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Sublette Examiner
Volume 6, Number 6 - May 4, 2006
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Public Notices

Notice of Application for Restaurant Liquor License
Notice is hereby given that on the 10th day of April, 2006, Richard and Carmel Kail applied for an application for a restaurant liquorlicense in the office of the Clerk of the Town of Big Piney, Wyoming, for the following described place and premises, to wit: Wood building located on lot11, and the west 15 feet of lot 12, block 10 of the C.P. McGlashan’s firstaddition to the Town of Big Piney, Wyoming, and protests, if any, against the issuance of this license will be heard May 9th, 2006 at 7 p.m. at the town hall in the council chambers in Big Piney, Wyoming.
/s/ Lisa Hueckstaedt, Town Clerk
Published in the Sublette Examiner April 13, 20, 27 and May4, 2006.

Deceased. )
PROBATE NO. 2006-1979
ALICE E. BARBER, resident of Riverside County, Calif., diedon Dec. 8, 1978.
Her estate was admitted to probate in the Superior Court ofCalifornia, County of Riverside, as Probate No. Indio 6183 on Feb. 9,1979. A decree settling first andfinal report, which corresponds to a decree of distribution in the Wyoming probateprocess, was duly entered in said action Nov. 5, 1979. ROBERT SCHULTZ has fileda petition for order admitting foreign probate with this court, requesting anorder admitting the California probate proceedings described above as a probateof the decedent’s estate in Wyoming. The Wyoming estate of the decedent beingdescribed as follows:
A mineral interest in the following real property:
T.35 N., R.112 W. of the 6th P.M., Sublette County, Wyoming,
Sec. 6: S1/2SW1/4, SW1/4SE1/4
Sec. 7: NW1/4,W1/2NE1/4, NE1/4SE1/4
Hereby take notice that the petition is set for hearing onMay 12, 2006, at 10 a.m. in the courtroom of the Sublette County Courthouse inPinedale, Wyo.
Anyone objecting to said probate or any unpaid creditor ofthe decedent should file notice of said objection or claim with the clerk ofDistrict Court prior to said hearing or appear at said hearing to enter theirobjection or claim. Otherwise, the petition of ROBERT SCHULTZ shall be taken ascorrect and the relief prayed for therein granted.
Clerk of District Court
Published in the Sublette Examiner April 20, 27 and May 4,2006.

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Deceased. )
PROBATE NO. 2006-1980
You are hereby notified that on April 26, 2006, ROBERT SCOTTSCHULTZ filed an Application For Decree Establishing Right And Title To RealProperty requesting that the court enter a decree setting over certain realproperty from ALICE BARBER SCHULTZ to ROBERT SCOTT SCHULTZ.
In said application ROBERT SCOTT SCHULTZ alleges:
1. That the decedent, ALICE BARBER SCHULTZ, died on Nov. 10,2005, in Solano County, State of California leaving real property owned in hisname in Sublette County, Wyoming.
2. That ROBERT SCOTT SCHULTZ is the successor trustee of THEALICE BARBER SCHULTZ SEPARATE PROPERTY TRUST, dated Jan. 26, 1996.
3. That thirty (30) days have elapsed since the death of thececedent.
4. That the entire estate of the cecedent, both real andpersonal, did not exceed One Hundred Fifty Thousand and No/100 ($150,000.00)Dollars.
5. That no application for appointment of a personalrepresentative for the estate of the decedent is now pending or has beengranted in any jurisdiction.
6. That the decedent owned certain real property in SubletteCounty, Wyoming, to-wit:
A mineral interest in the following real property:
T. 35 N., R.112 W. of the 6th P.M., Sublette County,Wyoming,
Sec. 6: S1/2SW1/4, SW1/4SE1/4
Sec. 7: NW1/4,W1/2NE1/4, NE1/4SE1/4
The value of this property is less than One Hundred FiftyThousand and NO/100 ($150,000.00) Dollars.
7. That ROBERT SCOTT SCHULTZ, successor trustee of THE ALICEBARBER SCHULTZ SEPARATE PROPERTY TRUST, dated Jan. 26, 1996, is entitled tohave said real property set over to her due to the terms of decedent’s will.
8. That there are no other distributes or heirs of thedecedent having any right to succeed to said real property under probateproceedings.
Anyone having an objection to said application should fileit with the Clerk of District Court, Sublette County, Wyoming prior to May 18,2006.
DATED this ________ day of ____________________, 20____.
/s/Brenda Kennedy
Published in the Sublette Examiner May 4 and 11, 2006.

