROSPECT AVE

HELENA MT 59601

1606 E038022

3122X36-WHT-1-TRA-BLK45

STATE OF MONTANA HWY DEPT

P

HWY 93 - 2ND ST AND SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

E

1

1607 E038115

3122X36-DEV-1

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

9 SPOKANE AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

2

1608 E038115

3122X36-DEV-1

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1609 E038115

3122X36-DEV-1-100

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1610 E038115

3122X36-DEV-1-100

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1611 E038115

3122X36-DEV-1

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1612 E038115

3122X36-DEV-1

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1613 E038115

3122X36-DEV-1-100

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1614 E038115

3122X36-DEV-1-100

SCHOOL DISTRICT 44

P

421 E 3RD ST

1615 E038199

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK53

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1616 E038199

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK53

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1617 E038199

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK53

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1618 E038199

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK53

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

AU

$0.00 E

PO BOX 158

AT

E

A

$0.00

2

$0.00

2

2

48,000

$0.616

35.00

$1,801.06

$27,787.15

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 9,677

$0.616

27.00

$1,389.39

$4,575.72 $

432,665

$

232,242

$

58,101

$

64,017

$0.00

$0.00

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1619 E038199

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK53

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1620 E038199

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK53

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1621 E038199

3122X36-WHT-3-BLK53

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

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WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1622 E038199

3122X36-WHT-4-BLK53

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

421 E 3RD ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

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3122X36-WHT-5-BLK53

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

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3122X36-WHT-5-BLK53

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

2ND AND SPOKANE

1625 E038476

3122X36-WHT-2-BLK35

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1626 E038476

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK35

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1627 E038476

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK35

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

$0.00

1628 E038476

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK35

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

E

1

$0.00

E

1

$0.00

$0.00

E

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1

$0.00

AV

A

B

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

P

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

1629 E038476

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK35

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1630 E038476

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK35

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1631 E038476

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK35

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1632 E038476

3122X36-WHT-12-BLK35

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1633 E038476

3122X36-WHT-1-BLK35

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

$0.00

1634 E038795

3122X36-WHT-15-BLK36

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

1635 E038795

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK36

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1636 E038795

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK36

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1637 E038795

3122X36-WHT-14-BLK36

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

418 E. 2ND ST

1638 E038906

3122X36-WHT-13-BLK36

CITY OF WHITEFISH

M

PO BOX 158

WHITEFISH MT 59937

1639 E038906

3122X36-DEU-2

CITY OF WHITEFISH

P

1 CENTRAL AVE

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600 E 2ND ST

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P

600 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

AT

AU

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 A

1

13,520

$1.233

15.00

$771.88

A

1

E

2

15,914

$1.233

16.00

$823.34

$18,796.11 $

400,573

$

702,451

$2,958.28 $

3,806,456

$0.00 $0.00

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK45

CENTURYLINK INC

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Attn:CHRIS STANFIELD

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OVERLAND PARK KS 66207

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3122X36-WHT-4-BLK45

CENTURYLINK INC

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Attn:CHRIS STANFIELD

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1644 S003737

3122X36-WHT-5-BLK45

CENTURYLINK INC

P

527 E 2ND ST

WHITEFISH MT 59937

A

1

2,650

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6.00

$308.75

1645

1646

1647

1648

1649

$0.00

1650

$0.00

1651

$0.00

1652

$0.00

1653

$0.00

1654

$0.00

1655

$0.00

1656

$0.00

1657

$0.00 $0.00

1658

1659

3122X36-OLE-COMMONAREA

P

E

$0.00

1660

3122X36-BRL-COMMONAREA

P

E

$0.00

1661

3122X36-BRL-COMMONAREA-100

P

E

$0.00

1662

3122X36-CO9-COMMONAREA

P

E

$0.00

1663

3122X36-LFA-COMMONAREA

P

E

$0.00

1664

3122X36-LUP-COMMONAREA

P

E

$0.00

1665

3122X36-MCC-COMMONAREA

P

E

$0.00

1666

3122X36-ODC-COMMONAREA

P

E

$0.00

1667

3122X36-RHC-UNIT-COMMONAREA

P

E

$0.00

1668

3122X36-ROP-COMMONAREA

P

E

$0.00

1669

3122X36-ROP-COMMONAREA-100

P

125 1/2 MILES AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

E

$0.00

1670

3122X36-ROP-COMMONAREA-100

P

125 MILES AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

E

$0.00

1671

3122X36-SPE-COMMONAREA

P

E

$0.00

1672

3122X36-TMC-COMMONAREA

P

E

$0.00

WHITEFISH MT 59937

548,721

$0.00

1642 S003737

215 1/2 CENTRAL AVE

$15,896.15 $

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 184 of 484

AV

A

B

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

P

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

1673

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK58-CITYWFSH

P

E

$0.00

1674

3122X36-WHT-11-BLK58-CITYWFSH

P

E

$0.00

1675

3122X36-WHT-13-ABD3RDSTN-BLK41

P

E

2

$0.00

1676

3122X36-WHT-13-N109-BLK41

P

E

2

$0.00

1677

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK36

P

E

1

$0.00

1678

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK36-CITY

P

E

1

$0.00

1679

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK36

P

E

1

$0.00

1680

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK36

P

E

1

$0.00

1681

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK36

P

E

1

$0.00

1682

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK58

P

E

$0.00

1683

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-36

P

E

$0.00

1684

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK24

P

E

$0.00

1685

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK32

P

E

$0.00

1686

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK33

P

E

$0.00

1687

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK34

P

E

$0.00

1688

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK35

P

E

$0.00

1689

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK37

P

E

$0.00

1690

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK38

P

E

$0.00

1691

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK39

P

E

$0.00

1692

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK41

P

E

$0.00

1693

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK42

P

E

$0.00

1694

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK43

P

E

$0.00

1695

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK44

P

E

$0.00

1696

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK45

P

E

$0.00

1697

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK46

P

E

$0.00

1698

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK47

P

E

$0.00

1699

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK50

P

E

$0.00

1700

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK51

P

E

$0.00

1701

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK52

P

E

$0.00

1702

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK53

P

E

$0.00

1703

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK54

P

E

$0.00

1704

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK55

P

E

$0.00

1705

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK56

P

E

$0.00

1706

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK58

P

E

$0.00

1707

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK59

P

E

$0.00

1708

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK60

P

E

$0.00

1709

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK61

P

E

$0.00

1710

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK62

P

E

$0.00

1711

3122X36-ZMU-COMMONAREA

P

E

2

$0.00

1712

3122X36-ZNA-COMMONAREA

P

E

2

$0.00

1713

3122X36-OLE-COMMONAREA

E

$0.00

1714

3122X36-BRL-COMMONAREA

E

$0.00

1715

3122X36-BRL-COMMONAREA-100

E

$0.00

1716

3122X36-CO9-COMMONAREA

E

$0.00

402 E 2ND ST

131 BAKER AVE

WHITEFISH MT 59937

WHITEFISH MT 59937

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 185 of 484

AT

AU

AV

A

B

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

P

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

1717

3122X36-LFA-COMMONAREA

E

$0.00

1718

3122X36-LUP-COMMONAREA

E

$0.00

1719

3122X36-MCC-COMMONAREA

E

$0.00

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3122X36-ODC-COMMONAREA

E

$0.00

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3122X36-RHC-UNIT-COMMONAREA

E

$0.00

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3122X36-ROP-COMMONAREA

E

$0.00

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3122X36-ROP-COMMONAREA-100

E

$0.00

1724

3122X36-SPE-COMMONAREA

E

$0.00

1725

3122X36-TMC-COMMONAREA

E

$0.00

1726

3122X36-WHT-10-BLK58-CITYWFSH

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$0.00

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3122X36-WHT-11-BLK58-CITYWFSH

E

$0.00

1728

3122X36-WHT-13-ABD3RDSTN-BLK41

E

2

$0.00

1729

3122X36-WHT-13-N109-BLK41

E

2

$0.00

1730

3122X36-WHT-16-BLK36

E

1

$0.00

1731

3122X36-WHT-17-BLK36-CITY

E

1

$0.00

1732

3122X36-WHT-18-BLK36

E

1

$0.00

1733

3122X36-WHT-19-BLK36

E

1

$0.00

1734

3122X36-WHT-20-BLK36

E

1

$0.00

1735

3122X36-WHT-9-BLK58

E

$0.00

1736

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-36

E

$0.00

1737

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK24

E

$0.00

1738

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK32

E

$0.00

1739

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK33

E

$0.00

1740

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK34

E

$0.00

1741

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK35

E

$0.00

1742

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK37

E

$0.00

1743

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK38

E

$0.00

1744

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK39

E

$0.00

1745

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK41

E

$0.00

1746

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK42

E

$0.00

1747

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK43

E

$0.00

1748

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK44

E

$0.00

1749

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK45

E

$0.00

1750

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK46

E

$0.00

1751

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK47

E

$0.00

1752

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK50

E

$0.00

1753

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK51

E

$0.00

1754

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK52

E

$0.00

1755

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK53

E

$0.00

1756

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK54

E

$0.00

1757

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK55

E

$0.00

1758

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK56

E

$0.00

1759

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK58

E

$0.00

1760

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK59

E

$0.00

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 186 of 484

AT

AU

AV

A

B

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

P

R

Z

AG

AH

AK

AM

1761

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK60

E

$0.00

1762

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK61

E

$0.00

1763

3122X36-WHT-ALLEY-BLK62

E

1764

3122X36-ZMU-COMMONAREA

E

2

$0.00

1765

3122X36-ZNA-COMMONAREA

E

2

$0.00 $0.00

1767

$50,000.00

1768 Totals

Count for A's

Count of Assessed "A" =

194

1769

Counts for E's

Count of Exempt "E" =

297

1770

Total County of properties

Total Count of properties =

491

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 187 of 484

AU

AV

$0.00

1766

1771

AT

902,480

971.65

$50,000.00

$880,000.02 $880,000.00 $ 101,481,029.00

$

19,604.18

$

57.17

EXHIBIT D Cost Estimates SID Bond Proceeds to Parking Structure Issuance Costs (including underwriter’s discount, if any) Revolving Fund Contribution Admin Fees (3% of principal) Contingency Total of SID Bond

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 188 of 484

$750,000.00 57,320.00 44,000.00 26,400.00 2,280.00 $880,000.00

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City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 189 of 484

CITY OF WHITEFISH NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AND BUDGET INCREASE FROM PROPERTY TAXES The Whitefish City Council has completed the City's preliminary budget for fiscal year 2016, its final, proposed budget for fiscal year 2016, the appropriations, and tax levy and assessments, which have been placed on file and are open to inspection in the City Clerk's office located at 418 E. 2nd Street. At the regular meeting of the Whitefish City Council to be held on Monday, August 17, 2015, at 7:10 p.m. in the Whitefish City Council Chambers, 402 E. 2nd Street, the City Council will hold a public hearing for the purposes of receiving public input and approving a final budget, making appropriations, fixing the tax levy and assessments, and the intention to budget increased property tax revenue for the following: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9)

approve a final budget for fiscal year 2016; levy and assess property taxes; levy and assess Street Maintenance District No. 1 within the City; levy and assess Special Improvement Lighting Districts No. 1 and No. 4 within the City; levy and assess Parkland and Greenway Maintenance District No. 1 within the City; levy and assess Stormwater Improvement and Maintenance District No. 1 within the City; levy and assess Special Improvement Parking District No. 155 within the City; levy and assess Special Improvement District No. 166 (JP Road); and levy and assess for weed control, collection of utility service charges, and/or removal of snow, ice and other impediments.

The City of Whitefish intends to budget an increase in revenue from property taxation by 2.94% or $81,111, because of the change in the 2015 certified taxable valuation and because of a mill levy increase in order to increase the year-end cash reserves to 12% of appropriations. All concerned persons are invited to attend a public hearing on budgeting the increased property tax revenue to be held as described above. A decision on budgeting the increased property tax revenue will be made after considering comments at this hearing. Individuals, any taxpayer or resident may appear or submit written testimony at the hearings and be heard for or against any part of the final budget for fiscal year 2016, appropriations, tax levy and assessments. Written comments may be delivered or mailed to Necile Lorang, City Clerk, 418 E. 2nd Street, PO Box 158, Whitefish, MT 59937, or emailed to [email protected] Additional information regarding the possible amendments and final budget, property tax revenue, and assessments may be obtained by contacting Dana Smith, Finance Director, 406-863-2405, or visiting the City's website, www.cityofwhitefish.org.

Now changed to 3.85% and $106,187 For publication on August 5 and August 12, 2015, in the Legal Notices Section of the Whitefish Pilot.

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 190 of 484

CITY OF WHITEFISH NOTICE OF BUDGET INCREASE FROM PROPERTY TAXES

The City of Whitefish intends to budget an increase in revenue from property taxation by 2.94% or $81,111, because of the change in the 2015 certified taxable valuation and because of a mill levy increase in order to increase the year-end reserves to 12% of appropriations. All concerned persons are invited to attend a public hearing on budgeting the increased property tax revenue, to be held on August 17, 2015, 7:10 p.m., City Council Chambers, Whitefish City Hall, 402 E. 2nd Street, Whitefish, Montana. A decision on budgeting the increased property tax revenue will be made after considering comments made at this hearing. For further information, please contact Dana Smith, Finance Director, 406-863-2405. Copies of the proposed 2016 fiscal year budget are on file in the City Clerk’s Office, 418 E. 2nd Street, Whitefish, Montana, and on the City's website, www.cityofwhitefish.org.

Now changed to 3.85% and $106,187

For publication as a display ad in a place where legal notices and classified advertisements do not appear on August 5 and August 12, 2015, in the Whitefish Pilot.

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 191 of 484

FISCAL YEAR 2015 - 2016 RESOLUTIONS RESOLUTION NO. 15: Accepting and approving the Municipal Budget for the City of Whitefish for the 2016 Fiscal Year Commencing July 1, 2015, in its final form. RESOLUTION NO. 15: Determining the property tax mills to be levied on all taxable property within the corporate limits of the City of Whitefish; and levying and assessing all special improvement assessments on all real estate within the corporate limits of the City of Whitefish, Montana. RESOLUTION NO. 15: Assessing a tax on each lot or parcel of land in Street Maintenance District as follows: Per lot assessment of $83.00 for residential lots, regardless of size, located within subdivisions that maintain a network of private streets; per lot assessment of $109.50 for residential lots having a frontage of 50 feet or less, and $140.00 for commercial/multi-family lots having a frontage of 50 feet or less; front foot assessment of $2.19 per foot for residential lots in excess of 50 feet, with a maximum assessment of $328.50; or a front foot assessment of $2.80 per front foot for commercial/multi-family lots in excess of 50 feet, with a maximum assessment of $1,120.00. RESOLUTION NO. 15: Levying a tax upon all real estate in Special Improvement Lighting District No. 1 at the rate of $0.20 per front foot in residential area. RESOLUTION NO. 15: Levying a tax upon all real estate in Special Improvement Lighting District No. 4 at the rate of $1.33 per front foot in the business area. RESOLUTION NO. 15-

: Assessing for Parkland and Greenway Maintenance District.

RESOLUTION NO. 15District.

: Assessing for Stormwater Improvement and Maintenance

RESOLUTION NO. 15District No. 155).

: Assessing for parking improvements (Special Improvement

RESOLUTION NO. 15District No. 166).

: Assessing for improvements on JP Road (Special Improvement

RESOLUTION NO. 15: Levying and assessing costs for weed control and removal of snow, ice and other impediments. RESOLUTION NO. 15charges.

: Levying and assessing costs for collection of utility service

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 192 of 484

Return to: Necile Lorang, City Clerk City of Whitefish PO Box 158 Whitefish, MT 59937-0158

RESOLUTION NO. 15-___ A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, accepting and approving the municipal budget for the City of Whitefish for the 2016 fiscal year commencing July 1, 2015, in its final form. WHEREAS, in conformity with the provisions of the Local Government Budget Act, §7-6-4001, et seq., MCA, the City of Whitefish, prepared a preliminary budget for the 2016 fiscal year commencing July 1, 2015; and WHEREAS, at the lawfully noticed public hearing on June 15, 2015, the City Manager's proposed budget was reviewed and approved as the preliminary budget by the Whitefish City Council; and WHEREAS, in order to adopt the 2016 fiscal year final annual budget and increase the amount of ad valorem tax revenue in excess of the property tax revenues of the previous year as allowed by §§7-6-4030 and 15-10-203, MCA, the City scheduled a public hearing before the Whitefish City Council to be held at 7:10 pm on August 17, 2015; and WHEREAS, prior to such hearing, notices of the type required by §§7-6-4021 and 15-10-203, MCA, were published twice in the Whitefish Pilot, on August 5 and August 12, 2015, as required by §7-1-4127, MCA, in the Legal Notices Section, and as required by §15-10-203(2), MCA, advertised in a place where legal notices and classified advertisements do not appear; and WHEREAS, at a lawfully noticed public hearing on August 17, 2015, the Whitefish City Council conducted a hearing for the purpose of adopting the final budget for the 2016 fiscal year with an increase of 3.85 percent or $106,187.00 in property tax revenues because of the change in the 2015 certified taxable valuation and because of a mill levy increase in order to increase the year-end reserves to 12 percent of appropriations, received staff reports, invited public input and considered all written comments received prior to the hearing; and WHEREAS, following the public hearing, the City Council determined it would be in the best interests of the City of Whitefish and its inhabitants to approve the 3.85 percent or $106,187.00 increase in the amount of property tax revenues and adopt the 2016 fiscal year budget.

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 193 of 484

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, as follows: Section 1: The municipal budget for the City of Whitefish, Montana, for the 2016 fiscal year beginning July 1, 2015, as prepared and submitted to the City Council at its August 17, 2015, Council meeting, which budget is incorporated herein as if set forth verbatim, is hereby accepted and adopted as the final municipal budget for the City of Whitefish, Montana, as permitted by §7-6-4030, MCA. Section 2: The City Council hereby authorizes the appropriations contained in the final budget to defray the expenses or liabilities for the 2016 fiscal year. Section 3: The City Council hereby establishes legal spending limits at the level of detail as contained in the final budget. As permitted by §7-6-4031(1), MCA, the City Manager and/or the Finance Section 4: Director are hereby authorized to transfer appropriations between items within the same fund. Section 5: As permitted by §7-6-4031(2), MCA, the City Manager and/or the Finance Director are hereby authorized to amend and adjust the annual budget appropriations throughout the budget period, as necessary, as provided in §§7-6-4006(3) and 7-6-4012, MCA. The City Clerk is hereby directed to certify a copy of this Resolution to the Section 6: County Assessor and the County Clerk and Recorder of Flathead County, Montana, to be collected by the Treasurer, as provided by law. Section 7: The effective date of this Resolution is July 1, 2015, the beginning of the City's 2016 fiscal year, upon its adoption by the City Council, and signing by the Mayor thereof. PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WHITEFISH, MONTANA, ON THIS 17TH DAY OF AUGUST, 2015.

John M. Muhlfeld, Mayor ATTEST:

Necile Lorang, City Clerk

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 194 of 484

CITY OF WHITEFISH MONTANA

Current Architect’s Rendering of the future City Hall

   

   

FISCAL YEAR 2016 ADOPTED BUDGET City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 195 of 484

   

     

Mayor  John Muhlfeld   

City Council  Sarah Fitzgerald  Richard Hildner  Frank Sweeney  Pam Barberis  Andy Feury  Jen Frandsen   

City Manager  Chuck Stearns 

Finance Director  Dana Smith 

Administrative Services Director/City Clerk  Necile Lorang      City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 196 of 484

Table of Contents Table of Contents    

FY 2016 

   

  Overview                

City Manager Budget Message ..........................................................................................................    1    Budget Summary ................................................................................................................................  11  Mill Levy .............................................................................................................................................  12  Organizational Chart ..........................................................................................................................  13 Staffing ...............................................................................................................................................  14 Population ..........................................................................................................................................  16  Debt ....................................................................................................................................................  17  Revenues ............................................................................................................................................  19   Expenditures ......................................................................................................................................  22  

  General Fund                

General Fund Highlights .....................................................................................................................  24  General Fund Revenues .....................................................................................................................  25  Municipal Court .................................................................................................................................  27  Administrative Services ......................................................................................................................  29  Resort Tax Administrative Services ....................................................................................................  33  Legal Services .....................................................................................................................................  33  Community Planning ..........................................................................................................................  35  Community Agencies .........................................................................................................................  37  Cemetery Services ..............................................................................................................................  37  Non‐Departmental .............................................................................................................................  38 

    Library Fund .......................................................................................................................................  40  Law Enforcement and Justice Group   

      

Law Enforcement Fund ......................................................................................................................  43  Victim and Witness Assistance Program Fund ..................................................................................  46 

Fire and Rescue Group Fire and Ambulance Fund ..................................................................................................................  48   

       Building Code and Inspection Fund .............................................................................................  53   

Parks and Property Group      

Parks, Recreation and Community Services Fund .............................................................................  57  Parkland Acquisition and Development Fund ...................................................................................  69  Whitefish Trail Construction Fund .....................................................................................................  71 

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Table of Contents Table of Contents    

FY 2016 

   

      Community Development Group                

Resort Tax Fund .................................................................................................................................  73 Tax Increment District Fund ...............................................................................................................  80  Tax Increment Debt Service Fund ......................................................................................................  83  Impact Fee Fund ................................................................................................................................  85  City Hall/Parking Structure Construction Reserve Fund ....................................................................  87  CDBG/HOME Homebuyers Assistance Fund ......................................................................................  89 Housing Rehabilitation Fund ..............................................................................................................  89  Affordable Housing (Cash‐in‐lieu) Fund .............................................................................................  89 

Public Works            

 

Sidewalk District Fund ........................................................................................................................  92  Residential Lighting District Fund ......................................................................................................  95  Commercial Lighting District Fund .....................................................................................................  96  Street Fund .........................................................................................................................................  97 Stormwater Fund ...............................................................................................................................101  Water Fund ........................................................................................................................................104  Wastewater Fund ...............................................................................................................................108  Solid Waste Fund ...............................................................................................................................112 

Miscellaneous S.I.D. Debt Service Funds  Revolving S.I.D. Fund ..........................................................................................................................116  S.I.D. #166 (JP Road Project) Fund .....................................................................................................117   

 

 

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MEMORANDUM #2015-027

To:

Mayor John Muhlfeld City Councilors

From: Chuck Stearns, City Manager Re:

FY16 Final Budget Message

Date: August 7, 2015

INTRODUCTION The Fiscal Year 2016 (FY16) City of Whitefish Budget provides budget authority for the services and projects the City anticipates during the upcoming fiscal year, which runs from July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016. The City budget contains a total of 25 active, self-balancing funds. “Self-balancing” means that resources equal requirements. Each fund exists to provide segregated accounting for specific activities. This message provides a general description of the budget document and the financial plans for the City for the upcoming fiscal year. FY16 BUDGET MAJOR CHANGES AND ISSUES The FY16 budget was surprisingly difficult to balance. In the preliminary budget, I proposed a property tax mill levy increase of 3.96 mills above and beyond what was needed to offset the effects of the statewide six year reappraisal of property values. However, the final reappraisal effect on our tax base, the value of a mill, was less than the 10% decrease I estimated in the proposed budget. The final value of a mill was $21,340.576 which was only a 6.7% decrease than last year’s mill value of $22,873.171. That less than predicted mill value decrease, coupled with the fact that our June 30, 2015 year-end cash balance (reserves) was $435,831 higher than we predicted for property tax supported funds, meant that, at City Council direction, we were able to reduce the increase of the mill levy from 142.998 mills in the preliminary budget to a mill levy of 134.242 mills in the final budget. While that is still an increase of 13.64 mills or 11.31% over last year’s mill levy, most of that increase is still caused by the 6.7% decrease in the value of a mill caused by reappraisal. •

Regarding the property tax valuation decrease, you can see the effect of the loss of value projected for our tax base in FY16 in the chart below.

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Whitefish % Change in Value 20%

17%

15%

12%

11% 10% 5%

11%

11%

9% 5.3% 3%

4% 2%

1.6%

2.2%

3.5%

0% 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 -5% -6.7% -10% Mill Value Change

This loss of value meant that we had to increase property tax mills by 6.7% just to raise the same amount of property tax revenue as in last year, FY15. To increase property tax revenues by an amount that is typical for our expected rate of growth in the value of a mill ($3.5% to 4%), we had to increase the mill levy rate by another 4.6% (total of 11.31%) to have property tax revenues increase by $106,187 or 3.85%. However, because the mill value did not decrease as much as we estimated in April, we were able to eliminate the proposed tax increase of the additional 3.96 mills. So we can say that our entire mill levy increase of this year, 13.64 mills or 11.31% is caused by and to offset the effects of the six-year reappraisal of property which decreased our tax base by 6.7%. •

The breakdown and summary of the various facets of the property tax increase are shown below – the average house is a $275,000 residential house (assuming it was also valued at $275,000 last year – almost all properties would have gone up or down in value from last year because of the reappraisal):

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Cumulative % Change

$ effect on avg. house

Mills

% Change

Mill levy increase needed because of reappraisal, just to raise the same amount of revenue as last year (FY15)

8.661

7.18%

7.18%

$32.15

Mill levy increase needed to raise property tax revenues up to a normal growth rate of tax base of 3.85%

4.976

4.13%

11.31%

$18.45

0.00 13.637

0.00% 11.31%

11.31% 11.31%

$50.60 $50.60

Mill levy increase above reappraisal Totals

As an example, with my personal house and lot taxable value decreasing by 14.27% (which does not match the market for my house at all), I will pay about 3% less property taxes to the City of Whitefish when this fall’s tax bills are sent out. •

In property tax supported funds, the City is planning to spend down a net of $310,259 in cash balances of property tax supported funds compared to $230,114 in the preliminary budget and $287,024 in the FY15 budget. While we are still spending down the year-end cash balance, we are also increasing it at year end from last year’s budget estimate of 10.6% to 12% as directed by the City Council. There are capital expenditures of $449,000 in all of the property tax supported budgets, so one can somewhat rationalize using the cash balance for capital expenditures, however, an organization of our size can never go without or freeze capital expenditures, so there will always be some need for capital expenditures. Certainly the $300,000 for new SCBA air tanks for the Fire Department is legitimately a one-time type of expenditure for which spending down the cash balance is justified.



As proposed, property tax revenues would increase by 3.85% overall or $106,187, which is much lower than the 6.71% or $185,126 that was proposed in the preliminary FY16 budget. The reappraisal will also cause significant variations in the impact on each property owner. Some property owners whose valuations go down (properties which were too high six years ago) will have a tax decrease from the City while properties whose values go up because of reappraisal equalization, their tax bills from the City will go up.



The FY16 budget also has an increase of $55,000 to the Parks and Greenway Assessment, from $245,000 last year to $300,000 this year as part of the difficult process to balance the budget, especially for the Parks and Recreation Department. They would have lost equipment or personnel without that increase.



The Montana Municipal Interlocal Authority (MMIA), our provider for insurance programs, is proposing a 5% increase in medical insurance premiums and the City and employees share that cost increase as was agreed historically in collective bargaining agreements.

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We have collective bargaining agreement negotiations with two labor unions this year, Police and Fire. The Public Works union, AFSCME, requested to re-open negotiations on wages because of the effects of reappraisal on the wage increase in the last year of their contract. As of this date, it appears that both the Police union and the Public Works union will settle for the 2.3% pay increase directed by the City Council. In the past, each union agreed to our proposal to base multi-year CBA pay increases on the lower of: o CPI (1.3% for FY16) plus a 2% pay matrix STEP increase or 3.3% or o CPI (1.3%) plus our tax base growth (-6.7%), therefore a freeze of 0%.



The City Council agreed to an increase of 2.3% on wages and salaries for non-union positions and proposed the same 2.3% pay increase for negotiations with the three labor unions.



There are some new positions proposed in the FY16 budget. There were more positions requested as I will describe later, but new positions in the FY16 budget are as follows: o Deputy City Attorney/Prosecutor as we take over the function of prosecution from the private law firm – wages and benefits cost $95,678, but mostly offset by savings of $90,000 in the prosecution contract. o A half time secretary/paralegal/legal assistant to help the City Attorney and Deputy City Attorney/Prosecutor – wages and benefits cost approximately $22,427. o A ¾ time Administrative Assistant position in the Building Inspection office that will allow the existing Administrative Assistant to do some minor building inspections in the field and help with the Planning and Building workload. This position is supported mostly by building inspection fees (95%) and only a small amount of property taxes (5%). o Assistant Operator in Public Works – this position will be dedicated mostly to street work and will improve plowing in the winter and street maintenance in the summer. It’s cost for wages and benefits of $57,927 is not paid for by property taxes, but by non-tax revenues, state gas tax, and street maintenance assessments. Part of the justification here is that when we annexed a lot of property in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s, the street crews were never increased even though road miles increased significantly. The elected officials and many citizens also want increased levels of snow plowing in the winter. (This proposed position not approved by the City Council) o An additional Customer Service Clerk for Public Works for utility billing. Our Utility Services Supervisor is on a medical leave and is only working 5 hours per day and we need a second full-time person to work the utility billing desk. This position was requested in the past and I resisted adding it, but now there is no choice with the diminished staffing in that area. The cost for wages and benefits is approximately $54,109 and it is paid by utility rates (water, sewer, garbage), not from property taxes. I will only fill this position if I deem it necessary to deal with workload and/or the continued absence of the Utility Services Supervisor. o A summer intern for the Public Works Department to help with workload. We used to have this position in the budget in earlier years. Cost is $5,760 for 480

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hours. The City Council also added an intern for the City Attorney’s office for the summer at a cost of $3,362. o Park Maintenance Technician – when the City Council raised the Parks and Greenway assessment by $60,000 last year to buy some additional equipment, it was with the thought that this year and into the future, that higher assessment would fund a new position. The wages and salaries for this position equals approximately $57,450. o While not a new position, last year the City Council budgeted for the new Human Resources Director position for only half the year (beginning as early as January 1, 2015). Budgeting for this position for a full year increases our costs by $54,317 for wages and benefits in this year’s budget. o There were also positions that were requested that I had to cut such as Planning office help, a half time Fire administrative assistant position, and moving the existing Legal Secretary to five days per week from her current schedule of four days per week. •

This budget continues the $300,000 lower Stormwater assessments which the City Council enacted several years ago. The City Council held a work session three years ago where pay as you go financing of stormwater improvements was compared to debt financing. The City Council decided this year to wait until the construction bids come in for these projects to see how much we will spend and then consider increasing the assessment incrementally in future years as new stormwater projects are needed.



Necile Lorang, Administrative Services Director/City Clerk has notified us that she will retire in March, 2016. Also, the City Attorney announced her retirement, effective August 31st. The City Council decided to budget for the payout of the sick and vacation leaves for the City Clerk, the City Attorney, and the Chief Building Official.



A big constraint in this year’s budget is that we have higher debt service costs for all of the fire equipment we have bought on loans in the past two years. Debt service costs in the Fire/Ambulance fund will go from $69,500 in the FY15 budget to $148,434 in FY16, an increase of $78,934.



Parks and Recreation Department is proposing to increase Ice Rink Rental fees to near the national average of such fees which would bring in a lot more revenue. This increase would allow us to begin to make much needed repairs and renovations to the Ice Den while ensuring that the Ice Den is self-sufficient. The City Council increased rental fees and also budgeted for an 11 month ice season, but the Park Board makes the actual determination on the operation of the Ice Den.



Because the year-end cash balance in the Commercial Street Lighting District (District #4) would have been less than $4,000 at year-end, we proposed that the rates for the district be increased 10% again this year. The rates were increased by 10% last year, but a $4,000 cash balance is still too low of a cash balance. The impact on the median commercial property assessment of $30.25 would only be $3.25 for this increase.

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FY16 BUDGET OVERVIEW The FY16 proposed budget totals $63,327,194 of transfers and expenditures for all funds compared to $40,437,035 in FY15, a 56.6% or $22,890,159 increase. Most of this increase is explained by budgeting for the new City Hall and Parking Structure at $14,288,044 compared to a $1,000,000 budget last year. Also, with the approval of the Resort Tax increase to 3% on April 28th, we added revenues of $8,532,000 for the SRF loan to provide funding of $7,700,000 for the Haskill Basin Conservation Easement with the F.H. Stoltze Land and Lumber Company. Property Tax supported funds’ appropriations are down by $19,747, but that figure is misleading as we are now taking Building Codes Fund out of property tax supported funds because we expected that they would repay their general fund loan from five years ago by June 30, 2015. If their budget were still included in the property tax supported funds section, appropriations would have increased $462,438 or 3.44%. The chart below shows the trend of our net property tax mills levied in recent years.

After Rebate Mill Levy

119.805 134.242 120.401 120.605 120.401 115.001 112.216 87.678 100.280 87.874 87.837

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

When considering mill rates, it is instructive to compare the City of Whitefish to other Montana cities. Our budget has provided the graphic below for several years. Whitefish has historically had very low property tax mill levy rates because of our Resort Tax rebate for property tax reductions, high property valuations, and maintenance district assessments.

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2016

While levy comparisons are of interest, caution should be exercised in not drawing hard conclusions based on such information. Cities use property taxes to support similar, but not always the same mix of public services. For example, some cities support libraries, public transportation and other such services with mill-rate levies while others do not. Some cities have maintenance district assessments and others do not. Fiscal Year 2014 Total Property Tax Mills for Cities over 4,500 Population 300 250

267

W. Yellowstone Population 1,321, Red Lodge 2,199 (Estimated)

244

200 150

237

229

210

208

192

185

179

162

152

100

127

120

93

50 0

REVENUES Total revenues for all 25 budgeted funds are budgeted at $48,265,291 which is $20,080,787 or 71.24% higher than the FY15 budget of $28,184,504. Again, most of that is caused by a TIF bond for the new City Hall and Parking Structure ($11,240,000) and the SRF loan for the Haskill Basin Conservation Easement ($8,532,000 – includes a debt service reserve). Transfers in are up by $5,050,727 or 98.4% again because of the higher transfers for the higher Tax Increment Bond for City Hall and the Parking Structure and transferring Impact Fees into the City Hall Construction Fund. Total General Fund Revenues are projected at $3,599,073 in FY16 which is a $174,414 or a 5.09% increase from last year’s figure of $3,424,659. Property tax revenues are 3.85% higher because of the reasons explained above. The history and budget for total building permit and plan review fees are shown below. The FY16 estimate is higher than in FY15 because of the expected building permit for the City Hall and Parking Structure and two hotels.

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Building Codes - Licenses & Permits Yearly Totals 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 $-

$100,000

$200,000

$300,000

$400,000

$500,000

$600,000

On a small note, this budget anticipates foregoing $3,868.46 of revenue from Whitefish Legacy Partners (WLP) for two reasons: 1. In 2013, the Parks and Recreation Department did not bill property owners on Lion Mountain Loop for their share of dust abatement on the road, so we should probably eat that cost rather than Whitefish Legacy Partners. 2. During the time after Karl Cozad had left, but before Maria Butts was hired as Parks and Recreation Director, we paid a $4,500.00 license fee to DNRC without getting Whitefish Legacy Partners approval on the payment. Our Memorandum of Understanding with WLP stipulates that we get their approval on any payments that they will reimburse us for. We have agreed with the WLP staff and board that we will split the cost of this $4,500 payment ($2,250) rather than having WLP pay the entire amount. Water usage revenues are up by $375,000 to $2,875,000 which is an increase of 15% because of higher usage, more connections, and last fall’s rate increase. We have not anticipated a water rate increase in this budget, but that is because the City Council typically makes utility rate increase decisions in the fall when we consider inflationary increases. Wastewater usage charges are estimated at $2,400,000 or $288,145 or 13.64% more in FY16 – again for the same reasons as the water revenues are estimated higher. We have not anticipated a wastewater rate increase in this budget, but we will need to discuss a significant rate increase

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when we figure out the cost and financing for the expansion and improvement of the Wastewater Treatment Plant later this year.

