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Sublette Examiner
Volume 6, Number 15 - July 6, 2006
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Public Notices

Notice is hereby given that the
Owner: BigPiney Cemetery District
Has been advised that the work on
PROJECT: Plainview Cemetery – Pump Station &Supply Line Replacement
Is substantially complete according to the plans,specifications and rules set forth in the contract between the owner and thecontractor, and that the contractor, Tommaron, Inc., is entitled to finalsettlement therefore.
All persons, firms or corporations who have claims for workdone or material furnished on such work are hereby notified that final paymentwill be made to said contractor.
Payment will be made on the 41st day after publication ofthis notice. The owner will paythe contractor the full amount due under said contract after Aug. 2, 2006.
Big Piney Cemetery District
Published in the Sublette Examiner June 22, 29 and July 6,2006.

Hereby take notice that the Pinedale Airport Board, actingon behalf of the Town of Pinedale, is requesting bids for the salvage rightsand removal for all structures, interior fencing and corral fencing from 52Runway Lane (aka Airport Parcel 22), near the Pinedale Airport, SubletteCounty, Wyoming. Bids will be opened on Wednesday, July 12, 2006, at 2 p.m. atthe Pinedale Town Hall. All bids must be on the authorized bid form andreceived at the Pinedale Town Hall no later than 5 p.m on Tuesday, July 11,2006, to be considered. Removal must be completed within a reasonable time asweather and future site preparation permit but in any event not later than Jan.1, 2007.
Within five (5) business days of notice of award, thesuccessful bidder will be required to enter into a written contract with thePinedale Airport Board for the successful reclamation of the concerned parcel22 after salvage and removal of the concerned structures, interior fencing andcorral fencing in a form attached to the specifications. Specifications forthis contract and bid forms are available at the Pinedale Town Hall. Contact ortelephone 307-367-4136, town hall, for pick up or mailing of bid package ortelephone 307-360-9025, Airport Manager Jim Parker, for emailing of bid packageand/or to arrange access to inspect the property.
Structures include: two-story home with four bedrooms, fullbath and primary living areas on upper level of frame construction andbedroom/study/full bath suite, utility room, attached double garage withdivision wall on lower level constructed of rock-faced concrete exterior wallsand concrete slab floor with portion below grade and multiple outbuildingslocated at 52 Runway Lane, about 5 miles SE of Pinedale off Highway 191.Interior fencing includes pole fencing and corral fencing. Perimeter fencing ofthe 10-acre site will be retained by the airport.
In case of conflict between the terms of this request andthe specifications, the specifications shall control.
Published in the Sublette Examiner June 22, 29 and July 6,2006.

Town of Marbleton, Wyoming
PO Box 4160
11 East 2nd Street
Marbleton, WYo., 83113
Separate sealed BIDS for the construction of the MarbletonStreets Phase 1 Curb and Gutter Project will be received by theTown of Marbleton, Wyo., at the office of the City Clerk until 5 p.m. local time July 18, 2006, and then at said office publicly openedand read aloud.
The CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be examined at the Marbleton TownHall and at the following location:
Forsgren Associates, Inc.
849 Front Street, Suite 201
Evanston, WY 82930
The project consists of the following work: The installationof approximately 82,000 LF of curband gutter along with cross-pans, storm drain piping and other incidental workwithin the town limits of Marbleton, Wyo.
Copies of the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be obtained at the officeof FORSGREN ASSOCIATES, INC. at the location noted above, upon payment of$50 for each set, non-refundable.
Each BIDDER will be required to submit, with his proposal, acertified check, or bid bond made payable without condition to the Town ofMarbleton in the amount of not less than five percent (5%) of the BIDDER'smaximum bid price as guarantee that such BIDDER will enter into a contractwithin fifteen (15) days after the date of the OWNER's notice of award.
Preference will be given to resident Wyoming Contractors inthe amount of five percent (5%) of the low bid in accordance with WyomingStatute 16-6-101, et. seq.
The Town of Marbleton reserves the right to reject any orall bids or any part of any bid, to waive any formality in any bid, as its bestinterest may appear.
Published in the Sublette Examiner June 22, 29 and July 6,2006.

