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Volume 7, Number 1 - March 29, 2007
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The Board of County Commissioners of the County of Sublette has decided to alter a part of the Muddy Creek County Road No. 23-177 commencing at Station 25+39.8 on the west line of the SW1/4SW1/4, Section 34, T31N, R111W, Sublette County, Wyoming, and running through the SW1/4SW1/4 and NW1/4SW1/4, Section 34, T31N, R111W and Lot 4 (NW1/4NW1/4) Section 3, T30N, R111W and terminating at the north line of said NW1/4SW1/4.
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 12th day of April 2007, or such road will be altered or vacated without reference to such objections or claims for damages.
DATED this 9th day of March 2007.
COUNTY OF SUBLETTE
/s/ Mary L. Lankford, County Clerk
Published in the Sublette Examiner March 15, 22 & 29, 2007.
LIEN SALE NOTICE
The contents of the following storage units will be sold at auction on Tues., March 27, 2007 at 4:00 p.m. The location of the sale is Alsade Storage, 1 Alsade Dr, Marbleton, WY (Hwy 189 and 7th St East). Written rules of the auction will be provided to all bidders. Lessees may redeem their units prior to the auction.
UNITS TO BE SOLD
# 65 Grant Beemer
# 122 Bob Watterson
Public Meetings and Hearings
for the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the Pinedale Resource Management Plan (RMP) for Public Lands Administered by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Pinedale Field Office, Pinedale, Wyoming
The BLM will hold a series of public meetings and hearings in April to receive comments on the Draft EIS for the Pinedale RMP, released in February 2007. The locations, dates, and times of the meetings will be as follows:
Monday, April 9
Best Western Outlaw Inn, 1630 Elk St., Rock Springs, WY
Tuesday, April 10
Teton County Administration Building, 200 S. Willow St., 2nd floor, Jackson, WY
Wednesday, April 11
Sublette County Library, 155 S. Tyler Ave., Pinedale, WY
Thursday, April 12
Marbleton Town Hall, 10700 Hwy. 189, Marbleton, WY
All meetings will consist of an open house-style public meeting from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm, and a formal public hearing from 6:00 pm to last comment.
The above meeting schedule, direct access to the draft RMP/EIS, and other information concerning the draft document are available on the Pinedale RMP website: www.blm.gov/rmp/wy/pinedale. Copies of the draft RMP/EIS can be obtained at BLM’s Pinedale Field Office (307-367-5300) or at BLM’s Wyoming State Office (307-775-6256).
BEFORE THE OIL AND GAS
OF THE STATE OF WYOMING
The following matters will come before this Commission on TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 2007, at 9:00 A.M., or as soon thereafter as the matters may be heard, or between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. on any of the subsequent days during which the Commission remains in session at the office of the State Oil and Gas Supervisor, 2211 King Boulevard, Casper, Wyoming.
Cause No. 11, Order No. 1, DOCKET NO. 120-2007, brought on the Commission’s own motion to ask Ultra Resources, Inc. to show cause as to why fines and penalties should not be levied for its failure to notify the Commission of its intent to spud, in derogation of Chapter 3, Section 22(c) of the Commission’s Rules, its Warbonnet 4D-9D well in Section 9, Township 30 North, Range 108 West, 6th P.M., the Stud Horse Butte 7A-23 wells in Section 23, Township 29 North, Range 108 West, 6th P.M., the Warbonnet 1A-8D wells in Section 5, Township 30 North, Range 108 West, 6th P.M., the Warbonnet 7A2-10D well in Section 10, Township 30 North, Range 108 West, 6th P.M., and the Warbonnet 4A-9D well in Section 9, Township 30 North, Range 108 West, 6th P.M., all in Sublette County, Wyoming.
Cause No. 11, Order No. 1, DOCKET NO. 122-2007, brought on the Commission’s own motion to ask Shell Rocky Mountain Production LLC to show cause as to why fines and penalties should not be levied for its failure to notify the Commission of its intent to spud, in derogation of Chapter 3, Section 22(c) of the Commission’s Rules, its Warbonnet 11D-10D well in Section 10, Township 30 North, Range 108 West, 6th P.M., Sublette County, Wyoming.
Cause No. 3, Order No. 1, DOCKET NO. 149-2007, brought on the application of Ultra Resources, Inc. for an order amending a prior order identified in Docket 665-2005 to clarify drilling density rules for certain non-standard lots within Sections 6-8, 16-21, 27-30, 33 and 34-35, Township 31 North, Range 108 West, 6th P.M.; Section 1, the W1/2 of Section 4, Sections 5-6, 8-16, 21-27, 34-35, and the W1/2 of Section 36, Township 31 North, Range 109 West, 6th P.M.; Section 31, Township 32 North, Range 108 West, 6th P.M.; Sections 25-26, the W1/2, S1/2 NE1/4, SE1/4 of Section 29, Lots 1-12 of Section 30, Lots 1-12 of Section 31, Section 32, and the E1/2 of Section 36, Township 32 North, Range 109 West, 6th P.M.; and Section 25, Township 32 North, Range 110 West, 6th P.M.; all within Sublette County, Wyoming.
Any interested party is entitled to appear at the aforesaid time and place to be heard by the Commission. The applications may be inspected in the office of the undersigned, 2211 King Boulevard, Casper, Wyoming, or on the Oil & Gas Commission website at http://wogcc.state.wy.us. If there are any protests, please make such known to the State Oil and Gas Supervisor at least three (3) working days before the hearing by filing a written objection.
DATED this 15th day of March, 2007
WYOMING OIL & GAS
/s/ Don J. Likwartz, Secretary
Application to be filed
Brad & Amy Mariner will file an application with the Sublette County Planning & Zoning Commission to subdivide 8.328 acres zoned RR-MH in the NW1/4, SW1/4, Section 28, T33N, R108W, 6th P.M., Sublette County Wyoming. Property is also described as Lot 54, Block 8, Barger Third Subdivision.
Said land is located approximately 2.5 miles Northeast of Intersection of Meadowlark Lane and US 191 South of Pinedale, Wyoming.
The regularly scheduled meeting of the Sublette County Board of Commissioners will be held on April 13, 2007 at 1:00 p.m. in the Sublette County Courthouse, Pinedale, Wyoming. At this time, a public hearing will be held to consider the following applications:
1.Request for Change of Zoning District Boundary; pursuant to Chapter VIII of the Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations, entitled Administration; by CR #2 Family Limited Partnership to rezone 158 acres from A-1 (Agricultural)to R-R (Rural Residential Two Acre Minimum). The purpose of the proposed change in zoning district boundary is a 42 lot subdivision. The parcel subject to the proposed change in zoning district boundary is located in Section 19, Township 34N, Range 110W; generally described as being 0.43 miles north of U.S. Highway 191 and 1.8 miles east of Daniel Junction.
2. Request for Change in Zoning District Boundary approval, pursuant to Chapter VIII of the Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations, entitled Administration; by CR #2 Family Limited Partnership. The application proposes changing the zoning for a 141.6 acre parcel from Agricultural (one dwelling unit per 35 acres allowed) to Rural Residential 10 (one dwelling unit per ten net acres allowed) in order to subdivide the 141.6 acres into 14 lots. The parcel subject to the change in zoning district boundary application is located in Section 33; Township 35N; Range 110W; generally described as north of County Road 23-100 and west of State Highway 352.
