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Proposal No. 0257-P
Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals for providing a minimum of approximately 500-700 sq. ft. of office space in the City of Pinedale, Wyoming, for the Department of Administration and Information, Construction Management, to be occupied by the Wyoming State Engineer, will be accepted until 2 p.m. March 15, 2007 by the Department of Administration and Information, Procurement Section, 122 West 25th, Herschler Building, 2nd Floor East, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002. Only proposals submitted on State of Wyoming forms will be considered. Interested parties should phone (307) 777-7253 to obtain official proposal documents.
Dated this 15th day of February, 2007.
Published in the Sublette Examiner Feb. 22, March 1 and 8, 2007.
State of Wyoming )
In the Circuit Court of
Sublette County, Wyoming
Curt Haws, Circuit Court Judge
County of Sublette )
Rocky Mountain Service Bureau, Inc.
Galloway Cheston Clover; aka Cheston Clover
Notice of Sheriff’s Sale
The undersigned having levied upon goods and chattels described by virtue of an Execution dated February 13, 2007, from Circuit Court of Sublette County Wyoming, in action wherein Rocky Mountain Service Bureau, Inc. is Plaintiff, and Galloway Cheston Clover aka Cheston Clover is Defendant, shall sell at public sale to the highest bidder and best bidder, for cash, on the South ramp of the Sublette County Court House, South Tyler, Pinedale, WY 82941, at 10:00 AM on Friday, March 9, 2007, the following chattel, to wit:
One (1) Liquid: 158 cm white in color
One (1) Rossignol: 158 cm red and gray in color, serial # RP6R30/Re3RP00
One (1) Ride: Yukon series 164 cm Black in Color, serial # 4091287 146
One (1) Rossignol: Premier black in color 158 cm, serial # QK6N32/RE3QK02
One (1) Rossignol red and olive in color, serial# 3072953 with Rossignol bindings.
The above property is being sold “as is, where is” without warranty of condition or ownership. Only the ownership interest of Galloway Cheston Clover aka Cheston Clover is being sold. Bidders are advised to make their own inquiry as to any existing liens or security interests which may exist against said property.
The property may be seen at the Sublette County Courthouse, South Tyler, Pinedale, WY 82941, the morning of the sale date, one hour prior to sale time.
Wayne “Bardy” Bardin
Published in the Sublette Examiner March 1 and March 8, 2007.
Notice of Public Hearing
Wyoming Livestock Board
The Wyoming Livestock Board has scheduled a public hearing to receive public comments for Chapter 2 Vaccination Against & Surveillance for Brucellosis. The hearing will be Friday, March 23, 2007, in Lander, Wyoming, at the Inn at Lander - Best Western ~ Gannet Room [260 Grandview Dr.] from 10 a.m. until noon.
For more information or copies of the proposed rules contact Cynthia Sandoz at (307) 777-6443.
Published in the Sublette Examiner, March 8, 2007.
ORDINANCE NO. _____405_____
AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF PINEDALE, WYOMING CREATING CHAPTER 6.05 OF THE PINEDALE MUNICIPAL CODE RELATING TO THE CONTROL OF CATS WITHIN THE TOWN OF PINEDALE.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT HEREBY ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF PINEDALE, WYOMING, THAT OF CHAPTER 6.05 OF THE PINEDALE MUNICIPAL CODE IS HEREBY CREATED TO READ AS FOLLOWS.
6.05.030 Unrestrained cats - Impoundment.
6.05.040 Unrestrained cats -
Prosecution - Return without impoundment.
6.05.050 Impoundment fees.
6.05.060 Unclaimed or infected cats.
6.05.070 Adoption from pound.
6.05.080 Breaking pound or control vehicle.
6.05.090 Possession of impounded cats.
6.05.100 Violation - Penalties.
6.05.010 Definitions. As used in this chapter, unless the context otherwise indicates:
A. “At large” means off the premises or restraint of the owner or keeper and not under the control or restraint of the owner or keeper.
B. “Control” means to exercise restraining or directing influence over, to dominate, regulate, to hold from action, to curb and govern. A cat shall be deemed to be under “control” if such cat is in close proximity to its owner, or other responsible person designated by its owner, at all times while off the premises of the owner, and providing that such cat is not engaged in any action which would classify it as a nuisance under this chapter. In order for a cat to be considered under “control” as required in this chapter, it must either be under physical restraint or subject to and responsive to the verbal commands of the owner or other responsible person. A cat is not under “control” if it is running at large or unrestrained in the streets, along the sidewalks, or on any school ground, playground, park or other public place.
