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Re: “City Council considers a zoning change for the University District

The university district is a beautiful area of Missoula with an architectural history spanning over 100 years. The homes represent the tastes of architects throughout the last century and include everything from Queen Anne, Craftsman, and Revival styles of architecture to today's more modern style. This is what gives the charm of the university. To continue to single out a specific home that meets all current zoning requirements and would meet the proposed zoning requirements, is tiring at best and harassment at worst. This home is handsome and aesthetically pleasing in its surroundings and compliments today's style. Many homes in the university are in fact larger than Timblo home but are no longer a style favored when designing and building a home. Homes in the historic district are kept in their respective style even during remodels, but the Timblo home is not in the historic district. We should actually thank the Timblo's for keeping within the diverse characteristic of the University District and for continuing the trend to pioneer architectural styles of today's time.

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Posted by Love Missoula on 10/18/2017 at 4:59 PM

Re: “Meet Lisa Triepke, the candidate who wants to unseat John Engen

How did Lisa Triepke receive public support while she purchased two homes valued at nearly a half million dollars? A property search will show that she purchased a home in Missoula for more than $300k and a second home in Gulf Breeze Florida for $150k. Normally politicians wait until after they are elected to behave in this manner. This woman should not be allowed to serve as mayor ever.

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Posted by Jim Benton on 10/18/2017 at 9:01 AM

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