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IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN AND FOR SUBLETTE COUNTY, STATE OF WYOMING
In the matter of the )
estate of )
John Henry Henriksen )
Probate No. 1918
Order for hearing
This matter is before the court on the petition of John Brent Henriksen for Ancillary Probate of Estate of Non-Resident, seeking to have probate proceedings conducted in the Third Judicial District Court of Salt Lake County, State of Utah, in the estate of the above-referenced decedent, admitted as a probate of the said estate in this court. Based thereon, the court hereby orders that the above matter shall be set for hearing and notice.
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that the petition shall be heard before the court at 10 a.m., on the 8th day of October, 2004, at the Sublette County Courthouse, Pinedale, Wyoming.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that petitioner shall cause notice of hearing to be published in the Sublette Examiner once each week for three consecutive weeks, beginning Sept. 23, 2004.
DATED this 8th day of September, 2004.
BY THE COURT:
/s/ Nancy Guthrie, District Judge
Published in the Sublette Examiner Sept. 23 and 30 and Oct. 7, 2004.
NOTICE OF FINAL
PAYMENT TO CONTRACTOR
Notice is hereby given that Sublette County, Wyoming, has accepted work as completed according to the plans and specifications set forth in the agreement between Sublette County and Teletractors, Incorporated, pursuant to the project manual for Senior Citizen Center Dirtwork, and that Teletractors, Incorporated, is entitled to final settlement therefore. On November 10, 2004, being the forty-first day after the first publication of this notice, Sublette County will pay Teletractors, Incorporated, all amounts and balance due under said agreement.
Dated this 24th day of September, 2004.
P.O. Box 250
Pinedale, WY 82941
Published in the Sublette Examiner Sept. 30, Oct.7 and 14, 2004.
The Town of Pinedale is soliciting bids for landscaping (leveling), sod, installation of a sprinkler system and concrete sidewalks/borders.
Interested bidders must attend a pre-bid walk-through on Oct. 11, 2004, at 10 a.m. in Boyd Skinner Memorial Park.
For more information call Pinedale Town Hall at 307-367-4136.
Published in the Sublette Examiner Sept, 30 and Oct. 7, 2004.
ORDINANCE NO. 366
AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF PINEDALE, WYOMING AMENDING CHAPTER 16.28, SECTION 16.28.050, OF THE PINEDALE MUNICIPAL CODE BY REMOVING CUL-DE-SACS AS AN ALLOWED STREET OPTION.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT HEREBY ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF PINEDALE, WYOMING, THAT CHAPTER 16.28, SECTION 16.28.050, OF THE PINEDALE MUNICIPAL CODE IS HEREBY AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:
16.28.050 Dead-end Streets – Cul-de-sacs.
Permanent dead-end streets and/or cul-de-sac shall not be allowed in any new subdivision or amendment of an existing subdivision. Where a subdivision adjoins property not subdivided and new streets are carried to the boundaries of the subdivided tract, temporary dead-end streets may be allowed. If a dead-end street is of a temporary nature, a turnaround having an outside roadway diameter of at least one hundred feet, and a street property line diameter of at least one hundred twenty-five feet shall be provided until the street is extended in the future into the adjoining unsubdivided property. Provision shall be made for future extension of the subject street into the adjoining unsubdivided property when the same shall be subdivided.
This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after passage on three readings and publication according to law.
PASSED ON THE FIRST READING ON SEPTEMBER 13, 2004.
PASSED ON SECOND READING ON SEPTEMBER 27, 2004.
PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED ON THE THIRD READING ON _____, 2004.
TOWN OF PINEDALE
Published in the Sublette Examiner Oct. 7, 2004.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RESTAURANT LIQUOR LICENSE
Notice is hereby given that on the 30th day of Sept. 2004, VMD, LLC dba Stage Stop filed an application for a new restaurant liquor license in the Office of the Clerk of the Town of Pinedale, Pinedale, Wyoming, for the following description: 44 West Pine Street, Pinedale, Wyoming, and protests, if any there be, against the license, will be heard at the hour of 7 p.m., Monday, Nov. 8, 2004, at the Town Hall, 210 West Pine Street, Pinedale, Wyoming.
Published in the Sublette Examiner Oct. 7, 14, 21 and 28, 2004.
Sublette County Rural Health Care District
September 13, 2004 – 7:30 p.m.
Marbleton Fire Hall
Bill Barney, vice president, chaired this meeting held in the Marbleton Fire Hall, Marbleton, Wyo. Jerry Jensen, secretary/treasurer, Mary Lynn Worl, trustee, and Garry Eiden, trustee, were in attendance. Walt Bousman, president, was absent. Jauna McGinnis, clerk, took the minutes.
