From the pages of
Volume 2, Number 51 - March 20, 2003
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For Sale by bid
Eden Valley Development Corp. is accepting bids on the sale and removal of the corrals located at Mitch's Café in Farson, Wyoming.
Bids will be for all materials in the corrals. Materials consist of panels, gates, posts and loading chute. Posts must be pulled and the area cleared of all debris. Work must be completed by June 2, 2003. Payment must be made in full on award of bid.
Bids will be accepted until April 1, 2003. Questions call 307-273-9591.
Mail Bids to: Eden Valley Development Corp.
P.O. Box 344
Farson, WY 82932-0344
Published in the Sublette Examiner March 13, 20 and 27, 2003.
The Sublette County Hi-Country Senior Center is seeking applications from contractors to pre-qualify for the bidding of contract work and/or the supplying of materials for the new Sublette County Hi-Country Senior Center project. The building will be a 10,250-square-foot, one-story, structural steel and Glu-Lam wood truss structure on a concrete slab foundation, located on the corner of West Magnolia Street and North Faler Avenue in Pinedale, Wyoming.
At this time, applications for pre-qualifying to bid are being accepted for EXCAVATION and CONCRETE FOUNDATION/FOOTING work and/or materials only. This will be the only solicitation for these bids through a pre-qualifying process. Chambers Design-Build, Inc. of Pinedale, Wyoming, will serve as Construction Manager at Risk. Application packets may be obtained at the following locations:
Sublette County Clerk's Office
21 South Tyler
Pinedale, Wyo. 82941
Chambers Design-Build, Inc.
939 West Stuart Street
Pinedale Wyo, 82941
The deadline for receipt of applications is Monday, April 7, 2003, at 3 p.m. local time in the office of Chambers Design-Build, Inc.
The owner reserves the right to reject any or all applications and subsequent bids.
Published in the Sublette Examiner March 20, 27 and April 3, 2003.
Sublette County Rural Health Care District
February 10, 2003
Sublette County Courthouse
Walt Bousman, president of the Sublette County Rural Health Care District chaired this meeting. This meeting was held in the courtroom of the Sublette County Courthouse, Pinedale, Wyo. William Barney, vice president, Jerry Jensen, secretary/treasurer, Mary Lynn Worl, trustee, were in attendance. Garry Eiden, Trustee was absent. Jauna McGinnis, clerk, took the minutes.
Others in attendance:
Attorney Ed Wood
Big Piney Clinic: Dr. Burnett, Dr. Turner
Big Piney Ambulance: Rich Anderson, Katie Krieger, Wendy Gaston, Jody Yeary
Pinedale Clinic: Lesta Winer
Pinedale EMS: Will Gay, Kris Bacheller, Andy McGinnis, Lucy Fandek, Wendy Boman, Cori Laster, Sandy Anderson
Bid Submitters: Jeff Alexander, Lynn Bernard, Lance Hott, Glen Conrad
Press Reps: George Wilkes, Cat Urbigkit
CALL TO ORDER
Walt Bousman called the meeting to order at 7:04 p.m. Bill Barney motioned to accept the agenda as outlined. Mary Lynn Worl seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously.
MINUTES/PHYSICIAN CHECKS APPROVAL
Jerry Jensen corrected the Jan, 13, 2003, regular meeting minutes under the general heading to clarify the windows of the ambulance carport will be on the west wall not south.
Jerry Jensen motioned to accept the minutes of the Jan. 13, 2003 regular meeting as corrected, the Jan. 21, 2003 special meeting, and the Jan. 23, 2003, special meeting. Bill Barney seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously.
Jerry Jensen motioned to approve the physician checks. Mary Lynn Worl seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously.
Discussion began with the radio system. Walt Bousman stated the specifications are quick build numbers, which are a special order bill to assemble a system within 48 hours. These numbers no longer are available or valid through the company. The bids will be discarded and the system will be re-bid. There were no comments or disapproval from the present bidders.
Bill Barney motioned to allow contractors to bid alternatives. The reason for specificity was restated. The system needs to be identical to the sheriff office system. Motion died for lack of a second.
In order to avoid any confusion at the opening of the bids, it was decided a format for the bid should be developed by Jauna McGinnis and Ed Wood.
Technical specifications for the bid were discussed. It was decided the submitters will be responsible for the maximum performance of the system.
