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Sublette Examiner
Volume 9, Number 7 - May 5, 2009
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Public Notices



ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
FOR
PIONEER CENTER BLOCK
INFRASTRUCTURE
SUBLETTE COUNTY, WYOMING
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to W.S. § 24-2-110, that Sublette County, will receive sealed bids until 10:00 AM., Local Time, May 13, 2009, for the following:
Pioneer Center Block Infrastructure
CONSTRUCTION OF APPROXIMATELY 3600 LINEAR FEET OF STREETS. PROJECT WILL INCLUDE WATER AND SEWER MAIN INSTALLATION, GRADING, CRUSHED BASE, HOT PLANT MIX, CURB AND GUTTER, AND MISCELLANEOUS WORK IN THE TOWN OF MARBLETON.
Bids must be in one sealed envelope with statement thereon “BID ENCLOSED Pioneer Center Block Infrastructure” and submitted to WLC Engineer, Surveying, and Planning, 58 South Tyler Street, PO Box 1519, Pinedale, Wyoming, at or before the above stated time. Bids will be opened publicly, read aloud, and tabulated by WLC at the Marbleton Town Hall at the above stated time. No bid may be withdrawn for a period of thirty (30) days after the date set for opening thereof. Sublette County will accept the lowest responsible bid, reserving however, the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any informalities or technicalities in the bidding. Any bid received after the time specified or without accompanying Bid Guaranty, as stated below, will not be considered.
Bidding Documents, including specifications, will be available on April 16, 2009 from the ENGINEER, WLC Engineering, Surveying, and Planning; 58 South Tyler; PO Box 1519; Pinedale, Wyoming (307) 367-6548. Bidders may obtain one set of plans for $50; the payment is non-refundable. Partial sets are not available.
Public notice #1512. Published in the Sublette Examiner on April 16, 23, 30 and May 5, 2009.
Town of Pinedale
Invitation To Bid
The Town of Pinedale will be accepting sealed bids for the sale of the following three service vehicles: A 1995 Ford Ranger XLT Extended Cab with 58,960 miles, a 1994 Ford Ranger XL with Flat Bed and 37,645miles and a 2001 Oldsmobile Bravada with 90,994 miles. Vehicles are sold “as is, where is,” without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied. Sealed bids must be received at the Pinedale Town Hall no later than 5:00pm on Friday May 15, 2009. Put “Attention: Ron Hanson- Vehicles” on the sealed envelope. Bids may be dropped off at the Town Hall, 210 West Pine Street, or may be mailed to the Town of Pinedale, P.O. Box 709, Pinedale, WY 82941. The Town of Pinedale reserves the right to refuse any and all bids.
Public notice #1520. Published in the Sublette Examiner on April 30 and May 5 and 12, 2009.


NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Notice is hereby given that Pinedale Airport Board (hereafter referred to as the “Sponsor” or “Owner”), will receive sealed bids for the Ralph Wenz Field Blast Pads & Sign Inserts Project, State Project No. PNA-17A at Ralph Wenz Field.
The project involves:
Schedule 1 and 1A – Blast Pads at Runway Ends, Inset Threshold Lights, Pavement Markings. Schedule 1 is a Bituminous Pavement Option and Schedule 1A is a Portland Cement Pavement Option.
Schedule 2 – Taxiway Guidance Sign Lighting Inserts
Schedule 3 – Runway and Taxiway Painting
The bids must be prepared on forms supplied by the Owner and filed with the Pinedale Airport Board, P.O. Box 1766, 9357 US Highway 191, Pinedale, WY 82941 with the envelope clearly marked with the name of the bid no later than 2:00 p.m. on May 28, 2009. Hand delivered bids will be accepted ONLY on the date of the bid opening. The bids will be publicly opened and read aloud in the presence of the bidders and their representatives at that time and date.
The Bidder (proposer) must supply all the information required by the bid or proposal forms and specifications.
No bids will be received after the specified hour and date. Bids that are not prepared and filed in accordance with proposal requirements and conditions of the specifications, may be rejected.
All bids must be accompanied either by a certified check, payable to Pinedale Airport Board in the amount of five percent (5%) of the bid, or by a Bid Bond in a like amount and executed by an approved surety company. The check or bond will be retained by the Owner as liquidated damages if the successful bidder refuses or fails to enter into contract and performance bond in accord with his bid within fifteen (15) days after date of notification of award.
The Wyoming Prevailing Wage Act of 1967 [§ 27-4-401 et seq] is applicable to this project, as well as all other applicable wage statutes and shall be complied with by the Contractor.
After April 28, 2009, the Contract Documents are available for inspection at the office of the Airport Manager (located in the FBO Building).
The Contract Documents, consisting of this Project Manual and the Plan Set, may be examined or obtained in person at the office of: GDA Engineers, 1508 Stampede Avenue, Cody, WY 82414 or by calling (307) 587-3411 to request contract documents be shipped. Contract Documents may be obtained for a non-refundable reproduction charge of $100.00. Interested parties may register and view the plans and specifications at www.gdaengineers.com. Online contract documents are for use by subcontractors and suppliers in preparing quotations to prime bidders. All prime bidders must purchase a hard copy of the Project Manual and the Plan Set.
Bids may not be withdrawn after the time fixed for opening them. The Owner reserves the right to waive irregularities in the bids and reject any and all bids.
In accordance with the provisions of Section 16-6-102 and 16-6-103, Volume 3, Title 9 of the Wyoming Compiled Statutes, 1977, and Chapter XI – Rules of practice and procedure before the commissioner of labor concerning certification of resident contractors on Public Works Construction Projects filed May 15, 1990, with the Wyoming Secretary of State, preference will be given to Resident Wyoming Contractors in the manner outlined therein. A five percent preference shall be given to Wyoming resident contractors in accordance with the provisions of Wyoming Statutes #16-6-101 et seq.
Preference is hereby given to materials, supplies, agricultural products, equipment, machinery and provisions produced, manufactured, or grown in Wyoming, or supplied by a resident of the state, quality being equal to articles offered by the competitors outside of the state. A successful resident bidder shall not subcontract more than thirty percent (30%) of the work covered by his contract to non-resident contractors.
The Bidder is advised that construction site aviation safety is of paramount importance. There is a Construction Operations Plan that is part of the project requirements and the Contractor will need to conduct his/her operations in strict compliance with this plan. There are penalty provisions outlined in the Construction Operations Plan for noncompliance by the Contractor’s personnel. All costs associated with the Contractor’s compliance with this operational plan will be considered incidental to and included in the prices bid for the actual work items of the bid schedule.
All bidders are advised to examine the site to become familiar with all site conditions.
The project will be shown to interested Bidders at 2:00 p.m., May 12, 2009 local time, at the office of the Airport Manager located upstairs in the FBO building at Ralph Wenz Field.
BY ORDER OF PINEDALE AIRPORT BOARD.
S/
Jim McLellan
Ralph Wenz Field
Notice to Contractors
Blast Pads & Sign Inserts Project
Public notice #1521. Published in the Sublette Examiner on April 30 and May 5 and 12, 2009.