The Town Council of the Town of Pinedale met in specialsession, called by Mayor Skinner, Wednesday, 26 April, 2006, at 4:10 p.m., inthe town hall, to consider the resending of a motion that was made at thecouncil meeting 24 April 2006, regarding termination of the bonding company,ICW Group, and its involvement in finishing the town shop and dog pound ofPinedale. Council present: Mayor Rose Skinner, Barbara Boyce, Gary Heuck,Miriam Carlson, Nyla Kunard. Also present: Ron Brown public works director, EdWood, town attorney, Meghan Thoreau, P&Z administrator, Steve Manthey,representing Hydro Construction, Isabel Rucker, representing the SubletteExaminer.
The mayor opened the floor for discussion by council andstated the reason the recent decision was made, in her opinion, was the resultof the total frustration that the council saw with the lack of progress on thetown shop. Mayor Skinner believed the council acted without legal advise andthe town’s people would have to pay for all the over-runs above what wasbudgeted; whereas, the bonding company if still involved would have to pick upthe tab. Mayor Skinner call Mr. Day (bonding agent,) and asked if he’d considerusing a general contractor and he agreed he would do that (nothing substantialas of yet, however.) Mayor Skinner called two entities; one had no interest inbecoming the general contractor. The other party showed some interest, butneeds time to weight the risk and costs involved before considering the projectof the town shop. In the meantime the inefficient cement floor has been removedand Meghan Thoreau, planning and zoning administrator, will give an overview ofactivity since then. Thoreau reported the following:
21 March 2006
Mark Schnert possible roof and siding contractor, Mr. Daysaid “90 percent of the roof is completed … siding is still good,” Lowersub-grade 2”, 7” concrete foam (SOG), 1” insulation (SOG), Rebuild water tubes,pressure check, wire mesh, Concrete slab, roof, and siding will start in April.
17 April 2006
Teletractors, Inc. from Pinedale examined the state of thetown shop and established: Plastic piping will have to be replaced, gravel willhave to be removed from the pipes, perimeter 1-1/2” pipes will have to bereplaced on the outside. Tomorrow Teletractors will lower sub-grade to properelevations, inspector Richard Scheerer from G & S Structural Engineeringwill be stopping by from Idaho Falls to do the inspection. Contact number:208-523-6918. Plumber has not been selected, but will be in-charge ofinspection/ repair of pipes – and at this time be responsible for cameraprobe.
18 April 2006
Richard Scheerer came and okayed sub-grade elevations, aslong as we maintain 7” depth perimeter, sloping inward to drains with a centerdepth of 6.” The foam under the slab needs to be DOW Blue Board, the foam underoffice slab is incorrect, but will be okay due to occupancy being of lesserweight. There was concern about the northern wall being of different materialand where match line is will always have future patching and maintenance. Someof the insulation was damaged when Accord scooped the broken slab rubble.Drains will have to be dug out and replaced in the garages sections. Conditionof insulation is degrading. Roof vapor was put on wrong.
20 April 2006
Plumbing contractor is American West, due to start next week(24th-28th).
24 April 2006
Marcus Day verified American West scheduled to tear out oldpiping before concrete is laid and pipe inspection is done.
25 April 2005
Mayor Rose Skinner called Marcus Day, and gave the reportthat he would try getting Hydro GC on the job, but no confirmation at thistime, Marcus Day is trying to get a hold of American West Contractor to starttearing up the old pipes in the garage floor.
At this time American West Construction has not started theremoval of the broken sewer piping in the garages. Ed Wood, town attorney,stated the importance of severing the town’s relationship with the bondingcompany correctly, so as not to hurt the town in latter legal technicalities.Currently the bonding agent has accepted the financial responsibility and anyoverage charges would apply to the bonding agent, not the town.
Nylla Kunard voiced a concern with no time limit given bythe bonding agent, as of now, concerning the project and recalled the pastdifficulty in arbitration and change orders. Gary Heuck believes the town hasgranted change orders, time extensions, promises, arbitrations, legal fees,with nothing great to show for the years of struggle. In lieu of the irritationwith the bonding agent, Heuck will not change his vote from the past councilmeeting, the 24 April 2006. Heuck is under the belief that if we (the town) goand finish the town shop ourselves, he doesn’t see why we cannot go against thebonding company, JFC, and KM, with a lawyer working on a percentage. When askedif this thinking is possible, Ed Wood, town attorney, stated it was very seldomseen with those types of arrangements in commercial lineage. However it ispossible, but taking the proper legal procedures would strength the townposition if legal action was taken against the bonding company.
Barbara Boyce cannot see the council staying with the pastmotion, because it’s going to cost the town more money than we have, and thetown will hold it against us. Boyce believes there’s no choice but to push the bondingcompany and get them started. To Boyce it seems like we’re right on the brink,but it sounded that way for four years, and yet she doesn’t see how we can notgive it a go (through a legal documentation stating goals and completion dates)and than if they screw it up we have something on their heads.
Kunard voiced her concern about our belief that the bondingcompany is going to pay all the extended costs and doesn’t believe there goingto pay it. She believes we should budget the new costs of construction on theproject and do it ourselves.
Mayor Skinner is afraid if we take it away from the bondingcompany we risk taking on the financial costs purely ourselves and as of nowthere’s talk of the bonding company possibility of taking on a general contractorand we should allow for that change through today’s decision.
Thoreau, planning and zoning administrator, added heragreement with Barbara, where the town stands on the brink of seeing action. Asit stands now, we do not have a general contractor or a supervisor overseeingthe project, but a bonding agency working out of San Diego. However, if we doaccomplish getting a general contractor on the project, where construction istheir profession, it could move things along; it would bring a schedule and budgetto the shop. The town shop will most likely cost more than $300,000 dollars tocomplete and therefore is the town prepared to pay twice over? And if stayingwith the bonding agent means paying some of the over riding construction costsand change orders, the bonding company will not cover, is still more costeffective than paying the complete construction costs in their entirety withoutthe bonding agents coverage. Thoreau sees the slowness and frustration, but ifthe town is going to sever ties with the bonding agency, we should do solegally with the proper legally written letter to protect the town from futurelegal disputes with the bonding agency.
Steve Manthey of Hydro Construction, general contractor, waspresent through the discussion and the representative stated the risks involvedin taken over a project started by another constructor. However, Hydro hasformed good relations with the town after the new sewage treatment facilitiesand would like time to review and weigh the risks before taking on the townshop. Nothing has been agreed to as this time.
Boyce motioned to resend the motion made to sever bondingcompany in the 24 April 2006 council meeting. Motion seconded. Heuck and Kunardvoted against the motion. Boyce and Carlson voted with the motion. MayorSkinner voted with the motion. Motion carried.
Motion by Boyce to adjourn. Motion seconded the motion.Motion carried unanimously. 4:40 p.m.
Published in the Sublette Examiner May 4, 2006.

