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Volume 9, Number 2 - April 2, 2009
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Abandoned vehicle sale
To be auctioned off at Troy’s Motor Sports (20 Cobble Stone Dr.) across from the Pinedale Airport. A 1998 Dodge Pickup, green in color. Plate 23-386C. Vin#1B7KF23W5107308. 101,460 miles, 4WD, Automatic, Club Cab as is. Auction to be held on April 3, 2009 at 1:00 P.M. Minimum Bid $6000.00.
Public notice #1491. Published in the Sublette Examiner on March 26 and April 2, 2009.
INVITATION TO BID
The Big Piney Cemetery will be accepting sealed bids for five nine foot spruce trees and ten twelve foot native cottonwood trees. All trees must be staked down in three places and planted by the second week in June. The holes will be dug by the cemetery sexton. Sealed bids will be opened a the regular board meeting April 20, 2009 at 7 p.m. at Southwest Sublette County Pioneers in Marbleton, Wyoming. All bids must be mailed to PO Box 183 Big Piney, Wyoming 83113 by April 17, 2009.
Public notice #1492. Published in the Sublette Examiner on April 2, 9 and 16, 2009.
STATE OF WYOMING
COUNTY OF SUBLETTE ss.
TOWN OF PINEDALE
The Town Council of the Town of Pinedale met in regular session Monday, March 9, 2009, at 5:30 p.m., in the Town Hall. Those present: Eric Maichak, representing the Sublette County Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation; Hank Williams, representing Wind River Pizzeria and Pasta; Paul Rock; Jeff Hosea and Brian Gray, representing Worthington, Lenhart and Carpenter; Tim Lingle; Robena Downie; Mark Eatinger, representing Rio Verde Engineering; Joe Hugo; John Fogerty, representing the Pinedale Planning and Zoning Board; Ed Wood, Town Attorney; Kate Grimes, Planning and Zoning Administrator; Mary Hogarty, Mayor’s Assistant; Liz Dailey; Eugene Ninnie, Town Engineer; Gary Heuck; Barbara Boyce; Stephen Crane, representing the Pinedale Roundup; and Tiffany Turner, representing the Sublette Examiner.
Mayor Smith brought the meeting to order. Present on roll call: Councilman David Smith, Councilwoman Nylla Kunard, Mayor Stephen Smith, Councilman David Hohl excused and Councilman Chris House.
Motion by Councilman Smith to approve the minutes of the February 23rd meeting as written. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Public Hearing for the transfer of the restaurant liquor license from Dave and Maggie Palmer dba Wind River Pizzeria to Wind River Pizzeria and Pasta. No comments were received. Motion by Councilman Smith to approve the transfer of the restaurant liquor license to Wind River Pizzeria and Pasta. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Councilman Smith to approve the Applications for 24 Hour Catering/Malt Beverage Permits for Sublette County Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation for April 25th at the Sublette County Ice Area. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
BriteGas/PPS Company, Inc. not presented as scheduled time. Council discussed propane tankers are not allowed to be parked on town right-of ways.
Eugene Ninnie, Town Engineer, discussed the proposal for website revisions. After discussion motion by Councilman Smith to approve Moonlight Computing, LLC for website development and service not to exceed $14,000.00. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Councilman House to approve Ordinance 446, an ordinance of the Town of Pinedale, Wyoming amending Section 13.04.020 of the Pinedale Municipal Code by modifying the manner of computing the water and sewer connection fee, on the second reading. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Councilman Kunard, representing the Community Impact Joint Powers Board, reported the Board had approved $643,367.00 for the Traffic and Road Maintenance Study, GIS Study and Infrastructure Map, Impact fee Study, Impact Fee Study (Phase I), Impact Fee Study (Fiscal Impact Analysis, Phase II) Drainage Study and Metering Study.
Motion by Councilman Smith to go into executive session to discuss town finances. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Councilwoman Kunard to return to regular session. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Barbara Boyce, a South Shanley resident, discussed her concerns with the frozen water lines in her area, Boyce stated she has lived in her residence for 50 years and this is the first time she has had frozen water lines. Boyce discussed her concerns with the construction of the sewer and water rehabilitation project.