EXPENDITURES Total proposed appropriations and transfers equal $63,327,194 which is a $22,890,159 or 56.6% increase in budget authority as compared to the adopted FY15 Budget of $40,437,035. Again, most of this increase is caused by budgeting $14,288,044 for the City Hall/Parking Structure project and $8,532,000 of debt for the $7,700,000 of funds for the Haskill Basin Conservation Easement. • • •

• •

Tax Increment Fund appropriations are $1,598,959 higher than last year because of higher revenues and spending down some of the cash balance. The City Hall Construction Fund budget is increased from $1,000,000 last year for design work to $14,288,044 remaining for the full $14,952,636 project . Building Codes fund appropriations are $83,185 or 20.85% higher mostly because of the proposed hiring of an additional ¾ time administrative/customer service position and to budget the vacation and sick leave payout anticipated if the Chief Building Official retires. Expenditures are $256,279 or 6.44% higher in the Water Fund because of the Hwy 93 Whitefish West and other construction projects. Expenditures are $1,134,124 or 24.39% higher in the Wastewater Fund because of the Hwy 93 Whitefish West project, getting started on the Treatment Plant Improvements project, and other projects.

Total expenditures and transfers for the General Fund equal $4,612,501 which is a $174,909 or 3.94% increase from the FY15 budget figure of $4,437,592. Most of this increase is from proposed wage and salary increases of 2.3%, new positions in the City Attorney’s office, budgeting for the HR Director for a full year and other cost increases. We have outlined major expenditure and capital outlay items in the narrative for each fund, so I will not repeat that information here.

CONCLUSION The proposed FY16 budget was probably the most difficult budget in over five years. Resumption of growth has put additional demands on staff resources and there were many proposals for new staff. Some I could recommend in this budget and some I could not.

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I would also like to thank the Department Directors for their help and support and Necile, Vanice, and Sherri Baccaro for their help in compiling and entering information in the budget. Our Finance Director, Dana Smith, did almost all of the work of entering the data, checking the spreadsheets for accuracy, and preparing the narrative. Dana has picked up the budget creation process extremely well and provided invaluable assistance to me in preparing and balancing this budget.

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A

B

C

1 2 3 Resources 4 Revenue & Beginning 5 Other Financing Available 6 Sources Fund Cash 7 8 9 Property Tax Supported Funds: 886,994 3,599,073 10 General 100,131 185,396 11 Library 0 510,960 12 Law Enforcement 308,127 2,776,998 13 Fire & Ambulance 121,621 1,158,618 14 Parks/Rec Total 1,416,872 8,231,046 15 16 17 18 Other Tax, Fee & Assessment Supported Funds: 1,751,547 11,680,592 19 Resort Tax 2,504,964 5,437,191 20 Tax Inc Dist 13,110 582,000 21 Bldg Codes 1,437,460 1,343,228 22 Street Fund 43,282 76,837 23 Street Lighting #1 19,170 74,042 24 Street Lighting #4 400,304 233,000 25 Impact Fees 126,041 400 26 Sidewalk 738,620 74,600 27 Stormwater Total 7,034,498 19,501,890 28 29 30 31 Enterprise Funds: 3,938,020 3,631,710 32 Water 2,103,246 5,105,039 33 Wastewater 148,414 811,400 34 Solid Waste Total 6,189,680 9,548,149 35 36 37 38 Other Funding Source Funds: 2,369,909 9,578,000 39 City Hall/Parking Structure 1,308 527,500 41 Housing Authority 19,069 194,000 42 WF Trail Construct 349,187 619,706 43 Park Acq & Dev 720,419 6,000 44 TIF Debt Svc 49 15,000 45 Victim/Wit 127,921 44,000 46 Misc. S.I.D. 3,587,862 10,984,206 47 48 Total 18,228,913 48,265,291 49 50

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

Budget Summary by Main Revenue Source City of Whitefish Preliminary Budget Fiscal Year 2016

O ############

Requirements

Transfers

Total

679,023 34,371 2,085,000 835,000 651,238 4,284,632

5,165,090 319,898 2,595,960 3,920,125 1,931,477 13,932,550

Personal Services

Materials & Services

787,352 152,888 2,028,518 2,296,655 878,356 6,143,770

192,040 66,581 504,212 840,475 771,796 2,375,105

Total Operating Budget =

213,084

213,084

13,432,139 8,155,239 595,110 2,780,689 120,119 93,212 633,304 126,441 813,220 26,749,473

228,696 407,285 735,958 26,236 26,236

1,424,411

989,961 49,900 953,926 53,627 56,027

33,267 2,136,709

Total Operating Budget =

0

7,569,730 7,208,285 959,814 15,737,829

974,274 929,386 83,498 1,987,158

792,544 958,491 716,304 2,467,339

Total Operating Budget =

2,340,135

Capital Outlay

Transfers

10,000

3,605,609

50,000 350,000 39,000 449,000

3,605,609

8,518,875

10,123,900 959,802 25,000 423,343 332 108,150 126,441 485,000 12,251,968

679,023 5,430,788

Debt Service

Conting.

17,500 36,500 2,000

Total Approp. & Unapprop

Change in Cash

552,589 63,929 5,664 284,560 199,872 1,106,614 (310,259) 12.0%

5,165,090 319,898 2,595,960 3,920,125 1,931,477 13,932,550

(334,405) (36,202) 5,664 (23,567) 78,251 (310,259)

807,748

150,000

11,610,671 7,709,247 482,185 2,163,227 79,863 82,595 576,289 126,441 518,267 23,348,787

1,821,468 445,993 112,925 617,462 40,255 10,617 57,014 0 294,953 3,400,686

13,432,139 8,155,239 595,110 2,780,689 120,119 93,212 633,304 126,441 813,220 26,749,473

69,921 (2,058,971) 99,815 (819,999) (3,026) (8,554) (343,289) (126,041) (443,667) (3,633,812)

0

4,235,114 5,783,888 799,802 10,818,804

3,334,616 1,424,397 160,012 4,919,025

7,569,730 7,208,285 959,814 15,737,829

(603,404) (678,849) 11,598 (1,270,655)

0 0 19,069 171,993 3,733,134 49 0 3,924,244

14,288,044 528,808 213,069 1,195,493 3,845,528 15,049 171,921 20,257,911

(2,369,909) (1,308) 0 (177,194) 3,012,714 0 (127,921) 336,382

13,350,569

76,677,763

(4,878,344)

100,000

468,139

807,748

3,561,120

1,889,200 3,528,152 5,417,352

579,096 367,859 0

946,955

4,454,497

5,685,843

14,288,044 528,808 213,069 1,195,493 3,845,528 15,049 171,921 20,257,911

0

543,808

15,505,544

0

171,921 284,315

0

14,288,044 528,808 194,000 1,023,500 112,394 15,000 171,921 16,333,667

10,183,560

76,677,763

9,555,339

7,522,961

33,623,864

10,183,560

2,225,471

216,000

63,327,194

226,600 3,119,108

Ending Available Cash

4,612,501 255,969 5,566 2,590,296 148,434 3,635,565 32,453 10,000 1,731,605 186,453 66,000 12,825,936 Change in Cash Ending Cash as a % of Budget

50,000

6,577,951

Total Approp Budget

14,288,044 528,808 194,000 1,023,500 112,394 15,000

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City of Whitefish Mill Value and Tax Levy History 8/7/2015 HB 124

Health

Gross

Resort

Fire &

Total

Total Property Distibution of Property Tax Levy

Fiscal

Total Market

Newly Taxable

Mill

Mills

Insur

Mills

Tax

Net Mills

Amb

Mills

Year

Value

Value

Value

Levied

Mills

Levied

Relief

Levied

Mills

Levied

General

Library

Fire Pension

Fire/Amb

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b

c

e

f

g

h

i

j

k

l

m

n

o

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

$ 331,297,444 $ 376,926,297 $ 438,821,953 $ 496,460,096 $ 577,691,081 $ 676,545,891 $ 755,263,708 $ 789,392,160 $ 888,143,474 $ 952,357,384 $1,022,102,349 $1,090,881,100 $1,164,900,282 $1,241,653,567 $1,988,271,955

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

1,543,904 1,171,218 1,688,291 1,042,687 1,438,400 1,121,030 1,812,408 1,029,224 1,238,391 563,091 710,377 522,087 307,117 540,964 447,138

d

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

9,521.589 16.1% 11% 10,540.581 17% 12,324.709 9% 13,398.957 12% 15,023.975 11% 16,608.044 11% 18,512.556 5.3% 19,499.520 3% 20,103.083 2% 20,434.118 4% 21,287.796 1.6% 21,631.411 2.2% 22,105.761 3.5% 22,873.171 21,340.576 -6.7% change from last year

97.90 106.40 106.40 106.40 107.40 105.68 105.68 108.75 108.75 115.40 116.33 117.966 117.174 116.000 127.600 11.60

4.81 4.81 4.81 3.81 5.53 5.53 2.46 2.46 2.46 6.08 6.08 10.00 9.846 14.46 4.61

(e+f) 97.900 111.210 111.210 111.210 111.210 111.210 111.210 111.210 111.210 117.860 122.412 124.046 127.174 125.846 142.061 16.21

-28.63 -26.43 -24.07 -24.14 -23.37 -23.53 -23.34 -22.99 -23.29 -22.54 -26.01 -27.65 -31.369 -29.241 -31.818 -2.58

(g+h) 69.267 84.782 87.139 87.069 87.837 87.678 87.874 88.216 24 87.920 12.36 95.321 19.68 96.401 24 96.401 24 95.805 24 96.605 24 110.242 24 13.64 0.00

(i+j) 69.267 84.782 87.139 87.069 87.837 87.678 87.874 112.216 100.280 115.001 120.401 120.401 119.805 120.605 134.242 13.64 11.31%

$ 851,489 $1,024,664 $1,113,038 $1,259,565 $1,389,728 $1,552,722 $1,642,172 $1,687,048 $1,866,064 $1,852,060 $1,881,954 $1,910,048 $1,994,655 $2,164,408 $ 169,753 8.51%

$ 42,162 $ 49,299 $ 53,596 $ 60,096 $ 66,432 $ 74,050 $ 77,998 $ 80,412 $ 81,736 $114,954 $ 85,151 $116,810 $ 86,526 $119,371 $ 88,423 $141,814 $ 91,493 $145,543 $ 42,681 $ 3,729 $ (48,812) 2.63% -53.35%

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

Tax Fire

112.216

87.837

87.874 87.678 More rebate than last year

115.001

120.401

120.401

119.805

120.605

(c x k) $ 659,532 $ 893,652 $1,073,963 $1,166,634 $1,319,661 $1,456,160 $ $1,626,772 467,988 $294,833 $173,156 $2,188,158 248,474 $ 99,390 $149,084 $2,015,935 402,143 $160,857 $241,286 $2,349,944 510,907 $204,363 $306,544 $2,563,072 519,154 $207,662 $311,492 $2,604,444 530,538 $212,215 $318,323 $2,648,381 548,956 $219,582 $329,374 $2,758,619 512,174 $204,870 $307,304 $2,864,806 (36,782) $ (14,713) $ (22,069) $ 106,187 -6.70% -6.70% -6.70% 3.85%

134.242

100.280

Total Mill Increase On the table from last year Storm offset increase

TOTAL

NEWLY

2006

HB 124

2007

2008

HEALTH GROSS RESORT

2009

2010

FIRE &

2011

2012

Total

2013

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 210 of 484

2014

2015

Revenue

p

After Rebate Mill Levy Library Higher mills offset by resort tax Street maintenance reduction in mills 24 reduction Total Increase

Amb

2016

City of Whitefish   Organiza onal Chart   

Citizens of Whitefish

Municipal Court Judge

Mayor and City Council

Library Board

Library

Admin. Services

City Manager

Fire

City Attorney

Police

Public Works

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 211 of 484

Park Board

Planning & Building

Parks & Recreation

 

 

 

The FY 2016 budget funds 96.96 full time equivalent employees not including 25 seasonal  employees for Parks and Recreation during the winter and summer months. The budgeted  payroll expense increased about $336,287 from FY 2015 to FY 2016.  Changes in payroll include  the addition of a full time Parks Maintenance Technician, a part‐time Administrative Assistant  for the Building Department, a full time Deputy Attorney/Prosecutor, a part‐time   paralegal/legal assistant for the City Attorney’s Office, a full‐time Customer Service Clerk for  Public Works utility billing if needed, a Summer Intern for  Public Works, and a full‐year of the  Human Resources Director’ salary and benefits that was only budgeted for a half‐year in FY  2015. In addition, a 2.3% wage increase is included for FY 2016. The wage adjustment  is lower  than the typical COLA (1.3% for FY 2016) plus a 2% pay matrix STEP of 3.3%. The chart  below  breaks down full time employees by department.       

Full Time Employee Equivalents‐ FY16 (not including Parks & Rec seasonal employees)

Police  19%

Fire/Amb 17%

Admin & Legal 10% Library 4% Planning/Building 8%

Parks & Rec 9%

PW 29% Court 4%          

   

           

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 212 of 484

 

 

   

Below is a summary by department of the full time and part time employees for FY 2016.   

FY 2016  Admin & Legal Library Planning/Building Parks & Rec Court PW Police Fire/Amb

Full Time 8 1 7 9 3 28 18 17 91

Part-Time 1.3 2.50 0.75 0 0.5 0.2 0.71 0 5.96

Full Time Equivalent 9.3 3.5 7.75 9 3.5 28.2 18.71 17 96.96

*Parks also has seasonal employees budgeted for summer and winter that are not  shown above. 

 

 

This chart shows the change by department from FY 2012 to FY 2016   

Full Time Equivalents ‐ FY 2012 ‐ FY 2016 35 30 25 20 FY 2012

15

FY 2013

10

FY 2014

5

FY 2015

0

FY 2016

 

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 213 of 484

Population     

Annual Population Estimate Based on Active Accounts 7500

6948

7000

6643 6500

6192

6352 63446357

6781

6408

5976

6000

5772 5589

5500

5239

5354

5032 5016 5000 4500

                 

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 214 of 484

Debt     

The City carries debt from revenue bonds, loans from the State Revolving Fund, and loans from  the State of Montana Intercap program.  Revenue bonds are backed by the underlying revenue  applicable to the financing.     

About half of the 2009 Tax Increment Bond was for the construction of the Emergency Services  Center, the rest was a refinancing of previous projects.  This loan is backed by and paid for with  the tax increment tax revenues.  In 2009, the City received an A‐ and stable rating on this bond  issue from Standard and Poor’s. The City refinanced the 2009 Tax Increment Bond in FY 2015 to  save money with lower interest rates. The City is also working on financing for the future City  Hall and Parking Structure with a TIF revenue bond that is included in the FY 2016 Budget. The  SID 166 bond was for the JP Road construction project and is backed by an assessment within  that Special Improvement District.   

The water and sewer low interest loans were provided by the State of Montana’s revolving fund  for construction and upgrades to the water and sewer system.  The loans are backed by and  paid for through the user fees generated from the water and sewer systems. In November  2012, the city refinanced the water and sewer loans.  The lower rates will save the water and  sewer funds a combined $760,231 over 20 years.    

In FY 2015 the City was authorized to borrowed $300,000 through the State of Montana’s  revolving fund for the River Lakes Force Main Project a portion of this loan is expected to be  drawn down in FY 2016 as the project is completed. The City also borrowed $282,659 for the  second half of the Fire Pumper (Engine) and $211,000 for the Fire Water Tender through the  State of Montana Intercap program at a rate of 1.00% (variable) in FY 2015. For FY 2016 the City  anticipates issuing additional debt for FY 2016 including SRF loans, TIF revenue bonds, and an  Intercap Loan. The City has no General Obligation bonds as this time.    Outstanding Debt Summary Rate/TIC Revenue Bonds TIF ESC 2.62% Water ~2.1% Sewer ~2.3% Special Assessments SID166 4.18% Intercap Loans Ice Rink 1.25% Police Vehicle 1.25% Fire Tender/Pumper 1.25% Ambulance 1.25% Capital Lease Total $ Change %

June 30 2015

June 30 2014

June 30 2013

June 30 2012

$ 7,813,000 $ 2,793,000 $ 2,666,218

$ 10,715,000 $ 3,272,000 $ 2,638,764

$ 12,020,000 $ 3,740,000 $ 2,328,000

$ 13,285,000 $ 4,261,000 $ 2,788,000

$ 725,000

$

795,000

$

$

$ 110,575 $ 16,339 $ 202,453 $ 153,780 $ 3,794 $ 17,907,705 $ (1,115,349) -5.9%

$

$ 79,363 $ 10,935 $ 672,318 $ 123,520 $ 0 $ 16,285,393 $ (1,622,312) -9.1%

865,000

62,697 $0 $0 $0 $ 7,357 $ 19,023,054 $ (2,245,946) -10.6%

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 215 of 484

935,000

$ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 21,269,000 $ (1,093,000) -4.9%

Debt       

Detailed information for revenue bonds:    Original Loan Issue Date

Rate after Refinance

Total Original Borrowed Amount

Revenue Bonds TIF 2015 SID 166

6/10/2015 7/1/2006

2.62% varies

$ $

7,183,000 1,360,000

SRF Loans Water 1998 Water 1999 Water 2006 Water 2007 Water 2009B

8/7/1998 9/3/1999 6/15/2006 9/6/2007 10/21/2009

2.00% 2.00% 2.25% 2.25% 0.75%

$ $ $ $ $

400,000 5,839,000 895,835 900,000 120,100

11/7/2002 12/11/2008 1/16/2009 2/4/2010 8/1/2011 8/1/2011 3/6/2014 11/3/2014

2.00% 2.25% 2.25% 0.75% 3.00% 3.00% 3.00% 2.50%

$ 200,000 $ 500,000 $ 1,711,000 $ 48,211 $ 340,000 $ 386,000 $ 452,300 $ 300,000 $ 29,147,446

Sewer 2002 Sewer 2008A Sewer 2008B Sewer 2009B Sewer 2011 B Sewer 2011 C Sewer 2014 Sewer 2014 A

 

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 216 of 484

Revenues     

Revenue  Of the total property tax bill (including taxes and assessments), the City of Whitefish accounts  for 25.40%.  About 50% of a city resident property tax bill goes to education.    

2014 Property Tax Bill Breakdown Other 0.81%

Whitefish  Elementary 14.21% Whitefish High  School 9.46%

Whitefish City 25.40%

State Education 7.49% County 23.01%

General Schools 16.86%

Flat Val Com  College 2.75%  

         

 

          City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 217 of 484

Revenues     

Calendar year 2008 was the first year the city levied the 24 mills for 24/7 coverage for Fire and  Ambulance. In 2011, 5.4 library mills were levied by the City instead of the County. The City’s  tax year 2012 levy remained the same as the prior year and the mill levy decreased by half a  percent for 2013. The 2014 tax year mill levy increases the library mills levied by 0.8 mills with  the overall total of mills levied increasing by 0.67 percent. The proposed FY 2016 budget  includes an increase in mills for the 2015 tax year with detailed explanation included in the City  Manager Budget Message.     

Mills by Jurisdiction ‐ Tax Year 2014 120.00 100.00

Mills

80.00

2010 2011

60.00

2012 40.00

2013 2014

20.00 0.00 Whitefish Whitefish State Elementary High School Education

Flat Val Com College

General Schools

County

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 218 of 484

Whitefish City

 

Revenues     

Property Tax Funds Revenue 3,000,000

FY 2016 Budget 2,500,000

FY 2015 Budget 2,000,000 1,500,000 1,000,000 500,000 0

  Note: Licenses and Permits show a decrease in the FY 2016 Budget, but this is due to the reclassification of the  Building Code Fund from a Property Tax Supported Fund to an Other Tax, Fee & Assessment Supported Fund.   

Enterprise Funds ‐ Revenue by Source 7,000,000 6,000,000

FY 2016 Budget

5,000,000

FY 2015 Budget

4,000,000 3,000,000 2,000,000 1,000,000 0

Charges for Services

Other Financing Intergovernmental Sources

Miscellaneous Revenue

Investment Earnings

      City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 219 of 484

Expenditures     

Total FY 2016 Property Tax Supported Budget  Requirements Debt Srvc. 2.02%

Contingency 0.63%

Capital Outlay 4.87%

Materials &  Services 25.84%

Personal Services 66.63%

 

Property Tax Supported Funds Expense History by  Category  7,000,000  6,000,000  5,000,000  4,000,000

FY 2012 Budget FY 2013 Budget FY 2014 Budget FY2015 Budget FY2016 Budget

 3,000,000  2,000,000  1,000,000  ‐ Personal Services

Materials & Services

Capital Outlay

Debt Srvc.

Contingency

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 220 of 484

 

Expenditures     

All Funds Expense History by Category  40,000,000  35,000,000  30,000,000  25,000,000

FY 2012 Actual

 20,000,000

FY 2013 Budget FY 2014 Budget

 15,000,000

FY 2015 Budget

 10,000,000

FY 2016 Budget

 5,000,000  ‐ Personal Services

Materials & Capital Outlay Services

Debt Srvc.

Contingency

 

Total FY 2016 Budget Requirements (By Budget Categories)

Other Funding  Source Funds 26%

Enterprise Funds 17%

Property Tax  Supported Funds 20%

Other Tax, Fee &  Assessment  Supported Funds 37%

 

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 221 of 484

General Fund     

Purpose  The General Fund provides services and projects that are not typically self‐supporting.  Services  provided by the General Fund are Municipal Court, Administrative Services, Resort Tax  Administrative Services, Legal Services, Community Planning, Community Agencies, Cemetery  Services, and Non‐Departmental functions.   Significant transfers of property taxes are also  made from the General Fund to support the Law Enforcement Fund, Fire and Ambulance Fund,  Library Fund and the Parks and Recreation Fund.  General Fund services generate relatively  little or no revenue to offset their costs.  As such, property tax revenue and other “general”  income sources are used to pay for General Fund expenses.    FY 2016 Objectives  The objective of the General Fund for FY 2016 is to provide budget authority to provide the  above listed services within the City. A Deputy (Prosecuting) Attorney and a half‐time Legal  Assistant are included for FY 2016. These two positions will be almost funded by the monies  typically expended for a prosecuting attorney with a local firm.       Significant or Changed Appropriations during FY 2016 are:  Item/Project

Amount

Revenue Changes     

Increase in property tax revenue  Increase in State Entitlement Distribution   Increase in Planning & Zoning fee estimates   Increase in Resort Tax Property Tax Relief  

$164,253 $22,297 $35,000 $10,192

  Expenditure Changes        

City Council Election (Admin Services)   Decreased Prosecution Services (FY 2016 in‐house under Legal Services)  Added cost of in‐house Deputy City Attorney (Prosecution)    Added cost of ½ time Legal Assistant  Increased transfers to Police and Fire by 6.4%    Decrease of transfer to Parks Department  Purchase a new large format color plotter for Planning Dept. 

 

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 222 of 484

$9,000 $90,000 93,949 $22,471 $220,000 $42,681 $10,000

General Fund Revenue - 1000 Actual FY 2014

1,839,939 31,386 10,428 4,000 $ 1,885,753

1,824,285 17,410 7,309 10,902 $ 1,859,906

426 15,423 140 42,899

14,225 245 44,087

400 15,000 200 41,000

3,165 1,001 63,054

2,725 852 62,134

3,000 1,000 60,600

7,631

4,219 13,129

9,500

18,013 731,356 757,000

18,414 741,457 777,218

Revenues

311010 311020 312000 314125

Taxes Real Property Taxes Personal Property Taxes Penalty and Interest In Lieu of Taxes - Housing Auth.

321070 322010 322014 322020 322022 323021 323030

Licenses and Permits Fees in Lieu of Taxes Alcohol Bvrg Licenses/Permits Catering License Fees General Business License Security Alarm Fees Special Events Permit Fees Animal Licenses

334140 335020 335110 335120 335230

Intergovernmental Cultural Arts Grant - Pass Through Personal Property Tax Reimb - State Live Card Game Table Permit Gambling Machine Permits State Entitlement Distribution

341010 341015 341061 341062 341063 341064 341065 341066 341067 341068 341069 341070 341071 341077 343320 343321 343340 343360

Charges for Services Copies, Maps & Misc. Bad Check Service Charges Temporary Use/Vendor Fees Variance Fee Conditional Use Permit Fees Sign Fee Architectural Review Fee Lakeshore Fee Floodplain Critical Area Fee - Inside City Critical Area Fee - Outside City Planning Fees Zoning Fees 5% Admin Fee for Impact Fees Sale of Cemetery Lots Sale of Cemetery Cremain Niches Cemetery Burial Fees Weed Control Charges

351030 351031 351040 351045

Fines and Forfeitures Municipal Court Fines Parking Fines Dog Fines Defense Attorney Fee Reimburse

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

$

$

$

221,586 29,220 978 175 251,959

$

2,021,796 11,325 7,273 12,020 2,052,415

Budget FY 2016

$

2,146,408 18,000 5,000 12,500 2,181,908 15,000 300 45,000 100 3,000 1,000 64,400 10,000

2,800 18,000 785,300 815,600

1,358 15,550 785,300 802,208

2,800 18,000 807,597 838,397

$

3,500 498 281,942

200 100 1,000 7,000 12,000 12,000 13,000 12,000 500 1,500 1,000 50,000 85,000 10,000 250 30,000 4,000 1,000 240,550

90 75 200 4,488 30,550 13,753 16,925 9,915 1,300 33,846 110,513 10,714 290 13,100 1,850 4,649 252,258

200 100 1,000 4,000 22,000 12,000 15,000 7,000 500 1,500 45,000 90,000 10,000 250 10,000 4,000 2,000 224,550

$

188,325 27,365 525 50 216,265

200,000 27,000 1,000 250 228,250

173,669 29,665 835 770 204,939

190,000 30,000 500 250 220,750

$

$

409 100 1,350 4,160 13,195 14,356 14,615 15,660 3,180 1,600 83,345 111,762 14,212

4,600 217,823

$

1,960,155 34,500 12,000 11,000 2,017,655

Actual FY 2015

1,355 13,951 350 46,507 110 3,485 733 66,490

152 200 1,550 7,260 23,681 8,888 17,705 15,810 200 3,020 2,100 42,959 80,804 8,894

$

Budget FY 2015

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 223 of 484

General Fund Revenue - 1000

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

Revenues Miscellaneous Revenue 361010 Golf Course Lease Fee 362000 Miscellaneous Revenue $

1,706 26,187 27,893

$

$

Investment Earnings 371010 Investment Earnings Other Financing Sources 383002 Resort Tax - Tax Relief Transfer

Total Resources

Budget FY 2015

Actual FY 2015

Budget FY 2016

$

48,754 29,309 78,063

27,000 20,000 47,000

22,375 19,005 41,380

29,068 25,000 54,068

14,944 14,944

$

21,663 21,663

15,000 15,000

14,535 14,535

15,000 15,000

598,007 598,007

$

693,432 693,432

668,831 668,831

668,831 668,831

679,023 679,023

$ 3,990,623

4,093,486

4,103,057

4,278,096

Total Fund Revenue $ 3,816,433 101000 Beginning Available Cash

Actual FY 2014

890,170

886,994

4,983,656

5,165,090

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 224 of 484

Municipal Court     

Purpose  The Municipal Court Division provides for the administration of the Whitefish Municipal Court.        FY 2016 Objectives  The objective of the Municipal Court Division for FY 2016 is to provide budget authority to  operate the Whitefish Municipal Court.   Two full‐time and one part‐time clerk assist the  Municipal Judge in operating the Municipal Court.              

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 225 of 484

General Fund Expenditures - 1000 Actual FY 2013

Expenditures

Legislative Services 220 Operating Supplies/Material 370 Council Travel & Training 390 Other Purchased Services Total Legislative Services $ 410360 Municipal Court Personal Services 110 Salaries 112 Permanent Part Time 120 Overtime 130 Vacation/Sick Accrual 140 Employer Contributions

Actual FY 2014

$

153,892 13,168 1,977

$ 210 220 230 310 320 330 340 360 370 390 397 510 540

3,811 564 3,053 7,428

Materials and Services Office Supplies/Materials Operating Supplies/Material Repair/Maintenance Supplies Communication & Transportation Printing Publicity/Subscriptions/Dues Utility Services Repair & Maintenance Travel & Training Other Purchased Services Sub-Judge Contracts Insurance Special Assessments

61,466 230,503

8/10/2015

3,491 800 3,030 7,321

Budget FY 2015

$

157,397 12,181 2,278

$

63,342 235,198

$

1,975 434 227 880

$

323 4,675 3,734 4,084 1,860 1,144 8,207 101 28,658

$

1,024 4,915 3,634 3,604 2,208 1,326 6,068 101 26,397

$

$

-

$

-

$

Capital Outlay 920 Building

259,161

$

261,595

$

2,797 351 3,274 6,422

$

163,754 12,572 2,936 65,433 244,695

165,135 13,538 3,094

1,498 1,129 173 1,730

Total Municipal Court $

3,000 1,000 4,500 8,500

Actual FY 2015

71,323 253,090

2300 8000 1100 1700 200 1800 7000 1920 5000 3762 1200 8207 105 42,294 $ 295,384

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 226 of 484

$

Budget FY 2016

$

3,000 1,000 4,500 8,500

$

170,250 13,812 2,228 73,483 259,773

1359 455 789 1016 1079 5110 4728 3338 1379 1430 4878 102 25,663 $

2300 500 1100 1700 200 1800 7000 4000 5000 3762 1200 8207 105 36,874

798 798

-

271,156

$

296,647

Administrative Services Division     

Purpose  The Administrative Services Division provides for the general administration of the City  including the offices of the City Manager, Finance Director, City Clerk, and the Human  Resources Director. Insurance, benefits, payroll, accounting, and financial reporting are areas  covered by this division.    There are six full time employees in Administrative Services, but most  of their personnel costs are spread throughout the city’s budget in a cost allocation formula.      FY 2016 Objectives  The objective of the General Fund for FY16 is to provide budget authority to provide the above  listed services within the City.   The City Council established short term and long term goals for  the City and these goals guide the operations and objectives during FY16.           

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 227 of 484

Admin & Legal Cost Allocation     

The Administrative Services section of the General Fund Expenditures is allocated to any fund  that has a personal services expense.  The amount of admin expense allocated to other funds is  based off how much salary is allocated to other funds. For example, in FY 2016 8.79% of the  total city payroll was administrative services.  Therefore 8.79% of any administrative services  materials and services expense stayed in the General Fund, and 91.21% was allocated to other  funds.  The table below shows the total number before the costs were allocated to other funds.   In Office Supplies, under the Proposed Budget FY 2016 column, the total budget is $8,000,  however, of that $8,000 only $703 or 8.79% will stay in the General Fund—found in the next  column to the right.  0.0781 

0.0764 

Actual FY 2013

Expenditures

Actual FY 2014

0.0803 

0.0803 

Budget FY 2015

Actual FY 2015

0.0879  Budget FY 2016

Allocation FY 2016

Administrative Services Materials and Services Office Supplies/Materials

6,995

10,392

8,000

4,052

8,000

703

Operating Supplies/Materials

12,472

13,556

15,000

7,238

14,800

1,301

Repair/Maintenance Supplies

1,211

1,903

1,500

1,022

1,500

132

Postage & Freight

3,936

3,344

5,000

3,773

5,000

440

-

39

500

58

400

35

8,077

10,933

10,000

10,989

12,000

1,055

Utility Services

23,662

28,231

27,000

21,015

27,000

2,373

Professional Services

70,280

57,944

38,000

26,799

28,000

2,461

Repair & Maintenance

6,834

7,270

8,000

6,125

19,160

1,684

Travel & Training

5,383

4,358

8,000

5,407

9,000

791

Other Purchased Services

1,961

12,854

12,000

3,744

13,000

1,143

Contracted Workers

9,102

10,571

7,500

5,541

8,000

703

Insurance

3,882

14,305

4,000

5,343

4,000

352

-

-

-

-

-

-

Special Assessments

1,284

1,284

1,300

1,283

1,400

123

Administrative Costs

12,597

16,355

14,783

193,338

$ 160,583

Printing Publicity/Subscriptions/Dues

Rent / Lease

$167,675

$

$

102,388

$ 151,260

$

13,296

   

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 228 of 484

Admin & Legal Cost Allocation       

Legal Services is also cost allocated.  Below are the totals before allocation.    Actual FY 2013

Expenditures

Actual FY 2014

Budget FY 2015

Actual FY 2015

Budget FY 2016

Allocation FY 2016

Legal Services Materials and Services Office Supplies/Materials

2,462

3,232

2,500

2,876

3,750

330

Operating Supplies/Materials

1,376

2,005

7,200

348

8,200

721

241

286

500

100

300

26

Publicity/Subscriptions/Dues

2,185

2,250

2,500

2,112

4,100

360

Utility Services

1,228

2,195

2,500

713

2,000

176

Professional Services

-

1,008

1,023

3,627

1,023

90

Repair & Maintenance

294

1,010

1,025

-

-

-

Travel & Training

604

1,428

1,449

18

4,000

352

-

-

1,000

-

500

44

1,051

1,773

1,800

653

700

62

9,441

$ 15,186

$ 21,497

$ 10,446

$ 24,573

Communication & Transportation

Other Purchased Services Insurance $

$

2,161

 

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 229 of 484

General Fund Expenditures - 1000 Actual FY 2013

Expenditures

410500 Administrative Services Personal Services 110 Salaries 112 Permanent Part Time 120 Overtime 130 Vacation/Sick Accrual 140 Employer Contributions $ 210 220 230 310 320 330 340 350 360 370 390 397 510 540 880

Materials and Services Office Supplies/Materials Operating Supplies/Materials Repair/Maintenance Supplies Communication & Transportation Printing Publicity/Subscriptions/Dues Utility Services Professional Services Repair & Maintenance Travel & Training Other Purchased Services Contracted Workers Insurance Special Assessments Administrative Costs

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2014

Budget FY 2015

42,241

44,999

48,120

995

1,230

1,244

14,890 58,126

$

15,504 61,733

Actual FY 2015

47,449 200 1,759

$

17,149 66,513

$ $

$

13,044 13,044

$

16,355 16,355

$

642 1,205 120 402 40 803 2,168 3,051 642 642 964 602 321 104 1,187 12,893

Total Administrative Services $

71,170

$

78,088

$

79,406

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 230 of 484

Budget FY 2016

$

62,579

$

1,805 8,000 21,321 93,705

12,623 12,623

$

703 1,301 132 440 35 1,055 2,373 2,461 1,684 791 1,143 703 352 123 13,296

78,533

$

107,001

16,501 65,910

Resort Tax Admin & Legal Services   Library Fund 

FY 2016 

   

Resort Tax Administrative Services Division  Purpose  The Resort Tax Administrative Services Division provides for the administration of the City’s  Resort Tax.  Ordinance 95‐15, the Resort Tax Ordinance, does not allow the use of resort tax  collections to pay for the administrative expenses of the tax.  Due to this prohibition such  expenses are paid from the General Fund.     FY 2016 Objectives  The objective of the General Fund for this budget year is to provide budget authority to provide  the above listed services within the City.    

