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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 license for 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 issuance of this license will be heard on June 9, 2006, at 3 p.m. at the clerk’s officeat the Marbleton Town Hall.
Town of Marbleton
Published in the Sublette Examiner: May 4, 11, 18 and 25,2006.
State of Wyoming ) )ss.
County of Sublette )
Bridgett Lee Thoman, )
Jacob Blaine Thoman, )
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, Civil Action No. 2006-6851 has been filed in the Wyoming District Court for the 9th Judicial District, whose address is Pinedale Wyoming, seeking a dissolution of your marriage to Bridgett Lee Thoman and a Decree of Absolute divorce in his/her favor. Unless you file an answer or otherwise respond to this Complaint for Divorce within 30 days following the last date of publication of this notice, a Default Judgment will be taken against you and a Decree of Divorce will 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.
Notice of Application for Renewal of Retail Liquor License
Notice is hereby given on the 1st day of May, 2006, Randy and Shawna McNinch filed an application for renewal of a restaurant liquor license for Rio Verde Grill 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 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 p.m. at the clerk’s office at the Marbleton Town Hall.
Town of Marbleton
Published in the Sublette Examiner: May 4, 11, 18 and 25, 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 liquo rlicense 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
Published in the Sublette Examiner May 11, 18, 25 and June 1, 2006
Before the Board of County Commissioners of the State of Wyoming, County of Sublette
Matthew D. Miller, )
Frank Nataros, Ann Nataros, )
Analind Corporation LTD., )
Willow Springs Cattle Company, )
A Wyoming corporation )
Zack Roberts, Patti Roberts, )
Docket No. 0601
Applicant for the establishment of private road
Comes now, Matthew D. Miller, by and through his attorneys King & King, and pursuant to the provisions of Wyo. Stat. Sections 24-9-101 et. Seq. (Supp. 2000), hereby files this Application for Establishment of a Private Road with the Board of County Commissioners of the County of Sublette, State of Wyoming.
1. Matthew D. Miller owns a certain parcel of real property located in Sublette County, Wyoming. The real property has no reasonable or practical legally enforceable outlet to or connection with a public road and has no practical or convenient legally enforceable means of access. The legal description for Matthew D. Miller’s real property in Sublette County is as follows:
Township 36 North, Range 112 West of the 6th P.M. SubletteCounty, Wyoming:
Section 8: S1/2 S1/2
Section 15: The North 35 acres of the SW1/4NW1/4 with thesouth line parallel with the north line of said SW1/4NW1/4
Section 17: All
Section 18: E1/2
Section 20: All
Section 28: W1/2
Section 29: All
Section 32: All
Section 33: All
Applicant’s real property described above shall hereafter bereferred to as the “subject property.”
2. The subject property has no legally enforceable access in that the land is surrounded on all sides by land owned by other persons or entities or natural or man-made barriers making access unreasonably costly.
3. Access to the subject property is currently obtained via a road which crosses the property of respondents. Petitioner is informed and believes that the current road was established in approximately 1959, at the request of the Army Corps of Engineers, for purposes of constructing a levee. The road has been continuously used since then without interruption to gain access to the subject property; however, an easement has never been formally granted by respondents even though respondents have not objected to its use by applicant. A map depicting the general location of the access route is attached hereto as Exhibit A. A written description of the proposed access route is attached hereto as Exhibit B.
4. In correspondence dated June 6, 2005, applicant attempted to obtain an enforceable easement from the affected landowners. A copy of said correspondence is attached hereto as Exhibit C. In said correspondence, applicant proposed to undertake the cost of a survey and preparation of the easement and proposed that the easement follow the same road that currently exists. No response was received to said correspondence. On Jan. 26, 2006, applicant’s attorney sent additional correspondence to the affected owners reiterating applicant’s willingness to purchase an easement. A copy of said additional correspondence is attached hereto as Exhibit D. No response has been received to this correspondence as well. It is applicant’s understanding that respondents Zack & Patti Roberts have no objection to the creation of this easement.
5. A legal description and the names and addresses of the affected parties of all land over which the proposed access route would crossis as follows:
a) Frank Nataros, Ann Nataros, Analind WY, LLC,
Anam, Inc., Willow Springs Cattle Company, a Wyoming Corporation
c/o Bruce McKinsey, Esq.
