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STATE OF WYOMING )
COUNTY OF SUBLETTE )
FELIX M. GALLAGHER, )
CHARLES R. PENNOCK and )
JOYCE L. PENNOCK, )
husband and wife, )
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
CIVIL ACTION NO. 6623
TO: CHARLES R. PENNOCK
JOYCE L. PENNOCK
TAKE NOTICE that FELIX M. GALLAGHER has filed a Complaint in the District Court, Ninth Judicial District, Sublette County, Wyoming sitting in the Town of Pinedale, to quiet title to:
A tract of land situated in the W1/2 SW1/4NW1/4, Section 15, Township 32 North, Range 108 West of the 6th P.M., Sublette County, Wyoming, more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at the Southwest corner of the SW1/4NW1/4 of said Section 15;
Thence North along the West line of said Section 509 feet to a point;
Thence East along a line parallel to the South line of said Section 475 feet to the point of beginning of this traverse and the Northwest corner of tract described in deed recorded 8/25/72 in Book 15 of Deeds, Page 626;
Thence North along a line parallel to the West line of said Section 60 feet to a point;
Thence East along a line parallel to the South line of said Section 185 feet to a point;
Thence South along a line parallel to the West line of said Section 60 feet to a point;
Thence West along a line parallel to the South line of said Section 185 feet to the point of beginning;
TOGETHER WITH all improvements and appurtenances thereunto appertaining.
As fee simple owner of said real property naming you as Defendants, alleging that you claim estates, rights, titles, liens and interests therein which are adverse to those of the Plaintiff, and that Plaintiff is seeking to have his title to said real property forever quieted and a judicial determination that you have no estates, rights, titles, liens or interests therein.
FURTHER, you are notified that you are required to answer Plaintiff's Complaint on or before 10/11/04 by filing the same with the Clerk of this Court; otherwise, said Complaint shall be taken as true and judgment shall be rendered against you accordingly.
/s/ MARILYN M. JENSEN
Clerk of District Court
Box 764, Pinedale, Wyo., 82941
Published in the Sublette Examiner Aug. 19 and 26, Sept. 2 and 9, 2004.
NOTICE OF FINAL PAYMENT TO
Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Sublette County, Wyoming, has accepted work as completed according to the plans, specifications and rules set forth in the contract between Sublette County and Chambers Design-Build Inc., P.O. Box 1360, Pinedale, Wyoming, for the Sublette Hi-Country Senior Center, Pinedale, Wyoming, and that Chambers Design-Build Inc. is entitled to final settlement therefore. On the 26th day of September, 2004, being the thirtieth day after the first publication of the notice, Sublette County will pay the above-mentioned contractor, the full amount due under said contract.
Dated this 23rd day of August, 2004.
Board of County Commissioners
Sublette County, Wyoming
Published in the Sublette Examiner Aug. 26, Sept. 2 and 9, 2004.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Notice is hereby given that the Pinedale Airport Board (hereafter referred to as the "Sponsor" or "Owner") will receive sealed bids for the Snow Removal Equipment Building Project, A.I.P. No. 3-56-0021-08 at Ralph Wenz Field near Pinedale, Wyoming.
The proposed project involves the following work item:
Snow Removal Equipment Building
Project Including Installation Lump Sum
The bids must be prepared on forms supplied by the Owner and filed with the Pinedale Airport Board, P.O. Box 1766, 210 W. Pine Street, Pinedale, WY 82941, not later than 4 p.m., local time, Sept. 8, 2004. The bids will be publicly opened and read aloud at the Pinedale Town Hall, in the presence of the bidders and their representatives at that time and date.
The Bidder (proposer) must supply all the information required by the bid or proposal forms and specifications.
No bids will be received after the specified hour and date, and bids which are not prepared and filed in accordance with proposal requirements and conditions of the specifications may be rejected.
All bids must be accompanied either by a certified check, payable to the Town of Pinedale in the amount of five percent (5%) of the bid, or by a bid bond in a like amount and executed by an approved surety company. The check or bond will be retained by the Owner as liquidated damages if the successful bidder refuses or fails to enter into contract and performance bond in accord with his bid within fifteen (15) days after date of notification of award.