After discussion Council directed Ed Wood, Town Attorney, to draft a resolution to deal with a possible water thawing reimbursement plan for the properties in the area of the Phase III, Sewer and Water Rehabilitation Project. Ed Wood, Town Attorney, stated the resolution should be tied to the area where the construction has impacted.
The following bills were presented for payment:
A to Z Hardware 218.31; All American Fuel Company, Inc. 1357.14; AMEC Earth & Environmental 19,416.22; American Linen 73.52; Big J’s Auto Parts 1969.91; Kay Buston Pfisterer 129,590.00; Centurytel 871.13; Country Lane groceries & Gas 1126.32; Dell Marketing, L.P. 3483.08; Electrical Systems Consultants 979.00; L. N. Curtis 3603.55; Lovelett, Skogen & Associates 2178.10; M & M Transfer 140.00; McKinstry Essention 181,275.76; Office Outlet 3315.86; Pinedale Aquatic Center 400.00; Pinedale Auto Supply 282.84; Pinedale Lumber 119.81; Pinedale Natural Gas, Inc. 2165.81; Pinedale Roundup 560.00; Pinedale Sinclair 51.40; Plainsman 420.82; PPS Co. Inc. 378.00; Quill Corporation 140.77; R & E Computer Service 400.00; R & L Rental 60.00; Rio Verde Engineering 53,671.15; Rocky Mountain Power 6997.39; Rocky Mountain Wash 47.00; Safety Supply & Sign Co, Inc 291.33; Mary Sour 97.50; Sweetwater CO Health Services 640.00; Tesco Williamsen 1440.00; United States Plastic Corp 186.55; Wind River Web Services, LLC 25.00; Ralph Wood, Attorney 6562.50; Worthington, Lenhart & Carpenter 20,267.10; WY Association of Rural Water 585.00; WYDOT 156.63; wyoming.com, LLC 445.00; Blue Cross Blue Shield 67.32; Wyoming Retirement System 273.77; Keary Painter 184.90; Brendan McDermott 184.90; Meadow West Homes 184.90.
Motion by Councilman House to pay the bills as presented. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Councilwoman Kunard to adjourn. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Meeting adjourned at 6:15 p.m..
Public notice #1493. Published in the Sublette Examiner on April 2, 2009.
ORDINANCE NO. 446
AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF PINEDALE, WYOMING AMENDING SECTION 13.04.020 OF THE PINEDALE MUNICIPAL CODE BY MODIFYING THE MANNER OF COMPUTING THE WATER AND SEWER CONNECTION FEE.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT HEREBY ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF PINEDALE, WYOMING, THAT SECTION 13.04.020 OF THE PINEDALE MUNICIPAL CODE IS HEREBY AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:
13.04.020 Application; Contents, Plant Investment Fee.
A. Applicants for new water and/or sewer service shall furnish all information necessary for the Town Engineer or other designated employee to evaluate and inspect the feasibility or need for such service. The Town Engineer or other designated employee shall investigate and either approve or disapprove the application. The applicant must pay all fees set out herein if the request for new service is approved. Regardless of the fees set out below, the minimum connection fee shall be $500 for Water and $500 for Sewer
I. RESIDENTIAL: WATER SEWER
1. Single Family Residence, $2,000.00 $2,000.00
2. Apartments / Multifamily (each unit) 2,000.00 2,000.00
3. Condominiums, (each unit) 2,000.00 2,000.00
4. Trailer Courts, (per unit) 2,000.00 2,000.00
Fees are based on ¾ inch water line service to each residence or unit. Any residence or unit requiring a larger water line service shall be charged according to Section VII below.
