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IN THE DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR SUBLETTE COUNTY, WYOMING
NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Probate Number 1840
In the matter of the estate )
Craig D. Bazzle, )
Notice of Probate
To all persons interested in said estate:
You are herby notified that on the 7th day of October, 2002, the Last Will and Testament of the Decedent was admitted to probate by the above-captioned court, and that Elizabeth I. Cavanagh was appointed Personal Representative thereof. Any action to set aside the will shall be filed in the court within three (3) months from the date of the first publication of this notice or forever be barred.
Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the decedent or to the decedent's estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned at P.O. Box 1963, Pinedale, Wyo.
Creditors having claims against the decedent or the estate are required to file them, in duplicate, with the necessary vouchers in the office of the clerk of the above-named court on or before three (3) months after the date of the first publication of this notice, and if such claims are not so filed, unless otherwise allowed or paid, they will be forever barred.
Dated this 8th day of October, 2002.
/s/ Elizabeth I. Cavanagh
Published in the Sublette Examiner Oct. 31, Nov. 7 and 14, 2002.
OFFICIAL COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS
NOVEMBER 1, 2002
The Board of County Commissioners met in regular session on this date at 9 a.m. with Bill Cramer, Gordon Johnston, Betty Fear, Cat Urbigkit of the Sublette Examiner, Joe Wilhelm of the Pinedale Roundup, Dan Holgate, and Mary Lankford, county clerk, present.
The minutes of the preceding meeting of Oct. 15, 2002, were ordered filed on motion by Commissioner Johnston and seconded by Commissioner Fear. The motion carried.
The official bond for Lynne Myers, bookkeeper for the recreation board, in the amount of $5,000 was approved and ordered filed with the county treasurer.
Dan Holgate, road and bridge superintendent, reported that the graveling of the south end of Paradise is nearly finished, and the board accepted a quote from Dave Kanski for fencing the new section, but decided to install four-wire fence instead of five wire.
One cattleguard can be eliminated and the property owner will be provided materials for fencing. It was decided that the county will retain the old road site and name it "Old Paradise Road" and the new portion will be "Paradise Road". Rural addressing will need to be reviewed for the existing houses.
Holgate reviewed the proposed Industrial Site Road. The Wyoming Department of Transportation Memorandum of Understanding was reviewed for the highway access and will be forwarded to the district office for signature. Nelson Engineering has estimated that engineering for the project will cost approximately $46,000, and the bridge materials estimate from Big "R" will be approximately $55,000, for a total of approximately $100,000. The board directed Holgate to proceed with the project.
Holgate reported on maintenance and the crusher. The board directed Holgate to inspect Front Street for drainage problems in the spring.
Sheriff Hank Ruland and Undersheriff Henry Schmidt reported on crowding conditions in the jail and the need to house prisoners out of county. Schmidt discussed helicopter standby for the months of December through April for search and rescue.
The following petitions and affidavits of abatement of taxes were presented on petition from the county assessor and the State of Wyoming Board of Equalization: Kerr-McGee, $797; H S Resources, $1,330.88; McMurry Oil Company, $547.97; Exxon Mobil Corporation, $542.46; and Debbie Hafey, DBA Reflections, $18.26.
Mike McGinnis, waste management superintendent, distributed monthly reports, and reported on visiting balefills in Chadron and Gering, Neb. McGinnis informed the board that the Casper facility is comparable to our needs. McGinnis informed the board that the county DEQ permit will need to be issued and amended to allow a balefill before a new facility should be built. Recycling bins were discussed.
It was moved by Commissioner Fear and seconded by Commissioner Johnston to contract with Desert Rose of Orem, Utah, for scrap metal hauling and authorize the chairman to sign the contract. The motion carried and the chairman signed the contract.
The board reviewed and signed the BLM right of way for the Industrial Site Road.
The board discussed the Joint Revenue Interim Committee meeting in Cheyenne on Nov. 7 and 8, 2002.
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 11:20 a.m.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
/s/ William W. Cramer, Chairman
/s/ Mary L. Lankford, County Clerk
Published in the Sublette Examiner Nov. 14, 2002.
The Sublette County Planning and Zoning Commission will meet Thursday, December 19, 2002, at 7:30 p.m. in the County Courthouse in Pinedale, Wyoming. At this time public hearing will be held for the following applications:
1. Zone change request by Carl Budd to rezone 10 acres from A-1 (Agricultural) to R-R 10 (Rural Residential Ten Acre Minimum). The property is located in a portion of Section 8, T29N, R114W and is generally located south of the South Piney Road on the Budd ranch. The purpose of the zone change is to create a lot and grant property to an immediate family member for this home site.
2. Zone change request by Donald Moffat to rezone 60 acres from A-1 (Agricultural) district to RS-1 (Recreation Service). The property is in a portion of Section 33, T35N, R113W and is generally located directly south of Jim Bridger Estates and is accessed from Merna Drive onto Merna North Beaver CR 23-115. The purpose of the zone change is to construct a recreational lodge with a restaurant open to the public, parking for snow machines, and cabins.
3. Proposed amendment to the County Zoning and Development Regulations Resolutions to establish a large tract development (LTD) zoning category. Persons creating a large tract development consisting of two or more lots between 35 and 80 acres would be required to obtain a zone change to Large Tract Residential (LTR) before filing a Large Tract Development map.
(Changes shown in bold)
CHAPTER II - ZONING DISTRICTS
Section 1. Zoning Districts.
Large Tract Residential (LTR): This district provides areas in the rural portions of the County for residential development and uses. A thirty-five (35) acre minimum parcel is required.
Section 3. Authorized Uses.
i. In the Large Tract Residential District (LTR):
(1) Single family dwelling;
(2) Livestock shall be maintained in accordance with Chapter III, Development Standards, Section 32 of the Zoning and Development Regulations
(3) Guest house or cabin
(4) Conditional Uses:
(a) Public Facilities
(b) Bed and Breakfast
[Items now listed as "i" through "q" will be re-lettered to add the above new use.]
CHAPTER III - DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS
Section 4. Setback Requirements.
ZONING FRONT SIDE REAR
DISTRICT SETBACK SETBACK SETBACK LTR 50' 50' 50'
Section 6. Off-Street Parking.
a. Residential Districts (R, R-R, R-R 5, R-R 10, R-R 20, R MH, R-R MH, R-R MH 5, R-R MH 10, R-R MH 20), Mobile and Manufactured Home Park (MH), Multiple Family Residential (MFR), Large Tract Residential (LTR), and Rural Mixed (RM) Districts: Two parking spaces for each dwelling unit.
Section 9. Maximum Building Heights.
c. Accessory buildings:
(9) LTR district 35 feet
[Items now numbered 9 through 14 will be renumbered to add the new district.]
Section 18. Minimum Site Area.
h. Large Tract Residential - 35 acres per dwelling unit
[Items now listed as "h" through "o" will be re-lettered to add the new district.]
CHAPTER IIIA - DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS FOR LARGE TRACT DEVELOPMENTS
Section 2. Definition. A large tract development is a division of a parcel of land of any size where two three or more of the resulting parcels are larger than 35 acres or larger but less than 50 80 acres. If all of the tracts resulting from a division of a tract or parcel are greater than 50 80 acres in size, the requirement hereof shall not apply.
Section 3. Development Standards.
a. A zoning district boundary change to a zoning district other than A-1 is required before the development standards listed below are completed.
/s/ Suzy Michnevich, Chairman
Published in the Sublette Examiner Nov.14, 2002.
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