3. Request for Change of Zoning District Boundary; pursuant to Chapter VIII of the Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations, entitled Administration; by Richardson Development Incorporated to rezone 157.77 acres from A-1 (Agricultural one dwelling unit per 35 acres) to R-6,000 (Residential 6,000 square foot minimum lot size) and to rezone 8.79 acres from A-1 (Agricultural one dwelling unit per 35 acres) to C-1 (General Commercial). The purpose of the proposed change in zoning district boundary is a 235 lot subdivision; with 36 lots to be developed as multiple family units, 9 lots to be developed with commercial uses, 185 single family residential lots and 5 park/open space lots. The parcel subject to the proposed change in zoning district boundary is located in Sections 10 and 11, Township 33N, Range 109W; generally described as being on the east side of U.S. Highway 191 0.5 miles south of Fayette Pole Creek Road and approximately 0.7 miles south of the Pinedale town limits.
4. Request for Change of Zoning District Boundary; pursuant to Chapter VIII of the Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations, entitled Administration; by Larry Whitaker to rezone 35 acres from A-1 (Agricultural) to R-R (Rural Residential Two Acre Minimum). The purpose of the proposed change in zoning district boundary is a 15 lot subdivision. The parcel subject to the proposed change in zoning district boundary is located in Section 27, Township 34N, Range 109W; generally described as Fremont Lake Road CR 23-154 and being 0.3 miles west of Fremont Lake Road CR 23-154 and approximately 0.5 miles from the Pinedale town limits.
5. Request for Change in Zoning District Boundary approval, pursuant to Chapter VIII of the Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations, entitled Administration; by Phelps H. Swift. The application proposes changing the zoning for a 55.01 acre parcel from Agricultural (one dwelling unit per 35 acres allowed) to Rural Residential 20 (one dwelling unit per twenty net acres allowed) in order to subdivide the 55.01 acres into two lots. The parcel subject to the change in zoning district boundary application is located in Section 26; Township 32N; Range 108W; generally described as at the end of Boulder Canal (County Road 23-210) and being approximately 3.3 miles from of the intersection of Grable Road (County Road 23-124) and U S Highway 191.
6. Request for Minor Subdivision approval, pursuant to Chapter VI of the Sublette County Subdivision Resolution, entitled Minor Subdivision, by Deborah D. Meeks. The application proposes the creation of two lots on a parcel which is divided by Muddy Creek Road and zoned Rural Residential 5 (one dwelling unit per five acres is allowed) and Rural Residential 10 (one dwelling unit per ten acres is allowed). The parcel subject to the Minor Subdivision application is located in Section 34; Township 31N; Range 111W; generally described as 5 miles north of Marbleton and located one-half mile east of Highway 189 on Muddy Creek (County Road 23-177).
7. Request for Preliminary Plat approval; pursuant to Chapter III of the Sublette County Subdivision Resolution, entitled Preliminary Plat; for Wilderness Estates Subdivision to subdivide 201.67 acres into 20 lots, within the R-R 10/PUD (Rural Residential Ten Acre Planned Unit Development) zoning district (14 proposed lots with an average lot size of 4.9 acres each and 6 proposed lots with an average lot size of 20 acres each). The parcel subject to the proposed subdivision is located in Sections 1 and 6, Township 33N, Range108W and 109W; generally described as Stock Driveway County Road 23-220 and Badger Ridge Road and being on 0.5 miles north of Fayette Pole Creek Road and 2.56 miles east of the intersection of U.S. Highway 191 and Fayette Pole Creek Road
/s/ William W. Cramer, Chairman
Published in the Sublette Examiner March 29, 2007.
The Sublette County Planning & Zoning Commission will hold one meeting on Tuesday, April 24, 2007, at 7:00 p.m. in the Sublette County Courthouse, Pinedale, Wyoming, a public hearing will be held to consider the following applications:
1. Request for a Variance, pursuant to Chapter VI of the Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations, entitled Variances, by Brad Moore of Bar D Signs to allow a sign 50 square feet in size where Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations limit the size of a sign to 40 square feet. The parcel is located Section 20, Township 30N, Range 111W (Lot 1 Sleepy Hollow Industrial Park Subdivision); generally described as 10812 Highway 189 and being approximately a half of mile north of Marbleton.
2. Request for a Variance, pursuant to Chapter VI of the Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations, entitled Variances, by Michael Hart to allow a 25 foot front/street yard setback for a structure, where Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations require 50 feet in the A-1 zoning district. The parcel is located Section 12, Township 33N, Range 109W; generally described as 102 Looney Lane and being approximately 1.7 miles west on Pole Creek Road, and 1 miles south on Looney Lane.
3. Request for Conditional Use approval, pursuant to Chapter V of the Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations, entitled Conditional Uses, by H2O Recovery Services. The application proposes a water treatment facility to serve the oil and gas industry for a 140 acre parcel in the Agricultural zoning district. The parcel subject to the proposed Conditional Use is owned by Gros Ventre Investment Company and is located in Section 21, Township 31N, Range 109W; generally described as Paradise County Road (CR 23-136) and being located approximately 3.2 miles north of the intersection of Paradise County Road and Wyoming 351.
4. Request for Change of Zoning District Boundary; pursuant to Chapter VIII of the Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations, entitled Administration; by Sublette County to rezone 7.58 acres from R (Residential) to RS-1 (Recreational Service) and Conditional Use approval, pursuant to Chapter V of the Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations, entitled Conditional Uses, in order to allow further development of the 7.58 acre parcel as a community park. The purpose of the proposed change in zoning district boundary and conditional use is to allow the setbacks to be reduced to the 10 foot front and side yard setbacks allowed in the RS-1 zoning district, in order to build a restroom facility on the park property without impacting existing facilities associated with the park. The parcel subject to the proposed change in zoning district boundary is located in Section 33, Township 34N, Range 109W; generally described as Park Lot, Block 4, Shelter Park Subdivision and being immediately north of the Pinedale town limits at the intersection of Quaker Lane and Lake Road.
5. Request for Minor Subdivision approval, pursuant to Chapter VI of the Sublette County Subdivision Resolution, entitled Minor Subdivision, by Mike and Laurie McClain. The application proposes the creation of two 2.61 acre lots in the Rural Residential zoning district (one dwelling unit per two acres net). The parcel subject to the proposed Minor Subdivision is located in Section 29, Township 109N, Range 34W; generally described as 188 Ehman Lane (County Road 23-144) and being approximately 1.8 miles north of the intersection of Ehman Lane and U S Highway 191.
/s/ Albert Sommers, Chairman
Published in the Sublette Examiner March 29, 2007
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
A public hearing on Monday, May 14, 2007 at 5:30 P.M. at the Town Hall of the Town of Pinedale in accordance with W.S. 15-1-405. This notice includes a copy of the Proposed Annexation Report required by W.S. 15-1-402(c) as follows:
PROPOSED ANNEXATION REPORT
J.M.O. ANNEXATION TO THE TOWN OF PINEDALE
In accordance with W.S. 15-1-402(c) the following may be reported:
1. A map of the area proposed to be annexed is attached.
2. The total estimated cost of infrastructure improvements required of all landowners by the annexing municipality: There are no costs required of the landowners as a result of the annexation. Any infrastructure improvements will be made at the election of the landowners within the annexed area but none are required of this annexation.
