Peck wants answers before co-op center moves


Business and government leaders met Monday to discuss how to reverse the state's decision to move the Montana Cooperative Development Center from Havre to Helena.

The group, including the center's advisory board, decided to recommend that Ralph Peck, director of the state Department of Agriculture, move the center to a permanent rural location. Some at the meeting specifically said Havre should be the center's permanent home.

Peck said today that he will listen to the recommendation as long as the board can answer some key questions, including who will provide liability insurance for the ce...

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