INVITATION FOR BIDS
SMALL ASPHALT PROJECTS
for
SUBLETTE COUNTY, WYOMING
Sealed BIDS are requested for work described in the Project Manual for the above named project prepared by Rio Verde Engineering, 804 Hoback Street, P.O. Box 642, Pinedale, Wyoming 82941.
Bids will be received by Rio Verde Engineering until 2:00 PM local time on May 15, 2009 at which time said BIDS will be publicly opened and read aloud.
The work consists of unclassified excavation of 475 cy, placing 750 tons of crushed base, 550 tons of asphalt, 760 lf of 3’ valley pan, 200 lf of 6’ valley pan, 1-60” manhole, and misc. appurtenances.
Copies of the Project Manual and the Design Drawings specifying the work to be performed may be obtained from Rio Verde Engineering.
BIDDERS shall be required to accompany each bid with a BID Bond with sufficient surety, or a certified check, cashier’s check or bank draft upon some reputable bank payable to Sublette County for at least ten (10) percent of the total amount of the BID. The bond, check or bank draft shall be forfeited as liquidated damages, if the BIDDER, upon the letting of the contract to him, fails to enter into the contract within ten (10) days after it is presented to him for that purpose or fails to proceed with the performance of the contract. The Bid Bond, draft or check shall be retained by Sublette County until proper bond to secure performance of the contract has been filed and approved. All the above is to be in accordance with 15-1-113, Wyoming Statutes, 2009.
The right is reserved by Sublette County to reject any and all BIDS, and to waive any irregularity or informality in the bidding. BIDS may not be withdrawn for thirty days after the date of opening.
SUBLETTE COUNTY, WYOMING
Dated this 24 day of April, 2009.
Public notice #1526. Published in the Sublette Examiner on April 30 and May 5 and 12, 2009.