  Legal Services Division  Purpose  The Legal Services Division provides for the administration of the Legal Services Division. The  City Attorney provides legal support to the City organization in civil matters, including legal  consultation, preparation and review of legal documents, and representation in civil matters. In  prior years, the City contracted for prosecution services with the Hedman, Hileman and Lacosta  Law Firm.  The FY 2016 budget provides that the prosecution services for the City Court be done  in‐house by the new a Deputy Attorney and a part‐time Legal Assistant.     FY 2016 Objectives  The objective of the General Fund for this budget year is to provide budget authority to provide  the above listed services within the City.       Item/Project

Amount

Expenditure Changes   Decreased Prosecution Services (proposed in‐house under Legal Services) 

$90,000

 Added cost of in‐house Deputy City Attorney (Prosecution)   

$95,678

 Added cost of ½ time Legal Assistant 

$22,427

 

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 231 of 484

General Fund Expenditures - 1000 Actual FY 2013

Expenditures

410505 Resort Tax Admin Services Materials and Services 210 Office Supplies & Materials 350 Professional Services 390 Other Purchased Services Total Resort Tax $ 410364 Prosecution Services Materials and Services 350 Professional Services Total Prosecution $ 411100 Legal Services Personal Services 110 Salaries 112 Part-Time Wages 120 Overtime 130 Vacation/Sick Accrual 140 Employer Contributions

210 220 310 330 340 350 360 370 390 510

Actual FY 2014

Budget FY 2015

Total Legal Services $

Budget FY 2016

6,775

$

6,036

$

5,000

$

101,742 101,742

$

110,771 110,771

$

110,000 110,000

$

94,285 94,285

$

25,277 7,423 7,584 40,285

6,036

6,557 34,382

5,000

23,093 7,059 31

$

7,119 37,302

25,315 7,250 33

6,500 6,500

$

20,000 20,000

$

53,530 15,751 28 6,630 26,903 102,842

$

7,732 40,330

$

-

$

330 721 26 360 176 90 352 44 62 2,161

$

40,285

$

105,003

Materials and Services Office Supplies/Materials Operating Supplies/Materials Communication & Transportation Publicity/Subscriptions/Dues Utility Services Professional Services Repair & Maintenance Travel & Training Other Purchased Services Insurance $

Actual FY 2015

1555 7,646 6,328 15,529 $

6,775

21,081 6,744

$

8/7/2015

-

$

-

$

201 578 40 201 201 82 82 116 80 145 1,726

34,382

$

37,302

$

42,056

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 232 of 484

Community Planning Division Community Planning Division  

FY 2016 

   

Purpose  The Community Planning Division provides for the development, administration and  enforcement of the City’s land use, development and zoning regulations and other provisions of  the City Code. These functions are performed by the City’s Planning and Building Department.    FY 2016 Objectives  The objective of the Community Planning Division for this budget year is to provide budget  authority for a broad range of planning activities including review, development and revision of  planning regulations, long‐range planning, processing land use and development applications,  and enforcement of land use, development and zoning regulations and other provisions of the  City Code.    Significant or changed appropriations during FY 2016 are:  Item/Project   Revenue Changes     Aggregate increase of all Planning revenues caused by increased activity in  recent years    Expenditure Changes     Partial cost of Wisconsin Avenue Corridor Plan – Planning will provide the  staff costs and labor for this project.   Consultant costs of up to $50,000 will  be paid from the Tax Increment Fund.   Capital Expenditure – Large Format Color Plotter   

      

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 233 of 484

Amount

$3,000

$10,000

General Fund Expenditures - 1000 Actual FY 2013

Expenditures

411800 Other General Govt Services

$

420540 Community Planning Personal Services 110 Salaries 112 Part-Time Wages 120 Overtime 130 Vacation/Sick Accrual 140 Employer Contributions

210 220 230 310 320 330 340 350 360 370 390 397 510 530 540

-

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2014 $

156,353 3,365

-

Budget FY 2015 $

172,153 3,530 619

60,309 220,027

$

1,783 1,016 307 1,028 402 4,482 5,259 4,079 513 4,354 1,094 19,363 6,696 413 104 50,892

$

104 73,608

$

56,450

$

-

$

-

$ $

Materials and Services Office Supplies/Materials Operating Supplies/Materials Repair & Maintenance Supplies Communication & Transportation Printing Publicity/Subscriptions/Dues Utility Services Professional Services Repair & Maintenance Services Travel & Training Other Purchased Services Contract Services Insurance Lease Special Assessments

$

1,338 3,584 2,534 1,636 39 6,113 5,521 27,248 5,314 7,099 616 7,178 5,284

270,919

$

322,388

97,143 322,599

$

1,500 4,500 650 1,500 500 7,300 6,000 5,000 8,000 4,500 1,000 10,000 6,000 0

Capital Outlay 940 Machinery & Equipment

Total Community Planning $

$

221,815 3,625 16

$

$

72,478 248,780

-

Actual FY 2015 -

204,788 4,688 65 85,482 295,023

Budget FY 2016 $

$

-

219,945 4,978 46 3,900 96,297 325,166

$

2,200 5,715 205 1,624 8,598 5,819 1,955 1,913 3,982 1,101 1,420 4,440 0 104 39,074 $

2,000 4,500 650 1,500 500 7,300 6,000 5,000 2,000 4,500 1,000 5,000 5,000 0 104 45,054

20,000 20,000

$

16,287 16,287

$

10,000 10,000

399,049

$

350,384

$

380,220

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 234 of 484

Community Agencies & Cemetery Services      

Community Agencies Division  Purpose  The Community Agencies Division provides budget authority to support various community  organizations.  These include the Eagle Bus Service, Big Mountain SNOW Bus, Golden Agers  Community Center, Whitefish Theatre Grant, O’Shaughnessy Center Insurance, Whitefish  Housing Authority, and property insurance for The Wave.      FY 2016 Objectives  The objective of the Community Agencies Division for this budget year is to provide budget  authority to support various community organizations, as described above.    In FY14, the City  began to reimburse the Whitefish Housing Authority for the Payment in lieu of taxes (PILT)  which the Housing Authority pays to the City for Mountain View Manor, an elderly and disabled  subsidized housing apartment building.     

Cemetery Services  Purpose  The Cemetery Division provides budget authority for the ongoing maintenance of the Whitefish  Cemetery.  The City operates a 7.0 acre cemetery on Hwy 93 North next to the golf course.   

FY 2016 Objectives  The objective of the Cemetery Division this fiscal year is to provide budget authority for the  maintenance of the Whitefish Cemetery.   The City is pursuing purchasing land for a new  Cemetery.   The City is continuing to budget $2,000 for additional water testing on possible  sites.     

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 235 of 484

General Fund Expenditures - 1000 Actual FY 2013

Expenditures

790 790 790 730 790 510 510

Community Agencies Materials and Services Eagle Bus Service Big Mountain Snow Bus Golden Agers Cmmnty Center Cultural Arts Grant Pass Through Whitefish Housing Authority O'Shaughnessy Center Insurance WAVE Property Insurance Total Community Agencies $

430900 Cemetery Services Personal Services 110 Salaries 120 Overtime 130 Vacation/Sick Accrual 140 Employer Contributions

$

701 225

$ 220 230 330 340 350 390 510

Actual FY 2014

9,300 7,500 1,500 7,631 3,009 8,348 37,288

Materials and Services Operating Supplies Repair/Maintenance Supplies Publicity/Subscriptions/Dues Utility Services Professional Services Other Purchased Services Insurance $

330 1,256

820 820 820 820

Transfers to Other Funds Trans to Library Fund Trans to Parks and Rec Fund Trans to Law Enforcement Fund Trans to Fire & Ambulance Fund

$

748 546

$

458 1,752

9,300 7,500 1,500 9,500 11,000 2,600 7,100 48,500

Actual FY 2015

$

754 690

$

263 1,707

9,300 7,500 1,500 12,020 2,631 7,298 40,249

Budget FY 2016

$

9,300 7,500 1,500 10,000 12,500 2,700 7,100 50,600

$

3,391 266 1,200 1,009 5,866

755 218

$

273 1,246

$

476 136 636 671 200 4,373 31 6,523

382 564

1,000 3,000

6,210 35 8,177

$

200 1,095 2,892 30 5,163

1,000 2,000 2,000 50 9,050

$

60,585

9,433

$

6,915

$

10,757

$

7,769

$

14,921

-

$

6,579 6,579

$

10,000 10,000

$

-

$

17,500 17,500

34,371 693,919 1,885,000 815,000 $ 3,428,290

$

34,371 651,238 2,085,000 835,000 3,605,609

510900 Operating Contingency 870 Operating Contingency $

9,300 7,500 1,500 11,850 10,901 2,550 7,075 50,676

Budget FY 2015

92 1,840

Capital Outlay 930 Improvements Total Cemetery Services $

8/10/2015

$

-

1,000 3,000

$

-

1,000 2,000 2,000 55 9,055 -

34,371 536,106 1,795,000 494,594 $ 2,860,071

34,371 603,000 1,845,000 575,000 $ 3,057,371

$

34,371 693,919 1,885,000 815,000 3,428,290

Total Non-Departmental $ 2,860,071

$ 3,063,950

$

3,438,290

$ 3,428,290

$

3,623,109

Total Expenditures $ 3,658,367

$ 3,945,041

$

4,436,942

$ 4,332,902

$

4,612,501

Ending Cash Balance (Reserves)

$

546,714

$

552,589

Total General Fund

$

4,983,656

$

5,165,090

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 236 of 484

General Fund Expenditures - 1000

8/10/2015

Actual FY 2013

Actual FY 2014

544,294 254,003 2,860,071 3,658,367

584,765 296,326 60,585 6,579 3,057,371 4,005,626

684,239 294,413 20,000 10,000 3,428,290 4,436,942

647,160 240,368 16,287 3,428,290 4,332,104

787,352 192,040 10,000 17,500 3,605,609 4,612,501

110 111 112 120 130 140

374,268 23,277 3,197 143,552

398,390 22,770 4,673 31 158,901

461,139 24,413 5,044 33 193,610

442,024 24,884 4,978 175,274

509,695 34,541 4,373 19,730 219,013

210 220 230 310 320 330 340 350 360 370 390 397 510 530 540 730 790 880

3,281 6,048 2,320 2,758 402 4,805 9,934 112,596 4,247 9,002 12,216 20,507 26,295 413 205 7,631 18,300 13,044

3,313 7,891 3,325 2,516 39 7,137 10,636 145,150 8,948 11,503 8,746 8,504 21,007 205 11,850 29,201 16,355

4,643 18,283 4,870 3,642 740 10,104 16,369 125,133 10,644 11,258 12,306 11,802 24,423 209 9,500 29,300 1,187

5,114 9,443 1,129 2,641 10,313 11,600 104,085 6,641 7,670 16,455 2,850 19,278 206 30,320 12,623

5,333 11,022 4,882 3,666 735 10,515 16,549 36,051 7,684 11,643 12,449 6,903 23,476 332 10,000 30,800 -

940

20,000

16,287

10,000

870

10,000

-

17,500

820

3,428,290

3,428,290

3,605,609

4,436,942

4,332,104

4,612,501

Expenditures

Total General Fund Personal Services Materials and Services Capital Outlay Contingency Transfers

Budget FY 2015

Actual FY 2015

Budget FY 2016

Personal Services

Materials and Services

Capital Outlay Contingency Transfers

Total

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 237 of 484

Library Fund      

Purpose  Title 22, Chapter 1, Part 3 of the Montana Code Annotated provides for the establishment and  laws related to free public libraries.   The Whitefish Community Library was created as a City  Library via Resolution 10‐48 on November 15, 2010 after the City Council had voted to  terminate an Interlocal Agreement with the Flathead County Library Board of Trustees for the  consolidated county‐wide library service.  This fund provides for the collection of property  taxes, donations, fines and other revenues and the appropriations for the Whitefish Community  Library.      FY 2016 Objectives  The objective of the Library Fund for this fiscal year is to provide budget authority for the  Whitefish Community Library.      Significant policy issues in the FY 2016 Budget are:    Item/Project Amount Revenue Changes    Misc donations, fundraising, & grants    Expenditure Changes    Operating contingency continued increase is due to the increase in  property tax revenue of 0.8 mill in FY 2015  

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 238 of 484

$25,000

$36,500

Library Fund - 2220 Actual FY 2013

Revenues

311010 311020

8/7/2015

Taxes Real Property Taxes Personal Property Taxes

113,815 1,205 $ 115,020

$

Actual FY 2014

$

113,230 1,080 114,310

$

141,814

$

2,640 2,640

$

12,125 $ 12,125

$

12,182 12,182

365010

40,229 $ 40,229

$

383004

34,371 $ 34,371

Total Fund Revenue $ 201,745

Charges for Services Library Collections Miscellaneous Revenue Private Gifts and Bequests Other Financing Sources General Fund Operating Transfer

101000 Beginning Available Cash Total Resources

-

Actual FY 2015

141,814

Budget FY 2016

$

141,480 703 142,183

$

145,543

2,353 2,353

$

4,716 4,716

$

2,353 2,353

$

12,500 12,500

$

11,800 11,800

$

12,500 12,500

65,104 65,104

$

18,000 18,000

$

40,329 40,329

$

25,000 25,000

$

34,371 34,371

$

34,371 34,371

$

34,371 34,371

$

34,371 34,371

$

228,606

$

209,038

$

233,400

$

219,767

$

59,348

$

100,131

$

268,386

$

319,898

Intergovernmental 334100 State Aid

346070

Budget FY 2015

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 239 of 484

145,543

Library Fund - 2220

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

Expenditures

Actual FY 2014

Budget FY 2015

Actual FY 2015

Budget FY 2016

460120 110 112 120 140

Personal Services Salaries Permanent Part Time Overtime Employer Contributions

210 220 221 229 230 310 330 340 360 362 370 390 397 510 540 880

Materials and Services Office Supplies/Materials Operating Supplies Library Materials Library Materials Processing Repair & Maintenance Supplies Communication & Transportation Publicity, Subscriptions & Dues Utility Services Repair & Maintenance Services Office Machinery & Computers Travel & Training Other Purchased Services Contracted Services Insurance Special Assessments-Co. Land Fill Administrative Costs

47,672 52,631 36,887 $ 137,190

$

49,024 49,970 60 34,357 133,411

$

51,802 55,084 65 41,290 148,241

$

51,882 49,435 1,053 29,133 131,503

958 7,640 164

2,375 5,924 2,747

5,600 12,400 5,000

1,046 3,516 1,632 14,321 5,867

284 2,524 8,997 14,663 8,854

800 4,800 4,800 13,960 2,100

2,675 674 560 6,806

1,924

$

1,805 3,659 10,713 1,274 4,487 5,716 13,674 8,642 540 1,928 1,480 638 4,528 189 2,741 62,014

-

$

54,009 65,012 818 33,049 152,888

$

3,000 5,000 9,000 3,000 500 6,000 6,200 16,000 2,800 1,000 3,000 1,400 750 5,654 200 3,077 66,581

$

36,500 36,500

$

255,969

$

3,000 360 920 5,254 200 3,223 62,417

$

21,799 21,799

$

$

232,457

$

Ending Available Cash

$

35,929

$

63,929

Total Fund

$

268,386

$

319,898

3,338 $ 49,196

$

781 5,253 189 3,818 58,333

$

$

-

870 Operating Contingency -

Total Expenditures $ 186,386

$

191,744

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 240 of 484

-

193,517

Law Enforcement Fund Law Enforcement Fund  

FY 2016 

   

Purpose  The Law Enforcement Fund provides the primary financial support for the City Police  Department.  The Department provides policing services through a staff of 16 sworn officers  (including the Chief of Police), and a part‐time parking enforcement officer.      FY 2016 Objectives  The objective of the Law Enforcement Fund for this fiscal year is to provide budget authority for  the Police Department.      Significant or changed appropriations during FY 2016 are:    Item/Project

Amount

Revenue Changes   Continued COPS Grant for School Resource Officer at School District #44 

$48,000

 School District #44 matching funds for COPS SRO Grant 

$20,835

 MDT Equipment Grant 

$23,000

 Increased transfer from General Fund taxes 

$200,000

Expenditure Changes   Salary and Benefits for SRO  

$62,735

 3 in‐car video systems and a new radar wagon (grant funded) 

$23,000

 New Police car with light bar and equipment (less 1 trade in) 

$27,000

 

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 241 of 484

Law Enforcement Fund - 2300 Revenues

334012 334091 331000 334151 336020 337010 337014 337015 337018 337019

342010

362000 365000

381070 383004

Intergovernmental Traffic Safety Grant 10,700 DOT Overtime Reimbursement 9,892 Federal Grants - Vests MDT Equipment Grant Offset for State Payment to MPORS 279,398 Reimbursement - Drug TF Overtime Drug Task Force Grant 75,567 COPS Hiring Grant 35,580 Stone Garden Federal Grant 3,034 School District 44 Reimbursement SRO $ 416,697 Charges for Services Contract Charges - School Events $ Miscellaneous Revenue Misc. Law Enforcement Collections 15,098 Contributions 2,500 $ 17,598 Other Financing Sources Loan Proceeds General Fund Operating Transfer 1,795,000 $ 1,795,000 Total Fund Revenue $ 2,229,295

101000 Beginning Available Cash Total Resources

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

Actual FY 2014

Budget FY 2015

20,000 25,000

5,860

237,398 6,854 72,405 382 1,527 $

324,425

$

-

$

10,252 3,000 13,252

Actual FY 2015

$

33,000 258,435 7,453 75,000 52,000 41,900 14,855 527,643

$

-

$

16,000 16,000

$

2,014 20,284 1,558 15,660 253,352 4,539 67,529 42,939 20,835 12,601 441,311

$

-

$

12,668 12,668

Budget FY 2016

$

20,000 2,000 23,000 273,625 7,500 75,000 48,000 25,000 20,835 494,960

$

-

$

16,000 16,000

16,399 1,845,000 $ 1,845,000

1,885,000 $ 1,885,000

1,885,000 $ 1,885,000

2,085,000 $ 2,085,000

$ 2,182,677

$ 2,428,643

$ 2,338,979

$ 2,595,960

$

38,541

$ 2,467,184

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$

-

$ 2,595,960

Law Enforcement Fund - 2300

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

Expenditures

Actual FY 2014

Budget FY 2015

Actual FY 2015

Budget FY 2016

420100 110 112 120 120 130 140 145

Personal Services Salaries Part-Time Wages Overtime Reimbursed Overtime Vacation/Sick Accrual Employer Contributions Offset State Pymnt to MPORS

210 220 230 310 330 340 350 360 370 390 397 510 530 540 880

Materials and Services Office Supplies/Materials Operating Supplies/Materials Repair/Maintenance Supplies Postage & Freight Publicity/Subscriptions/Dues Utility Services Professional Services Repair & Maintenance Travel & Training Other Purchased Services Contracted Workers Insurance Rent Special Assessments-put in utilities Administrative Expense

951,304 40,877 60,290

965,110 49,388 63,619

1,036,970 42,072 62,975 20,000

1,002,813 61,202 66,353 -

394,695 279,398 $ 1,726,564

417,720 237,398 $ 1,733,235

480,991 258,435 $ 1,901,443

$

442,996 253,352 1,826,715

1,101,567 49,834 44,770 45,000 3,950 509,772 273,625 $ 2,028,518

3,694 59,421 44,481 839 1,206 30,261 5,941 38,544 11,842 131,367 56,159 47,893 1,200

3,478 60,804 51,159 1,048 1,311 30,636 5,803 42,076 17,438 137,071 54,606 36,043 1,200 429 39,088 482,190

$

7,000 68,800 55,000 1,200 33,600 7,000 50,000 18,500 144,000 57,000 38,000 1,100 37,273 518,473

$

2,752 52,391 32,011 915 1,664 30,272 35,703 49,358 15,384 137,224 63,451 26,820 1,200 429 30,357 479,930

$

7,200 73,800 46,000 1,300 2,000 33,000 8,000 53,000 22,000 136,500 57,000 28,000 1,200 450 34,762 504,212

$

3,400

$

5,542

$

5,566

$

3,392 79,653 83,044

$

50,000 50,000

-

$

2,000

$ 610/620 Debt Service

$

-

$ $

-

$

40,591 40,591

$

46,680 46,680

$

31,800 31,800

$

-

$

-

$

2,000

$

$ 2,457,116

$

Capital Outlay 920 Buildings 940 Machinery & Equipment

Operating Contingency

35,127 467,975

Total Fund Expenditures $ 2,235,131

$ 2,262,105

2,395,231

$ 2,590,296

Ending Available Cash

10,068

5,664

Total Law Enforcement

$ 2,467,184

$ 2,595,960

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 243 of 484

Victim & Witness Assistance Fund ‐ 2917     

Purpose  The Victim and Witness Assistance Fund provides budget authority to comply with Montana  House Bill 257, adopted during the 1999 Legislative Session.  The bill requires cities to establish  a fund to account for a Victim and Witness Assistance Fine to be assessed on those convicted of  misdemeanor and felony charges.  Funds collected through assessments shall be used to pay  restitution and to assist the victims and witnesses of criminal acts.      FY 2016 Objectives  The objective of the Victim and Witness Assistance Fund for this fiscal year is to administer the  requirements of the Montana Victim and Witness Assistance Statute.   

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 244 of 484

Crime Victims Assistance Fund - 2917 Actual FY 2013

Revenues 351015

Victim & Witness Prgrm Fines Total Fund Revenue $

8,172 8,172

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2014

$

6,560 6,560

Budget FY 2015

$

15,000 15,000

Beginning Available Cash

$

6,829 6,829

Budget FY 2016

$

49

Actual FY 2012

Expenditures 410370 Materials and Services 725 Crime Victim's Assistance $ Ending Available Cash

Actual FY 2015

8,171 8,171

Actual FY 2014

$

6,560 6,560

49

Budget FY 2015

$

15,000 15,000

$

49

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 245 of 484

15,000 15,000

Actual FY 2015

$

6,829 6,829

Budget FY 2016

$

15,000 15,000

$

49

Fire and Ambulance Fund     

Purpose  The purpose of the Fire and Ambulance Fund is to provide budget authority for the delivery of  fire prevention and suppression, rescue services, and ambulance and advanced life support  services to the City of Whitefish, the rural fire service area, and surrounding areas.    FY 2016 Objectives  The objective of the Fire and Ambulance Fund for this fiscal year is to provide fire suppression,  fire and accident rescue, hazardous materials incident response, fire code enforcement,  ambulance and advanced life support service, and community education on related issues.    Significant policy issues in the FY 2016 Budget are:     The four years of SAFER grant revenue that helped fund six new firefighters has ended.    Whitefish fire and ambulance equipment has aged to point of reducing safety and  increasing maintenance costs. This budget anticipates borrowing from the State  Intercap Loan program to fund to costs of the equipment.    Significant or changed appropriations during FY 2016 are:  Item/Project

Amount

Revenue Changes   Loan Proceeds 

$300,000

 Increased transfer of property taxes and cash balance from General Fund    Expenditure Changes   Fire –  Capital Expenditure – SCBA Replacement including 35 packs  (regulator, bottle, and face mask), 30 spare bottles, and 40 face masks,  bags, and regulators   Ambulance –  Capital Expenditure – Replace 3 EMS Monitors    

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 246 of 484

$20,000

$275,000 $75,000

Fire and Ambulance Fund - 2340 Revenues

311010 311020

Taxes Real Property Taxes Personal Property Taxes $

507,114 7,935 515,049

$

78,141 250 78,391

$

58,590 326,751 32,138 417,479

Licenses and Permits 323015 Fire Prevention Program Fee 323051 Burning Permits Intergovernmental 331107 SAFER Grant 336020 Offset for State Pymnt to FURS 338050 Countywide Ambulance Assessment

342020 342031 342050 342055

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

Charges for Services Rural Fire Service Assessment Federal Wildland Firefighting Ambulance Services RescueCare Ambulance Prog

Budget FY 2015

Actual FY 2014

$

503,245 4,802 508,047

$

108,042 400 108,442

$

353,918 56,830 410,748

$

540,956 8,000 548,956

$

100,000 300 100,300

$

374,682 65,000 439,682

$

227,000 1,000,000 30,000 1,257,000

$

2,500 2,500

225,709 891,494 29,651 $ 1,146,854

227,000 12,159 1,000,763 26,121 $ 1,266,043

$

5,440 100,000 105,440

$

59,382 250 59,632

$

494,594 494,594

$

356,233 575,000 931,233

$

504,547 815,000 1,319,547

$ 3,284,145

$

3,667,985

Miscellaneous Revenue 362000 Miscellaneous Income 365000 Contributions Other Financing Sources 381070 Loan Proceeds 383004 General Fund Operating Transfer

Total Fund Revenue $ 2,757,807 101000 Beginning Available Cash Total Resources

Budget FY 2016

Actual FY 2015

$

559,902 3,124 563,026

$

504,174 8,000 512,174

$

106,817 425 107,242

$

130,000 300 130,300

$

355,777 60,719 416,496

$

384,524 65,000 449,524

$

229,585 1,046,400 29,581 1,305,566

$

260,000 1,100,000 20,000 1,380,000

$

11,669 950 12,619

$

5,000 5,000

$

493,659 815,000 1,308,659

$

300,000 835,000 1,135,000

$

3,713,608

$

3,611,998

299,865 $

3,967,850

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 247 of 484

308,127 $

3,920,125

Fire and Ambulance Fund - 2340 Actual FY 2013

Expenditures 420400 Fire and Rescue Personal Services 110 Salaries 112 Permanent Part-time 120 Overtime 120 Scheduled Overtime 130 Vacation/Sick Accrual 140 Employer Contributions 146 State Contribution to FURS 147 Med Deduction Reimbursement 190 Other Personal Services

210 220 230 310 320 330 340 350 360 370 380 390 510 540 880

$

349,834 1,686 30,054 139,710 114,081 8,870 644,235

$

738 37,428 23,599 241 2,103 16,955 10,262 15,273 1,912 6,293 6,887 24,313 13,905 159,908

Materials and Services Office Supplies/Materials Operating Supplies/Materials Repair & Maintenance Supplies Communication & Transportation Printing, Duplicating, Binding Publicity/Subscriptions/Dues Utility Services Professional Services Repair and Maintenance Travel & Training Training Services Other Purchased Services Insurance Special Assessments Administrative Services

610/620 Debt Service

$

-

$

42,905 42,905

Total Fire $

847,048

Capital Outlay Building 940 Equipment

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2014

$

409,375 1,881 36,001 158,600 121,789 528 23,226 751,400

$

878 27,824 31,153 421 1,660 14,461 3,517 50,244 5,332 2,959 7,299 17,767 214 15,855 179,584

$

$

-

224,348 224,348

$ 1,155,332

Budget FY 2015

$

431,623 1,813 33,752 915 172,552 135,950 20,000 796,606

Actual FY 2015

$

447,205 1,923 42,060 173,339 129,076 813 5,532 799,947

$

1,000 39,000 42,000 250 3,900 15,000 14,900 19,700 6,000 14,000 6,600 18,000 14,403 194,753

$

37,500

$

574,547 574,547

$ 1,603,405

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 248 of 484

Budget FY 2016

$

468,930 2,016 37,138 935 3,950 187,216 142,274 10,000 852,459

$

1,485 25,332 27,561 487 112 1,923 15,385 6,798 43,951 5,884 2,303 6,955 17,324 214 12,251 167,965

$

1,000 40,000 20,000 100 250 2,500 15,000 6,000 40,000 4,500 10,000 7,211 21,000 14,031 181,592

$

26,170

$

116,536

$

1,736 584,130 585,866

$

275,000 275,000

$ 1,579,948

$ 1,425,588

Fire and Ambulance Fund - 2340 Actual FY 2014

Budget FY 2015

Actual FY 2015

Budget FY 2016

652,162 67,461 258,838 212,670 25,316 $ 1,216,447

734,011 82,898 292,145 232,128 31,953 $ 1,373,135

773,689 78,086 2,135 320,373 241,689 30,000 $ 1,445,973

708,728 96,970 292,359 226,701 13,100 $ 1,337,857

768,708 85,560 2,183 325,495 242,250 20,000 $ 1,444,196

1,173 36,003 23,368 1,325 3,509 30,528 18,562 31,065 89 5,755 16,396 36,201 25,344 229,318

2,003 45,781 30,223 1,689 2,160 25,363 7,578 49,000 5,150 6,403 17,037 25,472 517 28,699 247,075

$

2,000 44,500 40,000 2,500 2,500 35,500 29,400 14,000 5,000 8,000 15,400 24,000 26,638 249,438

$

2,578 32,671 25,806 3,503 3,214 26,454 15,934 31,434 2,803 5,682 20,480 20,440 517 22,659 214,175

$

1,750 38,000 33,000 2,000 2,000 35,000 21,000 17,500 4,000 8,000 16,825 21,000 23,808 223,883

$

32,000

$

31,606

$

31,898

$

70,000 300,000 20,000 15,000 405,000

$

178,121 311,774 6,336 8,243 504,473

$

115,000 300,000 10,000 10,000 435,000

$

75,000 75,000

Expenditures 420730 Ambulance Personal Services 110 Salaries 112 Part-Time Wages 120 Overtime 120 Scheduled Overtime 140 Employer Contributions 146 State Contribution to FURS 190 Other Personal Services

210 220 230 310 330 340 350 360 370 380 390 510 540 880

Materials and Services Office Supplies/Materials Operating Supplies/Materials Repair & Maintenance Supplies Communication & Transportation Publicity/Subscriptions/Dues Utility Services Professional Services Repair and Maintenance Travel & Training Training Services Other Purchased Services Insurance Special Assessments Administrative Expense $

610/620 Debt Service 810 811 812 813

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

$

Accounts Payable Adjustments Bad Debt Expense Medicare/Medicaid Adjustment Rescue Care Benefits City Resident $

-

$

137,333 301,832 8,822 4,228 452,215

Capital Outlay 920 Buildings 940 Equipment

$

-

$

164,538 361,813 7,669 13,760 547,780

$

169,970 169,970

4,050 $

-

$

-

$

4,050

Total Ambulance $ 1,897,980

$ 2,337,960

$ 2,132,411

$ 2,092,162

$ 2,209,977

Total Expenditures $ 2,745,028

$ 3,493,292

$ 3,735,816

$ 3,672,110

$ 3,635,565

Ending Available Cash

$

232,034

Total Fund

$ 3,967,850

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 249 of 484

$

284,560

$ 3,920,125

Fire and Ambulance Fund - 2340

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

Actual FY 2014

Budget FY 2015

Actual FY 2015

Budget FY 2016

1,860,682 389,226 42,905 452,215 2,745,028

2,124,535 426,659 394,318 547,780 3,493,292

2,242,579 444,191 69,500 574,547 405,000 3,735,816

2,137,804 382,140 57,777 589,916 504,473 3,672,110

2,296,655 405,475 148,434 350,000 435,000 3,635,565

110 112 120 130 140 146 190

1,001,996 1,686 97,515 398,548 326,751 34,186

1,143,386 1,881 118,899 450,745 354,445 55,179

1,205,312 1,813 114,889 492,925 377,640 50,000

1,155,933 1,923 139,029 465,699 355,777 18,631

1,237,638 2,016 125,816 3,950 512,711 384,524 30,000

210 220 230 310 320 330 340 350 360 370 380 390 510 540 880

1,911 73,431 46,967 1,566 5,612 47,483 28,824 46,338 2,001 12,048 23,283 60,513 39,249

2,881 73,605 61,376 2,110 3,820 39,824 11,095 99,244 10,482 9,362 24,336 43,239 731 44,554

3,000 83,500 82,000 2,750 6,400 50,500 44,300 33,700 11,000 22,000 22,000 42,000 41,041

4,062 58,003 53,368 3,990 5,137 41,839 22,732 75,385 8,688 7,985 27,435 37,764 1 34,910

2,750 78,000 53,000 2,100 250 4,500 50,000 27,000 57,500 8,500 18,000 24,036 42,000 37,839

-

-

69,500

57,777

148,434

137,333 301,832 8,822 4,228

164,538 361,813 7,669 13,760

70,000 300,000 20,000 15,000

178,121 311,774 6,336 8,243

115,000 300,000 10,000 10,000

920 940

42,905

394,318

574,547

4,050 584,130

350,000

960

-

-

-

-

-

2,745,028

3,493,292

3,735,816

3,668,719

3,635,565

Expenditures Total Fire & Amb Fund Personal Services Materials and Services Debt Service Capital Outlay Contingency Account Payable Adjustment Personal Services

Materials and Services

Debt Service Accounts Payable Adjustments 810 811 812 813 Capital Outlay

Contingency

Total

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 250 of 484

Building Code Fund      

Purpose  The Building Code Program Fund provides budget authority to administer the City’s Building  Code Program and also the contract for Building Code services for the City of Columbia Falls.    Administration of the Building Codes Program is provided by the Planning and Building  Department.    FY 2016 Objectives  The objective of the Building Code Program Fund for this fiscal year is to promote dependable  and safe buildings and structures through the implementation and enforcement of the  International Building Code, International Plumbing Code, International Mechanical Code, and  National Electric Code within the City of Whitefish.      During the Great Recession of 2008 and ensuring years, the City’s General Fund lent a total of  $460,978 to the Building Code program. The loan was used to provide funding for the program  until such time that the building activity and building permit revenues started to rebound.   This  loan has partially been repaid during FY 2013, FY 2014, and FY 2015. The balance at the  beginning of FY 2016 is $21,158, which is expected to be paid in full in FY 2016.    The FY 2016 budget proposes a continuation of increased building activity and workload for the  Department. A new part‐time customer service clerk is also included that would assist both the  Building and Planning Department.    Significant or changed appropriations during FY 2016 are:     

Item/Project 

         Amount 

Revenue Changes  

Increased revenue from plan reviews and building permits 

$80,000



Increased revenue from Columbia Falls inspection contract 

$10,000

  Expenditure Changes   One new pickup truck 

$25,000

          City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 251 of 484

Building Code Fund       Building Permits

New Housing Units

292 240

233

187

185

217

161 140

142

144

128

154

131 74 35 2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

60

43

26

14 2004

171

2011

2012

75

2013

93

2014

Calendar Year   

Building Codes ‐ Licenses & Permits Yearly Totals  $600,000

 $500,000

 $400,000

 $300,000

 $200,000

 $100,000

 $‐ 2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Budget 2016

        City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 252 of 484

Building Code Fund - 2394 Revenues

323010 323011 323012 323013 323017

342041

362000

Licenses and Permits Building Plan Review Building Permits Electrical Permits Plumbing Permits Mechanical Permits

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

Actual FY 2014

Budget FY 2015

134,656 141,109 33,824 20,546 18,091 $ 348,226

196,818 195,310 40,314 29,172 30,157 $ 491,771

160,000 160,000 40,000 30,000 30,000 $ 420,000

$

190,191 190,493 39,906 26,640 28,604 475,834

Charges for Services Col. Falls Building Codes Contract

Actual FY 2015

Budget FY 2016

200,000 200,000 50,000 40,000 40,000 $ 530,000

$

32,175 32,175

$

71,844 71,844

$

40,000 40,000

$

69,811 69,811

$

50,000 50,000

$

957 957

$

1,539 1,539

$

1,500 1,500

$

1,879 1,879

$

2,000 2,000

$ 461,500

$

547,524

Miscellaneous Revenue Miscellaneous Revenue

Total Fund Revenue $ 381,358

$ 565,154

Beginning Available Cash

$

1,670

Total Resources

$ 463,170

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$ 582,000 $

13,110

$ 595,110

Building Code Fund - 2394 Expenditures 420530 - Construction Inspection Personal Services 110 Salaries 112 Part-time Wages 120 Overtime 130 Vacation/Sick Accrual 140 Employer Contributions

210 220 230 310 320 330 340 350 360 370 397 510 540 880

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

Materials and Services Office Supplies/Materials Operating Supplies Repair & Maintenance Supplies Postage & Freight Printing Publicity/Subscriptions/Dues Utility Services Professional Services Repair and Maintenance Travel & Training Contracted Workers Insurance Special Assessments Administrative Expense

Actual FY 2014

168,014

183,456

192,646

156

190

201

75,507 $ 243,677

80,639 $ 264,285

1,801 1,073 5,295 210 1,718 5,459 408 2,164 1,189 4,976 5,785 6,297 $ 36,374

$

843 2,739 10,709 47 11 2,348 5,539 5,674 1,776 234 10,172 104 7,817 48,013

$

-

Capital Outlay 940 Machinery & Equipment

$

-

Total Construction Inspection $ 280,051 510700 - Columbia Falls Building Codes Personal Services 110 Salaries 130 Vacation/Sick Accrual 140 Employer Contributions

Budget FY 2015

22,405 11,040 $ 33,445

$

192,261 27 244 92,744 285,275

$

2,000 3,000 6,000 350 100 1,800 5,500 2,900 3,500 4,000 5,100 100 6,884 41,234

$ $

$

8,031 24,731

3,261 1,064 4,325

Total Columbia Falls Contract $ 37,770

$

$

1,670 2,334 4,831 2,234 5,550 3,152 1,665 20 4,158 104 5,607 31,325

$

2,000 3,000 6,000 250 100 3,000 5,300 2,900 3,600 4,000 3,000 5,100 105 7,420 45,775

50,000 50,000

$

40,447 40,447

$

25,000 25,000

369,025

$

357,048

$

439,357

$

24,104 1,850 12,749 38,703

84,944 277,791

16,700

Budget FY 2016

224,034 1,778 272 37,120 105,378 368,582

$

-

$ 312,298

Actual FY 2015

17,470

$

9,849 27,323

$

400 3,000 725 4,125

$

2,771 421 3,192

$

400 3,000 725 4,125

28,939

$

29,975

$

30,516

$

42,828

$ 341,237

$

399,000

$

387,563

$

482,185

Ending Available Cash

$

64,170

$

112,925

Total Building Code Fund

$

463,170

$

595,110

Materials and Services 220 Operating Supplies/Materials 230 Repair & Maintenance Supplies 510 Insurance $

Total Fund Expenditures $ 317,822

$

8,380 25,850

$

3,482 726 4,208

$

17,474

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 254 of 484

Parks, Recreation, & Community Services Parks, Recreation, & Community Services  

FY 2016 

   

Parks & Recreation Department Mission Statement    The mission of the City of Whitefish Parks and Recreation Department is to maintain a healthy,  diverse, sustainable, and interactive environment for our residents, visitors, and future generations  with dedication, pride, and respect for our community.  As stewards of Whitefish, through  proactive involvement, efficiency, communication, and understanding, we will go above and  beyond our duties as City employees to enhance the overall quality of life for the citizens of  Whitefish.    Purpose    The purpose of the Parks, Recreation and Community Services Fund is to provide the budgetary  authority necessary to maintain the parks, trails and property owned by the City, operate  community facilities, provide recreational programs, and provide other beautification and  community services as needed.    FY 2016 Objectives  The objectives of the Parks, Recreation and Community Services Fund for this fiscal year are to    

(1) maintain and, where appropriate, operate various City facilities.  These include the  Stumptown Ice Den, Mountain Trails Park, Roy Duff Memorial Armory Center, Armory Park,  Credit Union Park, City Hall building and grounds, City Beach, Soroptimist Park, Baker Park,  Riverside Park, Creekwood Park, Grouse Mountain Park, Memorial Ball Park perimeter, Jack  Zerr Fields, Canoe Park, Kay Beller Park, Crestwood Park, Riverwood Park, the  Baker/Wisconsin Street Viaduct, S. Baker Avenue right‐of‐way, W. Edgewood Place right‐of‐ way, property at 2nd and Spokane Avenue, Greenwood Drive property, Central Avenue  Medium, and the grounds of the Whitefish Cultural Arts Center, Whitefish Library, and City  Wastewater Plant.  The Department also maintains the various sections of the Whitefish  Trail.  (2) provide a series of recreation programs and special events.  (3) provide maintenance for boulevard trees and pre‐planting administration.   (4) maintain the Hwy. 93 right‐of‐way landscape, and provide weed spraying services on City  property and right‐of‐ways as needed.  (5) provide other general beautification and community services as needed.   

