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Petition statement to be delivered to Pam Holmquist, Flathead County Commisssioner, Gary Krueger, Flathead County Commissioner, and Cal Scott, Flathead County Commissioner

Protect Holt Drive Access to Flathead Lake

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Protect Holt Drive Access to Flathead Lake

To be delivered to Pam Holmquist, Flathead County Commisssioner, Gary Krueger, Flathead County Commissioner, and Cal Scott, Flathead County Commissioner

Petition Statement

We the undersigned petition the Flathead County Board of County Commissioners to protect and keep for the public’s benefit the county road right of way and public access to Flathead Lake’s north shore located on Holt Drive in Bigfork, Montana.
There are currently 1,482 signatures. NEW goal - We need 2,000 signatures!

Petition Background

The Holt Drive Flathead Lake public access is a Flathead County road right-of-way that provides the only year-round public access to the North Shore of Flathead Lake east of the Flathead River. The access lies half (15') on private land and half (15') on public land. The private landowner wants the Flathead County Commissioners to 'abandon' (close) the access. If you use this access or think public access to Flathead Lake should be protected and maintained, please sign this petition. Thank you!

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