Administrative Rules of Montana
Department 20 - CORRECTIONS
Subchapter 20.7.8 - Establishment of Eastmont Chemical Dependency Treatment Program

Universal Citation: MT Admin Rules 20.7.816

Current through Register Vol. 6, March 25, 2022

(1) The department may not expand the capacity or modify the purpose of the program set forth in these rules unless it documents public support of a majority of public officials, a majority of residents of the community of Glendive, and a majority of the Hillcrest and Georgetown subdivisions.

(2) To document public support, the department shall conduct a survey of an unbiased representative sampling of the Glendive community and the Hillcrest and Georgetown subdivisions and a survey of the following public officials:

(a) members of the city and county governing bodies;

(b) the city and county attorney;

(c) the chief public defender, if there is one;

(d) the mayor;

(e) the local district court judge;

(f) state legislators for the area;

(g) the sheriff; and

(h) the chief of police.

(3) If the department documents public support for a proposed expansion or change in the purpose of the program as set forth in (2), the department shall then conduct a public hearing in Glendive, Montana, in accordance with the Montana Administrative Procedure Act, 2-4-302, MCA. In addition to the notice requirements set forth therein, the department shall publish notice of the hearing in a newspaper of general circulation within the city of Glendive and Dawson County reasonably in advance of the hearing.

Mont. Admin. R. 20.7.816

NEW, 2004 MAR p. 3019, Eff. 12/17/04.

53-1-203, MCA; IMP, 2-4-302, 53-1-210 and 61-8-731, MCA;

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