Bill Barney motioned to bid to obtain identical manufacturer to the sheriff's radio system to include parts, warranty, maintenance, installation, labor and materials and interface; or, as a second alternative, all or part of the system to be comprised of technically equivalent equipment to the sheriff's department to include parts, warranty, maintenance, installation, labor and materials and interface. In judging submitted bids, extra weight will be given to the identical system to the sheriff's department system. Contractor will warrant the system to perform to the total limit of the FCC license. Mary Lynn Worl seconded the motion. Discussion continued. Motion carried unanimously.
Bill Barney motioned to send courtesy copies of the formulated specifications to the bidders on file and publish in the newspaper. Bids will be due in the office on March 21, 2003, by 5 p.m. A special meeting will be held March 24, 2003, 7 p.m. in Pinedale to analyze bids as received. Jerry Jensen seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously.
Discussion began with a statement from Walt Bousman that recruitment and retention of a second physician is primarily the contracting physician's responsibility. After the workshop with Billie Jelouchan of Wyoming Health Resources Network, the board can come up with something to add to the physician's package.
Mary Lynn Worl submitted a statistical analysis for a five-year loan, which illustrated amounts at different rates to show what could be saved by an individual, and the cost to the board in lost interest. She also listed pertinent questions in forming a loan incentive. Mary Lynn Worl motioned that she and Bill Barney do some preliminary work on a loan program with the input of the physicians. Jerry Jensen seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously.
Dr. Burnett asked for clarification of the chairman's opening statement regarding retention responsibility. He confirmed his statement. Mary Lynn added by stating a clarification was needed in that the physician is responsible and will be carrying the contract with the second physician. The board does not directly hire the second physician, but rather looks at some means of assisting the physicians. Bill Barney included that this program would be county-wide and geared for acquisition and retention to stabilize the entire system.
Attorney Ed Wood summarized the circulation of the contract addendums. Dr. Boyle called Mr. Wood and stated she would like to be an employee of the district in regard to the medical director position of the EMS service. Dr. Burnett was contacted and he concurred. This action would place the physicians under the protection of the Governmental Immunity Act malpractice cap of $250,000 but would not add any other liability issues for the district. He did not receive any comments regarding any of the other addendum issues. Therefore, in order to settle the agreed upon issues, he prepared a modified addendum with language identical to the circulated draft, excluding the medical director language, and a simple employee contract for the medical director issue. The employee contract was submitted for discussion only.
Discussion continued. Jerry Jensen would like to increase Dr. Boyle's softgoods amount of $27,885 to be equal to Dr. Burnett's $32,000. The equipment inventory section 21 was re-written to reflect the change in the delineation of softgoods inventory and equipment inventory. The board felt this section would not be necessary since it is expected they would develop a policy regarding the equipment inventory owned by the district. The process for disposal was discussed. In the past a list was submitted to the board and approval for disposal was granted at a meeting.
Lesta Winer, Pinedale Medical Clinic representative, read a letter from Dr. Boyle since she was attending training. In summary:
Employee vs. contract for Medical Director position.
The wall covering job is completed and the clinic is happy with the results.
Annie Sondgeroth, PHN will allow use of space for office space.
Dr. Alex Constantinitis will be here in March. He will be happy to meet with Board Members. Details are being negotiated.
Bill Barney motioned to accept the addendum as modified and submit the medical director employee contract to the physicians for comment. Mary Lynn Worl seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously. The board signed the contract addendums.
Jerry Jensen motioned to table the employment contract until the next meeting. Bill Barney seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously.
Jerry Jensen motioned to increase the softgoods inventory amount of the Pinedale Clinic to the same level as the Big Piney Clinic subject to Dr. Boyle's acceptance. Mary Lynn Worl seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously.
Mary Lynn Worl motioned that contract compensation be negotiable each June. Jerry Jensen seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously.
Jerry Jensen motioned to delete Section 21. Bill Barney seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously.
Dr. Burnett commented it would be appropriate to address each EMS service of the contract for a medical director, since state by-laws allow the selection of their medical director, and gain their input.
Roger McMannis of Home Improvement Specialists submitted an estimate to the office for two types of windows for the ambulance carport. Discussion ensued whether windows on the garage doors or on the west wall would be appropriate. Also, Dr. Burnett suggested heat would be necessary. Bill Barney motioned to install windows on the garage doors and solicit a proposal to install gas heat. Jerry Jensen seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously.
EMT BUSINESS CONTINUED
The board retired into executive session at 8:45 p.m. to discuss personnel issues with EMTs Katie Krieger, Wendy Gaston and Jody Yeary, Dr. Burnett, Rich Anderson, attorney Ed Wood and Jauna McGinnis. This ended at 9:08, at which time the board continued with EMT Sandy Anderson and Wil Gay, supervisor.
