ARRESTED development

Mayrer, Jessica
January 2013
Missoula Independent;1/24/2013, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p14
The article offers information on Circle H Ranch which is located west of Missoula, Montana focusing on its natural environment, home selling and multiple lawsuits against its developers. It informs that out of 76 homes, only 24 homes are build by Circle H developers which are sold at 750,000 U.S. dollars at the real estate market. It also mention about Howard Raser from Montana who advocates for clustering the new homes to preserve native grasses and wildlife habitat of the Circle H.


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