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Sublette Examiner
Volume 6, Number 19 - August 3, 2006
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Public Notices

The Town of Pinedale will be accepting sealed bids forproviding fuel supplies to the town. Bids are requested on the following:
Unleaded gasoline (minimum 85 octane)
Diesel fuel: A mixture of 60 percent No. 2 and 40 percentNo. 1 during winter and 100 percent No. 2 during summer
Bids are to be in accordance with terms and conditionscontained in the INFORMATION FOR BIDDERS and the proposed FUEL PURCHASE AGREEMENT,which are available from the Town Hall, 210 West Pine Street, during regularbusiness hours.
Bids must be received at the town hall no later than 5 p.m.on Monday, Aug. 14, 2006, at which time they will be opened and read aloud.Bids will be awarded at the regular council meeting at 6:30 p.m. on that day.Bids submitted by mail should be enclosed in a second envelope. The Town ofPinedale reserves the right to waive minor defects or irregularities in thebidding, or to reject all bids.
Published in the Sublette Examiner July 27, Aug. 3 and 10, 2006.

Notice is hereby given that the Town of Pinedale, Wyominghas accepted work as completed according to the plans and specifications setforth in the agreement between the Town of Pinedale and Hydro ConstructionCompany, Incorporated, pursuant to the project manual for the PinedaleWastewater Treatment Facility Improvements Project, and that Hydro ConstructionCompany, Incorporated is entitled to final settlement thereof. On Sept. 6,2006, being the forty-first day after the first publication of the notice, theTown of Pinedale will pay to Hydro Construction Company, Incorporated allamounts and balance due under said agreement.
Dated this 27th day of July, 2006.
Town of Pinedale
P.O. box 709
Pinedale, Wyo. 82941
Published in the Sublette Examiner July 27, Aug. 3 and 10,2006.

OF )
Probate No. 2006-1989
You are hereby notified that on the 7th day of June, 2006,the Last Will and Testament of decedent was admitted to probate by the abovenamed Court, and that Charlotte Faler was appointed Personal Representativethereof. Any action to set asidethe Will shall be filed in the Court within three months from the date of thefirst publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred.
Notice is further given that all persons indebted to thedecedent or to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to theundersigned at the office of William H. Twichell, 128 West Pine Street, P. O.Box 1219, Pinedale, Wyo., 82941.
Creditors having claims against the decedent or the estateare required to file them in duplicate with the necessary vouchers, in theoffice of the Clerk of said Court, on or before three (3) months after the dateof the first publication of this notice, and if such claims are not so filed,unless otherwise allowed or paid, they will be forever barred.
DATED this 25th day of July, 2006.
/s/ Charlotte F. Faler
Personal Representative
Published in the Sublette Examiner July 27, Aug. 3 and 10, 2006.