OFFICIAL COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS
APRIL 17, 2009
The Board of County Commissioners met in regular session in the Commissioner 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, Jonathan Van Dyke of the Pinedale Roundup, and Mary Lankford, County Clerk present.
Chairman Cramer led those present in the Pledge of Allegiance.
The official bond for Paul Scherbel, County Surveyor, in the amount of $1,000, was approved and ordered filed with the County Clerk.
Butch Penton, Road and Bridge Superintendent, reported on chips from the Town of Pinedale and enlarging the County Road easement in Shelter Park.
Mark Eatinger, representing Rio Verde Engineering, reported on Mickelson Lane, Skyline Drive, and miscellaneous asphalt projects. The Dry Piney Road was discussed and it was determined that a meeting is still needed.
Aaron Seehafer, representing Rio Verde Engineering, presented a memo of the proposed Barger gravel pit.
It was moved by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman to recess the meeting for an Executive Session with Connie Barger, Clayton Lunde, Aaron Seehafer, Mark Eatinger, Butch Penton, Paul Scherbel, County Planner Bart Myers, and Deputy County Attorney Tony Reyes to discuss the possible purchase of real estate. The motion carried.
It was moved by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman to reconvene the meeting.
The motion carried.
It was moved by Commissioner Bousman and seconded by Commissioner Linn to approve and sign the Public Health Nurse contract with the State of Wyoming. The motion carried.
It was moved by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman to approve a lease agreement with Barney Snyder for the hay on the pt. S1/2SE1/4, Section 3, T33N, R109W. The motion carried.
It was moved by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman to approve the issuance of a malt beverage permit to A Woman’s Work for a fundraiser at the Sublette County Fairgrounds on May 9, 2009. The motion carried.
It was moved by Commissioner Bousman and seconded by Commissioner Linn to reappoint Paul Scherbel as the County Surveyor for one year. The motion carried.
The Board discussed a proposed pasture lease from Billy Pape and decided to advertise the property to be leased. County Assessor Janet Montgomery informed the Board that County-owned property needed to be used for governmental purposes, or it would be taxed.
It was moved by Commissioner Bousman and seconded by Commissioner Linn to approve a proposal for website development from CivicPlus for the amount of $17,878 with an annual maintenance fee of $3,000. The motion carried.
It was moved by Commissioner Bousman and seconded by Commissioner Linn to support and act as agent for the Wood Stove Change-Out Program. The motion carried.
The Board reviewed Resolution No. 2009-04 passed by the Town of Pinedale in support of the petition to establish primary and secondary Wyoming ambient air quality standards for ozone that are stricter than the National Ambient Air Quality Standards.
It was moved by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman to approve the proposal presented by Jeremy Christensen for Phase I design for bidding a new irrigation system, in the amount of $25,000, from Carl A. Thuesen, at Rendezvous Meadows Golf Course. The motion carried.
In accordance with the public notice published in the Sublette Examiner on April 2, 2009, public hearing was held for the following:
It was moved by Commissioner Bousman and seconded by Commissioner Linn to approve and act upon the recommendation of the Planning and Zoning Commission. Upon vote, the motion carried, and the following resolution was adopted:
RESOLUTION NO. 09-10092C
A RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION AND APPROVING THE APPLICATION BY SUBLETTE COUNTY TO AMEND THE SUBLETTE COUNTY SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS RESOLUTION.
It was moved by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman to approve an application by Gambling Mountain LLC, for the JJ Minor Subdivision, creating one lot being 3.47 acres from a 107 acre parcel, zoned R-R, in Sections 28 and 29, T34N, R109W. The motion carried.
It was moved by Commissioner Linn and seconded by Commissioner Bousman to recess the meeting for an Executive Session with Aaron Seehafer, representing Rio Verde Engineering, and Deputy County Attorney Tony Reyes, to discuss the possible purchase of real estate. The motion carried.
It was moved by Commissioner Bousman and seconded by Commissioner Linn to reconvene the meeting.
The motion carried.
Tony Chambers and Bonnie Chambers, representing Chambers Design-Build, and Brad Waters, representing Providence Architecture, discussed the retainage on the Facilities Maintenance Facility. Chambers reviewed the Pay Application and discussed the credit adjustments. After discussion of the credits and completion of the project, it was moved by Commissioner Bousman and seconded by Chairman Cramer to approve the payment of $67,951.70 of the $132,900.20 retainage, authorize the County Clerk to pay the $15,557.30 Change Order, once that the documentation for that Change Order is presented to the architect and approved, and direct Chambers, Waters, with Groathouse Construction to arbitrate the remaining balance and return with the pay request for the balance of the retainage on May 5th.
The motion carried, with the vote being: Cramer-aye, Bousman-aye, and Linn-nay.
Accounts Payable audited and approved for payment:
JERRY AHRNDT 12.85 / AIRPORT AUTOMOTIVE 610.11 /AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN, INC. 215.53 / ALL AMERICAN FUEL COMPANY, INC. 33.63 /ALSCO 75.09 / ARAMARK 1,716.96 / AT&T 25.00 / A TO Z HARDWARE 423.24 /BEAR COM 9,339.52 / BELVEAL SIGNS 285.00 / BI2 TECHNOLOGIES 9,990.00 /B-N-C TRASH SERVICE INC. 210.00 / JOEL BOUSMAN 338.71
BRITTAIN WORLD TRAVEL 3,534.48 / CARROT-TOP INDUSTRIES INC. 447.15 /CAROLINA SOFTWARE 300.00 / CASPER STAR TRIBUNE 393.31 / CENTURYTEL 471.91 /CHAMBERS DESIGN-BUILD INC. 67,951.70 / COMMUNICATION CONCEPTS 16.95 /COMMUNITY CONTROLS 464.00 / CS & T INC. 50.00 / CURTIS COVILL 50.00 /CIVIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE 179.95/ CURRAN-SEELEY FOUNDATION 8,750.00 /D.A. SCREENING 150.00 / DELL MARKETING LP 2,496.42 / SHERRI DIMIT 124.85 /DOLPHIN BAY HOTEL 883.08 / JACK T. DOYLE 6,195.03/ EAGLE STORAGE 65.00 /ECOSYSTEM RESEARCH GROUP, LLC 13,020.83 / SUSAN EVERSULL 166.25 /FEW INVESTMENTS, LLC 1,186.91/ FLEET LITE INCORPORATED 19.90 /FLEET SERVICES 1,088.57 / FORSGREN ASSOCIATES INC. 8,803.40 /FRONTIER ELECTRIC INC. 87.41/ FULLER & SCHAEDLER LAW OFFICES 345.00/GARAGE DOOR HANDIMAN 993.00 / GASES PLUS 97.12 / DERETH GEHLHAUSEN 267.85 /SHANNON GEHLHAUSEN 28.00 / F. GASTON GOSAR 350.00 /GREENWOOD MAPPING, INC. 3,562.50 / RANDALL HANSON 727.64 /HENDERSON ENGINEERS INC 28,735.95 / HOLLAND EQUIPMENT COMPANY 106.68 /ID VILLE 757.96/ INTERSTATE BATTERIES OF 353.85 /INTERMOUNTAIN LOCK & SECURITY 140.47 / JACK’S TRUCK & EQUIPMENT 781.98 /BARRY JOHNSON 210.55 / KENWORTH SALE ROCK SPRINGS 204.00 /BRIAN KETTERHAGEN 133.28 / LITTLE AMERICA HOTELS AND RESORTS 86.84 /JOHN LINN 2,111.74 / THE LODGE AT PINEDALE 65.00 / M & M TRANSFER INC. 110.00 /M & N EQUIPMENT, LLC 594.00 / MACDONALD EQUIPMENT 1,765.10 / JOSHUA MAY 1,092.00 /LUCKETTA MCMAHON 21.63 / MECHANICAL PRODUCTS 349.00 / METROCOUNT USA INC. 301.00 /MHL SYSTEMS 1,008.80 / MICROTEL INN & SUITES 462.00 / MIDWAY MALL 295.00 /MIKE’S HEATING SERVICE 2,379.55 / MOOSLEY MAILBOXES 503.73
FRANK MORRISON 50.00 / MOTOROLA 50.00/ MOUNTAIN WEST TRUCK CENTER 1,085.00
NADCP ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2,225.00 / NELSON ENGINEERING, INC. 3,413.51 /NETWORK INNOVATIONS, INC. 855.33 / NO HASSLE AUTO GLASS LLC 1,023.15 /NUTECH SPECIALTIES 287.30 / OFFICE DEPOT 305.03 / OFFICE OUTLET 776.85 /OFFICE SCAPES 3,168.06 / ANDREW O’NEAL 21.16 /PACIFIC STEEL & RECYCLING 2,515.24 / PALMER LAW OFFICE, P.C. 5,814.25
PARK COUNTY ENGINEER 50.00 / PROFESSIONAL DISPATCH MANAGEMENT 590.00 /PHSI PURE WATER FINANCE 900.00 / PINEDALE LUMBER 3.42 /PINEDALE NATURAL GAS CO. 296.14 / PINEDALE ROUNDUP 39.75 /STEPHEN L. REESE 450.00 / U.S. POSTMASTER 522.18 / PPS CO.INC. 1,749.45 /QUILL CORPORATION 559.31/ JASON RAY 560.03 / RELIABLE OFFICE SUPPLIES 444.96 /RENDEZVOUS POINTE 8,365.00/ ANTHONY REYES 530.35 /RURAL HEALTH CARE BOARD 110,000.00 / RIDLEY’S FAMILY MARKETS 4,551.54 /RIO VERDE ENGINEERING 7,562.50 / ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 16,132.64 /ROCKY MOUNTAIN WASH, LLC 655.00 / ROCKY MOUNTAIN PROPANE 1,058.17 /ROSCOE STEEL & CULVERT 21,390.42 / SATCOM GLOBAL FZE 122.40 /SUBLETTE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 3,721.00 / SCSD NO. 9 ACTIVITY 2,500.00 /SHEPARD’S AUTO 93.90 / SIEMENS HEALTHCARE DIAGNOSTICS 3,403.83
SIEMENS BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 417.00 / TANYA SMITH 80.11 /SNAP ON TOOLS 1,032.00 / STITCHIN POST 814.00 / STOCKMAN’S CLUB & BAR 197.55 /SUBLETTE EXAMINER 2,814.80 / SUMMIT PARTNERS LLC 400.00 / TECHDEPOT 20.74 /TEE’S PLUS 58.75 / SHANE TEMLAR 24.02 / TEPROMARK INTERNATIONAL INC. 610.00 /TESCO WILLIAMSEN 975.00 / THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR 4,685.02 /TIP TOP SEARCH & RESCUE 6,910.02 / THE TIRE DEN, INC. 6,386.34 /TOWN OF PINEDALE 117.99 / BLAKE TURNER 197.44 / UNION TELEPHONE 3,038.47 /UNITED PARCEL SERVICE 56.19 / VAUGHNS PLUMBING & HEATING 675.00 /VISTA PROPERTIES LLC 2,000.00 / VEHICLE LIGHTING SOLUTIONS, INC 25,727.76 /WCTA 100.00 / JOHN WELLS 194.19 / WEST PAYMENT CENTER 1,122.62 /WESTERN VETERINARY SERVICE 75.00 / WHISLER CHEVROLET CO.,INC. 843.00 /WILLIAMS AUTOMOTIVE INC. 140.14 / WLC ENGINEERING, SURVEYING AND PLAN 13,117.75 /WIND RIVER PIZZERIA 331.95 / WYOMING STATE BAR ASSOCIATION 85.00 /WYOMING MACHINERY COMPANY 30,220.90 / WYOMING.COM 104.85 /WYOMING WORKER’S SAFETY AND 10,093.56 / XEROX CORPORATION 292.12
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 2:05 p.m.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
SUBLETTE COUNTY, WYOMING
/s/ William W. Cramer, Chairman
Attest:
/s/ Mary L. Lankford, County Clerk
Public notice #1528. Published in the Sublette Examiner on May 5, 2009.


