From the pages of
Sublette Examiner
Volume 6, Number 27 - September 28, 2006
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Public Notices

GENERAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION
SUBLETTE COUNTY, WYOMING
GENERAL ELECTION DAY: Tuesday, November 7, 2006
LAST DAY TO REGISTER TO VOTE: Monday, October 9, 2006
VOTER REGISTRATION WILL BE PERMITTED AT THE POLLS ON GENERAL ELECTION DAY, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2006. A WYOMING DRIVERS LICENSE OR A PICTURE FORM OF IDENTIFICATION AND PROOF OF RESIDENCY WILL BE REQUIRED.
TITLES AND TERMS OF OFFICE TO BE ELECTED
PARTISAN OFFICES
No. Title Term
1 U.S. Senator 6 yr.
1 U.S. Representative 2 yr.
1 Governor 4 yr.
1 Secretary of State 4 yr.
1 State Auditor 4 yr.
1 State Treasurer 4 yr.
1 Superintendent of Public Instruction 4 yr.
1 State Representative, District 20 2 yr.
1 State Representative, District 22 2 yr.
2 County Commissioners 4 yr.
1 County Coroner 4 yr.
1 County Attorney 4 yr.
1 County Sheriff 4 yr.
1 County Clerk 4 yr.
1 County Treasurer 4 yr.
1 County Assessor 4 yr.
1 County Clerk of District Court 4 yr.
NONPARTISAN OFFICES
No. Title Term
2 Retention of Supreme Court Justices 8 yr.
1 Retention of Circuit Court Judge, Ninth Judicial District 4 yr.
1 Supervisor, Soil Conservation District, Rural 4 yr.
1 Supervisor, Soil Conservation District, Urban 4 yr.
2 Trustees, School District #9 4 yr.
2 Trustee, School District #1, At Large 4 yr.
1 Trustee, School District #1, Pinedale 1 4 yr.
1 Trustee, School District #1, Pinedale 2 2 yr.
1 Trustee, School District #1, Rural 2 4 yr.
3 Trustees, Upper Green River Cemetery District 4 yr.
3 Trustees, Big Piney Cemetery District 4 yr.
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT A:
The adoption of this amendment would clarify that all monies deposited in the permanent Wyoming Mineral Trust Fund are inviolate permanent funds of the state.
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT B:
The Wyoming Supreme Court has held that school funding must be equalized among all school districts in the state.
The adoption of this amendment would repeal the current limitation on the amount of property tax revenues that may be redistributed by the state through the School Foundation Program Account from school districts with greater property tax revenues to other school districts in the state
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT C:
This amendment authorizes the creation of permanent funds for two purposes: First, higher education scholarships, which include the current Hathaway Scholarship Program; and second, improving the quality of higher education. The principal in the funds, regardless of the source of the funds, cannot be expended. The earnings must be used for the purposes specified and the legislature is authorized to regulate how the earnings are used. Earnings from funds in the current Hathaway student scholarship account are intended to be used for college scholarships. The amendment would also allow the funds to be invested as the legislature authorizes, including in stocks.
CAMPAIGN FILING REQUIREMENTS
EVERY candidate shall file a Statement of Receipts by Oct. 31, 2006. EVERY candidate, whether successful or not, shall file a Statement of Receipts and Expenditures
by Nov. 17, 2006. A candidate must file the statement as required by law before receiving a Certificate of Election.
EVERY Candidate’s Campaign Committee and Political Action Committee shall file a Statement of Campaign Receipts and Expenditures by Nov. 17, 2006.
If you require assistance to vote by reason of blindness, disability or inability to write, you may be given assistance by a person of your choice. If you have questions regarding the accessibility of your polling place, please contact your county clerk .
Any person who expects to be absent from his place of residence on Election Day, or who cannot be present at his precinct polling place on Election Day because of illness, injury, disability, old age or tenets of religion, may apply for an absentee ballot in person, in writing, by e-mail, or by telephone, at the Office of the County Clerk, 21 S. Tyler, P.O. Box 250, Pinedale, Wyo., 82941, 367-4372 or 276-3827, sbcc@state.wy.us. Absentee ballots may be requested through Nov. 6, 2006, at your county clerk’s Office.