              City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 255 of 484

Parks, Recreation, & Community Services Parks, Recreation, & Community Services  

FY 2016 

   

Significant or changed appropriations during FY 2016 are:  Item/Project

Amount

 

Revenue Changes   Increase in budgeted Ice Rink Rentals due to the rate increase approved by Council  of $20/hour for FY 2016.    Increase of the Greenways & Parkland Assessment  

$221,915 $55,000

 

Expenditure Changes   New Park Maintenance position fund by the FY 2015 increase in the Greenways &  Parkland Assessment of $60,000   Increase in seasonal staff wages   Increase in overall expenditures at the Ice Rink    Capital Outlay – Mower   Capital Outlay – Mower Trailer    Capital Outlay – Ice Rink Compressor   

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 256 of 484

$57,313 $20,000 $152,116 $18,000 $9,000 $12,000

Parks and Recreation Fund Revenue - 2210 Actual FY 2013

Revenues

322015

Licenses and Permits Alcohol Consumption Permit

334000 334001 334002

Intergovernmental Grants WF Trail O&M Grants FWP Fishing Lease - WF Trail

346014 346015 346016 346017 346030 346033 346035 346037 346039 346041 346043 346044 346045 346007 346022 346085 346086 346087 346057 346054 346009 346402

Charges for Services Beach Concessions Beach Gazebo Rental Boat Launch Passes Beach Floatation Rentals Hockey Tournaments Ice Rink Admissions Ice Rink Advertising Ice Rink Concessions Ice Rink Pro Shop Ice Rink Rentals Ice Rink Season Passes Ice - Adult Hockey Fees Ice Skating Lessons After School Program Summer Day Camp Adult Programs Youth Programs Adult Softball Special Events Saddle Club Rental Armory Rental Facility Usage Revenue

361020 362000 362007 363010 363040 365000 365001

383004 381070

$

310 310

$

5,162 5,162

$

16,119 2,015 6,455 2,560 41,605 43,044 10,950 22,120 22,189 128,770 27,637 11,289 49,476 71,688 9,622 21,691 1,465 1,225 11,693 5,535 507,148

Miscellaneous Revenue Verizon Cell Tower Lease Miscellaneous Revenue Program Guide Revenue Greenwys & Prklnd Assessmnt P&I Special Assessments Contributions & Donations WF Trail Oper Rev (net of City staff time contribution) $

12,703 219,589

$

536,106 69,599 605,705

Total Fund Revenue $ 1,337,914

Total Resources

$

460 460

$

3,450 7,000 10,450

$

15,352 2,540 4,995 16,350 64,854 56,241 10,500 30,921 21,071 174,579 21,849 58 79,731 85,555 18,683 17,189 9,042 4,400 633,909

20,362 9,120 187,621 1,286 1,200

Other Financing Sources Op. Transfer from Gen. Fund Loan Proceeds

101000 Beginning Available Cash

Actual FY 2014

Budget FY 2015

$

500 500

$

7,000 15,500 3,500 10,500

$

17,000 1,750 7,000 17,000 56,000 45,000 16,000 27,000 22,000 142,415 20,000 15,300 101,010 91,528 19,900 35,550 7,200 3,500 10,500 2,400 658,053

419 2,740 175,845 649 55,000

$

22,500 257,153

$

603,000 70,212 673,212

$ 1,575,184

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2015

$

540 540

$

11,924 3,500 15,424

$

14,325 3,180 7,483 11,685 90 49,161 10,179 28,203 19,281 298,527 3,491 20 66,339 86,280 2,259 17,539 1,823 7,615 9,891 637,371

18,000 4,000 6,000 245,000 1,000 26,000

$

35,031 335,031

$

693,919 693,919

$ 1,698,003 $

325

$ 1,698,328

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Budget FY 2016

$

350 350

$

7,000 3,500 10,500

$

4,500 2,200 5,000 2,000 52,553 30,000 38,000 19,000 364,330 3,900 100,850 95,215 2,030 27,550 3,500 8,000 6,500 765,128

18,000 1,373 3,030 239,689 677 1,400

$

45,516 309,685

$

693,919 693,919

$ 1,656,939

18,000 2,000 2,500 300,000 1,000 1,000

$

58,140 382,640

$

651,238 651,238

$ 1,809,856 $

121,621

$ 1,931,477

Parks & Recreation Fund - 2210 Expenditures 430255 Bicycle Path Maint. Program Personal Services 110 Salaries 111 Part-time/Seasonal Wages 120 Overtime 130 Vacation/Sick Accrual 140 Employer Contributions

Actual FY 2014

7,231 3,174

$ 220 230 330 350 360 510 530

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

Materials and Services Operating Supplies Repair & Maintenance Supplies Publicity/Subscriptions/Dues Professional Services Repair & Maintenance Services Insurance Rent

3,308 13,713

Budget FY 2015

7,168 5,103

$

3,158 3,538 138 6,064

3,198 15,469

11,318 5,400 40

$

6,225 22,983

Budget FY 2016

$

8,623 3,191 38 4,867 16,718

$

5,000 500 2,575 19,675

2,040 6,962 1

4,500 5,500 100

$

5,000 500 2,575 18,175

$

2,402 7,166 1 343 433 2,898 13,244

17,427 5,800 888

$

11,885 36,000 4,500 7,000 100

$

483 2,732 16,113

$

3,695 459 2,814 15,971

$

-

$

-

$

60,000 60,000

$

59,778 59,778

$

-

29,826

$

31,440

$

101,158

$

89,740

$

55,675

$

2,677 2,700 20 1,634 7,031

$

2,630 355 1,955 4,940

$

11,435 24 5,114 16,573

$

5,000 3,000 13,800 20,840 2,500 10,500 55,640

Capital Outlay 940 Machinery & Equipment

Total Bicycle Path Maint. $ 430256 Whitefish Trail Maintenance Personal Services 110 Salaries 111 Part-time/Seasonal Wages 120 Overtime 140 Employer Contributions

65 939

4,000

$ 220 230 330 360 397 510 530

Actual FY 2015

1,167 5,167

$

Materials and Services Operating Supplies Repair & Maintenance Supplies Publicity/Subscriptions/Dues Repair & Maintenance Services Contracted Workers Insurance Rent $

-

$

1,949 2,953 2,166

8,000

135 5,411

$

22,000 2,000 15,000 47,000

$

10,927 249 11,915 4,545 19 15,494 43,147

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

54,031

$

48,087

$

72,213

20,579 28,291

Capital Outlay 940 Machinery & Equipment

Total Whitefish Trail Maint. $

5,167

$

31,244

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Parks & Recreation Fund - 2210 Expenditures 460400 Parks & Rec Administration Personal Services 110 Salaries 111 Seasonal 112 Permanent Part-Time 120 Overtime 130 Vacation/Sick Accrual 140 Employer Contributions

Actual FY 2014

112,369 2,063 1,686

$ 210 220 230 310 320 330 340 350 360 370 390 397 510 790 880

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

Materials and Services Office Supplies/Materials Operating Supplies Repair & Maintenance Supplies Postage & Freight Printing Publicity/Subscriptions/Dues Utility Services Professional Services Repair & Maintenance Services Travel & Training Other Purchased Services Contract Services Insurance Memorial Park Acct - Glac Twins Administrative Expense

36,197 152,315

$

3,627 2,269 2,212 2,685

Budget FY 2015

18,380

88,783

1,834 20

1,813 29

37,206 57,440

$

37,483 128,108

2,133 5,534 583 829 467 5,044 3,724

$

10,565 45,731

$

12,355 43,703

$

3,000 2,750 1,000 1,200 300 2,000 3,300 1,000 1,000 1,000 5,000 1,000 3,500 18,000 17,097 61,147

Total Parks and Rec Admin $

198,046

$

101,143

$

189,255

2,591 2,928 384 2,460 1,786 8,183 769 5,273

2,425 3,813 3,219 234 3,343

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Actual FY 2015

$

85,549 1,896 57 31,037 118,540

Budget FY 2016

$

80,585 1,813 1,675 1,950 35,295 121,318

$

3,519 3,543 159 2,405 2,030 2,373 4,103 1,149 1,354 2,487 337 2,584 18,000 14,543 58,586

$

3,000 3,000 1,000 1,000 500 2,500 3,500 500 1,500 3,000 3,300 500 3,625 18,000 17,671 62,596

$

177,126

$

183,914

Parks & Recreation Fund - 2210 Expenditures 460434 City Parks & Properties Personal Services 110 Salaries 111 Part-time/Seasonal Wages 120 Overtime 130 Vacation/Sick Accrual 140 Employer Contributions

210 220 230 310 320 330 340 350 360 370 390 397 510 530 540

Materials and Services Office Supplies/Materials Operating Supplies Repair & Maintenance Supplies Postage & Freight Printing Publicity/Subscriptions/Dues Utility Services Professional Services Repair & Maintenance Services Travel & Training Other Purchased Services Contracted Workers Insurance Rent/Lease Expense Special Assessments

910 920 931 940

Capital Outlay Land Buildings Park Improvements Machinery & Equipment

Actual FY 2014

120,541 30,922 246

$

56,392 208,101

$

60,339 236,589

$

49,716 200,900

$

700 17,500 47,000 300 100 350 47,000 500 15,000 6,000 6,000 12,000 2,600 1,000 156,050

8,385 3,015 16,012

15,090 1,673 $

8,794 1,723 1,005 146,582

Actual FY 2015

77,744 72,900 540

756 18,826 46,681 29 70 442 40,844

1,299 38,854 150 21,452 1,418 5,970

137,604

Budget FY 2015

115,749 59,953 548

370 14,877 35,645 806

$

$

75,265 81,794 847 47,959 205,865

$

770 20,072 39,764 116 220 44,790 3,428 23,358 4,296 6,252 5,147 8,435 2,259 1,006 159,914

25,000

Budget FY 2016

$

81,163 60,900 5,320 57,275 204,658 700 42,500 47,000 300 100 350 42,000 500 15,000 7,000 6,000

$

9,000 2,600 1,010 174,060

$

27,000 27,000

$

405,718

$

13,874 11,600 739 10,187 36,400

$

33,356 33,356

$

39,265 39,265

$

25,000

$

10,255 10,255

Total City Parks & Properties $

379,061

$

422,436

$

381,950

$

376,033

$

5,276 18 790 6,084

$

11,003 10,800 80 6,949 28,832

$

7,888 4,492 54 4,392 16,826

$

8,000 1,500 1,000 500 20,000 500 260 31,760

$

68,160

460437 Urban Forestry Program Personal Services 110 Salaries 111 Part-time/Seasonal Wages 120 Overtime 140 Employer Contributions

3,717

$ 220 230 340 350 360 390 397 510

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

Materials and Services Operating Supplies Repair & Maintenance Supplies Utility Services Professional Services Repair & Maintenance Services Other Purchased Services Contract Services Insurance

539 4,256 3,492 1,119

5,786 1,615

8,000 1,500 1,000 500 10,000 10,500

$

11,040 2,241 217 2,740 40 20,889

$

12,443 290 251 109 20,494

$

110 31,610

$

8,315 1,803 12 8,291 11,000 1,538 108 31,067

Total Urban Forestry $

25,145

$

26,578

$

60,442

$

47,893

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Parks & Recreation Fund - 2210 Expenditures 460505 After School Program Personal Services 110 Salaries 111 Part-time/Seasonal Wages 120 Overtime 140 Employer Contributions Materials and Services Operating Supplies Publicity/Subscriptions/Dues Utility Services Travel & Training Contract Services Insurance

5,490 33,469

$

5,665 33,393 6,569

445

$

4,429 2,709 810 19,989

$

66,436

$

$

Total After School Program $

42,165

$

45,003

$

$

13,069 21,600 160 11,618 46,447

4,788

2,746 717 8,696

Materials and Services Office Materials and Supplies Operating Supplies Repair & Maintenance Supplies Printing, Duplicating, Typing Publicity/Subscriptions/Dues Utility Services Professional Services Repair & Maintenance Services Travel and Training Insurance Special Assessments

Budget FY 2015

3,732 23,996

180 1,343 2,708 810 11,610

460507 Armory Facility Personal Services 110 Salaries 111 Part-time/Seasonal Wages 120 Overtime 140 Employer Contributions

210 220 230 320 330 340 350 360 370 510 540

Actual FY 2014

3,583 24,396

$ 220 330 340 370 397 510

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

Actual FY 2015

$

11,591 23,652 90 7,643 42,976

Budget FY 2016

$

27,259 31,900 2,991 16,665 78,815

$

6,359 126 1,678 2,220 583 10,965

$

9,890 108 2,092 1,747 750 14,587

$

53,941

$

93,402

11,933 108

7,816

8,052

10,164

6,971

9,238

4,873 12,689

5,405 13,457

4,677 14,841

2 2,916 9,889

$

454 5,091 14,783

$

150 2,200 4,000 150 12,000 2,000 1,550 500 22,550

$

1,861 3,142

3,326 2,043

12,703

13,534

950

$

$

150 2,200 4,000 150 12,000 10,000

14 2,128 615

$

1,200 500 30,200

$

11,400 1,233 1,132 478 17,000

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

36,316

$

45,041

$

26,889

$

37,333

$

1,368 479 20,502

$

2,041 279 1,158 479 22,859

$

-

$

33,191

$

Capital Outlay 920 Buildings

-

Total Armory Facility $

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Parks & Recreation Fund - 2210 Expenditures 460514 City Beach Personal Services 110 Salaries and Wages 113 P.T./Seasonal Lifeguard Wages 114 P.T./Seasonal Boat Inspection Wa 120 Overtime 130 Vacation/Sick Accrual 140 Employer Contributions

Actual FY 2014

10,136 18,666 10,811 261

$ 210 220 223 230 310 320 330 340 350 360 370 390 510 540

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

Materials and Services Office Materials and Supplies Operating Supplies Concessions Repair & Maintenance Supplies Postage & Freight Printing, Duplicating, Typing Publicity, Subscriptions & Dues Utility Services Professional Services Repair & Maintenance Services Travel and Training Other Purchased Services Insurance Special Assessments

9,081 48,955

Budget FY 2015

10,913 17,339 10,755 56

$

9,124 48,187

114 7,738 9,478 7,363

656 4,896 15,710 2,784

315 85 7,007 9,730

135 330 10,058 710 9,100

1,069 1,789

562 1,395

Actual FY 2015

32,603 17,700 12,000 220

$

20,609 83,132

15,677 19,499 13,144 61

$

11,337 59,717

250 5,000 9,000 5,000 50 150 350 9,000 500 25,000 550 6,100 1,400

$

44,688

$

46,335

$

62,350

$

2,812 7,482 6,823 49 263 8,555 42,269 154 7,200 1,104 81 76,791

Total City Beach $

93,643

$

94,523

$

145,482

$

136,508

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Budget FY 2016

32,748 34,400 12,000 3,284

$

19,932 102,364

$

250 8,000 5,000 50 300 350 9,000 500 35,800 1,050 1,000 1,400 85 62,785

$

165,149

Parks & Recreation Fund - 2210 Expenditures 460533 Community Ice Rink Pavilion Personal Services 110 Salaries and Wages 111 Temporary/Seasonal Wages 113 Part-time wages - LTS Instructors 114 Part-time wages - Concessions 120 Overtime 140 Employer Contributions

Actual FY 2014

30,409 72,011 3,818 24,949

$ 210 220 223 230 320 330 340 350 360 370 390 397 510 870

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

Materials and Services Office Materials and Supplies Operating Supplies Concessions Repair & Maintenance Supplies Printing, Duplicating, Typing Publicity/Subscriptions/Dues Utility Services Professional Services Repair & Maintenance Services Travel and Training Other Purchased Services Contracted Workers Insurance Operating Contingency

31,245 162,432

$

37,500 56,000

46,174 55,669

24,391 499 33,126 168,372

$

25,000 600 31,493 150,593

$

25,165 959 28,130 156,097

$

800 20,000 23,500 16,000 650 2,000 80,000 1,500 16,000 2,500 6,000 6,600 175,550

$

667 24,792 19,822 15,229 246 1,380 90,033 49,302 380 2,701 13,997 5,780 224,331

$

31,212 1,027 32,239

$

31,212 1,027 32,239

16,683 358 9,020

$

8,475 180,048

$

6,577 248,614

$

7,202 7,202

$

22,335 999 23,334

$

67,308 80,269 147,577

$

57,934 16,630 74,564

$

Total Ice Rink Pavilion $

497,259

$

514,884

$

Capital Outlay 920 Building Improvements 940 Machinery & Equipment

460554 Saddle Club Rental Materials and Services 220 Operating Supplies 230 Repair & Maintenance Supplies 340 Utility Services 390 Other Purchased Services 510 Insurance 540 Special Assessments Total Saddle Club Rental $

225 199 3,216

3,640

$

Actual FY 2015

31,610 78,746

790 21,261 24,728 18,745 51 2,303 115,707 10,830 31,044 905 15,673

610 Loan Principal 620 Loan Interest Debt Service

616 18,845 24,625 18,802 636 3,699 78,289

Budget FY 2015

358,382

2,976

250 700 4,250

2,976

100 100 5,400

$

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$ $

412,666

Budget FY 2016

$

48,565 87,800 5,000 4,596 37,423 183,384

$

800 30,000 33,000 41,606 15,650 1,000 92,000 1,500 50,606 7,500 3,000 6,000 282,662

$

31,560 893 32,453

$

12,000 12,000

$

510,499

1,502 $

1,502

$

-

Parks & Recreation Fund - 2210

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

Expenditures

Actual FY 2014

Budget FY 2015

Actual FY 2015

Budget FY 2016

460557 Special Events Personal Services 110 Salaries and Wages 111 Temporary/Seasonal Wages 120 Overtime 140 Employer Contributions

5,265

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

1,921 7,186

Materials and Services 220 Operating Supplies 390 Other Purchased Services 397 Contract Services Total Special Events $

-

$

-

$

3,000 3,500

$

-

$

1,000 6,000

Total Special Events $

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

13,186

$

7,590 2,700 20 4,976 15,286

$

10,910 4,713 5,420 21,043

$

2,164 242 927 3,333

460590 Adult Programs Personal Services 110 Salaries and Wages 111 Temporary/Seasonal Wages 120 Overtime 140 Employer Contributions

3,583 6,496

$ 220 310 320 330 397

Materials and Services Operating Supplies Communication & Transportation Printing Publicity/Subscriptions/Dues Contract Services

3,069 13,148

4,634 6,457

$

2,418

4,028 15,119 4,697

5,000

1,424 84 150 200

7

$

1,265 3,683

$

1,518 6,215

$

1,858

$

7

$

-

Total Adult Programs $

16,831

$

21,334

$

17,144

$

21,050

$

3,333

$

6,644 8,100 60 5,435 20,239

$

5,903 5,152 3,031 14,086

$

9,519 2,900 1,001 4,541 17,961

$

308 3,609

$

7,821 168 613 3,080 520 12,202

$

17,694

$

30,163

460591 Youth Programs Personal Services 110 Salaries and Wages 111 Temporary/Seasonal Wages 120 Overtime 140 Employer Contributions

8,794 7,962

$ 220 310 330 397 510

500

Materials and Services Operating Supplies Communication & Transportation Publicity/Subscriptions/Dues Contract Services Insurance

6,575 23,331

8,875 5,570

$

6,855 21,300

6,472

7,890

$

8,786 518 15,776

$

1,611 488 9,989

$

9,000 198 710 9,127 520 19,555

Total Youth Programs $

39,107

$

31,289

$

39,794

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3,301

Parks & Recreation Fund - 2210 Expenditures 460592 Summer Camp Personal Services 110 Salaries and Wages 111 Temporary/Seasonal Wages 120 Overtime 140 Employer Contributions

Actual FY 2014

8,794 33,383

$ 220 310 320 330 340 360 370 397 510

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

Materials and Services Operating Supplies Communication & Transportation Printing Publicity/Subscriptions/Dues Utility Services Repair and Maintenance Services Travel and Training Contract Services Insurance

10,236 52,413

$

8,906 35,236 22 10,897 55,061

Budget FY 2015

$

14,895 32,400 240 14,546 62,081

5,163

5,397

3,081 430

658 36 213

61 216

538

$

22,844 2,320 31,234

$

37 15,599 1,597 22,907

Total Summer Camp $

83,647

$

77,968

-

$

-

$

13,197 42,253 23 11,615 67,088

Budget FY 2016

$

7,679 37,700 1,011 9,191 55,581

$

3,449 430 538 323 323 21,016 1,200 27,279

3,333

$

323 258 22,564 1,600 28,794

$

17,540 1,135 22,008

$

90,875

$

89,096

$

82,860

$

2,634 2,700 20 1,759 7,113

$

2,819 3 1,259 4,081

$

-

$

330

$

-

460504 Adult Softball Personal Services 110 Salaries and Wages 111 Temporary/Seasonal Wages 120 Overtime 140 Employer Contributions $

Actual FY 2015

Materials and Services 220 Operating Supplies 330 Publicity/Subscriptions/Dues 397 Contract Services $

-

$

-

$

2,338 566 2,068 4,972

Total Adult Softball $

-

$

-

$

12,085

$

4,411

$

-

-

$

6,240

$

10,000

$

-

$

10,000

$ 1,443,375

$

1,580,976

Ending Available Cash

$

117,352

Total Parks & Recreation Fund

$

1,698,328

870 Operating Contingency

$

Total Expenditures $ 1,446,727

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330

$ 1,502,637

$ 1,731,605 $

199,872

$ 1,931,477

Parks & Recreation Fund - 2210

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

Expenditures

Actual FY 2014

Budget FY 2015

Actual FY 2015

Budget FY 2016

Total Parks and Rec Fund Personal Services Materials and Services Debt Service Capital Outlay Contingency $

Personal Services 110 111 112 114 120 130 140 Materials and Services 210 220 223 230 310 320 330 340 350 360 370 390 397 510 530 540 790 880 Contingency Debt Service Capital Outlay 930 940

729,988 528,604 7,202 180,933 1,446,727

673,424 626,547 23,334 113,829 $

1,443,375

$

787,586 666,150 32,239 85,000 10,000 1,580,976

$

737,865 662,500 32,239 70,033 1,502,637

$

878,356 771,796 32,453 39,000 10,000 1,731,605

313,256 188,123 1,686 58,244 507 168,172

218,084 221,276 1,834 52,485 1,163 178,582

316,624 215,300 1,813 54,700 2,029 197,120

293,196 221,271 1,896 57,807 2,133 161,561

346,921 238,600 1,813 51,400 22,225 1,950 215,447

4,727 71,306 34,103 72,020 3,491 1,609 7,848 143,655 17,638 53,516 3,562 24,458 39,150 36,072 4,405 479

4,335 88,388 40,438 79,413 858 723 8,316 187,239 11,540 74,544 9,392 35,756 21,921 24,728 25,116 1,484

10,565

12,355

4,900 96,476 32,500 80,700 2,262 1,350 7,072 156,550 4,000 104,323 14,737 33,600 40,468 30,340 20,175 1,600 18,000 17,097

4,970 88,319 27,304 71,559 2,570 2,276 4,612 160,396 3,428 137,860 7,861 29,640 45,325 21,621 20,651 1,565 18,000 14,543

4,900 129,360 33,000 110,106 1,948 16,550 5,709 159,500 3,500 144,029 20,965 13,800 48,183 27,305 15,675 1,595 18,000 17,671

7,202

6,240 23,334

10,000 32,239

32,239

10,000 32,453

67,308 113,625 1,446,727

57,934 55,895 1,443,375

25,000 60,000 1,580,976

59,779 1,492,380

39,000 1,731,605

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 266 of 484

Parkland Acquisition & Development Parkland Acquisition & Development  

FY 2016 

   

Purpose  The Parkland Acquisition and Development Fund is a capital fund designed to accommodate the  purchase of parkland and enable park improvement projects funded through contributions,  grants, and payments made in lieu of park land dedication requirements.      Authority for the Parkland Acquisition and Development Fund derives in the Montana  Subdivision and Platting Act, specifically Section 76‐3‐621 (5) MCA.  In order to comply with the  proximity requirements of the law, the City has designated three quadrants in the City where  the funds are spent—Resolution 07‐10.    FY 2016 Objectives  The objective of this fund is to track and spend monies for the purchase of parkland and park  improvements.   The City is using this fund to aggregate some of the various revenue sources,  especially the state’s CTEP grant fund in order to build the Skye Park pedestrian bridge over the  Whitefish River. 

      City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 267 of 484

Parkland Acquisition & Development - 2990 Actual FY 2013

Revenues

323050

Licenses & Permits Other Misc Permits

331050 331051

Intergovernmental CTEP Project Grant Federal Earmark Grant for Trails - Baucus

$

$

Budget FY 2015

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

$

315 315

$

389 389

$

900 900

-

$

6,550 19,900 26,450

$

1,000 1,000 39,800 360,000 401,800

$

300 19,900 360,000 380,200

315

$

26,839

$

884,700

$

501,993

$ $ $

48,089 47,188 26,602

Other Financing Sources Proceeds From Cash In-lieu / Dist W Proceeds From Cash In-lieu / Dist N Transfer from Resort Tax Transfer from Tax Increment Transfer from Impact Fees

-

Actual FY 2015

271,300 210,700 482,000

$

Total Fund Revenue $ 101000

-

-

Investment Earnings 371010 Investment Earnings

381061 381062 383002 383003 383000

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2014

Cash - District East Cash - District West Cash - District North Total Resources Actual FY 2013

Actual FY 2014

$

-

$

121,379 121,379

$

241,706 210,700 452,406

$

414 414

$

300 300

$

1,000 1,000 61,600 165,000 228,600

$

681,306

$ $ $

0 3 349,184

$ 1,006,579

Expenditures

Budget FY 2016

$ 1,030,493

Budget FY 2015

Actual FY 2015

Budget FY 2016

460434 350 360

Materials and Services Professional Services Repair & Maintenance Services

910 924 931 938

Capital Outlay Land Buildings Park Improvements Trail Improvements

1,399 $

-

$

1,399

$

70,000 754,850 132,000 956,850

$

956,850

$ $ $

20,789 2,338 26,602

5,799

$

5,799

$

5,791 5,363 1,554 12,708

Total Expenditures $

5,799

$

14,107

Cash - District East Cash - District West Cash - District North

Total Park Acquisition Fund

$

-

-

$ 1,006,579

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$

$

6,834 83,354 51,600 132,897 274,685

-

1,023,500 $ 1,023,500 $ 1,023,500 $ $ $

60 1,013 5,900

$ 1,030,473

Whitefish Trail Construction Fund ‐ 4540 Whitefish Trail Construction Fund ‐ 4540  

FY 2016 

   

Purpose  The purpose of the Whitefish Trail Construction Fund is to provide budget authority to support  efforts to design and construct new portions of Whitefish Trail network. Funds provided to the  effort are primarily through private contributions. Local resident Michael Goguen contributed a  $3,000,000 donation in 2008 as part of a three way land trade and trail development project.  In FY 2012, $1,750,000 was transferred to Whitefish Community Foundation, and $316,351 was  transferred to Whitefish Legacy Partners. Maintenance for existing portions of the trail is  expensed in the Parks & Rec Fund. To date these contributions have been used toward the  purchase of the Beaver Lakes Easement and 25 miles of trails including 7 trailheads.     FY 2016 Objectives  The objective of the Whitefish Trail Construction Fund for this fiscal year is to continue to use  private donations for the acquisition of easements and trail construction work. Work began on  the trail in the spring, 2009. Mr. Goguen’s contribution has provided leverage for other grants  and donations. For FY 2016 additional trails and trailheads will be developed, as well as  planning for future development opportunities.   

 

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 269 of 484

Whitefish Trail Construction - 4540 Actual FY 2013

Revenues

334000

346005

371010

Actual FY 2014

Intergovernmental Grants

Budget FY 2015

$

71,542 71,542

$

-

$

-

$

-

$ Total Fund Revenue $

Miscellaneous Revenue Donations and Sponsors

$

74,500 74,500

$

-

$

175,500 175,500

$

$

182 182

$

$

71,724

$

-

Investment Earnings Investment Earnings

-

-

$

Total Resources

$ Actual FY 2013

Actual FY 2014

250,000

Budget FY 2016

$

30,000 30,000

156,023 156,023

$

164,000 164,000

$

23 23

$

$

156,046

$

194,000

$

19,069

$

213,069

-

101000 Beginning Available Cash

Expenditures

Actual FY 2015

-

250,000 Budget FY 2015

-

Actual FY 2015

-

Budget FY 2016

430255

350 360

938

870

Materials and Services Professional Services Repair & Maintenance Services

33,015 $

-

$

33,015

$

$

-

$

124,570 124,570

$

$

-

$

25,918 25,918

$

$

150,488

$

Capital Outlay Trail Construction Operating Contingency Operating Contingency

Total Expenditures Ending Available Cash

$

Total WF Construction Fund

$

-

250,000 250,000

250,000 250,000

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 270 of 484

$

$

$ $

-

107,757 107,757

107,757

$

-

$

194,000 194,000

$

19,000 19,000

$

213,000

$

69

$

213,069

Resort Tax Resort Tax  

FY 2016 

   

Purpose  The resort tax is authorized by Section 7‐6‐1501 MCA and was originally approved by Whitefish  voters on November 7, 1995 by a 56%‐44% vote.   The resort tax was approved for a 20 year  term beginning January 1, 1996. At the November 2, 2004 City election, the voters approved an  extension of the resort tax until January 31, 2025 by a margin of 2012 to 632.   At a special  election on April 28, 2015, the voters approved an increase in the Resort Tax from 2% to 3% for  additional property tax relief and to fund the purchase of the Haskill Basin Conservation  Easement to protect and preserve water quality and quantity. The vote passed by a margin of  1718 to 334. The 1% increase in Resort Tax from 2% to 3% is effective July 1, 2015.     Whitefish’s resort tax is a tax on the sale of lodging, restaurant and prepared food, alcoholic  beverages, ski resort goods and services, and the retail sale of defined luxury items.   As of July  1, 2015, Whitefish voters allocated the use of the 3% resort tax as follows:  A. Property tax reduction for taxpayers residing in the city in an amount equal to twenty five  percent (25%)of the 3% resort tax revenues derived during the preceding fiscal year;   

B. Provision for the repair and improvement of existing streets, storm sewers, all underground  utilities, sidewalks, curbs and gutters, in an amount equal to sixty five percent (65%) of the  2% resort tax revenues derived during the preceding fiscal year;   

C.

Bicycle paths and other park capital improvements in an amount equal to five percent (5%) of  the 2% resort tax revenues derived during the preceding fiscal year;   

D. Repayment of a loan or bond to finance a portion of the costs of, or to otherwise pay for, the  acquisition of the conservation easement or other interest, in and around Haskill Basin in  order to protect and preserve water quality and quantity, including the source drinking water  supply for the municipal water system of the city of Whitefish, in an amount equal to seventy  (70%) percent of the 1% resort tax revenues to be collected during a fiscal year.   

E.

Cost of administering the resort tax in an amount equal to five percent (5%) of the 3% resort  tax per year. 

