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Sublette Examiner
Volume 5, Number 23 - September 1, 2005
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Public Notices

STATE OF WYOMING )
) ss.
COUNTY OF SUBLETTE )
NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
CIVIL ACTION NO. 2005 6743
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF )
PINEDALE, a National Banking )
Organization, )
Plaintiff, )
vs. )
BRANDI CATON and )
LARRY L. ALLEN )
Defendants. )
LEGAL NOTICE
TO: BRANDI CATON,
Last Known Address
P.O. Box 1197, Pinedale, Wyo., 82941
TAKE NOTICE that the FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PINEDALE, a National Banking Organization, has filed a complaint against you in the above captioned matter in the District Court, Ninth Judicial District, Sublette County, Wyo., naming you as defendant. This complaint alleges that you have defaulted under the terms of a certain promissory note executed by you and delivered and payable to the plaintiff on June 11, 2000 in the original face amount of $10,000.
The complaint asks for judgment in the outstanding amount of said note, $7,395.59, plus accrued interest of $3,664.04 as of July 15, 2005, continuing accruing interest after July 15, 2005, reasonable attorney's fees, late charges and costs of suit.
You are notified that you are required to answer plaintiff's complaint on or before October 3, 2005, 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
Published in the Sublette Examiner Aug. 11, 18, 25 and Sept. 1, 2005.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Pinedale Airport Board invites all interested parties to review the draft environmental assessment for the proposed runway extension to Pinedale Airport-Ralph Wenz Field. Pursuant to Section 509 (b)(6) of the 1982 Airport Act as amended, notice is hereby given that the Pinedale Airport Board intends to consider further development of the Pinedale Airport-Ralph Wenz Field. Proposed development includes extension of the runway. An environmental assessment (EA) of the economic, social and environmental impacts to the Town of Pinedale, the Pinedale Airport-Ralph Wenz Field, and surrounding areas of Sublette County, has been prepared. Copies of the environmental assessment are available until Sept. 26, 2005, for public examination at the Pinedale Town Hall, Sublette County Courthouse and the Sublette County Library.
A public hearing on the environmental assessment will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2005, at 7 p.m. at the Rendezvous Pointe, 425 East Magnolia, Pinedale, Wyo., and all interested parties are invited to attend. Written comments concerning the environmental assessment should be addressed to the Pinedale Airport Board, c/o James Gores and Associates, 450 South Federal Blvd. Suite C, Riverton, Wyo., 82501. Written comments will be accepted until 5 p.m., Sept. 26, 2005.
Published in the Sublette Examiner Aug. 25 and Sept. 1, 2005.


STATE OF WYOMING )
COUNTY OF SUBLETTE ) ss.
TOWN OF PINEDALE )
The Town Council of the Town of Pinedale met in regular session, Monday, July 25, 2005, at 6:30 p.m, in the town hall. Those present: Barbara Boyce, Nylla Kunard, Miriam Carlson and Gary Heuck. Not present: Rose Skinner. Also present: Joseph W. Manatos and Robert E. Johnson, representing JFC Engineering; Dave Reed, representing Reed's Ready-Mix; Aaron Seehafer and Mark Eatinger, representing Rio Verde Engineering; Conley E. Geary; Bill Mecham, representing Mecham & Mecham, Inc.; Laurie Latta, mayor's assistant; Ron Brown and Randy Hubbard, representing the public works department; Emily King, representing the Pinedale Roundup; and Isabel Rucker, representing the Sublette Examiner.
Barbara Boyce, mayor pro-tem, brought the meeting to order. Motion by Carlson to approve the minutes of the May 27 and June 11 meetings as written. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Aaron Seehafer, representing Rio Verde Engineering, presented the bid for the Sublette Avenue Valley Pan Project: Wilson Brothers Construction, $431,672. David Reed, representing Reed's Ready-Mix, discussed the ongoing concrete shortage. Seehafer discussed the town would be unable to get the total amount of concrete needed for the valley pan project, Seehafer added the streets cannot be paved until the concrete valley pans are built, the contractor hopes to have B street paved but North Sublette Avenue would most likely remain dirt throughout the winter season until more concrete is available in the spring. Seehafer recommended accepting the Wilson Brothers bid even though they would not be able to do most of the work until spring. After discussion, motion by Carlson to award the bid of the Sublette Avenue Valley Pan Project bid to Wilson Brothers Construction in the amount of $431,672 and have the mayor pro-temp sign all the pursuant papers to the project. Motion seconded. Carlson voted aye, Kunard voted aye, Boyce voted aye and Heuck voted nay. Motion carried.