DATED THIS 25TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 2006.
/s/ Mary L. Lankford
Sublette County Clerk
Published in the Sublette Examiner Sept. 28, 2006.


Notice of application for a retail liquor license
Notice is hereby given on the 6th day of September, 2006, T & B Enterprises, LLC filed an application for a retail liquor license for Main Street Liquor in the office of the Clerk of the Town of Marbleton, Wyoming, for the described place to wit: frame building located at block 25 lots 23 and 24 of the original town site of Marbleton. Protests, if any, against the issuance of this license, will be heard on Oct. 6, 2006, at 3 p.m. at the clerk’s office at the Marbleton Town Hall.
Town of Marbleton
Anita Bartosh/Clerk
Published in the Sublette Examiner Sept. 14, 21, 28 and Oct. 5, 2006.


Sublette County Rural Health Care District
Regular Meeting
August 28, 2006
7:30 p.m.
Marbleton Fire Hall
Marbleton, Wyo
Jerry Jensen, president, chaired this meeting held in the Marbleton Fire Hall, Marbleton, Wyo. Mary Lynn Worl, vice president, Bill Barney, secretary/treasurer, Garry Eiden, trustee, and Randy Johnson, director, were in attendance. Walt Bousman, trustee, was absent. Jauna McGinnis, clerk, took the minutes.
CALL TO ORDER
Jerry Jensen called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. and set the agenda. Public comments was moved before EMS issues. Mary Lynn Worl motioned to accept the agenda as amended. Seconded by Bill Barney and carried unanimously.
MEETINGS
Bill Barney motioned to accept the August 14 regular minutes. Seconded by Mary Lynn Worl and carried.
ISSUES
CLINICS
Physician/Administrator Search – Randy Johnson reported three physicians have been interviewed. All three have indicated they would like to come to the community. Don Maupin will be coming August 30th for the administrator interview. Dr. Boyle has signed a letter of intent.
County Commissioner Letter – Chairman Jensen read a letter from the commissioners requesting adherence to section four of the lease. Bill Barney suggested the county commissioners be presented with the information before September 11th. Commissioners have been kept abreast of the plans. The groundbreaking schedule can slide until new board is aware.
Construction Project Update – Randy Johnson reported the Town of Pinedale has issued a conditional building permit. Dave Racich and Jud Faler were invited to the table to participate in the GE Johnson guaranteed maximum price presentation by Ben Aufderheide and Ryan Wilson. The market has escalated for materials and labor. The construction amount has increased to $7.6 million.
PUBLIC COMMENT
Jo Crandall thanked the former, existing and new board members for their concern and commitment to Sublette County.
EMS
Sand Draw Update – Randy Johnson reported the county commissioners have approved $500,000 toward the Sand Draw project.
LEPC Letter – Chairman Jensen read a letter supporting the cross-training of the EMTs. It was suggested to do this with the sheriff office to foot the bill. The EMT Council should be heavily involved in this. Discussed this should not be a requirement but rather a volunteer basis.
Council Requests – There is no additional information on the pending items.
Stair Chair – A request from EMS presented by Jauna McGinnis to accept a donated stair chair from an EMT on the service and send one in inventory to the national ski patrol was made. Bill Barney motioned to direct Randy Johnson to facilitate the details. Seconded by Mary Lynn Worl and carried unanimously.
GENERAL
Website Update – Locals are busy as far out as 13 months. Wyoming.com has a local person willing and able to design the website. Bill Barney motioned to engage wyoming.com and pursue the website. Seconded by Mary Lynn Worl and carried unanimously.
Office Space – New office space has been located for the administrative office. The old space will be kept for the billing department. Bill Barney motioned to accept the lease. Seconded by Mary Lynn Worl and carried unanimously.
Check Signing – Randy Johnson reported he has had conversations with the school district and Mary Lankford. The checks are electronically signed then sent in the mail upon approval from the board. The vouchering system is still under investigation.
Department of Audit Form – The chairman and treasurer signed the annual audit form.