 

FY 2016 Objectives  Specific projects appropriated during FY 2016 are shown below.  Additional funds are  appropriated in case of cost increases or if other projects are approved during the year.     Item/Project

Amount

Revenue Changes   

 Increased tax collection due to anticipated increase in collections during  FY16 and the additional 1% Resort Tax revenue effective July 1, 2015.   Loan Proceeds for Haskill Basin Conservation Easement purchase and debt  service reserve.      City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 271 of 484

$1,200,597 $8,387,000

Resort Tax Resort Tax  

FY 2016 

   

Expenditure Changes   E 2nd Street reconstruction and trail completion in early FY16   West 7th Street road reconstruction and trail design   Riverside Park tennis court reconstruction 

$189,000 $1,725,000 $120,000

 Pickleball courts at Memorial Park 

$80,000

 Ped‐Bike Master Plan Update 

$40,000

 Playground at Memorial Park 

$60,000

 Playground at Mountain Trails Park 

$60,000

 Basketball court resurfacing at Memorial Park 

$25,000

 Lacrosse fields with irrigation at Armory Park   Haskill Basin Conservation Easement ($7.7 M for the conservation  easement and $59,900 in estimated issuance costs) 

$65,000

 Debt Service for Haskill Basin Conservation Easement Loan   Property tax relief increase from FY15   

$7,759,900 $807,748 $10,912

                                         

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 272 of 484

Resort Tax Resort Tax  

FY 2016 

   

    RESORT TAX PROJECTS FUNDED SINCE 1996: 

 

STREETS:     Baker Avenue (2nd Street to River)  Baker Avenue (River to 10th Street)  Baker Avenue overlay (10th Street to 19th Street)  7th Street (Columbia Avenue to Pine Avenue)  7th Street (Pine Avenue to street terminus)  19th Street overlay (Baker Avenue to Hwy 93)  Columbia Avenue (River to 7th Street)  Columbia Avenue (2nd Street to 7th Street)  Skyles Place (Wisconsin Avenue to Dakota Avenue)  Lupfer Avenue (Entire length)  Railway St. (Miles Avenue to O'Brien Avenue)  Railway St. (Columbia Avenue to Somers Avenue)  Somers Avenue (Railway Street to 2nd Street)  Colorado Avenue (Edgewood Drive to Crestwood Court)  Community‐wide sidewalk replacement project ‐ 84 blocks  6th St / Geddes‐Baker Ave to 3rd Street‐In progress  Central Avenue‐Railway to 3rd  6th and Geddes  East 2nd Street 

     Future Street Projects:  West 7th Street   Somers Avenue  State Park Road  East Edgewood Place  Karrow Avenue 

 

 

  PARKS:  Riverside Park Bike/Ped Path  Baker Street Park Bike/Ped Path  Grouse Mnt Park Tennis Court reconstruction  Riverside Park Tennis Court improvements  Kay Beller Park Construction  Memorial Park Basketball Court Resurfacing  Baker Park Bike/Ped Path  2nd to Armory Trail  East Edgewood Trail  Rocksund/Monegan Trail  Rocksund Footbridge  Ice Den Signage  Donation for New Baseball Stadium  Parks and Recreation Master Plan  Soroptimist Park Play Equipment          Future Parks Projects:  Riverside Tennis Court Renovation  Update Ped‐Bike Master Plan  Memorial Park Playground   Mountain Trails Park Playground  Basketball Court Resurfacing at Memorial Park  Pickleball Courts at Memorial Park  Lacrosse Fields at Armory Park with Irrigation       

 

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 273 of 484

Resort Tax Resort Tax  

FY 2016 

   

Whitefish Resort Taxes Collected by Economic Sectors 1996 to 2015 18% 45% Lodging Bars & Restaurants

37%

Retail

       

Resort Tax Expenditures (Inception through June 2015):    Property tax relief since 1996:    Street improvements since 1996:    Park improvements since 1996: 

 $   7,229,958    $ 16,013,959    $      830,259  

 

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 274 of 484

Recommendation to Update the Whitefish Resort Tax Street Reconstruction Priorities October 20, 2014 Current

Priority 1 2 6 3 4 11 8 7 9

10 5 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49

Recommended Priority 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

Project West 7th Street Somers Avenue State Park Road East 7th Street East Edgewood Place Texas Avenue East 5th Street Denver Street 4th Street and Fir Avenue East 4th Street Fir Avenue Armory Road Karrow Avenue Glenwood Road Iowa Avenue East 6th Street Dakota Avenue 10th Street Park Avenue O'Brien Avenue Oregon Avenue and Woodland Place Park Avenue Idaho Avenue Waverly Place Minnesota Avenue Parkway Drive East 3rd Street Waverly Place Montana Avenue East 3rd Street Riverside Drive Birch Hill Drive East 10th Street Barkley Lane Kalispell Avenue West 10th Street Cedar Street East 8th Street Waverly Place Ramsey Avenue Lakeside Boulevard Skyles Place Hazel Place, Minnesota Avenue north of Hazel, and Pine Place Birch Point Drive Lupfer Avenue Scott Avenue Dakota Avenue Woodland Place Parkhill Drive and West 3rd Street West 4th Street Central Avenue

Location Fairway Drive to Baker Avenue South of East 2nd Street South of the Railroad Tracks Kalispell Avenue to Columbia Avenue Wisconsin Avenue to east City Limits Baker Avenue to Pine Avenue Wisconsin Avenue to Texas Avenue Pine Avenue to Willow Brook East 2nd Street to East 4th Street East 2nd Street to Armory Park West 2nd Street to West 7th Street

Central Avenue to Pine Avenue Marina Crest Lane to Glenwood Road Baker Avenue to O'Brien Avenue South of East 7th Street East 2nd Street to the Whitefish River East of Washington Avenue East 2nd Street to East 7th Street Idaho Avenue to Dakota Avenue Edgewood Place to Skyles Place Fir Avenue to Shareview Alley Dakota to Iowa Avenue Edgewood Place to Skyles Place Kalispell Avenue to Columbia Avenue

Columbia Avenue to Park Avenue East 4th Street to Riverside Drive Baker Avenue to Spokane Avenue Spokane Avenue to Park Avenue Colorado Avenue to Texas Avenue Washington Avenue to Skyles Place Montana Avenue to Dakota Avenue

West 6th Street to West 8th Street West 7th Street to West 8th Street Edgewood Place to Skyles Place Iowa Avenue to Dakota Avenue Highway 93 to Good Avenue Karrow Avenue to Jennings Avenue South of East 3rd Street

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 275 of 484

12 Whitefish Street Reconstruction Priorities - July 2014 15

11 7

City Limits

13 6 4

2 8 5

9 1

14 3

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 276 of 484

10

Resort Tax Fund - 2100

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

Actual FY 2014

Budget FY 2015

1,966,426 $ 1,966,426

2,087,995 $ 2,087,995

2,087,995 $ 2,087,995

$

2,213,700 2,213,700

$

3,288,592 3,288,592

Revenues Taxes 311010 Resort Taxes Investment Earnings 371010 Investment Earnings

Actual FY 2015

Budget FY 2016

$

5,528 5,528

$

7,474 7,474

$

5,000 5,000

$

3,967 3,967

$

5,000 5,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

8,387,000 8,387,000

Other Financing Sources 383001 SRF Loan Proceeds

Total Revenue $ 1,971,954

$ 2,095,469

$ 2,092,995

$

2,217,667

101000 Beginning Cash-Rebate Beginning Cash-Streets Beginning Cash-Parks Beginning Cash-Debt Service Beginning Cash-Debt Service Reserve

$ 11,680,592 $ $ $ $ $

Total Resources

679,335 541,915 530,297 -

$ 13,432,139 Actual FY 2013

Expenditures Materials and Services 350 Professional Services

$

Capital Outlay 910 Conservation Easement 932 Street Improvements 931 Park Development

23,630

1,606,074 25,000 $ 1,631,074

Actual FY 2014

$

730

1,545,666 89,250 $ 1,634,916

Budget FY 2015

$

-

2,182,214 345,000 $ 2,527,214

Actual FY 2015

$

$

-

1,612,622 25,544 1,638,166

Budget FY 2016

$

7,759,900 1,914,000 450,000 $ 10,123,900

Debt Service 610 Principal 620 Interest $ Other Financing Uses 820 Property Tax Relief Transfer 826 Transfer to Park Development Fund

-

$

598,007 $

598,007

Total Expenditures $ 2,252,711

$

-

693,432 19,900 713,332

$ 2,348,248

$

-

$

-

668,831 39,800 708,631

$

668,831 19,900 688,731

$ 3,235,845

$

2,326,897

$

-

$

690,000 117,748 807,748

$

679,023 679,023

$ 11,610,671

Ending Cash - Rebate Ending Cash - Streets Ending Cash - Parks Ending Cash - Debt Service Ending Cash - Debt Service Reserve

$ $ $ $ $

Total Resort Tax Fund

$ 13,432,139

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 277 of 484

870,869 127,841 195,727 30 627,000

Tax Increment Fund      

Purpose  Section 7‐15‐4282 MCA authorizes the use of Tax Increment Financing for Urban Renewal  purposes. Resolution 87‐3, establishing the Whitefish Urban Renewal Plan, was adopted by the  City Council on May 4, 1987.  Resolution 87‐16, establishing the tax increment provisions of the  Urban Renewal Plan, was subsequently adopted by the City Council on July 6, 1987.  In  accordance with Section 7‐15‐4292 of the Montana Code, tax increment districts must be  terminated 15 years after their creation or at a later date necessary to pay all bonds and related  interest for which the tax increment has been pledged.  Due to the City’s issuance of tax  increment bonds, termination of the district is now projected to be July 15, 2020.  FY 2016 Objectives  Significant or changed appropriations during FY 2016 are:  Item/Project

Amount

 

Revenues:  

Increase in Real Property Taxes are due to the increase in taxable value  and the estimated increase in mills for the related jurisdictions (increase  only shown) 

$561,726

 

Expenditures:              

Wisconsin Ave Corridor Study  (350 Account – Prof Services)  Downtown Master Plan Implementation (350 Account – Prof Services)  Misc. Professional Services (350 Account – Prof Services)  Contributions (770 Account)–Miscellaneous  Grants (790 Account)–FY 2015 was the final payment of $750,000  Land (910 Account)–Purchase of property near City Beach including  estimated building demolition costs  Buildings (920 Account)–Ice Den Roof Renovation with project  completion in early FY 2016                             Improvements (930 Account)–Depot Park Phase II  Improvements (930 Account)–Sidewalk/Bikeway for Boutique Hotel  Improvements (930 Account)–Stairway at Stumptown Inn  Transfer – City Hall/Parking Structure Construction Fund  Transfer – TIF Debt Service Fund (Current TIF Bond and New City  Hall/Parking Structure TIF Revenue Bond)  Contingency   

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 278 of 484

$50,000 $50,000 $25,000 $150,000 $0 $300,000 $8,000 $480,802 $147,000 $21,000 $2,250,080 $3,119,108 $100,000  

Tax Increment District Fund - 2310 Actual FY 2013

Actual FY 2014

Budget FY 2015

4,095,155 100,869 15,887 $ 4,211,911

4,169,414 93,653 12,911 $ 4,275,978

4,491,600 120,000 15,000 $ 4,626,600

$

171,325 171,325

$

92,144 148,221 240,365

$

248,865 248,865

$

2,186 25,143 94 1,935 29,358

$

1,826 25,883 83 27,792

$

Revenues Taxes 311010 Real Property Taxes 311020 Personal Property Taxes 312000 Penalty and Interest Intergovernmental 335210 Baucus Earmark for Trails-SAFETEA-LU 335230 State Entitlement Share & Class 8 Reimbursem 334000 Rotary Grant (Depot Park)

362000 363000 363040 383021

Miscellaneous Revenue Miscellaneous Revenue Special Assessments P & I Special Assessments Transfer from Impact Fees

Total Revenue $ 4,412,594 101000 Beginning Available Cash Total Resources

$ 4,544,135

Actual FY 2015

$

4,653,928 48,847 11,473 4,714,248

$

248,865 248,865

20,000 129,365 149,365

$

$ 5,024,830

$

Budget FY 2016

$

5,053,326 90,000 15,000 5,158,326

$

248,865 10,000 258,865

2451 26,711 74.37 92,000 121,236 $

20,000 213,084 233,084

$

5,650,275

$ 2,325,543

$

2,504,964

$ 7,350,373

$

8,155,239

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5,084,349

Tax Increment District Fund - 2310 Actual FY 2013

Expenditures

Actual FY 2014

Budget FY 2015

Actual FY 2015

Budget FY 2016

470330 110 112 120 130 140

Personal Services Salaries Part-Time Wages Overtime Vacation/Sick Accrual Employer Contributions

141,314 5,058 1,506

$ 220 230 330 350 360 370 390 510 540 770 790 880

Materials and Services Operating Supplies Repair and Maintenance Services Publicity/Subscriptions/Dues Professional Services Repair and Maintenance Services Travel and Training Other Purchased Services Insurance Special Assessments Contributions Grants Administrative Expense

46,789 194,667

156,495 5,759 1,790

$

50,433 214,477

164,857 5,438 1,908

$

55,991 228,194

163,039 5,835 2,185

$

52,625 223,683

152 2,247

816

2,000

202,724 31,533

87,827 4,103

18,516 6,384

787 4,250

100,000 25,000 4,300

20,729 1,000,000 4,662 $ 1,286,947

$

20,320 827,986 5,940 952,029

500,000 750,000 4,953 $ 1,386,253

$

597 36 1,189 90,871 152 2,443 3,487 940 200,000 750,000 4,213 1,053,927

639,246 639,246

$

645,788 645,788

$

650,000 650,000

$

669,232 669,232

$

360,000 1,801,948 250,000 2,411,948

$

196,657 50,502 247,159

Intergovernmental Allocations 591 School District Residential Rebate $

$

153,370 6,048 1,877 11,850 55,551 228,696

$

2,000 125,000 25,000 3,600 150,000 4,361 309,961

$

680,000 680,000

$

61,600 3,119,108 2,250,080 5,430,788

$

300,000 8,000 651,802 959,802

520000 Transfers

820 820 820 820 470330 910 920 930

Trans to ESC Construction Trans to Park Acq & Devel - Skye Bridge Transfer to TIF Debt Service Fund Trans to City Hall/Parking Construction Fund

25,773 1,789,836 250,000 $ 2,065,610

1,805,556 250,000 $ 2,055,556

360,000 1,769,988 250,000 $ 2,379,988

441,150 441,150

56,500 135,266 337,169 528,935

205,000 760,633 965,633

Capital Outlay Land Buildings Urban Renewal Projects $ Contingency

$

-

Total Expenditures $ 4,627,619

$ $

-

$ 4,396,785

$

500,000 $ 6,110,068

$

4,605,949

100,000 $

7,709,247

Year end Available Cash

$ 1,240,305

$

445,357

Total Fund

$ 7,350,373

$

8,154,604

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Tax Increment Debt Service Fund ‐ 3110     

Purpose  The Tax Increment Debt Service Fund was established pursuant to resolutions related to the  sale of the City’s Series 2000, 2001 and 2004 Tax Increment Revenue Bonds.  The resolutions  specify that debt service requirements related to the bond issues be provided for through a  special debt service fund.  The resolutions also require the establishment of a bond reserve  account, which has been provided for in this fund.      The City refinanced the Series 2000, 2001, and 2004 Bonds in order to lower its interest rates in  July, 2009 as part of a new bond issue which provided funding of $7,500,000 for the  construction of the Emergency Services Center.  The City received an A‐ and stable rating on the  2009 bond issue from Standard and Poor’s.  The true interest cost on the 2009 bonds is 4.23%   compared to the 5.8%  ‐ 6.625% interest rate of the 2001 bonds, the 6% interest rate of the  2001 bonds, and the 5.1% interest rate of the 2004 bonds.      The City refinanced the 2009 bonds at the beginning of June 2015 to save money on interest by  obtaining a new true interest cost of 2.619% instead of the 4.23% true interest cost. In addition,  it is anticipated that during FY 2016, the City will issue new bonds related to the City Hall and  Parking Structure Project.     FY 2016 Objectives  Meet debt service requirements on the 2009 TIF Revenue Bond with refinancing taken into  consideration and to meet the anticipated debt service requirements of the new bonds for the  City Hall and Parking Structure.  

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 281 of 484

Tax Increment Debt Service Debt - 3110 Actual FY 2013

Revenues

Investment Earnings 371010 Investment Earnings

$

8,548

Other Financing Sources 383011 Transfer from TIF District Fund $ 1,789,836 Revenue from Bond Issue Total Fund Revenue $ 1,798,384

Actual FY 2014

$

10,407

Actual FY 2013

490200 552 610 620 630

Debt Service Amortization of Bond Premium Principal (Refunding 2015) Interest Paying Agent Fees

102000 Debt Service 102000 Debt Service Reserve

24,777 1,265,000 523,799 300 $ 1,813,876

Total Requirements $ 1,813,876

Budget FY 2016

$

5,621

$

6,000

$ 1,805,556

$ 1,769,988

$

$

$ 1,815,963

$ 1,779,988

$

1,801,948 7,109,975 8,917,544

$

3,119,108 980,000 4,105,108

$ 1,578,655 $ 1,569,500

$ $

2,119 718,300

$ 4,928,143

$

4,825,528

Total Resources Actual FY 2014

22,524 1,305,000 478,824

$

Actual FY 2015

10,000

102000 Debt Service 102000 Debt Service Reserve

Expenditures

Budget FY 2015

Budget FY 2015

Actual FY 2015

Budget FY 2016

$ 1,806,348

24,800 1,350,000 428,988 1,000 $ 1,804,788

$ 11,455,348

$

112,394 112,394

$ 1,783,824

$ 1,779,988

$ 11,455,348

$

112,394

$ $

3,014,834 1,698,300

$ 1,555,831 $ 1,569,500

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110,369 10,715,000 629,979

Impact Fee Fund ‐ 2399 Impact Fee Fund ‐ 2399  

FY 2016 

   

Purpose  The City Council adopted Ordinance No. 07‐25 authorizing the collection of impact fees on  August 6, 2007.  The ordinance required the segregation of impact fees from other funds,  therefore, this fund provides that segregation for impact fee expenditures other than for  enterprise funds such as Water and Wastewater.  These areas are Paved Trails, Park  Maintenance Building, the Emergency Services Center, City Hall, and Stormwater.    FY 2016 Objectives  The objective of the Impact Fee Fund for this fiscal year is to provide a segregated fund for  appropriate impact fee project expenditures.  The City has established an Impact Fee Advisory  Committee to help monitor the impact fees and advise the City on appropriate expenditures. A  five year review of the impact fee calculation took place in FY 2013.       

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 283 of 484

Impact Fees - 2399 Actual FY 2013

Revenues

341072 341073 341074 341075 341076

Charges for Services Impact Fee - Paved Trails Impact Fee - Park Maint Building Impact Fee - ESC Impact Fee - City Hall/Parking Structure Impact Fee - Stormwater

Actual FY 2014

$

29,049 1,932 63,038 59,705 23,525 177,249

$ Total Fund Revenue $

Investment Earnings 371010 Investment Earnings

Budget FY 2015

$

40,837 2,716 109,464 103,682 23,070 279,769

921 921

$

178,170

$

$

30,000 2,000 90,000 90,000 20,000 232,000

1,938 1,938

$

281,707

101000 Beginning Available Cash: Paved Trails Park Maint Building ESC City Hall/Parking Structure Stormwater Total Resources Actual FY 2013

Expenditures Capital Outlay 930 Improvements - Stormwater 938 Trail Improvements - Paved Trails

820 820 820 820

Transfers TIF-Park Maint Building Emergency Services Building City Hall/Parking Structure Construction Parkland Acquisition Fund (Paved Trails)

-

$

$

30,000 2,000 90,000 90,000 20,000 232,000

1,000 1,000

$

1,891 1,891

$

1,000 1,000

$

233,000

$

216,010

$

233,000

$

664,562 129,092 2,720 129,365 309,475 93,910

$

400,304 163,437 3,250 117,834 55 115,727

$

897,562

$

633,304

Budget FY 2015

$

-

Actual FY 2015

$

1,935

-

$

3,913 3,913

$

1,935

$

43,578

$

491,475

$

2,000 90,000 384,356 476,356

Total Expenditures $

1,935

$

43,578

$

491,475

$

480,269

2,000 90,000 399,475

43,578

101000 Ending Available Cash: Paved Trails Park Maint Building ESC City Hall/Parking Structure Stormwater Total Requirements

1,935

43,578

Budget FY 2016

37,890 2,520 78,050 74,082 21,576 214,118

Actual FY 2014

$

Actual FY 2015

$

491,475

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$

480,269

Budget FY 2016

$

90,000 18,150 108,150

$

5,250 207,834 90,055 165,000 468,139

$

411,289

$

57,014 10,787 46,227

$

468,304

C   ity Hall/Parking Structure Construction ‐ 4005  FY 2016     

Purpose  The City Hall/Parking Structure Construction Fund was established by Resolution 03‐63, which  was approved by the City Council on November 17, 2003.  The purpose of the fund is to  accumulate funds towards construction of new City facilities.  The Resolution established a  schedule of annual deposits to be transferred into the fund from the Tax Increment District  Fund.       FY 2016 Objectives  The objective of the City Hall/Parking Structure Construction Fund for this fiscal year is to  provide budget authority for the City Hall/Parking Structure Project including both the pre‐ construction and construction phases that are scheduled to take place in FY 2016. A transfer of  funds from the Tax Increment District Fund as prescribed in Resolution 03‐63 is included in the  budget, as well as a transfer of additional funds from the Tax Increment District Fund to reduce  the Tax Increment Revenue Bond that is budgeted as the main source of funding for the  project.    Mosaic Architecture of Helena is currently working on the architectural design of the future City  Hall and Parking Structure. In addition, Martel Construction was selected as the general  contractor/construction manager and Mike Cronquist was selected as the owner’s  representative for the Project.      

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 285 of 484

City Hall/Parking Structure Construction Fund - 4005 Actual FY 2013

Revenues Investment Earnings 371000 Investment Earnings

$

Other Financing Sources 382011 Bond proceeds (TIF Bond and SID Bond) 383000 Transfer from Impact Fees 383011 Transfer from TIF District Fund Total Revenue $

5,142

250,000 255,142

Actual FY 2014

$

$

7,153

250,000 257,153

101000 Beginning Available Cash Total Resources Actual FY 2013

Expenditures

Actual FY 2014

Budget FY 2015

$

$

8,000

250,000 258,000

Actual FY 2015

$

5,302

$

73,025 384,356 250,000 712,682

Budget FY 2016

$

8,000

9,570,000 90,055 2,250,080 $ 11,910,135

$ 2,252,701

$

$ 2,510,701

$ 14,288,044

Budget FY 2015

Actual FY 2015

2,369,909

Budget FY 2016

411850 Capital Outlay 920 City Hall/Parking Structure Project Total Expenditures $

20 20

$

31,646 31,646

1,000,000 $ 1,000,000

$

630,475 630,475

14,288,044 $ 14,288,044

Unappropriated

$ 1,510,701

$

Total Fund

$ 2,510,701

$ 14,288,044

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-

FY 2016  CDBG/HOME, Housing Rehab & Affordable Housing  Library Fund     

CDBG/HOME Homebuyers Assistance Fund ‐ 2945  Purpose  The CDBG/HOME Homebuyers Assistance Fund provides budget authority to facilitate a “pass‐ through” grant for first‐time homebuyer assistance in Whitefish.  The Community Development  Block Grant (CDBG) Program pays grant funds to the City of Whitefish.  These funds are then  paid to the Whitefish Housing Authority.  The Housing Authority administers the program. In  addition to the CDBG Program, the Whitefish Housing Authority also participates in the HOME  Grant Program.    FY 2016 Objectives  The objective of the CDBG/HOME Homebuyers Assistance Fund for this fiscal year is to facilitate  the pass‐through of grant dollars to the Whitefish Housing Authority. 

  Housing Rehabilitation Fund ‐ 2987  Purpose  The Housing Rehabilitation Fund provides budget authority to facilitate the City’s Housing  Rehabilitation Revolving Loan Program for qualified homeowners and property owners.  The  program is administered by the Whitefish Housing Authority through an interlocal agreement  with the City.      FY 2016 Objectives  The objective of the Housing Rehabilitation Fund for this fiscal year is to comply with Federal  requirements to manage the repayment and reuse of rehabilitation loans.     

Affordable Housing Fund ‐ 2989  Purpose  The purpose of the Affordable Housing Fund is to provide budget authority to administer the  City’s voluntary affordable housing cash in‐lieu program.     FY 2016 Objectives  The objective of the Affordable Housing Fund for this fiscal year is to administer the affordable  housing cash in‐lieu program in cooperation with the Whitefish Housing Authority. The City  Council may evaluate options for a mandatory affordable housing program during FY 2016.     City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 287 of 484

CDBG/HOME Homebuyers Assistance Fund - 2945 Actual FY 2013

Revenues

Actual FY 2014

Budget FY 2015

Intergovernmental Revenues 331008 CDBG Community Development Grant 11,748 331009 CDBG/HOME Grant 34,839 Total Revenue $ 46,587

400,000 $ 400,000

101000 Beginning Available Cash $ Actual FY 2013

Economic Development 350 Professional Services

Budget FY 2016

$

-

400,000 $ 400,000

-

Total Resources

Expenditures

Actual FY 2015

-

$ 400,000

Actual FY 2014

-

$

-

-

$ 400,000

Budget FY 2016

$

-

380,000 20,000 400,000

-

$ 400,000

Actual FY 2015

$

32,659 32,659

Total Expenditures $ 46,587

$

Budget FY 2015

13,928 $ 13,928

470600 Homebuyers Assistance 794 Acquisition of Rentals/Homes Purchase 880 Administrative Expense

-

$

380,000 20,000 400,000

$

-

-

$ 400,000

Housing Rehabilitation Fund - 2987 Actual FY 2013

Revenues

Actual FY 2014

Miscellaneous Revenue 362000 Miscellaneous Revenue $

-

Budget FY 2015

20,000 $ 20,000

-

20,000 $ 20,000

2,500 5,000 7,500

$

325 365 690

$

2,500 5,000 7,500

$ 27,500

$

690

$ 27,500

-

$

745 1,740 2,485

$

520 425 945

$

Total Fund Revenue $

2,485

$

945

101000 Beginning Available Cash

$

Total Resources

Budget FY 2016

$

$

Investment Earnings 373030 HOME Loan Repayments 373070 USDA Program Loan Repayments

Actual FY 2015

3,818

$

$ 31,318 Actual FY 2013

Expenditures Materials and Services 470200 USDA Housing Rehab Projects 470440 HOME Grant Projects Total Expenditures

Actual FY 2014

1,700 $

1,700

$ 27,808

Budget FY 2015

21,745 9,573 $ 31,318

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308

Actual FY 2015

4,200 $

4,200

Budget FY 2016

18,235 9,573 $ 27,808

Affordable Housing Fund - 2989 (Cash-in-Lieu of Affordable Housing) Actual FY 2013

Revenues

Actual FY 2014

362004 Cash-in-Lieu Payments Total Revenue $

-

$

-

Budget FY 2015 100,000 $ 100,000

101000 Beginning Available Cash

Expenditures

Actual FY 2015

Budget FY 2016 -

$

-

1,000 Actual FY 2013

Materials and Services 794 Homeowner Assistance Total Expenditures $

-

Actual FY 2014

$

-

1,000

Budget FY 2015

101,000 $ 101,000

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100,000 $ 100,000

Actual FY 2015

Budget FY 2016

$

-

101,000 $ 101,000

Sidewalk Districts Fund ‐ 2992 Sidewalk Districts Fund ‐ 2992  

FY 2016 

   

Purpose  The Sidewalk Districts Fund provides budget authority for construction of community sidewalks  resulting from cash‐in‐lieu fees paid by developments when new construction occurs in  established neighborhoods.  Funds are segregated into three districts; east, north and west.   Projects are undertaken within each district when sufficient funds are available to build  substantial lengths of sidewalks.      FY 2016 Objectives  The objective of the Sidewalk Districts Fund for this fiscal year is to accumulate funds for future  projects and provide for construction of sidewalks as funds become available.   

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 290 of 484

Sidewalk Districts Fund - 2992 (cash in lieu) Actual FY 2013

Revenues Investment Earnings 371010 Investment Earnings

Actual FY 2014

Budget FY 2015

Actual FY 2015

Budget FY 2016

$

348 348

$

453 453

$

750 750

$

313 313

$

400 400

$

-

$

3,000 3,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

348

$

3,453

$

750

$

313

$

400

$

130,285

$

126,041

$

131,035

$

126,441

Other Financing Sources 381060 Cash In-lieu - District E 381061 Cash-in-lieu - District W 381062 Cash-in-lieu - District N

Total Fund Revenue $ 101000 Beginning Available Cash Total Resources

Actual FY 2013

Expenditures Capital Outlay 430267 East District Improvements 430268 West District Improvements 430269 North District Improvements Total Expenditures $

-

Actual FY 2014

$

-

Budget FY 2015

$

11,489 60,560 58,986 131,035

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Actual FY 2015

$

4,557 4,557

Budget FY 2016

$

6,891 60,302 59,248 126,441

Commercial & Residential Lighting Districts     

Purpose  The Residential Lighting District Fund 2400 and the Commercial Lighting District Fund 2410  provides budget authority to provide, maintain, and improve residential and commercial street  lighting within the City. The districts are funded through a lighting assessment on property. In  2013, the city raised the lighting assessment 10%.  This was the first increase in at least thirty  years.  To offset the increase, the Council decreased the mill levy by the dollar amount raised by  the lighting increase. The Council then approved a 10% increase in the Commercial Lighting  District Assessment in order to avoid an operating deficit in FY 2015.      FY 2016 Objectives    The objective of the Residential & Commercial Lighting District Funds for this fiscal year is to  provide street lighting within residential and commercial areas. Funds are used to pay for  electricity used by street lights located in the Residential & Commercial Lighting Districts and to  support capital improvement and replacement of system components. A 10% increase in the  Commercial Lighting District Assessment is included in the FY 2016 to ensure adequate cash  reserves in the fund.    Significant or changed appropriations during FY 2016 are:  Item/Project

Cost

Revenue Changes   A 10% increase in the Commercial Lighting Assessment for FY 2016     Expenditure Changes 

$6,708

 

 

Amounts not spent in FY 2015 on the electrical shed have been moved to FY  2016 to complete the project  Utility Services in the Commercial Light District have been decreased due to  the average expended in FY 2015 

 

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 292 of 484

$322 $4,000

Residential Light District Fund - 2400 8/7/2015

(Lighting District #1) Actual FY 2013

Revenues

Miscellaneous Revenue 363010 Maintenance Assessments 363040 Penalties & Interest Total Fund Revenue $

70,732 687 71,419

Actual FY 2014

$

73,374 284 73,658

Budget FY 2015

$

101000 Beginning Available Cash Total Resources Actual FY 2013

Expenditures Personal Services 110 Salaries 120 Overtime 140 Employer Contributions

230 340 360 510 880

$

15,214 89 4,711 20,014

$

2,328 26,348 763 729 492 30,660

Materials and Services Repair & Maintenance Supplies Utility Services Repair & Maintenance Services Insurance Administrative Costs

$

$

Capital Outlay 920 Buildings 940 Machinery & Equipment

79,614 275 79,889 $

76,337 500 76,837 43,282

$ 121,770

$ 120,119

Budget FY 2015

$

16,130 241 5,411 21,782

$

15,000 34,500 1,600 500 473 52,073

10,941 34,051 494 568 46,054

76,337 500 76,837 $

Budget FY 2016

44,933

Actual FY 2014

17,007 112 3,834 20,953

Actual FY 2015

Actual FY 2015

$

17,691 51 4,099 21,841

$

10,045 38,655 1,000 410 403 50,513

9,350

Budget FY 2016

$

19,182 477 6,577 26,236

$

15,000 36,000 1,600 500 527 53,627

9,350

-

-

$

25,600 -

$

9,350

$

9,350

$

-

50,674

$

67,007

$

83,205

$

81,704

$

79,863

Ending Available Cash

$

38,565

$

40,255

Total Fund

$ 121,770

$ Total Expenditures $

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$ 120,119

Commercial Light District Fund - 2410 8/7/2015

(Lighting District #4) Actual FY 2013

Revenues

Miscellaneous Revenue 363010 Maintenance Assessments 363040 Penalties & Interest Total Revenue $

56,471 274 56,745

Actual FY 2014

$

60,897 190 61,087

Budget FY 2015

$

101000 Beginning Available Cash $ Actual FY 2013

Personal Services 110 Salaries 120 Overtime 140 Employer Contributions

230 340 360 510 880

$

69,477 138 69,615

Budget FY 2016

$

30,843

Total Resources

Expenditures

67,084 250 67,334

Actual FY 2015

$

15,214 82 4,658 19,954

$

3,302 36,142 763 729 492 41,428

Actual FY 2014

19,170

98,177

$

Budget FY 2015

$

20,000 30,000 10,000 729 473 61,202

$

17,691 51 4,099 21,841

$

19,555 22,035 9,849 410 403 52,252

Budget FY 2016

$

$

19,649 25,159 4,121 494 568 49,991

-

$

25,600 -

$

7,650

$

7,359

$

332

61,382

$

70,944

$

90,634

$

81,452

$

82,595

Ending Available Cash

$

7,542

$

10,617

Total Fund

$

98,177

$

93,212

Capital Outlay 920 Buildings 940 Machinery & Equipment

$

Actual FY 2015

93,212

17,007 112 3,834 20,953

Materials and Services Repair & Maintenance Supplies Utility Services Repair & Maintenance Services Insurance Administrative Costs

16,130 241 5,411 21,782

73,792 250 74,042

7,650 $

Total Requirements $

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$

19,182 477 6,577 26,236

$

19,000 26,000 10,000 500 527 56,027

7,359

332

Street Fund      

Purpose  The Street Fund provides budget authority to support the operation, maintenance and  improvement of the City of Whitefish street and storm drainage systems.    FY 2016 Objectives  The objective of the Street Fund for this fiscal year is to provide street maintenance and  improvements for the driving, walking and bicycling public. Typical maintenance activities  include street sweeping, asphalt repairs and preventative maintenance, snow and ice removal,  and upkeep of traffic signs and markings.    Significant or changed appropriations during FY 2016 are:  Item/Project Amount Expenditures  Overlays & Chipseals – Combining 2.5 years of projects (Repair & Maint. ‐ 360) 

$620,000

 

6  5  4 



2  1 

Priority  Improvement Description     

 

Central Avenue Asphalt Overlay & Sidewalk Reconstruction – Design Only   Shop Building Expansion ‐ Building (split St/Wat/Sew) 10% impact fee  Wireless Data & Communications Systems – Mobile Nodes &  Wireless Interface (split Str/Wat/Sew)  Central Avenue Slump Repairs  Birch Point RxR Crossing Quiet Zone  Sidewalk Extension Project  Reaming Electrical Shed costs not expended in FY 2015  Total

$80,000 $25,000 $35,000 $200,000 $25,000 $25,000 $1,343 $391,343

Machinery & Equipment  Hydraulic Power Unit ‐ Replace 2005 Lynx LPU18H02, (Total $7,000 ‐ split  $2,500 Street, $2,250 each Water/Sewer)  Total   Machinery & Equipment – Snow Plowing  Snow Plow, 10' ‐ Replace Henke ZZ REL 10   Snow Plow – replace Boss  Snow Gate  Total

      City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 295 of 484

$2,500 $2,500     $12,500 $9,000 $8,000 $29,500

Street Fund - 2110

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

Revenues

322031 322035 322036 323022

Licenses and Permits Cable T.V. Franchise Fee Water Utility ROW Fee Wastewater Utility ROW Fee Street Excavation Permit Fees $