Conley E. Geary, a concerned citizen, discussed fencing utility easements, he added his concerns with his neighbor in the rear fencing her yard and half of his utility easement. Laurie Latta, mayor's assistant, asked him to attend the next Town of Pinedale Planning and Zoning Board meeting on Aug. 1 and that concern would be discussed.
Bob Johnson and Joseph W. Manatos, representing JFC Engineering, and Ed Wood, town attorney, were present to discuss the status of the new town shop. Motion by Carlson to go into executive session to discuss pending litigation. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously. Motion by Heuck to return to regular session. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously. Ed Wood, town attorney, suggested the town contact the bonding company and tell them the town is considering terminating the contract with KM Construction for reasons that the concrete slab has not been replaced, work has not proceeded, work has been stopped and not properly manned and the contract terms continued with change orders ended today, obviously way past schedule. Motion by Heuck to authorize Ed Wood, town attorney, to contact KM Construction's bonding company on behalf of the Town of Pinedale to let them know the town is considering termination of the contract due to the concrete slab, the lack of men on the job and the contract term has expired as of July 25. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously. After discussion, motion by Kunard to hold the two change order requests until the bonding company has been notified. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Ed Wood, town attorney, reported he had researched the planning and zoning question from the last meeting concerning who has final say on variance approvals. Wood reported variances are recommended by the planning and zoning board but the town council has the final decision.
Laurie Latta, mayor's assistant, reported her monthly activities.
Miriam Carlson, council member and concerned citizen, presented a petition from Franklin Avenue residents to place stop signs on the corners of Franklin Avenue and Hennick Street. After lengthy discussion, the majority of the council agreed they were opposed to installing stop signs but discussed construction of valley pans at the intersection. Kunard discussed putting weight limits on residential streets. No action taken.
Randy Hubbard, representing the public works department, gave an update on the Sewer Lagoon Rehabilitation Project. Hubbard presented exhibit A to the scope of services an attachment to agreement between the Town of Pinedale and Stantec, Inc., for an increase to the contract for additional services. After discussion, motion by Kunard to approve the additional $23,000 and allow the mayor pro-tem to sign the documents with Stantec for the attachment to agreement for the scope of services. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
The following bills were presented for payment:
Binning Custom Products, Inc. 39,888.00; CenturyTel 503.70; Dave's Electronics 120.00; Eiden's Construction 250.00; Wayne Fornstrom 825.00; HACH 415.71; Kansas State University 25.00; NFPA 135.00; Nutech Specialties 119.35; Pacific Power 222.13; Petty Cash/Patty Racich 22.41; Plainsman 75.90; Rockhurst University 495.00; Rocky Mt Turf & Industrial Equipment 19.76; Stantec Consulting, Inc. 11,405.00; Sublette County Public Health 60.00; Union Telephone 100.70; Utilities Supply 47.20; WY Retirement System 1,425.00;wyoming.com, LLC 39.90; Zee Medical Service 26.40; Ron Brown 3,000; Ron Hanson 3,000; Randy Hubbard 3,000; Patty Racich 3,000; Betty Hunt 1,000; Julie Early 3,000; Ruth Neely 1,000; Jeffrey Maxam 1,000.
Motion by Heuck to approve the bills as presented with the addition of the employee bonuses. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Heuck to adjourn. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Meeting adjourned at 8:10 p.m.
ATTEST:
MAYOR PRO-TEMP
CLERK/TREASURER
Published in the Sublette Examiner Sept. 1, 2005.


STATE OF WYOMING )
COUNTY OF SUBLETTE ) ss.