C. “Cat” means both male and female of such species.
D. “Owner” means any person or persons, firm, association or corporation owning, keeping or harboring a cat.
E. “Premises” means the real property owned or occupied by the owner of the cat.
F. Restraint. An animal shall be deemed to be under “restraint” if on the premises of the owner or if accompanied by a responsible person and under that person’s control.
6.05.020 Restraint. All cats shall be kept under restraint.
6.05.030 Unrestrained cats - Impoundment. Unrestrained cats may be taken by the animal control officer or others designated by the mayor and council, and impounded in an animal shelter and there confined in a humane manner. The animal control officer, or some other designated official, upon receiving any cat, shall make a complete registry, entering breed, color and sex of such cat. A cat shall be released only to the owner or other person responsible for the alleged violation which led to the cat’s impoundment except as otherwise set out in this chapter.
6.05.040 Unrestrained cats; prosecution; return without impoundment.
A. The owner or other responsible person reclaiming an impounded cat may be prosecuted for violation of this chapter.
B. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 6.04.020 and this section, if a cat is found at large and its owner can be identified and located, such cat need not be impounded but may, instead, be taken to the owner. In such a case, the animal control officer or other designated official shall cite the owner or responsible person to appear in court to answer to any violations of this chapter and shall obtain the owner’s or responsible person’s signed promise to appear in court prior to release of the cat.
6.05.050 Impoundment fees. The following charges shall be paid to the town clerk-treasurer or animal control officer:
A. For the impounding of any cat, $25.00
B. For veterinary services, the actual cost thereof.
C. For giving notice to the owner of any cat of its impoundment, $5.00.6.05.060 Unclaimed or infected cats. It shall be the duty of the animal control officer to keep all cats which have been impounded for a period of not less than twenty-four (24) hours, if not sooner claimed by the owner. If, at the expiration of said time frame, the animal has not been claimed, it may be destroyed, and the charges incurred in such destruction, together with impoundment fees as provided by Section 6.05.050 of this chapter, shall be assessed to the owner of the animal and collected along with any fines imposed pursuant to Section 6.05.100 of this chapter. Any animal which appears to be suffering from rabies, mange, feline leukemia, distemper, or other infectious or dangerous disease shall not be released, but may be destroyed immediately.
6.05.070 Adoption from pound. The animal control officer or other designated official is authorized to place for adoption all cats which have been impounded for a period of not less than twenty-four (24) hours if they are not sooner claimed by the owner of such animal. Any person wishing to adopt a cat which has been impounded for not less than twenty-four (24) hours shall pay to the animal control officer or other designated official for credit to the general fund of the town the sum of ten dollars per cat as an adoption fee.
6.05.080 Breaking pound or control vehicle. No person shall obtain a cat from within the confines of the pound, from an animal control vehicle or from the custody and control of any animal control officer or other official without the permission of the animal control officer. Any person who tampers with any lock, gate, door or fence on the animal control vehicle or vehicle used to transport animals or located at the pound or any person who climbs or attempts to climb any fence located at the pound shall be considered a trespasser. Any person who violates the provisions of this section is guilty of a misdemeanor and may be punished in accordance with Section 6.05.090.
6.05.090 Possession of impounded cats. No person shall have in his or her possession, care, custody or control any cat that has been impounded by the animal control officer or other official and has not been properly released by the animal control officer or other authorized agent or official, following payment of all impoundment fees and costs. Any person who violates the provisions of this section is guilty of a misdemeanor and may be punished in accordance with Section 6.04.210.
6.05.100 Penalties. Except as otherwise provided in this Chapter, any person violating any provision of this Chapter is guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction shall be punished in accordance with ß 1.16.010, with the following exceptions:
A. Upon conviction of violation of ß 6.05.020 with respect to any such cat which has not been spayed or neutered or ß 6.05.080 or ß 6.05.090, the fine shall be not less than $100.00 nor more than $750.00.
B. Upon conviction of violation of ß 6.05.020 with respect to any cat which has been spayed or neutered, the fine shall be as follows:
1. For first conviction, not less than $25.00 nor more than $750.00.
2. For second conviction, not less that $50.00 nor more than $750.00.
3. For third or subsequent conviction, not less than $100.00 nor more than $750.00.
C. In any court proceeding, it shall be presumed that the cat involved in any violation was not spayed or neutered, unless the owner or other responsible person presents evidence that the cat was spayed or neutered at the time of such violation.