3. A list of basic and other services customarily available to residents of the Town of Pinedale and a timetable when these services will reasonably be available to the area proposed to be annexed is as follows: Customary services - Water, Sewer, Street Maintenance and Police Protection. Timetable – Water, Sewer, Street Maintenance and Police Protection are currently available to the proposed annexed area.
4. The projected annual fee or service cost for services described in Paragraph 3 above is:
Water – Commercial Hookup Fee - $500 to $3,000.00+
Quarterly Service Fee - $73.31 to $151.14
Sewer – Commercial Hookup Fee - $500 to $2,500.00
Quarterly Service Fee - $42.68 to $94.99
5. The current and projected property tax mill levies imposed by the Town of Pinedale: Mill Levy – 8 (statutory maximum)
6. The cost of the infrastructure improvements required within the existing boundaries of the Town of Pinedale to accommodate the proposed annexation: There are no additional infrastructure improvements required within the Town of Pinedale to serve the annexed area.
Patty Racich Town Clerk, Town of Pinedale
OFFICIAL COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS
MARCH 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, Trey Wilkinson of the Sublette Examiner, Julia Stuble of the Pinedale Roundup, and Mary Lankford, County Clerk present.
Chairman Cramer led those present in the Pledge of Allegiance.
The official bond for Adrianne Peterson, Treasurer for the Weed and Pest Control District, in the amount of $3,000 was approved and ordered filed with the County Treasurer.
Butch Penton, Road and Bridge Superintendent, reported on snow plowing, hauling gravel, and thawing culverts. Additional paving on the Paradise Road and road adjustments were discussed. Chris Sullivan requested that the Sullivans, Scotts, and Swifts participate in a discussion with the Board on moving parts of the road. The Board directed that the three parties be invited to a meeting to discuss the road. The Board discussed double chip sealing of the Big Piney Cemetery Road and the Guio Road.
It was moved by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman to adopt Resolution No. 07-978C to accept the Norrell Alteration of the Cottonwood-Ryegrass County Road No. 23-117. The motion carried.
Paul Scherbel discussed the replatting of Block 49 for the Marbleton Townsite. The Board agreed to purchase additional land, at $8.00 per square foot, to accommodate the replat.
Sue Holz, representing Proactive Rehabilitation, discussed continuing a monthly agreement to provide facilities to County employees for exercise. The Board indicated that it would like to continue, but at a lesser fee. Holz will return to the next meeting with a revised proposal.
Betty Wardell discussed the Born & Bred program with the Board. Wardell requested funding and was referred to the Fair Board.
Sealed bids were opened for the purchase of 21 Law Enforcement vehicles. Eight bids were received. After review and comparison to specifications by Sheriff Bardy Bardin and Undersheriff Jim Whinnery, it was moved by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman to award the bid to Frontier Ford for 21 2007 Expeditions at a cost of $23,075.00 per unit. The motion carried. The Board approved the purchase of new equipment for the new units.
Paul Scherbel and Skylar Wilson discussed annexation of Tyler Street.
Rex Poulson, Daphne Platts, and Judy Andrikopoulos, representing the Library Board, and Carl Detwyler, representing Carney Architects, and John Fixter, representing Fixter Construction, discussed the plans for the Pinedale Library Addition and reviewed estimated costs. The Board discussed reducing costs, the proposed exterior material, and the roof design. Fixter informed the Board that he would be revising the cost estimates.
It was moved by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman to adopt Resolution No. 07-977C to rename the Sublette County Ag. Center in memory of Lance Koppenhafer. The motion carried.
Doug Vickrey presented sign samples for the Ag. Center. The Board referred Vickrey to the Ag. Center Committee.
In accordance with the public notice published in the Sublette Examiner on March 8, 2007, public hearing was held for the following:
1. 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. 07-979C
A RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE PLANNING AND ZONING
COMMISSION AND APPROVING THE APPLICATION BY SUBLETTE COUNTY TO AMEND THE SUBLETTE COUNTY ZONING AND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS RESOLUTION AND THE SUBDIVISION RESOLUTION.
The Board requested the Planning staff to propose a definition for “basements”.
Bernard Andres presented a map of his proposed development and informed the Board that he plans to annex his development and will not be pursuing County Zoning.
It was moved by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman to pursue the purchase of Block 18 of the Marbleton Townsite for the Marbleton Clinic, and authorize the County Clerk to act on behalf of the Board for closing purposes. The motion carried.
Bill Collins, representing Collins Planning Associates, discussed affordable housing. The Board authorized performing a housing assessment and referred it to the Planning and Zoning Commission.
It was moved by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman to approve and sign a Quit Claim Deed and Easement for the Town of Marbleton for a water well, located in Block 3 of the Eiden Second Addition to the Town of Marbleton. The motion carried.
The following petitions and affidavits of abatement of taxes were presented on petition from the County Assessor and the State of Wyoming Board of Equalization: Wexpro Company, $289.06; Questar Exploration & Production Company, $2,514.34; Anschutz Pinedale Corporation, $5,545.24; Anadarko E & P Company, LLP, $2,565.93; and Merrill C. & Emma P. Rees, $29.54.
Angie Smith, Chairman of the BPM Joint Powers Board discussed the Recreation Center survey and reported that the Board has been organized.
Susan Kramer complained about the performance of the Sublette Citzens for Recycling and the condition of the Recycling Center. Wendi Schwartz presented a petition from concerned citizens. Complaints were stated by Kathleen Peterson and Beverly Scharp. The Board directed those present to attend a meeting of the Sublette Citizens for Recycling and file their complaints with the Recycling Board.
Bill Schertz reviewed the proposed building site for the Marbleton Clinic.
Rick Johnson, Kristel Blair, and Bob McCarty, members of the Class II Road Committee, discussed the proposed program specifications and procedures. Johnson noted the Board’s comments and will prepare a draft for legal review.
Albert Sommers, representing the Upper Green River Cattlemen’s Association, requested $4,540.00 for legal fees for services performed by John McKinley of Davis and Cannon, on wolf legislation. The Board approved the request.