TOWN OF PINEDALE )
The town council of the Town of Pinedale met in regular session, Monday, Aug. 8, 2005, at 6:30 p.m., in the town hall. Those present: Barbara Boyce, Nylla Kunard, Miriam Carlson and Gary Heuck. Not present: Rose Skinner. Also present: Bill Lane, representing Stantec; Sarah Carrigg, representing Carrigg Construction, Inc.; Mark Eatinger, representing Rio Verde Engineering; Chad Espenscheid, Mike Irwin and Jeff Lokey, representing Visa Properties; Lil Penton, representing the Pinedale Airport Board; Laurie Latta, mayor's assistant; Hayes Randol, representing the Sublette County Sheriff's Office; Julie Early, animal control officer; Ed Wood, town attorney; Ron Brown and Randy Hubbard, representing the public works department; Andrew Slaton, representing the Pinedale Roundup; and Isabel Rucker, representing the Sublette Examiner.
The meeting was brought to order by Barbara Boyce, mayor pro-tem.
Julie Early, animal control officer, reported the monthly activities of the animal control department.
Ron Brown, public works director, reported the monthly activities of the public works department. Brown reported the bid to enclose the ditch at the lower Boyd Skinner Park on South Tyler Avenue would be $20,000 and seed and mulch would be $4,000. After discussion, motion by Kunard to accept the bid to enclose the ditch in the lower park for $20,000 and $4,000 to seed and mulch. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously. After discussion, motion by Kunard to approve valley pans at North Ashley Avenue in the amount of $15,400, South Ashley Avenue in the amount of $15,400 and North Jackson Avenue in the amount of $8,640. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Brown discussed the proposed valley pan on North Franklin Avenue to slow traffic would not work because it would create a drainage problem. Motion by Carlson to place stop signs at the corner of North Franklin Avenue and Hennick Street. Motion died for a lack of a second.
Hayes Randol, representing the Sublette County Sheriff's Office, reported the monthly activities of the sheriff's office.
Laurie Latta, mayor's assistant, reported her monthly activities. The council was agreeable to have Latta serve on WAM"s Energy, Environment and Natural Resources Committee.
Motion by Carlson to appoint Gary Heuck to the joint powers board for the aquatics center for the Town of Pinedale's representative. Motion seconded. Carlson voted aye, Kunard voted aye, Boyce voted aye and Heuck abstained. Motion carried.
Latta reported on the Mill Street survey, 211 voted yes for Mill Street to be vacated for a public parking lot and 108 voted no for Mill Street to be vacated for a public parking lot. No action taken.
Laurie Latta, representing the Pinedale Planning and Zoning Board, presented James McFarlane's request for a variance to operate Four Winds Dental, a dental business temporarily located on a residential lot, lot 9, Favazzo West. Latta reported the board had recommended the variance for a nine-month period if the sewer and water hook-up fees were paid within a month's time. Mark Eatinger, representing Rio Verde Engineering, reported he represented Joe Favazzo, and he would contact Mr. Favazzo regarding the hook-up fees. After discussion, motion by Carlson to approve a variance request for Mr. McFarlane's Four Winds Dental for a nine-month period under the condition the payment of the hook-up fees are paid, if the fees are not paid by Sept. 1, 2005, the variance will be rescinded. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Sarah Carrigg, representing Carrigg Construction, Inc., presented variance requests for lot 16 of the amended E 1/2 block eight, Jones Addition, width of lots 20 and 21 for townhouses from 28' to 20'2" and square footage of lots 20 and 21 for townhouses from 2,400' to 1,714'. Latta, representing the Pinedale Planning and Zoning Board, reported the board moved to grant the variances with the condition that the multi-family housing be developed as townhouses. After lengthy discussion, motion by Carlson to grant the variance for lot 16 of the amended E 1/2 block eight, Jones Addition, for width of lots 20 and 21 for townhouses from 28' to 20'2'. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously. Motion by Heuck to grant the variance for the square footage of lots 20 and 21 for town houses from 2,400' to 1,714'. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously. Motion by Carlson to approve the preliminary and final plat of amended E. 1/2 of block eight, Jones Addition and the creation of lots 19 through 22 and authorize the mayor and clerk to sign the final plat. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Carlson to go into executive session to discuss pending litigation Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Kunard to return to regular session. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Randy Hubbard, representing the public works department, and Bill Lane, representing Stantec, gave an update on the Sewer Lagoon Rehabilitation Project.
