MINUTES OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING
|STATE OF WYOMING||)||OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF|
|COUNTY OF HOT SPRINGS||)||THERMOPOLIS WYOMING|
|February 7, 2012|
|The Hot Springs County Board of Commissioners met in regular session on Tuesday, February 7, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. in the Commissioners Room at the Courthouse. Present were Commissioners Brad Basse and Mike Baker. Also present were County Clerk Hans Odde, County Attorney Jerry D. Williams and Administrative Assistant to the Commissioners Penny Herdt.|
Chairman Brad Basse led those present in the Pledge of Allegiance. Due to Commissioner Lumley’s absence for medical reasons, Chairman Basse suspended Robert’s Rules of Order so that business might be conducted.
Approval of AgendaMike Baker made a motion to approve the agenda with the following additions:
ADD:Road & Bridge1. A. Betts Approach AgreementBrad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Planner2. C. Junkyard Discussion
Other Business9. Owl Creek Water Project CDBG Draw Down Request #3
10. Consider Support Letter — Senate File #0045 — Alcoholic Beverage Manufacturers
11. Consider Lucerne Pumping Plant Canal Company Proxy
Correspondence9. Jim & Sarah Miller — Salvage Yard Complaint
10. Bud & Teresa Fields — Salvage Yard Complaint
Approval of MinutesMike Baker made a motion to approve the minutes of the regular meetings on January 3 and 17, and the special meeting on January 30, 2012 as presented. Brad Basse seconded. Motion carried.
Approve BillsThe following bills were submitted for approval: (see attached). Payroll for January, 2012 - $160,437.92.
Road and Bridge Monthly ReportRoad & Bridge Supervisor Ray Shaffer presented a Power Point presentation on the PASER system being used to evaluate the condition of the county roads and schedule and track the maintenance needed. The PASER system rates road conditions on a 1-10 system, where 1 = Failed, 10 = Excellent. Photo records are part of the system. Information gathered through the PASER system can be used to gauge the impact of industrial use over time. Efforts are currently underway to gather information and load it to the PASER system to increase the efficiency of the county road maintenance process. Work continues on the rural section of Lane 3 and is expected to be finished in the next couple of days. Carl Dockery has requested permission to move the cattle guard back to its original position on his road to correct a “horse trap” resulting from a previous relocation of the cattle guard by the county. Mr. Dockery would also like to relocate a portion of the road outside of the county’s right of way to enable incoming cattle trucks to more easily make the left-hand turn onto his property. Mr. Dockery would bear all the expenses for these changes. After some discussion, the Commissioners agreed that it would be acceptable for Mr. Dockery to make these changes to the road on his property. Mr. Shaffer discussed demolition of the old Search & Rescue building. Road & Bridge will be renting a trackhoe for some other work in April and would like to take the opportunity to demolish the building at that time using the trackhoe. Mr. Shaffer indicated that he would like to salvage the tin from that building to building a cover for the slack pile at the Road & Bridge shop. The Commissioners gave Mr. Shaffer the approval to salvage what could be salvaged from the building and dismantle it when the trackhoe is available. Mr. Shaffer also asked about disposing of the salvaged chain link fencing from the shop and Weed & Pest projects carried out recently. He was instructed to put it into a future surplus auction for bid.Mr. Shaffer reviewed the work session held on January 27th regarding naming of roads within the county. Maps of the specific roads in question were distributed for the Commissioners’ reference and are available in the Clerk’s office for public viewing. Action was taken by the Commissioners as follows:
Wakeley Road Area (Map #1) — There are three new roads coming off Wakeley Road that need to be named. They are currently referred to on the map as New Road North, New Road South and New Road to Game & Fish Access. Mike Baker moved to approve sending letters to the affected landowners asking for input on name changes for these three roads served by Wakeley Road. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Olive Branch Road — (Map #2) — Mike Baker moved to approve a name change to Olive Branch Road for the road off East Sunnyside Road leading to the property currently owned by Margaret Boyce-Runia & Roy Ralph Runia, and renumbering of the parcels on that road. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Road 11 (Map #3) — Parcels on this road were previously numbered off of Sunnyside Road. When the road name was changed to Road 11, the numbers should have been changed to reflect this and they were not, so the numbers are incorrect. Mike Baker moved to approve the necessary number changes for parcels on Road 11. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Dowdy Subdivision Area (Map #4) — The road coming off Highway 20 North serving residents in the Dowdy Subdivision area needs to be named and fire numbers need to be assigned to the residences. Mike Baker moved to approve sending letters to the affected landowners identifying their fire number and asking for input on the name to be assigned to the road. