Lincoln County Commissioners

County Commissioners

Lincoln County is governed by a Board of County Commissioners, consisting of three elected members who serve six-year staggered terms. All legislative, executive and administrative powers and duties of the local government not specifically reserved by law or ordinance to other elected officials resides in the Commission (MCA-7-3-401). The current Board of County Commissioners includes Mike Cole, Jerry Bennett and Mark Peck.
Under such limitations and restrictions as are prescribed by law, the Board of County Commissioners has jurisdiction and power to represent the County and has care of the County property and the management of the business and concerns of the County and to perform all other acts and functions which may be necessary to the full discharge of the duties of the chief executive authority of the county government (MCA-7-5-2101).

District 1

Mark Peck - Commissioner District 1

Mark Peck

Mark Peck is a Libby native who currently works as the Libby Unit Manager for the Montana Department of Natural Resources. He is a retired active duty Air Force veteran with 20 years of service. Mark also served for four years as the Director of Emergency Services for Flathead County and 2 1/2 years in the private sector, managing a consulting firm. Prior to his private sector service, he served two years as the Quality Assurance And Security Manager for the Montana Department of Corrections.

Contact Commissioner Peck

512 California Avenue
Libby, MT 59923
(406) 283-2317

District 2

Jerry Bennett - Commissioner District 2

Jerry Bennett

Jerry Bennett is the new County Commissioner for Lincoln County District 2. A full bio is coming soon!

Contact Commissioner Bennett

512 California Avenue
Libby, MT 59923
(406) 283-2319

District 3

Mike Cole - Commissioner District 3

Mike cole

Mike Cole owns and operates the Montana Market in downtown Eureka and is also chairman of the Lincoln County Fair. Mike is heavily involved with the local rodeo. Cole's business experience is helpful in trying to balance budgets at the county level, and is focused on attracting new business to Lincoln County. He believes in working to increase Lincoln County’s tourism economy and extend it from a few short months in the summer to a year-round industry. He supports logging and mining, including the Montanore mine project, as long as steps are taken to protect the environment and water resources.

Contact Commissioner Cole

66121 Hwy 37
Eureka, MT 59917
(406) 297-3139
(406) 283-2318