II. COMMERCIAL RENTAL UNITS:
1. Hotel /Motel, (with or without kitchens), (per unit) $500.00 $500.00
2. Camp grounds, (per unit) 500.00 500.00
III. RESTAURANTS, FOOD ESTABLISHMENTS, BARS AND TAVERNS:
1. Restaurants and Cafes, (full service), (per seat) $50.00 $50.00
2. Restaurants, (drive-in), (per parking space) 50.00 50.00
3. Bowling Alleys, (per lane) 500.00 500.00
plus, (per restaurant seat) 50.00 50.00
4. Bars, Taverns and Cocktail Lounges, (per seat) 50.00 50.00
5. Fraternal organizations 2,000.00 2,000.00
plus (per seat in bar area) 50.00 50.00
IV. COMMERCIAL: WATER SEWER
1. Filling Stations – per set of pumps $2,000.00 $2,000.00
plus, (per wash rack) 2,000.00 2,000.00
2. Grocery Stores - As provide for under Section VII below
plus, (per meat processing station) 2,000.00 2,000.00
3. Barber Shops and Beauty Salon
(per operator station) 1,000.00 1,000.00
4. Laundry, (self service), (per machine)
5. Car Wash, (per stall unit) 2,000.00 2,000.00
V. RESIDENTIAL & MEDICAL CARE UNITS: WATER SEWER
1. Day School or Day Care Center
without cafeteria, lunch room or showers) - As provide for under Section VII below
2. Day School or Day Care Center
(with cafeteria and lunch room or showers) - As provide for under Section VII below
(plus per person estimated enrollment)
3. Medical Centers (no overnight care units) - As provide for under Section VII below
5. Medical Centers or Hospitals
(with overnight care units) - As provide for under Section VII below plus, (per care unit)
6. Retirement Centers (per nursing unit)
(a) plus, (per residential unit) 500.00 500.00
(b) plus, (per apartment unit) 2,000.00 2,000.00
VI. MISCELLANEOUS USES:
1. Swimming Pools, (public or private)
VII. ALL OTHER USES: WATER SEWER
Water Line Service Size (inches)
¾” $2,000.00 $2,000.00
1” 2,700.00 2,700.00
1 ½” 4,050.00 4,050.00
2” 5,400.00 5,400.00
3” 8,100.00 8,100.00
4” 10,800.00 10,800.00
5” 13,500.00 13,500.00
6” 16,200.00 16,200.00
VIII. FIRE LINES:
There will be an additional $2,000.00 fee for each fire protection line in addition to the full price for the domestic tap.
B. The fee for any connection made to the Town water or sewer systems by properties located outside of the town limits shall be 150% of the rates set out in Sub-Section A above.
C. Upon approval and payment of fees, the applicant, subject to the provisions of Sections 12.12.080 through 12.12.120, is authorized to excavate in the Town’s street to gain access from the water or sewer main to the private connection to which the applicant desires service. Construction and any fittings or connections shall conform to the Town’s minimum construction standards. Pipe fittings and connections used from the water or sewer main to the applicant’s property line shall be furnished by the applicant, must meet the approval of the public works supervisor and shall be the property of the Town.
D. The fees assessed hereunder shall increase in the event of the remodel of a building or a change in the use of a property which results in an increase in the water line service size or the number of units subject to assessment hereunder. The owner of the subject property shall pay such increased fee as part of the building permit process.
E. These rates shall be deemed to have been effective on 1/1/08. Any property owner who has paid in excess of these fees since said effective date may apply for a refund for such excess. There shall not be any increase in hookup fees for hookups made prior to the passage of this ordinance as a result of the changes made by this ordinance.
This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after passage on three readings and publication according to law.
PASSED ON FIRST READING ON February 23, 2009.
PASSED ON SECOND READING ON March 9, 2009
PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED ON THIRD READING ON March 23, 2009.
TOWN OF PINEDALE, WYOMING:
BY: STEVE SMITH
ATTESTATION BY TOWN CLERK
STATE OF WYOMING
COUNTY OF SUBLETTE ss.
TOWN OF PINEDALE
I hereby certify that the foregoing Ordinance No. 446 was duly published in the Sublette Examiner, a newspaper of general circulation published in the Town of Pinedale, Wyoming, on the 19TH day of March, 2009.
I further certify that the foregoing Ordinance was duly recorded on Page _______ of Book ______ of Ordinances of the Town of Pinedale, Wyoming.
Public notice #1494. Published in the Sublette Examiner on April 2, 2009.