1600 E. Hanley Blvd, Suite 128
Tuscon, AZ 85737
Township 36 North-Range 111 West 6th P.M., Section 31: Allthat portion of Lot 1 Lying Westerly of U.S. Highway 191. Section 31: Lot 2. Township35 North-Range 112 West, 6th P.M. Section 1: Lots 3, 4 (N/2NW). Township 36North-Range 112 West, 6th P.M. Section 36: All.
b) Patti & Zack Roberts
P.O. Box 11
Daniel, Wyo., 83115
Township 36 North-Range 112 West, 6th P.M. Section 35: All,Section 34: All.
6. No action of applicant or any person with the consent or knowledge of the applicant, caused the applicant’s land to lose or to not have any legally enforceable access.
7. Applicant will, pursuant to Wyo. Stat. Section24-9-101(b) provide Notice of his pending Application for Establishment of aPrivate Road, in writing by certified mail, return receipt requested, to theaffected parties within ten (10) days after the filing of this application withthe Board of County Commissioners. Said notice shall include a complete copy ofthis application.
Wherefore, the applicant Matthew D. Miller prays that this Board of County Commissioners review this application and find that theapplicant has complied with the law in his application and notice; that the Board of County Commissioners schedule a hearing to determine whether the applicanthas no legally enforceable access to his land at such time as to allow theapplicant to provide the affected parties with at least sixty (60) days prior notice of the hearing; that the Board of County Commissioners find that theapplicant has satisfied the requirements of Wyo. Stat. Section 24-9-101 (Supp2000) and access is necessary because the applicant has no legally enforceableaccess; that the Board of County Commissioners appoint three disinterestedfreeholders, electors of Sublette county, as viewers and appraisers andthereafter cause an order to be issued directing them to meet on a day named inthe order on the proposed access road then and there to view and locate theprivate road according to the application and to assess damages to be sustainedtherefor. Upon completion of that process, the applicant prays that the road bedeclared a private road and recorded as such as provided by law.
Dated this ________day of ___________, 2006
Matthew D. Miller
King & King, LLC.
P.O. Box 40
Jackson, Wyo., 83001
Published in the Sublette Examiner May 11, 18 and 25, 2006.
State of Wyoming
County of Sublette
In the Matter of the )
Estate Of Clyde Randolph )
In the District Court
Ninth Judicial District
Probate No. 2006-1982
Notice of application for decree of distribution of Wyomingreal property pursuant to the summary procedure of Wyo. Stat. 2-1-205
To all persons interested in said estate:
You are hereby notified that on or about the 12th day ofMay, 2006, the Estate of Clyde Randolph Lovelace filed an application fordecree of distribution of Wyoming real property pursuant to the summaryprocedure of Wyoming Statute 2-1-205 (“Summary Application”) with the Ninth Judicial District Court in order to transfer an oil and gas interest located inSublette County, Wyoming, to the spouse of the deceased.
Notice is further given that all persons disputing or objectingto the summary application file them in duplicate in the office of the clerk ofNinth Judicial District Court, 21 South Tyler, Pinedale, Wyo., 82941, on orbefore publication of this notice for two consecutive weeks commencing on orabout May 18, 2006, as thereafter the court will consider the summaryapplication. Any disputes or objections should also be served upon the undersigned using the following information: The Estate of Clyde RandolphLovelace, c/o Balzer Law Firm, P.C.; 1770 Monarch Circle, Loveland, Colorado80538.
Dated this 8th day of May, 2006.
Cody L. Balzer
Balzer Law Firm, P.C.
1770 Monarch Circle
Loveland, Colo. 80538
Published in the Sublette Examiner May 18 and 25, 2006.
Town of Pinedale Regular Session Minutes for
Monday, April 24, 2006
STATE OF WYOMING )
COUNTY OF SUBLETTE )ss.
TOWN OF PINEDALE )
The Town Council of the Town of Pinedale met in regular session Monday, April 24, 2006, at 5:30 p.m., in the Town Hall. Those present: Rose Skinner, Nylla Kunard, Miriam Carlson, Barbara Boyce and GaryHeuck. Also present: Wes Wilson, representing Wilson Brothers Construction; Chris House; Michael Kudar, representing Real Estate/Owners Agent; Paul Rock and Robert Brito representing Pinedale Planning and Zoning; Becky Gregory, representing Big Brothers Big Sisters; Hayes Randol and Jim Whinnery, representing the Sublette County Sheriff’s Department; John A Sulenta, representing Redstone Properties; Dennis Fornstrom and Aaron Seehafer, representing Rio Verde Engineering; Jeffrey Jacquet, Socioeconomic Analyst; Steve Smith; Jeff Swain, representing Hi Country Counseling; Barbara Burroughs and Judy Montague, representing The Learning Center; Katie Isacksen, representing the Pinedale Roundup and Isabel Rucker, representing the Sublette Examiner.