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Lake Creek Road Area (Maps #5 & 6) — There are three roads in this area that need addressed: Packsaddle/Lake Creek Road, New Road, and Lake Creek/Lysite Mountain Road. County records currently identify a section of Lake Creek Road as Lake Creek/Packsaddle Road, which is incorrect. Mike Baker moved to correct the records to show the road as Lake Creek Road. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried. There is a road coming off Black Mountain Road near Tarpaper Shack shown on the map as New Road which needs named and fire numbers issued for the structures on that road. Mike Baker moved to approve sending letters to the affected residents regarding proposed names for this road (see map #5). The road currently known as Lake Creek/Packsaddle (Lysite Mountain) Road and identified as Pine Creek Road on map #6 needs to be renamed for consistency and clarity. Mike Baker moved to approve sending a letter to the affected landowners seeking input on renaming this road to Pine Creek Road or another acceptable name. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Lower Mud Creek Road (Map #7) — This road name conflicts with another county road located on the west side of the county designated Mud Creek Road with several existing residences . The proposal is to eliminate the Lower Mud Creek Road from the maps and assign fire numbers off Black Mountain Road. Mike Baker moved to eliminate the Lower Mud Creek Road name from the county maps and number structures on that private road off of Black Mountain Road. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Mr. Shaffer presented an Approach Agreement Application from Doug & Lynn Betts to install an approach on County Road 34E for a new residence. He has reviewed the application and has no problems with it. The application fee has been received. Mike Baker moved to approve the Betts Approach Agreement for an approach on County Road 34E. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
County Planner Monthly Report Planner Bo Bowman presented the Commissioners with copies of the 2011 Gravel Pit Report and the 2011 Small Wastewater System Activity Reports. Annual Wastewater permit fees have also been submitted to the state. Salvage Yard Discussion — Planner Bowman provided the Commissioners with a copy of the letter sent to Cody Hensley regarding his new salvage business. The letter advises the Hensleys that they are in violation of state permitting regulations and county land use change requirements at this time and reviews the steps that must be taken prior to any commercial enterprises taking place at their residence. Planner Bowman will continue to follow up on this. There are currently no licensed salvage yards in Hot Springs County. There are two salvage yards that existed prior to the current licensing requirements and are, therefore, not required to be licensed so long as their operations do not change in size or scope. Planner Bowman will continue to work on this issue, as the county has received complaints in the past as well as in regard to the current business.
Public Hearing — Amendments to Sable Run PlatChairman Basse declared the Public Hearing to consider amendments to the Sable Run Plat open at 11:05 a.m. Sable Run residents Dale and Sue Jackson have requested approval of the following
amendments to the Sable Run Subdivision Plat: Reconfiguration of the southern portion of the boundary between Tracts 12 & 13, reconfiguration of the southern portion of the right-of-way for Canyon View Drive (aka Canyon View Circle), and the addition of a 25 foot utility easement to accommodate an existing South Thermopolis Water & Sewer District water line. In addition, the County Planner is requesting consideration of renaming the road within the right-of-way to avoid conflict with a similarly-named road within the subdivision. Planner Bo Bowman reviewed the process followed and documents submitted by the Jacksons regarding this request. All neighboring landowners have been notified and no objections have been received. The Land Use Planning Board has reviewed the request and forwarded it to the Commissioners with a “Do-Pass” recommendation providing the following conditions are met: 1. A final drawing of the amendments shall be recorded with the HSC Clerk within six months of approval and 2. The proposed utility easement shall be reviewed by the STWSD’s engineer prior to approval. The second condition has been complied with and the right-of-way has been approved by the STWSD’s engineer. Chairman Basse called for public comments. County Attorney Jerry Williams stated that he felt that Jacksons have done an outstanding job in preparing and submitting their request. Discussion ensued regarding changing the name of the road within the right-of-way with input from the Jacksons, the Commissioners and Sable Run resident Penny Herdt. In accordance with the County’s road-naming guidelines, the Jacksons will have the primary naming rights. After three calls for further comment, receiving none, Chairman Basse declared the public hearing closed at 11:20 p.m. Mike Baker moved to approve the amendments to the Sable Run plat as delineated in the staff reports dated January 18th and 30th . Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried. Mike Baker moved to approve the name change for Canyon View Drive/Circle per county road naming policies. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Discussion: the Jacksons will work with the Planner to establish the new road name. Motion carried.