SEQ CHAPTER \h \r 1STATE OF WYOMING
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
ss. NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
COUNTY OF SUBLETTE
PROBATE NO. 1791
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF
THEODORE R. MURPHY,
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A DECREE OF DISTRIBUTION NUNC PRO TUNC
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN SAID ESTATE:
You are hereby notified that on March 10, 2009, a Petition for Decree of Distribution Nunc Pro Tunc was filed in the District Court, Ninth Judicial District, Sublette County, Wyoming, at Probate No.1791. In the Petition, the surviving children of Theodore R. Murphy claim the real property owned by the deceased, consisting of mineral interests located in Sublette County. Any action to set aside the Petition must be filed in the Court within two weeks from the date of the first publication of this notice.
Robert H. Leonard, Esq.
Attorney for the Estate
Public notice #1495. Published in the Sublette Examiner on April 2 and 9, 2009.
NOTICE OF PROPOSED TRANSFER / SALE
Pursuant to W.S. 15-1-112, the Town of Pinedale will hold a public hearing on 4/27/09 at 5:30 P.M. in the Pinedale Town Hall, 210 W. Pine Street, Pinedale, Wyoming regarding the proposed transfer/sale of certain personal property to the Joint Big Piney-Marbleton Airport Board. The concerned personal property is described as: 1992 International Dump Truck, VIN 1HTSDNUP7NH424952 with attached used WYDOT 12 foot snowplow.
Public notice #1496. Published in the Sublette Examiner on April 2, 9 and 16, 2009.
The regularly scheduled meeting of the Sublette County Board of Commissioners will be held on Friday, April 17, 2009 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:
Pursuant to Article VIII, Section 1 of the Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations, entitled Administration; the Sublette County Fire Board proposes amending the Sublette County Subdivision Resolution in order to add a Fire Protection Resolution to the subdivision requirements. The proposed amendment requires a minimum water source, for fire protection purposes for all new subdivisions proposing the development of 3 or more lots. The proposed amendment would apply on a Countywide basis.
Pursuant to Article VIII, Section 1 of the Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations, entitled Administration; the Sublette County Planning Department proposes amending the Sublette County Subdivision Resolution in order to clarify and update numerous chapters and sections of the existing Sublette County Subdivision Resolution. The proposed amendment(s) would apply on a Countywide basis.
3. Pursuant to Article VIII, Section 1 of the Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations, entitled `Administration; the Sublette County Planning Department proposes amending Chapter III, Section 6, entitled “Off-Street Parking”, of the Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations in order to base the non-residential parking requirement on use, rather than developed square footage. The proposed amendment would apply on a Countywide basis.
/s/ William W. Cramer, Chairman
Public notice #1497. Published in the Sublette Examiner on April 2, 2009.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Notice is hereby given of a public hearing on the proposed transfer of the following funds:
Unanticipated Revenue $42,456.36
Depreciation Reserve-Landfill, Reserve 200,000.00
Depreciation Reserve-Building Projects & Maintenance 2,000,000.00
Depreciation Reserve-Senior Centers/Facilities 2,646,580.00
Depreciation Reserve-Courthouse & Maintenance 1,150,000.00
Depreciation Reserve-Human Services 1,000,000.00
Depreciation Reserve-Town Joint Powers Boards 3,000,000.00
Depreciation Reserve-Resource Monitoring 500,000.00
County Commissioners-New Vehicle Reserve 10,100.00
Assessor-New Vehicle Reserve 6,000.00
County Attorney-New Vehicle Reserve 2,500.00
Planning & Zoning-New Vehicle Reserve 1,500.00
Detention-New Vehicle Reserve 5,800.00
Law Enforcement-New Vehicle Reserve 125,000.00
Search & Rescue-New Vehicle Reserve 3,500.00
Search & Rescue-ATV, Snowmobile Reserve 2,000.00
Search & Rescue-Swiftwater Equipment Reserve 1,500.00
Coroner-New Vehicle Reserve 3,875.00
Health Officer & Sanitarian-New Vehicle Reserve 1,125.00
Road & Bridge-Heavy Equipment Reserve 500,000.00
Emergency Management-New Vehicle Reserve 5,000.00
Fairgrounds-New Vehicle Reserve 2,250.00
To supplement the following funds in the amounts shown:
County Attorney-Books & Publications $505.03
County Attorney-Traffic School 3,000.00
Clerk of District Court-Law Library 568.50
Courthouse & MaintenanceBuilding Maintenance & Supplies Courthouse & Maintenance-Property 2,200,000.00
Courthouse & Maintenance-Government Facilities 750,000.00
Detention-Prisoners Board 250.00
Detention-Prisoners Medical 370.06
Law Enforcement-Public Services 120.00
Law Enforcement-Canine Animal Control 1,660.00
Law Enforcement-Maintenance on Vehicles 9,290.60
Law Enforcement-Training 2,782.42
County Health-Vaccine 3,124.15
Transfer Station-Scales Building 200,000.00
General Fund-Marbleton Ambulance Barn 1,000,000.00
General Fund-Blind Bull Cabin 20,000.00
General Fund-Air Toxics & Ozone Study 500,000.00
General Fund-Big Piney Joint Powers Board 1,000,000.00
General Fund-Marbleton Joint Powers Board 1,000,000.00
General Fund-Pinedale Joint Powers Board 1,000,000.00
General Fund-Senior Citizens Facilities 2,646,580.00
Equipment Reserve 670,150.00
TOTAL $ 11,209,186.36
The said hearing will be held in the Commissioners Meeting Room of the Sublette County Courthouse in Pinedale, Wyoming, on the 7th of April, 2009, at 10:30 a.m., at which time any and all persons interested may appear and be heard respecting such transfer of funds.
