1-2-3 Fit Continues Partnership with the Salvation Army

Billings, November 13, 2008 – Today, neighborhood fitness center, 1-2-3 Fit, announced its’ continued participation in The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program. The program works with local businesses to provide toys and clothing to needy families in the community during the holidays. Working together, the two organizations will collect and distribute gifts throughout Billings and help bring some holiday cheer to families in need of assistance. 

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Billings Bypass Still on Burner

Pushed to reduce the number of alternative routes under consideration, the Billings Bypass Advisory Committee, said they need more information regarding costs. The committee will meet again before the year is out to review figures and determine which routes should be closer scrutinized as the final choices for a bypass which will one day carry traffic around Billings to the north.

Reflecting frustration at how long an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is taking in the planning process, Yellowstone County Commissioner Bill Kennedy said, “If we are still looking at routes next year at this time, I am going to say ‘Let’s stop this project.’ Then I’m going to say ‘Let’s stop it and apply the money to alleviate the traffic problem around Metra Park.’” “Here we are a year later and still talking about what the options are,” said Kennedy, who was one of some 20 committee members and transportation officials in attendance at a meeting last Wednesday at the Holiday Inn.

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