PASSED ON FIRST READING ON ______February 12__, 2007.
PASSED ON SECOND READING ON _____February 26______, 2007.
PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED ON THIRD READING ON ________________________, 2007.
TOWN OF PINEDALE, WYOMING:
/s/ Steve Smith, MAYOR
/s/ Patty Racich
Published in the Sublette Examiner March 8, 2007.
OFFICIAL COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS
FEBRUARY 20, 2007
The Board of County Commissioners met in regular session in the Commissioners Meeting Room of the Sublette County Courthouse in Pinedale, Wyoming, on this date at 9:00 a.m. with Bill Cramer, John Linn, Joel Bousman, and Mary Lankford, County Clerk present.
Chairman Cramer led those present in the Pledge of Allegiance.
The minutes of the preceding regular meeting of February 6, 2007, were approved and ordered filed on motion by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman. The motion carried.
Butch Penton, Road & Bridge Superintendent, reported on Reardon Draw and gravel pits.
It was moved by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman to adopt Resolution No. 07-973C directing the County Clerk to advertise for the Alteration of the Cottonwood-Ryegrass County Road No. 23-117. The motion carried.
Chairman Cramer discussed the applications for BLM property in the Marbleton area.
Todd Stevie, and Craig Trulock, representing the Forest Service, discussed the need for more maintenance on the Green River Lakes Road. Trulock reported that the Forest Service road maintenance budget has been reduced by 35%. The Board expressed its interest in obtaining property to locate a fire hall in the Kendall Valley, possibly in exchange for assistance with road maintenance.
Marti Seipp, Caroline Sulenta, and Sally Mackey, representing Sublette Citizens for Recycling responded to the comments concerning the recycling program presented by Wendi Schwartz at the last meeting.
TJ Hunt, Acting County Fire Warden, discussed the Community Wildfire Protection Plan, Operating Plan, a BLM grant application, and reported on a meeting with the dispatchers. It was moved by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman to appoint TJ Hunt as the County Fire Warden. The motion carried. Volunteers and training were discussed.
Ranae Lozier, Robin Shamber, and Tammy Sorenson, representing DFS, discussed the need for school age child care.
Paul Stille, representing Leo Riley & Company, presented a draft of the FY06 Financial Audit for the Board to review.
In accordance with the public notice published in the Sublette Examiner on February 8, 2007, public hearing was held for the following:
It was moved by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman to approve the application by John and Penny Chrisman for a Minor Subdivision of 5 acres, zoned R-R5 and a variance to allow a permit from the Bureau of Land Management for a twenty (20) foot right of way to serve as access for the Minor Subdivision lot, where the County Subdivision Resolution requires an access easement of forty (40) feet. The motion carried.
It was moved by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman to approve and act upon the recommendation of the Planning and Zoning Commission. Upon vote, the motion carried, and the following resolution was adopted:
RESOLUTION NO. 07-971C
A RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION AND APPROVING THE APPLICATION OF RONALD GORDON TO RECLASSIFY AND REZONE 40 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, FROM A-1 DISTRICT TO I-L DISTRICT LOCATED IN SECTION 3, T30N, R111W.
It was moved by Commissioner Bousman and seconded by Commissioner Linn to approve and act upon the recommendation of the Planning and Zoning Commission. Upon vote, the motion carried, and the following resolution was adopted:
RESOLUTION NO. 07-972C
A RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION AND APPROVING THE APPLICATION OF MIKE AND LAURIE MCCLAIN TO RECLASSIFY AND REZONE 5.22 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, FROM A-1 DISTRICT TO R-R DISTRICT LOCATED IN SECTION 29, T29N, R109W.
It was moved by Commissioner Bousman and seconded by Commissioner Linn to approve renewal of the conditional use permit by Teletractors Incorporated for a commercial gravel operation, to include screening and crushing, zoned A-1, located in Sections 22 and 23, T33N, R109W, with the following conditions:
a. The hours of operation are restricted to daylight hours.
b. The conditional use permit for the gravel pit and gravel process shall expire in 5 years from the issuance of said permit.
c. Sublette County Weed & Pest shall be allowed to inspect the extraction area though out the year to insure the extraction area is free of noxious weeds and designated weeds, according to the Wyoming Weed & Pest Control Act of 1973 regional forage certification standards.
The motion carried.
The following abatement petitions and affidavits of abatement of taxes were presented on petition from the County Assessor and the State of Wyoming Board of Equalization: Encana Oil & Gas (USA) Inc., $14,544.18; BP America Production Company, $4,220.10; John and Brenda Forrester, $28.26; and Garry L. and Kathryn G. Eiden, $68.05.