Dated this 27th day of March, 2009, at Pinedale, Wyoming.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
SUBLETTE COUNTY, WYOMING
/s/ William W. Cramer, Chairman
/s/ Mary L. Lankford, County Clerk
Public notice #1498. Published in the Sublette Examiner on April 2, 2009.
OFFICIAL COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS
MARCH 17, 2009
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, Tiffany Turner of the Sublette Examiner, Jonathan Van Dyke of the Pinedale Roundup, and Mary Lankford, County Clerk present.
Chairman Cramer led those present in the Pledge of Allegiance.
The minutes of the preceding regular meetings of February 23, 2009 and March 3, 2009, were approved and ordered filed on motion by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman. The motion carried.
The official bond for Annie Espenscheid, Treasurer for the Ag. Center Committee, in the amount of $35,000 was approved and ordered filed with the County Treasurer.
It was moved by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman to authorize the Chairman to sign the Contract for Sale for the purchase of 9.28 acres, more or less, from the Richardson Revocable Trust, dated June 10, 2005, Cecilia Richardson, Trustee, for the amount of $200,000, and to authorize the County Clerk to sign the closing documents for the purchase. The motion carried.
Brian Gray, representing WLC, discussed the location of the proposed bike path on Ehman Lane. Members of the Recreation Board expressed their support for locating the path on the east side of the road next to the right-of-way fence. Butch Penton, Road and Bridge Superintendent, expressed his concerns about that location, due to utilities and maintenance, and expressed his support for locating the path adjacent to the road. The Board referred Gray to the County Attorney concerning the utility issues.
Butch Penton, Road and Bridge Superintendent, reported on hauling gravel for the LaBarge Creek Road and dust suppression. A complimentary letter was read from Van and Marilyn Huffman.
Mark Eatinger, representing Rio Verde Engineering, reported on meeting with the Forest Service on the Skyline Drive project. Eatinger reported that new plans will be available next month.
Eatinger reported on another option for the East Green River Road dug way to be presented to the BLM.
Billy Pape, Assistant Road and Bridge Superintendent, presented liner information about the evaporation pond at the County Shop. It was moved by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman to approve the quote from Geotec Industrial Supply for the amount of $104,896.00. The motion carried.
In accordance with Resolution No. 09-10084C, dated January 27, 2009, a hearing was held proposing to vacate a part of the Paradise County Road No. 23-136. No objections were presented. At such time when the stipulations in Paragraph 4 of the stated resolution are fulfilled, the Board will, by Resolution, vacate the part of said roadway.
Paul Scherbel discussed the easement for the North Piney Cottonwood Road. The Board directed Penton to review the easement.
Mark Kroeger and Jeff Lewis, representing the Ice Arena Committee, discussed the replacement of the compressors. The Board requested that the compressors be evaluated before they are replaced. Commissioner Bousman expressed his concern for increased operating costs. Commissioner Linn inquired about complaints from users.
It was moved by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman to approve and authorize the Chairman to sign a consent to enlarge the Sage Ditch. The motion carried.