Mayor Skinner brought the meeting to order. Motion by Heuck to amend the minutes of the April 4th meeting to add “Heuck questioned Seehafer if all permits were in place with the project. Seehafer, representing Rio Verde Engineering, stated the only permit not in was the crossing of Pine Street from the Wyoming Highway Department.” Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously. Motion by Heuck to approvethe amended minutes of the April 4th meeting and the minutes of the April 10th meeting as written. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Julie Early, Animal Control Officer, reported the monthly activities of the animal control department. Motion by Carlson to allow the Animal Control Officer to purchase a computer not to exceed $2,000.00. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Ron Brown, Public Works Director, reported the monthly activities of the public works department. Brown reported he was advertising for summer help.
Hayes Randol, representing the Sublette County Sheriff’s Department, reported the monthly activities of the sheriff’s department.
Laurie Latta, Mayor’s Assistant, reported her monthly activities.
Meghan Thoreau, Planning and Zoning Administrator, reported the monthly activities of the planning and zoning department. After discussion motion by Boyce to immediately start using the new Application for Building Permits that Thoreau has drawn up. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously. Council agreed to follow the ordinance of the schedule of fees for the planning and zoning.
The meeting was opened for budget requests.
Judy Montague and Barbara Burroughs, representing The Learning Center, requested funding of $3,000.00.
Becky Gregory, representing Big Brothers Big Sister of Sublette County, requested funding of $1,200.00.
Jeff Swain, representing Hi Country Counseling, requested funding of $500.00.
Dennis Fornstrom, representing Rio Verde Engineering, presented Vista Grande’s request for plat approval of the split of Lot 1 (southwest corner) to create two lots, Lot 1 and Lot 2. Meghan Thoreau, representing the Pinedale Planning and Zoning, reported the Board had approved the plat. After discussion motion by Boyce to approve the final plat of the Vista Grande Addition. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Dennis Fornstrom, representing Rio Verde Engineering, presented Redstone Properties request for plat approval of Redstone Ninth Addition, to create 14 residential lots. Meghan Thoreau, representing the Pinedale Planning and Zoning, reported the Board had approved the plat with the understanding the Council would be discussing the issue to enforce or waive the requirements of sidewalks, curbs and gutters in new subdivisions. After discussion motion by Heuck to approve the plat for Redstone Ninth Addition and an Irrevocable Letter of Credit in the amount of $585,870.00 for the completion of the utilities. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously. Paul Rock, a member of the Pinedale Planning and Zoning Board, discussed the requirement of sidewalks by ordinance for new subdivisions. Robert Brito, a member of the Pinedale Planning and Zoning Board, discussed the sidewalk ordinance for new subdivisions. After discussion motion by Boyce to waive the sidewalks in this project. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously. Laurie Latta, Mayor’s Assistant, stated she had heard support of sidewalks. John Sulenta, representing Redstone Properties, discussed working with the Public Works Department with the planning of sidewalks.
Mike Kudar, representing Lots 1-17, Block 1, Triangle Addition, presented a request for a temporary use permit for a real estate building. Meghan Thoreau, representing the Pinedale Planning and Zoning Board, reported the Board had approved the temporary use. After discussion motion by Boyce to grant the temporary use permit for Lots 1-17, Block 1,Triangle Addition, coming back for renewal every 6 months for a total not to exceed 2 years. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Mike Kudar discussed a proposed new development in Redstone Addition, planned unit development. No action taken.
Gary Heuck, representing the Pinedale Boat Club, informed the Council the Pinedale Boat Club would like to donate four $500.00 scholarships, to Pinedale High School students and home-schooled students, in the Town of Pinedale’s name. Motion by Carlson to accept the generous offer and to thank the Pinedale Boat Club. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
After lengthy discussion regarding the Town Shop/Dog Pound Project motion by Heuck to have Ed Wood, Town Attorney, draw up a letter of discontinuance of the Bonding Company and the Town take over the project and hire a contractor to finish the project. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Aaron Seehafer, representing Rio Verde Engineering, gave an update on the Sublette Avenue Sewer and Water Rehabilitation Project, the Sublette Avenue Valley Pan Project and the 2006 Tyler Avenue Water Rehabilitation Project. Seehafer presented two change orders, Wilson Brothers’ requesting an increase of $9,134. 00 to the Sublette Avenue Water and Sewer Rehabilitation Project and an increase of $35,642.60 to the Sublette Avenue Valley Pan Project. Council agreed to take both under advisement.