Special Meeting – The board discussed when the new board members need to be seated. It was suggested to have a special meeting as the attorney would like to see the action in the minutes. Randy Johnson is to inquire with Mary Lankford for Thursday evening.
Other – Dick Kalber of the Southwest Sublette County Pioneers signed the annual contract.
Mary Lynn Worl, Bill Barney and Jerry Jensen expressed their thanks for the opportunity to serve.
EXECUTIVE SESSION
Mary Lynn Worl motioned to go into executive session for personnel. Seconded by Bill Barney and carried unanimously. The board retired into executive session at 8:45 p.m.
Chairman Jensen brought the meeting to order at 9:25 p.m.
Mary Lynn Worl motioned to accept the contract of employment for Dr. Boyle. Seconded by Bill Barney and carried with Garry Eiden opposed.
Bill Barney motioned to approve Randy Johnson’s contract as amended from one year to six months. Seconded by Mary Lynn Worl and carried unanimously.
Mary Lynn Worl motioned that Jauna McGinnis be moved to level 10 on the salary scale. Seconded by Bill Barney and carried with Garry Eiden opposed.
Chairman Jensen read the letter of resignation from Dr. LaSuer. Randy Johnson directed to write a thank you letter.
DISBURSEMENT APPROVAL
The check registers were reviewed for accountability of checks. No discrepancies were noted. Mary Lynn Worl motioned to pay the bills as presented. Seconded by Bill Barney and carried unanimously authorizing vouchers for payroll and vendors numbered 7497 through 7565 totaling $173,884.79.
ADJOURNMENT
Without any further business, Mary Lynn Worl motioned to adjourn the meeting. Seconded by Bill Barney and carried unanimously. Meeting adjourned 9:44 p.m.
Respectfully submitted this 25th day of September 2006
Sublette County Rural Health Care District Board of Trustees
Bill Budd, Chairman
Jauna M. McGinnis, Clerk
Published in the Sublette Examiner Sept. 28, 2006.


Sublette County Rural Health Care District
Regular Meeting
September 11, 2006
7:30 p.m.
Marbleton Fire Hall
Marbleton, Wyo
Bill Budd, president, chaired this meeting held in the Marbleton Fire Hall, Marbleton, Wyo. Jud Faler, vice president, Dave Racich, trustee, Garry Eiden, trustee, and Randy Johnson, director, were in attendance. Walt Bousman, secretary/treasurer, was absent. Jauna McGinnis, clerk, took the minutes.
Press Reps: Cat Urbikit, Sublette Examiner, Lindsey Ross, Pinedale Roundup
CALL TO ORDER
Bill Budd called the meeting to order at 7:31 p.m. and immediately discussed the need for minutes at each meeting.
Chairman Budd was reminded he had not set the agenda. The agenda was read. No motion for approval was called.
ISSUES
CLINICS
Physician/Administrator Search – Randy Johnson reported three physicians have been interviewed with a fourth who would like to be interviewed. All have met with Dr. Boyle who approves them as excellent candidates. He requested direction for pursuing the follow up of these physicians. Dave Racich motioned to move in that direction. Seconded by Garry Eiden. No vote taken. After discussion, Dave Racich motioned to follow up on the physicians interview process, try to get someone on board with what the staff in both clinics feel is necessary to staff the facilities to provide adequate healthcare and in turn have time off for the physicians who are now employed by the district. Seconded by Jud Faler. Bill Budd does not feel competent to make this type of judgment on professional competence. He has talked to Kris Roork and Leslie Rozier to bring recommendations from all present providers with a plan how to interview and approve applications, as well as how to accommodate the doctors in the community who wishes to have privileges in the clinics. Dave Racich suggested to poll the providers in the audience. Bill Budd objected. Motion was withdrawn. Dave Racich motioned to hear from the medical providers in the audience. Died for lack of second. Discussion ensued. Chairman Budd gave the floor to Dr. Boyle, Dr. Czarnik and Dr. Turner. Kris Roork would like to have the committee to bring a recommendation to the board. Jud Faler motioned to basically take Kris Roork’s advice and back up a little bit and expedite the need for doctors, everyone agrees on that, and let’s take a second look at it, because personalities and other issues can be a big thing, and put the committee in place, and start to put doctors in place as soon as possible. Seconded by Garry Eiden. Dave Racich noted that the board has never gone on its own to hire a doctor. Information has come from the medical professionals in the clinics. Motion carried unanimously.