Minimum wage rates as established by the Secretary of Labor are applicable to the work performed on this project.
The proposed construction contract and the project manual for the construction of the work are available for inspection at the Town Hall, Pinedale, Wyoming. The same may be obtained from the engineers, Rio Verde Engineering, upon payment of a fee of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) for each project manual, (307) 367-2826, (307) 367-2546 - Fax, P.O. Box 642, 201 W. Pine St., Pinedale, Wyo., 82941-0642. Fifty Dollars ($50.00) will be refunded for each project manual received by Rio Verde Engineering during the 18 calendar days following the project bid date.
Bids may not be withdrawn after the time fixed for opening them. The Owner reserves the right to waive irregularities in the bids and reject any and all bids.
The proposed contract is under and subject to executive order 11246 of Sept. 24, 1965, as amended, to the equal opportunity clause and the standard federal equal employment opportunity construction contract specifications including the goals and timetables for minority and female participation.
The operational plan covers the actions of the construction personnel and equipment during the period construction activities are taking place. Note that airport staff and observers are responsible for their own activities. The contractors' personnel's safety procedures are the contractors' responsibility, and they shall also comply with the F.A.A.'s safety standards because F.A.A.'s safety requirements for airports during construction and maintenance activities are applicable to this project.
The contractor's attention is invited to his responsibilities concerning safety outlined in the project manual.
The construction operations plan has been developed to mitigate the adverse impacts of construction on aeronautical operations on the airport. Strict adherence to the provisions of the construction operations plan by all personnel assigned to or visiting the construction site is mandatory for all construction projects. In the event contractor activities are not in conformance with the provisions of the construction operations plan, the contractor shall immediately cease those operations involved in the violation of the provisions of the construction operations plan and conduct a safety meeting. The owner may direct the contractor, in writing, to immediately cease those operations involved in the violation of the provisions of the construction operations plan. The contractor shall not resume construction operations until appropriate action is taken as determined by the owner.
A certification of non-segregated facilities must be submitted prior to the award of the proposed contract, including any subcontracts in excess of $10,000.00.
All bidders are advised to examine the site to become familiar with all site conditions. The project will be shown to interested bidders Sept. 2, 2004 at 11 a.m. local time, beginning at Ralph Wenz Field, Pinedale, Wyoming.
BY ORDER OF THE PINEDALE AIRPORT BOARD.
Published in the Sublette Examiner Aug. 26 and Sept. 2, 2004.
Notice of Vehicle Sale
The following abandoned vehicle will be put up for sale on Sept. 15, 2004, at 2228 East Green River Road, in Big Piney, Wyo., at 5 a.m.
1965 Beall, VIN T1053A-65
The minimum bid for sale of the vehicle is $4,500.
For more information contact Bill Marchwick, P.O. Box 4219, Marbleton Wyo., 83113.
Published in the Sublette Examiner Sept. 2 and 9, 2004.
The Sublette County Planning & Zoning Commission will meet on Thursday, Sept. 23, 2004, at 7 p.m. in the Sublette County Courthouse, Pinedale, Wyoming. At this time, a public hearing will be held to consider the following applications:
Conditional use request by PTI Premium Camp Services (Alberta, Canada), JFC Engineers & Surveyors, Agent, ASAP Construction, LLC, (Al Etcheverry, Zane White, George Danze, Titleholders), to construct and operate a Workers' Camp on 4.546 acres (3.754 acres net), more or less, on Lot 14 of Sand Draw Industrial Park, SW 1/4, Section 32, T31N, R107W. The site is south of Boulder and on the east side of U.S. Highway 191 and State Route 351. The purpose of the conditional use request is to create temporary housing for one hundred (100) workers in phase I to two hundred (200) workers in phase II, for a period of five years.
Conditional use request by Joe's Concrete to renew a conditional use permit, granted September 2002, to operate a gravel pit with screening and a batch plant, on 10 acres, more or less. The site is on the east side of U.S. Highway 191, north of the Boulder Store and north of WY Highway 353. It is located in the NW 1/4, NE 1/4, Section 16, T32N, R108W, Sublette County. The purpose of the conditional use request is to allow for the continued use of an existing gravel pit and to screen the quarried materials.