WYECIP PresentationWyoming Business Council/WYECIP representative John Canfield appeared before the Commissioners to discuss how the county can make full use of the WYECIP program. Mr. Canfield distributed information regarding WYECIP’s Standards of Success outlining services and guidance available from WYECIP throughout the Energy Performance Contracting process. Mr. Canfield provided the Commissioners with copies of the WYECIP Energy Performance Contracting Agency’s Agreement. Entering into this agreement would be the next step in participation in the WYECIP program. The agreement was given to the County Attorney for review and will be considered at the February 21, 2012 Commissioners meeting.
Airport UpdateSnow Removal Equipment Request For Reimbursement #3 — Clerk Odde presented the final request for reimbursement to WYDOT Aeronautics for the Snow Removal Equipment for the airport. There is a $1,000.00 deduction from the Lariat International invoice to cover the liquidated damages per the Commissioners’ decision at the January 17, 2012 meeting. Mike Baker moved approval of Request for Reimbursement #3 (Final) to WYDOT Aeronautics for the airport snow removal equipment in the amount of $127,182.00. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried. GDA representative Dustin Spomer presented the Commissioners with a copy of the Engineer’s Final Construction Report for the snow removal equipment. Mr. Spomer reported that there is a problem with the RPM’s on the broom attachment that is being dealt with as a warranty issue and otherwise, all appears to be in order with the equipment.
FAA Request for Reimbursement #17 — AIP #01 — Clerk Odde presented FAA Request for Reimbursement #17 for the Commissioners’ approval. Mike Baker moved to approve FAA Project 3-56- 0043-01 RFR #17 in the amount of $21,690.00. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
WYDOT - Aeronautics Division Request for Reimbursement #17 — AIP #01 — Clerk Odde presented WYDOT-Aeronautics Division Request for Reimbursement #17 for the Commissioners’ approval. Mike Baker moved to approve WYDOT-Aeronautics Division Project THP-11A-2757/FAA #3-56-0043-01 RFR #17 in the amount of $685.00. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried. Clerk Odde noted that the foregoing RFR’s would be the final requests for payment for the first project grant (AIP #01), as all those grant funds are now expended.
FAA Request for Reimbursement #1 — AIP #02 — Clerk Odde presented FAA Request for Reimbursement #1 for the Commissioners’ approval. Mike Baker moved to approve FAA Project 3-56-0043-02 RFR #1 in the amount of $3,219.00. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
WYDOT - Aeronautics Division Request for Reimbursement #1 — AIP #02 — Clerk Odde presented WYDOT-Aeronautics Division Request for Reimbursement #1 for the Commissioners’ approval. Mike
Baker moved to approve WYDOT-Aeronautics Division Project THP-11A-2807/FAA #3-56-0043-02 RFR #1 in the amount of $101.00. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Addendum B — Final Approval — GDA representative Dustin Spomer reported that approval of Addendum B to Amendment No. 1 to the Five-Year Generalized Agreement between Hot Springs County and GDA Engineers has been received from the FAA, WYDOT-Aeronautics and the County Attorney, so the agreement was presented for signature as approved at the January 17, 2012 Commissioners meeting.
Progress Update — Mr. Spomer reviewed the newly-passed federal FAA funding bill with the Commissioners, with focus on the parts having an impact on the new airport.