The town council of the Town of Pinedale met in regularsession Monday, July 10, 2006, at 5:30 p.m., in the town hall.  Those inattendance: Andy Blair, representing Wyoming Outdoor Council; Jim Parker,Pinedale airport manager; Paul Jensen, representing Citizens Working to Savethe Wyoming Range; Mark Eatinger and Aaron Seehafer, representing Rio VerdeEngineering; John S. Mackey; Meghan Thoreau, Pinedale Planning and Zoningadministrator; David Doorn, representing Doorn Holding, LLC; Shawn Gustafsonand Brian Gray, representing Worthington, Lenhart and Carpenter; Laurie Latta,mayor’s assistant;  Robert Brito; Ed Wood, town attorney; Wes Wilson andCheyenne Stone, representing Wilson Brothers Construction; Dave Vlcek; RobertB. Maw, representing Teton Court Motel; Ben Cannon, representing the PinedaleRoundup; and Casey Dean, representing the Sublette Examiner.
Mayor Smith bought the meeting to order. Present on RollCall: Gary Heuck, David Smith, Stephen Smith, Nylla Kunard and Chris House.
Motion by Heuck to approve the minutes of the June 12 andJune 14 meetings as written. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
David Doorn, representing Doorn Holding LLC, presented hisproposal for eight studio apartments,  to be located on lot 8, PinedaleEstate Third Addition.  Meghan Thoreau, representing the Pinedale Planningand Zoning, reported the Board recommended the building permit on the basisthat wheel stops be put in and a drainage plan be presented to the council.After discussion motion by David Smith to approve as written with the physicalwheel barriers and grade plans as discussed. Motion seconded. Motioncarried unanimously.
After discussion motion by Heuck to allow the Public WorksDepartment to acquire a space pump for the lagoon as backup, not to exceed$5,000.00.  Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Mark Eatinger and Aaron Seehafer, representing Rio VerdeEngineering, gave an update on the Sublette Sewer and Water RehabilitationProject. Eatinger discussed Wilson Brothers Construction’s request of anincrease of unit price from $26/LF to $90/LF for the remaining waterline thatneeds to be installed in Sublette Avenue, because of a 10 percent difference inthe 8-inch DIP waterline quantity between planned quantity and bid schedulequantity. Wes Wilson, representing Wilson Brothers Construction, discussed dueto the increase in materials, labor and fuel he was requesting the increase onthe 900 feet of waterline that was shown on plans but not reflected in bidschedule.  Ed Wood, town attorney, discussed the standard generalcondition of the construction contract. After lengthy discussion, motionby Heuck for the town to pay $13/LF and Rio Verde Engineering pay $13/LF bringing it to a total of $52/ LFto Wilson Brothers Construction  plus the town approved $495 for thematerial increase for the pipe. Motion seconded. Motion carriedunanimously.           
James Parker, Pinedale airport manager, reported the airportboard voted to approve a new hangar  lot lease for Robert and LynnCarmean. After discussion, motion by Heuck to direct Mr. Wood to draw up acontract for a hangar lot lease for Robert and Lynn Carmean. Motionseconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Andy Blair, representing the Wyoming Outdoor Council,discussed concerns with the impact in the area and maintaining good airquality. No action taken.
Paul Jensen, representing the Citizens Working to Save theWyoming Range, discussed the concerns of drilling in the Wyoming Range. Noaction taken.
David Vlcek, a concerned citizen, presented pictures ofgraffiti on the Harmony Bridge located over Pine Creek in the Boyd SkinnerMemorial Park. Council agreed to deliver the pictures to the sheriff’sdepartment and explore ways to remove the graffiti.
Robert B. Maw, representing Teton Court Motel, requested thetown share the cost of valley pans in front of his business at 123 EastMagnolia Street. Council requested Mr. Maw submit bids for the valley pans.
Motion by Kunard to approve Ordinance 2006-390, an ordinanceof the Town of Pinedale, Wyoming amending Section 17.33.070 of Chapter 17.33 ofthe Pinedale Municipal Code by adding a provision relating to rear yards in theR-4 zone district where the rear yard abuts an alleyway, on the third reading.Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by House to approve Ordinance 2006-391, an ordinanceof the Town of Pinedale, Wyoming, amending Section 17.27.070 of Chapter 17.27of the Pinedale Municipal Code by adding a provision relating to rear yards inthe R-1 zone district where the rear yard abuts an alleyway, on the thirdreading. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by David Smith to approve Ordinance 2006-392, anordinance of the Town of Pinedale, Wyoming, amending Section 17.30.090 ofChapter 17.30 of the Pinedale Municipal Code by adding a provision relating torear yards in the R-2 zone district where the rear yard abuts an alleyway, onthe third reading. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Heuck to approve Ordinance 2006-393, an ordinanceof the Town of Pinedale, Wyoming, amending Section 17.31.080 of Chapter 17.31of the Pinedale Municipal Code by adding a provision relating to rear yards inthe R-2A zone district where the rear yard abuts an alley way, on the thirdreading. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.  
Council agreed to having a workshop on Tuesday, July 18, at5:30 p.m.
Motion by David Smith to approve Bottoms Up BrewingCompany’s Application for 24 Hour Catering/Malt Beverage permit for RockyMountain Home Center on July 15th.   
After discussion regarding the cuts on Cole Avenue forutility connections,  motion by Heuck to have Mr. Wood contact LizSullivan addressing the trenches on South Cole Avenue. Motionseconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Heuck to advertise for fuel bids and proposals forthe official  newspaper. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
The following bills were presented for payment:
Wayne Fornstrom 100.00; A to Z Hardware 230.34; All AmericanFuel Company, Inc. 2,888.55; American Linen 123.42; Anderson Highway Signs1,1117.46; Animal Clinic of PINEAL 37.50; Big J’s Auto Parts 394.57; Bucky’sOutdoors 112.68; DPC Industries, Inc. 1,177.56; Energy Laboratories 566.50;Environmental Resource Assns 427.79; Faler’s General Store 659.80; WayneFornstrom 1,000.00; Front Range Fire Apparatus 336.98; Gary Heuck 60.00; HydroConstruction 229,391.40; Javernick’s Hydroseeding 5,080.00; Laurie Latta127.20; Lovelett, Skogen & Associates 21,500.00; Mattew Bender 81.50;Neely’s Nursery 943.00; Office Outlet 4,219.05; Pacific Power 17.18; PerfectSolutions, Inc. 4,787.50; Petty Cash/Patty Racich 15.87; Phillips 66 37.16;Pinedale Auto Supply 306.96; PINEAL Lockers 30.00; Pinedale Lumber 5.35;Pinedale Natural Gas, Inc 883.76; Pinedale Sinclair 1,750.82; R & EComputer Service 2,050.00; Rio Verde Engineering 10,722.97; RMT 1,008.54; RockSprings Winnelson 543.37; Rocky Mountain Wash 7.20; Stephen Smith 39.99; MarySour 80.00; Stantec Consulting 24,910.80; Sublette Examiner 598.15; SweetwaterCounty Health Services 70.00; Team Laboratory Chemical Corp 178.75; Tegeler& Associates 61,748.00; Tools Unlimited 219.50; University of Utah 200.00;WAM 1,937.00; WAMCAT 10.00; Josh Wilson 40.00; Wind River Web Services. LLC 25.00;Wise Connection 121.84; Ralph Wood, Attorney 5,977.50; Worthing, Lenhart &Carpenter 2,891.25; WYDOT 1,123.46;, LLC 79.95;  WyomingWorkers Compensation 329.63.
Motion by Heuck to pay the bills as presented. Motionseconded. Motion carried unanimously.
The following salaries are listed in gross monthly salariesand do not include any benefits or overtime:
Ron Brown, Public Works Director, 3,830.27;  RonHanson, Public Works Supervisor, 3,435.59;  Randy Hubbard, Public Works,3,771.59; Public Works 1,014.00; Patty Racich, Clerk/Treasurer, 3,830.27;Public Works 2,481.22; Park Employee 1,881.00; Office Assistant 1,348.05; JulieEarly, Animal Control Officer, 2,141.79; Ruth Neely, Municipal Court Judge,1,021.65; Laurie Latta, Mayor’s Assistant, 3,062.49; James Parker, AirportManager, 4,166.67; Meghan Thoreau, Planning and Zoning Administrator, 2,665.38;Council Member 300.00; Council Member 300.00; Council Member 300.00; CouncilMember 300.00;  Stephen Smith, Mayor, 1,000.00.
Motion by David Smith to go into executive session todiscuss pending litigation and personnel. Motion seconded. Motion carriedunanimously.
Motion by Kunard to return to regular session. Motion seconded. Motioncarried unanimously.
Ron Brown, public works director, discussed purchasing askid steer loader for the lagoon. Council agreed to continue searching.
Motion by David Smith to pay Gary Heuck $20 an hour for thepart-time maintenance position retro to June. Motion seconded. David Smith voted aye, House voted aye, Kunardvoted aye and Heuck abstained. Motion carried.
Motion by Heuck to adjourn. Motion seconded. Motion carriedunanimously.
Meeting adjourned at 8:15 p.m.
Published in the Sublette Examiner Aug. 3, 2006.