Conditional use request by Rickett's Ranch, LLC (John Joe Ricketts and Marlene Ricketts, Titleholders), to create a guest ranch on 1,300 acres, more or less, zoned Agricultural (A-1) located at 607 Upper Hoback River Road, Bondurant, Wyoming. The site is on the east side of U.S. Highway 189/191 and is north of the Hoback River. The purpose of the conditional use request is to allow the use of a four-bedroom, four-bath house and ranch grounds to be used as a guest ranch.
/s/ Peggy Bell, Chairman
Published in the Sublette Examiner September 2, 2004.
OFFICIAL COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS
AUGUST 20, 2004
The Board of County Commissioners met in the Commissioners Meeting Room of the Sublette County Courthouse on this date at 9 a.m. with Gordon Johnston, Bill Cramer, Betty Fear, Cat Urbigkit of the Sublette Examiner, Noah Brenner of the Pinedale Roundup, and Mary Lankford, County Clerk present.
Chairman Johnston led those present in the Pledge of Allegiance.
The minutes of the preceding regular meeting of August 3, 2004, were approved and ordered filed on motion by Commissioner Fear and seconded by Chairman Johnston. The motion carried.
Travis Sour, road and bridge superintendent, reviewed the equipment and culvert list and computer reports. A dump truck on the list will be transferred to the fair board. The board approved a request for road improvement at the fairgrounds. The board directed Sour to notify George Ogden that his illegal approach will be removed with one-week notice. Fencing which encroaches the county right-of-way at the Fayette Ranch was discussed, and it was reported that the owner will try to move the fence this fall. Sour reported on the Paradise and Horse Ranch roads.
Steve James, representing the fair board, discussed equipment, the board's secretary, and the need for housing for a groundskeeper. The board requested that the fair board present a proposal for the groundskeeper. The board approved the transfer of a 6x6 at the Big Piney shop for a water tanker.
Undersheriff Henry Schmidt, Lt. Bardy Bardin, and Tony Chambers discussed a building for Search and Rescue. After discussing possible locations, the board suggested that they contact the Rural Health Care District to discuss its building plans.
County Assessor Janet Montgomery and County Treasurer Roxanna Jensen requested an abatement of interest for Williams Production, due to an office error. It was moved by Commissioner Cramer and seconded by Commissioner Fear to approve the request and abate the interest. The motion carried.
The following abatement petition and affidavit of abatement of taxes were presented on petition from the county assessor and the State of Wyoming Board of Equalization: Western Wyoming Hearing, $31.32; Exxon Mobil Corporation, $157.84; Wyoming Wireless.com, $39.16; Marion & Sevim Larson, $28.68; Edwin McCarty Trustee, $46.45; and White Wolf Creations, 6.59.
County Treasurer Roxanna Jensen requested donated sick leave for Jane Bowser. The board approved the request with a limit of two days of donated sick leave per employee.
John Fanos and Leonard Hysell, with Undersheriff Henry Schmidt, discussed the Overthrust Impact Panel, which was active in the 1980s in Uinta County. Permitting of mancamps, security, technical assistance with human services, increased crime rates, infrastructure, road improvements, and communications with companies was discussed.
The board recessed the meeting for an executive session with County Attorney Van Graham and PDR Coordinator Carla Sullivan to discuss pending litigation.
The board reconvened the meeting.
The board reviewed an application for an 873-acre conservation easement on the Double Bar E Ranch, Murdock Cattle Company, owned by Stan and Madeleine Murdock, as recommended by the Purchase of Development Rights Pilot Program Citizen's Review Committee. The county would purchase the easement for $416,000 with the Green River Valley Land Trust and the Natural Resources Conservation Service (Federal Farm and Ranch Lands Protection Fund) and with the owner donating over 25 percent for a total of $1,614,000. Comments in support of the project were made by Rita Donham, Bernie Holz, Tom Davenport, and Chris Sullivan. Comments in opposition were made by John Linn, Chuck Vitt and Bob Harrower.
