MHP relocation inches forward as Helena lawmaker objects

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The administration building on the former Montana Developmental Center campus in Boulder is pictured here. MHP hopes to convert it into a new headquarters.

THOM BRIDGE, Independent Record PHIL DRAKE

A proposal to move the Montana Highway Patrol headquarters from Helena to Boulder inched forward Tuesday as a legislative panel passed a bill that would have the Department of Public Health and Human Services turn over the campus of the Montana Developmental Center to the Department of Justice.


Photo Courtesy of the Montana Legislature

Rep. Mary Caferro, D-Helena

Photo Courtesy of the Montana Legislature

But House Bill 686, introduced by Rep. Matt Regier, R-Kalispell, did meet some resistance from Rep. Mary Caferro, D-Helena, who said there were people in her district who opposed moving the headquarters out of

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