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The Montana Department of Revenue announces the winners of today’s public lottery to apply for the 14 available liquor licenses to operate alcohol establishments in nine communities throughout the state. These are the winners of the lottery for each area and liquor license type.

The Montana Department of Revenue will hold a public lottery for 14 available liquor licenses after receiving more than 1,000 applications to operate alcohol establishments in nine communities throughout the state. The lottery will be held at 10 a.m., Wednesday, September 28, 2016, at the Revenue Department’s liquor warehouse, located at 2517 Airport Road, Helena. The lottery is open to the public to attend.

The Montana Department of Revenue announces 18 new liquor licenses in 11 communities and is accepting lottery applications. The licenses are available for Anaconda/Deer Lodge, Billings, Bozeman/Belgrade, Columbus, Darby, Dillon, Ekalaka, Fergus County, Kalispell, Liberty County and Missoula.

The Montana Department of Revenue is mailing livestock reporting forms this week to Montanans who own livestock and need to meet upcoming reporting and payment deadlines. All livestock owners need to report by March 1, 2016, any livestock they own as of February 1. Livestock per capita fees are due May 31 instead of November 30 to decrease the time between reporting and payment. Livestock owners are now able to report and pay online at the same time and track their reporting history.

The Montana Department of Revenue’s online system for reporting livestock and paying per capita fees received a 2015 Information Technology Project Excellence Award from the State Information Technology Services Division at the Montana Government Information Technology Conference yesterday in Helena.

The Montana Department of Revenue’s online portal for alcohol server training today received a 2015 Information Technology Project Excellence Award from the State Information Technology Services Division at the Montana Government Information Technology Conference in Helena.

Helena – The Montana Department of Revenue is notifying convenience stores and other retailers about a new law requiring a license by January 1, 2016, to sell alternative nicotine or vapor products. The department is mailing 1,800 postcards to retail outlets telling them they need to have the new Alternative Nicotine or Vapor Products License by January 1 to sell the products.

 

Governor Bullock Announces Recipients of Tourism Grants

Governor Steve Bullock and Montana Department of Commerce Director Meg O’Leary announced the first round of tourism grants under a new program it launched July 1, 2015.

Friday, September 25, 2015/Categories: Department of Commerce, Governor's Office/Tags: Main Street Montana Project, tourism
Governor Bullock Launches Workforce Recruitment Initiative

As part of his efforts to ensure Montana businesses have a deep pool of talented and trained workers, Governor Steve Bullock today announced that the successful Choose Montana business recruitment campaign is expanding to recruit workers from across the nation.

Wednesday, September 23, 2015/Categories: Governor's Office/Tags: Main Street Montana Project, workforce development
Governor Bullock Announces Main Street Montana Project Peer-to Peer Symposiums

Governor Steve Bullock today announced the launch of the Main Street Montana Project Peer-to-Peer Symposium series to be held across the state for business owners and investors to exchange ideas and learn from other industry professionals.

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