Be it resolved by the Board of Directors of the BOULDERMOSQUITO IMPROVEMENT DISRICT that it intends to order improvements to be paidfor by special assessment, specified as follows:
1. The improvement proposed is to abate mosquito nuisance inBoulder Mosquito District.
2. The improvement proposed is to extend over the area ofBoulder Mosquito District.
3. The probable cost will be $25.00 per landowner plus $2.50per acre as estimated by the Board of Directors based on actual expenses inprevious years.
4. The assessment will be for $11,176.00 and will beassessed on each residence within the district.
5. The assessment will be paid at the same time and in thesame manner as Sublette County property taxes for 2007.
6. A resolution authorizing such improvements shall beconsidered at 8 p.m. on July 17 at the Boulder Community Center.
Date: This 23rd day of June, 2006.
Board of Directors
Boulder Mosquito Improvement District
By: Marilyn Jensen
By: Sandra Dewitt
By: Sandra Ellis
Published in the Sublette Examiner July 6, 2006.

RESOLUTION OFINTENT                                  
BE IT RESOLVED BY the Board of Trustees of Sublette CountyRural Health Care District that it intends to provide county-wide healthcare to be paid for by special assessment, specified asfollows:                   
1. Proposed Budget2006-2007                  
Ambulance Operations $1,919,736     
Clinic Operations 3,327,432     
Administration 1,668,262     
Accounts Payable 80,082     
Capital Outlay 10,383,105     
Capital Reserves 2,841,147     
Total Budget  20,219,764                
Projected Cash at 6/30/06  2,142,392     
CDs 5,796,732     
Revenues (Ambulance) 2,296,875     
Projected Interest 100,000     
Grants/Other 850,000     
Accounts Receivable 233,765     
Outstanding Taxes 0     
Required from 2 Mill Tax
Levy  8,800,000     
Total Revenue Required $20,219,764             
2. The assessment will be paid at the same time and inthe same manner as Sublette County property taxes for2007.               
3. A resolution authorizing such shall be considered ata budget hearing on  July 18, 2006 at 8 p.m. at the Sublette CountyCommissioners Room in Pinedale,Wyo.                     
Dated this 26th day of June,2006.                   
Sublette County Rural Health Care Board of Trustees
Published in the Sublette Examiner July 6, 2006.

Notice is hereby given that a public hearing on the proposedbudget of the Sublette County Weed and Pest Control District for the fiscalyear ending June 30, 2007, which is now being considered by the board, will beheld at the Weed and Pest Office, 12 South Bench Road, Pinedale, Wyo., at 8p.m., Wednesday, the 18th of July, 2006. Any and all persons interested mayappear and be heard regarding such budget at that time. A summary of the budgetfollows:
Administration $143,000
Operations $498,680
Fixed Charges $129,325
Capital Outlay $200,000
Dep. Reserve Same
Cash Reserve Same
TOTAL $971,005
Published in the Sublette Examiner July 6, 2006.

The town council of the Town of Pinedale met in specialsession Wednesday, June 14, 2006, at 6:15 p.m. Those in attendance:  DavidHarper; Ron Brown, representing the public works department; Ed Wood, townattorney; Aaron Seehafer, representing Rio Verde Engineering; Wes Wilson,representing Wilson Brothers Construction, Inc.; and Casey Dean, representingthe Sublette Examiner.
Mayor Smith brought the meeting to order to address theSublette Avenue Sewer and Water Rehabilitation Project. Present on roll call:Stephen Smith, Gary Heuck, David Smith, Nylla Kunard and Chris House.
Aaron Seehafer, representing Rio Verde Engineering,discussed Wilson Brothers Construction’s request of  an increase of unitprice from $26/LF to $90/LF for the remaining 8-inch waterline that needs to beinstalled in Sublette Avenue, because of a 10 percent difference in the 8-inchDIP waterline quantity between planned quantity and bid schedulequantity,  and an additional 15 days  for the completion date of July2.  Seehafer recommended a total change in cost at the unit price bidamount of $26/LF and recommended the additional time to complete the project.Wes Wilson, representing Wilson Brothers Construction, discussed due to theincrease in materials, labor and fuel he was requesting the increase. Ed Wood,town attorney, discussed the standard general condition of the constructioncontract. after lengthy discussion, council agreed to take underadvisement the proposal the  three parties, the Town of Pinedale, WilsonBrothers Construction and Rio Verde Engineering, splitting the increase priceof $57,600. Seehafer stated he was just a representative of Rio VerdeEngineering and could not commit to the proposal.
Motion by Heuck to adjourn. Motion seconded. Motioncarried unanimously.
Meeting adjourned at 6:50 p.m.
TOWN CLERK/TREASURER                  
Published in the Sublette Examiner July 6, 2006.