Brian Gray, representing WLC, reviewed the infrastructure for the Nichols Annexation, including water, sewer, and streets, at an estimated cost of $1.7 million.
Jason Zakotnik, representing WLC, and Andy McGinnis, representing the Rural Health Care District, discussed the Old Marbleton Clinic. The Board decided to have the ambulance barn removed from the Old Marbleton Clinic, but not demolish the Clinic Building, and directed Zakotnik to notify the Contractor.
Jim Mackey, representing Groathouse Construction, discussed a potential Project Manager and proposed a three month contract for services. The Board requested the contract for their next meeting on April 7th.
Paul Stille, representing Leo Riley and Company, presented the draft FY09 Financial Audit. The final report will be available by March 31th.
It was moved by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman to recess the meeting for an Executive Session with County Attorney Lucky McMahon and Deputy County Attorney Tony Reyes to discuss personnel and potential litigation. The motion carried.
It was moved by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman to reconvene the meeting.
The motion carried.
District Judge Marvin Tyler discussed courtroom security updates and requested funding in the upcoming budget for a contract Law Clerk. The Board agreed to include the request in the upcoming budget.
Kathy Anderson, Treatment Court Coordinator, reviewed the development of the Coordinated Care of Sublette County.
Kristel Blair, Brad Mariner, and Bob McCarty, representing the Class II Road Committee, presented Bill Budd Road and Lynn Drive for inspection. It was moved by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman to approve Bill Budd Road and Lynn Drive for inspection. The motion carried.
Mark Eatinger, representing Rio Verde Engineering, discussed the snowplowing issues at Meadowlark Lane.
Brad Clingman, Waste Management Superintendent, discussed the repairs needed at the Pinedale Transfer Station, the construction of the Scales Building, utilities, and disposal of wood waste. The Board discussed the hours of operation and decided to change the hours at the Pinedale Transfer Station to 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Saturday.
Ryan McGuire, representing M & M Transfer, discussed the Pinedale Transfer Station hauling contract. After discussing and agreeing on the fuel cost adjustment factor, it was moved by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman to approve and sign the contract. The motion carried, and all parties signed the contract.
The Sublette County Conservation District presented a program on Cooperative Permittee monitoring.
The Board reviewed a request from Barney Snyder to lease a parcel of County property for hay production this summer. The Board approved the request and forwarded it to the County Attorney to prepare the agreement.
Cat Urbigkit discussed ravens.
The Board approved and signed Memorandums of Understanding with Sweetwater and Lincoln Counties for air quality monitoring.
It was moved by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman to approve and sign a contract with Chambers Design-Build, Inc. for the design and construction of a sand storage building at Big Piney Road and Bridge. The motion carried.
It was moved by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman to adopt Resolution No. 09-10088C prohibiting animals on County property. The motion carried.
It was moved by Commissioner Bousman and seconded by Commissioner Linn to approve a request from John LaBuda, of the Public Defenders Office, to increase his stipend for office rent to $1,000 per month, due to increased work load and confidentiality, for as long as the work load remains at the current level. The motion carried.