The town council of the Town of Pinedale met in specialsession Tuesday, July 18, 2006, at 5:30 p.m., in the town hall.  Those inattendance: Ron Brown, public works director; Laurie Latta, mayor’s assistant;Meghan Thoreau, Pinedale Planning and Zoning administrator; Ed Wood, townattorney; Mark Eatinger, representing Rio Verde Engineering; Matt and JohnHarber; Ben Cannon, representing the Pinedale Roundup; and Casey Dean,representing the Sublette Examiner.
Mayor Smith brought the meeting to order and stated themeeting was to address the town shop/dog pound project. Present on roll call:Gary Heuck, David Smith, Stephen Smith, Nylla Kunard and Chris House. 
Ed Wood, town attorney, gave an update on the town shop/dogpound project. Mayor Smith reported he had received an estimate forcompletion of the project from Chambers Design-Build and a promise of anestimate from Groathouse Construction by Monday, July 24, councilmeeting. After lengthy discussion, council agreed to wait until Monday,July 24, council meeting for a decision.
Motion by Heuck to go into executive session to discussionpersonnel. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by David Smith to return to special session. Motionseconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Heuck to adjourn. Motion seconded. Motioncarried unanimously.
Meeting adjourned at 6:42 p.m.
Published in the Sublette Examiner Aug. 3, 2006.