Others in attendance:
Pinedale Clinic: Nora Farrand
Pinedale EMS: Wil Gay, Jeff Hatch, Stephen Wight
Big Piney EMS: Rich Anderson, Katie Krieger, Kenna Tanner
Press Reps: Bill Boender, Sublette Examiner, Jeannette Blosel, Pinedale Roundup
Others: Chris Darst (Access Air), Bill Schertz, Robin and Ola Miley
CALL TO ORDER
Bill Barney called the meeting to order at 7:33 p.m. and set the agenda. Jerry Jensen motioned to accept the agenda. Motion seconded by Mary Lynn Worl and carried unanimously.
Jerry Jensen motioned to accept the Aug. 9 regular and Aug. 19 teleconference meeting minutes as presented. Motion seconded by Mary Lynn Worl and carried unanimously.
After reviewing the physician checks, Jerry Jensen motioned to approve the physicians’ checks. Motion seconded by Garry Eiden and carried unanimously.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
The board discussed waiting until all members are present before electing officers. Jerry Jensen motioned to table the election of officers. Motion seconded by Mary Lynn Worl and carried unanimously.
Chris Darst of Access Air addressed the board regarding the lifeflight helicopter. After a lengthy discussion, the board discussed officially endorsing the support of the service only, not running the business. Bill Barney stated he liked the idea if it was run as an entrepreneurial business with contractual obligations from the facilities to use it preferentially. Garry Eiden motioned to have a meeting for the helicopter program with the oil companies, clinics and EMS. Motion seconded by Jerry Jensen and carried unanimously.
Robin Miley presented information regarding a heliport layout. Jauna McGinnis is to distribute copies to the board members.
Katie Krieger reported the waiting room carpet of the Marbleton clinic needs to be cleaned. Mary Lynn Worl reiterated this was a request that was denied in the budget meeting and is viewed as a janitorial service to be taken care of by the clinics. After discussion, Jerry Jensen motioned to table. Motion seconded by Garry Eiden and carried with the vote being Jerry Jensen and Garry Eiden in favor, Mary Lynn Worl opposed.
Wil Gay reported the contractors are booked up. The board needs to know what should be done (i.e., patch, remove and replace). Wil Gay was instructed to pursue the issue.
The temporary position for the months between Memorial Day and Labor Day was reviewed. Jerry Jensen motioned to keep the position open and review it at the December meeting. Motion seconded by Mary Lynn Worl and carried unanimously.
The board discussed changing the temporary position from five days a week to four days a week. Wil Gay said the day off would coincide with a day that a third slot was filled to ensure the availability of three people. Jerry Jensen motioned to change the temporary position schedule to the policy schedule. Motion seconded by Garry Eiden and carried unanimously.
Wil Gay discussed changing the schedule policy. Wil Gay requested to include the lunch hour as a work hour and any hours worked beyond the daytime hours to be compensated. The board would like to address the entire policy at a special meeting. Jerry Jensen motioned to include the lunch hour as a working hour. Motion seconded by Mary Lynn Worl and carried unanimously. Jauna McGinnis is to set up a special meeting for policies.
The light bar for MS15 is totally ineffective in the daylight, causing safety concerns. Wil Gay obtained estimates for LED $2,100 and halogen $1,300 plus shipping. He was directed to find out what the fire department uses.
MS256 repair has not been completed. The striping has not been done. Jauna McGinnis is to hold the check until the striping is completed. Wil Gay requested to put the wrap-arounds on the grill guard. Jerry Jensen motioned to approve up to $500 for the grill guard. Motion seconded by Mary Lynn Worl and carried unanimously.
Wil Gay suggested the board may want to consider separating out the supervisor position as an administrative position if the call volume continues.
Wil Gay requested to attend a supervisor-training seminar. Garry Eiden motioned for Wil Gay and Rich Anderson to attend the seminar. Motion seconded by Jerry Jensen and carried unanimously.
Rich Anderson requested Katie Krieger’s pay be raised one level to be in line with her actual time. The clerk did not have any proof except the application information. Rich Anderson is to get proof from the state. When the information is supplied, a clerical adjustment will be made.
Rich Anderson requested a cot be replaced due to mechanical failures. The amount is approximately $3,800. Jerry Jensen motioned to replace the cot. Motion seconded by Garry Eiden and carried unanimously.
GENERAL BUSINESS CONTINUED
CPR – The board discussed paying the EMTs to teach CPR or let them privately teach. A question of legality was raised at the last meeting with the BEC class being taught. Jerry Jensen motioned to allow the EMTs to be private contractors and the district will furnish equipment and facility with the approval of the services. Motion seconded by Garry Eiden and carried unanimously.
Wil Gay requested to purchase the district’s supply of CPR manuals until depleted. The EMS services will be responsible to purchase their own CPR supplies.
TRANSPORTS – Jerry Jensen motioned to table this to the policy meeting. Motion seconded by Mary Lynn Worl and carried unanimously.
ANNUAL REVIEWS – The board discussed possible times to conduct annual reviews. Jerry Jensen motioned to table this to the policy meeting Motion seconded by Mary Lynn Worl and carried unanimously.
The board retired into executive session to discuss land acquisition issues at 9:39 p.m.
Bill Barney brought the meeting back to order at 10:12 p.m. with no action taken.