Administrator – Randy Johnson reported one candidate has been interviewed, three others have dropped out for various reasons. All on the committee agreed this candidate was not a good fit. The option of hiring a part-time person for the position was discussed. An individual’s name will be given the Randy Johnson for follow-up. It was noted all applications need to be filtered through the district office, not the members. Randy Johnson was directed to proceed.
Construction Project Update – Randy Johnson reported the action to construct is outstanding. He requested direction on how to proceed. Dave Racich motioned to proceed with groundbreaking as soon as possible, direct GE Johnson to start any and all ground work they can. Seconded by Jud Faler. Discussion about the guaranteed maximum price ensued. It was determined there are exclusions which do have line items in the guaranteed maximum price. Discussion about procuring a clerk of the works followed. Bill Budd wants to move into the Marbleton Clinic soon and do advertising and competitive bidding. He noted special districts don’t have provisions for bidding. Motion carried unanimously.
Personnel Status Change – Jauna McGinnis requested the ability to move employee Shawna Danze into the 30-hour benefit. Jud Faler motioned to accept Jauna McGinnis’ request. Seconded by Dave Racich and carried unanimously.
EMS
Sand Draw Update – Randy Johnson reported industry is requesting letters of support. All monies will be put through the county commissioners. The District will provide staffing. The board signed the letters of support.
Council Requests – The research for two outstanding issues is ongoing. Tabled.
Personnel – EMT David Kinnamon has successfully passed the six-month probation. Jud Faler motioned to release David Kinnamon from probation. Seconded by Dave Racich and carried unanimously.
GENERAL
Check Signing – The volume of checks has increased. Electronic signatures can be done. Randy Johnson requested direction to research the possibility. The process for disbursements would include no vouchers for payroll, checks signed electronically by the chairman and treasurer, checks approved through the check register, signing of vouchers for payables only. Jud Faler motioned to approve the process. Seconded by Dave Racich and carried unanimously.
Suzy Michnevich – Suzy Michnevich requested the board to tread lightly while learning their new roles and to act in a civil, ethical and judicious manner.
Cindy Van – Cindy Van submitted a list of healthcare issues regarding access to quality providers, quality providers, and a licensed ER facility.
Other – Jud Faler motioned to invite Dr. Kramer to the next board meeting to give a short overlay of his views on the ER and trauma needs and solutions to the board. Seconded by Dave Racich and carried unanimously.
PUBLIC COMMENTS
A letter from Mary Lynn Worl was read by Dave Racich regarding breaches of confidentiality of executive sessions, attached hereto. Bill Krieger will be preparing a report to provide information regarding the county EMS system. Sue Sommers requested the meetings be advertised. Jo Crandall would like the board to look at a time line in terms of the physicians.
Bill Budd asked Kris Roork to serve as the chairman of the committee. She will have a report at the next meeting. He also asked Kris Roork and Leslie Rozier earlier to contact Dr. Grace Gosar.
A letter submitted by Dr. Boyle was read by the chairman, attached hereto, regarding breaches of confidentiality by Garry Eiden. It was suggested to investigate and follow up with the attorney. Dr. Boyle stated it was her intent to see if the leakage can be stopped and if the board will create a policy to reprimand.
Dave Racich motioned to advertise for a clerk of the works for two weeks in both papers. Seconded by Jud Faler and carried unanimously.
DISBURSEMENT APPROVAL
The check registers were reviewed for accountability of checks. No discrepancies were noted. Dave Racich motioned to pay the bills as presented. Seconded by Garry Eiden and carried unanimously authorizing vouchers for payroll and vendors numbered 7566 through 7643, DD090606-1 through DD092906-42, DDHEE091506-1 through DDHER092906-1, and EFT090606-1 through EFT092906-1 totaling $476,230.73.