Public Notice
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#1B7KF23W5WJ107308. 101,460 miles, 4WD, Automatic, Club Cab as is. Auction to be held on May 8, 2009 at 1:00 P.M. Minimum Bid $5,000.00.
Public notice #1527. Published in the Sublette Examiner on April 30 and May 5, 2009.


NOTICE OF FINAL PAYMENT
Pursuant to Section 16-6-116, Wyoming Statutes, 1982, republished edition as amended, notice is hereby given that the Pinedale, Wyoming Airport Board has accepted the work on the Ralph Wenz NAVAIDS Project, State Project No. PNA-14X as substantially completed according to the plans and specifications and rules set forth in the Contract and that DACO Construction Company, Inc. is entitled to final settlement therefore. Upon the 41st day, (June 15, 2009), after the first publication of this notice, that The Pinedale Airport Board, under whose direction of supervision the work has been carried out will pay to DACO Construction Company, Inc. the full amount due under the Contract. All persons, firms, or corporations who have any claims for work done or materials furnished on said public work are hereby notified that final payment will be made to DACO Construction Company, Inc. in accordance with the terms of the Contract on June 16, 2009. This section does not relieve DACO Construction Company, Inc. and the sureties on his bond from any claims of work or labor done or materials or supplies furnished in the execution of the Contract.
Public notice #1529. Published in the Sublette Examiner on May 5, 12 and 19, 2009.


ORDINANCE NO. 447
A Ordinance Amending the Annual Budget for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2009.
Now, therefore, the Town Council duly assembled, does hereby resolve that Budget Ordinance 439, setting forth the annual budget for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2009 be, and hereby is amended as follows:
I. REVENUE. There is hereby appropriated to General Fund the following sume to be received in the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2009:
A. Sublette/Town of Pinedale Community Impact Joint Powers Board$643,367.00
Total Revenue$643,367.00
II. EXPENDITURES.
There is hereby appropriated from the General Fund, not otherwise appropriated, the sum $643,367.00 in accordance with the following schedule:
A. Account 10-498-0490 is hereby amended by transferring and adding thereto the sumo $643,367.00, making the total appropriation $843,367.00.
APPROVED AND PASSED THIS 13th Day of  April,  2009.
APPROVED AND PASSED THIS 27th Day of   April 2009.
APPROVED AND PASSED Day of May 2009.     
Stephen Smith, Mayor 
ATTEST:
Patty Racich, Clerk/Treasurer
Public notice #1530. Published in the Sublette Examiner on May 5, 2009.