Notice of Application for Renewal of Retail Liquor License
Notice is hereby given on the 1st day of May, 2006,Waterhole #3 LLC filed an application for renewal of a retail liquor licensefor Waterhole #3 in the office of the Clerk of the Town of Marbleton, Wyoming,for the described place to wit; frame building located at block 24 lots 16-19,of the original town site of Marbleton. Protests, if any, against the issuanceof this license, will be heard on June 9, 2006, at 3 p.m. at the clerks officeat the Marbleton Town Hall.
Town of Marbleton
Anita Bartosh/Clerk
Published in the Sublette Examiner: May 4, 11, 18 and 25,2006.

State of Wyoming ) )ss.
County of Sublette )
Bridgett Lee Thoman, )
Plaintiff )
vs )
Jacob Blaine Thoman, )
Defendant )
In the District Court
Ninth Judicial District
Civil Action No. 2006-6851
Notice to Jacob B. Thoman, Defendant
Current Address: Unknown
You are hereby notified that a Complaint for Divorce, CivilAction No. 2006-6851 has been filed in the Wyoming District Court for the 9thJudicial District, whose address is Pinedale Wyoming, seeking a dissolution ofyour marriage to Bridgett Lee Thoman and a Decree of Absolute divorce inhis/her favor. Unless you file an answer or otherwise respond to this Complaintfor Divorce within 30 days following the last date of publication of thisnotice, a Default Judgment will be taken against you and a Decree of Divorcewill be granted.
Dated this 28th day of April, 2006.
By Clerk of Court
/s/ Brenda Kennedy
Deputy Clerk of Court
Published in the Sublette Examiner May 4,11,18 and 25, 2006.

State of Wyoming )
County of Sublette )
In the District Court
Ninth Judicial District
In the Matter of the Boulder Irrigation District
Docket No. 41
The Commissioners of the Boulder Irrigation District havingfiled their 2006 Annual Budget and Report herein, showing an itemized statementof the money to be raised by assessment within the district for the purposes ofmaintenance, repayment of loan and interest and to meet the yearly currentexpenses of the district;
It is hereby ordered that on the 8th day of May, 2006, at 10a.m. or as soon thereafter as counsel may be heard, is the time and thecourtroom in the Sublette County Courthouse is the place when and where allobjections thereto may be heard.
It is further ordered that a copy of this order be publishedin the Sublette Examiner, Wyoming.
Dated this 27th day of April, 2006.
Marilyn M. Jensen
District Court Clerk
Published in the Sublette Examiner May 4, 2006.

Notice of Application for Renewal of Retail Liquor License
Notice is hereby given on the 1st day of May, 2006, Randyand Shawna McNinch filed an application for renewal of a restaurant liquorlicense for Rio Verde Grill in the office of the Clerk of the Town ofMarbleton, Wyoming, for the described place to wit; frame building located atblock 25 lots 13-14, of the original town site of Marbleton. Protests, if any,against the issuance of this license, will be heard on June 9, 2006, at 3 the clerk’s office at the Marbleton Town Hall.
Town of Marbleton
Anita Bartosh/Clerk
Published in the Sublette Examiner: May 4, 11, 18 and 25,2006.

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