ADJOURNMENT
Without any further business, Dave Racich motioned to adjourn the meeting. Seconded by Garry Eiden and carried unanimously. Meeting adjourned 9:42 p.m.
Respectfully submitted this 25th day of September 2006
Sublette County Rural Health Care District Board of Trustees
Bill Budd, Chairman
Jauna M. McGinnis, Clerk
Published in the Sublette Examiner Sept. 28, 2006.


Legal Notice
According to the provisions of Chapter 3, Section 26(B), Wyoming Education Code of 1969, the following warrants over $500, excluding individual salaries, were issued to the Sublette County School District No. 9 for the following month: November 2005:
All American Fuel Co, Inc. 2,073.17
American Red Cross of Wyoming 630.00
Big Piney School Lunch 25,222.13
Carolina Biological Supply Co. 4,410.06
CDW-G 5,259.64
CenturyTel 1,857.91
Classroom Direct 748.66
CAN Surety 775.00
EIR Electric Inc. 667.88
Frey Scientific 529.98
Gary Brink Inc. 644.69
Gases Plus 504.66
Glencoe/McGraw Hill 2,584.74
Green River Valley Refuse Inc. 621.50
Heidi Clark 547.08
HS Referee Account 1,144.30
ISC Inc. 639,604.05
Jaymar Business Forms Inc. 571.75
Kay Pitchford 1,320.00
Lathrop Feed & Equipment Co. 2,571.19
Library Video Company 603.30
Mader, Tschacher, Peterson 12,000.00
Midway Truck Stop 4,671.79
Music Village 669.00
Nevco Scoreboard Co. 5,789.50
Northeast Wyoming BOCES 8,063.23
Office Outlet 3,447.45
Pacific Power 15,144.46
Parkway Plaza 960.00
Pepper at Eckroth 865.75
Perfection Learning Corp. 1,047.85
Pinedale Auto Supply 767.69
Proactive Physical Therapy 577.50
Questar Gas 17,544.41
Quill Corporation 506.44
Region V Board 10,758.45
Rock Springs Winlectric Co. 717.06
Rocky Mountain Boiler Inc. 680.00
Ruth Rawhouser 650.00
Scholastic Teaching Resources 583.68
School Specialty 10,505.69
Southpaw Enterprises 567.00
SRA/McGraw Hill 5,493.97
Teachers’s Discovery 505.38
Technology Pathways 1,186.00
The Mortenson Group, P.C. 9,425.50
Therapro Inc. 580.48
Town of Big Piney 604.76
Universal Athletic Service 1,346.14
UPS 500.00
Waxie Sanitary Supply 747.99
Western Wyoming Community College 1,869.40
Worthington Direct 14,368.00
Wright Group/McGraw-Hill 7,266.40
Cream O’ Weber Dairy 2,657.77
IBC Wonder Bread/Hostess Bread 514.81
INCO 1 Distributors Inc. 2,836.95
SYSCO Intermountain Food Service 7,865.40
U.S. Foodservice Inc. 4,304.07
Western Wyoming Beverage 555.45
Wyoming Dept. of Education 3,318.71
Big Piney Carpets 658.00
EIR Electric Inc. 1,878.51
Published in the Sublette Examiner Sept. 28, 2006.