Motion by Heuck to approve Ordinance 388, an Ordinance amending the Zoning Map of the Town of Pinedale to reflect the amendment of the zoning classification of Lots one, two, three, four, five, six and seven of Block One of the Hines Addition, Town of Pinedale, from the present zone district classification to R-1 Zone district, on the 3rd reading. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
After discussion motion by Carlson to waive the fee and deposit for the American Park for the Sublette County Chamber of Commerce to use for the May 13th Community Clean up Day. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Carlson to sign the Professional Services Agreement for SCADA System for water and Wastewater Facilities with Stantec Consulting, Inc., in the amount of $74,933.00. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Heuck to approve the Application for 24 Hour Catering/Malt Beverage Permit for the Leaning Center’s fundraiser at the Pinedale Ice Arena on May the 6th. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
After discussion motion by Boyce to re-appoint Nylla Kunard to the PAWG Committee as the Town of Pinedale’s representative. Motion seconded. Carlson voted aye, Heuck voted aye, Boyce voted aye and Kunard abstained. Motion carried.
Motion by Carlson to appoint Sue Kramer, Verna Walker, Buzz Esterholt, Alberta McAndrews and Barbara Pfaff as election judges for the May 2nd Municipal Election. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously. Motion by Carlson to appoint Marjene Anderson and Millie Pape as canvassing board members for the May 2nd Municipal Election. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Carlson to reduce Redstone Corporation’s Irrevocable Letter of Credit for its Country Club Meadows Subdivision from $489,070.00 to $31,896.00. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Carlson to reduce Redstone Corporation’s Irrevocable Letter of Credit for its Fox Willow III Subdivision from $701,589 to $95,000.00. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Carlson to release Redstone Corporation’s Irrevocable Letter of Credit for Fox Willow I. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Carlson reported the Sublette County Ski Club had requested the town’s barbecue grill After discussion motion by Heuck to allow the use of the barbecue grill with a $50.00 deposit required. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
The following bills were presented for payment:
WYDOT 2,345.94; Rio Verde Engineering 7,504.00; Wyoming Analytical 340.00; Zee Medical 67.30; Pacific Power 350.26; Union Telephone 112.62; CenturyTel 2,491.40; Petty Cash/Patty Racich 17.97; USA Blue Book 335.71; US Welding 14.95; Western Plains 1,469.58; Plainsman 638.35;wyoming.com, LLC 77.95; Anderson Highway Signs 486.64; Rocky Mountain Propane 716.00; American Linen 34.00; R & E Computer 201.00; Dire Wolf Studio 413.00; International Coed Council 442.00; Mary Sour 80.00; Aramark 99.93; Laurie Latta 118.65; Worthington, Lenhart, Carpenter 4,702.50; Randy Russell 195.25; Wyoming Community Foundation 41.27; University of Wyoming 250.00; FCC 545.70; Worker’s Compensation 292.68; Lucy Rental 303.00; Robert Laing 151.50; Lisa Carter 151.50; Stacy Aster 151.50; Allister Scotford Trust 327.54; VMD,LLC 281.89.
Motion by Boyce to pay the bills as presented. Motionseconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Heuck to adjourn. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Meeting adjourned at 8:15 p.m.
Published in the Sublette Examiner May 25, 2006.
Town Of Pinedale Regular Session Minutes for
Monday, May 8, 2006
STATE OF WYOMING )
COUNY OF SUBLETTE )ss.
TOWN OF PINEDALE )
The Town Council of the Town of Pinedale met in regular session, Monday, 8 May 2006, at 5:30 p.m., in the town hall. Council present: Mayor Rose Skinner, Barbara Boyce, Gary Heuck, Miriam Carlson and Nylla Kunard.
Also present: Ron Brown, public works director; Ed Wood, town attorney; Meghan Thoreau, P&Z Administrator; Mark Eatinger, Dennis Fornstrom and Aaron Seehafer, representing Rio Verde Engineering; Steve Smith;J ohn Harber; Chris House; Justin Jones; Tom Brown; Rex Polson; Kenny Becker; Martha Ptanisk, representing PDM, LLC; Pat Cole; Debbie Wood; Katie Isacksen, representing Pinedale Roundup Isabel Rucker, representing the Sublette Examiner.