Walt Bousman called the meeting back to order at 9:18 stating no action was taken on either issue.
HIGH COUNTRY COUNSELING
Jeff Swain of High Country Counseling Services reported a building has been purchased. They will be remodeling and hiring a staff. He submitted a request for additional monies. Walt Bousman stated the board will accept it as a formal budget request. Mr. Swain questioned whether he should be speaking with the district or the county commissioners. Walt Bousman stated monies for a building would be along the lines of the commissioners' responsibility. Bill Barney would like to see more service available for the people of the county. Jerry Jensen stated the board's first priority is the clinics and ambulance service. Mary Lynn Worl stated this should be looked at in the scope of budget totality.
EMT BUSINESS CONTINUED
CELL PHONE FOR EMS SUPERVISOR
Mary Lynn Worl motioned to approve the purchase of a cell phone for the Pinedale supervisor. In so doing she also stated that he should not have to rely upon his company cell phone, the district can't dictate where the supervisors can work and that this will alleviate misunderstandings, scheduling problems or conflicts within the EMS service. Walt Bousman stated the supervisor position is a voluntary position and acceptance should be based on whether or not they have the means to accomplish that position. Jerry Jensen stated it is voluntary to an extent, yet it is an elected, key position to the EMS service. Communication is provided in other businesses. Jerry Jensen seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously.
It was determined through discussion that a laptop with a docking station would not be reasonable for an office computer. The Big Piney EMS service will be requesting a desktop in the budget request. Jauna McGinnis suggested each EMS service should select their own laptops to their liking.
Bill Barney motioned to request both services to recommend a system at a price comparable to the $2143 spent for the clerk. Jerry Jensen seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously.
A phone call to the clerk would be sufficient for purchase.
The board will figure out a solution for Big Piney's immediate desktop need.
Pinedale EMS is in the process of selecting a design for the building sign. The board stated it should say Pinedale Ambulance. The board would like it to be readable, durable and have longevity. It is up to the EMS service to decide the material content (metal vs. wood). $1,000 has been budgeted for this item. Lucy Fandek asked if the EMS sign at the Pinedale Clinic could be replaced if there is remaining money. The board asked for a recommendation next meeting.
Lucy Fandek, instructor coordinator, would like to host a leadership retreat for all members of Pinedale EMS in August. Instead of sending a few key members to a seminar for approximately $1,365, the speaker would come here instead for $300-400 less. Bill Barney asked if this could be beneficial to the Big Piney EMS personnel also. Although it would, the intent is to build the relationships within Pinedale EMS. Ms. Fandek requested additional funds be allocated to the professional development budget for this event. Bill Barney motioned to authorize to allow this event. Jerry Jensen seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously.
Big Piney was offered the same. Katie Krieger will take it to the group. It was suggested to coordinate the individual for two days in order to save on travel fees.
Wil Gay requested to include the siding with the entire building construction project. The board would like to see it done now.
The radio has been installed in the Pinedale ambulance barn and is working well.
Due to the changes in the intermediate program, two new classes will be required by the State. Wil Gay would like to bring instructors to Pinedale and Big Piney to upgrade them now at the rate of $100 per person. The two EMS services are to coordinate these classes between them. His next concern was the two-conference limit in the policy and how this would affect the new requirements by the State. The board would like a copy of the upgrade requirements.
Kris Bacheller, PEMS president, requested the board to do the background and reference checks for applicants due to the EMS's inability to obtain the information and to avoid any partiality issues. The board does not mind reviewing applications but the task of background checks would be too much. Discussion continued, including instituting a defensive driving course and requiring the EVOC course. The board directed the EMTs to obtain all necessary information on each applicant and to direct them to the board if they have any issues with the process or decisions made by the EMS service.
Due to the time of the evening, the clerk's business was tabled until next meeting.
POLICY AND PROCEDURES
Bill Barney requested the policy and procedures manual be posted on a website so that all could review and submit comments by e-mail. The cost would be approximately $300. Clint Gilchrist will be able to work with Jauna McGinnis on this project. Although the board generally agreed verbal comments are better, it was decided this process would be beneficial. Bill Barney motioned to put the policy and procedures manual on a website. Jerry Jensen seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously.
A special meeting for the policy and procedures meeting is tentatively set for Feb. 24, 2003 at 7 p.m. in Big Piney.
Jerry Jensen motioned to pay the bills as presented. Mary Lynn Worl seconded the motion. Motion carried authorizing vouchers for payroll and vendors numbered 2299 through 2416 totaling $163,926.96.
