April 18, 2022

Significant changes may be coming to the Idaho Pole Site, several northeast neighborhood lumber yards, and the vacant land south of the frontage road near Cherry Creek Access.
Two important meetings that will offer information about these developments and the opportunity to ask questions and/or make a public comment are on the horizon. 

City Commission Meeting: Idaho Pole Development Update

Tuesday, April 19, 2022 Starting at 6:00 PM

This meeting will be held both in-person and also using Webex, an online videoconferencing system. 
See the official meeting agenda and learn more here:


Action Items:

Consider the motion: After incorporating the information in the staff report, oral findings made by the Commission during the public hearing, information contained in the proposed resolution, and after considering all protests and public comment, I hereby move to adopt Resolution 5375, Vacating and Abandoning the portion of Redwing Drive, subject to satisfaction of all terms including those listed in section 3 of the Resolution.

Learn more about this significant resolution here: https://d2kbkoa27fdvtw.cloudfront.net/bozeman/ea71b8f75350a8068900eda79fd41e390.pdf?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery 

Work Session

REPORT TO: City Commission

FROM: David Fine, Economic Development Program Manager

SUBJECT: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) update on a Prospective
Purchaser Agreement with Scout DAC, LLC for Idaho Pole Company property
located south of I-90.

MEETING DATE: April 19, 2022

AGENDA ITEM TYPE: Policy Discussion

RECOMMENDATION: Listen to the presentation and ask questions.

STRATEGIC PLAN: 1.3 Public Agencies Collaboration: Foster successful collaboration with other
public agencies and build on these successes.

BACKGROUND: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is finalizing a Prospective Purchaser Agreement with a potential developer of the Idaho Pole Company property located south of I-90. EPA representatives will provide an overview of the Prospective Purchaser Agreement and next steps including a formal public comment period that will open in May and end prior to the developer closing on the property on June 30. Separately, EPA will discuss additional work they are doing with the Idaho Pole Company to address the remaining groundwater contamination of Idaho Pole Company property north of Cedar St.


Sitemap: https://legistarweb-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/attachment/pdf/1332786/sitemap.pdf 

Treated Soils Area: https://legistarweb-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/attachment/pdf/1332787/Treated_Soils_Area.pdf

Proposed Work: https://legistarweb-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/attachment/pdf/1332788/proposedGWwork.pdf

Exhibit A: https://legistarweb-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/attachment/pdf/1329148/Exhibit_A.pdf

NENA Townhall: Update on the Idaho Pole Site and Potential Development Plans

Thursday, April 28, 2022 6:00 to 7:30PM 

The EPA and DEQ will present for around 45 minutes. They will then take questions. 

These organizations have seen some changes to anticipated work at the site and would give NENA an update.

They anticipate there will be a public comment period on a proposed Prospective Purchaser Agreement in mid-May. 

The developers have also been invited to participate in this meeting. 

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