Legal Notice
According to the provisions of Chapter 3, Section 26(B), Wyoming Education Code of 1969, the following warrants over $500, excluding individual salaries, were issued to the Sublette County School District No. 9 for the following month: December 2005:
All American Fuel Co., Inc. 2,084.45
Amazon.Com Credit 2,165.21
Burney & Co. 607.79
CDW – G 21,437.66
CenturyTel 6,228.96
Charles Hull 500.00
Chemsearch 523.00
Comfort Inn 1,870.96
E & L Motors 31,687.16
Educational Sales Co. 887.28
EIR Electric Inc. 3,773.23
First Bankcard 5,754.12
Gordon’s Corner Auto 677.43
Green River Valley Refuse Inc. 621.50
ISC Inc. 24,100.11
Jilda M. Senatore 550.00
Johnson County School Dist. #1 5,000.00
Kay Pitchford 1,320.00
Mader, Tschacher, Peterson & Co. 7,500.00
Mid-American Research Chemical 952.52
Midway Truck Stop 4,356.75
Neff Company 662.85
Northeast Wyoming BOCES 8,063.23
Office Outlet 1,976.33
Pacific Power 14,757.01
Penhall Company 600.00
Phoenix Learning 4,350.00
Pinedale Auto Supply 687.48
Questar Gas 21,840.04
Superior Industrial Supply 980.00
Technology Pathways 1,965.02
Town of Big Piney 592.26
Union Telephone Company 548.43
Universal Athletic Service 3,798.51
Vaughns Plumbing & Heating 2,816.19
Walmart Community 848.04
Waxie Sanitary Supply 2,035.32
Western Wyoming Community College 530.89
William Scotsman Inc. 13,396.20
Wright Group/McGraw-Hill 2,353.34
CEM Sales & Service 870.48
Poco Loco Swim Shop 766.92
Cream O’ Weber Dairy 2,600.32
Restaurant & Store Equipment 1,766.50
SYSCO Intermountain Food Service
8,756.31
U.S. Foodservice Inc. 4,155.55
Western Wyoming Beverage 651.90
Lincoln County Treasurer 1,432.84
Sublette County Treasurer 3,181.51
Published in the Sublette Examiner Sept. 28, 2006.


Legal Notice
According to the provisions of Chapter 3, Section 26(B), Wyoming Education Code of 1969, the following warrants over $500, excluding individual salaries, were issued to the Sublette County School District No. 9 for the following month: January 2006:
First Bankcard 6,873.31
A Directnet Company 3,995.84
All American Fuel Co., Inc. 2,475.48
Alphasmart Inc. 8,050.00
ATCO International 1,353.70
Big Piney School Lunch 50,000.00
Brain Train 1,252.00
Brown ‘N Gold Incorporated 3,334.55
Burney & Co. 520.19
Carolina Biological Supply Co. 1,247.49
CDW – G 9,292.64
CenturyTel 2,770.54
Control Temperature Specialists 2,656.59
Dry Creek Station 975.11
EIR Electric Inc. 735.34
Gases Plus 1,511.19
Gordon’s Corner Auto 666.21
Great Source Education Group 867.51
Green River Valley Refuse Inc. 621.50
Gritton Associates 692.89
H & H Business Systems 1,395.45
Haddock Computer Center 50,906.00
HS Referee Account 3,611.55
IKON Office Solution 527.11
Inkley’s Camera 765.14
ISC Inc. 30,119.71
Janice Hughes 600.00
Kay Pitchford 1,320.00
Mid-American Research Chemical 595.70
Midgley-Huber Inc. 1,323.43
Midway Truck Stop 2,257.75
Morcon Industrial Specialty 704.81
MS Referee Account 1,202.78
Northeast Wyoming BOCES 8,063.23
Novel Units 826.31
Office Outlet 2,064.43
Pacific Power 16,777.28
Pacific Steel & Recycling 2,493.45
Perfection Learning Corp. 3,798.05
Phoenix Learning 16,903.00
Pinedale Auto Supply 976.78
Proactive Physical Therapy 1,237.50
Pronghorn Lodge 770.00
Questar Gas 32,574.13
R & B Controls, Inc. 1,476.07
Region V Board 17,588.52
Reserve Account 5,000.00
Rocky Mountain Fire Systems 2,174.42
Seon Design 660.00
State of Wyo. Dept. of Ed. 364,507.50
Superior Industrial Supply 980.00
The Home Depot Supply 925.50
Town of Big Piney 610.41
Walsworth Publishing Co. 3,985.10
Waxie Sanitary Supply 1,797.97
William Scotsman Inc. 1,140.00
Wyoming School Board Assoc. 770.00
Colorado Time Systems 2,395.00
The Finals 568.05
Cream O’ Weber Dairy 2,154.63
F. B. McFadden Wholesale 729.85
SYSCO Intermountain Food Serv. 5,734.19
U.S. Foodservice Inc. 2,977.22
Wyoming Dept. of Education 9,872.32
Questar Gas 560.88
Published in the Sublette Examiner Sept. 28, 2006.