Executive Session — Land AcquisitionMike Baker moved to enter Executive Session to discuss land acquisition at 1:25 p.m. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried. Those present during the Executive Session were Commissioners Basse and Baker, Clerk Hans Odde, County Attorney Jerry Williams, GDA representative Dustin Spomer, and attorney Larry Jones. Mike Baker moved to leave Executive Session at 2:50 p.m. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried. No action was taken during the Executive Session. Mike Baker moved to draft a letter from the Commissioners to Mr. Joe Holden regarding land acquisition. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried. The letter previously sent was reworked with Mr. Holden’s requested wording and additional information from the Commissioners, and submitted to the County’s attorney, Larry Jones, for review and distribution.
Weed & Pest Board Request to Join County Insurance PoolWeed & Pest representatives Dee Hillberry and Marvin Andreen appeared before the Commissioners to request they be allowed to join the county insurance pool. In comparing quotes received from various companies to the county’s rates, it appears it would save the Weed & Pest District a considerable amount of money if they joined the county’s program. After reviewing the information obtained from the county’s insurance consultant and the information presented by Mr. Hillberry, Mike Baker moved to offer the Weed & Pest District the opportunity to join the county’s insurance plan with the caveats that Weed & Pest must stay with the plan for a minimum of five years and the County retains the option to adjust the premium rates offered to Weed & Pest based on underwriting information received. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried. Mr. Hillberry will present this information to the Weed & Pest Board for consideration at their meeting on February 8th , and will notify the Clerk regarding the final decision by the Board of Directors on whether to join the county insurance plan.
Projected County Valuation & Golf Course ProposalTom Sullivan, Sr., appeared before the Commissioners to discuss his ideas concerning the golf course. Mr. Sullivan projects the 2012-2013 County Valuation at $255 Million. In comparing the resources of the Town to those of the County, Mr. Sullivan feels that the County should take over responsibility for the golf course, and that the golf course should become the eleventh department item in the general fund portion of the budget. He has presented the Town with a proposal to sell the golf course to the County for $1.00, with the Town retaining the service of the pipe loan debt. Mr. Sullivan feels that the current membership would be then able to come up with the payments on the cart loan debt. Under his proposal, the entire course would be run by a “Director of Golf” who would be a county employee and would administer the budget as provided by the County. Mr. Sullivan stressed the importance of the course to local businesses, town and county residents, and the children of the county. Commissioner Baker outlined the raw water plan he is investigating that could potentially provide seasonal raw water to the golf course. The Commissioners thanked Mr. Sullivan for his suggestions and agreed to take them under consideration.
Lane 3 UpdateEngineering Associates Heath Overfield reported that the advertisements for bids for the urban portion of the Lane 3 project have been sent to the newspapers. Engineering estimates indicate the project should be well within budget. The pre-bid walkthrough will be February 23rd . Bids will be due and opened March 1st . The Commissioners will review EA’s recommendations at their March 6th meeting and award bids at their March 20th meeting after WYDOT concurrence has been received. Mr. Overfield reviewed the project timeline, indicating that the substantial completion date is September 1, 2012, with final completion by October 1, 2012. Mr. Overfield asked the Commissioners for direction regarding striping on Lane 3 after it is paved. The Commissioners felt that it would only be necessary to put striping in for a crosswalk and a stop stripe adjacent to the crosswalk at the intersection with Highway 20.
Youth Alternatives Monthly ReportDirector Alan Rossler reported he currently has 16 participants in his program with addition of 5 new participants in January. There have been some past problems with billing through the Lander juvenile facility, but those are expected to be resolved with the implementation of a new billing system. The Tobacco Cessation program will have three graduates in February.
