Teton County Road No. 380 - County set for fight over county road
State , Letterman ranch reach agreement on dispute
CBS “Late Show” host David Letterman won’t be getting involved in a road dispute in Montana, where he owns a ranch.
Members of the State Land Board voted unanimously Monday to approve an easement and disclaimer of interest agreement between the state and Teton County and Deep Creek Ranch, which Letterman owns.
The agreement won’t resolve the disputed road case, which involves a different ranch owner, not Deep Creek, but it will simplify it by reducing the number of parties involved, said John Tubbs, director of the state Department of Natural Resources and Conservation.
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