Accounts Payable audited and approved for payment:
JOE AHLSTROM 393.43 / AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN, INC. 63.93/ALL AMERICAN FUEL COMPANY, INC. 162.83 / ALSCO 136.06/KATHRYN ANDERSON 1,282.17 / ANIMAL CLINIC OF PINEDALE PC 150.00/BANNOCK COUNTY SHERIFF DEPT 40.00 / BARNES DISTRIBUTION 376.54/BEHAVIOR HEALTH SERVICES 3,719.29 / BIG PINEY LUBE&DETAIL, INC 103.90
RANDI BOWEN 10.00 / BR CONSTRUCTION 2,700.00 / BUCKY'S OUTDOOR, L.L.C. 83.55
PATRICIA L BURGIN 3,641.00 / BW HITCHING POST INN 137.37 / CAFE ON PINE 108.50
CASPER POLICE DEPARTMENT 150.00 / CENTURYTEL 7,981.15 / DUSTIN CHILD 8,000.00
COMMUNICATION CONCEPTS 269.75 / DADE BEHRING 24.33 / DAVIS & CANNON 6,297.32
FALER'S GENERAL STORE 56.32 / F.B.MCFADDEN WHOLESALE 500.67/FENCETRAK, INC. 7,534.00 / FEW INVESTMENTS, LLC 1,165.52/FIRST AMERICAN TITLE COMPANY 375.00 / THE FIRE EXTINGUISHER 120.00/O'ANN FREDSTROM, M.D. 490.00 / FULLER & SCHAEDLER LAW OFFICES 30.00/GE JOHNSON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 349,435.87 / GLOBALSTAR USA 174.81/GRAINGER 48.24 / GREEN RIVER ROCK, INC 1,584.00/GREEN RIVER VALLEY REFUSE INC 147.50 / TYSON GULBRANDSON 332.75/HAGUE AUTO BODY, INC 287.50 / HARKINS SAFETY, INC 1,021.57/HIGH COUNTRY COUNSELING 5,000.00 / HEADSETS WHOLESALE 49.85/HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS & SUITES 120.00 / RICK HOFFMAN 30.71 / HOLIDAY INN 544.94
TRACEY L. HOOVER 5.75 / LAILA ILLOWAY 120.78/IMMUNIZATION ACTION COALITION 85.00 / INTERMOUNTAIN RECORD CENTER 116.27/KELLERSTRASS ENTERPRISES 607.14 / KLIP INTERACTIVE 40.42 / BUBBA LARSON 450.00/K. C. LEHR 469.36 / LIFE FLIGHT MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM 1,455.00 / JOHN LINN 162.96/STEPHEN S. LOTTRIDGE, PSY.D. 150.00 / ANDREW MACKENZIE 1,766.85/MCKESSON MEDICAL-SURGICAL MINNESOTA 5,462.10 / MODERN PRINTING COMPANY 61.70/MOOSLEY MAILBOXES 70.79 / FRANK MORRISON 50.00 / NATIONAL PARK SERVICE 3,955.60/NATIONAL DRUG COURT INSTITUTE 750.00 / NELSON ENGINEERING, INC. 1,937.40/NO HASSLE AUTO GLASS LLC 312.00 / NORTHERN SAFETY CO. INC. 289.43/NUAGAIN 141.98 / OFFICE OUTLET 595.80 / JOHN PARAVICINI 141.43
PRODUCE FOR BETTER HEALTH 23.85 / PINE CREEK WOODWORKS 425.88/MEREDITH OAKES PETERSON 3.00 / PETERBILT OF WYOMING 302.49/PINEDALE AUTO SUPPLY 137.08 / PINEDALE DRUG 1,725.11/PINEDALE GLASS INC. 274.00 / PINEDALE MEDICAL CLINIC 82.50
PINEDALE ROUNDUP 961.20 / PLAINSMAN PRINTING & SUPPLY 28.28/PROACTIVE PHYSICAL THERAPY 2,000.00 / PRECINCT POLICE PRODUCTS 213.78/QUILL CORPORATION 470.24 / R & E COMPUTER SERVICE LLC 480.00/RENDEZVOUS POINTE 12,379.00 / RENDEZVOUS TRAVEL 1,425.50/RIO VERDE ENGINEERING 9,825.00 / RIVERTON CHRYSLER-DODGE-JEEP INC 2,056.36/ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 4,875.50 / ROCKY MOUNTAIN WASH, LLC 204.30/ROCKY MOUNTAIN PROPANE 1,942.61 / ROSS RAE INDUSTRICIAL SERVICE 54,800.00/SAFV TASK FORCE 10,957.98 / ZACH SEMMONS 1,940.79
SIRCHIE FINGER PRINT LABS 337.16 / SKAGGS COMPANIES, INC. 1,460.35/TAMMY SORENSON 402.39 / STOCKMAN'S RESTAURANT 211.21/SUBLETTE EXAMINER 1,264.50 / SUMMIT PARTNERS LLC 700.00 / SYMBOLARTS 17.50/TETON COUNTY EXTENSION SERVICE 225.00 / TOBY TERRELL 1,264.09/THOMPSON PUBLISHING GROUP 1,047.00 / TIP TOP SEARCH & RESCUE 6,893.82/THE TIRE STORE INC. 530.40 / TOOLS UNLIMITED 277.00 / UNION TELEPHONE 406.78/ELLEN UNREIN 628.13 / VISTA PROPERTIES LLC 1,600.00
VEHICLE LIGHTING SOLUTIONS, INC 3,046.72/WYOMING COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY DIV 220.00 / WEST PAYMENT CENTER 814.76/WILLIAMS AUTOMOTIVE INC. 154.63 / WINDSHIELD DOCTOR 160.00/WYOMING STATE BAR ASSOCIATION 117.50 / WYOMING STATE FORESTRY DIVISION 6,276.71/WYOMING MACHINERY COMPANY 721.72 / WYO LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY 500.00/WYOMING RANGE MEDICAL 2,751.00 / WYOMING STATIONERY 2,557.50
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 5:45 p.m.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS SUBLETTE COUNTY, WYOMING
/s/ William W. Cramer, Chairman
Mary L. Lankford, County Clerk
Be it proclaimed that; in accordance with Ordinance 2-5 of the Town of Big Piney, Municipal Elections will be held in the Town Hall Council Chambers, in Big Piney, Wyoming between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 8, 2007.
The following offices will be selected at that time.
TWO (2) COUNCIL SEATS -- Four (4) Year Term
TWO (2) COUNCIL SEATS -- Two (2) Year Term
Qualifications for voting are as follows:
If you are not currently a registered voter you may
register at the Town of Big Piney from 12:00 noon and from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, April 6, 2007.
Any person who expects to be absent from his place of residence on Election Day, or who cannot be present at the 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, or by telephone, at the Town hall of the Town of Big Piney, P.O. Box 70, Big Piney, WY 83113, 276-3554.
Absentee ballots may be requested through May 7, 2007 at the Town Hall.
DATED THIS 23RD DAY OF MARCH, 2007.
Darren Davison, Mayor Pro-Tem
Sublette County Rural Health Care District
Regular Board Meeting
Date: March 20th, 2007
Venue: Marbleton Town Hall
Board Members in attendance:
Bill Budd, President
Walt Bousman, Secretary/Treasurer
Dave Racich, Trustee
Randy Johnson, Director
Minutes taken by Amber Stark, Clerk
Board Members Absent:
Jud Faler, Vice President
Gary Eiden, Trustee
Call to order:
The regular meeting of the Sublette County Rural Health Care District Board of Trustees was called to order by Chairman Bill Budd at 7:04pm in the Marbleton Town Hall.
Mr. Racich moved to accept the agenda, asked to amend agenda to place the executive session immediately after the ratification of the minutes. Director Randy Johnson asked that item E – EMS Council report, be removed as there is no EMS report. Walt seconded the motion. Carried unanimously.