Legal Notice
According to the provisions of Chapter 3, Section 26(B), Wyoming Education Code of 1969, the following warrants over $500, excluding individual salaries, were issued to the Sublette County School District No. 9 for the following month: October 2005:
All American Fuel Co. Inc. 1,894.11
Amazon.COM Credit 1,121.32
ASCD 614.25
ATCO International 613.00
Bush-Wells Sporting Goods 1,730.80
Carolina Biological Supply Co. 1,471.54
CDW-G 46,693.99
CenturyTel 1,831.28
Council for Professional Recognition
607.97
Demco Inc. 5,168.56
Dick Blick Company 1,453.74
Direct Advantage 724.22
Discount School Supply 638.12
EIR Electric Inc. 5,896.24
Glencoe/McGraw Hill 5,478.29
Great Source Education Group 3,056.22
Green River Valley Refuse Inc. 621.50
Harcourt Outlines Inc. 503.60
Heartland Audio-Visual 885.75
Hertz Furniture 1,032.64
HS Referee Account 3,308.85
Ikon Office Solution 1,476.03
In Focus Corporation 810.00
ISC Inc. 291,347.71
J.R. Inc. 1,128.00
Jilda M. Senatore 550.00
Junior Library Guild 1,312.95
Kay Pitchford 1,320.00
Lakeshore Learning Materials 667.80
Mackin Library Media 1,627.83
Master Teacher 574.40
Midway Truck Stop 5,163.53
Missoula Children’s Theatre 1,800.00
Morcon Industrial Specialty 2,641.92
Movie Licensing USA 926.25
MS Referee Account 1,285.00
National Geographic Society 2,105.75
Northeast Wyoming BOCES 32,951.89
Office Outlet 4,181.00
Oregon Forensic Institute 5,113.30
Pacific Power 12,789.45
Pat’s Music Center 3,250.00
Pearson Education 2,830.47
Pepper at Eckroth 713.96
Perfection Learning Corp. 1,764.48
Prentice Hall School Division 7,779.85
Proactive Physical Therapy 605.00
Questar Gas 10,541.72
Really Good Stuff 798.95
Region V Board 11,800.68
Sax Family & Consumer Science 1,108.34
School Specialty 5,609.46
Shell Fleet Plus 543.72
Sopris West Ed Services 1,256.20
SRA/McGraw Hill 989.24
Sublette Examiner 626.00
Teacher’s Discovery 1,323.54
Team Laboratory Chemical Corp. 3,222.25
The Apple Tree 579.00
The Child’s World 574.20
Town of Big Piney 796.10
UW Conferences & Institutes 2,735.00
Walmart Community 637.42
Weekly Reader 954.34
Woodworker’s Supply 1,756.53
WY Assoc/Elem School Principals 600.00
WY Assoc. of Sec. School Principals
1,030.00
Cream O’ Weber Dairy 2,594.61
F.B. McFadden Wholesale 889.72
SYSCO Intermountain Food Service
12,447.88
U.S. Foodservice Inc. 5,964.25
Published in the Sublette Examiner Sept. 28, 2006.


INVITATION FOR BIDS
AIRPORT INDUSTRIAL PARK
ROADS AND DRAINAGE
for
SULENTA GRANDCHILDREN’S TRUST
DATED 12-23-1993
Sealed bids are requested for work described in the Project Manual for the Airport Industrial Park Roads and Drainage, dated September 28, 2006, prepared by Rio Verde Engineering, 201 West Pine Street, P.O. Box 642, Pinedale, Wyoming 82941.
Bids will be received by Rio Verde Engineering at their office until 2:00 PM local time on Oct. 6, 2006, at which time said bids will be publicly opened and read aloud.
The work consists of stripping and stockpiling 42,500 CY of topsoil, 5,300 CY excavation and compacted fill, 1,300 TN crushed base, 2,650 LF utility trench, and miscellaneous work.
