M.P. Regan - Dillon Tribune

04/16/2014 - 11:05am
  The long, winding and often bewildering road traveled by the Bannack Street/Railroad Street CTEP project took another sharp turn on Monday when the Dillon City Council’s Street and Alley Committee voted unanimously to re-approve the project. The vote came just over five years after the Street and Alley Committee and the full City Council first unanimously approved the project, which...
Wed, 04/09/2014 - 11:32am
  Mayor Mike Klakken reported at the April 2 City Council meeting that the Council’s Finance Committee had at its meeting earlier that day agreed to relieve him of paying a controversial legal bill. The $2,766 bill covered legal work performed by attorney Adam Shaw, of Dillon law firm
Wed, 04/09/2014 - 11:12am
  Longtime Dillon City Treasurer Ty Cobb’s tumultuous last three months in City Hall culminated last week with his retirement from a job many believed he no longer actually held. Announced at last Wednesday night’s City Council meeting, Cobb retired earlier that evening in a letter
Tue, 04/08/2014 - 11:58am
  The case began five years ago with the City of Dillon trying to collect about $1,200 from the contested installation of a water meter at a private city residence. It looks to have finally ended on March 19, when Judge John W. Larson of the Fourth Judicial District Court filed a ruling