Maintenance Monthly ReportMaintenance Foreman Chuck Carver reported that Trane has completed their tour of the facility and should have their feasibility study to the Commissioners in the next few weeks. Mr. Carver is working on getting a silent auction/salvage sale set up for the first part of March to get rid of the last of the salvage/unused items being stored in the old Search & Rescue building and at the County Shop. The seals were recently replaced on one of the supply pumps in the Law Enforcement Center. Mr. Carver has finished his inventory of the heat pumps in the courthouse to determine what can be repaired and what needs to be replaced. New parts are no longer available for the heat pumps. The cost to replace the heat pumps is about $2,800.00 each — it would cost a little over $150,000.00 to replace all of them. This is one of the things that will be looked at during the Energy Audit/WYECIP project discussion. The new broadcaster attached to the snowplow has been very effective in dealing with icy sidewalks. In response to questioning from Commissioner Baker regarding the need to seek proposals from additional ESCO’s for the WYECIP project, Mr. Carver indicated that he feels fairly comfortable with the two that have come through so far, but would like to reserve an opinion in the matter until the feasibility study has been received from Trane, Inc. next month.
First Aid/Safety Training for County EmployeesShelley Deromedi appeared before the Commissioners to discuss First Aid/Safety training for county employees. The Public Health nurse reports that the hospital is willing to put on trainings in First Aid/Safety for a cost of $35.00/person. These trainings can be done after work or during work hours. Ms. Deromedi asked if the Commissioners were in agreement that this training would be valuable to the county and, if so, where the money to fund the trainings might come from. After some discussion, the Commissioners agreed that the county employees should be offered this training during work hours and that the county should fund the training. Mike Baker moved to make up to $2,000.00 available from Emergency Expenditures for First Aid/Safety training for all county employees, with the trainings to be scheduled in the near future. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Nakamura Road Hearing DiscussionAttorney Mike Barton joined the meeting by phone to discuss progress on the Nakamura Road Application Hearing. The hearing date has been set for 9:00 a.m. on April 19, 2012. Due date for filing of motions will be March 9th . Responses to the motions will be due March 20th , with full disclosure of witnesses and exhibits by both parties due by March 20th , also. The motions and disclosures should be filed with the County Clerk, as well as the bond required of the applicants. Mr. Barton will notify the applicants that the bond must be filed by March 6th , and will clarify that expenses in excess of the $5,000.00 bond will also be the responsibility of the applicant.
Other BusinessDeVries — Cindy #1 Well Permit Application — Clerk Odde presented the application from Ray & Cindy DeVries for the Cindy #1 well. The county’s geological consultant has reviewed and recommended the application be approved. Mike Baker moved to approve the Cindy #1 Well application from Ray & Cindy DeVries. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Hospital Board Member Resignation — Ron Jurovich has submitted his resignation as a member of the hospital board effective February 1, 2012. Mike Baker moved to accept Ron Jurovich’s resignation from the hospital board. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Discussion: note that the resignation is accepted with regret and a letter will be sent thanking Mr. Jurovich for his many years of service. Motion carried. Mike Baker moved to authorize the County Clerk to begin advertising for Mr. Jurovich’s replacement, with the replacement to be appointed at the March 6, 2012 Commissioners meeting. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Consider SLIB Wyoming Resident Design Firms Guidelines — Clerk Odde presented the Commissioners with the HSC Plan Promoting the Employment of Responsible Wyoming Resident Design Firms for their approval. This is a form required by the State Land & Investment Board that applies to Consensus Fund distributions. This form must be signed and submitted to SLIB before the final payment on the Courthouse Cabling project can be issued. Mike Baker moved to approve the HSC Plan Promoting the Employment of Responsible Wyoming Resident Design Firms. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Lane 3 IRP Draw Down Request #19 — Clerk Odde presented IRP Draw Down Request #19 for the Lane 3 project. Mike Baker moved to approve Draw Down Request #19 to WYDOT for the Lane 3, Phase 1 & 2, IRP #CN15020 in the amount of $1,752.22. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Lane 3 SLIB Grant Draft Request #17 — Clerk Odde presented SLIB Grant Draft Request #17 for the Lane 3 project. Mike Baker moved to approve Grant Draft Request #17 for SLIB Grant #MRG-11008HS in the amount of $3,116.16. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Consider Proxy for Owl Creek Irrigation District — This item was deleted as the meeting requiring the proxy has already occurred.
Review Qwest Quote to Install Phone System — Clerk Odde reported that he has confirmed that the quote previously received from Qwest to install the new telephone equipment in the Courthouse is still valid, and that he is in the process of scheduling Qwest to come and carry out the installation of the equipment and training associated with it.