Harrower questioned County Attorney Van Graham about timing of the application and his request for an extension to answer the suit. Graham reported that the request for extension was not related to the application. Commissioner Cramer stated his opposition to the project due to the cost/benefit to the county of the easement and development rights, and the funding for the purchase coming from the county general fund. It was moved by Commissioner Fear and seconded by Chairman Johnston to fund the application and approve the conveyance and appraisal. The motion carried, with the vote being: Johnston-aye, Fear-aye, and Cramer-nay.
Carla Sullivan, PDR coordinator, discussed continuing the PDR pilot project and requested funding of $750,000 for another application period. The board took no action on the request. All members of the board thanked Sullivan and the Citizens Review Committee for its work.
In accordance with the public notice published in the Sublette Examiner on July 29, 2004, public hearing was held for the following:
1. It was moved by Commissioner Fear and seconded by Commissioner Cramer to approve a variance application by Henry Schmidt to place a manufactured home of 546 square feet, where 1000 square feet is required, on a 1.02 acre, more or less, lot, zoned R-R, being Lot 40, Block 8, Barger Subdivision, with the property to be used as a personal residence.
2. A variance request by Charlotte Keyser was continued, at the request of the applicant.
3. It was moved by Commissioner Cramer and seconded by Commissioner Fear to approve and act upon the recommendation of the Planning and Zoning Commission. Upon vote, the motion carried, and the following resolution was adopted:
RESOLUTION NO. 04-822J
A RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION AND APPROVING THE APPLICATION BY CHRISTINE E. IRWIN TO REZONE 4.775 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, FROM A-1 TO R-R, LOCATED IN THE SW1/4, SECTION 27, T34N, R110W.
1. It was moved by Commissioner Cramer and seconded by Commissioner Fear to approve the preliminary plat application by HEH, LLC for Summer Sunset Subdivision, to subdivide 35.05 acres, zoned R-R into ten lots, located in the S1/2SE1/4, Section 29, T34N, R109W. The motion carried, with the vote being: Cramer-aye, Fear-aye, and Johnston-nay.
2. It was moved by Commissioner Cramer and seconded by Commissioner Fear to approve the conditional use permit application by Anschutz Pinedale Corporation to construct, operate, and maintain a pipe storage yard on 3.2 acres, more or less, zoned A-1, located in the NE1/4, Section 2, T31N, R109W, with the following conditions:
a. It was moved by Commissioner Cramer and seconded by Commissioner Fear to approve the conditional use permit application by Anschutz Pinedale Corporation to construct, operate, and maintain a pipe storage yard on 3.2 acres, more or less, zoned A-1, located in the NE1/4, Section 2, T31N, R109W, with the following conditions:
b. The conditional use permit is for Anschutz Pinedale Corporation only to store and place oil and gas exploration drilling supplies on the storage yard.
c. The conditional use permit will run for a period of five (5) years.
d. The site will be used for industrial storage of drilling supplies and no office buildings or structures for residential uses will be allowed.
e. Anschutz provide a key or lock combination to the Sublette County Fire Fighter's Jurisdiction and/or Emergency Management Agency for the six-foot-high chain length fence gate.
f. Anschutz install proper stormwater/snowmelt management procedures to capture and minimize potential pollution to the nearby property.
g. No liquid or hazardous water materials shall be stored on site.
Mark Eatinger reported on the road maintenance agreements on Carmichael Hills and informed the board that the barricades will be installed.
It was moved by Commissioner Cramer and seconded by Commissioner Fear to approve the conduit plan for the Senior Center project. The motion carried.
It was moved by Commissioner Cramer and seconded by Commissioner Fear to accept the bid from Teletractors for the Mill Street Rehabilitation Project for the amount of $406,829.00, and authorize County Clerk Mary Lankford to sign all documents for the project. The motion carried.
In accordance with the public notice published in the Sublette Examiner on July 29 and August 5, 2004, public hearing was held for the establishment of the Boulder Mosquito Abatement District. There being no one present for the hearing, it was moved by Commissioner Cramer and seconded by Commissioner Fear to adjourn the hearing and prepare an order for approval to be adopted in 30 days. The motion carried.