Sealed bids are requested for work described in the ProjectManual for the Forty Rod Road Project, dated August 3, 2006, prepared by RioVerde Engineering, 201 West Pine Street, P.O. Box 642, Pinedale, Wyoming 82941, (307)-367-2826.
Bids will be received by Rio Verde Engineering, until 4 p.m.local time on August 14, 2006, at which time said bids will be publicly openedand read aloud.
The work consists of shaping and compacting 4.8 miles ofroad subgrade and placing 17,000 tons of asphalt.
Copies of the Project Manual and plans specifying the workto be performed may be obtained from Rio Verde Engineering.
Bidders shall be required to accompany each bid with a bidbond with sufficient surety, or a certified check, cashier’s check or bankdraft upon some reputable bank payable to Sublette County for at least 10percent of the total amount of the bid. The bond, check or bank draft shall be forfeited as liquidated damages,if the bidder, upon the letting of the contract to him, fails to enter into thecontract within 10 days after it is presented to him for that purpose or failsto proceed with the performance of the contract. The bid bond, draft or check shall be retained by SubletteCounty until proper bond to secure performance of the contract has been filedand approved. All the above is tobe in accordance with 15-1-113, Wyoming Statutes, 2005.
The right is reserved by Sublette County to reject any andall bids, and to waive any irregularity or informality in the bidding. Bids may not be withdrawn for thirtydays after the date of opening.
Dated this 1st day of August, 2006.
Published in the Sublette Examiner Aug. 3 and 10, 2006.

Fremont Lake Pathway Sealing
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Wyoming Statute Section15-1-113, that the Sublette County Recreation Board, Wyoming, will receivesealed bids until 2 p.m., local time, Aug. 17, 2006, for the following:
Fremont Lake Pathway Sealing
Description of Work: Crack sealing and fog sealing existingpathway along Fremont Lake Road (CR 23-154) from the Town of Pinedale to theCCC Ponds.
Bids must be in one sealed envelope with statement thereon“BID ENCLOSED, Fremont Lake Pathway Sealing” and submitted to the WLCEngineering, Surveying and Planning, 58 South Tyler Ave, P.O. Box 1519,Pinedale, Wyo., at or before the above stated time. Bids will be opened publicly, read aloud, and tabulated bythe WLC, at the above stated time and place, unless an alternative site isdesignated in writing which is posted at the WLC office prior to the time ofbid opening. No bid may be withdrawn for a period of thirty (30) days after thedate set for opening thereof. The Sublette County Recreation Board reserves theright to reject any or all bids and to waive any informalities ortechnicalities in the bidding; provided, however, that any bid received afterthe time specified or without accompanying bid guaranty, as stated below, willnot be considered.
Bidding documents, including specifications, are currentlyavailable from the Engineer, WLC Engineering, Surveying, and Planning, 58 SouthTyler Ave, Pinedale, Wyo., 307-367-6548. Bidders may obtain one set of plans. Partial sets are not available.
A bid guarantee in the form of a properly executed bid bondpayable to the Sublette County Recreation Board (SCRB) in the amount of notless than 5 percent of the total base bid amount must accompany each bid. (Note: If your bid is less than$100,000, you may submit a cashier’s check for not less than 5 percent of thetotal base bid amount.) The successful bidder will be required to execute anagreement with the SCRB, in the form supplied in the bidding documents, withinthirty (30) days after notice of award is issued. The notice of award shall serve as notice that the agreementis ready for execution. The bidguaranty shall be forfeited as liquidated damages if the bidder fails toexecute the agreement within thirty (30) days after such notice is issued, orfails to provide proper bond or other form of guarantee, as approved. The bid guarantee, if a bid bond, shallbe executed by a surety or guarantee company authorized to do business inWyoming.
The attorney in fact who executes the bond on behalf of thesurety shall affix a certified and current copy of its power of attorney fromthe surety. No other type of bidguaranty will be accepted. The county may proceed against a bid guaranty unlesseither: a) the agreement has been executed by contractor and performance, andlabor and material payment bonds have been furnished, as required; or, b) thespecified time has elapsed so that bids may be withdrawn; or, c) the bid hasbeen rejected. Notice is hereby given that preference will be granted toWyoming contractors, subcontractors, laborers and materials, supplies,equipment, machinery and provisions produced, manufactured, supplied or grownin Wyoming, as required by W.S. Section 166101 et seq.
A pre-bid conference will be not be held for this project
Sublette County Recreation Board
Published In The Sublette Examiner Aug. 3 and 10, 2006.

