Mapping neighborhood boards as admin boundaries (Missoula, MT)

I recently ran across Missoula, Montana neighborhood boundaries. Based on the description:

On June 4, 1996 the City Charter approved a Neighborhood Council system as part of City government. There are 18 different neighborhoods in the City of Missoula. The Neighborhood Council (all residents within the boundary) elect a group of neighbors to be their Leadership Team and that team meets on a regular basis to represent their community. The Missoula Neighborhoods office assists the Leadership Team, develops and manages Neighborhood Energizers (including the Neighborhood Grant Program), and is a resource to the City of Missoula for resident inquiries and community engagement.

…I’m led to believe that these might be candidates for administrative boundaries tagged admin_level=9 in Montana. What do folks think?

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