5:31 p.m. Rose called the meeting to order. Motion by Carlson to approve the minutes of the special meeting, Wednesday, 26 April, 2006 as written. Motioned seconded. Motion carried.
Ron Brown reported the lagoon project to be coming along without problems. (Informative Item)
Aaron Seehafer represented Rio Verde Engineering for a project update report. There is a change order request for concrete on the Sublette Avenue Sewer and Water Project, concrete change order number 2. Thechange order request involves the increase in concrete, the cost of $9,134.32. Seehafer does not recommend accepting the change order. Carlson motioned to not accept concrete change order number 2. Kunard seconded motion. Motion carried unanimously. A second change order was issued for a concrete box culvert will replace CMP and lower street grade. Boyce motioned to accept change order for concrete box and the addition of ditch restoration that involves material that will be brought in and compacted to form the west bank against the street, then the ditch dug out. Kunard seconded motion. Motion carried unanimously. It was also reported by Seehafer that the highway crossing will be beginning in the next two weeks as per work breakdown schedule.
Seehafer continued his report with the Sublette AvenueV alley Pan Project. Change order number 1 was brought up, which involves the increase in concrete costs. Due to last year’s construction activities, the town saved money on not using as much crushed base for the valley pans as expected, therefore the savings, makes this new change order valid. Seehafer recommendsthe approval of the cost adjustment to change order number 1. Carlson motioned to approve change order. Boyce seconded motion. Motion carried. Heuck opposed motion.
Seehafer continued his report with the Tyler Avenue Waterline Project. The south creek channel was crossed last week. The north channel is currently being prepared to cross in the next couple days. Work will continue in these two areas this week with concrete vaults coming in.(Informative Item)
Mayor Rose Skinner stated that the budget for the infrastructure, of $16,805,661.60, must be submitted by 15 of May 2006. There are four major projects: 1) Town of Pinedale – 2004 Sewer and Water Rehabilitation Project, Phase III – West Main Sewerline Rehabilitation,2) Town of Pinedale – 2005, Phase I – South Main Sewerline, 3) Town of Pinedale – 2004 Sewer and Water Rehabilitation Project, Phase IV– Fremont Avenue Water and Sewer, 4) Town of Pinedale – 2004 Sewer and Water Rehabilitation Project, Phase V – Franklin, Maybell, and Magnolia Water and Sewer. Alvin Mitchell, Fire Chief of Pinedale’s Volunteer Fire Department wrote in a letter asking for the fifth project, 5) Funding fora 100 foot aerial platform fire apparatus/ fire truck. Kunard motioned to present budget at state/county level. Heuck seconded motion. Motion carried unanimously.
The council gave Ed Wood the authority to fax/ mail the time frame and expectations to the bonding agent on the town shop. Heuck motioned tosend letter, but add the completion of the dog pound. Boyce Seconded motion. Motion carried unanimously.
Jamison Ziegler represented Okland Construction for the proposed Sublette County District No. 1 aquatic center, 74,000 SF new construction. There were some concerns stated from the engineering report which were answered in the Pinedale Planning and Zoning Board, and answered in letter form to council. There was some concern about the drainage of roof. Legal: T34NR1009W SEC 34, Cooley Fifth Addition. (Informative Item)
John Harber representing Matt Harber’s subdivision development on Jade Street and Par Avenue, The preliminary plat was presented before the Planning and Zoning Board. Sidewalk discussion occurs and Harber was not opposed to being the first example of sidewalk imposed ordinances on new subdivisions. Harber sees the benefits and deterrents of sides and will do as the board/council approves. Harber added during the council meeting of possible SID programs, which would bring sidewalks to the main roads and allow them to be more versatile and not an isolated usage. Overriding Planning and Zoning Board’s recommendation, Heuck motioned not to enforce sidewalks on Par Avenue First Addition. Boyce seconded motion. Kunard and Carlson opposed motion. Mayor Skinner voted for the motion. Motion Carries. Heuck Motioned to approve preliminary and final plat. Boyce seconded motion. Motion carried unanimously.
Justin Jones presented the proposed 1568 SF single-family residence to be built. Variance was requested for a front set-back of 20 feet reduced to 15 feet front side-back. Currently the proposed home is over two lots which must be deeded together. Legal: lot 9 & 10, block 2, Addition Cooley Second Addition. Planning and zoning recommend variance. Heuck Motioned to grant variance. Boyce seconded motion. Motion carried unanimously.
