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In coordination with the Governor of Montana lifting out of state 14 day quarantines on June 1, Yellowstone National Park will open the Cooke City, Gardiner and West Yellowstone entrances on June 1st at 10 am  Access within the park will be day use only, no overnight accommodations or camping in this phase of opening.  Bathrooms, self-service gas stations, trails and boardwalks, medical clinics and limited store access will be open.All roads will be open in the Park on June 1 except between Canyon Village... read more
Governor Bullock announced on Tuesday May 19th at 3 pm that he will move Montana to Phase 2 of our Reopening beginning on June 1, 2020.  The biggest change in Phase 2 is eliminating the 14 day quarantine for out of state travel and gatherings where social distancing can not be followed will increase to 50 people.  It also allows 75% capacity to restaurants, bars, casinos, child care facilities, gyms & pools if they can maintain the social distancing & sanitation rules.  Bowling alleys and con... read more

Mark Corner Earned The C2EX Endorsement

Posted by Mark L. Corner on May 14, 2020 in  Experience Matters
May 14, 2020Mark Corner, CRS, GRI, ABR, BPOR, a real estate agent and owner of Mark Corner Real Estate at Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties, has earned the Commitment to Excellence endorsement from the National Association of Realtors®. The endorsement goes to Realtors® who have demonstrated knowledge and competency in 10 core areas of real estate practice: 1.       Client service 2.       Professional reputation 3.   ... read more
Yellowstone National Park announced today a 3 phased opening beginning on May 18th.  On May 18th at 12 pm, the Park will open the East entrance and the South entrance ONLY and access to the southern loop of the Grand Loop road.  You can only exit the park through these same two entrances.This opening will include access to restrooms, self service gas stations, trails and boardwalks.  What will NOT be open is: The Montana entrances (North, West, and Northeast) will remain closed. The park is consulti... read more
As much outcry as there is about the lack of affordable housing in Bozeman, the Bozeman City Commission has raised your property taxes again.  This time in the form of a city Parks & Trail District.  The ballot measure passed on May 5th 62% to 38%.  The current property tax for city parks of about $80 a year will go away and be replace with the new tax district costing about $135 for the first year and increasing to $184 by the fifth year.  Three unpopular features of this new Parks & Tr... read more