Without any further business, Jerry Jensen motioned to adjourn the meeting. Mary Lynn Worl seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously. Meeting adjourned 11:05 p.m.
Respectfully submitted this 10th day of March, 2003
Sublette County Rural Health Care District Board of Trustees
/s/ Walt Bousman, Chairman
Jauna M. McGinnis, Clerk
Published in the Sublette Examiner March 20, 2003.
OFFICIAL COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS
MARCH 7, 2003
The Board of County Commissioners met in regular session on this date at 9:00 a.m. with Gordon Johnston, Betty Fear, Cat Urbigkit of the Sublette Examiner, and Joe Wilhelm of the Pinedale Roundup, present. Commissioner Bill Cramer and County Clerk Mary Lankford were absent. The meeting was recorded.
Chairman Gordon Johnston led those present in the Pledge of Allegiance.
The minutes of the preceding meeting of Feb. 21, 2003, were approved and ordered filed on motion by Chairman Johnston and seconded by Commissioner Fear. The motion carried.
The official bond for Peter Arambel, secretary treasurer for the Sublette County Predatory Board, in the amount of $1,000, was approved and ordered field with the county treasurer.
Dan Holgate, Road and Bridge Superintendent, reviewed the projects to be completed by the end of the fiscal year, being the Paradise, Upper Hoback, and Industrial Site, and discussed possible equipment purchases. Purchasing a new trailer and generator for the crusher was discussed.
It was moved by Commissioner Fear and seconded by Commissioner Johnston to adopt Resolution No. 03-763J declaring First North County Road No. 23-224 a county road. The motion carried.
Scott Scherbel, representing Tri-Town Recycling, informed the board that the PacifiCorp property in Big Piney was zoned commercial, and that the Town of Big Piney is apparently opposed to changing the zoning to industrial, which would be the appropriate zoning for the recycling facility. Based on this information, the board decided to not pursue the purchase of this property. Recycling bids were discussed.
It was moved by Commissioner Fear and seconded by Chairman Johnston to issue a malt beverage permit to the Daniel Community Center, Inc. for the Aniel Daniel Chili Cookoff on March 29, 2003, at the Daniel Schoolhouse and to Pinedale Blues, Inc. for the Blues Festival on June 21, 2003, at the Pinedale Rodeo Grounds. The motion carried.
The board voted to appoint Pam Hamilton to the weed and pest board as an at-large member for a four-year term and confirm the existing members appointments to represent the following: Monte Skinner - at-large; Bill Mayo - Boulder; John Copeland - Big Piney; and Doug Vickrey - Pinedale.
The following petition and affidavit of abatement of taxes was presented on petition from the county assessor and the State of Wyoming Board of Equalization: Amoco Production Company, $880.77.
Nylla Kunard and Mary Lynn Worl, representing the Hi-Country Senior Citizens, discussed possibly purchasing the kitchen equipment at Sweetwater Deli for the new senior center. It was agreed that they should look at the equipment and prices with Brad Waters, the project's architect.
The board recessed into executive session to participate in a conference call with John McKinley of Davis and Cannon regarding litigation.
The board reconvened the meeting.
The board toured the law enforcement construction project with Sheriff Hank Ruland.
Bubba Larsen discussed the alteration of Resolution No. 01-703C, which was adopted by the board on July 17, 2001, and recorded on July 19, 2001. Larsen requested the board to adopt a corrected resolution. It was moved by Commissioner Fear and seconded by Chairman Johnston to adopt Resolution No. 03-762J which corrected the typographical errors on Resolution No. 01-703C. The motion carried.
Larsen further discussed due process and the alternation of records. Joanne Garnett apologized for the mistake. The board assured that future corrections will be made correctly.
John Blaha and Chris Fallbeck presented the Wildfire Annual Operating Plan for signature. The board signed the plan.