Copies of the project manual and the design drawings specifying the work to be performed may be obtained from Rio Verde Engineering.
Bidders shall be required to accompany each bid with a bid bond with sufficient surety, or a certified check, cashier’s check or bank draft upon some reputable bank payable to the Sulenta Grandchildren’s Trust dated 12-23-1993 for at least ten percent 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 the contract within seven days after it is presented to him for that purpose or fails to proceed with the performance of the contract. The bid bond, draft or check shall be retained by the Sulenta Grandchildren’s Trust dated 12-23-1993 until proper bond to secure performance of the contract has been filed and approved. All the above to be in accordance with 15-1-113, Wyoming Statutes, 2005.
The right is reserved by the Sulenta Grandchildren’s Trust dated 12-23-1993 to reject any and all bids, and to waive any irregularity or informality in the bidding. Bids may not be withdrawn for thirty days after the date of opening.
SULENTA GRANDCHILDREN’S TRUST dated 12-23-1993
Dated this 25th day of September, 2006.
Published in the Sublette Examiner Sept. 28 and Oct. 5, 2006.


Town of Pinedale
Treasurer’s Report
June 30, 2006
Town of Pinedale’s Revenue
Taxes, Royalties Charges for Service
Motor Vehicle Tax 53,282.01 Fire Department          303,720.00
Sales and Use Tax        3,743,046.20 Developer Fees     540.00
Cigarette Tax 19,484.28 Franchise Fees 48,971.91
Gas  Tax 45,519.93 Recreation      230.00
Lodging Tax   4,751.86 ——————-
Town 8 Mill Levy           148,333.62 Total        $353,461.91
         ———————-
Total      $4,014,417.90
Fines and Forfeitures
Court Costs   1,640.00
Licenses, Permits Court Fines 15,749.00
Dog Licenses/Impound   2,858.00
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Total $17,389.00
Building Permits 31,159.15          
Liquor Licenses 11,140.00
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Total           $45,157.15
Miscellaneous Revenue
Interest           267,600.82
Miscellaneous      20,712.91
Airport             4,210.00
Intergovernmental Revenue ——————-
Total               $292,523.73
Mineral Royalty           154,117.72                                 
Mineral Severance 60,288.09
State Funding           180,951.62
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Total               $395,357.43
Total Fund Revenue       $5,118,307.12
Utility Revenue Utility Fund
Farm Loan Grants           676,009.65 Sewer Rents           181,326.15
Miscellaneous         20.00 Sewer Connect Fees 133,370.00
Water Connect Fees 165,988.10 Holding Tank     59,350.12
Water Rents            325,500.16 Farm Loan Grants 2,787,371.30
Water Bulk Sales      399.60     Water Meters       8,125.00           Late Fee        16.54 ———————
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Total Fund Revenue      $1,176,059.05 Total Fund Revenue   $3,161,417.57
Expenditures
Town Administration 295,483.18           
Municipal Court 18,385.36
Animal Control 45,766.06
Police  0     Water Fund Expenditures $1,549,138.38
Fire  89,891.63 Sewer Fund Expenditures $4,545,370.09
Streets            556,638.07
Sanitation    2,084.50
Mosquito Control  18,162.00   Total Liabilities & Equity Water Fund Recreation     7,930.58 $3,638,082.93
Parks 128,189.97
Planning  45,355.86 Total Liabilities and Equity Sewer Fund
Public Works /Maintenance 209,141.28 ( $1,933,528.78)
Airport 122,074.48
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Total Fund Expenditures    $1,539,102.67
Combined Cash Accounts
1st  Natl Bank Se/Wa    265,891.26
1st  Natl Bank 638,354.37 Total Assets          $10,159,229.76
WYO Star Water   1,561,356.83 Total Liabilities          120,756.50
WYO Star Sewer          1,374,453.77 Total Liabilities & Equity $10,159,229.76
WYO Star General         2,439,716.83
WYO Star Fire Depart 155,486.95
WY Government Fund  2,314,219.63 
Petty Cash       100.00
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 Total        $8,749,579.64
Published in the Sublette Examiner Sept. 28, 2006.

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