Consider Initial Fueling Costs for Airport Snow Removal Equipment — A request has been received from the airport FBO that the County cover the initial fueling costs for the recently purchased Snow Removal Equipment. After reviewing the contract between the county and the FBO, Mike Baker moved to approve the payment for the initial fueling of the snow removal equipment, with the FBO to maintain fuel levels going forward, and the FBO to leave the tank full when their contract with the county ends.
Owl Creek Water Project CDBG Draw Down Request #3 — Clerk Odde presented Draw Down Request #3 for the Owl Creek Water project. Mike Baker moved to approve the Wyoming Business Council Investment Ready Communities Draw Down Request #3 for the Owl Creek Water District project in the amount of $2,724.00. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Consider Support Letter for Senate File #0045-Alcoholic Beverage Manufacturers — The owners of Wyoming Whiskey have asked the Commissioners to consider a letter of support for a bill to be introduced during this legislative session (Senate File #0045) which would allow distilleries to offer a tasting room and sell their product on-site, similar to the way wineries operate. After some discussion, Mike Baker moved to approve the drafting of a letter in support of SF #0045-Alcoholic Beverages- Manufacturers. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Discussion: Commissioner Basse will work with staff to draft the letter and determine the recipients. Motion carried.
Consider Proxy for Lucerne Pumping Plant Canal Company — The County is involved with the Lucerne Pumping Plant Canal Company due to its ownership of a gravel pit located within the LPCC’s boundaries. Brad Basse moved to designate Mike Baker as the county’s proxy for the annual meeting of the Lucerne Pumping Plant Canal Company. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
CorrespondenceGrass Creek Weed Management Area — Workday
WYDOT — Lane 3 Plan Review Comments
Thermopolis-Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce — Annual Banquet Invitation
Thermopolis-Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce — 3-On-3 Sponsorship
Fair Board Minutes
Sales Tax Delinquency Release — Flying Dutchman
Monthly Treasurer’s Report
Airport Traffic Report — 2011 Year-End Summary
Sarah Miller — Junkyard Concerns
Bud & Teresa Fields — Junkyard Concerns
AdjournmentThere being no further business to come before the Board at this time, Mike Baker moved to adjourn. Brad Basse declared the meeting adjourned at 6:05 p.m.
|Brad Basse, Chairman||Hans Odde, Clerk to the Board|
BILLS – JANUARY, 2012
WORLAND CLEANERS & SUPPLY 71.80 / HANSON'S FIRE EQUIPMENT 512.15 CASPER STAR TRIBUNE 119.52 / HOT SPRINGS VETERINARY CLINIC 204.00 HASCO INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY 42.84 / SIRCHIE FINGERPRINT LABORATORI 79.61 HOT SPRINGS COUNTY WEED & PEST 1,941.17 / DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 10,407.22 D & D MACHINE, INC. 19.37 / CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT 888,000.00 AFLAC (ACCOUNT #HW652) 798.65 / STATE OF WYOMING - A&I 59.40 ALLEGIANCE BENEFIT PLAN MANGT, INC. 109,534.82 / ANITA WEISBECK 67.16 ATLANTIC TACTICAL 208.88 / BRESNAN COMMUNICATIONS 55.20 / BARTON STAM 55.31 BIG HORN WATER 154.50 / BIG HORN REDI-MIX 59,000.00 BLAIR'S SUPER MARKET 