Accounts Payable audited and approved for payment:
JERRY AHRNDT 66.65 / AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN, INC. 238.86 /ALL AMERICAN FUEL COMPANY, INC. 18,217.15 / ALSCO 157.97 /ANIMAL CLINIC OF PINEDALE PC 303.68 / ARAMARK 149.46 / A TO Z HARDWARE 692.36 /AMERICAN VAN EQUIPMENT, INC. 284.24 / BARNES DISTRIBUTION 2,485.27 /BAYMONT INN-PINEDALE 182.00 / BBC AUDIOBOOKS AMERICA 167.88 /BIG J’S AUTO PARTS INC. 1,913.03 / JOEL E. BOUSMAN 1,804.44 / SARAH BREW 67.40 /BRITTAIN WORLD TRAVEL 689.90 / BURNEY & COMPANY 19.98 / CHRIS CARTWRIGHT 428.59 /CARDIAC SCIENCE INC. 395.00 / CDW GOVERNMENT, INC. 66.14 / CENTURYTEL 6,121.85 /CERTIFIED ENGINEERING SYSTEMS 218.38 / CHAMBERS DESIGN-BUILD INC. 135,709.65 /CLIMB WYOMING 14,999.99 / COMMUNICATION CONCEPTS 279.60 / CS & T INC. 2,044.56 /CURTIS COVILL 50.00 / CRUM ELECTRIC 282.48 / COAST TO COAST SOLUTIONS 226.69 /WY DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 2.00 / DEQ, AIR QUALITY DIVISION 200.00 /DRIVERS LICENSE GUIDE COMPANY 61.85 / JACK T. DOYLE 2,158.00 /EAGLE STORAGE 65.00 / EAI WEST, INC 29,110.80 /ECOSYSTEM RESEARCH GROUP, LLC 15,530.87 / EIDEN’S CONSTRUCTION LLC 8,833.75 /MICHAEL F. ENRIGHT 350.00 / ELECTION SYSTEMS & SOFTWARE, INC. 17,453.06 /EVANS LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT CO 319.40 / FREMONT COUNTY CORONER 75.00 /FEW INVESTMENTS, LLC 1,186.91 / FIRST AMERICAN TITLE COMPANY 125.00 /FLEET SERVICES 953.27 / FOR-SHOR COMPANY 492.48 /FORSGREN ASSOCIATES INC. 23,017.04 / FRONTIER ELECTRIC INC. 54.10 /DERETH GEHLHAUSEN 250.80 / JAMES GEHLHAUSEN 31.93 /GE JOHNSON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 63,656.93 / GE MONEY BANK/AMAZON 2,989.38 /GLOBAL INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT 3,641.47 / GREENWOOD MAPPING, INC. 3,637.50 /HENDERSON ENGINEERS INC 74,545.53 / HILTI INC. 199.50 /HOLLAND EQUIPMENT COMPANY 652.25 / MIKE HUECKSTAEDT 828.88 /INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES 108.34 / INTERMOUNTAIN LOCK & SECURITY 451.20 /JACK’S TRUCK & EQUIPMENT 211.28 / JJ’S SERVICE SALVAGE & TOWING 450.00 /JOHNSON CONTROLS 360.00 / KIRK JOHNSON 82.14 / BRIAN KETTERHAGEN 277.34 /ANGIE KOLIS 127.98 / KWAL PAINT 1,533.88 / LABUDA LAW OFFICE, PC 445.00 /LORMAN EDUCATION SERVICES 339.00 / KATHERINE N. MAJERUS 333.75 /MAKING PLACES, INC. 5,715.39 / LUCKETTA MCMAHON 945.28 / MHL SYSTEMS 23,200.12 /MIDWAY MALL 57.84 / MODERN PRINTING COMPANY 265.73 / MOOSLEY MAILBOXES 182.63 /MOORE MEDICAL,LLC 70.98 / FRANK MORRISON 300.00 / MOTOSAT 2,226.61 /MOUNTAIN WEST ELECTRIC INC. 2,872.13 / MYERS TIRE SUPPLY COMPANY 3,039.61 /NATIONAL BUSINESS FURNITURE 261.90 / NELSON ENGINEERING, INC. 41,772.77 /NELICO EQUIPMENT SERVICE & SUPPLIES 151.31 / NETWORK INNOVATIONS, INC. 868.35 /ANTONETTE NOBLE 300.00 / NORTHERN SAFETY CO. INC. 289.90 / NOR-TECH 8,937.00 /NUTECH SPECIALTIES 283.20 / OFFICE OUTLET 2,104.47 / OFFICE SCAPES 13,617.88 /ANDREW O’NEAL 235.40 / PACIFIC WATER INC. 35.70 /PAYNE ENGINEERING INC. 1,823.00 / PEARSON EDUCATION 1,129.79 /PINEDALE AUTO SUPPLY 3,979.77 / PINEDALE LUMBER 1,031.46 /PINEDALE NATURAL GAS CO. 327.41 / PINEDALE ROUNDUP 724.00 /PINEDALE SINCLAIR 36.10 / PINEDALE JOINT POWERS BOARD 1,000,000.00 /POSITIVE PROMOTIONS 106.85 / U.S. POSTMASTER 456.30 / PPS CO.INC. 4,025.05