Approval of Minutes:
Mr. Racich moved to approve the minutes of the February 28th meeting. Mr. Bousman asked that the minutes be amended to indicate that Mr. Bousman believed that some issues dealt with in executive session should have been dealt with publicly and some decisions made in executive session should have been made public.
Board approved the addition to the minutes. Mr. Bousman seconded the motion to approve the amended minutes, passed unanimously.
Mr. Racich motioned to move into executive session to discuss terms of employment and the purchase of property. Mr. Bousman seconded the motion, carried unanimously.
Mr. Van expressed concern over the executive session and whether it would be a discussion of the Marbleton Clinic Land options.
Director Johnson affirmed that the executive discussion was not regarding Marbleton clinic land options but a different property purchase.
Adjourned to executive session at 7:10pm.
Reconvened to general session at 7:32
No decisions made and no motions passed.
Mr. Racich motioned to purchase the Latta property on Hennick, seconded by Mr. Bousman, carried unanimously.
Chairman Bill Budd directed Randy Johnson, SCRHCD Director, to contact First Bank and get a cashier’s check for the balance of the purchase and personally handle the business of the Latta property purchase.
Mr. Bousman moved to authorize the attorney fee increase request, seconded by Mr. Racich, carried unanimously.
Organizational chart – tabled until further notice
Mr. Bousman questioned what had been resolved regarding the GRCS proposal.
Mr. Johnson reported that to his understanding GRCS had received a letter stating that the district will not be using their services any longer and that the district had transferred their patronage to CS&T.
Mr. Bousman questioned whether such a move required board approval and a board vote.
Mr. Johnson expressed that he was unsure on that issue and was not present at the last meeting.
Mr. Bousman expressed his belief that the item had been tabled pending further consideration and approval from Mr. Boone. Mr. Bousman requested that the issue be readdressed at the next meeting when Mr. Boone will be present.
SAFV Task Force MoU – Resolved
Healthy Sublette Program – Resolved
EMS Status Change – Resolved
PMC Nurse Status Change – Resolved
Physician Search Update
Kris Roork was absent from the Board meeting.
Mr. Budd reported that he has been in contact with Mr. Boone and Mr. Johnson regarding provider contracts and that the contracts are now at the attorney’s office in Cheyenne for review and should be returned tomorrow. The hope is that by the end of the week contracts will be given to all providers who have indicated an interest in working for the district.
Mr. Bousman clarified to ensure that Dr. Boyle would have a contract by the end of the week.
Mr. Johnson confirmed that the preliminary work on the contract had been finished and the attorney is reviewing it and he hopes to hear back from the attorney tomorrow.
Mr. Racich clarified that per a conversation with Mr. Boone he believes Wyoming Range Medical was not interested in pursuing joining with the district but Mr. Racich recommended that since the district still needs providers in the south end of the county that contracts should be offered to Dr. Turner and Dr. Burnett.
Mr. Johnson confirmed that that was the proposal put forward by the board.
Mr. Bousman made a motion to authorize Mr. Boone to pursue with any means possible
finding more doctors for the Sublette County Rural Health Care District. Seconded by Mr. Racich, carried unanimously.
Mr. Bousman motioned to authorize Mr. Boone to pursue with any means possible bringing more registered nurses to Sublette County Rural Health Care District.
Mr. Racich added that the district needs cross-trained and lab trained nurses and recommended that the board ask the county and current providers to look out for nurses and to contact Director Johnson or board member Racich if they find any possibilities. Inquiries should be directed through Mr. Johnson until the arrival of Mr. Boone.
Mr. Racich seconded the proposal authorizing Mr. Boone to pursue nurses for the district, carried unanimously.
Nursing Policies and Procedures Update
Cindy Van reported that the policies and procedures have been completed. Six or seven of the policies are multi-discipline so Ms. Van recommend that they be considered in liaison with related members of the health profession (coroner, EMS etc.). Dr. LaSuer had recommended that several policies be held for legal before they are implemented. Ms. Van has given a copy of the procedures to Director Johnson and a copy has been sent to Dr. Schmitz for his review. Ms. Van expressed her appreciation to Katie Krieger for her work on the EMS policies which were used by Ms. Van in conjunction with policies from Jackson for the nursing policies. Ms. Van explained that the policies are awaiting any amendments from Dr. Schmitz and input from Dr. Quirk when he arrives. She recommended waiting to officially implement the policies pending these reviews.
Mr. Bousman asked if the policies had been sent to the attorney in Cheyenne.
Mr. Johnson explained that they would not be sent to the attorney until the doctors were able to look over the policies as Dr. Quirk will be the medical director for the clinic.
Mr. Racich asked the board to send a letter of thanks to Dr. LaSuer for all his hard work in the clinic and the district, Seconded by Mr. Budd, carried unanimously.
Construction project update
In the absence of Brian Gray Mr. Johnson reported that construction on the Pinedale medical clinic is ahead of schedule and is currently under budget. Mr. Gray had provided pictures of the current construction for board consideration.
Mr. Racich added that the steel has been put up and they will begin working on adding the utilities next week and, barring any stormy weather, the construction will remain ahead of schedule and below budget.
Mr. Johnson presented Bill Schertz to give a report regarding the Marbleton Clinic Site plan meeting.
Mr. Schertz expressed his concerns regarding the current plans for the Marbleton Clinic particularly regarding the use of the west side of lot 18 and regarding the helicopter landing area. Mr. Schertz clarified with Mr. Johnson that the district is not currently paying the architects to work on the Marbleton Clinic plans.
Mr. Johnson confirmed that the architects have not yet been released for design, so the architect is not being paid for related work on the Marbleton clinic.
Mr. Schertz asked Mr. Racich if the clinic needed more property. Mr. Racich replied he did not think we needed more land.
Mr. Budd read a report from the Marbleton Clinic Site Plan Committee which reported a unanimous vote to pursue the purchase of the west side of lot 18 and to pursue site plan options four and five. The report also recommended the architects look into including an enclosed ambulance bay.
Mr. Schertz explained that both he and Mr. Paul Scherbel expressed their strong opinion that the site in question should be held in reserve until it was needed.
Mr. Budd explained that the commissioners were purchasing the property and had decided to purchase whatever was available. Emphasized that the land will be purchased by the county commissioners so this is not a decision that can be made by the Health care board.
Mr. Schertz expressed his desire to see the current clinic building kept and incorporated into the new clinic, cited a conversation with the public nurse who expressed her willingness to be in the old building, close to the emergency room.
Mr. Budd explained that these issues regarding the exact plans of the clinic would be discussed in the future by professionals, including Mr. Schertz. The Davis architects had promised to send a report to Mr. Schertz.
Mr. Johnson recommended that since the site plan committee had served its intended purpose it would be advisable to release the plans so that the architects can begin working on design drawings.
Mr. Budd approved this suggestion.
Mr. Bousman asked if the land had been purchased already since he believed it had simply been approved. He is not in favor of releasing the plans to design until the land is bought. Requested that the release be held until the land is purchased.
Mr. Johnson recommended that the board release Davis partnership to work on the site plans with the ability to adapt as needed if land purchases change.
Mr. Racich expressed his approval of releasing the designs, recommended moving forward with the design process. Asked Mr. Johnson if releasing the designs meant the district was committing to something.