STATE OF WYOMING
COUNTY OF SUBLETTE
ss.
TOWN OF PINEDALE
The Town Council of the Town of Pinedale met in regular session Monday, April 13, 2009, at 5:30 p.m., in the Town Hall. Those present: Deana Graybill, Big Rig Catering; C. Thomas; Sarah Hixson, representing Pine Creek Family Counseling, LLC; Robena Downie, representing High Country Counseling & Resource Centers; Barbara Boyce; Zoe White, representing Volunteer Wyoming; Mark Eatinger and Aaron Seehafer, representing Rio Verde Engineering; Jeff Hosea and Brian Gray, representing Worthington, Lenhart and Carpenter; Kathy Raper, representing Sublette County Conservation District; Kathy Anderson, representing The Prevention Coalition; Ron Hanson and Randy Hubbard, representing the Public Works Department; Patty Washburn, Mary Lynn Worl and Tina Rock, representing Citizen United for Responsible Energy Development; Cheryl Johansen; Kay Ryan, representing Curran-Seeley Foundation; JoAnn Neumayer; Miriam Carlson; Paul Rock; Jennifer Gocke, Municipal Officer; Steve Mackey; John Fogerty, representing Planning and Zoning; Thomas Noble; Gary Heuck; Ed Wood, Town Attorney; Martha Ptsanik, representing The Learning Center; Mary Hogarty, Mayor’s Assistant; Kate Grimes, Planning and Zoning Administrator; Eugene Ninnie, Town Engineer; Liz Dailey; Ruth Neely; 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 Stephan Smith, Councilman David Hohl and Councilman Chris House.
Motion by Councilman House to approve the minutes of the March 23rd meeting as written. Motion seconded. Councilman Hohl voted aye, Councilwoman Kunard voted aye Councilman House voted aye and Councilman Smith abstained. Motion carried.
The Public Hearing to use funds from the Wyoming Clean Water and Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund administered by the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality for the installation of an Ultra violet Light Disinfection System on the town’s water system needed to meet federal and state drinking water standards; replace approximately 4,150 lineal feet of old cast iron water line and appurtences and replace approximately 4,900 lineal feet of old undersized sewer line was opened for discussion.
Councilman Smith discussed the proposed projects. Tim Lingle, a concerned citizen, asked if proposals would be requested for the proposed projects. Gary Heuck, a concerned citizen, asked to have maps put in the paper so residents would be able to identify the areas for the proposed improvements. Brian Gray, representing Worthington, Lenhart and Carpenter, stated he would make maps available at the Town Hall for all parties interest in the exact nature of the water and sewer projects.
Mary Lynn Worl, representing Citizens United for Responsible Energy Development, discussed the request for the Council’s support of the petition to establish primary and secondary Wyoming Ambient Air Quality Standards for Ozone that are stricter than the National Ambient Air Quality Standards. Motion by Councilman Smith to approve Resolution 2009-03, a resolution supporting a Petition to establish primary and secondary Wyoming Ambient Air Quality Standards for Ozone that are stricter than the National Ambient Air Quality Standards. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Zoe White, representing Volunteer Wyoming, introduced herself and gave an update on the Volunteer Wyoming Program.
Deana Graybill, representing Big Rig Catering, requested permission to encroach 4’ to 5’ on to the town’s right-of-way at 306 South Bridger Avenue for the required ADA wheelchair ramp. After lengthy discussion the Council asked Graybill to look for an alternative way to place the ramp.
Motion by Councilman Hohl to approve the Application for 24 Hour Catering/Malt Beverage Permit for The Learning Center on May 1st at Rendezvous Pointe. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Robenna Downie, representing High Country Counseling and Resource Centers, presented information on the benefits of TIPS (Training for Intervention Procedures) training for businesses that serve alcohol. Kathy Anderson, representing the Prevention Coalition, discussed the proposed draft ordinance she had asked the Council to consider. Kay Curran, representing Curran-Seeley Foundation, discussed the benefits of the TIPS training. Council agreed to take the information under consideration.
Linda Baker, representing the Upper Green River Valley Coalition, discussed her concerns with the chemicals that are stored at 240 South Bridger. Baker asked the Council to revisit the permit granted for the commercial district.Council agreed to look into the zoning concerns and proper permitting.
Gary Heuck, a concerned citizen, questioned the personal use of the town credit card by Mayor Smith on November 11, 2008. Mayor Smith stated he had used the card because of an emergency in Washington D.C. and Baltimore and the other incidents were an honest mistake, adding he has repaid the town for all charges he put on the card for personal reasons. Steve Mackey, a concerned citizen, questioned the use of the credit card. Councilman Smith stated he would like to see changes made in the town’s credit card usage, he would like to see all credit cards gathered and destroyed or not constantly
in the pockets of any employee or town official. Councilman Smith discussed sending a letter of complaint to the Attorney General’s Office and allow them to make a decision. Linda Baker, a concerned citizen, stated she thought it was an honest mistake and a waste of the town’s time to purse this with the attorney general.
Motion by Councilman Hohl to approve Resolution 2009-05, a resolution authorizing submission of an application to the State Loan and Investment Board with a loan through the State Revolving Fund on behalf of the Governing Body for the Town of Pinedale for the purpose of Phase IV and V Sewer Line Replacement Project. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Councilman House to approve Resolution 2009-06, a resolution authorizing submission of an application to the State Loan and Investment Board for a loan through the State Revolving Fund on behalf of the Governing Body for the Town of Pinedale for the purpose of Water Line Replacement Project - Phase IV and V. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Councilman Hohl to approve Resolution 2009-07, a resolution authorizing submission of an application to the State Loan and Investment Board for a loan through State Revolving Fund on behalf of the Governing Body for the Town of Pinedale for the purpose of UV System. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Councilman House to approve Ordinance 447, an ordinance amending the Annual Budget for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2009 on the first reading. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Resolution 2009-03, establishing a procedure to address reimbursement for thawing expenses in the Shanley and Quartz Avenue areas was presented for discussion. After lengthy discussion motion by Councilman Smith to approve Resolution 2009-03, establishing a procedure to address reimbursement for thawing expenses in the Shanley and Quartz Avenue areas with reimbursement 50% of the actual costs incurred of bills that have been presented to the Council. Motion seconded. Councilman Smith voted aye, Councilwoman Kunard voted aye, Councilman House voted aye and Councilman Hohl voted nay. Motion carried.
The following bills were presented for payment:
49er Communication s 1960.45; A to Z Hardware 337.37; All American Fuel Company, Inc. 1199.70; American Linen 73.52; American Water Works Assn 66.50; Arbor Day Foundation 15.00; Big J’s Auto Parts 531.58; B-N-C Trash Service 908.50; C & C Distributing, Inc. 149.90; CNA Surety/Western Surety Co 125.00; Country Lane Groceries & Gas 1138.31; Liz Dailey 25.90; Days Inn Casper 840.00; Design Cost Data Technologies 129.00; Falcon Environmental Corp 7085.00; Wayne Fornstrom 1800.00; Fred Pflughoft Stock Photo 600.00; Front Range Fire Apparatus 2317.83; Grainger 1929.27; Ronald Hanson 26.36; L.N. Curtis 133.58; Eugene Ninnie 1139.81; Office Outlet 855.41; Pinedale Auto Supply 406.17; Pinedale Lumber 14.40; Pinedale Natural Gas, Inc 1792.50; Pinedale Roundup 130.00; Pinedale Sinclair 77.98; Pinedale Vol Fire Dept 1496.99; PPS Co. Inc. 429.60; Quill Corporation 84.90; Ridley’s Family Market 432.90; Ri-Tech Industrial Products 350.40; Rivera Lodge B & B 350.00; Rocky Mountain Home Center 1903.03; Rocky Mountain Power 6312.10; Rocky Mountain Wash 83.00; Randy Simpson 24.78; Mary Sour 120.00; Sublette County Public Health 80.00; Sublette Examiner 1897.00; Travis Bingham 1260.00; Tri-State Recycling Services 40.00; Ralph Wood, attorney 7481.25; Worthington, Lenhart 7 Carpenter 21,965.73; WYDOT 179.07; Wyoming Analytical 411.00; wyoming.com, LLC 445.00; Josh Wilson 23.38; Wind River Web Services, LLC 25.00.
Motion by Councilwoman Kunard to pay the bills as presented. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Councilman Smith to approve one hour parking restrictions on the east side of South Tyler Avenue in the first block. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
After discussion motion by Councilwoman Kunard to approve an order for T195 mega bugs for the Wastewater Treatment Facility ponds not to exceed $5,800.00. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
After discussion motion by Councilman Smith to approve a touch screen control panel to the PLC panels at the West Chemical Feed Building and the Water Treatment Facility not to exceeded $5,000.00. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
After discussion motion by Councilman Smith to put out to sell two Ford Rangers and the Oldsmobile SUV. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously. 
After discussion motion by Councilman Smith to purchase picnic table, benches and grills for town property not to exceed $30,000.00. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
After discussion motion by Councilwoman Kunard to approve working with Doug Strike to remove the 140 trees killed by the pine beetle not to exceed $8,000.00. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Ron Hanson, representing the Public Works Department, discussed the John Deere Dura Patcher. After discussion motion by Councilman Smith to approve a 6 month rental at $4,000.00 per month. Motion seconded, Motion carried unanimously.
Ed Wood, Town Attorney, informed the Council he was addressing the complaints regarding Ridley’s Family Market.
Motion by Councilman Smith to adjourn. Motion seconded. Motion carried unanimously,
Meeting adjourned at 7:45 p.m..
ATTEST:
STEVE SMITH
MAYOR
PATTY RACICH
CLERK/TREASURER
Public notice #1531. Published in the Sublette Examiner on May 5, 2009.