Mark Eatinger, representing the Sublette Avenue Sewer and Water Rehabilitation Project, gave an update on the project. After discussion motion by Kunard to have Rio Verde Engineering pursue the change of the 4" cast iron waterline in B Street as a change order for the next meeting. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Mike Irwin and Jeff Lokey, representing Vista Properties, LLC. , presented a proposal providing legal easement to the Town of Pinedale in exchange for the town paying for the completion of that section of Wilson Street. The council agreed to have Ed Wood, town attorney, negotiate with Vista Properties, LLC.
Lil Penton, representing the Pinedale Airport Board, gave an update on airport projects. After discussion, motion by Heuck to allow the airport board to hire an airport manager as previously discussed. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously. Motion by Carlson to consent to leasing the home on parcel 25 to the new airport manager in the amount of $1,000 a month, reserving a portion of the home for use as an office for Pinedale Airport Board/Airport Manager. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously Motion by Carlson to have Penton arrange for cleaning of the house and find out the cost of replacing of the carpet. Motion seconded. Kunard voted aye, Carlson voted aye, Boyce voted aye and Heuck abstained. Motion carried. Motion by Heuck to approve the cost of mobilizing the airport manger to purchase a laptop computer plus software, contract for a cell phone for use as airport manager and e-mail account. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Heuck to approve Ordinance 375, an ordinance of the Town of Pinedale, Wyo., amending chapter 2.08, section 2.08.010, of the Pinedale Municipal Code by modifying the time of the regular scheduled meeting of the town council, on the first reading. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Patty Racich, town clerk/ treasurer, presented Jill Hermstad's resignation from the Sublette Citizens for Recycling Board. Motion by Kunard to accept Jill Hermstad's resignation from the Sublette Citizens for Recycling Board and advertise for a new board member. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Carlson to approve the contract of labor with the Sublette Citizens for Recycling. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Kunard to approve the contract for services with the Greater Wyoming Big Brothers Big Sisters Sublette County Branch. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Carlson approve Stockman's application for a twenty-four-hour catering/malt beverage permit for Aug. 10 at Rendevous Pointe. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
The following bills were presented for payment:
A to Z Copier Service 8,328.00; A to Z Hardware 233.62; American Linen 68.00; Animal Care Equipment 361.96; Aramark 921.41; Association of Idaho Cities 170.00; Big J's Auto Parts 650.47; Bridger Mechanical 1,733.93; Bucky's Repair 423.99; Caselle, Inc. 1,361.00; Country Lane Groceries & Gas 359.10; Crank Companies, Inc. 90.00; Energy Laboratories 614.50; Faler's General Store 768.50; Gall's. Inc. 208.86; Green River Rendezvous Pageant 1,500.00; Hydro Construction 207,405.00; Lab Safety Supply 35.86; Bob Maxam 500.00; Alvin Mitchell 89.99; Office Outlet 832.25; Pacific Power 4,370.09; Pinedale Auto Supply 313.89; Pinedale Lumber 205.28; Pinedale Natural Gas 557.21; Pinedale Roundup 26.00; Pinedale True Value 71.00; Reed's Ready-Mix & Construction 145.00; Rio Verde Engineering 22,573.70; Rocky Mt Turf & Industrial Equipment 115.64; Scott Machinery 30.04; Mary Sour 80.00; Stantec Engineering 18,268.53; Sterling Communications 1,411.62; Sublette Citizens for Recycling 1,819.12; Sublette Examiner 253.75; Sweetwater County Health Services 880.00; University of CO at Boulder 200.00; WAM 20.00; Wilson Bros Construction 194,304.60; Wind River Web Services, LLC 25.00; Ralph Wood, Attorney 6,352.59; WY DEQ Administration 100.00; WY State Fire Marshal's Office 2,744.94; Wyoming Analytical 526.00; wyoming.com, LLC 79.95.
