Columbia Falls Asks State, Federal Officials to Consider Paving North Fork Road

By | April 4, 2017

Road crew at workThe Flathead Beacon reports that the Columbia Falls City Council is asking state officials to consider paving an 11-mile section of the North Fork Road on the western boundary of Glacier National Park. On March 23, Mayor Don Barnhart and the entire city council voted to send a letter to the Flathead County Commission, Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke, Montana’s Washington D.C. delegation and others, encouraging them to support paving the route south of the Camas Road, one of the lesser-used gateways to Glacier. Read the full story here.

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