Bill Schertz, a community member, addressed the board regarding his point of view for the mechanical system, flooring and windows of the proposed clinic buildings. The board requested the information to be submitted to the architects for review.
ADMINISTRATOR JOB DESCRIPTION
Mary Lynn Worl commented that the committee used the study and recommendations from the administrator committee, plus information on how to assemble a job description. The term “administrator” was replaced with “director.” It was noted once this individual is hired, the job description will be reviewed, updated and modified as the job evolves.
The second bullet under the heading “additional responsibilities” was discussed and changed to read “attends EMS meetings at least quarterly or as necessary.”
The first line under the heading “education and experience” was discussed and changed to “A bachelor’s degree with work experience in a business or medical administration field is required. A master’s degree is desired.
Mary Lynn Worl then described how this process will proceed from this point. Changes will be made to the job description, decide where and how to advertise and decide the salary range.
Mary Lynn Worl motioned to proceed in hiring a director for the Sublette County Rural Health Care District. Motion seconded by Jerry Jensen and carried with the vote being Mary Lynn Worl and Jerry Jensen in favor, and Garry Eiden opposed. Mary Lynn Worl will send out a compilation of the changed job description, potential places and cost to advertise, and salary ranges to the board for the next meeting.
GE JOHNSON CONTRACT
The board discussed the responsibilities of the contractor. Bill Barney signed the contracts.
The following items were tabled: Funds transfer, additional holiday, community donations and part-time secretary.
Jauna McGinnis reported the Sublette County Commissioners prioritized the district grant requests with the ambulance as second and the buildings as third. The decision should be known by the first of March 2005.
Jauna McGinnis reported that an employee, Kenna Tanner, is a participant in a tax-sheltered annuity and has requested the district withhold an amount from her payroll check. Jauna McGinnis discussed it with the lawyer who advised against this practice as it could open it up to many other kinds of deductions, thus increasing the work load and responsibility of submitting the payments. The board tabled this item to obtain further information. Jerry Jensen motioned to table. Motion seconded by Mary Lynn Worl and carried unanimously.
SOIL TEST CONTRACT
A soil test needs to be conducted for the Pinedale Clinic. Mary Lynn Worl motioned to approve the agreement for the soil test. Motion seconded by Jerry Jensen and carried with the vote being Mary Lynn Worl and Jerry Jensen in favor, and Garry Eiden opposing.
Mary Lynn Worl motioned to sign the acknowledgement form. Motion seconded by Jerry Jensen and carried unanimously.
The next design meeting for the Pinedale Clinic will be Sept. 20. The policy is the design meetings with the architects will be closed meetings. A meeting will be open to the public on the 20th to discuss the mechanical systems of the buildings.
Jerry Jensen reviewed the check registers for accountability of checks. No discrepancies were noted. Jerry Jensen motioned to pay the bills as presented. Motion seconded by Mary Lynn Worl and carried unanimously authorizing vouchers for payroll and vendors numbered 4061 through 4157, DD4257-10 through DD4257-31, DD4272-1 through DD4272-6, EFT4258-137 and EFT4273-1, totaling $193,096.83.
Without any further business, Jerry Jensen motioned to adjourn the meeting. Motion seconded by Mary Lynn Worl and carried unanimously. Meeting adjourned 11:35 p.m.
Published in the Sublette Examiner Oct. 7, 2004.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE
Notice is hereby given that on the 30th day of September, 2004, Carol Copeland applied for an application for a retail liquor license in the office of the clerk of the Town of Big Piney, Wyoming for the following described place and premises, to wit: Metal building located on lot 9, Block 3, of the original Townsite of the Town of Big Piney, Wyoming and protests, if any, against the issuance of this license will be heard November 2, 2004, at 7 p.m. at the town hall in the council chambers in Big Piney, Wyoming.
Vickie Brown, Clerk
Published in the Sublette Examiner October 7, 14, 21, 28, 2004.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE
Notice is hereby given on the 30th day of Sept., 2004, John Copeland applied for an application for a retail liquor license in the office of the clerk of the Town of Big Piney, Wyoming for the following described place and premises, to wit: Concrete block building located on lots 7 and 8 of block 3 of the original Townsite of Big Piney, Wyoming, and protests, if any, against the issuance of this license will be heard Nov. 2, 2004, at 7 p.m. at the town hall in the council chambers in Big Piney, Wyoming.
/s/ Vickie Brown
Published in the Sublette Examiner Oct. 7, 14, 21 and 28, 2004.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Zone change request by Jack and Cecilia Richardson to re-zone 61.8 acres, more or less, from A-1 (agriculture) to R-R (Rural Residential). The property is located in Section 11, T33N, R109W, Sublette County, and is Lot No. 7 of the Old Brazzill Ranch Large Tract Development.
The purpose of the rezone is to change existing Large Tract Lot No. 7 into 11 R-R lots.
Published in the Sublette Examiner Oct. 7, 14 and 21, 2004.
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