Accounts Payable audited and approved for payment:
DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT 4.83 /AMERICAN FAMILY LIFE ASSURANCE 1,192.08 /BENEFICIAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 316.10 /CLERK OF COURT 601.00 /COLONIAL LIFE & ACCIDENT 86.15 /FASCORP 3,166.67 /MIKE'S CLEANING SERVICE 427.26 /PRUDENTIAL LIFE INSURANCE 201.00 /SUBLETTE COUNTY PAYROLL ACCT 101,873.54 /JOHN SHENEFELT 5,395.00 /UNITED STATES LIFE INS. CO. 101.19 /VALIC 648.82 /WYOMING CHILD SUPPORT 200.00 /WYOMING EMPLOYEES FCU 1,100.00 /WYOMING RETIREMENT SYSTEM 34,301.18 /ALL AMERICAN FUEL COMPANY, INC. 15,478.22 /AMERICAN JAIL ASSOCIATION 36.00 /ANDERSON HIGHWAY SIGNS 750.18 /AT&T 203.45 /WAYNE BARDIN 112.41 /BEAR PRINT 325.00 /JUDITH M. BOYLE, MD 65.85 /BIG PINEY LUBE & DETAIL 30.94 /CENTER FOR AMERICAN AND 225.00 /CASPER STAR TRIBUNE 420.67 /CENTURYTEL OF WYOMING, INC. 420.16 /EATON SALES & SERVICE 904.50 /EIDEN'S CONSTRUCTION LLC 4,160.00 /FEW INVESTMENTS, LLC 985.64 /GALL'S INC. 81.54 /VAN GRAHAM 336.73 /ELIZABETH GREENWOOD 698.15 /HI-COUNTRY SENIOR CITIZENS 3,842.00 /HENKE MANUFACTURING CORP. 649.45 /JACQUES P. HERTER, PH.D. 800.00 /HOLIDAY INN FISHERMAN'S WHARF 633.84 /HOGAN & ASSOCIATES 332,949.00 /HOLIDAY INN 184.71 /INTERMOUNTAIN ELECTRIC SERVICE,INC. 813.63 /J D'S GUNSMITHING 1,170.00 /JOHN ASCUAGA'S NUGGET 256.20 /J. THOMAS JOHNSTON, MD 400.00 /KENWORTH SALES CO. INC. 73.22 /LARIAT INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS 126.90 /HOLDING'S LITTLE AMERICA 329.30 /BRIDGET MACKEY 1,042.60 /LEXISNEXIS MATTHEW BENDER 69.80 /STELLA MCKINSTRY 486.90 /MIDWAY MALL 7.40 /MMS 30.13 /MONSTER 610.00 /MOUNTAIN STATES WATER 285.00 / N.A.D.A. APPRAISAL GUIDES 150.00 NATIONAL DRUG COURT INSTITUTE 750.00 /NELSON ENGINEERING, INC. 21,511.24 /ERIC NIELSEN, D.S.W. 440.00 /NOBLE TRAVEL AGENCY 310.00 /NORTHERN SAFETY CO. INC. 113.14 /OFFICE OUTLET 546.29 /BRANDON OVERDORFF 28.97 /PACIFIC POWER & LIGHT CO. 3,726.56 /BOB PENTON 617.50 /PENNZOIL-QUAKER STATE CO. 464.20 /ERIC PETERSON 333.87 /HELEN HEGARDT 125.00 /PINEDALE NATURAL GAS CO. 4,301.42 /PINEDALE PROPERTIES 164.00 PINEDALE ROUNDUP 98.00 /PLAINSMAN PRINTING & SUPPLY 238.39 /PONY EXPRESS PHOTO 47.96 /U.S. POSTMASTER 326.00 /PROVIDENCE ARCHITECTURE INC. 11,723.75 /QUESTAR GAS 150.83 QUILL CORPORATION 895.50 /RENDEZVOUS TRAVEL 87.17 /RIGGING FOR RESCUE, LLC 1,000.00 /RIO VERDE ENGINEERING 993.60 /ROCKY MOUNTAIN PROPANE 3,642.03 /HANK RULAND 125.28 /DON SCHOOLEY 338.29 /HENRY SCHMIDT 267.84 /SUBLETTE COUNTY SCHOOL DIST #9 100.00 ANNIE SONDGEROTH 174.32 /SPECTRUM+BENNION 2,155.00 /STOCKMAN'S RESTAURANT 121.00 SUBLETTE COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 365.75 /SUBLETTE EXAMINER 912.00 /SUBLETTE COUNTY LIBRARY 168,880.00 /THE TIRE DEN, INC. 310.91 /TOUCH AMERICA 0.65 /TOWN OF MARBLETON 38.78 /TRANS EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO. 129.41 /TSQUARED FRAMING 250.00 /UCN 18.21 /UNISOURCE-ROCKY MOUNTAIN 140.99 /UNION TELEPHONE 477.14 /U W FREIGHT LINE, INC. 129.27 /VIKING OFFICE PRODUCTS, INC. 206.89 /WYOMING COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY DIV 194.95 WILLIAMS AUTOMOTIVE INC. 151.53 /SKYLAR WILSON 240.00 /WYOMING.COM 12.00 /XEROX CORPORATION 681.48 /XEROX CORPORATION 1,133.45 /ZEP MANUFACTURING CO. 134.00
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 2:30 p.m.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
SUBLETTE COUNTY, WYOMING
/s/ Gordon R. Johnston, Chairman
/s/ Mary L. Lankford, County Clerk
Published in the Sublette Examiner March 20, 2003.
