Volume 4, Number 26 - September 23, 2004
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Chamber looks for home
Sublette County Chamber of Commerce representatives Kathy Sechrist and Cyd Goodrich spoke to Sublette County Commissioners Thursday about the need for a new location for a new chamber hut/visitor center in Pinedale.
Finding a suitable location on or near Pine Street has been a problem, the duo explained, walking the commission through a list of properties they have inquired about. Commissioner Bill Cramer noted that he serves as Nick Stadler's power of attorney and suggested Stadler's property at the eastern edge of Pinedale would be a prime location. Cramer said he does not feel that he has a conflict of interest and suggested that chamber officials speak with him about the property outside of the meeting, to which they agreed.
Farm Bureau issues
The Sublette County Farm Bureau will hold a special resolutions meeting in the Farm Bureau Insurance office in Pinedale on Wednesday, Sept. 29, at 6 p.m. The purpose of the meeting will be to propose and debate policy the county chapter would like to have enacted. Successful resolutions will then proceed for deliberation at the district level, then on to state convention in November. All Sublette County ag producers are invited to this important meeting to help establish policy for one of Wyoming's largest agricultural organizations.
Selling water rights
The public is reminded that on Monday, Oct. 11, at 7:15 p.m., in the Pinedale Town Hall, the town council will hold a public hearing on the town's proposal to sell a portion of its storage water rights (4,800 acre feet) in Fremont Lake to the Wyoming Water Development Commission without bid. The town alleges the appraised value of the storage rights is $10.
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