Mr. Johnson explained that if the designs are released that will be an indication to the architects to go ahead with the design process and the board will need to approve a site option (4 or 5) and they will begin producing design drawings so it is a commitment to the architects.
Mr. Bousman commented that nothing can be done until the purchase of the land is finalized, Seconded the motion to release the plans for design pending the finalization of the land purchase.
Mr. Schertz requested clarification of the motion.
Mr. Johnson reiterated that the motion was to release the plans to the architects for design pending finalization of the land purchase. Asked Mr. Schertz to come to his office to speak with him regarding any further questions.
Lorraine Gatzke requested a motion to move money from the Marbleton non-interest-bearing account into the Pinedale account.
Ms. Gatzke reported that she has given the board an accounting report through November, explained the presence of the mil levy in the accounting report. This is just for informational purposes, she will have a full report by the end of the month.
Ms. Gatzke reported on the new phone system which has been having trouble in some offices, the telephone company has been working on the problems and hopes to have them settled quickly.
Ms. Gatzke is looking into the possibility of time card machines for use in the district and will be having a web demo through Kronos to look at a system that Mr. Boone has recommended. She hopes to have a bid regarding the time card system by the next board meeting.
Mr. Budd asked if the phone problems in the Marbleton offices have been dealt with yet.
Ms. Gatzke reported that they have figured out most of it and are just fixing little quirks in the system.
Mr. Racich asked for clarification on some abbreviations in the financial statement.
Ms. Gatzke explained the abbreviations and informed the board that the complete financial report to be completed by next board meeting will be much more concise and easier to understand.
EMS Council Report removed from agenda
Kyle Erickson reported to the board that due to comments and feedback from his last proposal he has a new idea to suggest to the board regarding the use of a helicopter for the district. He proposed that Appleby Aviation bring the aircraft, personnel and equipment to the Marbleton airport without cost to the district and then the district may use the helicopter and charge Appleby Aviation for billing and dispatch costs. He emphasized that this was an initial suggestion and, if the feedback is good he will put a formal proposal on paper with numbers/costs for board consideration.
Mr. Bousman asked if Appleby Aviation would provide flight nurses.
Mr. Erickson reported that he has two flight nurses who are well trained and experienced.
Mr. Budd asked if the helicopter would be used exclusively for Sublette County Rural Health Care District.
Mr. Erickson affirmed that it would.
Mr. Bousman asked if the district was charging the helicopter service for billing and dispatch how Appleby Aviation would make any money.
Mr. Erickson explained that the costs would be totaled and the billing and dispatch charges removed from the total and the patient charged for the remainder of the charges.
Mr. Racich questioned that since there are no figures regarding such a plan how Appleby aviation is certain they will still be able to make money.
Mr. Erickson explained that he knows the costs per call out and will have the numbers on paper for the board to consider if they are interested in the idea. The board had expressed disapproval of fronting all the costs of the helicopter in the original proposal so this is an alternate that he would like to suggest.
Mr. Budd asked Mr. Erickson to send the proposal in writing to the board with the understanding that it would need to be considered by EMTs, providers and caregivers in the district to see if the proposal is a feasible possibility.
Mr. Erickson thanked the board for their time.
Sublette Health Care Coalition
Lee Wright expressed the coalition’s concern regarding the incident the past weekend in which there were not enough people to care for the accident except that a retired nurse stopped to help. Suggested that the district might need to hire some temporary nurses to fill in and ensure the county is fully covered. There was no one certified to x-ray on Saturday. The district needs to hire temporary nurses until permanent can be put in place. The coalition believes it is not acceptable to have inadequate coverage so the district must have a doctor on call every weekend, not just a PA. Medicare cannot be billed with just a PA. It is good that Dr. Quirk is coming and they hope things will get lined out and in good shape. Expressed their firm belief that the district needs staff now, whether temporary or permanent.
Mr. Van referred to the agenda items in Old Business that were labeled “Resolved”: computer contract is to be readdressed, items C and D were discussed and resolved last meeting but in reviewing the minutes he did not find anything regarding issues e and f although they say they are resolved.
Mr. Johnson explained that both items were discussed in executive session but no motions were made so they may be remiss in labeling them as resolved, he will look into the issue.
Mr. Van explained that many people in the county were concerned that the reasons for executive sessions were not always valid. Also expressed concern that after the past executive session they announced that Dr. Quirk would be hired as a medical provider but he is actually to be the Medical Director of the clinic. Mr. Van expressed that people would like more accurate information regarding the executive sessions.
Mr. Racich explained that contracts, once signed, were public knowledge and if each contract was reviewed in general meetings that would be an extensive use of time.
Mr. Van explained that he felt it was important to know if Dr. Quirk was a medical provider or a director as there is a large difference between the two jobs.
Mr. Racich explained that the board probably didn’t realize that they had not expressed the difference in the general meeting and that they must consider perception; the board will work on trying to consider the public perspective. Anything the board does is public knowledge and citizens may come to the district office to find out anything they need to know.
Mr. Van commented that they would like to know during the meeting rather than having to go back to the office to find things out. Asked the board to explain the purchase of land for the district; a decision made in executive session and the board did not give an explanation of the purchase. The public do not need to see the price and specifics etc. but they should know what is going on instead of waiting until after the decision has been made.
Mr. Bousman explained that the property is housing to use for Locums and EMTs to guarantee a place for them to stay without worrying about high rent. Mr. Budd commented that he would prefer to discuss such things in public session but they have been legally advised that they cannot talk about such things in general session.
Mr. Van commented that it would help the credibility of the board if they did not do so much in executive session and secrecy.
Mr. Racich commented that the board does not do everything in secrecy but that they must abide by their legal council. He agrees with Mr. Budd in that he would prefer to discuss things in public session but that some lawyers, providers and contractors are afraid of being undercut if their proposals are discussed in general session. He explained that none of the board likes going into executive session.
Mr. Van explained that the public would like to know the rationale for why the board does go into executive session.
Cindy Van expressed concern regarding the change of computer contractors and that the sensitive information held on back up discs etc. be taken care of properly to comply with HIPPA regulations. Ms. Van asked what the response time would be for a critical down with the system since the new computer assistance is in Kemmerer; particularly once the clinic moves to keeping digital medical records.
Ms. Van reiterated the coalition’s previous concerns regarding the financial status of the district and repeated her request for an interim audit before the budge cycle. She expressed appreciation for the staff’s dedicated work in trying to get up to speed but there still have been problems. Ms. Van asked if, regarding the helicopter proposal, Mr. Erickson has talked with the receiving hospitals.
Mr. Erickson responded that he has already been in contact with the receiving hospitals and their emergency directors.
Mr. Budd commented that such details will be discussed once a helicopter contract is discussed.
Ms. Van asked for clarification regarding an earlier comment that stated contracts would be offered to all providers in the district who expressed an interest.
Mr. Budd clarified that he misspoke and that the contract will be offered to all providers except for Dr. Burnett who stated he is not interested in working for the district.
Sam Sharpe asked why the public were not given a copy of the financial statement given by the CFO in the meeting.
Mr. Budd offered to give Mr. Sharpe his copy of the financial statement.