PROVIDENCE ARCHITECTURE INC. 2,722.79 / QUILL CORPORATION 69.96 /R&B SUPPLY 366.95 / RECORDED BOOKS 274.40 / RECYCLE SYSTEMS, LLC 1,487.07 /RENDEZVOUS POINTE 9,299.00 / RURAL HEALTH CARE DISTRICT 1,116.00 /RIDLEY’S FAMILY MARKETS 557.60 / RIO VERDE ENGINEERING 30,444.60 /ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 8,100.67 / ROCKY MOUNTAIN WASH, LLC 364.00 /ROCKY MOUNTAIN PROPANE 2,376.26 / ROCKHURST UNIVERSITY 149.00 /R.S. BENNETT CONSTRUCTION INC. 257,763.08 / SARGENT INC. 3,305.60
SUBLETTE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 3,721.00 /SUBLETTE CITIZENS FOR RECYCLING 60,000.00 / SEVERSON SUPPLY CO., INC. 20,797.05 /SHADOW MOUNTAIN WATER OF WY 1,163.00 / SHEPARD’S AUTO 784.41 /SHERWIN-WILLIAMS 89.26 / SIX STATES DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 2,180.78 /STEPHEN SMITH 369.70 / TANYA SMITH 100.00 / SOUTHWEST SUBLETTE COUNTY 185.08 /SUBLETTE COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 1,049.15 / SUBLETTE EXAMINER 1,101.50 /SUMMIT PARTNERS LLC 400.00 / SUPERIOR BOILER INC. 6,658.67 / SHANE TEMLAR 21.95 /TESCO WILLIAMSEN 1,150.85 / TETON MOTORS, INC 69.08 /THE LEARNING CENTER 150,000.00 / TIP TOP SEARCH & RESCUE 191.00 /THE TIRE DEN, INC. 9,029.22 / TOM’S SADDLE SHOP 68.00 /TRANS EQUIPMENT SUPPLY-RCK. SPR 1,240.00 / KARSON TURNER 25.70 /UNION TELEPHONE 43.49 / ELLEN UNREIN 185.74 / VISTA PROPERTIES LLC 2,000.00 /VEHICLE LIGHTING SOLUTIONS, INC 6,248.25 / WARNER TRUCK CENTER 2,998.55 /WAXIE SANITARY SUPPLY 2,852.53 / JOHN WELLS 13.76 / WEST PAYMENT CENTER 534.38 /WESTERN TIRE CHAIN 1,392.60 / WOLF AUTO CENTER 137.50 /WIND RIVER WEB SERVICES LLC 300.00 / WYOMING MACHINERY COMPANY 12,940.50 /WYOMING AUTOPSY INC. 1,290.00 / WYOMING BEHAVIORAL INSTITUTE 2,740.00 /WYOMING.COM 104.85 / WYO LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY 2,010.00 /WYOMING TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER 315.00 / WYOMING WORKER’S SAFETY AND 10,066.61 /XEROX CORPORATION 1,466.99 / DONNA YEAGER 26.53
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
/s/ Mary L. Lankford, County Clerk
Public notice #1499. Published in the Sublette Examiner on April 2, 2009.
The following is a list of all chief administrative officials, assistant, administrative officials, elected officials, department heads and full-time employees of the Town of Pinedale specified by name and position, excluding salaries and fringe benefits:
Ron Hanson, Public Works; Randy Hubbard, Public Works; Patty Racich, Clerk/Treasurer; Liz Dailey, Office Assistant; Julie Early, Animal Control Officer; Ruth Neely, Municipal Judge ; James Parker, Airport Manager; Kate Grimes, Planning and Zoning Administrator ; John Mivshek, Public Works, Richard C. Rohrer, Public Works; Public Randy J. Simpson, Public Works; Alan Svalberg, Public Works; Josh A. Wilson, Public Works; Mary Hogarty, Mayor’s Assistant; Eugene Ninnie, Engineer; Jennifer Gocke, Municipal Code Officer; Stephen Smith, Mayor; Nylla Kunard, Councilperson;Chris House, Councilperson; David Hohl, Councilperson; David Smith, Councilperson.
Public notice #1500. Published in the Sublette Examiner on April 2, 2009.
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