Rick Hoffman, Waste Management Superintendent, and Frank Grimes, representing Nelson Engineering, reported on the construction project progress. The dike in the retention pond was discussed. It was moved by Commissioner Cramer and seconded by Chairman Johnston to approve a change order for $152,929.59 for repairing soft spots, replacing asphalt with concrete around scale house, and to asphalt the access road to the site. The motion carried, with the vote being: Johnston-aye, Cramer-aye, and Fear-abstained.
Hoffman discussed the construction schedule, DEQ requirements, and computer software.
The board directed County Attorney Van Graham to respond to a letter from Budd-Falen regarding representation in the Erramouspe Road case, and to notify Dan Budd that the county declines his offer on his easement.
Ken Konicek, representing Tegeler and Associates, discussed the county health insurance renewal. It was moved by Commissioner Cramer and seconded by Commissioner Fear to ratify the current COBRA rates, approve the renewal proposal with 18/12 month option and a $50,000 specific stop loss. The motion carried.
The board directed the county clerk to send easements to the LaBarge Creek road property owners and request a 30-day turnaround.
The board signed the metro law enforcement contracts for the towns of Pinedale and Big Piney.
The board awarded a bid in the amount of $5,753.13 for a 2001 Ford Crown Victoria to Sue Eversull.
Accounts Payable audited and approved for payment:
3-D FIRE PROTECTION, INC. 10,563.00 /JOSHUA F. ADAMS 30.00 /ALL AMERICAN FUEL COMPANY, INC. 26,794.06 /JAY R. ANDERSON 36.39 /JANA ANDERSON 125.50 /ANIMAL CLINIC OF PINEDALE PC 73.98 /APPLIED CONCEPTS INC. 94.00 /AT&T 27.92 /ATCO INTERNATIONAL 119.60 /A TO Z COPIER SERVICE 34.50 /A TO Z HARDWARE 542.10 /DANIEL BARTLETT 33.90 /BARNES DISTRIBUTION 30.15 /MARYLISA BAXLEY 18.50 /BEN DAVIS PAINTING 3,135.00 /BEAR PRINT 81.92 /BIG J'S AUTO PARTS INC. 327.59 /BIGTREE TELECOM 750.00 /BINNING CUSTOM CONSTRUCTION 5,424.00 /TRAVIS BING 39.75 /BOB BARKER COMPANY 90.15 /SANDRALEE BOUSMAN 130.43 /BOULDER VETERINARY HOSPITAL 129.00 /JUDITH M. BOYLE, MD 1,856.78 /BIG PINEY LUBE & DETAIL 133.70 /CYNTHIA J. BRAUSE 52.75 /NANCY BRANDO 37.15 /KATHRYN BRIGGS 262.19 /BRIDGER MECHANICAL, INC. 6,685.98 /RICKY L. BROWN 18,707.00 /BURNEY & COMPANY 13.55 /PATRICIA BURROUGHS 156.68 /JOE BUTNER 36.50 /CALLAGHAN CABINETS & MILLWORK 1,820.00 /BRUCE CARLSON 30.00 /ELIZABETH I. CAVANAGH 30.00 /CENTURYTEL OF WYOMING, INC. 369.17 /CHOICEPOINT BUSINESS & 30.00 /COMMUNICATION CONCEPTS 14.95 / COMPULINK, LTD. 5,990.00 /CORINE M. CONNER 90.50 /CONOCO INC. 104.76 /COWBOY SHOP 139.00 /JOAN CROSSLEY 118.50 /MICHELLE L. CUNNINGHAM 44.30 /KATRINA BECKSTEAD 50.00 /DESERT SNOW 1,080.00 /DEW LUMBER CO. 4,048.97 /DIRE WOLF STUDIOS 2,667.00 /CLARK DYESS 30.00 /EIDEN'S CONSTRUCTION LLC 