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Sublette Examiner
Volume 5, Number 51 - March 16, 2006
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Public Notices

In The District Court of the Ninth Judicial District
Within and for Sublette County, Wyoming
In the Matter of the Estate )
Of John Ludvig Rebol, )
Deceased )
Probate No. 2006-1973
Application has been made to the Ninth Judicial DistrictCourt within and for Sublette County, Wyoming, by Deanna Jean Major and Carol May Tirre, co-trustees of the Rebol Family Trust dated the 17th day of February, 1982, as the legatees and devisees of the Rebol Family Trust dated the 17th day of February, 1982, for a decree conveying and distributing the following described real property, owned by the decedent at the time of his death, in the manner requested in the application filed herein:
One-third interest in lot fifty-nine (59) and forty-five(45) of Green River Ranch unit B, being a portion of sections two (2) and eleven (11), Township 35 North, Range 111 West, 6th Principal Meridian,Sublette County, Wyoming.
That the 17th day of March, 2006, at 9 o’clock a.m, and the courtroom of said Ninth Judicial District Court in Pinedale, Wyo., has been set as the time and place of hearing said application, when and where any person interested may appear and make such claim or objection as he/she might have.
DATED this 1st day of March, 2006
/s/ Norman Young
District Court Judge
Published in the Sublette Examiner March 9 and 16, 2006.

In the District Court in and for Sublette County, Wyoming
Ninth Judicial District
In the matter of the change of name of
Adrian Vasile Atchley, a/k/a/
Alan James Atchley
Probate No. 2006-6829
Notice is hereby given that on the 6th day of March, 2006, a Petition was filed in the above Court to change the name of Adrian Vasile Atchley to Alan James Adrian Vasile Atchley.
All interested persons must file any answer or objectionthere to on or before March 31, 2006, or the Petition may be granted without further notice.
Dated this 6th day of March 2006.
/s/ Adrian Vasile Atchley
Published in the Sublette Examiner March 9, 16, 23, and 30,2006.

Request for Comments on Green River Instream Flow Segment No. 1, Permit No. 6IF
The State Engineer issued instream flow Permit No. 6IF on Jan. 7, 1992, for a segment of the upper Green River. This permit has a priority date of January 10, 1989. The permit was granted for the natural flows up to 101 cubic feet per second (cfs) from October 1 through June 30, up to 350 cfs from July 1 through August 31, and up to 314 cfs from September 1 through September 30.
This instream flow segment begins at the east boundary line of the NE? NE?, of Section 11, T.36N., R.111W. and ends 200 feet upstream of the Horsefly Ditch headgate in the NW? NW? of Section 9, T.35N., R.111W. The segment is 9.84 miles in length, just upstream of Warren Bridge on Highway U.S. 191/189 north of Daniel.
The permit was issued with language that requires the State Engineer to review the permit after ten years. The review may result in the permit moving to adjudication; it may be extended for an additional period of time and subject to an additional review; or the permit may be modified.
The State Engineer is inviting affected appropriators to file comments for consideration during this review. Comments should be submitted to the Wyoming State Engineer; Herschler Building, 4E; Cheyenne,Wyo., 82002. Comments will be accepted until April 17, 2006.
Published in the Sublette Examiner March 9 and 16, 2006.

Legal Notice
Confidential files of children attending The Learning Centerin Sublette County prior to and including school year 1999 will be destroyed on April 1, 2006, unless the parent/guardian contacts The Learning Center at 307-367-6306 or P.O. Box 45, Pinedale, Wyo., 82941, before said date.
Dated this day March 9, 2006, at Pinedale, Wyo., and submitted by Barbara Burrough, Program Manager.
Published in the Sublette Examiner March 16 and 23, 2006.