COUNTY EMPLOYEE AND POSITION STATEMENT
PUBLISHED IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 18-3-516 (b) ( ii),
WYOMING STATUTES, 1977, AMENDED 1983.
The following statement contains a complete list of all chief administrative officials, assistant administrative officials, elected officials, department heads, and full-time employees of Sublette County, specified by name and position.
Gordon R. Johnston, Chairman, County Commissioner
William W. Cramer, County Commissioner
Betty Fear, County Commissioner
Mary L. Lankford, County Clerk
Tracey L. Hoover, Deputy County Clerk
Cathleen A. Saxton, Deputy County Clerk
Roxanna M. Jensen, County Treasurer
Laila R. Illoway, Deputy County Treasurer
Pamelyn Kirkpatrick, Deputy County Treasurer
Delta A. McCormick, Deputy County Treasurer
Janet L. Montgomery, County Assessor
Carroll Vern Esterholt, Deputy County Assessor
Barry D. Johnson, Field Appraiser, County Assessor
L. Jeness Saxton, Office Personnel, County Assessor
Russell V. Graham, Prosecuting & County Attorney
Marilyn R. Filkins, Deputy Prosecuting & County Attorney
Bridget M. Mackey, Paralegal, Prosecuting & County Attorney
Rebecca A. Manning, Secretary, Prosecuting & County Attorney
Marilyn M. Jensen, Clerk of District Court
Brenda E. Kennedy, Deputy, Clerk of District Court
Joanne Garnett, Planner & Zoning Administrator
Darlene K. Staley, Secretary, Planning & Zoning
Henry W. Ruland, County Sheriff
Henry Schmidt, Undersheriff, County Sheriff
Paul A. Raftery, Chief Detective, County Sheriff
Georgia D. Hook, Detective, County Sheriff
Wayne M. Bardin, Lieutenant, County Sheriff
Robert J. Hanson, Sergeant, County Sheriff
Harold G. Bryson, Deputy, County Sheriff
Gregory D. Garner, Deputy, County Sheriff
Tyson R. Gulbrandson, Deputy, County Sheriff
Daniel J. Jensen, Deputy, County Sheriff
Michael D. Moyer, Deputy, County Sheriff
Mike Peterson, Deputy, County Sheriff
Hayes C. Randol, Deputy, County Sheriff
Lisa Randol, Deputy, County Sheriff
Toby L. Terrell, Deputy, County Sheriff
Jeannie K. Whinnery, Deputy, County Sheriff
Kenneth S. Winer, Deputy, County Sheriff
Brandon S. Overdorff, Sergeant, Detentions, County Sheriff
Melvin M. Bradish, Detention Officer, County Sheriff
Ryan L. Day, Detention Officer, County Sheriff
Stephen W. Dunning, Detention Officer, County Sheriff
Thomas J. Hatch, Detention Officer, County Sheriff
Michael J. Hueckstaedt, Detention Officer, County Sheriff
Tyson L. Miller, Detention Officer, County Sheriff
Daniel B. Ruby, Detention Officer, County Sheriff
David R. Siefkes, Detention Officer, County Sheriff
Ricky G. Hubbard, Sergeant, Communications, County Sheriff
Beau J. Chamberlain, Communication Officer, County Sheriff
Ernest W. Kawa, Communication Officer, County Sheriff
Marilyn McGarr, Communication Officer, County Sheriff
Donna S. Ecklund, Communication Officer, County Sheriff
Katianne Richins, Communication Officer, County Sheriff
Marylisa Baxley, Secretary & Records Clerk, County Sheriff
Jean H. Hayward, Secretary & Records Clerk, County Sheriff
Eileen Manzanedo, Secretary & Records Clerk, County Sheriff
Kay Picerno, Secretary & Records Clerk, County Sheriff
Donald R. Schooley, County Coroner
Angela T. Kolis, Secretary, County Health Nurse
Dan Holgate, Road & Bridge Superintendent
Travis E. Sour, Assistant Superintendent, Road & Bridge
Wendie J. Butler, Secretary, Road & Bridge
Alvin R. Mitchell, Mechanic, Road & Bridge
Andrew M. O'Neal, Mechanic, Road & Bridge
Fredrick J. Boyce, Jr., Laborer, Road & Bridge
Matthew B. Brunette, Laborer, Road & Bridge
John F. Long, Laborer, Road & Bridge
David P. MacGill, Laborer, Road & Bridge
James Malkowski, Laborer, Road & Bridge
Vodney Orr, Laborer, Road & Bridge
Patrick Andrew McGuire, Laborer, Road & Bridge
Billy E. Pape, Laborer, Road & Bridge