113,819 105,565 85,435 2,900 307,719

$

36,337 145,709 182,046

Intergovernmental Revenues 334000 State Grants 334200 Safe Routes to School 335040 Gasoline Tax Apportionment

Actual FY 2014

$

91,923 133,619 108,998 3,300 337,840

$

7,542 146,598 154,140

Budget FY 2015

$

90,000 125,000 105,593 3,000 323,593

$

95,980 143,823 114,150 3,350 357,303

$

67,423 146,658 214,081

$

2,000 2,000

$

5,000 819,437 2,500 826,937

Charges for Services 343370 Plan Review/Const. Oversight Fees $ 362000 363010 363040

Miscellaneous Revenue Miscellaneous Revenue Maintenance Assessments Penalties and Interest

-

$

15,916 844,062 5,758 865,736

$

$

9,095 -

$

Other Financing Sources 383000 Interfund Operating Transfer In

Total Fund Revenue $ 1,355,501 Beginning Available Cash Total Resources

$

7,678 793,248 2,940 803,866

-

$ 1,295,846

Actual FY 2015

$

-

$ 1,366,611

Budget FY 2016

$

95,000 143,750 120,000 3,000 361,750

$

2,000 60,752 146,659 209,411

$

149,242 149,242

$

750 750

$

2,000 2,000

$

7,964 849,057 2,791 859,812

$

5,000 822,736 2,500 830,236

$

-

$ 1,427,277

$ $

1,104,618 $ 2,471,229

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 296 of 484

1,343,228 1,437,460

$

2,780,689

Street Fund - 2110

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

Expenditures 430200 Street and Alley Personal Services 110 Salaries 111 Seasonal 112 Permanent Part Time 120 Overtime 125 Stand By or Call Back Time 130 Vacation/Sick Accrual 140 Employer Contributions $ 210 220 230 310 320 330 340 350 360 370 390 397 510 540 880

Materials and Services Office Supplies/Materials Operating Supplies/Materials Repair & Maintenance Supplies Communication & Transportation Printing Notices, Subscriptions, Dues Utility Service Professional Services Repair & Maintenance Services Travel & Training Other Purchased Services Contract Services Insurance Expense Special Assessments Administrative Expense

932 940

Capital Outlay Street Improvements Machinery & Equipment

870

Operating Contingency Operating Contingency

Actual FY 2014

361,855

410,362

453,968

32,133 3,194 13,372

24,499 4,137 13,111

18,562 6,082 4,676

162,334 572,888

$

186,688 638,797

$

1,128 9,089 87,872 86 221 1,179 12,295 9,727 23,848 3,656 1,746 3,160 17,172 29,298 18,397 218,874

$

163,729 108,552 272,281

1,094 7,263 83,825 157

$

2,884 11,764 7,317 221,355 912 90 199 23,489 35,606 14,191 410,146

$

95,388 26,347 121,735

$

Budget FY 2015

-

Total Street and Alley $ 1,104,769

$

-

$ 1,129,952

Actual FY 2015

Budget FY 2016

$

420,204 13,979 5,307 14,091 193,003 646,585

$

2,158 18,694 91,631 17 1,895 11,069 11,611 32,047 1,163 23 4,804 15,730 29,321 13,707 233,869

$

375,423 32,000 407,423

$

75,102 17,883 92,985

$

50,000 50,000

$

-

$ 2,072,763

$

$

214,140 697,428

$

3,000 15,000 73,500 1,000 1,500 5,000 14,482 33,600 683,000 6,500 10,000 2,500 23,000 29,000 16,830 917,912

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 297 of 484

$

460,363 1,901 2,016 12,501 3,950 195,008 675,739

$

3,000 15,000 79,700 1,000 2,000 7,250 14,482 28,600 655,500 6,500 10,000 2,500 16,000 29,500 14,594 885,626

$

391,343 2,500 393,843

$

50,000 50,000

$

2,005,208

-

973,440

Street Fund - 2110

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

Expenditures 430251 Ice and Snow Removal Personal Services 110 Salaries 120 Overtime 125 Stand By or Call Back Time 140 Employer Contributions

19,484 1,511

$ 220 230 340 360 397 510

Materials and Services Operating Supplies/Materials Repair & Maintenance Supplies Utility Services Repair & Maintenance Services Contract Services Insurance

940

Capital Outlay Machinery & Equipment

Actual FY 2014

13,726 34,721

Budget FY 2015

20,683 5,010

$

19,211 44,904

$

25,000 5,000 2,500 11,793 44,293

5,766 33,423

422 53,558

6,000 44,000

10,329

3,139 171

18,300 2,000

Actual FY 2015

Budget FY 2016

$

55,402 10,874 21,301 87,577

$

16,300 2,000 68,300

$

25,000 7,000 28,219 60,219

$

49,518

$

57,290

$

70,300

$

287 31,967 622 1,109 174 106 34,264

$

26,723

$

1,825

$

26,200

$

7,485

$

29,500

Total Ice and Snow Removal $

110,962

$

104,019

$

140,793

$

129,326

$

158,019

$ 1,102,766

$

2,163,227

Total Expenditures $ 1,215,731

$ 1,233,971

$ 2,213,556

6,000 44,000

Year End Available Cash

$

257,673

$

617,462

Total Street Fund

$ 2,471,229

$

2,780,689

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 298 of 484

Stormwater Stormwater  

FY 2016 

   

Purpose  The Stormwater Fund provides budget authority to support the operation, maintenance and  improvement of the City’s stormwater system.      FY 2016 Objectives  The objectives of the Stormwater Fund for this fiscal year is to provide continuing maintenance  and improvements for the City’s stormwater system, as well as contract services necessary to  implement environmental regulations.  The Fund is supported by a stormwater utility  assessment on all properties within the City.      Significant or changed appropriations during FY 2016 are:  Item/Project Revenue     Continued reduction of assessment from $72 to about $12  

$66,000

 

  Expenditure Changes   

Priority             Project Description  1 

4th Street Drainage Improvements 



Crestwood & Parkway Drive Stormwater  Monegan Road Phase 1 (additional $90,000 included in the  Impact Fees Fund budget for a project total of $275,000) 

$150,000



Armory Road Drainage Improvements (Engineering & Const) 

$65,000



Riverside Stormwater Treatment Pond BMP Improvements 

$50,000



   

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 299 of 484

$35,000

$185,000

Stormwater Fund - 2525 Actual FY 2013

Revenues

343370

8/7/2015

Charges for Services Plan Review / Construction Oversight

$

11,700 11,700

65,684 813 $ 66,497

$

61,693 236 61,929

Total Fund Revenue $ 74,397

$

73,629

$ 363010 363040

Miscellaneous Revenue Maintenance Assessments Penalties and Interest

Beginning Available Cash Impact Fee Balance Beginning Total Resources

7,900 7,900

Actual FY 2014

Budget FY 2015

$

9,300 9,300

$

66,000 1600 67,600 $

$

74,600

$

7,000 7,000

Actual FY 2015

$

Budget FY 2016

$

7,000 7,000

66,489 241 66,730

$

66,000 1600 67,600

76,030

$

74,600

1,102,520 93,910 $ 1,271,030

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 300 of 484

738,620

$

813,220

Stormwater Fund - 2525

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

Expenditures

210 220 230 310 320 330 340 350 360 370 390 397 730

Materials and Services Office Supplies/Materials Operating Supplies Repair & Maintenance Supplies Postage & Freight Printing Publicity/Subscriptions/Dues Utility Services Professional Services Repair & Maintenance Services Travel & Training Other Purchased Services Contract Services Whitefish Lake Institute Grant

930 932 940

Capital Outlay Improvements Street Improvements Machinery & Equipment

$

60 1,751 30 150 97 6,667 8,755

Actual FY 2014

$

2,000 2,409 356 6,667 11,432

Budget FY 2015

$

Actual FY 2015

500 5,000 22,500 1,000 500 1,000 500 5,000 2,500 2,000 100 6,667 47,267

$

14 5,634 1,850 6,666 14,164

$

76,480 37,864 $ 114,344

$

840,000

$

421,030

$

485,000

Total Expenditures $ 49,961

$ 125,776

$

887,267

$

435,194

$

518,267

Total Stormwater Fund

421,030 -

500 5,000 11,500 1,000 500 1,000 500 2,000 2,500 2,000 100 6,667 33,267

41,206 $ 41,206

Ending Available Cash Ending Impact Fee Balance

840,000 -

Budget FY 2016

-

485,000

-

-

289,853 87,410 $ 1,264,530

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 301 of 484

294,953 $

813,220

Water Fund      

Purpose 

 

 

The Water Fund provides budget authority to support the operation, maintenance and  improvement of the City of Whitefish water system.    FY 2016 Objectives  The objective of the Water Fund for this fiscal year is to supply potable water to City water  customers, provide preventative and emergency maintenance for the system as needed.    Significant or changed appropriations during FY 2016 are:  Item/Project

Amount

  Revenue Changes   

Loan Proceeds – Whitefish West Phase II Remainder

$472,700

Increase in Water Usage Charges

$375,000

Expenditure Changes  Property Purchase Description South Water Reservoir Land Acquisition – Purchase of land for new reservoir south of railroad tracks Building Description Shop Building Expansion – Building (split Street/Water/Sewer) – 10% Impact Fee Pave Road to Wireless Communication Controls Building at Water Reservoir Total Building

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

Priority

Improvement Description Whitefish West Water Main Improvement – Phase II Lion Mountain Loop Interconnect – Enhance system grid & eliminate Mountain Park Booster Station ($133,400 Impact Fee) Central Avenue Water Main Replacement – Design Only Wireless Mesh & Expansion of Backup Equipment (Total $105,000 – split Street/Water/Sewer) Columbia Avenue Bridge Water Main Upgrade – Repair/upsize 6” water main to 8” running under the bridge. Cast Iron Water Main Replacement – 3rd & 4th West of Jennings and Montana North of Edgewood Karrow Avenue Loop Design P&ID Equipment for pumping stations (process & control instrumentation for booster pumps & lake pump/reservoir and for wireless process and instrumentation diagram) Total Improvements

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 302 of 484

Total

Impact Fees

$150,000

$25,000

$2,500

$35,000 $60,000

$2,500

$442,700 $270,000 $10,000

$180,090

$35,000 $150,000 $500,000 $80,000

$15,000 $1,502,700

$180,090

Water Fund      

 

Machinery & Equipment Handheld Meter Reader, replacement (split Water/Sewer) MRX Mobile Data Reader (Total $7,000 split Water/Sewer) Locator ( spilt Water/Sewer) Pickup Truck, 4x4 – replacement for 1997 Ford F250 Mobile Drive Unit (split Water/Sewer) Hydraulic Power Unit – Replace 2005 Lynx LPU18H02 (Total $7,000 – split $2,500 Street, $2,250 Water/Sewer) Auma Actuators (continual replacement) Particle Counters (continual replacement) Turbidimeters (continual replacement) Streaming Current Monitor (continual replacement) UV%T Analyzer Liquid Polymer Feeder VFD 50 HP Pump SUV – Replace 2008 Ford Escape Total Machinery & Equipment

   

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 303 of 484

Total $2,750 $3,500 $3,000 $27,000 $3,250 $2,250 $13,500 $14,500 $14,000 $6,000 $5,750 $9,000 $15,000 $22,000 $141,500

Impact Fees

Water Fund - 5210

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

Revenues

334121 334143

Intergovernmental Revenues DNRC Grants ARRA Block Grant-Hydro Project

341077 343021 343025 343026 343027 343029 343370

Charges for Services 5% Admin Fee for Impact Fees Water Usage Charges Impact Fees - Water Installation Fees Miscellaneous Income Late Fees Plan Review/Const. Oversight Fees

Actual FY 2014

Actual FY 2015

-

-

100,000 $

200,000 200,000

7,030 2,486,936 157,333 47,817 47,745 34,990 1,250 $ 2,783,101

Miscellaneous Revenues 363000 Special Assessments 363040 Penalties and Interest 363050 Latecomer Fees

$

100,000

11,356 2,672,390 226,465 55,368 54,782 34,325 875 $ 3,055,561

$

-

$

-

6,000 2,500,000 150,000 45,000 40,000 33,000 2,500 $ 2,776,500

9,395 2,876,452 186,708 42,846 68,669 33,095 4,000 $ 3,221,166

$

500 500

$

9 1,550 1,559

Budget FY 2016

-

$

Investment Earnings 371010 Investment Earnings 371010 Investment Earnings - Impact Fees

200 5,137

$

$

10 500 510

$

6,169 2,140 8,309

$

5,000 2,000 7,000

$

-

$

472,700 472,700

$

3,631,710

1,315,003 978,115 921,855 $ 3,214,973

$

2,334,040 954,156 649,825 3,938,020

$ 6,546,525

$

7,569,730

$

7 1,500 1,507

$

700 1,000 1,700

$

552,852 552,852

6,771 $

6,771

$

6,390 2,273 8,663

$

-

$

-

Other Financing Sources 381070 SRF Loan Proceeds

Total Revenue $ 2,995,009 Beginning Available Cash 102110 Impact/PIF Balance Beginning 102213 Debt Srvc & Debt Rsrv Balance Beginning

$ 3,165,731

6,000 2,875,000 150,000 45,000 40,000 33,000 2,500 3,151,500

4,937

$

Total Resources

Budget FY 2015

$ 3,331,552

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$ 3,231,034

Water Fund - 5210

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

Expenditures

110 111 112 120 125 130 140

210 220 230 310 320 330 340 350 360 370 390 397 510 530 540 545 730 880

Personal Services Salaries Seasonal Permanent Part Time Overtime Stand By or Call Back Vacation/Sick Accrual Employer Contributions

539,163

626,238

23,213 17,745 6,655

21,694 24,677 14,879

$

27,830 19,915 6,742 11,040 224,924 829,614

$

3,342 63,931 139,256 13,473 375 11,490 73,485 23,199 65,952 3,297 35,169 5,536 30,745 8,406 7,891 133,619 6,666 23,489 649,321

214,835 778,554

$

2,637 44,880 92,193 13,368 226 11,502 81,708 44,753 44,074 980 34,440 40,398 39,666 8,161 7,842 105,565 6,667 19,183 598,243

Total Water Operating $ 1,376,797

910 920 930 940

610 620

Capital Outlay Land Buildings Improvements Machinery and Equipment

27,230 1,642,342 59,604 $ 1,729,176

Debt Service - Principal Debt Service - Interest $

459,000 116,080 575,080

Total Expenditures $ 3,681,053 Ending Available Cash Ending PIF/Impact Fee Balance Debt Service Ending Balance

Total Water Fund

Budget FY 2015

516,106

$ Materials and Services Office Supplies/Materials Operating Supplies Repair & Maintenance Supplies Postage & Freight Printing Publicity/Subscriptions/Dues Utility Services Professional Services Repair & Maintenance Services Travel & Training Other Purchased Services Contract Services Insurance Rent Special Assessments Water Utility ROW Fee Whitefish Lake Institute Administrative Expense

Actual FY 2014

$

271,113 958,601

$

7,500 56,240 164,014 13,500 2,500 15,010 93,050 92,600 37,800 9,600 32,500 45,000 31,000 8,700 7,555 125,000 6,667 21,736 769,972

Actual FY 2015

$

562,646 17,606 25,096 7,336 231,894 844,577

$

Budget FY 2016

$

644,900 1,901 6,994 28,813 13,850 277,816 974,274

2,473 53,010 139,618 13,335 191 9,702 69,487 43,601 120,583 2,401 28,081 46,264 30,319 9,003 8,575 143,823 6,667 17,703 744,836

$

4,000 56,975 170,784 13,500 2,500 19,010 80,000 107,600 39,800 10,600 32,500 40,000 29,000 8,961 7,555 143,750 6,667 19,342 792,544

$

1,766,818

$

150,000 60,000 1,537,700 141,500 1,889,200

$ 1,478,935

$ 1,728,573

$ 1,589,414

$

32,295 283,714 69,477 385,486

150,000 41,000 1,416,154 85,800 $ 1,692,954

$

328,887 19,812 348,699

$

469,000 74,411 543,411

490,000 68,858 558,858

$

479,000 64,835 543,835

$

518,000 61,096 579,096

$ 2,481,947

$

4,235,114

824,722 819,563 921,855 $ 2,566,140

$

1,761,226 923,566 649,825 3,334,616

$ 6,546,525

$

7,569,730

$ 2,407,832

$

$ 3,980,385

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 305 of 484

Wastewater Fund      

Purpose  The Wastewater Fund provides budget authority to support the operation, maintenance and  improvement of the City of Whitefish wastewater system.     FY 2016 Objectives  The objective of the Wastewater Fund for this fiscal year is to collect and treat the community’s  wastewater and provide preventative and emergency maintenance for the system as needed.    Significant or changed appropriations during FY 2016 are:  Item/Project

Amount

  Revenue Changes   

Loan Proceeds – Whitefish West Phase II Remainder ($1,445,577 project cost less $398,050 Impact Fee contribution paid in FY 2015 and $51,000 of Wastewater funds) Loan Proceeds – I&I Mitigation ($1,254,000 project cost less $650,000 of grants monies through TSEP/RRGL plus bond costs/reserves)

$657,000

Increase in Sewer Service Charges

$288,145

$996,527

Expenditure Changes:  Total

6

5

4

3

2 1

Priority

City Contribution for the Preliminary Engineering Reports for Lion Mountain and East Lakeshore (Septic Leachate)

$70,000

Building Description Shop Building Expansion – Building (split Street/Water/Sewer) – 10% Impact Fee

$25,000

Improvement Description Whitefish West Sewer Main Improvement – Phase II River Lakes Forcemain Extension I&I Mitigation Design *field data acquisition/analysis & TSEP Grant Application, CIPP & manhole repairs Wastewater Treatment Facility Improvement Project (site irrigation) – 70% Impact Fees Birch Point Liftstation – Phase I pump station upgrades (new wetwell, valve pit & pipe extensions) & emergency power generator – 30% Impact Fees Cow Creek Sewer Extension to South end of BNSF R.O.W. – 50% Impact Fees Wireless Mesh & Expansion of Backup Equipment (Total $105,000 – split $35,000 each Street/Water/Sewer) Generator – City Beach Liftstation Standby Power & Access Improvements Upgrade Pumps at Main Liftstation Wastewater Treatment Plant Design Costs Total Improvement Projects

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 306 of 484

Impact Fees

$2,500

$966,527 $85,000 $1,254,000 $50,000

$35,000

$600,000 $132,375

$180,000 $66,188

$35,000 $75,000 $75,000 $100,000 $3,372,902

$281,188

Wastewater Fund       Machinery & Equipment Handheld Meter Reader, replacement (split Water/Sewer) MRX Mobile Data Reader (Total $7,000 split Water/Sewer) Locator ( spilt Water/Sewer) Optimization Strategies DO Control, Recycle Heat Retention Mobile Drive Unit (split Water/Sewer) Hydraulic Power Unit – Replace 2005 Lynx LPU18H02 (Total $7,000 – split $2,500 Street, $2,250 Water/Sewer) Slurry Pump w/VFD & Alum Recycle Portable PH, DO, Temp, River Monitoring Ammonium, PH ORP, LDO, Temp. Chlorine Analyzer Manhole Chimney Repair Equipment Total Machinery & Equipment

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 307 of 484

Total $2,750 $3,500 $3,000 $40,000 $3,250 $2,250 $19,000 $5,000 $11,000 $5,500 $35,000 $130,250

Impact Fees

Wastewater Fund - 5310

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

Revenues Intergovernmental Revenues Treasure State Endowment Prog DNRC ARRA Grant - Energy Proj. DNRC Planning Grants 334121 RRGL & WRDA Grants

Actual FY 2014

Budget FY 2015

Actual FY 2015

334120

341077 343031 343032 343033 343034 343036 343370

150,000 12,750 40,750

8,587 2,051,208 1,460 170,870 31,234 8,818 1,050 $ 2,273,227

Miscellaneous Revenues 363000 Special Assessments 363040 Penalties and Interest 365000 Contributions & Donations $ Investment Earnings 371010 Investment Earnings 371010 Investment Earnings - Impact Fees

6,632 9 17,800 24,441

$

4,966 775 $ 2,432,021

$

150,000

8,000 2,111,855 1,000 150,000 10,000 1,000 1,500 $ 2,283,355

$

125,000

74,962 $

150,000 500,000 775,000

$

8,000 2,400,000 1,000 200,000 10,000 1,000 1,500 2,621,500

$

12 12

$

10

89,962

12,163 2,282,970 2,290 239,754 20,402 21,834 4,000 $ 2,583,412

$

12 100 112

3,000 5,000 8,000

$

3,254 1,099 4,354

$

3,000 2,000 5,000

10

3,739

$

-

$

$

3,739

$

3,292 1,920 5,212

$

-

$

452,300 452,300

1,421,527 $ 1,421,527

$

185,454 185,454

$

1,703,527 1,703,527

$ 2,889,543

$ 3,862,882

$ 2,863,294

$

5,105,039

542,007 675,028 453,761 $ 1,670,796

$

1,659,222 224,946 219,078 2,103,246

$ 5,533,678

$

7,208,285

Total Revenue $ 2,342,157

Total Resources

11,655 2,179,963 2,240 232,422

Other Financing Sources 381070 SRF Loan Proceeds

Beginning Available Cash 102110 Impact/PIF Balance Beginning 102216 Debt Service Balance Beginning

15,000 28,000

$ Charges for Services 5% Admin Fee for Impact Fees Sewer Service Charges Inspection Fees Impact Fees - Wastewater Impact Fees - Big Mt. Miscellaneous Income Plan Review/Const. Oversight Fees

Budget FY 2016

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 308 of 484

Wastewater Fund - 5310

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

Expenditures

110 111 112 120 125 130 140

Personal Services Salaries Seasonal Permanent Part Time Overtime Stand By or Call Back Vacation/Sick Accrual Employer Contributions $

210 220 230 310 320 330 340 350 360 370 390 397 510 530 540 541 545 730 750 810 880

Materials and Services Office Supplies/Materials Operating Supplies Repair & Maintenance Supplies Postage & Freight Printing Notices, Subscriptions, Dues Utility Services Professional Services Repair & Maintenance Services Travel & Training Other Purchased Services Contract Services Insurance Land Rental Special Assessments State Assessments and Fees Wastewater Utility ROW Fee Whitefish Lake Institute Grant DEQ SSO Fines/WF Lake Institute Bad Debt Write-Offs Administrative Expense

610 620

Debt Service Bonded Debt Principal Bonded Debt Interest

Budget FY 2016

585,027

528,691

23,204 14,810 6,655

27,593 16,378 6,742 6,905 239,319 832,102

21,694 9,766 5,089

17,467 23,697 7,251

251,953 856,115

$

$

262,440 884,016

398 37,594 770 361 4,559 85,435 6,667

1,397 143,139 118,247 13,185 335 2,168 102,101 44,808 16,454 8,075 4,813 5,536 32,119 175 361 3,000 108,998 6,667

3,000 131,125 150,214 13,000 600 8,503 108,132 225,200 50,000 11,500 8,000 2,500 29,000 5,210 150 3,500 105,593 6,667

21,596 587,395

21,681 633,259

500 20,044 882,438

$

2,102 402,672 67,317 496,967

$

135,000 72,952 207,952

Total Expenditures $ 2,148,429

$

$

612,330 1,958 6,994 18,175 13,850 276,079 929,386

$

234,646 811,750

$

1,874 116,853 85,247 12,980 187 3,532 99,501 70,350 23,946 2,830 1,147 6,453 34,509 780 372 5,423 114,150 6,667 200 16,340 603,339

$

18,445 958,491

$

1,887,877

$

25,000 3,372,902 130,250 3,528,152

$

3,000 141,125 149,709 13,000 600 12,503 108,132 275,200 52,000 11,500 8,000 2,500 27,000 5,210 400 3,500 120,000 6,667

$ 1,465,361

$ 1,766,454

$ 1,415,090

$

10,777 496,525 128,349 812,029

27,000 2,504,077 58,800 $ 2,589,877

$

773,422 2,300 775,722

$

146,300 59,910 206,210

184,000 107,184 291,184

$

165,000 67,536 232,536

$

254,000 113,859 367,859

$ 2,423,348

$

5,783,888

$

1,005,873 159,446 239,078 1,424,397

$

7,208,285

$ 2,483,600

$

$ 4,647,514

Ending Available Cash Ending PIF/Impact Fee Balance Debt Service Ending Balance $ Total Wastewater Fund

Actual FY 2015

535,165

Total Wastewater Operating $ 1,443,510 Capital Outlay Buildings Improvement Projects Equipment

Budget FY 2015

559,493

1,681 125,238 96,430 13,436 226 9,191 89,674 49,166 41,696 3,277

$

920 934 940

Actual FY 2014

187,425 244,978 453,761 886,164

$ 5,533,678

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 309 of 484

-

Solid Waste      

Purpose  The Solid Waste Fund provides budget authority to support contract and administrative  services for the solid waste collection program.     FY 2016 Objectives  The objective of the Solid Waste Fund for this budget year is to administer the City’s solid waste  collection and recycling services contract with North Valley Refuse.  The City administers the  North Valley Refuse contract, provides customer assistance, monthly billing, alley maintenance,  and general administrative support services for the solid waste collection program.    A new North Valley Refuse contract was signed in May 2012 and is valid through October 31,  2016.  Three percent rate increases are built in for every year of the contract starting with  October 2012.    The City Council decides on annual inflationary increases in the Solid Waste  rates every October and these have not been included in the FY 2016 Budget.      

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 310 of 484

Solid Waste Fund - 5410 Revenues

343041 343043 343046

Charges for Services Solid Waste Collection Fees Container Charge Miscellaneous Revenue

371010

Investment Earnings Interest Earnings

8/7/2015

Actual FY 2013

Actual FY 2014

739,782 4,815 58 $ 744,655

768,926 6,185 110 $ 775,221

$

194 194

Total Revenue $ 744,849

$

360 360

$ 775,581

Budget FY 2015

Actual FY 2015

761,626 5,000 50 $766,676

$

120 120

$ 766,796

Budget FY 2016

804,896 6,825 129 $811,850

806,000 5,000 50 $811,050

343 343

$

350 350

$ 812,192

$

811,400

$

Beginning Available Cash

$ 110,522

$

148,414

Total Resources

$ 877,318

$

959,814

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 311 of 484

Solid Waste Fund - 5410 Actual FY 2013

Expenditures

110 112 120 130 140

210 220 230 310 320 330 340 350 360 370 390 397 510 810 880

8/7/2015

Personal Services Salaries Permanent Part Time Overtime Vacation/Sick Accrual Employer Contributions Materials and Services Office Supplies/Materials Operating Supplies Repair & Maintenance Supplies Communication & Transportation Printing Publicity/Subscriptions/Dues Utility Services Professional Services Repair & Maintenance Services Travel & Training Refuse Hauling Contract Contract Services Insurance Bad Debt Write-Offs Administrative Expense

Actual FY 2014

49,780 1,685 620 16,585 $ 68,670

Budget FY 2015

49,211 1,880 785

$

15,877 67,753

199 296 1,402 12,977 154 107 1,199 1,347 773 66 617,592 100 2,063

242 830 1,668 13,048 113 112 1,360 1,473 307 29 647,386 1,509 1,516

1,642 $ 639,917

Total Solid Waste Operating $ 708,587

Actual FY 2015

50,940 1,813 663

$

18,804 72,220

Budget FY 2016

49,486 1,870 1,063

$

16,840 69,259

$

54,404 2,016 1,107 3,950 22,021 83,498

1,842 $ 671,435

500 1,000 5,330 14,000 250 300 1,550 150 800 500 667,208 500 1,550 150 1,635 $ 695,423

152 679 1,411 12,918 187 155 1,287 1,957 912 19 676,978 669 1,082 1,332 $ 699,738

$

500 1,000 5,330 14,000 250 300 1,550 2,000 800 50 687,224 500 1,200 1,600 716,304

$ 739,188

$ 767,643

$ 768,998

$

799,802

Ending Available Cash

$ 109,674

$

160,012

Total Solid Waste Fund

$ 877,318

$

959,814

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 312 of 484

SID Debt Service Funds     

Purpose  The purpose of a Special Improvement District (S.I.D.) Fund is to provide budget authority to  collect district assessments and to disperse principle and interest payments on behalf of district  property owners and to repay the various City funds for the early retirement of externally‐held  S.I.D. bonds.  S.I.D.s can be formed to address infrastructure needs (i.e. water, sewer, streets,  sidewalks, etc.) in specific neighborhoods or areas of the City or on a City‐wide basis.    FY 2016 Objectives  The objective of the S.I.D. Fund for this fiscal year is to meet obligations previously incurred to  facilitate various community improvement projects. In addition, it provides for the proposed  Parking Structure SID 167 to deposit a portion of the bond proceeds into the SID Revolving Fund  as required by law. A Parking Structure SID 167 Fund will be setup if the District is created and  approved by the City Council.     

    City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 313 of 484

SID Revolving Fund - 3400 Actual FY 2013

Revenues

Miscellaneous Revenue 381030 SID Bond Proceeds (Parking Structure) 371010 Investment Earnings Total Fund Revenue $

Actual FY 2014

Actual FY 2015

Budget FY 2016

44,000 376 376

$

478 478

101000 Beginning Cash Balance

$

-

$

340 340

$ 124,153 Actual FY 2013

Expenditures

Budget FY 2015

Actual FY 2014

$

44,000

$ 127,921

Budget FY 2015

Actual FY 2015

Budget FY 2016

Transfers 820 Transfers to Other S.I.D. Funds 820 Transfer to General Fund $

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Total Requirements $

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

Unappropriated Balance

$ 124,153

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 314 of 484

$ 171,921

S.I.D. 166 FUND - 3545 Revenues

363020 363040

Miscellaneous Revenue Bond Principal & Interest Assessments Penalties and Interest

Actual FY 2013

Actual FY 2014

Budget FY 2015

105,749 405 $ 106,154

100,368 179 $ 100,547

107,223 600 $ 107,823

$

112,448 289 112,738

$

100 100

$

61 61

$

-

Investment Earnings 371010 Investment Earnings $ 383000

81 81

$

99 99

Other Financing Sources Transfer from Revolving S.I.D.

-

Total Fund Revenue $ 106,235

$ 100,646

610 620 630

Debt Service Principal Interest Paying Agent Fee

107,200 300 $ 107,500

$

50 50

$

112,799

$

-

$ 107,550

Actual FY 2013

70,000 42,468 300 Total Requirements $ 112,768

Unappropriated Balance

Budget FY 2016

$

$ 107,923

101000 Beginning Cash Balance

Expenditures

Actual FY 2015

Actual FY 2014

Budget FY 2015

70,000 39,598 300 $ 109,898

70,000 36,623 600 $ 107,223 $

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 315 of 484

701

Actual FY 2015

$

70,000 36,623 350 106,973

Budget FY 2016

70,000 33,578 300 $ 103,878 $

3,672

Return to: Necile Lorang, City Clerk City of Whitefish PO Box 158 Whitefish, MT 59937-0158

RESOLUTION NO. 15-___ A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, (1) budgeting additional property tax revenue, (2) determining the property tax mills to be levied on all taxable property within the corporate limits of the City of Whitefish, and (3) levying and assessing all special improvement assessments and other assessments on real estate within the Districts for the 2016 fiscal year. WHEREAS, in conformity with the provisions of the Local Government Budget Act, §7-6-4001, et seq., MCA, the City of Whitefish, Montana, prepared a preliminary budget for the 2016 fiscal year commencing July 1, 2015; and WHEREAS, at the lawfully noticed public hearing on June 15, 2015, the City Manager's proposed budget was reviewed and approved as the preliminary budget by the Whitefish City Council; and WHEREAS, in order to adopt the 2016 fiscal year final annual budget and increase the amount of ad valorem tax revenue in excess of the property tax revenues of the previous year as allowed by §§7-6-4030 and 15-10-203, MCA, the City scheduled a public hearing for the purpose of receiving comments on its intention to budget increased property tax revenue, and to determine property tax mills, levies and assessments before the Whitefish City Council to be held at 7:10 p.m. on August 17, 2015; and WHEREAS, prior to such hearing, notices of the type required by §15-10-203, MCA, were published twice in the Whitefish Pilot, on August 5 and August 12, 2015, as required by §7-1-4127, MCA, in the Legal Notices Section, and as required by §15-10-203(2), MCA, advertised in a place where legal notices and classified advertisements do not appear; and WHEREAS, at a lawfully noticed public hearing on August 17, 2015, the Whitefish City Council conducted a hearing for the purpose of adopting the final municipal budget for the City of Whitefish for the 2016 fiscal year with an increase of 3.85 percent or $106,187.00 in property tax revenues because of increased taxable valuation, and because of the change in the 2015 certified taxable valuation and because of a mill levy increase in order to increase the year-end reserves to 12 percent of appropriations, determining the property tax mills to be levied on all taxable property within the corporate limits of the City of Whitefish, Montana, and levying and assessing all special improvement assessments and other assessments on real estate within the

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 316 of 484

Districts, received staff reports, invited public input and considered all written comments received prior to the hearing; and WHEREAS, upon completion of the public hearing, the City Council determined it would be in the best interests of the City and its inhabitants to approve the 2016 fiscal year budget, increase of 3.85 percent or $106,187.00 in property tax revenues from increased valuation, and because of the change in the 2015 certified taxable valuation and because of a mill levy increase in order to increase the year-end reserves to 12 percent of appropriations, levy the property tax mills, and levy and assess all special improvement assessments and other assessments. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, as follows: Section 1: A mill levy of 14.460 mills on the dollar of assessed valuation of all taxable property within the City of Whitefish, Montana, identified as the permissive medical levy, is hereby approved to be used to pay the increased costs of group health insurance premiums for employees, for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2015, and such mills are hereby levied on the assessed valuation of all taxable property within the corporate limits of the City of Whitefish, Montana. Section 2: A mill levy of 24.000 mills on the dollar of assessed valuation of all taxable property within the City of Whitefish, Montana, identified as the 24 hours per day fire protection and ambulance services levy, is hereby approved to be levied for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2015, and such mills are hereby levied on the assessed valuation of all taxable property within the corporate limits of the City of Whitefish, Montana. Section 3: The mill levy for the City taxes to be raised for all municipal purposes other than the permissive medical levy, the 24 hours per day fire protection and ambulance services levy, described above, for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2015, shall be 127.600 mills on the dollar of assessed valuation of all taxable property within the City of Whitefish, Montana, and that said amount is hereby levied and assessed upon all taxable property within the corporate limits of the City of Whitefish, Montana. Section 4: The total mill levy for the City of Whitefish shall be 166.060 mills, consisting of the total of the mills identified in Sections 1, 2, and 3 above. Section 5: From the total mill levy of 166.060 mills, and in accordance with §3-3-8, Whitefish City Code, there shall be a Resort Tax rebate reflected on the property tax bills of City property owners. Twenty-five percent (25%) of the Resort Tax revenues derived in the prior fiscal year, the amount of $679,014.00 be used for property tax reduction. This reduction is equivalent to a credit to the taxpayer of 31.818 mills for the City's 2016 fiscal year, resulting in an effective net mill levy equaling 134.242 mills. Section 6: An electronic listing of the total assessments for all special improvement assessments and other assessments levied against each lot or parcel of land within the Districts which has been prepared by the City Clerk and is maintained in the office of the City Clerk, is by this reference made a part hereof as fully as if set forth verbatim herein. Said special

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 317 of 484

improvement assessments and other assessments are hereby levied and assessed against each lot as shown therein and shall be submitted to Flathead County Information Technology to be collected with County taxes. Such special improvement assessments and other assessments hereby levied shall become delinquent at 6:00 o'clock p.m., November 30, 2015, and shall thereafter bear penalties and interest provided by law. Section 7: As permitted by §7-6-4031(1), MCA, the City Manager and/or the Finance Director are hereby authorized to transfer appropriations between items within the same fund. Section 8: The City Clerk is hereby directed to certify a copy of this Resolution to the County Assessor and the County Clerk and Recorder of Flathead County, Montana, to be collected by the Treasurer, as provided by law. Section 9: The effective date of this Resolution is July 1, 2015, the beginning of the City's 2016 fiscal year, upon its adoption by the City Council, and signing by the Mayor thereof. PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WHITEFISH, MONTANA, ON THIS 17TH DAY OF AUGUST, 2015.