The town council of the Town of Pinedale met in regular session Monday Feb. 27, 2006, at 5:30 p.m., in the town hall. Those present: Rose Skinner, Barbara Boyce, Gary Heuck and Miriam Carlson. Not present: Nylla Kunard. Also present: Bill Lane, representing Stantec Consulting, Inc.; Hayes Randol, representing the Sublette County Sheriff’s Office; Jim Parker, Pinedale airport manager; Max McCoy, representing the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation; Sally Mackey; Julie Early, animal control officer; Mark Eatinger, representing Rio Verde Engineering; Ruth Neely; Steve Smith; Richard Strom, representing Bottoms Up Brewery; Ron Brown and Randy Hubbard, representing the public works department; Katie Isacksen, representing the Pinedale Roundup; and Isabel Rucker, representing the Sublette Examiner.
Mayor Skinner called the meeting to order. Motion by Boyce to approve the minutes of the Feb. 13 meeting as written. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
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. After discussion, motion by Heuck to authorize Brown to put out to bid a plow truck. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Hayes Randol, representing the Sublette County Sheriff’s Office, reported the monthly activities of the sheriff’s department.
Laurie Latta, mayor’s assistant, reported her monthly activities.
Motion by Heuck to approve Bottoms Up Brewery’s application for 24-hour catering/malt beverage permit for the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Pinedale Chapter for April 22 at the Sublette County Ice Arena. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously. Motion by Heuck to approve the Corral Bar’s application for 24-hour catering/malt beverage permit for the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Pinedale Chapter for April 22 at the Sublette County Ice Arena. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Richard Strom, representing Bottoms up Brewery, discussed using the American Legion Cooley Memorial Park during Rendezvous weekend for a beer festival.  After discussion, the council was agreeable to research the request.
Mayor Skinner presented the memorandum of agreement by and between County of Sublette and Town of Pinedale, stating the Town shall undertake such steps and action as are legally required to abandon Mill Street between South Tyler Avenue and South Fremont Avenue, the County shall contribute $3,600,000 towards the cost of the reconstruction of South Tyler Avenue and the ongoing upgrade and rehabilitation project on the sewer treatment system. Motion by Heuck to approve Resolution 2006-2, a  resolution authorizing the execution of a contract with Sublette County regarding Mill Street, South Tyler and the Municipal Sewer Treatment Facility. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously. Motion by Heuck to advertise a public hearing for March 13 on the vacation of Mill Street. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Bill Lane, representing Stantec Consulting, presented the proposal for the SCADA System for engineering services involving the design and installation of the system for remotely monitoring and controlling certain functions at the town’s wastewater treatment facilities and water treatment facilities. Motion by Carlson to accept the proposal for the SCADA System from Stantec Consulting, Inc. not to exceed $74,933. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously. Lane gave an update on the Sewer Lagoon Rehabilitation Project.
Jim Parker, Pinedale airport manager, discussed the new hangar lot leases at the airport. After discussion, motion by Heuck to accept the recommendation of the Pinedale Airport Board that all new hangar lot leases have the option to revert or not revert at the end of theterm. Motion seconded. 
Miriam Carlson presented a letter regarding Lakeside Lodge EA comments amending the town’s earlier comments to the U.S. Forest Service to include that a minimum of a $10-million bond be required in the event expansion is approved and in the event the town is required to put in a filtration system due to degradation in the water supply caused by Lakeside Lodge expansion. Council was agreeable to sending the additional comment.
Motion by Carlson to approve Ordinance 384, an ordinance of the Town of Pinedale, Wyoming, creating chapter 17.31 of the Pinedale Municipal Code to establish the R-2A zoning district within the Town of Pinedale, on the second reading. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Carlson to approve Ordinance 385, an ordinanceamending the zoning map of the Town of Pinedale to reflect the amendment of the zoning classification of all lands located within the town limits of the Town of Pinedale which are located east of the east boundary line of Jackson Street and which are presently zoned R-2 to the R-2A zone district, on the second reading. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Carlson to approve Ordinance 386, an ordinance of the Town of Pinedale, Wyoming amending section 17.33.070 and 17.33.090 of the Pinedale Municipal Code relating yards and building height in the R-4 zoning district. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Mayor Skinner presented a request from the Sublette County Library for a proclamation to help celebrate and acknowledge the Celebration of Childhood and Bilingual Literacy to be celebrated on April 29. Council was agreeable.
Mayor Skinner presented a request from Rio Verde Engineering for a letter allowing the bike path extension on property owned by the Town. Motion by Heuck to authorize Ed Wood to write a letter allowing the extension of the bike path on property owned by the town. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
The following bills were presented for payment:
Workers Compensation 266.99; Bob Jones 46.25; Bobby Roze ll184.90; Rochelle Beebe 184.90; Carol Kruse 30.83; Harvest Dance 184.90; Robert Strother 45.83; Acroterra Corporation 609.77; Ben Davis Painting 3,052.00; Big J’s Auto Parts 700.80; Call Before You Dig 25.00; Casper Star Tribune 36.40; CenturyTel 535.28; Dire Wolf Studios 1,000.00; Hampton Inn of Laramie 75.00; Gary Heuck 358.90; LaQuinta Inn & Suites 120.00; Laurie Latta 175.60; Pacific Power 338.93; Perfect Solutions, Inc. 150.00; Petty Cash/Patty Racich 55.56; Pinedale Sinclair 1,257.93; Rocky Mountain Propane 572.80; Rose Skinner 386.89; Stantec Consulting, Inc. 65,944.78; Sublette Examiner 1,008.00; U.S.Post Office 39.00; Union Telephone 99.80; Worthington, Lenhart & Carpenter 410.00; Wyo., Retirement System 1,462.50; Wyo., State Firemen’s Assn 50.00;, LLC 19.95. 
Motion by Carlson to pay the bills as presented. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Carlson to go into executive session to discuss personnel. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously. 
Motion by Carlson to return to regular session. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Carlson to adjourn. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Meeting adjourned at 7:25 p.m.
/s/ Rose Skinner
/s/ Patty Racich
Published in the Sublette Examiner March 16, 2006.