Jeffrey J. Reising, Laborer, Road & Bridge
Ronnie R. Schilling, Laborer, Road & Bridge
Mark Steele, Laborer, Road & Bridge
William J. Ullery, Laborer, Road & Bridge
R. Morell Woffinden, Laborer, Road & Bridge
Robin Woffinden, Laborer, Road & Bridge
Michael J. McGinnis, Waste Management Superintendent
James Burnside, Laborer, Sanitary Landfill
Toni M. Kothe, Attendant, Sanitary Landfill
Judy L. Stanhope, Laborer, Sanitary Landfill
Ranae Lozier, Secretary, Agricultural Extension Office
Pamela Curry, GIS Specialist
Dated this 13th day of March 2003.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
SUBLETTE COUNTY, WYOMING
/s/ Gordon R. Johnston, Chairman
/s/ Mary L. Lankford, County Clerk
Published in the Sublette Examiner March 20, 2003
BEFORE THE OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION
OF THE STATE OF WYOMING
IN THE MATTER OF A HEARING ) BROUGHT ON THE COMMISSION'S )
OWN MOTION TO ASK ALL ) INTERESTED PARTIES TO SHOW )
CAUSE AND PRESENT EVIDENCE AS ) TO WHETHER OR NOT THE FORT )
UNION FORMATION, THE LANCE )
FORMATION, AND THE MESAVERDE )
FORMATION (AND/OR ANY )
PORTIONS THEREOF) UNDERLYING )
THE FOLLOWING LANDS IN )
THE PINEDALE ANTICLINE AREA )
AND PORTIONS OF JONAH FIELD )
ARE EACH A SEPARATE POOL, )
AS DEFINED BY WYO. STAT. )
§30-5-101(a)(iii) AND CHAPTER 1, )
SECTION 2(kk) OF THE RULES AND )
REGULATIONS, IN ORDER THAT )
THE COMMISSION MAY, AT THE )
CLOSE OF THE EVIDENCE, MAKE )
A DETERMINATION ON THE MATTER )
AND TAKE SUCH ACTION AS IT )
DEEMS APPROPRIATE, ALL IN )
SUBLETTE COUNTY, WYOMING: )
Sections 1-17, 20-29, and 32-36 and the )
e1/2 of sections 18, 19, 30 and 31 )
all in Township 29 North, Range 107 West, )
6th P.M.; Sections 1 and 2, Township 29 )
North, Range 108 West, all of Township )
30 North, Ranges 107, 108, and 109 West; )
all of Township 31 North, Ranges 108 and )
109 West; Sections 1-3, 10-15, 22-27, and )
34-36 of Township 31 North, Range 110 )
West; all of Township 32 North, Ranges )
108 and 109 West; Sections 1-3, 10-15, )
22-27, and 34-36 of Township 32 North, )
Range 110 West; and all of Townships 33 )
and 34 North, Ranges 109 and 110 West, )
6th P.M. )
CAUSE NO. 11
ORDER NO. 1
DOCKET NO. 136-2003
NOTICE OF HEARING
State of Wyoming to: All Interested Parties.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a hearing will be held on Monday, April 7, 2003 at 1:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, or between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on any of the subsequent days during which the Commission remains in session, in the conference room of the Office of the State Oil and Gas Supervisor, 777 West First Street, Casper, Wyoming, for the Commission to ask all interested parties to show cause and present evidence as to whether or not the Fort Union Formation, the Lance Formation, and the Mesaverde Formation (and/or any portions thereof) underlying the following lands in the Pinedale Anticline area and portions of Jonah Field are each a separate pool, as defined by Wyo. Stat. §30-5-101(a)(iii) and Chapter 1, Section 2(kk) of the Rules and Regulations, in order that the Commission may, at the close of the evidence, make a determination on the matter and take such action as it deems appropriate, all in Sublette County, Wyoming: Sections 1-17, 20-29, and 31-36 and the E1/2 of Sections 18, 19, 30 and 31 all in Township 29 North, Range 107 West, 6th P.M.; Sections 1 and 2, Township 29 North, Range 108 West; all of Township 30 North, Ranges 107, 108, and 109 West; all of Township 31 North, Ranges 108 and 109 West; Sections 1-3, 10-15, 22-27, and 34-36 of Township 31 North, Range 110 West; all of Township 32 North, Ranges 108 and 109 West; Sections 1-3, 10-15, 22-27, and 34-36 of Township 32 North, Range 110 West; and all of Townships 33 and 34 North, Ranges 109 and 110 West, 6th P.M.