Paul Hagenstein commented on possible locations for the proposed Facilities Maintenance Building.
It was moved by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman to appoint Richard Kail to a one-year term and Bill Tanner to a three-year term on the BPM Joint Powers Board. The motion carried.
It was moved by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman to appoint Cassy Johnston to an unexpired term on the Recreation Board and Mary Thompson to an unexpired term on the Joint Powers Lodging Tax Board. The motion carried.
The Board met with the Class II Road Committee and discussed setting standards and committee organization.
Accounts Payable audited and approved for payment:
JOE AHLSTROM 350.00 / AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN, INC. 70.78 /ALL AMERICAN FUEL COMPANY, INC. 2,557.20 / ALSCO 299.88 /AMERI-TECH EQUIPMENT COMPANY 33,093.00 / ANIMAL CLINIC OF PINEDALE PC 407.27 /ASPHALT SERVICES 5,190.00 / A TO Z HARDWARE 275.51 / BARDY BARDIN 125.00 /MARYLISA BAXLEY 338.72 / BIG J’S AUTO PARTS INC. 379.00 /BIG PINEY LUBE&DETAIL, INC 466.47 / BIG R MANUFACTURING 412.28 /GREG BLENKINSOP 460.00 / B-N-C TRASH SERVICE INC. 526.00 /JOEL E. BOUSMAN 122.53 / BOULDER VETERINARY CLINIC 328.00 /BR CONSTRUCTION 7,744.00 / BUCKY’S OUTDOOR, L.L.C. 94.99 /BURNEY & COMPANY 24.00 / PATRICIA L BURGIN 3,641.00 /BW HITCHING POST INN 573.51 / CENTRAL BODY SHOP 280.00 /CRANK COMPANIES, INC 3,695.49 / CDW GOVERNMENT, INC. 76.82 / CENTURYTEL 4,316.75 /CHEMSEARCH 1,645.29 / CHOICEPOINT BUSINESS & 74.00 /CENTURY MARTIAL ART SUPPLY 120.21 / CS & T INC. 5,158.84
COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES INC. 15,992.00 / CVC TRAINING 495.00 /D.A.R.E. MERCHANDISE 355.56 / DAVIDSON’S LAW ENFORCEMENT 150.75 /RIVERTON RV SALES & SERVICE 21,771.80 / JACK T. DOYLE 2,452.50 /E & L MOTORS, INC. 23.94 / EAGLE STORAGE 55.00 / EVENFLO COMPANY INC. 596.67 /FALER’S GENERAL STORE 2,523.53 / F.B.MCFADDEN WHOLESALE 1,298.95 /FIRE ENGINEERING COMPANY 1,154.00 / FEW INVESTMENTS, LLC 1,466.05 /THE FIRE EXTINGUISHER 2,000.00 / FLEET SERVICES 652.25 / GALL’S INC. 116.96 /GASES PLUS 240.83 / GLAXOSMITHKLINE PHARMACEUTICALS 953.80
GREEN RIVER VALLEY REFUSE INC 179.50 / ALI GUIO 100.00 /HIGH COUNTRY COUNSELING 15,000.00 / HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS HOTEL & SUITES 240.00 /TRACEY L. HOOVER 6.65 / HUTCHINSON OIL 23,400.00 /INTERMOUNTAIN RECORD CENTER 135.07 / INTERMOUNTAIN ELECTRIC SERVICE,INC. 903.30 /BARRY JOHNSON 164.16 / JOHNSON CONTROLS 1,334.60 / JOHN THOMAS JOHNSTON 950.00 /JAMES AND SCOTT, P.C. 2,135.00 / KENWORTH SALES CO. INC. 409.54 /BRIAN KETTERHAGEN 440.00 / KIMBALL EQUIPMENT CO. 9,105.44 /KLIP INTERACTIVE 40.42 / RADIO STATION KPIN 3,190.00 / KEVIN L. KUNARD 285.00 /LINCOLN COUNTY ROAD & BRIDGE 22,658.80 / K. C. LEHR 394.00 /LOAF AND JUG #134 129.51 / LORMAN EDUCATION SERVICES 289.00 /JAMES K LUBING 100.00 / ANDREW MACKENZIE 1,766.85 / EILEEN MANZANEDO 159.68 /MARBLETON-BIG PINEY CLINIC 710.00 / MCMURY READY MIX CO 121,712.16 /MEDIBADGE, INC. 53.15 / MHL SYSTEMS 20,463.56 / MIDWAY MALL 114.57 /MODERN LIGHTING & ELECTRIC 