Invitation to Bid
The Town of Pinedale will be accepting sealed bids for a new 2006 five-yard dump truck with a snow plow with the following MINIMUM specifications:
Truck and chassis
Caterpillar diesel engine C7 with acert technology, 275 HP (minimum).
35,950 GVWR rating
Dry-type air cleaner, fuel/water separator, cold weather package (engine block heater), heavy-duty increased cooling capacity radiator.
100-amp alternator, dual heavy-duty freedom BS 31-750 12V batteries
Starter with overcrank protection
97-decibel back-up alarm
Tachometer and electronic engine hour meter
Gauges-low oil pressure and coolant level, high coolant and engine oil temperature
Engine “check gauges” tell tale light and buzzer, oilpressure gauge
High idle switch
Powerpoints-two in cab sources
All windows-solar ray tinted
Front and rear mud flaps
Provisions for mounting front and rear license plates
Exterior summit white paint-upper and lower
Power take off-electronic activation switch (electric hand throttle) IP mounted
Automatic transmission-Allison 3000 RDS series (close ratio) 6-speed, with .65 overdrive
Front oil seals-oil lubricated “synthetic” front wheel hubs
Front stabilizer bar
Rear stabilizer bar
22.5 x 8.25 steel disc wheels
Front tires-11R22.5 premium highway tread
Rear tires-11R22.5 On/off road directional traction tread
Traction control-electronic traction control
Wheel base-162 inches
Frame extension- Front extension of frame to 24 inches
Fuel tanks-dual 75-gallon total fuel capacity
Air compressor-water-cooled, 2-cylinder 13.2 CFM, air intakecompressor
Front bumper- steel ?” heavy-duty c-channel type
Front frame mounted tow hooks
Adjustable tilt steering wheel, cruise control, and airconditioning
Driver seat-air suspension, high back-manual lumbar
Radio- AM-FM stereo
Outside rearview mirrors-electric remote control, lighted, heated, wide load, integral arm and integral convex mirror
Dump bed and snowplow
Dura dump body, 10’ long x 96” wide OD, 24” 10 gauge side height and 32” high 3/16” straight tailgate (5 CU. YD. Capacity) with air tailgate hardware (electric over air), and 3/8”combination drop and spreader chains with lower chain catches.
LED sealed light system, side clearance lights, rear marker lights, rear cluster, combination stop, turn and taillights, and recessed back-up lights-all with sealed wiring harness and separate reflectors.
36” amber light bar with two rotators mounted on cabprotector.
Snow plow lights on the front fender with stainless steelbrackets.
P20 front crankshaft mounted hydraulic pump with driveline.
V40/V20 5 section valve mounted in enclosure on the side of the frame. With hydraulic lines for hoist, to rear for sander, and to the frontfor snowplow terminated at a manifold with quick couplers and dust covers.
1st section-body up/down (3-way)
2nd section-plow raise/lower (3-way)(float in the downposition)
3rd section-plow right/left (4-way)
4th section-sander spinner (electronic controlled)
5th section-sander conveyor (electronic controlled)
Single lever control-one dual axis for dumpraise/lower-cable actuated
Single lever control-one dual axis for snow plow raise/lower-float & left/right-cable actuated
Electronic spreader controls with cables and brackets (switch units included)
Switches for dump, strobe light, sander work light, strobelight, and plow lights.
Plow hitch - Low profile to allow hood tilt, UQH quick hitch mount over the top permanent mounting face plate, and 3” x 10’ Cylinder.
Plow - Heavy duty reversible full trip moldboard, 11’ wide x 41” high with build in integral shield, adjustable heavy duty plow casters, power angling UQH quick hitch, compression spring, struts allow for full tripand automatic return to plowing position, level lift, and heavy duty plowmarkers.
Sealed bids must be received at the Pinedale Town Hall nolater than 5 p.m., Wednesday, April 5, 2006. Put “New 2006 dump truck bid” onthe sealed envelope. Bids may be dropped of at the Pinedale Town Hall, 210 WestPine Street, or may be mailed to the Town of Pinedale, P.O. Box 709, Pinedale,Wyo., 82941.
The Town of Pinedale reserves the right to waive minor defects and irregularities in the bidding to base its award on factors other than price, and to reject any and all bids.
Published in the Sublette Examiner March 16, 2006.