Evidence and testimony will be taken at the time of the hearing or if you wish to make a written statement setting forth your comments, it should be filed with the Commission at least three (3) working days before the hearing.
Dated this 14th day of March, 2003.
WYOMING OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION
Don J. Likwartz, Secretary
Published in the Sublette Examiner March 20, 2003.
BEFORE THE OIL AND GAS
CONSERVATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF WYOMING
The following matters will come before this Commission on Monday, April 7, 2003, at 1:30 P.M. or as soon thereafter as the matters may be heard, or between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. on any of the subsequent days during which the Commission remains in session at the office of the State Oil and Gas Supervisor, 777 West First Street, Casper, Wyoming:
Cause No. 9, Order No. 2, Docket No. 118-2003, in the matter of a hearing brought on by Commission's own motion to review a previous order of the Commission identified as Cause No. 9, Order No. 1, Docket No. 34-2002 regarding method of treating pits by B. C. Technologies, LTD. in Sublette and Sweetwater counties, Wyoming.
Cause No. 9, Order No. 1, Docket No. 176-2003, in the matter of a hearing brought on by the Commission's own motion to review a previous order of the Commission identified as Cause No. 9, Order No. 1, Docket No. 90-2002 regarding method of treating pits by Soli-Bond Inc. in Albany, Big Horn, Campbell, Carbon, Converse, Crook, Fremont, Hot Springs, Johnson, Laramie, Lincoln, Natrona, Niobrara, Park, Sheridan, Sublette, Sweetwater, Uinta, Washakie and Weston counties, Wyoming.
Cause No. 9, Order No. 1, Docket No. 177-2003, in the matter of a hearing brought on by the Commission's own motion to review a previous order of the Commissions identified as Cause No. 9, Order No. 1, Docket No. 144-2002 regarding method of treating pits by LA Phoenix Research in Carbon, Lincoln, Sublette, Sweetwater and Uinta counties, Wyoming.
Cause No. 9, Order No. 1, Docket No. 178-2003, in the matter of a hearing brought on by the Commission's own motion to review a previous order of the Commissions identified as Cause No. 9, Order No. 1, Docket No. 147-2002 regarding method of treating pits by Swaco in Big Horn, Campbell, Carbon, Converse, Fremont, Johnson, Lincoln, Natrona, Park, Sublette, Sweetwater and Uinta counties, Wyoming.
Any interested party is entitled to appear at the time and place aforesaid to be heard by the Commission. The applications may be inspected in the office of the undersigned, 777 West First Street, Casper, Wyoming. If there are any protests, please make such known to the State Oil and Gas Supervisor at least three (3) working days before the hearing by filing a written objection.
Dated this 14th Day of March, 2003
Don J. Likwartz, Secretary
Published in the Sublette Examiner March 20, 2003.
REQUEST FOR BIDS
Hereby take notice that the Pinedale Airport Board, acting on behalf of the Town of Pinedale, is requesting bids for the salvage rights and removal for all structures, interior fencing and corral from Lot Five (5) of the Airport Subdivision, Sublette County, Wyoming. Bids will be opened on April 7, 2003, at 6:30 p.m. at the Pinedale Town Hall. All bids must be on the authorized Bid Form and received at the Pinedale Town Hall no later than 5 p.m. on April 7, 2003, to be considered. Removal must be completed by Oct. 1, 2003. Within five business days of Notice of Award, the successful bidder shall deliver its signed contract, in the form attached to the Specifications, and pay the bid amount, to the Pinedale Town Hall. Specifications for this contract and Bid Forms are available at the Pinedale Town Hall. Telephone (307)-367-4136 for mailing of a bid package.
Structures include: Two-story log home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, attached double garage, detached barn and detached shed located at 24 Runway Lane, about 5 miles SE of Pinedale off Highway 191. Interior fencing includes pole fencing and corral. In case of conflict between the terms of the Request and the Specifications, the Specifications shall control.
Published in the Sublette Examiner March 20, 27, and April 3, 2003.
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