Legal Notice
According to the provisions of Chapter 3, Section 26(b), Wyoming Education Code of 1969, the following warrants over $500.00, excluding individual salaries, were issued by the Sublette County School District No. 9 for the following months: December 2008
Vendor/Payee Name Amount
ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER $19,521.54
QUESTAR GAS $17,692.37
MADER, TSCHACHER, PETERSON & CO $16,000.00
NORTHEAST WYOMING BOCES $14,804.38
SYSCO INTERMOUNTAIN FOOD SERV $12,732.27
SUBLETTE COUNTY TREASURER $9,353.18
PEARSON EDUCATION $7,010.05
FIRST BANKCARD $5,228.79
TIGERDIRECT $5,199.00
WILLIAM SCOTSMAN INC $4,867.64
ALL AMERICAN FUEL CO INC $4,131.99
OFFICE OUTLET $3,066.23
SCSD#9 REFEREE ACCOUNT $2,850.40
R & B CONTROL $2,770.00
CENTURYTEL $2,538.46
CREAM O’ WEBER DAIRY $2,428.39
WAXIE SANITARY SUPPLY $2,234.79
US FOODSERVICE INC $2,171.67
GLENCOE/MCGRAW HILL $1,901.13
LINCOLN COUNTY TREASURER $1,889.03
COPENHAVER, KATH, KITCHEN $1,841.03
PINEDALE AUTO SUPPLY $1,838.79
SCHOOL SPECIALTY $1,793.73
GREEN RIVER GLASS & LOCK $1,686.97
NICHOLAS & COMPANY $1,632.48
IKON OFFICE SOLUTION $1,332.85
GASES PLUS $1,130.20
DRY CREEK STATION $1,111.94
WEST BANK SANITATION $1,027.79
KAY PITCHFORD $960.00
EAGLE BRONZE INC $855.00
POCO LOCO SWIM SHOP $819.90
TOWN OF BIG PINEY $799.44
REAL KLEEN INC $742.92
SWEETWATER STEEL CENTER INC $671.12
UNION TELEPHONE COMPANY $638.00
TOWN OF BIG PINEY $580.16
Public notice #1532. Published in the Sublette Examiner on May 5, 2009.


