Archive for the 'Gallatin Field' Category

Another Illegal Meeting of Gallatin Airport Authority — And So What?

Monday, August 24th, 2009

Big suprise — Another violation of Montana’s Open Meetings law by Gallatin Airport Authority. This time with their 13 August 2009 meeting. The public notice and agenda for this event was finally published in the Bozeman Daily Chronicle on Thursday, … Continue reading

An open letter to Bozeman Daily Chronicle re: 3/26/09 pg. 1 "Low pay … for MSU president"

Friday, April 3rd, 2009

Fri 3 Apr 09 Editor — Bravo commissioner Sheila Stearns for your approach to replacing MSU President Gamble! Stearns first plans to openly meet with “…local community leaders. She will ask them to suggest people who could represent their groups … Continue reading

An open letter to KBZN AOPA ASN volunteer

Tuesday, February 10th, 2009

Good Morning — Did you catch the agenda for this week’s Gallatin Airport Authority board meeting? [12 February 2009] There are three important items on the list. They are excellent opportunities for AOPA ASN to exercise the power of their … Continue reading

Amazing! or, “Why more people don’t follow politics” or, “Why newspapers are dying,” or “Why Montana’s Open Meeting Laws need fixing,” or “Why Montana’s Airport Authorities need to be elected vs. appointed.”

Thursday, December 11th, 2008

If you are of the belief that all we need are more regulations and more government; that problems in the system take care of themselves; that laws automatically protect the right of the citizen, your innocence can be forgiven. In … Continue reading

The Story Behind The Story of Political “Volunteers.”

Thursday, December 11th, 2008

Talk to area citizens and the prevailing opinion is that Gallatin Airport Authority board members benevolently work for the good of the people. Even though absolute power will absolutely corrupt others, surely, these volunteers are immune from such temptations because … Continue reading