Frustrations flare as county commissioners focus on long term management of MetraPark | Neighborhood News






In this file photo, Don Jones appears to be at community election success with Yellowstone County Commissioner Denis Pitman.




Ostlund then said he’d be unable to help the coming grasp system if the commission will not “correctly assess the general public and private choices.”

“We have an obligation to the local community that we comprehensively vet this and I am likely to see that we do,” Ostlund stated, drawing a standing ovation from the area. 

As Jones wrestled to bring purchase back again to the meeting, he warned these in attendance that he would have them removed from the boardroom if they did not observe right decorum.

Pitman then pushed back on some of Ostlund’s feedback and experimented with to address some of the issues he and Jones had obtained. 

“We’ve been having this dialogue for a extended time,” he stated, referring to the practically two-year MetraPark grasp strategy system in which the county’s been involved. 

He acknowledged that individuals talking out ended up clamoring for much more transparency and additional data as commissioners evaluated management solutions. 

“We are unable to get information if we don’t go through this method,” he said. “We’re inquiring issues, we’re in search of info.”

Ostlund commenced to answer but Jones wouldn’t allow it, telling Ostlund he hadn’t been provided the ground, each of their voices starting to be elevated. 

When Ostlund was offered the flooring he spoke straight at Pitman.