State of Wyoming )
County of Sublette )
Town of Marbleton )
A public hearing will be held on Monday, 12 June 2006 at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Hall of the Town of Marbleton in accordance with Wyoming Statutes, 2005, as amended, Section 15-1-405. This notice includes a copy of the “Proposed Annexation Report” required by Section 15-1-402 (c) as follows:
In accordance with Wyoming Statutes, 2005, as amended, Section 15-1-402 (c), the following may be reported:
A map of the area proposed to be annexed is attached.
11.33 acres
The total estimated cost of infrastructure improvements required of all landowners by the annexing municipality related to the annexation:
A list of basic and other services customarily available to residents of the town and a timetable when these services will reasonably be available to the area proposed to be annexed.
Sewer, water and police extant and immediately available.
A projected annual fee or service cost for services described in paragraph (iii) of this subsection.
Water – Hookup fee: $400.00; Annual fee: 25380
Sewer – Hookup fee: $400.00; Annual fee: $66.00
The current and projected property tax mill levies imposed by the municipality.
Mill levy – 4 (statutory maximum = 8 mills)
The cost of infrastructure improvements required within the existing boundaries of the municipality to accommodate the proposed annexation.
/s/ Anita Bartosh, Town Clerk
Published in the Sublette Examiner: May 25 and June 1, 2006.

Notice for application for transfer of liquor license
Notice is hereby given on the 3rd day of May 2006, Donald and Linda Forney filed an application for transfer and renewal of retail liquor license for Marbleton Restaurant in the office of the Clerk of the Town of Marbleton, Wyoming for the following described place and premises to wit: Lots 13-16 in block 17 of the original town site of Marbleton. Protests, if any, against the issuance of this license will be heard on June 9 at 3 p.m. at the clerk’s office in the Marbleton Town Hall.
Town of Marbleton
Anita Bartosh/Clerk
Published in the Sublette Examiner May 11, 18, 25 and June 1, 2006.

Notice is hereby given that the Big Piney Cemetery District will be receiving Sealed bids to construct a 100 by 40 foot steel maintenance building at the Plainview Cemetery, Big Piney, Wyoming.
Copies of the bid package can be received by calling Larry Robertson at 1-307-276-3230 or 1-307-260-6230.
Bids must be received by June 19, 2006, 4 p.m. or they can be mailed to P.O. Box 183 Big Piney, Wyo. 83113.
Bids will be opened at the Southwest Sublette Pioneer Building located at 111 Rakestraw Street, Marbleton, Wyo., at 7 p.m.
The board reserves the rights to accept or reject any or all bids.
Published in the Sublette Examiner June 1, 8 and 15.

Public Sale Notice
June 9, 2006 from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. at 12973 Highway 189 South. Attention to all who are interested in the sale of an 18-foot Aljo Sportsman camper in the mid 60’s VIN No. M-51S15963974. This has been on the Willoughbys’ property since September 2005 until the present day. A storage fee of $1,400 is owed and must be paid in order to obtain said property.
The Willoughbys
P.O. Box 272
Daniel, Wyo., 83115
Published in the Sublette Examiner June 1 and 8, 2006.

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