“The city commission shall be the legislative and policy determining body of the city. All powers of the city shall be vested in the commission, except as otherwise provided by law or this charter, and the commission shall provide for the exercise thereof and for the performance of all duties and obligations imposed on the city by law.”
Section 2.02, Town of Ennis Charter
Town Commission Meetings are scheduled the second Thursday of each month and begin at 7pm.
Beginning with the October 13th, 2022 meeting, Commission Agenda’s and Packets can be found here Town Commission Agenda’s and Meeting Packet
The meetings can be virtually attended by GoToMeeting by following this link: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/829427381
You can also dial in using your phone.
United States: +1 (312) 757-3121
Access Code: 829-427-381
Public Comment on the Commission Meeting may be submitted in writing to Ennis Town Hall (please use the drop box in the door) or by e-mail to email@example.com. All public comment must be received in writing by 1 pm prior to the scheduled start of the meeting.
Beginning with the August 13th, 2020 Commission Meeting all meetings will be audio and video recorded and uploaded to the Town of Ennis YouTube Channel for public viewing. The video’s should be available within 5 business days following the meeting.
Tina Allison (2022) – firstname.lastname@example.org
Nikki Hankins (2022) – email@example.com
Nikki attended school in Ennis and graduated from Ennis High School. After she moved to Bozeman to advance her career in the medical field she returned to Ennis with her husband, Jason and children, Brennen and Lily because she wanted her children to grow up with education and experiences in the town she calls home . She is proud to be a part of her family of entrepreneurs. Her mother, Debbie opened Ennis Floral and Gift downtown in 1999. Her father, Chris opened Deemo’s Meats in 2011, and The New Bottle Barn in 2020. Her brother Sam helps run Deemo’s and Nikki manages the Bottle Barn. In 2022 Nikki was elected to the council and appointed to the Madison Valley Public Library Board.
Cory Hardy (2018) – firstname.lastname@example.org
Cory Hardy is an aspiring professional bike tourist as well as a drywall, plaster and stucco installer. After serving in the Navy and attending business school at MSU, he moved back to Madison County. Cory has now lived in Ennis for 14 years and has been in love with the town since his senior year of high school in Sheridan, Montana. Cory whole-heartedly believes that small government is where engagement matters most and he is excited about the future of our awesome little town.
Brandi Palmerton (2022) – email@example.com
Kristy Ranson (2020) – firstname.lastname@example.org
Kristy Wright Ranson is a native Montanan that grew up in Ennis. She competed in High School and College Rodeo. Her interest in the equine field took her to Texas then Nevada but her love for Montana brought her home in 2013 to raise her daughter. Kristy started a business with her mother, Nacho Mama’s, in downtown Ennis in 2014. She joined Ennis Town Commission in 2020 to support small business and economic development. Her spare time is spent sharing her love for horses with her daughter Joey.