The town council of the Town of Pinedale met in specialsession Wednesday, June 14, 2006, at 5:30 p.m., in the town hall.  Thosein attendance: Ron Brown, representing the public works department; Ed Wood,town attorney; and Casey Dean, representing the Sublette Examiner.
Mayor Smith brought the meeting to order to address the TownShop/Dog Pound Project.  Present on roll call: Stephen Smith, Gary Heuck,David Smith, Nylla Kunard and Chris House.
Ed Wood, town attorney, reported he had not heard fromMarcus Day of Insurance Company of the West regarding the monetary agreement asdiscussed in the June 12 council meeting.  Wood discussed terminatingthe construction, which could risk releasing the bonding company of theirobligation. Council discussed the difficulty to secure a guarantee from acontractor on the project that has already been started. Council discussed thepossibility of relocating the shop/dog pound to the lagoon area. After lengthydiscussion, motion by David Smith to authorize the mayor to pursue generalcontractors to get an estimate of the cost of what it theoretically would costto complete the town shop/dog pound where it sits to give a number to MarcusDay of ICW to try to get our moneyback. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by David Smith to adjourn. Motionseconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Meeting adjourned at 6:15 p.m.
Published in the Sublette Examiner July 6, 2006.

The town council of the Town of Pinedale met in regularsession Monday, June 12, 2006, at 5:30 p.m., in the town hall. Thosepresent:  Curt Covill, representing Covill Funeral Home; MeghanThoreau, Pinedale Planning and Zoning Administrator; Eric Ashley; BillLane, representing Stantec, Inc.; Ron Brown and Randy Hubbard, representing thepublic works department; Marcus Day, representing Insurance Co. of the West; EdWood, town attorney; John and Jan Radosevich; Steve Manthey and Rod Rice,representing Hydro Construction; Cally McKee; John Mackey; Ana Cuprill; MattThompson; David M. Wright; Mark Eatinger, representing Rio Verde Engineering;Robena Downie, representing the Sublette County Prevention Coalition; JamesSteele; Lindsey Gooch; Carolyn Elliott; Kelsi Oser, representing the PinedaleRoundup; and Casey Dean, representing the Sublette Examiner.
Mayor Smith brought the meeting to order. Present on rollcall: Stephen Smith, Gary Heuck, David Smith, Nylla Kunard and ChrisHouse.
Motion by Heuck to approve the minutes of the May 22 meetingas written.Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Meghan Thoreau, representing the Pinedale Planning andZoning Board, presented Fred and Sheila Boyce’s front setback variance requestfrom 20’ to 15’ at 634 West Wilson Street. Thoreau reported the planning andzoning board had recommended the variance request. After discussion, motion byDavid Smith to approve the variance request for Fred and Sheila Boyce aswritten. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Curt Covill, representing Covill Funeral Home, presented arequest for a rear setback variance from 7’ to 1’ for a proposed addition onthe existing business/residence located at 164 North Bridger Avenue. Thoreau,representing the Pinedale Planning and Zoning Board, reported the board hadrecommended the variance, the new addition would be built upon a structure that is existing and the proposed addition would not impose on anynew land space. After discussion, motion by Heuck to grant Covill FuneralHome a setback variance on the proposed addition to be built on the existingcarport. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
A representative of Doorn Holding Company not present.
Thoreau, representing the Pinedale Planning and ZoningBoard, presented Moosely Mail Boxes’ request to encroach 3’ into the alley ontotown property at 34 North Franklin Avenue with a 4’ x 20’ ramp. Thoreaureported the board had recommended the request. After lengthy discussion,motion by David Smith to deny the encroachment into the alley. Motionseconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Matt Thompson and David Wright, representing First NationalBank, located at 61 East Pine Street, requested permission to place an air-

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