Legal Notice
According to the provisions of Chapter 3, Section 26(b), Wyoming Education Code of 1969, the following warrants over $500.00, excluding individual salaries, were issued by the Sublette County School District No. 9 for the following months: January 2009
Vendor/Payee Name Amount
STATE OF WYO.DEPT OF EDUCATION $4,233,562.30
QUESTAR GAS $27,080.54
ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER $20,468.71
NORTHEAST WYOMING BOCES $14,804.38
SYSCO INTERMOUNTAIN FOOD SERV $12,113.87
FIRST BANKCARD $10,449.44
CONTROL TEMPERATURE SPECIALISTS INC
$8,435.67
WILLIAM SCOTSMAN INC $4,867.64
US FOODSERVICE INC $4,314.54
MADER, TSCHACHER, PETERSON & CO $4,000.00
CREAM O’ WEBER DAIRY $2,871.31
ALL AMERICAN FUEL CO INC $2,523.52
WAXIE SANITARY SUPPLY $2,486.67
CENTURYTEL $2,406.31
WESTERN WYOMING COMM COLLEGE $2,340.00
MIDWAY TRUCK STOP $2,128.34
YELLOWSTONE MOTEL $2,046.00
NICHOLAS & COMPANY $1,984.24
EVANSTON TIRE FACTORY $1,843.90
OFFICE OUTLET $1,829.31
QED - DENVER $1,649.39
ROCKY MOUNTAIN FIRE SYSTEMS $1,648.00
KING ELECTRIC INC $1,531.00
MARSHALL INDUSTRIES INC $1,507.25
CHEMSEARCH $1,504.37
IKON OFFICE SOLUTION $1,481.61
PITNEY BOWES INC $1,442.28
KAY PITCHFORD $1,440.00
IT’S ABOUT TIME $1,386.00
WESTERN WYOMING COMM COLLEGE $1,384.18
ROCK SPRINGS WINNELSON CO $1,282.24
GRAINGER $1,201.36
WY ASSOC/ELEM SCHL PRINCIPALS $1,125.00
TIGERDIRECT $1,024.50
WEST BANK SANITATION $1,005.98
UNION TELEPHONE COMPANY $979.52
PETERBILT OF WYOMING $918.24
DRY CREEK STATION $910.69
R & B CONTROL $905.00
HD SUPPLY FACILITIES MAINTENANCE $809.58
SUBLETTE EXAMINER $741.00
WYOMING DEPT OF EDUCATION $726.48
PINEDALE AUTO SUPPLY $699.95
PROACTIVE PHYSICAL THERAPY $660.00
WADE DALY $655.44
FLAGHOUSE INC $614.82
CEM AQUATICS $577.00
SCHOOL NURSE SUPPLY $575.24
GREEN RIVER GLASS & LOCK $563.01
COPENHAVER, KATH, KITCHEN $549.00
ACP DIRECT $540.70
ELDER EQUIPMENT $525.30
TOWN OF BIG PINEY $515.95
Public notice #1533. Published in the Sublette Examiner on May 5, 2009.


Legal Notice
According to the provisions of Chapter 3, Section 26(b), Wyoming Education Code of 1969, the following warrants over $500.00, excluding individual salaries, were issued by the Sublette County School District No. 9 for the following months: February 2009
Vendor/Payee Name Amount
STATE OF WYO.DEPT OF EDUCATION
$4,233,562.30
QUESTAR GAS $31,053.95
ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER $19,604.83
NORTHEAST WYOMING BOCES $14,804.38
SYSCO INTERMOUNTAIN FOOD SERV $10,980.35
ISC INC $10,560.99
FIRST BANKCARD $8,884.38
TIGERDIRECT $7,137.85
SCSD#9 REFEREE ACCOUNT $5,176.65
ABILITATIONS - SPORTIME $4,906.75
WILLIAM SCOTSMAN INC $4,867.64
US FOODSERVICE INC $4,495.80
WALSWORTH PUBLISHING COMPANY $4,287.50
NICHOLAS & COMPANY $3,671.27
CREAM O’ WEBER DAIRY $3,610.79
CEM AQUATICS $3,215.17
ALL AMERICAN FUEL CO INC $2,922.77
NCS PEARSON INC $2,884.50
MADER, TSCHACHER, PETERSON & CO $2,800.00
MIDWAY TRUCK STOP $2,782.27
JOE’S LAWN SERVICE $2,660.00
CENTURYTEL $2,401.10
KNAPP SUPPLY & EQUIPMENT CO $2,131.91
KAY PITCHFORD $1,920.00
COPENHAVER, KATH, KITCHEN $1,505.00
CPI $1,500.00
OFFICE OUTLET $1,439.66
WAXIE SANITARY SUPPLY $1,351.10
WYOMING DEPT OF EDUCATION $1,272.52
REAL KLEEN INC $1,193.60
THE INN AT LANDER/BEST WESTERN $1,178.00
WEST BANK SANITATION $1,050.25
PASCO SCIENTIFIC $1,037.00
F B MCFADDEN WHOLESALE $1,009.70
DRY CREEK STATION $897.25
GASES PLUS $873.50
PINEDALE AUTO SUPPLY $857.54
R & B CONTROL $755.00
LARIAT INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS $737.35
PEPPER OF NORTH DAKOTA $728.16
PROACTIVE PHYSICAL THERAPY $660.00
JANICE HUGHES $600.00
MID-AMERICAN RESEARCH CHEMICAL $558.17
UNION TELEPHONE COMPANY $550.54
BURNEY & CO. $547.19
DEBRA STOUTENBURG $523.60
LEWIS TRANSPORTATION SALES $520.37
QED - DENVER $516.41
TOWN OF BIG PINEY $509.47
UPS $500.00
Public notice #1534. Published in the Sublette Examiner on May 5, 2009.


Legal Notice
According to the provisions of Chapter 3, Section 26(b), Wyoming Education Code of 1969, the following warrants over $500.00, excluding individual salaries, were issued by the Sublette County School District No. 9 for the following months: March 2009
Vendor/Payee Name Amount
QUESTAR GAS $23,630.13
ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER $19,182.21
BRIDGER MECHANICAL $15,480.00
NORTHEAST WYOMING BOCES $14,804.38
SYSCO INTERMOUNTAIN FOOD SERV $13,638.11
WYOMING SCHOOL BOARD ASSOC. $8,593.40
FIRST BANKCARD $6,328.74
BYTE SPEED $5,215.00
WILLIAM SCOTSMAN INC $4,867.64
KING ELECTRIC INC $4,862.07
CENTRAL WYOMING COLLEGE $4,644.00
US FOODSERVICE INC $4,536.75
WAXIE SANITARY SUPPLY $3,808.68
MIDWAY TRUCK STOP $2,933.56
CEM AQUATICS $2,860.15
CREAM O’ WEBER DAIRY $2,847.00
ALL AMERICAN FUEL CO INC $2,761.30
CENTURYTEL $2,590.13
ISC INC $2,508.21
NICHOLAS & COMPANY $2,433.47
MOORE TECHNOLOGY SERVICES INC $2,250.00
IKON OFFICE SOLUTION $2,065.91
AUTO INN REPAIR $1,800.00
ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER $1,795.09
SCHOOL RISK RETENTION PROGRAM $1,659.00
NATIONAL SCHOOL BOARDS ASSOC $1,550.00
OFFICE OUTLET $1,540.16
KAY PITCHFORD $1,440.00
THE INN AT LANDER/BEST WESTERN $1,302.00
SEON DESIGN INC $1,270.00
EMI FILTRATION PRODUCTS $1,267.32
COPENHAVER, KATH, KITCHEN $1,252.00
REAL KLEEN INC $1,247.82
PINE CREEK FAMILY COUNSELING LLC $1,150.00
GASES PLUS $1,048.46
BALL FIRE PROTECTION $1,042.20
WEST BANK SANITATION $1,040.21
GREEN RIVER GLASS & LOCK $918.01
HD SUPPLY FACILITIES MAINTENANCE $845.17
JILDA M. SENATORE $800.00
PROACTIVE PHYSICAL THERAPY $780.00
RENT-A-MECHANIC REPAIR $766.96
DRY CREEK STATION $727.84
GRAINGER $714.33
TIGERDIRECT $669.14
BURNEY & CO. $631.47
CHEMSEARCH $628.37
PLATTE COUNTY SCHOOL DIST #1 $578.00
UNION TELEPHONE COMPANY $575.18
TOWN OF BIG PINEY $569.98
ATCO INTERNATIONAL $556.10
Public notice #1535. Published in the Sublette Examiner on May 5, 2009.