Invitation for Bid
Sublette County Sexual Assault Family Violence (SAFV) Task Force Facility
To be located on 211 North Sublette, Pinedale, Wyo., 82941
Any bid received after that time will be returned unopened to the bidder. All bids will beopened and read on May 2, 2006. Procurement by competitive proposal will be used. (24CFR Part 85)
SAFV Task Force
206 East Magnolia, Pinedale, WYO. 82941
Special provisions will be made for disabled persons requesting this information. Please contact Robin Clover in writing at P.O. Box 1236, Pinedale, Wyo., 82941 or byphone at 307-682-4366.
All bids must be accompanied by a bid bond executed by the bidder as principal and satisfactory surety company, executed in favor of the “Owner” for five (5%) percent of the maximum amount of the bid. A certified copy of a power of attorney shall accompany any bid bond. The owners will retain the bid bond as liquidated damages if the successful bidder refuses or fails to enter into a contract or to furnish a contractor’s performance and payment bond within fifteen (15) days after being notified of the award contract.
Qualified small and minority businesses as well as women’s business enterprises are encouraged to submit bids on the project and successful bidders are encourage in the hiring of small, minority and /or women owned businesses and subcontractors on the project.
Performance and payment bonds shall be furnished by the successful bidder for 100 percent of contract price. A certified copy of power of attorney shall accompany such performance and payment bond.
No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of sixty (60) days after the scheduled time for the receipt of bids. The owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids, to waive any informalities or minor defectsin the bid, to accept or reject any qualified or condition bid and to acceptany item or combination of items in bid. Facsimile (FAX) or other copies of bonds or bid proposals are not acceptable, nor are certified or cashier’s checks.
Bidders for the contract will have to adhere to the David-Bacon Labor Act; current wage rate determination is included in the bid specification package.
For more information or to have the Bid Specification Package mailed please contact Robin Clover – SAFV Director at 307-367-6305.
Published in the Sublette Examiner March 16 and 23, 2006.

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