Mr. Sharpe asked why the board cannot explain things that happen in executive session. Why was there an increase in the attorney fees? Requested that the board explain why they are doing things in executive session and not just state what decisions have been made. Expressed his opinion that the public should not have to go into the office to find out information when it could be provided immediately in the meetings.
Bev Sharpe asked how long the office has to do Medicare billing.
Mr. Johnson replied that it was 15 or 18 months.
Ms. Sharpe asked what would happen if they were not billed within this time frame.
Mr. Johnson explained that the district would lose the opportunity to bill the patients but that the staff is working very hard at getting everything in order and they are getting closer. Mr. Johnson offered his office phone number for anyone to call if they had any questions and if it is legal then he will be able to share what information is available.
Cat Urbigkit reminded the board that in a previous meeting she had given the board a copy of the public records regulations and the board had decided it may have been given bad advise. If the board is still being advised to go into so many executive sessions then it would be a good idea to bring the attorney into the executive sessions to ensure that they are doing what they need to do. Ms. Urbigkit suggested that the board observe the Sublette County Commissioners as mentors because they also deal with millions of dollars and many employees but they very rarely go into executive session.
Amanda Key asked Mr. Budd if he was aware that GRCS had been terminated.
Mr. Budd answered yes, he was aware of that.
Mr. Bousman and Mr. Racich stated that they were not aware of the decision.
Ms. Key asked who made the decision? Was it voted on by the board? Or who decided for the board?
Mr. Budd stated that he was aware of the decision because Mr. Boone informed him.
Dick Noble asked Mr. Budd: would you rise to a point of order to state that they were out of order in doing this without the board voting on it?
Mr. Budd stated that if that was the necessary action for this situation then he would be willing to call a point of order.
Mr. Noble asked when Mr. Boone’s job description would be ready.
Mr. Johnson reported that he and Mr. Boone have been working on dividing the labor for the district and that currently Mr. Boone will be responsible for the business of the district: money, clinics and staffing and Mr. Johnson will be the liaison for the EMS and responsible for district PR as well as legal and Federal requirements. The remainder of the details of the job descriptions will be hammered out in a couple of weeks.
Mr. Bousman expressed his concern regarding bringing in a new person (Mr. Boone) and he has not been authorized with specific tasks (job description).
Mr. Schertz requested that before the west side of lot 18 is purchased that a vote be taken. Also emphasized that the clinic is not owned by the district but by the county so before a decision is made to demolish the old clinic and build the new they must get permission from the county.
Bill Krieger referred to the earlier comment that Mr. Boone was directed to focus on pursuing Doctors and Nurses for the clinic and asked that the board also mention the Big Piney clinic and not just the Pinedale clinic.
Mr. Racich clarified that in speaking of getting nurses and doctors for the county he was referring to Sublette County as a whole and not just Pinedale. Dr. Czarnik can attest to the fact that the board members have made every effort to ensure coverage for Big Piney when there were providers available at Pinedale to cover.
Dr. Czarnik expressed his appreciation for the EMS for stepping up in the last few months to help wherever they are needed. Publicly commended the EMS for their hard work and dedication.
Tom Davenport addressed the board, explaining that he was concerned about quality health care in the district and voted for the board members because he believed they could bring change and strong leadership to the district. In the last few weeks we have lost a good doctor and a couple of good nurses. He saw the accident this weekend and wondered what would happen since there was no doctor on call, just a PA, no nurse and no lab technician to do an x-ray. This is not what anyone wants for healthcare in Sublette county. Recommended that the board direct Mr. Boone to negotiate with Dr. Boyle and get a contract signed within two weeks. The county needs Dr. Boyle because she is well-certified, patients have faith in her and certified professionals have stated they would go to see Dr. Boyle. In order to build trust in the community he recommended working on communicating as much as possible as soon as possible. Also recommended working on deciding exactly what Mr. Boone’s responsibilities will be and give him the authority to do them and backing him up. Mr. Davenport expressed his thanks to the board for their hard work and willingness to try and make things better.
Mr. Johnson read a letter from Ms. Overgaag regarding a new point of care in a blood chemistry analyzer. This equipment is easy to use and training for staff is quick and easy. Ms. Overgaag suggests the purchase of this analyzer for the clinic as it will allow for more providers to use it and it eliminates a lot of need for lab testing so would help out a great deal at the clinic. The cost for analyzing is high but it would be used mainly as a backup and they would continue to use the current machine.
Mr. Racich expressed his belief that the purchase of such equipment should wait for the arrival of Mr. Boone as administrator or Dr. Quirk as the Medical Director. Suggested tabling the proposal until the next meeting.
Mr. Bousman commented that he has faith in Ms. Overgaag’s suggestions and does not have a problem purchasing one now and holding off on additional units until after the arrival of Dr. Quirk. Motions to purchase one lab analyzer, seconded by Mr. Racich who asked for discussion.
Mr. Racich asks whether one unit would be put in the Pinedale Clinic or the Marbleton Clinic.
Mr. Johnson explained that it would be for the Pinedale Clinic because there is not a machine in Marbleton that requires that level of testing while Pinedale does need it.
Dr. Czarnik commented that he has just completed his CMEs and signed the paperwork to become the new lab director for Big Piney/Marbleton Clinic.
Mr. Budd called the motion to purchase the lab analyzer – Bousman, aye; Racich, nay; Budd, nay. Motion failed.
Cindy Van commented that she appreciates the meeting being moved to the larger room and gave a recommendation that the board also write a letter of thanks to Dr. Czarnik for doing such good work as the only provider in Marbleton.
Board directs Mr. Johnson to write a letter of thanks to Dr. Czarnik.
Mr. Racich made motion to approve payments as presented, seconded by Mr. Bousman and carried unanimously authorizing vouchers for payroll and vendors numbered 8909 through 9085 and DD 032307-10 to DD 032307-77 totaling $379,038.40.
With no further business Mr. Bousman motioned to adjourn the meeting, carried unanimously.
Adjourned at: 10:03
COUNTY EMPLOYEE AND POSITION STATEMENT
PUBLISHED IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 18-3-516(B)(ii) WYOMING STATUTES, 1977, AMENDED 1983
The following statement contains a complete list of all chief administrative officials, assistant administrative officials, elected officials, department heads, and full-time employees of Sublette County, specified by name and position.