Motion by Carlson to pay the bills as presented. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Carlson to adjourn. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Meeting adjourned 8:30 p.m.
ATTEST:
MAYOR PRO-TEMP
CLERK/TREASURER
Published in the Sublette Examiner Sept. 1, 2005.


ORDINANCE NO. 375
AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF PINEDALE, WYOMING AMENDING CHAPTER 2.08, SECTION 2.08.010, OF THE PINEDALE MUNICIPAL CODE BY MODIFYING THE TIME OF THE REGULAR SCHEDULED MEETINGS OF THE TOWN COUNCIL.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT HERBY ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF PINEDALE, WYOMING, THAT CHAPTER 2.08, SECTION 2.08.020, OF THE PINEDALE MUNICIPAL CODE IS HEREBY AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:
2.08.020 Day and time of meetings: Holidays. Regular public meetings of the town council shall be held on the second Monday and fourth Monday of each month at the hour of 5:30 p.m., providing, however that if the meeting date shall be a legal holiday, the meeting shall be held on the next following Tuesday. Special meetings may be held from time to time in accordance with the law.
This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after passage on three readings and publication according to law.
PASSED ON FIRST READING ON August 8, 2005.
PASSED ON SECOND READING ON August 22, 2005.
PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED ON THIRD READING ON ________________________, 2005.
ATTEST:
TOWN OF PINEDALE, WYOMING:
BY:
MAYOR
TOWN CLERK
Published in the Sublette Examiner Sept. 1, 2005.


STATE OF WYOMING )
) ss.
COUNTY OF SUBLETTE )
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
CIVIL ACTION NO. 2005-6756
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF )
PINEDALE, a National Banking )
Organization, )
Plaintiff, )
)
vs. )
)
DOUGLAS F. STERCK, et. al. )
)
Defendants, )
LEGAL NOTICE
TO: DOUGLAS F. STERCK,
P.O. Box 2050, St. George, UT 84771
TAKE NOTICE that the FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PINEDALE, a national banking organization, has filed a complaint against you in the above captioned matter in the District Court, Ninth Judicial District, Sublette County, Wyoming, naming you as a defendant. This complaint alleges that you have defaulted under the terms of a certain promissory note executed by you and delivered and payable to the plaintiff, dated May 1, 2004, and in the original face amount of $232,657.10. The complaint asks for judgment in the face amount of said note, plus advances for insurance and taxes, plus accrued interest, reasonable attorney's fees, late charges, accruing taxes and insurance and costs of suit. The complaint further asks that the mortgage given to secure said promissory notes, recorded in the office of the Sublette County Clerk at Book 100 of Mortgages, Page 476, be foreclosed and a decree be made for the sale of the involved real property according to law, that the proceeds of said sale, after deducting for the cost of sale be applied in payment of the sums due plaintiff under the judgments requested in said complaint. The real property encumbered by said mortgages is described as:
Township 33 North, Range 109 West of the 6th P.M., Sublette County, Wyoming:
Sec. 6: SW1/2NE1/4
TOGETHER WITH all improvements and appurtenances thereunto appertaining,
EXCEPTING that parcel of land described in Warranty Deed to the County of Sublette as recorded in the office of the Clerk of Sublette County, Wyoming in Book 43 of Warranty Deeds, page 339.
TOGETHER WITH all improvements and appurtenances thereunto appertaining.
The complaint further requests a deficiency judgment against you for any amount remaining unpaid after the foreclosure sale of the concerned real property and for such further relief as the court may deem just and equitable.
You are notified that you are required to answer plaintiff's complaint on or before Oct. 25, 2005, 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
Published in the Sublette Examiner Sept. 1, 8, 15 and 22, 2005.


STATE OF WYOMING )
)SS
COUNTY OF SUBLETTE )
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
IN THE MATTER OF THE )
DETERMINATION OF HEIRSHIP )
OF )
HELEN H. HALL, DECEASED )
Probate No. 2005-1958
NOTICE OF HEARING
TO: All heirs of the estate of
Helen H. Hall, Deceased
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a hearing will be held on the 26th day of September, 2005, at 10 o'clock a.m., in the courtroom of the District Court, 21
South Tyler, Pinedale, Wyoming, for the purpose of determining who the heirs of Helen H. Hall, deceased, are who would have a right of descent to the real property interests belonging to Helen H. Hall, deceased, at the time of her death.
