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Andy Epple


Exergy Friends of the Story Mansion

Exergy Friends of the Story Mansion

Background Information

Employment History

Director of Planning and Community Development
Bozeman Public Library

Subcommittee Member
Bozeman Public Library

City Planning Director
Bozeman Deaconess Hospital

Western Central Chapter

Transportation Coordinating Committee


Board Member
Bozeman Planning and Community Board

Executive Board Member
Western Central Chapter

Board Member
Sonoran Institute

Web References (47 Total References)

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Our interest is in continuing the marvelous work that the city of Bozeman has done to renovate this property to this point," said Andy Epple, President of Exergy Friends of the Story Mansion.

The city of Bozeman bought the mansion located on the corner of Willson Avenue and College Street back in 2003 for $1.2 million, and invested an additional $1.3 million into the mansion to make the property conducive for public use. If the deal goes through, the mansion will sell for $391,222, but Epple says the non-profit will end up spending much more than that. "The sale agreement obligates Exergy Friends of the Story Mansion to spend probably in the neighborhood of $2.5 million to complete the renovations," said Epple.

Andy Epple, the Director of ...

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Andy Epple, the Director of the Bozeman Planning and Community Board said "The rate of growth has certainly slowed down, but I expect that to be a temporary situation.

New library site

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Andy Epple aepple@bozeman.net

Sotheby's : Online News Room

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"I bet we're going to do 600,000 square feet in new commercial" space in 2007, said Andy Epple, Bozeman city planning director. Epple said that's equivalent to adding two new Gallatin Valley Malls in one year.

Putting 2007 into perspective, Epple said when he first moved to the sleepy university town of Bozeman to be a city planner 20 years ago, the city issued a grand total of 47 permits for new homes. This year the number was 16 times greater. If some people accuse him of having a "no growth" policy, Epple joked, it's been quite a failure.

Andrew Epple, AICP ...

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Andrew Epple, AICP

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