The Montana League of Cities and Towns is an incorporated, nonpartisan, nonprofit association of 129 Montana municipalities. Organized under a constitution originally adopted in 1931, the League has as its sole purpose the cooperative improvement of municipal government in Montana. It acts as a clearinghouse through which the municipalities cooperate for their mutual benefit.
Major policies are determined by vote of the delegates at the annual conference, implemented by an 18 member governing body elected and appointed from among the city and town delegates. The League serves as an advisory body in contacts between municipal officials and state and federal governments. By cooperating through the League the municipalities provide for themselves a research program and a legislative voice which would be impossible for any of them individually. A full time executive director and staff endeavor to carry out the policies that are adopted at the annual conference and are at your service whenever needed.
Montana (IPA: /mɑnˈtæ.nə/) is a state in the Pacific Northwest and Great
Plains regions of the United States of America. The central and western thirds
of the state have numerous mountain ranges (approximately 77 named) of the
northern Rocky Mountains; thus the state's name, derived from the Spanish word
montaña ("mountain"). The state nickname is the "Treasure State." Other
nicknames include "Land of Shining Mountains," "Big Sky Country," and the slogan
"the last best place." The state ranks fourth in area, but 44th in population,
and therefore has the third lowest population density in the United States. The
economy is primarily based on agriculture and significant lumber and mineral
extraction. Tourism is also important to the economy, with millions of visitors
a year to Glacier National Park, the Battle of Little Bighorn site, and three of
the five entrances to Yellowstone National Park.
The current Governor is Brian Schweitzer (Democrat) who was sworn in on
January 3, 2005. Its two U.S. senators are Max Baucus (Democrat) and Jon Tester
(Democrat). Montana's congressional representative is Denny Rehberg
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