John M. Muhlfeld, Mayor ATTEST:

Necile Lorang, City Clerk

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 318 of 484

Return to: Necile Lorang, City Clerk City of Whitefish PO Box 158 Whitefish, MT 59937-0158

RESOLUTION NO. 15-___ A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, levying and assessing a tax on each lot or parcel of land in the City lying within the boundaries of the City's Street Maintenance District to defray the costs of street improvements. WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Whitefish, has previously created the Street Maintenance District for the purpose of conducting street maintenance, and has provided the method of assessing all lots or parcels of land, located within such district; and WHEREAS, after the proper and lawful notice was published and given, a hearing was held before the Whitefish City Council on August 17, 2015, at which public comment was received and objections received to the final adoption of a Resolution levying and assessing a tax on each lot or parcel of land in such district; and WHEREAS, having determined that it is in the best interests of the City of Whitefish, and its inhabitants, to impose an assessment to defray the costs of street maintenance improvements, and having determined that the proposed formula is the most appropriate and equitable; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, as follows: Section 1:

All of the recitals set forth above are hereby adopted as findings of fact.

Section 2: There is hereby levied and assessed a tax upon all real property in the Street Maintenance District in the total amount of $827,466.12 to cover the cost of the improvements therein; that the name of the owner of each lot, a description of each lot or parcel of land within the Street Maintenance District and the amount of the tax levied against each lot shall be as shown on the electronic schedule marked as assessment for the Street Maintenance District submitted to Flathead County Information Technology to be collected with County taxes; which by this reference is made a part hereof as fully as if set forth verbatim herein. Section 3:

The formula upon which the assessments are based is as follows:

A. A per lot assessment of $83.00 for residential lots, regardless of size, located within subdivisions that collectively maintain a network of private streets, with primary access

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 319 of 484

from those privately maintained streets. Such subdivisions include but are not limited to Grouse Mountain, Suncrest, and Iron Horse. No front foot assessment will apply; OR B.1. A per lot assessment of $109.50 for residential lots, having a frontage of 50 feet or less, with primary access from publicly maintained streets, and $140.00 for commercial/multi-family lots having a frontage of 50 feet or less. All lots within the City that front on or have primary access from a City street fit within this category; AND B.2. A front foot assessment of $2.19 per front foot for residential lots, applied to frontage in excess of 50 feet, with a maximum assessment of $328.50 (corresponding to 150 feet of frontage); or a front foot assessment of $2.80 per front foot for commercial/multi-family lots, applied to frontage in excess of 50 feet, with a maximum assessment of $1,120.00 (corresponding to 400 feet of frontage). Section 4: The City Clerk is hereby directed to certify a copy of this Resolution to the County Assessor and the County Clerk and Recorder of Flathead County, Montana, to be collected by the Treasurer, as provided by law. Section 5: It is the intention of the City of Whitefish that the definition of "maintenance" as defined in §7-12-4401(2), MCA, shall be construed as broadly as is lawfully possible by a charter city with self-governing powers, to include all activities reasonably determined by the City to be necessary in connection with the maintenance of public streets and roads, including but not limited to sprinkling, graveling, oiling, chip sealing, seal coating, overlaying, treating, general cleaning, sweeping, flushing, snow removal, leaf and debris removal, the operation, maintenance, and repair of traffic signal systems, the repair of traffic signs, the placement and maintenance of pavement markings, curb and gutter repair, and sidewalk repair. Section 6: This Resolution shall take effect immediately upon its adoption by the City Council, and signing by the Mayor thereof, but shall be retroactive to July 1, 2015, the beginning of the City's 2016 fiscal year. PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WHITEFISH, MONTANA, ON THIS 17TH DAY OF AUGUST, 2015.

John M. Muhlfeld, Mayor ATTEST:

Necile Lorang, City Clerk

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 320 of 484

Return to: Necile Lorang, City Clerk City of Whitefish PO Box 158 Whitefish, MT 59937-0158

RESOLUTION NO. 15-___ A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, levying and assessing a tax upon all real estate in Special Improvement Lighting District No. 1 in the City of Whitefish, Montana, to defray the cost of improvements in said Special Improvement Lighting District. WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, has previously created Special Improvement Lighting District No. 1 and provided for the method of assessing all lots and parcels of land therein benefited by such lighting; and WHEREAS, after the proper and lawful notice was published and given, a public hearing was held before the Whitefish City Council on August 17, 2015, at which public comment was received and objections received to the final adoption of a Resolution levying and assessing a tax on each lot or parcel of land in such district; and WHEREAS, having determined that it is in the best interests of the City of Whitefish, and its inhabitants, to impose an assessment to defray the costs of street lighting, and having determined that the proposed formula is the most appropriate and equitable; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, as follows: Section 1:

All of the recitals set forth above are hereby adopted as findings of fact.

Section 2: The total cost and expense of all Special Improvements in said Special Improvement Lighting District No. 1 of the City of Whitefish, Montana, is hereby fixed at the sum of $77,022.57. Section 3: A Special Assessment against all real property within the confines of the Residential area of the City of Whitefish, Montana, at the rate of $0.20 per front foot, for the purpose of maintenance of the street lights in the Residential area, is hereby imposed and levied. Section 4: The aforementioned amounts of taxes are hereby levied and assessed against each lot within the boundaries of said Special Improvement Lighting District No. 1 of the City of Whitefish, Montana, as shown by the electronic schedule marked as assessment for Special Improvement Lighting District No. 1 and submitted to Flathead County Information Technology

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 321 of 484

to be collected with County taxes and hereto and by this reference made a part hereof as fully as if set forth verbatim herein. Section 5: The City Clerk is hereby directed to certify a copy of this Resolution to the County Assessor and the County Clerk and Recorder of Flathead County, Montana, to be collected by the Treasurer, as provided by law. Section 6: This Resolution shall take effect immediately upon its adoption by the City Council, and signing by the Mayor thereof, but shall be retroactive to July 1, 2015, the beginning of the City's 2016 fiscal year. PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WHITEFISH, MONTANA, ON THIS 17TH DAY OF AUGUST, 2015.

John M. Muhlfeld, Mayor ATTEST:

Necile Lorang, City Clerk

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 322 of 484

Return to: Necile Lorang, City Clerk City of Whitefish PO Box 158 Whitefish, MT 59937-0158

RESOLUTION NO. 15-___ A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, levying and assessing a tax upon all real estate in Special Improvement Lighting District No. 4 in the City of Whitefish, Montana, to defray the cost of improvements in said Special Improvement Lighting District. WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, has previously created Special Improvement Lighting District No. 4 and provided for the method of assessing all lots and parcels of land therein benefited by such lighting; and WHEREAS, after the proper and lawful notice was published and given, a public hearing was held before the Whitefish City Council on August 17, 2015, at which public comment was received and objections received to the final adoption of a Resolution levying and assessing a tax on each lot or parcel of land in such district; and WHEREAS, having determined that it is in the best interests of the City of Whitefish, and its inhabitants, to impose an assessment to defray the costs of street lighting, and having determined that the proposed formula is the most appropriate and equitable; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, as follows: Section 1:

All of the recitals set forth above are hereby adopted as findings of fact.

Section 2: The total cost and expense of all Special Improvements in said Special Improvement Lighting District No. 4 of the City of Whitefish, Montana, is hereby fixed at the sum of $74,395.31. Section 3: A Special Assessment against all real property within the confines of the Business Area of the City of Whitefish, Montana, at the rate of $1.33 per front foot, for the purpose of maintenance of the street lights in the Business Area, is hereby imposed and levied. Section 4: The aforementioned amounts of taxes are hereby levied and assessed against each lot within the boundaries of said Special Improvement Lighting District No. 4 of the City of Whitefish, Montana, as shown by the electronic schedule marked as assessment for Special Improvement Lighting District No. 4 and submitted to Flathead County Information Technology

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 323 of 484

to be collected with County taxes and hereto and by this reference made a part hereof as fully as if set forth verbatim herein. Section 5: The City Clerk is hereby directed to certify a copy of this Resolution to the County Assessor and the County Clerk and Recorder of Flathead County, Montana, to be collected by the Treasurer, as provided by law. Section 6: This Resolution shall take effect immediately upon its adoption by the City Council, and signing by the Mayor thereof, but shall be retroactive to July 1, 2015, the beginning of the City's 2016 fiscal year. PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WHITEFISH, MONTANA, ON THIS 17TH DAY OF AUGUST, 2015.

John M. Muhlfeld, Mayor ATTEST:

Necile Lorang, City Clerk

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 324 of 484

Return to: Necile Lorang, City Clerk City of Whitefish PO Box 158 Whitefish, MT 59937-0158

RESOLUTION NO. 15-___ A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, levying and assessing a tax on each lot or parcel of land in the City lying within the boundaries of the City's Parkland and Greenway Maintenance District. WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, has previously created the Parkland and Greenway Maintenance District, and has provided the method of assessing all lots or parcels of land located within such district; and WHEREAS, after the proper and lawful notice was published and given, a hearing was held before the Whitefish City Council on August 17, 2015, at which public comment was received and objections received to the final adoption of a Resolution levying and assessing a tax on each lot or parcel of land in such district; and WHEREAS, having determined that it is in the best interests of the City of Whitefish, and its inhabitants, to impose an assessment to defray the costs of maintaining, preserving, and caring for trees, public parks and open space land, and irrigation systems, and paying costs incidental thereto. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, as follows: Section 1:

All of the recitals set forth above are hereby adopted as findings of fact.

Section 2: There is hereby levied and assessed a tax upon all real property in the Parkland and Greenway Maintenance District in the total amount of $300,004.38 to cover the costs of the maintenance required therein; that the name of the owner of each lot, a description of each lot or parcel of land within the Parkland and Greenway Maintenance District and the amount of the tax levied against each lot shall be as shown on the electronic schedule marked as assessment for the Parkland and Greenway Maintenance District submitted to Flathead County Data Processing to be collected with County taxes; which by this reference is made a part hereof as fully as if set forth verbatim herein.

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Section 3:

The formula upon which the assessments are based is as follows:

A. A per lot assessment of $34.63 for residential lots, regardless of size, located within subdivisions that collectively maintain a network of private streets, with primary access from those privately maintained streets. Such subdivisions include but are not limited to Grouse Mountain, Suncrest, and Iron Horse. No front foot assessment will apply; OR B.1. A per lot assessment of $34.63 for residential lots, having a frontage of 50 feet or less, with primary access from publicly maintained streets, and $65.38 for commercial/multi-family lots having a frontage of 50 feet or less. All lots within the City that front on or have primary access from a City street fit within this category; AND B.2. A front foot assessment of $0.6926 per front foot for residential lots, applied to frontage in excess of 50 feet, with a maximum assessment of $103.89 (corresponding to 150 feet of frontage); or a front foot assessment of $1.3076 per front foot for commercial/multi-family lots, applied to frontage in excess of 50 feet, with a maximum assessment of $523.04 (corresponding to 400 feet of frontage). Section 4: The City Clerk is hereby directed to certify a copy of this Resolution to the County Assessor and the County Clerk and Recorder of Flathead County, Montana, to be collected by the Treasurer, as provided by law. Section 5: This Resolution shall take effect immediately upon its adoption by the City Council, and signing by the Mayor thereof, but shall be retroactive to July 1, 2015, the beginning of the City's 2016 fiscal year. PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WHITEFISH, MONTANA, ON THIS 17TH DAY OF AUGUST, 2015.

John M. Muhlfeld, Mayor ATTEST:

Necile Lorang, City Clerk

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Return to: Necile Lorang, City Clerk City of Whitefish PO Box 158 Whitefish, MT 59937-0158

RESOLUTION NO. 15-___ A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, levying and assessing a tax on each lot or parcel of land in the City lying within the boundaries of the City's Stormwater Improvement and Maintenance District. WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, has previously created the Stormwater Improvement and Maintenance District, and has provided the method of assessing all lots or parcels of land located within such district; and WHEREAS, after the proper and lawful notice was published and given, a hearing was held before the Whitefish City Council on August 17, 2015, at which public comment was received and objections received to the final adoption of a Resolution levying and assessing a tax on each lot or parcel of land in such district; and WHEREAS, having determined that it is in the best interests of the City of Whitefish, and its inhabitants, to impose an assessment to defray the costs of the types of maintenance and capital improvements identified in Resolution No. 06-42, and having determined that the proposed formula is the most appropriate and equitable; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, as follows: Section 1:

All of the recitals set forth above are hereby adopted as findings of fact.

Section 2: There is hereby levied and assessed a tax upon all real property in the Stormwater Improvement and Maintenance District in the total amount of $64,754.86; that the name of the owner of each lot, a description of each lot or parcel of land within the Stormwater Improvement and Maintenance District and the amount of the tax levied against each lot $12.53 per lot or parcel) shall be as shown on the electronic schedule marked as assessment for the Stormwater Improvement and Maintenance District submitted to Flathead County Information Technology to be collected with County taxes; which by this reference is made a part hereof as fully as if set forth verbatim herein.

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Section 3: This Resolution shall take effect immediately upon its adoption by the City Council, and signing by the Mayor thereof, but shall be retroactive to July 1, 2015, the beginning of the City's 2016 fiscal year. PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WHITEFISH, MONTANA, ON THIS 17TH DAY OF AUGUST, 2015.

John M. Muhlfeld, Mayor ATTEST:

Necile Lorang, City Clerk

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 328 of 484

Return to: Necile Lorang, City Clerk City of Whitefish PO Box 158 Whitefish, MT 59937-0158

RESOLUTION NO. 15-__

A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, levying and assessing a tax on each lot or parcel of land in said City lying within the boundaries of Special Improvement Parking District No. 155 to defray the cost of creation of said District and of the improvements therein. BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, as follows: Section 1: There is hereby levied and assessed a tax plus interest at 8.00 percent amortized over twenty (20) years with semiannual payments upon all real property in Special Improvement Parking District No. 155, as identified on Exhibit "A", attached hereto and incorporated by reference, in the total amount of $25,006.79 to cover the cost of creation of said district and the making of improvements therein; that a list of each lot or parcel of land within said Special Improvement District, and the amounts of said tax levied against each lot shall be as shown on the electronic schedule marked as assessment for SID No. 155 and submitted to Flathead County Information Technology to be collected with County taxes and which by this reference is made a part hereof as fully as if set forth verbatim herein, the assessment for each lot or parcel of land in the district bordering or abutting upon the street whereon or wherein the improvements are to be made to be assessed in proportion to the lineal feet abutting or bordering the same and/or for that part of the whole cost which its assessable area bears to the assessable area of all benefited lots or parcels in the district. Section 2: The City Clerk is hereby directed to certify a copy of this Resolution to the County Assessor and the County Clerk and Recorder of Flathead County, Montana, to be collected by the Treasurer, as provided by law. Section 3: This Resolution shall take effect immediately upon its adoption by the City Council, and signing by the Mayor thereof, but shall be retroactive to July 1, 2015, the beginning of the City's 2016 fiscal year. PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL WHITEFISH, MONTANA, ON THIS 17TH DAY OF AUGUST, 2015.

John M. Muhlfeld, Mayor ATTEST:

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RESOLUTION NO. 15-___

A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, levying and assessing a tax on each lot or parcel of land lying within the boundaries of Special Improvement District No. 166 (JP Road) to defray the cost of creation of said District and of the improvements therein. BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, as follows: Section 1: There is hereby levied and assessed a tax plus interest amortized over 20 years with semiannual payments upon all real property in Special Improvement District No. 166, as identified on Exhibit "A", attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference, in the total amount of $107,119.00 to cover the cost of creation of said district and the making of improvements therein; that the amount of taxes are hereby levied and assessed against each lot within the boundaries of said Special Improvement District No. 166 of the City of Whitefish, Montana, as shown on the electronic schedule marked as assessment for Special Improvement District No. 166 and submitted to Flathead County Information Technology to be collected with County taxes; which by this reference is made a part hereof as fully as if set forth verbatim herein. Section 2: The City Clerk is hereby directed to certify a copy of this Resolution to the County Assessor and the County Clerk and Recorder of Flathead County, Montana, to be collected by the Treasurer, as provided by law. Section 3: This Resolution shall take effect immediately upon its adoption by the City Council, and signing by the Mayor thereof, but shall be retroactive to July 1, 2015, the beginning of the City's 2016 fiscal year. PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WHITEFISH, MONTANA, ON THIS 17TH DAY OF AUGUST, 2015.

John M. Muhlfeld, Mayor ATTEST:

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Return to: Necile Lorang, City Clerk City of Whitefish PO Box 158 Whitefish, MT 59937-0158

RESOLUTION NO. 15-___ A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, levying and assessing costs from certain properties within the City for the extermination and removal of noxious weeds pursuant to Title 4, Chapter 3, of the Whitefish City Code; and for the removal of ice, snow, slush or other impediments pursuant to Title 7, Chapter 2, of the Whitefish City Code. WHEREAS, certain persons within the City of Whitefish have failed to exterminate or remove noxious weeds from their properties pursuant to notice given in accordance with Section 4-3-3 of the Whitefish City Code; and WHEREAS, certain persons within the City of Whitefish have failed to remove ice, snow, slush or other impediments from their properties in accordance with Section 7-2-2 of the Whitefish City Code; and WHEREAS, said extermination and removal costs were incurred and shall constitute a lien against the described property of the owners thereof where said described services for extermination or removal of noxious weeds and ice were furnished at a cost to the City of Whitefish in the total amount of $810.00, as identified on Exhibit "A", attached hereto and incorporated by reference. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, as follows: Section 1:

All of the recitals set forth above are hereby adopted as findings of fact.

Section 2: There is hereby assessed and levied against such properties in the same manner as other municipal taxes or charges are assessed and collected for such costs caused the City of Whitefish to exterminate or remove noxious weeds and ice, and such costs were furnished by the City of Whitefish and are now due and owing to the City of Whitefish, in the amounts shown on the schedule marked as assessment for a Weed and Property Abatement Fee and submitted to Flathead County Information Technology to be collected with County taxes and hereto and by this reference made a part hereof as fully as if set forth verbatim herein, in the amounts shown on the attached Exhibit "A".

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Section 3: The City Clerk is hereby directed to certify a copy of this Resolution to the County Assessor and the County Clerk and Recorder of Flathead County, Montana, and such amounts to be collected by the Treasurer, as provided by law. Section 4: This Resolution shall take effect immediately upon its adoption by the City Council, and signing by the Mayor thereof, but shall be retroactive to July 1, 2015, the beginning of the City's 2016 fiscal year. PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WHITEFISH, MONTANA, ON THIS 17TH DAY OF AUGUST, 2015.

John M. Muhlfeld, Mayor ATTEST:

Necile Lorang, City Clerk

City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 332 of 484

Return to: Necile Lorang, City Clerk City of Whitefish PO Box 158 Whitefish, MT 59937-0158

RESOLUTION NO. 15-___ A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, levying and assessing costs from certain properties within the City for the collection of utility service charges pursuant to Title 8, Chapter 1, of the Whitefish City Code. WHEREAS, certain persons within the City of Whitefish have failed to pay utility service charges for water and/or sewer services furnished to their property pursuant to notice given in accordance with Section 7-13-4309, MCA, and Section 8-1-2 of the Whitefish City Code; and WHEREAS, said utility service charges were incurred and shall constitute a lien against the described property of the owners thereof where said described services for delivery of utility services were furnished at a cost to the City of Whitefish in the total amount of $3,750.03, as identified on Exhibit "A", attached hereto and incorporated by reference. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Whitefish, Montana, as follows: Section 1:

All of the recitals set forth above are hereby adopted as findings of fact.

Section 2: There is hereby assessed and levied against such properties in the same manner as other municipal taxes or charges are assessed and collected for such costs caused the City of Whitefish to furnish water and sewer services, and such costs were furnished by the City of Whitefish and are now due and owing to the City of Whitefish, in the amounts shown on the schedule marked as assessment for Utility Service Charges and submitted to Flathead County Information Technology to be collected with County taxes and hereto and by this reference made a part hereof as fully as if set forth verbatim herein, in the amounts shown on the attached Exhibit "A". Section 3: The City Clerk is hereby directed to certify a copy of this Resolution to the County Assessor and the County Clerk and Recorder of Flathead County, Montana, and such amounts to be collected by the Treasurer, as provided by law. Section 4: This Resolution shall take effect immediately upon its adoption by the City Council, and signing by the Mayor thereof, but shall be retroactive to July 1, 2015, the beginning of the City's 2016 fiscal year.

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PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WHITEFISH, MONTANA, ON THIS 17TH DAY OF AUGUST, 2015.

John M. Muhlfeld, Mayor ATTEST:

Necile Lorang, City Clerk

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WHITEFISH CROSSING STAFF REPORT WPP 15-05 AUGUST 11, 2015 A report to the Whitefish City Council regarding a request for preliminary plat by Dear Track Residences for a two-lot Minor Subdivision. This request is scheduled before the Whitefish City Council for a public meeting Monday, August 17, 2015 in the Council Chambers at 7:10 p.m. BACKGROUND INFORMATION On March 16, 2015, the Whitefish City Council granted a Planned Unit Development approval to the Montana Development Group to construct a 60-unit apartment project. The dry cleaner building, located on the eastern portion of the property, was not a part of the PUD overlay nor was it part of the overall density calculations for the apartment project. PROJECT SCOPE This is a request for preliminary plat approval of a two-lot subdivision. The subject property is approximately 4.493-acres. Currently, there is a commercial business (dry cleaner business) which will remain on Lot 2. Lot 2 will be 0.575 acres and traffic will circulate onto the new east-west public road. Once the new east-west public road is constructed, the two driveways onto Highway 93 S from Lot 2 will be eliminated. Lot 1 will be 3.917 acres and will be the location of the Whitefish Crossing apartment project. Access for apartments will be off the new east-west public road.

Driveway to be eliminated

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Owner/Applicant: Dear Track Residences c/o Jeff Swenson 492 E 2nd Street Whitefish, MT 59937

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Location: The property is located on the west side of Highway 93 S at 6348 Highway 93 S. The property can be legally described as Amended Plat of Lot 2, Dear Tracs Subdivision in Section 1, Township 30N,

Business to be on Lot 2

Technical Assistance: Sands Surveying, Inc c/o Eric Mulcahy 2 Village Loop Kalispell, MT 59901

STAFF: WCR

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Range 22W, P.M.M., Flathead County, Montana. C.

Size: The subject property is 4.493-acres in size and Lot 1 is proposed to be 3.917 acres (2.982 acres after the public right-of-way is dedicated to the City) and Lot 2 is proposed to be 0.575 acres.

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Existing Land Use and Zoning: The subject property is zoned WB-2, Secondary Business District and WB2/WLR/WPUD Secondary Business District/One-Family Limited Residential District with a Planned Unit Development overlay and is partially developed with two commercial uses – a dry cleaner and a drive-up coffee stand. The drive-up coffee stand will be located on Lot 1 until removed or relocated when the road construction commences and the apartments are developed.

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Utilities/Services: The proposed subdivision lies within the immediate service area of the City of Whitefish. Services will be provided by the following: Sewer service: Water service: Solid Waste: Gas: Electric: Phone: Police: Fire: Schools:

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City of Whitefish City of Whitefish North Valley Refuse Northwest Energy Flathead Electric Co-op CenturyLink Whitefish Police Department Whitefish Fire Department Whitefish School District #44

Public Notice: A notice was mailed to adjacent land owners within 150-feet of the subject parcel on July 17, 2015. A sign was posted on the property on July 17, 2015. As of the writing of this report, no comments have been received.

STAFF: WCR

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WPP 15-05 Whitefish Crossing Page 2 of 6

REVIEW AND FINDINGS OF FACT This application is reviewed as a minor subdivision in accordance with the Whitefish Subdivision Regulations. A.

Effects on Health and Safety: Fire: The Whitefish Fire Marshal reviewed the proposed project and has determined they have adequate access to the proposed lots provided the PUD conditions of approval area met. Flooding: The property is outside the 100-year floodplain. Access: Both lots have legal and physical access to Highway 93 S. As described earlier in the report, the Whitefish Crossing Planned Unit Development approval requires the applicant to construct and dedicate a 60-foot public right-of-way. This road will not be constructed with this subdivision.

Proposed Location of east-west public right-of-way Finding 1: The proposed subdivision will not have a negative effect on public health and safety because the fire department has reviewed the proposal for conformance with fire code; the property is not located within a mapped floodplain; access is proposed to be off a new public right-of-way; and the amount of traffic generated will not have an adverse effect on the local streets. B.

Effects on Wildlife and Wildlife Habitat: The site is located entirely within the urban confines of the City of Whitefish. The area is not mapped by the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks as important winter range for big game; however, deer and other animals most likely use the site. Finding 2: The proposed subdivision is within the urban area and is not mapped as a winter range for big game therefore the subdivision should not have a negative effect on wildlife or wildlife habitat.

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Effects on the Natural Environment: Surface and groundwater: The groundwater maps do not indicate the presence of high groundwater, but this will be reviewed by the Public Works Department during review the engineering plans for the PUD. There are no surface water sources.

STAFF: WCR

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WPP 15-05 Whitefish Crossing Page 3 of 6

Drainage: An engineered stormwater drainage plan will be reviewed as part of the PUD project, but will not be reviewed as part of this subdivision. Slopes: The subject property is relatively flat, except at the north portion of Lot 1. Finding 3: The proposed subdivision will not effect the natural environment because property does not contain any critical areas and an engineered stormwater plan will be reviewed and approved by the City of Whitefish Public Works Department with the apartment project, not this subdivision. D.

Effects on Local Services: Water and Sewer: City water and sewer mains are currently located within Highway 93 S and front both Lots 1 and 2. These will be extended within the new public right-of-way associated with the PUD to serve the new apartment project. All water and sewer locations will be review by the Public Works Department and Montana Department of Environmental Quality prior to construction and final plat. Roads: Current both lots front Highway 93 S and, once construction of the new public right-of-way is complete, the lots will be served by this new road. Schools: The property is within the Whitefish School District and this subdivision will not have a significant impact on the school district. Parks and Open Space: Parkland dedication is not a requirement, as they are only creating one additional lot. (§ MCA 76-3-621(3)(d), §12-4-11C(5)) Police: This property is currently inside the city limits of Whitefish and would therefore be served by the City of Whitefish Police. The proposed development is not anticipated to impact the current level of service. Fire Protection: This property is currently served by the Whitefish Fire Department. The proposed development is not anticipated to impact the current level of service. Solid Waste: Solid waste will be handled by the North Valley Refuse and taken to the Flathead County Landfill. There is sufficient capacity within the landfill to accommodate the additional solid waste generated from this subdivision. Medical Services: Ambulance service is available from the fire department and ALERT helicopter service. North Valley Hospital is approximately 1 mile from the subdivision site. Finding 4: The proposed subdivision does not appear to have any negative effects on local services and facilities because additional services such as police and schools are not anticipated to be affected and all water and sewer locations shall be review by the Public Works Department and Montana Department of Environmental Quality prior to construction.

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Effects on Agriculture and Agricultural Water User Facilities: The property is within the City limits and is not agricultural land.

STAFF: WCR

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WPP 15-05 Whitefish Crossing Page 4 of 6

Finding 5: No effects are anticipated upon agriculture and agricultural water user facilities because the subdivision is located within city limits and will utilize the city water system. F.

Compliance with Growth Policy: The Whitefish City Growth Policy designates this area as General Commercial. General Commercial: Generally applied to the Hwy 93 corridor north of the Highway 40 intersection, this designation is defined by auto-oriented commercial and service uses. Specific land uses include retail, restaurants of all types and quality ranges (including those with drive-up facilities), professional offices, auto sales and services, hotels/motels, supermarkets, shopping centers or clusters, and convenience shopping, including the dispensing of motor fuels. Primary access is by automobile with ample parking provided on site. Development sites are properly landscaped to screen parking and drive areas and to provide a high-quality visual image. Zoning is generally WB-2, but higher density residential with WR-3 zoning, and mixed use development may also be appropriate in this area. Finding 6: The uses, density and zoning of the subject property falls within the guidelines for the General Commercial designation according to the Whitefish Growth Policy.

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Compliance with Zoning Finding 7: With the imposition of conditions, the proposed subdivision meets the requirements of the zoning regulations contained within Section 11 of the Whitefish City Code.

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Compliance with the Whitefish Subdivision Regulations: Finding 8: With the imposition of conditions, the proposed subdivision complies with the requirements of the subdivision regulations contained within Section 12 of Whitefish City Code.

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Compliance with the Montana Subdivision and Platting Act: Staff has reviewed the proposal for compliance with the Montana Subdivision and Platting Act and found that the requirements have been met. Finding 10: The proposed subdivision complies with the Montana Subdivision and Platting Act, MCA 76-3.

RECOMMENDATION It is recommended that the Whitefish City Council adopt the findings of fact within staff report WPP 15-05 and approve the preliminary plat for Whitefish Crossing, as submitted by the applicant, subject to the following conditions: STAFF: WCR

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WPP 15-05 Whitefish Crossing Page 5 of 6

1. The subdivision shall comply with Title 12 (Subdivision Regulations) and Title 11 (Zoning Regulations) and all other applicable requirements of the Whitefish City Code, except as amended by these conditions. 2. Except as amended by these conditions, the development of the subdivision shall be in substantial conformance with the approved preliminary plat, site plan and elevations that govern the general location of lots, roadways, parking, landscaping, and improvements and labeled as ‘approved plans’ by the City Council. 3. Street addresses shall be placed on the face of the plat. (Subdivision Regulations, §12-4-20C) 4. All easements shall be shown on the face of the plat. (Whitefish Subdivision Regulations, §12-3-11) 5. The Montana Department of Environmental Quality and the Whitefish Public Works Department shall approve the water and sewer facilities. A separate water and sewer service shall be provided to each lot in accordance with the City of Whitefish’s policies and design standards (Whitefish Engineering Standards, Section 4; Whitefish Subdivision Regulations, Appendix C, Finding 4) 6. The following notes shall be placed on the final plat: 

That house/business numbers shall be posted on the building in a clearly visible location and shall conform to the current Fire Code, as adopted by the City Council.



Garbage shall be stored in a secure location until the day of pick up or in a bear proof container pursuant to Whitefish City Code §4-2-4A.

All noxious weeds, as described by the Whitefish City Code, shall be removed throughout the life of the development by the recorded property owner. (Whitefish Subdivision Regulations, Appendix D) 

7. The preliminary plat is valid for a period of three years from the date of approval and shall expire on April 6, 2018. (Whitefish Subdivision Regulations, §12-3-8)

STAFF: WCR

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WPP 15-05 Whitefish Crossing Page 6 of 6

Element Review Preliminary Plat Application RE: Element Review for: _W_h_ite_f_is_h_c __ ro_s_S_in_g_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Pursuant to MCA 76-3604(1)(a) and Whitefish Subdivision Regulations Section 12-34(A) we have determined your application:

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Planning & Building Department PO Box 158 510 Railway Street Whitefish, MT 59937 (406) 863-2410 Fax (406) 863-2409

Public Notice of Proposed Land Use Action The City of Whitefish would like to inform you that Dear Track Residences, with technical assistance from Sands Surveying, Inc. is proposing to subdivide a property into two parcels. The property has an existing commercial business which will remain on one of the proposed lots and the other lot will be developed as the Whitefish Crossing Apartment project. The property is zoned WB-2 (Secondary Business District) and WLR/WB-2/WPUD (One-Family Limited Residential District, Secondary Business District with a Planned Unit Development overlay). The property is located at 6348 Highway 93 S and can be legally described as Lot 2A in Section 1, Township 30N, Range 22W. You are welcome to provide comments on the project. Comments can be in written or email format. The City Council will hold a public meeting for the proposed project request on:

Monday, August 17, 2015 7:10 p.m. Whitefish City Council Chambers, City Hall 402 E. Second Street, Whitefish MT 59937 On the back of this flyer is a site plan of the project. Additional information on this proposal can be obtained at the Whitefish Planning Department located at 510 Railway Street. The public is encouraged to comment on the above proposals and attend the hearing. Please send comments to the Whitefish Planning Department, PO Box 158, Whitefish, MT 59937, or by phone (406) 8632410, fax (406) 863-2409 or email at [email protected] Comments received by the close of business on Monday, August 3, 2015, will be included in the packet to the Councilors. Comments received after the deadline will be summarized to the Councilors at the public hearing.

PLEASE SHARE THIS NOTICE WITH YOUR NEIGHBORS City Council Packet August 17, 2015 page 344 of 484

Wendy Compton-Ring From:

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Subject: Attachments:

Wendy Compton-Ring Friday, July 10, 2015 4:56 PM April O'Neal ([email protected]); 'Randy Reynolds'; Greg Acton; Karin Hilding ([email protected]); 'Tom Kennelly'; 'Joe Page' [email protected]) WF Crossing Subdivision - preliminary plat application application_WF Crossing_WPP 15-06.pdf

Attached please find the application for the WF Crossing Subdivision. Please let me know no later than June 17th if their submittal contains everything you need to start your review. Then no later than July 31 S t, let me know if everything they have submitted is sufficiently detailed. If you find you need more information, these timeframes will start over. This particular request has not been to the Site Review committee. This subdivision is intended to divide off the dry cleaner from the Whitefish Crossing Apartments. I'm not too sure we need to make it go through Site Review, as all the PUD conditions of approval are still intact. We could talk about it next week, if you have any questions. I will work on getting this scheduled before the City Council on August 17th (or maybe earlier?) Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks!

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MINOR PRELIMINARY PLAT APPLICATION FEE ATTACHED$ 1390.00 (See current fee schedule)

INSTRUCTIONS: o A Site Review Meeting with city staff is required. Date of Site Review Meeting: 6/18/15 email review by Planning Staff

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Submit the application fee, completed application and appropriate attachments to the Whitefish Planning & Building Department. The City recommends complete applications be submitted a minimum of sixty (60) days prior to the City Council meeting at which this application will be heard.

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Application Contents: All applicable items required by Appendix B: Preliminary Plat Submittal Requirements of the Whitefish Subdivision Regulations must be submitted to the Whitefish Planning & Building Department with the application for preliminary plat, including the following: Attached Preliminary Plat Application 11 copies of the preliminary plat One reduced copy of the preliminary plat not to exceed 11" x 17" Electronic version of plat such as .pdf One reproducible set of supplemental information. Certified adjacent owners list for properties within 1SO-feet of subject site Deed and Encumbrance Report (aka 'title report') no more than 90 days old st

Environmental Assessment (unless a 1 minor from a tract of record) Applicable items from Appendix B of the Whitefish Subdivision Regulations (can be found at: www.cityofwhitefish.org) Any additional information requested during the pre-application process Documentation from public records demonstrating the subdivision is a minor Fair Market Appraised Value Recommendation from the Parks Board - unless exempt 12-4-10(C) $100.00 deposit for sign to be posted on-site during the duration of the public process (submit a separate check, which will be returned to you after you return the sign to the Planning Office) When all application materials are submitted to the Planning & Building Department, and the staff finds the application is complete, the staff will schedule the subdivision for a public meeting before the City Council. The Council must act within 60 working days once an application is determined to be complete pursuant to §12-3-5 of the Subdivision Regulations. I understand I am responsible for maintaining the public notice sign on the subject property during the entire public process. I understand I will forfeit my $100.00 deposit, if I do not return the public notice sign to the Planning & Building Department in good condition after the public review.