1,240.00 /GREG EIDEN,SR. 54.05 /ELECTION SYSTEMS & 4,946.42 /HELEN EVANS 108.00 /FALER'S GENERAL STORE 3,280.81 /F B MCFADDEN 496.70 /FENCETRAK, INC. 16,534.00 /MARILYN FILKINS 256.19 /FLAGS OVER AMERICA 120.60 /LUANNE FREEMAN 129.68 /FRONTIER ELECTRIC INC. 2,351.74 /RUTH LEE GIEBEL 108.00 /GLOBALSTAR USA 79.82 /GORDON'S CORNER AUTO CENTER 53.03 /NATHEN GORTEMAKER 35.23 /VAN GRAHAM 2,067.88 /KELLI HARROWER 30.00 /TOM HATCH 34.88 /MIRIAM HAYS 122.00 /SUBLETTE HI-COUNTRY SENIOR 14,798.00 /JACK HEGARDT 30.00 /JANICE HENDRICKS 115.00 /RUTH HENDRICKS 125.50 /STEVE HERNANDEZ 198.00 /KATHERINE HETRICK 10.50 /LUIGI HEYDT 18.38 /SUE HOEFER 118.50 /HOGAN & ASSOCIATES 499,496.00 /THE HON COMPANY 861.08 /IAAO 165.00 /KENNA K. JACKSON 1,068.00 /DAN JENSEN 40.00 /DEBBY J. JESS 115.00 /BARRY JOHNSON 98.91 /J. THOMAS JOHNSTON, MD 450.00 /KENWORTH SALES CO. INC. 245.98 /WILMA F. KOTHE 118.50 /MICHAEL KRCIL 30.00 /LAMERE CONCRETE INC. 2,467.50 /CLETUS J. LAMERE 30.00 /MORGAN LATTA 17.50 /LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC. 90.94 /LEXIS-NEXIS 158.00 /STEVE LICKING 161.60 /L.K.L. ASSOCIATES, INC. 708.44 /LORMAN EDUCATION SERVICES 239.00 /LARAMIE POLICE DEPARTMENT 40.00 /SOUTH DAKOTA LTAP 120.00 /JOANNE M. LUDWIG 322.68 /BRENT LUNDSTEDT JR 177.20 /LYLE SIGNS INC 1,035.75 /PAT MACKIE 118.50 /SCOTT MACKIE 54.05 /MATTHEW MALKOWSKI 21.00 / MARBLETON - BIG PINEY CLINIC 454.50 /KARMEN MARINCIC 146.68 /MASON & MASON, PC 120.00 /DOROTHY MCALISTER 133.68 /MCKENZIE FOUNDATION 6,000.00 /BETTY LOU MCLOUGHLIN 139.68 /CHARMIAN MCLELLAN 164.93 /MERRITT-ROBBINS, INC. 6,974.40 /MIDWAY MALL 39.04 /DAWN MITCHELL 30.00 /MMS 43.91 /MOORE MEDICAL CORP. 172.80 /DONA RAE MORSS 108.00 /MORCON INDUSTRIAL SPECIALTY 513.75 /JIM MURPHY 53.40 / MYERS TIRE SUPPLY COMPANY 110.40 /NATIONAL COLLEGE OF DISTRICT 550.00 /GARY O. NEELY 21.00 /KATE NEELY 120.25 /NELSON ENGINEERING, INC. 27,790.84 /JACLYN NELSON 33.90 /STEPHEN NELSON 52.75 /NEW FRONTIER HOTEL & STORE 123.58 /NATIONAL FLUID SAFETY 278.50 /CHRISTIANE NICHOLS 118.50 /ERIC NIELSEN, D.S.W. 225.00 /OFFICE OUTLET 685.23 /BRANDON OVERDORFF 19.30 /PACIFIC POWER & LIGHT CO. 3,691.33 /BARBARA J. PAPE 148.68 /PAMELA PECK 108.00 /PERFORMANCE TECH, LLC 225.00 /STEPHANIE PFISTERER 147.68 /SUSAN A. PFLUGHOFT 30.00 /PINEDALE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION 2,853.72 /KAY LYNN PICERNO 6.45 /PINEDALE AUTO SUPPLY 875.37 /PINEDALE GLASS INC. 1,711.93 /PINEDALE ROUNDUP 104.00 /PINEDALE SINCLAIR 43.38 /PINEDALE TRUE VALUE 224.29 /PINEDALE PRESCHOOL 15,000.00 /PITNEY BOWES 333.90 / PLAINSMAN PRINTING & SUPPLY 8,997.79 /U.S. POSTMASTER 221.69 /PUBLIC SAFETY WAREHOUSE 2,501.35 /QUILL CORPORATION 919.09 /TERRY QUINN 268.10 /R & E COMPUTER SERVICE 3,087.00 /KIRSTEN REINHARDT 101.00 /RURAL HEALTH CARE DISTRICT 1,815.68 /RIO VERDE ENGINEERING 10,862.70 /RIVER PALMS RESORT/CASINO 244.16 /ROCKHURST UNIVERSITY 202.95 /HANK RULAND 105.72 /JUST US TWO INC 58.39 /TRISH RUSSELL 159.99 /SARGENT INC. 3,772.00 /JENESS SAXTON 35.00 /SCOTT MACHINERY COMPANY 7,230.70 /SECRETARY OF STATE 35.00 /SHADOW MOUNTAIN WATER OF WY 343.00 /DENNIS KAYLE SHELDON 30.00 /SIRCHIE FINGER PRINT LABS 90.34 / DOUGLAS H SLAVEN 44.95 /MARY SOUR 120.25 /SPECTRUM ENGINEERS 2,003.00 /MARY SPENCE 49.50 /SQUAD ROOM EMBLEMS 90.81 /BEVERLY STEVIE 43.00 /NANCY STOTT 118.50 /STOCKMAN'S RESTAURANT 462.00 /ROB STONE 52.75 /JACQUE MORAN STRIKE 44.30 /SUBLETTE EXAMINER 192.00 /SUBLETTE ELECTRIC 1,707.62 /ELIZABETH SULLIVAN 160.93 /SURVEYOR SCHERBEL, LTD. 3,285.06 /SUTTON AG ENTERPRISES 144.23 /TARRANT COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 14.00 /KAREN TAYLOR 234.40 /TEXACO/SHELL 89.88 /THE TIRE DEN, INC. 423.36 /TOWN OF MARBLETON 38.78 /UNITED RENTALS HIGHWAY 992.95 /UNION TELEPHONE 355.73 /DEBBIE VICKREY 21.00 /JANE WARINNER 118.50 /WESTERN VETERINARY SERVICE 289.98 /KAREN WICKWIRE 53.40 /WILLIAMS AUTOMOTIVE INC. 618.45 /SKYLAR WILSON 1,559.00 /WINDSHIELD DOCTOR 50.00 /MARY WOLFORD 30.00 /MARK D. WOODARD, MD 950.00 /WIND RIVER PIZZERIA 62.85 /WYOMING DARE OFFICERS ASSOC 100.00 /WYOMING MACHINERY COMPANY 1,196.45 /WYOMING.COM 26.95 /XEROX CORPORATION 77.27 /ZEP MANUFACTURING CO. 180.29 /DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT 9,902.62
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 4:30 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 Sept. 2, 0204.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
PURSUANT TO W.S. 15-1-112 (B) FOR SALE OF TOWN PROPERTY
WITHOUT BID PROCESS
Notice is hereby given that on the 27th day of September, 2004, at 7 p.m., the Town of Pinedale, Sublette County, Wyoming will hold a public hearing at the Pinedale Town Hall pursuant to W.S. 15-1-112 (b) to consider the sale of a portion of the Town of Pinedale's storage water rights (4,800 acre feet under State Engineer Office Permit No. 4452 Res.) stored Fremont Lake to the State of Wyoming - Wyoming Water Development Commission without bid. The appraised value of said storage water rights is $10. The terms of the proposed contract with the State of Wyoming - Wyoming Water Development Commission - is for a payment of $10 by the State of Wyoming - Wyoming Water Development Commission and the granting of a right to re-purchase said storage water rights at the same price at any time during the 30 years from the date of the contract. This re-purchase right being at the election of the Town of Pinedale. The re-purchase right may be extended for an additional 30 years. Any person wishing to make comments in regard to said matter can be heard at said time at the Town Hall, 210 West Pine Street, Pinedale Wyoming.
Published in the Sublette Examiner Sept. 2, 9 and 16, 2004.
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