Legal Notice
According to the provisions of Chapter 3, Section 26(b), Wyoming Education Code of 1969, the following warrants over $500.00, excluding individual salaries, were issued by the Sublette County School District No. 9 for the following months: April 2009
Vendor/Payee Name Amount
STATE OF WYO.DEPT OF EDUCATION $4,233,562.30
ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER $19,469.42
QUESTAR GAS $17,985.31
NORTHEAST WYOMING BOCES $15,216.88
SYSCO INTERMOUNTAIN FOOD SERV $11,985.27
TIGERDIRECT $10,915.91
FIRST BANKCARD $9,572.61
COMPUTER VILLAGE $8,600.00
OFFICE OUTLET $5,663.31
WILLIAM SCOTSMAN INC $4,867.64
CEM AQUATICS $4,368.18
US FOODSERVICE INC $3,464.96
ISC INC $2,850.54
CREAM O’ WEBER DAIRY $2,658.69
NICHOLAS & COMPANY $2,612.45
CENTURYTEL $2,506.32
ALL AMERICAN FUEL CO INC $2,380.36
MIDWAY TRUCK STOP $1,844.08
PARKWAY PLAZA $1,815.20
HOLIDAY INN EXPESS - GILLETTE $1,602.00
HOLIDAY INN EXPESS - GILLETTE $1,602.00
MID-AMERICAN RESEARCH CHEMICAL $1,473.32
FOLLETT SOFTWARE COMPANY $1,445.87
KAY PITCHFORD $1,440.00
LIBRARY VIDEO COMPANY $1,323.64
IKON OFFICE SOLUTION $1,283.17
WAXIE SANITARY SUPPLY $1,250.55
F B MCFADDEN WHOLESALE $1,235.75
SUPERIOR INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY $1,178.00
SRA/MCGRAW HILL $1,126.25
SCHOOL SPECIALTY $1,108.20
SUBLETTE COUNTY TREASURER $1,055.18
BLICK ART MATERIALS $1,040.18
WEST BANK SANITATION $1,034.18
COPENHAVER, KATH, KITCHEN $1,007.00
EIDEN CONSTRUCTION LLC $998.00
BURNEY & CO. $935.19
WYOMING SKILLS USA $935.00
WYOMING FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS $932.00
QED - DENVER $923.93
PINEDALE AUTO SUPPLY $918.15
GRAINGER $903.18
COMFORT INN AT BUFFALO BILL $852.00
ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER $842.11
PROACTIVE PHYSICAL THERAPY $825.00
SUBLETTE EXAMINER $789.00
DRY CREEK STATION $758.59
GASES PLUS $695.08
RITEC INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS $635.92
JOSTENS INC $623.58
YELLOWSTONE MOTEL $620.00
DEBRA STOUTENBURG $600.60
WESTERN WYOMING COMM COLLEGE $582.97
COLE CLIFFORD $559.44
SCHOOL NURSE SUPPLY $555.73
PLANK ROAD PUBLISHING $553.95
UNION TELEPHONE COMPANY $535.99
TOWN OF BIG PINEY $510.33
Public notice #1536. Published in the Sublette Examiner on May 5, 2009.


NOTICE TO LAND OWNERS ADJACENT TO PINE CREEK NO.1
ENLARGEMENT OF THE LEE DITCH
28 April 2009
Dear Land Owners:
The Pine Creek No. 1 Enlargement of the Lee Ditch, which runs through or is adjacent to your property, is owned by the Pine Creek Ditch Association. Included in this ownership is an easement on your property immediately adjacent to the ditch for the purposes of cleaning and maintaining the ditch. Some landowners do not understand that ditch rights extend beyond the banks of the ditch itself and construct improvements that encroach upon the easement area. This easement area extends for approximately fifty feet on each side of the bank of the ditch but may extend further where the ditch is above or on a slope. Excavation above or below the ditch which will endanger its integrity is not permissible even though such work may be more than fifty feet from the bank.
The Association does not permit encroachments onto its easement. If a landowner erects an improvement within the easement area that interferes with ditch access and cleaning, the Association must take legal action to force removal of that improvement. The Association prefers to be good neighbors and notify landowners to plan their developments such that there is no encroachment on the Lee Ditch easement.
If you have questions regarding these water rights or easement issues, please refer to the State of Wyoming Engineer’s Office website at: http://seo.state.wy.us.
As a reminder, removal of water by individuals without legal water rights from the ditch by various means (pumps, siphons, ditches and various pipes) is illegal. The Pine Creek Ditch Association asks you to voluntarily remove any such equipment from the ditch as soon as possible.
Thank you for your cooperation. We invite you to contact us if you have any questions.
The Pine Creek Ditch Association
President - Paul C. Hagenstein
Post Office Box E
Pinedale, WY 82941
307-367-2366
Public notice #1537. Published in the Sublette Examiner on May 5, 2009.



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