As stated more particularly in the complaint filed in this matter on August 26, 2005, Helen H. Hall, deceased, died on May 8, 1992, as seized of the property identified as:
Lot 13, Boulder Lake Country Estates, First filing, a townsite addition to Sublette County, Wyo., as depicted and described on the plat
Thereof which was recorded on July 10, 1972 in the office of the County Clerk of Sublette County, Wyoming
At the time of her death, Helen H. Hall was a resident of Bannock County, Idaho.
You are invited to attend in person and/or be represented by council at the time of hearing. If there are no objections to the complaint, the authority requested by the plaintiffs may be granted by the court without further proceedings.
Dated this 26th day of August, 2005.
/s/ Sara E. Van Genderen
Mullikin, Larson & Swift, LLC
P.O. Box 4099
Jackson, Wyo., 83001
307- 733-3923
Attorneys for Plaintiffs
Published in the Sublette Examiner Sept. 1, 8, 15 and 22, 2005.


The State of Wyoming )
)ss
County of Sublette )
In The District Court
NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
DOUBLE J RANCH, LLC, a Delaware )
Limited Liability Company ) )
Plaintiff, )
vs. )
NORMAN HARROWER, )
SOPHRONI OVIEDO, JULIENNE H. )
MANNING, JASON CHAUSSEE, )
LILLIAN HARROWER, TOM )
HARROWER, RUTH ARNOLD, )
JEAN ROTH, JAMES KING, )
HARROWER, JR., ROBERT A. )
HARROWER, and John and Jane )
Doe's 1-10 )
Defendants. )
NOTICE OF HEARING
Civil Action No. 6579
TO: All heirs of the estate of
Marie L. Meyer, Deceased
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a hearing will be held on the 26th day of September, 2005, at 10 o'clock a.m., in the courtroom of the District Court, 21 South Tyler, Pinedale, Wyo., for the purpose of determining who the heirs of Marie L. Meyer, deceased, are who would have a right of descent to the real property interests belonging to Marie L. Meyer, deceased, at the time of her death.
As stated more particularly in the complaint filed in this matter on May 5, 2004, Marie L. Meyer, deceased, died intestate on May 24, 1981, as seized of the property identified as:
Township 34 North, Range 112 West, 6th p.m., Sublette County, Wyoming
Section 7: SE1/4SE1/4
Section 8: E1/2SW1/4, SW1/4SW1/4
Section 10: SW1/4, S1/2SE1/4
Section 13: That part of the W1/2SE1/4 lying and being situate westerly of the Wyoming State Secondary Highway No. 1805 also known as Highway 354
Section 13: W1/2SE1/4, less a four (4) acre tract described in that certain Warranty Deed recorded in Book 14 of Deeds, at page 43 of the county records for Sublette County Wyoming
Section 14: SE1/4 (surface and minerals), S1/2N1/2,
Section 15: E1/2NE1/4,W1/2NW1/4, SW1/4, SE1/4
Section 17: All
Section 22: E1/2NE1/4, NW1/4NE1/4, NE1/4NW1/4
Section 23: E1/2E1/2 (surface minerals), NW1/4, W1/2NE1/4
Section 24: N1/2, N1/2SE1/4, E1/2SW1/4
Section 26: NE1/4NE1/4
At the time of her death, Marie L. Meyer was a resident of Sublette County, Wyoming.
You are invited to attend in person and/or be represented by council at the time of hearing. If there are no objections to the complaint, the authority requested by the plaintiffs may be granted by the court without further proceedings.
Dated this 26th day of August, 2005
/s/ Matthew E. Turner
MULLIKIN, LARSON & SWIFT, LLC
P.O. Box 4099
Jackson, Wyo., 83001
307-733-3923
Attorneys for Plaintiffs
Published in the Sublette Examiner Sept. 1, 8, 15 and 22, 2005.

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