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Boat sales, repair facility proposed on US 93 South

Posted: Sunday, November 30, 2014 9:00 pm

Boat sales, repair facility proposed on US 93 South

By BRIANNA LOPER/The Daily Inter Lake

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The Kalispell City Council tonight will consider a request for a planned-unit development to accommodate a boat and trailer sales and repair facility on U.S. 93 South.

Somer’s Bay Trading Company, doing business as Captain’s Marine, wants to develop the facility on 9.7 acres at 3215 U.S. 93 S., on the east side of the highway. The project also would include boat-storage buildings.

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