We know you’re itching to start filling in the blanks on that oh-so-clean 2018 calendar, and we’ve got just the thing.
The Missoula City Council has set its meeting schedule for the year ahead, generally opting to meet the first four Mondays of each month at 7 p.m. in City Council Chambers.
The council does not meet on the fifth Monday, when a month’s calendar provides one.
As with anything, of course, there are exceptions.
Dates in 2018 when City Council meetings will not be held include:
January 1, 2018: New Year’s Day
January 15: Martin Luther King Day
January 29: Fifth Monday
February 19: President’s Day
April 30: Fifth Monday
May 28: Memorial Day
July 9: Optional. City clerk Marty Rehbein explained that Independence Day falls on a Wednesday when City Council committee meetings are typically held, so council members might opt not to meet on the following Monday.
July 30: Fifth Monday
September 3: Labor Day
October 8: Indigenous People’s Day
October 29: Fifth Monday
November 12: Veterans Day
December 24: Optional. Christmas Eve.
December 31: Fifth Monday.