William W. Cramer, Chairman,County Commissioner,
John Linn, County Commissioner
Joel Bousman, County Commissioner
Mary L. Lankford, County Clerk
Tracey Hoover, Deputy County Clerk
Corrina Dorman, Deputy County Clerk
Cynthia Friel, Deputy County Clerk
Tamara Horsley, Deputy County Clerk
Liying Reeder, Deputy County Clerk
Elizabeth Vestal, Deputy County Clerk
Roxanna M. Jensen, County Treasurer
Jane Bowser, Deputy County Treasurer
Pam Kirkpatrick, Deputy County Treasurer
Kay Lynn Mahaffey, Deputy County Treasurer
Delta McCormick, Deputy County Treasurer
Janet L. Montgomery, County Assessor
Jerry Hermansen, Deputy County Assessor
Laila Illoway, Deputy County Assessor
Barry Johnson, Deputy County Assessor
L. Jeness Saxton, Deputy County Assessor
John Paravicini, Deputy County Assessor
Ralph Boynton, Prosecuting & County Attorney
Julie Bell, Secretary, Prosecuting & County Attorney
Randall Hanson, Investigator, Prosecuting & County Attorney
Rebecca Manning, Secretary, Prosecuting & County Attorney
Meredith Oakes Peterson, Deputy Prosecuting & County Attorney
Donna Yeager, Secretary, Prosecuting & County Attorney
Ellen Unrein, Secretary, Prosecuting & County Attorney
Cassandra Lovato, Secretary, Prosecuting & County Attorney
Marilyn M. Jensen, Clerk of District Court
Jean Hayward, Clerk of District Court
Brenda Kennedy, Clerk of District Court
Andrew O’Neil, Superintendent, Maintenance
Jerry Ahrndt, Laborer, Maintenance
Gregory Allen, Laborer, Maintenance
Dorenda Allen, Laborer, Maintenance
Wendi Butler, Laborer, Maintenance
Mary Caldwell, Laborer, Maintenance
Toni Kothe, Laborer, Maintenance
Erin O’Neal, Laborer, Maintenance
Richard Winkler, Laborer, Maintenance
Jennifer Zeiger. Laborer, Maintenance
Blake Greenhalgh, Laborer, Maintenance
Loni Mason, Laborer, Maintenance
Robert Bishop, Laborer, Maintenance
Bart Myers, Planner
Kate Grimes, Zoning Administrator
Betty Golden, Secretary, Planning & Zoning
Wayne M. Bardin, County Sheriff
James Whinnery, Jr., Undersheriff, County Sheriff
Joe Ahlstrom, Detective, County Sheriff
Ian Allen, Detention Officer, County Sheriff
Lucrecia Avila, Detention Officer, County Sheriff
Marylisa Baxley, Office Manager, County Sheriff
Casey Boulter, Detective, County Sheriff
Travis Binghan, Detention Officer, County Sheriff
Landon Call, Detention Officer, County Sheriff
Scott Campbell, Detention Officer, County Sheriff
Ryan Day, Sergeant, Detention Officer, County Sheriff
Pamela Debban, Sergeant, Detention, County Sheriff
Stephen Dunning, Sergeant, Detentions, County Sheriff
Jennifer Gocke, Detention Officer, County Sheriff
Nathen Gortemaker, Deputy, County Sheriff
Preston Goulette, Detention Officer, County Sheriff
Celeste Grossman, Communication Officer, County Sheriff
Gail Grubb, Secretary & Records Clerk, County Sheriff
Tyson Gulbrandson, Deputy, County Sheriff
Michele Hanson, Detention Officer, County Sheriff
Robert Hanson, Emergency Management, County Sheriff
Thomas Hatch, Deputy, County Sheriff
Luigi Heydt, Task Force Officer, County Sheriff
Chris Hoskins, Detention Officer, County Sheriff
Michael Hueckstaedt, Deputy, County Sheriff
Daniel Jensen, Deputy, County Sheriff
Wesley Johnston, Detention Officer, County Sheriff
Alaric Kaderavek, Deputy, County Sheriff
Linda Keeley, Secretary & Records Clerk, County Sheriff
Brian Ketterhagen, Deputy, County Sheriff
Kevin Koessel, Sergeant, County Sheriff
Robert Laing, Deputy, County Sheriff
KC Lehr, Sergeant, Detective, County Sheriff
Eileen Manzanedo, Secretary & Records Clerk, County Sheriff
Kurtis Maxwell, Communication Officer, County Sheriff
Marilyn McGarr, Communication Officer, County Sheriff
Richard Kaumo, Detention Officer, County Sheriff
Michael Moyer, Deputy, County Sheriff
Michael Peterson, Sergeant, County Sheriff
Hayes C. Randol, Lieutenant, County Sheriff
Lisa Randol, Deputy, County Sheriff
Daniel Ruby, Sergeant, Detentions, County Sheriff
Cathy Saxton, Secretary & Records Clerk, County Sheriff
James Schmidt, Detective, County Sheriff
James King, Detention Officer, County Sheriff
David Siefkes, Deputy, County Sheriff
Cheryl Spall, Communication Officer, County Sheriff
Brian Sparks, Deputy, County Sheriff
Hillary Sparks, Detention Officer, County Sheriff
Jason Streeter, Sergeant, County Sheriff
Shane Templar, Deputy, County Sheriff
Toby Terrell, Detective, County Sheriff
Amanda Turley, Communication Officer, County Sheriff
Travis Lanning, Detention Officer, County Sheriff
Jacob Normand, Detention Officer, County Sheriff
Dennis Toavs, Detention Officer, County Sheriff
Ryan Tollison, Detention Officer, County Sheriff
James Hayes, Communication Officer, County Sheriff
Nathan Hunter, Communication Officer, County Sheriff
Douglas Bittner, Deputy, County Sheriff
Darren Davison, S & R Administrator
Mark Farrell, Deputy, County Sheriff
James Gehlhausen, Deputy, County Sheriff
Sarah Brew, Deputy, County Sheriff
Jeannie Whinnery, Chief Detective, County Sheriff
Mason Zeiger, Deputy, County Sheriff
Keith Raney, County Sanitarian
Donald R. Schooley, County Coroner
Angela Kolis, Secretary, County Health
John B. Penton, Superintendent, Road and Bridge
Fredrick Boyce Jr., Laborer, Road and Bridge
Matthew Brunette, Laborer, Road and Bridge
Warren Clarke, Laborer, Road and Bridge
Steven Lemon, Laborer, Road and Bridge
John Long, Laborer, Road and Bridge
David MacGill, Laborer, Road and Bridge
James Malkowski, Laborer, Road and Bridge
Patrick McGuire, Laborer, Road and Bridge
Alvin Mitchell, Mechanic, Road and Bridge
Vodney Orr, Laborer, Road and Bridge
Billy Pape, Laborer, Road and Bridge
Mark Reinwald, Laborer, Road and Bridge
Joseph Turner III, Laborer, Road and Bridge
Mark Steele, Laborer, Road and Bridge
William Ullery, Laborer, Road and Bridge
David Walden, Laborer, Road and Bridge
R. Morell Woffinden, Laborer, Road and Bridge
Robin Woffinden, Laborer, Road and Bridge
Michael Schaner, Laborer, Road and Bridge
Evelyn Schultz, Secretary, Road and Bridge
Herman Siem, Laborer, Road and Bridge
Rick S. Hoffman, Waste Management Superintendent
Ty Anderson, Heavy Equipment Operator, Waste Management
Mark Crumb, Heavy Equipment Operator, Waste Management
Matt McCloud, Heavy Equipment Operator, Waste Management
Terry Quinn, Clerk, Waste Management
Richard Smythe, Heavy Equipment Operator, Waste Management
Kathryn Anderson, Coordinators, Drug Court
Ranae Lozier, Secretary, Agricultural Extension Office
Frank A. James, Manager, Fairgrounds
Dated this 29th day of March 2007.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
SUBLETTE COUNTY, WYOMING
/s/ William Cramer, Chairman
/s/ Mary L. Lankford, County Clerk
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