Road warriors: Dearborn homeowners group seeks a little help with repairs (MT)

wo board members of the Dearborn Landowners Association have a request for Cascade County officials: Please give them some materials to maintain a main artery that leads deep into the mountains or return some of their tax money so that they can pay to take care of the problem themselves.  “This is a great example of taxation without representation,” Patrick Racicot, who serves as vice president of the 460-member group, said shortly after he climbed down from a grader on Wednesday along a dirt patch of Dearborn River Road.  “We pay a lot of money (to Cascade County) and get nothing.”     Read the article…………..

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