Bernadette Majhanovich proposed addition to home, 45 feet x 30 feet. The proposed addition will be used as a garage/living area. Majhanovich requested a variance be allowed, due to the property built on a corner lot and the home built on an angle causing a square addition to be difficult to met residential set-backs. One corner of the proposed addition will have a four (4) foot set-back, another request for reduction in set-backs were on the 20-foot set-back in fringing on a proposed door on Jade Street. Legal: Lot 1, block 4, Redstone First Addition. Planning and zoning recommended variance. Council discussed variance request and permitted the front set-back to be adjusted to 18 feet instead of 19 feet as planning and zoning recommended. Boyce motioned to accept variances of 4 foot and 18 foot. Heuck seconded motion. Motion carried unanimously.
Tony Chambers presented the proposal for the Sublette County Medical Clinic Ambulance Barn. The structure, 6558 SF, is an allowed business in the new R2-A zoning. The building will be located east of the proposed medical clinic facing Half Moon Street. Legal: Sublette County medical clinic, Jay Fear Annexation. Planning and Zoning Board approved building permit.(Informative Item)
Rusty Gooch and John Miller from Miller Construction proposed construction of a new roof. Variance requested for east side of building due to building being built on property line. The over hang would fall on Town property, not private and would be a roofed walk-way for the public. Legal: Lot 11-14, block 3, original. Planning and Zoning Board recommended approval of variance. After ashort discussion, Boyce motioned to grant variance. Kunard seconded motion. Motion carried unanimously.
PDM, LLC: Proposed county subdivision. Description: 59 acres, 14 dwellings, two-acre lots. Located south, adjacent to Pole Creek Road. A few lots come within the mile radius of the town limits. Legal: T 33 N R 109W, Sec 2, SW SE, SE SW. Planning and Zoning Board okayed the conceptual plans, there were not engineering reports and therefore no knowledge of drainage issues or county issues to discuss. After a short discussion, Boyce approved conceptual plans. Carlson seconded motion. Motion carried unanimously.
James A. Engstrom proposed project is new construction on a vacant lot, 480 SF home/office building. The lot in question is extremely narrow, 25 feet, for the proposed mixed use building, and violates one of the side set-backs. A variance was asked from 7 feet set-back to 5 feet. Planning and Zoning Board recommended variance. Council discussed variance request, Boyce motioned to grant variance, Carlson seconded motion. Motion carried unanimously.
Tony Chambers presented the proposal for the Sublette County medical clinic ambulance barn during planning and zoning meeting. The structure, 6558 SF, is an allowed business in the new R2-A zoning. The buildingwill be located east of the proposed medical clinic facing Half Moon Street. Legal: Sublette County medical clinic, Jay Fear Annexation. Planning and Zoning Boardapproved building permit. (Informative Item)
Chris Thomas proposed new residential storage garage in commercial zoning, 30’ x 40’ and 12’ high. Existing garage (grandfathered in) is against current ordinance set-backs, resigning on two property lines. The proposed storage garage will have a 21’ set-back facing Adams Street, and the proposed side set-back of three (3) feet on west side. The planning and zoning granted variance from seven (7) feet set-back to four (4) feet set-back, but a length discussion occurred due to a decking around home that comes to close to garage if four (4) feet set-back is permitted. Legal: Lot 13/14, block 6, Jones Addition. There was a short discussion concern Thomas’ set-back variance, itended with Thomas’ variance request of three (3) feet set-back on the west side of garage. Boyce motioned to grant three (3) feet set-back variance. Heuck seconded motion. Motioned carried unanimously. Discussion was held afterwards regarding the waste of land next to properties adjacent to alley ways. There was a request to amend alley set-backs to be reduced to four (4) foot with a 16-inch overhang.
Debbie Wood represented the Sublette Center, 333 North Bridger Avenue, on the matter of sewer/water service rate fee. Wood argued that the center was being billed unfairly. The center was paying the old rates for almost a year, despite the increase town wide. There was a room count discrepancy of 32 rooms being charged when there are only 31 rooms; as well as, certain areas that were NOT charged in the past, ARE being charged now, however, there are still areas of the center that are NOT being charged that should be by town ordinances. Due to the confusion the item was tabled until Patty Racich, Ed Wood and Meghan Thoreau can meet on the issue. Carlson motioned to table the request to lower/change rates on water and sewer due to more study. Boyce seconded motion. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Boyce to adjourn. Carlson seconded motion. Motion carried unanimously.
Meeting adjourned at 7:42 p.m.
MAYOR ROSE SKINNER
PLANNING & ZONING ADMINISTRATOR
Published in the Sublette Examiner May 25, 2006.
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