4,116.82 / MODERN PRINTING COMPANY 531.74 /MOOSLEY MAILBOXES 87.71 / FRANK MORRISON 50.00 / MOTOSAT 537.00 /NORTH PARK TRANSPORTATION CO. 397.26 / NATIONAL SAFETY COMPLIANCE, INC 461.70 /NYC GRAPHICS 712.14 / OFFICE OUTLET 2,458.40 / PACIFIC STEEL & RECYCLING 785.43 /PARKERS LUBE AND TIRE 41.82 / PEAK GLASS 1,117.00 / PETERBILT OF WYOMING 184.43 /PINEDALE AUTO SUPPLY 5,411.05 / PINEDALE DRUG 875.09 /PINEDALE GLASS INC. 677.19 / PINEDALE LUMBER 1,209.53 /PINEDALE MEDICAL CLINIC 2,507.00 / PINEDALE ROUNDUP 872.00 /U.S. POSTMASTER 140.00 / PPS CO.INC. 4,708.23 /PROACTIVE PHYSICAL THERAPY 2,000.00 / PRIMUS GEOGRAPHICS INC. 450.00 /PROPAC 1,939.72 / PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER INC. 656.55 / QUILL CORPORATION 447.73 /R & E COMPUTER SERVICE LLC 1,080.00 / RENDEZVOUS POINTE 8,292.50 /RENDEZVOUS TRAVEL 2,226.60 / RURAL HEALTH CARE BOARD 1,129.67 /RIO VERDE ENGINEERING 2,624.25 / ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 4,471.28
ROCKY MOUNTAIN WASH, LLC 121.50 / ROCKY MOUNTAIN PROPANE 5,371.91 /TRACI ROMPH 192.00 / KEELEY ROSS 504.37 / SUBLETTE COUNTY FEED 39.80 /JAMES SCHMIDT 27.60 / SCHMIDT ENGINEERING & EQUIPMENT 350.99 /ZACH SEMMONS 1,940.79 / SIRCHIE FINGER PRINT LABS 207.63 /SOUTHWEST SUBLETTE COUNTY 95.93 / STOCKMAN’S CLUB & BAR 177.80 /SUBLETTE COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 403.50 / SUBLETTE COUNTY CLERK 35.74
SUBLETTE EXAMINER 1,164.39 / SUMMIT PARTNERS LLC 300.00 /SUTTON AG ENTERPRISES 201.93 / THE ALPHA GROUP 525.00 /THE TIRE DEN, INC. 860.00 / TOOLS UNLIMITED 36.00 / ULTRAMAX 3,854.00 /UNION TELEPHONE 1,371.23 / VISTA PROPERTIES LLC 1,600.00 / VITALITY MEDICAL INC 260.80 / WYOMING DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 171.00 /WEST PAYMENT CENTER 835.66 / WESTERN PETROLEUM 36,110.84 /WESTERN VETERINARY SERVICE 35.00 / WESTERN WYOMING PATHOLOGY 1,400.00 /WICKLANDER-ZULAWSKI & ASSOCIATES 1,485.00 / WILLIAMS AUTOMOTIVE INC. 179.39 /WINDRIVER PIZZA 54.01 / WISE CONNECTIONS 9.21 / RALPH E. WOOD 2,357.50 /WORTHINGTON,LENHART AND 1,490.00 / WYOMING MACHINERY COMPANY 15,967.34 /WYOMING.COM 64.95 / WYOMING RANGE MEDICAL 2,475.00
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 5:10 p.m.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
SUBLETTE COUNTY, WYOMING
/s/ William W. Cramer, Chairman
/s/Mary L. Lankford, County Clerk
Published in the Sublette Examiner March 8, 2007.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
The Board of County Commissioners of the County of Sublette has decided to alter or vacate part of the Cottonwood-Ryegrass County road No. 23-117 through the NE1/4SW1/4, NE1/4NW1/4SW1/4, and SW1/4NW1/4 of Section 28, T32N, R111W.
All objections thereto or claims for damages by reason thereof must be filed in writing with the County Clerk of said County, before noon on the 19th day of March 2007, or such road will be altered or vacated without reference to such objections or claims for damages.
DATED this 20th day of February, 2007.
COUNTY OF SUBLETTE
/s/ Mary L. Lankford, County Clerk
Published in the Sublette Examiner, March 8, 15 & 22 2007.