Applicant

Date

B. OWNER(S) OF RECORD: Name: Dear Track Residences, Attn:

Mailing Address:

Jeff Swenson

Phone: (406) 253-0033

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APPLICANT (if different than above):

Name: __S~a:..:..m~e~_________________________ Phone: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___ Mailing Address: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

City, State, Zip: ________________________________ Email: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

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TECHNICAL/PROFESSIONAL: Name:

Phone:

Sands Surveying, Inc. Attn: Eric H. Mulcahy

Mailing Address: City, State, Zip:

(406) 755-6481

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Kalispell, MT 59901

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C.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF SUBDIVISION:

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Initial Preliminary Plat Amendment to an Approved Preliminary Plat Change a Condition of Approval to an Approved Preliminary Plat (attach a narrative explaining which condition you are requesting to be changed and why the condition is no longer valid or warranted) oRe-file of an Expired Preliminary Plat; date preliminary plat expired: ___________________

ZONING DESIGNATION:

WB-2 (PUD) and WLR (PUD)

If proposing to change the underlying zoning, proposed zoning: _.:....::N:!.!./A...!...-_ _ _ _ _ _ __

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Iotal Acreage..Jo...&uhdhlisian:AA9..-1..ac Maximum Size of Lots or Spaces: Total Acreage in Lots:

Minimum Size of Lots or Spaces:

2.982 ac

3.557 ac

0.575 ac

Total Acreage in Streets or Roads: 0.935 ac.

PROPOSED USE(S) AND NUMBER OF ASSOCIATED LOTS/SPACES: Single Family: _

Townhouse: _

Mobile Home Park: ____

Recreational Vehicle Park: _ __ Planned Unit Development:

Commercial:

Lot 2 in PUD

2L

Duplex: _

Apartment:..L

Industrial: _ _ __ Multi-Family: _ _ _ _ _ Other: _ _

Condominium: _ _

CRITICAL AREAS ON-SITE OR NEARBY:

o Lake

0 Wetlands

o Slopes 30%+

0 Streams

0 Stormwater Conveyance

0 High Groundwater

0 Slopes 10-30%

0 Floodplain

PARKLAND/OPEN SPACE PROPOSAL: The following information is required to show how the project meets the parkland dedication requirements of the subdivision regulations (Section 12-4-10).

A recommendation

from the Park Board is required to be submitted along with the application, unless exempted under the subdivision regulations 12-4-1 O(C). •

Date of Parks Board Meeting (prior to submitting an application):



Market Value before Improvements:

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N/A

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Total Acreage in Parks, Open Spaces and/or Common Areas: The

subdivision

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only

creating

one

additional lot. One commercial lot and one residential apartment lot which went through the PUD process and dedicated open arealrecreational space through that planning process to meet the requirements of the zoning regulations IMPROVEMENTS TO BE PROVIDED: Roads: 0 Gravel x Paved x Curb x Gutter 0 Sidewalks 0 Alleys 0 Other (explain): _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Water System: 0 Individual 0 Multiple User 0 Neighborhood x Public 0 Other (explain): _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Sewer System: 0 Individual 0 Multiple User 0 Neighborhood x Public 0 Other (explain): _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Other Utilities: x Cable TV x Telephone x Electric 0 Gas 0 Other (explain): _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Solid Waste: 0 Home Pick Up 0 Central Storage x Contract Hauler 0 Owner Haul Mail Delivery: x Central 0 Individual Fire Protection: x Hydrants 0 Tanker Recharge Drainage System:

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VARIANCES: ARE ANY VARIANCES TO THE SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS BEING REQUESTED? No If yes, please complete the Variance Section (attached) and submit the applicable fee.

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VARIANCE REQUEST Completely address each of the following items, if requesting a variance to the Subdivision Regulations. The Council will use the information provided to evaluate the variance request - all criteria need to be met or found not applicable in order for the Council to grant the variance. SECTION OF REGULATION CREATING HARDSHIP: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ EXPLAIN THE UNDUE HARDSHIP CREATED WITH STRICT COMPLIANCE OF THESE REGULATIONS:

PROPOSED ALTERNATIVE(S) TO STRICT COMPLIANCES WITH ABOVE REGULATIONS: PLEASE

ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS IN THE SPACES PROVIDED BELOW:

1.

Will the granting of the variance be detrimental to the public health, safety or general welfare or injurious to other adjoining properties? Explain.

2.

How is the physical surrounding, shape or topographical conditions of the property limiting the ability to fully comply with the Regulations?

3.

Is the hardship solely a financial hardship or a hardship that has been self-imposed? Explain.

4.

Will the variance cause a substantial increase in public costs? Explain.

5.

Will the variance cause the subdivision to be in nonconformance with any adopted zoning regulations, growth policy or adopted policies or regulations? Explain.

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Guarantee (CLTA Form) Rev. 6-6-92

GUARANTEE SUBJECT TO THE EXCLUSIONS FROM COVERAGE, THE LIMITS OF LIABILITY AND OTHER PROVISIONS OF THE CONDITIONS AND STIPULATIONS HERETO ANNEXED AND MADE A PART OF THIS GUARANTEE, AND SUBJECT TO THE FURTHER EXCLUSION AND LIMITATION THAT NO GUARANTEE IS GIVEN NOR LIABILITY ASSUMED WITH RESPECT TO THE IDENTITY OF ANY PARTY NAMED OR REFERRED TO IN SCHEDULE A OR WITH RESPECT TO THE VALIDITY, LEGAL EFFECT OR PRIORITY OF ANY MATTER SHOWN THEREIN. ISSUED BY

STEWART TITLE GUARANTY COMPANY a corporation, herein called the Company, GUARANTEES

the Assured named in Schedule A against actual monetary loss or damage not exceeding the liability amount stated in Schedule A which the Assured shall sustain by reason of any incorrectness in the assurances set forth in Schedule A.

Countersigned by:

Main Office 211 South Main Street Kalispell, MT 59901 Agent ID: 260052

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GUARANTEE CONDITIONS AND STIPULATIONS 1.

2.

3.

4. 5.

Definition of Terms - The following terms when used in this Guarantee mean: (a) "the Assured": the party or parties named as the Assured in this Guarantee, or on a supplemental writing executed by the Company. (b) "land": the land described or referred to in Schedule (A)(C) or in Part 2, and improvements affixed thereto which by law constitute real property. The term "land" does not include any property beyond the lines of the area described or referred to in Schedule (A)(C) or in Part 2, nor any right, title, interest, estate or easement in abutting streets, roads, avenues, alleys, lanes, ways or waterways. (c) "mortgage": mortgage, deed of trust, trust deed, or other security instrument. (d) "public records": records established under state statutes at Date of Guarantee for the purpose of imparting constructive notice of matters relating to real property to purchasers for value and without knowledge. (e) "date": the effective date; Exclusions from Coverage of this Guarantee - The Company assumes no liability for loss or damage by reason of the following: (a) Taxes or assessments which are not shown as existing liens by the records of any taxing authority that levies taxes or assessments on real property or by the public records. (b) (1) Unpatented mining claims; (2) reservations or exceptions in patents or in Acts authorizing the issuance thereof; (3) water rights, claims or title to water: whether or not the matters excluded by (1), (2) or (3) are shown by the public records. (c) Assurances to title to any property beyond the lines of the land expressly described in the description set forth in Schedule (A)(C) or in Part 2 of this Guarantee, or title to streets, roads, avenues, lanes, ways or waterways on which such land abuts, or the right to maintain therein vaults, tunnels, ramps or any other structure or improvement; or any rights or easements therein unless such property, rights or easements are expressly and specifically set forth in said description. (d) (1) Defects, liens, encumbrances, or adverse claims against the title, if assurances are provided as to such title, and as limited by such assurances. (2) Defects, liens, encumbrances, adverse claims or other matters (a) whether or not shown by the public records, and which are created, suffered, assumed or agreed to by one or more of the Assureds; (b) which result in no loss to the Assured; or (c) which do not result in the invalidity or potential invalidity of any judicial or non-judicial proceeding which is within the scope and purpose of assurances provided. Notice of Claims to be Given by Assured Claimant - An Assured shall notify the Company promptly in writing in case knowledge shall come to an Assured hereunder of any claim of title or interest which is adverse to the title to the estate or interest, as stated herein, and which might cause loss or damage for which the Company may be liable by virtue of this Guarantee. I f prompt notice shall not be given to the Company, then all liability of the Company shall terminate with regard to the matter or matters for which prompt notice is required, provided, however, that failure to notify the Company shall in no case prejudice the rights of any Assured under this Guarantee unless the Company shall be prejudiced by the failure and then only to the extent of the prejudice. No Duty to Defend or Prosecute - The Company shall have no duty to defend or prosecute any action or proceeding to which the Assured is a party, notwithstanding the nature of any allegation in such action or proceeding. Company's Option to Defend or Prosecute Actions; Duty of Assured Claimant to Cooperate - Even though the Company has no duty to defend or prosecute as set forth in Paragraph 4 above: (a) The Company shall have the right, at its sole option and cost, to institute and prosecute any action or proceeding, interpose a defense, as limited in (b), or to do any other act which in its opinion may be necessary or desirable to establish the title to the estate

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The Company may take any appropriate action under the terms of this Guarantee, whether or not it shall be liable hereunder, and shall not thereby concede liability or waive any provision of this Guarantee. If the Company shall exercise its rights under this paragraph, it shall do so diligently. (b) If the Company elects to exercise its options as stated in Paragraph 5(a) the Company shall have the right to select counsel of its choice (subject to the right of such Assured to object for reasonable cause) to represent the Assured and shall not be liable for and will not pay the fees of any other counsel, nor will the Company pay any fees, costs or expenses incurred by an Assured in the defense ofthose causes of action which allege matters not covered by this Guarantee. (c) Whenever the Company shall have brought an action or interposed a defense as permitted by the provisions of this Guarantee, the Company may pursue any litigation to final determination by a court of competent jurisdiction and expressly reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to appeal from an adverse judgment or order. (d) In all cases where this Guarantee permits the Company to prosecute or provide for the defense of any action or proceeding, an Assured shall secure to the Company the right to so prosecute or provide for the defense of any action or proceeding, and all appeals therein, and permit the Company to use, at its option, the name of such Assured for this purpose. Whenever requested by the Company, an Assured, at the Company's expense, shall give the Company all reasonable aid in any action or proceeding, securing evidence, obtaining witnesses, prosecuting or defending the action or lawful act which in the opinion of the Company may be necessary or desirable to establish the title to the estate or interest as stated herein, or to establish the lien rights of the Assured. If the Company is prejudiced by the failure of the Assured to furnish the required cooperation, the Company's obligations to the Assured under the Guarantee shall terminate. Proof of Loss or Damage - In addition to and after the notices required under Section 3 of these Conditions and Stipulations have been provided to the Company, a proof of loss or damage signed and sworn to by the Assured shall be furnished to the Company within ninety (90) days after the Assured shall ascertain the facts giving rise to the loss or damage. The proof of loss or damage shall describe the matters covered by this Guarantee which constitute the basis of loss or damage and shall state, to the extent possible, the basis of calculating the amount of the loss or damage. If the Company is prejudiced by the failure of the Assured to provide the required proof of loss or damage, the Company's obligation to such Assured under the Guarantee shall terminate. In addition, the Assured may reasonably be required to submit to examination under oath by any authorized representative of the Company and shall produce for examination, inspection and copying, at such reasonable times and places as may be designated by any authorized representative of the Company, all records, books, ledgers, checks, correspondence and memoranda, whether bearing a date before or after Date of Guarantee, which reasonably pertain to the loss or damage. Further, if requested by any authorized representative of the Company, the Assured shall grant its permission, in writing, for any authorized representative of the Company to examine, inspect and copy all records, books, ledgers, checks, correspondence and memoranda in the custody or control of a third party, which reasonably pertain to the loss or damage. All information designated as confidential by the Assured provided to the Company pursuant to this Section shall not be disclosed to others unless, in the reasonable judgment of the Company, it is necessary in the administration of the claim. Failure of the Assured to submit for examination under oath, produce other reasonably requested information or grant permission to secure reasonably necessary information from third parties as required in the above paragraph, unless prohibited by law or governmental regulation, shall terminate any liability of the Company under this Guarantee to the Assured for that claim. Options to Payor Otherwise Settle Claims; Termination of Liability - In case of a claim under this Guarantee, the Company shall have the following additional options: (a) To Payor Tender Payment of the Amount of Liability or to Purchase the Indebtedness.

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The Company shall have the option to payor settle or compromise for or in the name of the Assured any claim which could result in loss to the Assured within the coverage of this Guarantee, or to pay the full amount of this Guarantee or, if this Guarantee is issued for the benefit of a holder of a mortgage or a lienholder, the Company shall have the option to purchase the indebtedness secured by said mortgage or said lien for the amount owing thereon, together with any costs, reasonable attorneys' fees and expenses incurred by the Assured claimant which were authorized by the Company up to the time of purchase. Such Purchase, payment or tender of payment of the full amount of the Guarantee shall terminate all liability of the Company hereunder. In the event after notice of claim has been given to the Company by the Assured the Company offers to purchase said indebtedness, the owner of the indebtedness shall transfer and assign said indebtedness, together with any collateral security, to the Company upon payment of the purchase price. Upon the exercise by the Company of the option provided for in Paragraph (a) the Company's obligation to the Assured under this Guarantee for the claimed loss or damage, other than to make the payment required in that paragraph, shall terminate, including any obligation to continue the defense or prosecution of any litigation for which the Company has exercised its option under Paragraph 5, and the Guarantee shall be surrendered to the Company for cancellation. (b) To Payor Otherwise Settle With Parties Other Than the Assured or With the Assured Claimant. To Payor otherwise settle with other parties for or in the name of an Assured claimant any claim assured against under this Guarantee, together with any costs, attorneys' fees and expenses incurred by the Assured claimant which were authorized by the Company up to the time of payment and which the Company is obligated to pay. Upon the exercise by the Company of the option provided for in Paragraph (b) the Company's obligation to the Assured under this Guarantee for the claimed loss or damage, other than to make the payment required in that paragraph, shall terminate, including any obligation to continue the defense or prosecution of any litigation for which the Company has exercised its options under Paragraph 5. Determination and Extent of Liability - This Guarantee is a contract of Indemnity against actual monetary loss or damage sustained or 8. incurred by the Assured claimant who has suffered loss or damage by reason of reliance upon the assurances set forth in this Guarantee and only to the extent herein described, and subject to the exclusions stated in Paragraph 2. The liability of the Company under this Guarantee to the Assured shall not exceed the least of: (a) the amount of liability stated in Schedule A; (b) the amount of the unpaid principal indebtedness secured by the mortgage of an Assured mortgagee, as limited or provided under Section 7 of these Conditions and Stipulations or as reduced under Section 10 of these Conditions and Stipulations, at the time the loss or damage assured against by this Guarantee occurs, together with interest thereon; or (c) the difference between the value of the estate or interest covered hereby as sated herein and the value of the estate or interest subject to any defect, lien or encumbrance assured against by this Guarantee. 9. Limitation of Liability (a) If the Company establishes the title or removes the alleged defect, lien or encumbrance, or cures any other matter assured against by this Guarantee in a reasonably diligent manner by any method, including litigation and the completion of any appeals therefrom, it shall have fully performed its obligations with respect to that matter and shall not be liable for any loss or damage caused thereby. (b) In the event of any litigation by the Company or with the Company's consent, the Company shall have no liability for loss or damage until there has been a final determination by a court of competent jurisdiction, and disposition of all appeals therefrom, adverse to the title, as stated herein. ~~~~~~~~~(crThe Company snail nor5e1i1'i5le rorloss or damage to any AssuredToflla5mty voluntarily assumelf1iy1ne Assured In settling any claim or suit without the prior written consent of the Company. 10. Reduction of Liability or Termination of Liability - All payments under this Guarantee, except payments made for costs, attorneys' fees and expenses pursuant to Paragraph 5 shall reduce the amount of liability pro tanto. 11. Payment of Loss (a) No payment shall be made without producing this Guarantee for endorsement of the payment unless the Guarantee has been lost or destroyed, in which case proof of loss or destruction shall be furnished to the satisfaction of the Company. (b) When liability and the extent of loss or damage has been definitely fixed in accordance with these Conditions and Stipulations, the loss or damage shall be payable within thirty (30) days thereafter. 12. Subrogation Upon Payment or Settlement - Whenever the Company shall have settled and paid a claim under this Guarantee, all right of subrogation shall vest in the Company unaffected by any act of the Assured claimant. The Company shall be subrogated to and be entitled to all rights and remedies which the Assured would have had against any person or property in respect to the claim had this Guarantee not been issued. If requested by the Company, the Assured shall transfer to the Company all rights and remedies against any person or property necessary in order to perfect this right of subrogation. The Assured shall permit the Company to sue, compromise or settle in the name of the Assured and to use the name of the assured in any transaction or litigation involving these rights or remedies. If a payment on account of a claim does not fully cover the loss of the Assured the Company shall be subrogated to all rights and remedies of the Assured after the Assured shall have recovered its principal, interest and costs of collection. 13. Arbitration - Unless prohibited by applicable law, either the Company or the Assured may demand arbitration pursuant to the Title Insurance Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association. Arbitrable matters may include, but are not limited to, any controversy or claim between the Company and the Assured arising out of or relating to this Guarantee, any service of the Company in connection with its issuance or the breach of a Guarantee provision or other obligation. All arbitrable matters when the Amount of Liability is $1,000,000 or less shall be arbitrated at the option of either the Company or the Assured. All arbitrable matters when the amount of liability is in excess of $1 ,000,000 shall be arbitrated only when agreed to by both the Company and the Assured. The Rules in effect at Date of Guarantee shall be binding upon the parties. The award may include attorneys' fees only if the laws of the state in which the land is located permits a court to award attorneys' fees to a prevailing party. Judgment upon the award rendered by the Arbitrator(s) may be entered in any court having jurisdiction thereof. The law of the situs of the land shall apply to an aribitration under the Title Insurance Arbitration Rules. A copy of the Rules may be obtained from the Company upon request. 14. Liability Limited to This Guarantee; Guarantee Entire Contract(a) This Guarantee together with all endorsements, if any, attached hereto by the Company is the entire Guarantee and contract between the Assured and the Company. In interpreting any provision of this Guarantee, this Guarantee shall be construed as a whole. (b) Any claim of loss or damage, whether or not based on negligence, or any action asserting such claim, shall be restricted to this Guarantee. (c) No amendment of or endorsement to this Guarantee can be made except by a writing endorsed hereon or attached hereto Signed by either the President, a Vice President, the Secretary, an Assistant Secretary, or validating officer or authorized signatory of the Company. 15. Notices, Where Sent - All notices required to be given the Company and any statement in writing required to be furnished the Company shall include the number of this Guarantee and shall be addressed to the Company at P.O. Box 2029, Houston, Texas 77252-2029.

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SUBDIVISION GUARANTEE SCHEDULE A File No.: 619S7

Guarantee No.: G-2222-000065201

Date of Guarantee: June OS, 2015 at 5:00 P.M. Liability: $1,000.00

Premium: $125.00

A. Assured: Sands Surveying, Inc.

B. Assurances: 1. Description of the land: A tract of land, situated, lying and being in the Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 1, Township 30 North, Range 22 West, P.M.M., Flathead County, Montana, and more particularly described as follows to wit: Beginning at the southeast corner of Lot 2, dear Tracs Subdivision (records of Flathead County, Montana), which is a found iron pin on the westerly R\W of U.S. Highway No. 93; thence leaving said R\W NS?"3S'54"W 778.66 feet to a found iron pin; thence N2so26'5S"E 229.37 feet to a found iron pin on the north boundary of said Dear Tracs Subdivision; thence along said north boundary SS?" 41'06"E 82.74 feet to a set iron pin; thence leaving said north boundary NOoo01'06"E 125.60 feet to a found iron pin; thence SS9°33'55"E 351.3S feet to a found iron pin; thence S02°35'28"W 137.03 feet to a set iron pin on the north boundal}' of said Dear Tracs Subdivision; thence along said north boundary SSr41'06"E 249.96 feet to found iron pin on the westerly R\W of U.S. Highway No. 93; thence leaving said north boundary and along said R\W S02°36'42"W 206.13 feet to the point of beginning. 2. Name of Proposed Subdivision Plat or Condominium Map: Whitefish Crossing 3. That the only hereafter named parties appear to have an interest showing in the public records affecting the land necessitating their execution of the name proposed plat or map area as follows: Dear Track Residences, LLC, a Montana Limited Liability Company Mountain West Bank of Kalispell, NA now First Interstate Bank Stockman Bank of Montana

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File No.: 61987

Guarantee No.: G-2222-000065201

SUBJECT TO: 1. Taxes or assessments which are not shown as existing liens by the records of any taxing authority that levies taxes or assessments on real property or by the public records. Proceedings by a public agency, which may result in taxes or assessments, or notices of such proceedings, whether or not shown by the records of such agency or by public record. 2. Any facts, rights, interest or claims which are not shown by the public records but which could be ascertained by an inspection of the land or by making inquiry of persons in possession thereof. 3. Easements, liens or encumbrances, or claims thereof, which are not shown by the public records. 4. Discrepancies, conflicts in boundary lines, shortage in area, encroachments, or any other facts which a correct survey would disclose, and which are not shown by the public records. 5. Any lien, or right to a lien, for services, labor, or material heretofore or hereafter furnished, imposed by law and not shown by the Public Records. 6. Any service, installation or connection charge for any and all utilities, including, but not limited to sewer, gas, water or electricity. 7. County road rights-of-way, not recorded and indexed as a conveyance of record in the office of the Clerk and Recorder pursuant to Title 70, Chapter 21, M. C. A., including, but not limited to any right of the Public and the County of Flathead to use and occupy those certain roads and trails. 8. No liability is assumed for errors, omissions or changes of assessed valuations or amount of taxes assessed by any state, county, city or federal taxing or assessing authority. 9. (a) Unpatented mining claims; (b) reservations or exceptions in patents or in Acts authoring the issuance thereof; (c) water rights, claims or title to water; ditch rights; (d) any right, title or interest in any sand and gravel and/or minerals including access to and from to extract minerals, mineral rights, or related matters, including but not limited to oil, gas, coal and other hydrocarbons; whether or not the matters excepted under (a), (b), (c) or (d) are shown by the public records. 10. Real estate taxes or special assessments for the year(s) 2015, that are not yet due or payable. 11. For informational purposes only, do not rely upon for a tax payment. Flathead County records indicate the taxes for the year 2014 are: FIRST HALF: $9,059.31 PAID SECOND HALF: $9,059.27 PAID TOTAL: $18,118.58 Assessor No.: 74-0195850 Tax Roll No.: 42560 Affects: A Portion of Premises and Other Property 12. For informational purposes only, do not rely upon for a tax payment. Flathead County records indicate the taxes for the year 2014 are: FIRST HALF: $779.88 PAID SECOND HALF: $779.88 PAID TOTAL: $1,559.79 Assessor No.: 44-0971947 Tax Roll No.: 34560 Affects: A Portion of Premises and Other Property File No.: 61987 MT Subdivision Guarantee Page 20f5

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13. The new Assessor Numbers for the 2015 taxes on Lot 2A of the Amended Plat of Dear Tracs Subdivision is 74-0506080 and 74-0014681. 14. Delinquent water and sewer charges of the City of Whitefish, if any. 15. Easement as set forth in Warranty Deed recorded January 27, 1967 as Document #569, in Book 487, page 133, records of Flathead County, Montana. Agreement to Reduction of Width of Road Easement and Relocation, recorded August 11, 1982 as Document #11801, in Book 744, page 878, records of Flathead County, Montana. 16. Easement for transmission line and related purposes granted Pacific Power & Light Company, a corporation, recorded November 20, 1972 as Document #11133, in Book 543, page 859, records of Flathead County, Montana. 17. Easement for transmission line and related purposes granted Pacific Power & Light Company, a corporation, recorded November 20, 1972 as Document #11134, in Book 543, page 860, records of Flathead County, Montana. 18. All matters, covenants, conditions, restrictions, easements and any rights, interest or claims which may exist by reason thereof, disclosed by Certificate of Survey No. 4526, 6753, 7037, 7783, 10669, 13756 and 19026, but deleting any covenant, conditions or restriction indicating a preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin to the extent such covenants, conditions or restrictions violate 42 USC 3604(c). 19. Provisions and conditions contained in Certificate of Agproval by the State of Montana Department of Health and Environmental Sciences as attached to Certificate of Survey No. 7783. 20. Easement for transmission line and related purposes granted Pacific Power & Light Company, a corporation, recorded December 5, 1979 as Document #18577, in Book 682, page 850, records of Flathead County, Montana. 21. A perpetual easement and right-of-way for use, maintenance and construction of a private road, granted and reserved in instruments recorded May 24, 1979 as Document #7508, in Book 669, page 175 and April 28, 1980 as Document #5200, in Book 690, page 623, records of Flathead County, Montana. 22. Terms and provisions of Memorandum of Agreement recorded August 11, 1982 as Document #11800, in Book 744, page 875, records of Flathead County, Montana. 23. A perpetual easement and right-of-way for ingress, egress, construction and maintenance of a private road, reserved in instrument recorded October 2, 1984 as Document #8427611360, records of Flathead County, Montana, and restrictions contained therein. 24. A perpetual easement and right-of-way for ingress, egress, construction and maintenance of a private road, granted in instrument recorded October 2, 1984 as Document #8427614420, records of Flathead County, Montana, and restrictions contained therein. 25. Resolution for Designation of Limited Access Highway by the State Highway Commission of the State of Montana, recorded December 6, 1989 as Document #8934009150, records of Flathead County, Montana.

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STEWART TITLE GUARANTY COMPANY

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26. Terms and provisions regarding access control, contained in instruments recorded March 5, 1992 as Documents #9206515070, #9206515080, #9206515090, #9206515100 and recorded December 16, 1996 as Document #199635111270, records of Flathead County, Montana. 27. A 20 foot non-exclusive easement for the installation, operation, maintenance and repair of a public sanitary sewer pipeline and the right-of-way to access the pipeline, granted in instruments recorded December 30, 2002 as Document #200236408030 and December 30, 2002 as Document #200236416340, records of Flathead County, Montana, and terms and restrictions contained therein. 28. Terms and provisions contained in Notice of Late-Comers Agreement, recorded January 20,2004 as Document #200402008450, records of Flathead County, Montana. 29. Unrecorded Lease dated August 1, 2004 disclosed by instrument recorded December 2, 2004 as Document #200433712500, records of Flathead County, Montana. Lessor: Dear Trac's, LLC Lessee: Naturally Clean, Inc. 30. Assignment of Lease by Landlord, recorded December 4, 2004 as Document #200433712500, records of Flathead County, Montana. Assignor: Dear Trac's LLC Assignee: Mountain West Bank of Kalispell, N. A. 31. Unrecorded Lease dated August 1, 2004 disclosed by instrument recorded March 14, 2006 as Document #200607316230, records of Flathead County, Montana. Lessor: Dear Trac's, LLC Lessee: Naturally Clean. Inc. 32. Assignment of Lease by Landlord, recorded March 14, 2006as Document #200607316230, records of Flathead County, Montana. Assignor: Naturally Clean, Inc. Assignee: Mountain West Bank of Kalispell, N. A. 33. Terms and provisions regarding an easement for ingress and egress purposes and for a single family residence building area, contained in instrument recorded September 23, 2010 as Document #201000021825, records of Flathead County, Montana. 34. Terms and provisions regarding an emergency easement, granted in instrument recorded September 23, 2010 as Document #201000021826, records of Flathead County, Montana. 35. Terms and provisions contained in Road Maintenance Agreement, granted in instrument recorded September 23, 2010 as Document #201000021827, records of Flathead County, Montana. 36. All matters, covenants, conditions, restrictions, easements and any rights, interest or claims which may exist by reason thereof, disclosed by the plat(s) of Dear Tracs Subdivision, but deleting any covenant, conditions or restriction indicating a preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin to the extent such covenants, conditions or restrictions violate 42 USC 3604(c). 37. Terms and provisions in an Affidavit recorded January 17, 2014 as Document #201400001098, records of Flathead County, Montana.

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STEWART TITLE GUARANTY COMPANY

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38. Deed of Trust dated March 12,2015 to secure payment of $658,567.00, together with interest and any other obligations secured thereby, recorded March 19, 2015 as Document #201500005076, records of Flathead County, Montana. Grantor: Dear Track Residences, LLC Trustee: American Title and Escrow Beneficiary: Stockman Bank of Montana 39. Assignment and Assumption of Leases by and betweeen Dear Trac's, LLC, a Montana limited liability company TO dear Track Residences. LLC, a Montana limited liability company, recorded April 27, 2015 as Document #201500007924, records of Flathead County, Montana. 40. All matters, covenants, conditions, restrictions, easements and any rights, interest or claims which may exist by reason thereof, disclosed by the proposed plat(s) of Whitefish Crossing, but deleting any covenant, conditions or restriction indicating a preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin to the extent such covenants, conditions or restrictions violate 42 USC 3604(c).

Survey/Plat, when recorded, must be in compliance with the provisions of the Montana Subdivision and Platting Act, 1973, (Sections 76-3-101 M.C.A. through 76-3-614 M.CA) and the regulations adopted pursuant thereto. Easements, conditions and restrictions as disclosed or to be disclosed on proposed Survey/Plat to be recorded prior to or as part of this transaction.

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STEWART TITLE GUARANTY COMPANY

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STG Privacy Notice Stewart Title Companies WHAT DO THE STEWART TITLE COMPANIES DO WITH YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION? Federal and applicable state law and regulations give consumers the right to limit some but not all sharing. Federal and applicable state law regulations also require us to tell you how we collect, share, and protect your personal information. Please read this notice carefully to understand how we use your personal information. This privacy notice is distributed on behalf of the Stewart Title Guaranty Company and its title affiliates (the Stewart Title Companies), pursuant to Title V of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA). The types of personal information we collect and share depend on the product or service that you have sought through us. This information can include social security numbers and driver's license number. All financial companies, such as the Stewart Title Companies, need to share customers' personal information to run their everyday business-to process transactions and maintain customer accounts. In the section below, we list the reasons that we can share customers' personal information; the reasons that we choose to share; and whether you can limit this sharing.

Reasons we can share your personal information.

Do we share

Can you limit this sharing?

Yes

No

For our marketing purposes- to offer our products and services to you.

Yes

No

For joint marketing with other financial companies

No

We don't share

For our affiliates' everyday business purposes- information about your transactions and experiences. Affiliates are companies related by common ownership or control. They can be financial and non-financial companies. Our affiliates may include companies with a

Yes

No

No

We don't share

Yes

Yes, send your first and last name, the email address used in your transaction, your Stewart file number and the Stewart office location that is handling your transaction by email to [email protected] or fax to 1-800-335-9591.

No

We don't share

For our everyday business purposes- to process your transactions and maintain your account. This may include running the business and managing customer accounts, such as processing transactions, mailing, and auditing services, and responding to court orders and legal investigations.

Stewart name; financial companies, such as Stewart Title Company

For our affiliates' everyday business purposes- information about your creditworthiness. For our affiliates to market to you - For your convenience, Stewart has developed a means for you to opt out from its affiliates marketing even though such mechanism is not legally required.

For non-affiliates to market to you. Non-affiliates are companies not related by common ownership or control. They can be financial and non-financial companies.

We may disclose your personal information to our affiliates or to non-affiliates as permitted by law. If you request a transaction with a non-affiliate, such as a third party insurance company, we will disclose your personal information to that non-affiliate. [We do not control their subsequent use of information, and suggest you refer to their privacy notices.]

SHARING PRACTICES How often do the Stewart Title Companies notify me We must notify you about our sharing practices when you request a about their practices? transaction. How do the Stewart Title Companies protect my personal information?

To protect your personal information from unauthorized access and use, we use security measures that comply with federal law. These measures include computer, file, and buildinq safeguards.

How do the Stewart Title Companies collect my personal information?

We collect your personal information, for example, when you • request insurance-related services • provide such information to us We also collect your personal information from others, such as the real estate agent or lender involved in your transaction, credit reporting agencies, affiliates or other companies.

What sharing can I limit?

Although federal and state law give you the right to limit sharing (e.g., opt out) in certain instances, we do not share your personal information in those instances.

Contact us:

If you have any questions about this privacy notice, please contact us at: Stewart Title Guaranty Company,

1980 Post Oak Blvd., Privacy Officer, Houston, Texas 77056

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STG Privacy Notice 2 (Rev 01/26/09) Independent Agencies and Unaffiliated Escrow Agents WHAT DO/DOES THE Sterling Title Services - Kalispell Branch (Main) DO WITH YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION? Federal and applicable state law and regulations give consumers the right to limit some but not all sharing. Federal and applicable state law regulations also require us to tell you how we collect, share, and protect your personal information. Please read this notice carefully to understand how we use your personal information. This privacy notice is distributed on behalf of Sterling Title Services Kalispell Branch (Main), and its affiliates (" N/A "), pursuant to Title V of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA). The types of personal information we collect and share depend on the product or service that you have sought through us. This information can include social security numbers and driver's license number. All financial companies, such as Sterling Title Services - Kalispell Branch (Main), need to share customers' personal information to run their everyday business-to process transactions and maintain customer accounts. In the section below, we list the reasons that we can share customers' personal information; the reasons that we choose to share; and whether you can limit this sharing. Reasons we can share your personal information

Do we share?

Can you limit this sharing?

For our everyday business purposes- to process your transactions and maintain your account. This may include running the business and managing customer accounts, such as processing transactions, mailing, and auditing services, and responding to court orders and legal investigations.

Yes

No

For our marketing purposes- to offer our products and services to you.

Yes

No

For joint marketing with other financial companies

No

We don't share

For our affiliates' everyday business purposes- information about your transactions and experiences. Affiliates are companies related by common ownership or control. They can be financial and non-financial companies.

Yes

No

For our affiliates' everyday business purposes- information about your creditworthiness.

No

We don't share

For our affiliates to market to you

Yes

No

No

We don't share

For non-affiliates to market to you. Non-affiliates are companies not related by common ownership or control. They can be financial and non-financial companies.

We may disclose your personal information to our affiliates or to non-affiliates as permitted by law. If you request a transaction with a non-affiliate, such as a third party insurance company, we will disclose your personal information to that non-affiliate. [We do not control their subsequent use of information, and suggest you refer to their privacy notices.]

Sharing practices We must notify you about our sharing practices when you request a transaction. How often do/does Sterling Title Services Kalispell Branch (Main) notify me about their practices? How do/does Sterling Title Services Kalispell Branch (Main) protect my personal information?

To protect your personal information from unauthorized access and use, we use security measures that comply with federal and state law. These measures include computer, file, and building safeguards.

How do/does Sterling Title Services Kalispell Branch (Main) collect my personal information?

We collect your personal information, for example, when you • request insurance-related services • provide such information to us We also collect your personal information from others, such as the real estate agent or lender involved in your transaction, credit reporting agencies, affiliates or other companies.

What sharing can I limit?

Contact Us

Although federal and state law give you the right to limit sharing (e.g., opt out) in certain instances, we do not share your personal information in those instances.

Ilf you have any questions about this privacy notice, please contact us at: Sterling Title Services - Kalispell Branch (Main), 211 South Main Street, Kalispell, MT 59901

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