The Sublette County Board of County Commissioners are in the process of developing a website to better serve the citizens of Sublette County. The website will provide links to County departments and services and will be made available to the public within the next several months. The website will include a link to the Sublette County Geographic Information System (GIS). The Sublette County GIS provides ownership information; which includes property owner name, mailing address, street address and legal description. Additional information available on the County GIS site will include road names/centerlines, rivers and lakes, subdivisions, FEMA flood zones, aerial photography, voter precincts and zoning districts. The information to be made available on the County website and GIS can currently be obtained and will remain available through the County Assessors Office, County Clerk or County Planning Department. The County Commissioners are sensitive to the privacy concerns of County citizens, which is the purpose of this notice. As ownership information, which includes the property owner name and mailing address will be made available through the link to the GIS on the County website, the Sublette County Commissioners are utilizing this public notice to inform citizens before the website and GIS information is made available to the public. Should you have concerns regarding the information to be made available on the Sublette County website and GIS link contact Mary Lankford, County Clerk at (307) 367-4372, (307) 276-3827 or e-mail your concerns to firstname.lastname@example.org
Published in the Sublette Examiner March 8 & 15, 2007.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Notice is hereby given of a public hearing on the proposed transfer of the following funds:
UnanticipatedRevenue $ 689,392.12
Depreciation Reserve-Landfill Reserve 100,000.00
Depreciation Reserve-Building Projects & Maintenance 2,080,000.00
Depreciation Reserve-Sr. Centers/Facilities, Capital 1,000,000.00
Depreciation Reserve-Recreation, Capital 150,000.00
Depreciation Reserve-Human Services 2,321,000.00
Depreciation Reserve-Airports 33,000.00
Depreciation Reserve-Library, Capital 200,000.00
County Commissioners-New Vehicle Reserve 10,050.00
Assessor-New Vehicle Reserve 6,100.00
Planning & Zoning-New Vehicle Reserve 1,250.00
Detention-New Vehicle Reserve 5,800.00
Law Enforcement-New Vehicle Reserve 125,000.00
Coroner-New Vehicle Reserve
Road & Bridge-Heavy Equipment Reserve 250,000.00
Health Officer & Sanitarian-New Vehicle Reserve 1,125.00
Emergency Management-New Vehicle Reserve 5,000.00
TOTAL $ 6,981,592.12
To supplement the following funds in the amounts shown:
Detention-Prisoners Medical Expense 258.00
Courthouse & Maintenance-Maintenance Shop Project 80,000.00
Planning & Zoning-Plat Review 6,207.00
Law Enforcement-Resource Officer 342.00
Law Enforcement-Uniforms 65.00
Law Enforcement-Telephone 250.00
Law Enforcement-Training 365.75
Law Enforcement-Maintenance on Vehicles 1,627.80
County Health-Bioterrorism 8,270.00
Road & Bridge-Laborers Salary 25,368.90
Road & Bridge-Materials 500.00
Road & Bridge-Building Construction 1,500,000.00
Waste Management-Equipment Hire 100,000.00
Drug Court-Drug Testing/Supplies 195.00
Emergency Management-Emergency Equipment/Supplies 36,500.00
General Fund-County Officers Expense 55.00
General Fund-Postage 358.43
General Fund-Sr. Citizens, Pinedale 50,000.00
General Fund-Our Families Our Futures 3,007.67
General Fund-Sage Grouse Working Group 3,000.00
General Fund-Sand Draw 950,000.00
General Fund-Pinedale Clinic 1,500,000.00
General Fund-Discovery Center 71,000.00
General Fund-Visitor Center 750,000.00
General Fund-Rural Health Care District 1,000,000.00
General Fund-Library Addition 200,000.00
General Fund-Golf Course Expansion 150,000.00
General Fund-Veterans Services 1,600.00
General Fund-Airport Reserve 33,000.00
Equipment Reserve 494,705.00
TOTAL $ 6,91,592.12
The said hearing will be held in the Commissioners Meeting Room of the Sublette County Courthouse in Pinedale, Wyoming, on the 9th of March, 2007, at 1:30 p.m., at which time any and all persons interested may appear and be heard respecting such transfer of funds.
Dated this 2nd day of March, 2007, at Pinedale, Wyoming.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
SUBLETTE COUNTY, WYOMING
/s/ William W. Cramer, Chairman
/s/ Mary L. Lankford, County Clerk
Published in the Sublette Examiner, March 8, 2007
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