390.80 / BROKERS NATIONAL LIFE 498.60 BULLBERRY SYSTEMS, INC. 600.00 / CHARLES I. CARVER 15.59 RED ROCK FAMILY PRACTICE 182.00 / THERMOPOLIS HARDWARE 530.05 COLONIAL SUPPLEMENTAL INS. 148.60 / COLLECTION PROFESSIONALS 9.80 VERIZON WIRELESS 44.69 / VERIZON WIRELESS 39.66 / VERIZON WIRELESS 61.12 VERIZON WIRELESS 270.03 / VERIZON WIRELESS 51.15 CROWLEY AIR SERVICE, LLC 5,194.04 / DANIEL S. WEBBER 144.30 DEBRA A. GERHARTER 10.00 / DIGITAL ALLY 5,000.00 / DON'S IGA 54.92 DON'S IGA 212.25 / ECONO SIGNS LLC 2,712.04 / THE ELECTION CENTER 150.00 ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES 4,502.00 / FASTENERS INC. 109.99 FINISHING TOUCHES 66.00 / FLEETPRIDE 993.87 PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 37,024.67 / FOOD SERVICES OF AMERICA 2,326.97 MORTIMORE FUNERAL HOME 420.00 / GDA ENGINEERS 23,109.39 GOTTSCHE THERAPY REHAB WELLNESS 330.00 / GREENLINE EQUIPMENT, LLC 50.61 MOUNTAIN WEST BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 59.43 / MOUNTAIN WEST BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 190.30 HANS ODDE 621.34 / HI COUNTRY PRINTING 100.00 HEARTLAND CONSTRUCTION GROUP 130.00 / HOLIDAY INN OF CODY 201.49 HOT SPRINGS ARMORY REGIONAL 5,000.00 HOT SPRINGS COUNTY HEALTH INS ACCT 59,746.13 HOT SPRINGS CO. SCHOOL DIST #1 5,264.51 / INDEPENDENT RECORD 235.48 INDOFF INC. 172.75 / JENNIFER CHENEY 406.58 / JERRY D. WILLIAMS 115.79 JILL JACOBSON 1,575.00 / JOHN P. LUMLEY 378.48 / JUDITH HARVEY 5.92 JULIA'S RENTAL SALES & SERVICE INC. 265.00 LARIAT INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS 128,097.00 / LEXIS NEXIS 92.00 MARY A. GORDON 268.62 / MARIE MCDOUGALL 20.04 / MEADOW GOLD DAIRY 191.57 HOT SPRINGS CO. MEM. HOSPITAL 1,228.60 / HOT SPRINGS COUNSELING SERV. 294.00 MESSENGER & OVERFIELD 1,058.73 / MHL SYSTEMS 4,146.24 NIELSEN OIL CO., INC. 520.00 / ONE STOP REPAIR & 140.93 O'REILLY AUTO PARTS 15.98 / O'REILLY AUTO PARTS 173.84 THE OFFICE SHOP, INC 205.74 / OWL LUMBER INC. 81.26 OWL CREEK WATER DISTRICT 2,724.00 / ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 4,527.34 PAMIDA 280.95 / PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 118.66 PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 103.70 / PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 123.80 PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 150.00 / PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 1,900.00 PLAINSMAN PRINTING & SUPPLY 315.71 / POSTMASTER 1,159.80
PRAIRIE PELLA WYOMING, LLC 354.09 / QUARTERMASTER, INC. 32.98 CENTURY LINK 651.18 / CENTURY LINK 7.09 / RAGG TAGGS 250.00 RAYMOND E. SHAFFER 78.49 / GORRELL & HOPKINSON, P.C. 120.00 RT COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 4,107.84 / SANTANA KEENER 144.30 J.A. SEXAUER INC. 671.43 / SHOSHONE OFFICE SUPPLY 310.23 SIMPSON, KEPLER & EDWARDS, LLC 4,532.50 SPIRIT MASTER FUNDING III, LLC 1,738.43 HOT SPRINGS CO SENIOR CITIZENS INC 24,973.67 / THE STANDARD INS. CO. 1,407.96 STEHLIN PLUMBING & CONTRACTING 369.00 / TACO JOHNS 87.81 TEAM LABORATORY CHEMICAL CORP. 371.18 / TEEPEE POOLS 280.00 THOMAS L. BENNETT, M.D. 3,440.00 / TOWN OF THERMOPOLIS 1,076.57 TRAVELING COMPUTERS, INC. 6,491.99 / WYOMING DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 168.96 TRI COUNTY TELEPHONE ASSOC,INC 668.58 / TRIPLE R WELDING,INC 1,846.36 NORCO, INC. 73.46 / VERIZON WIRELESS 34.34 / VERIZON WIRELESS 34.62 VICKLUND PHARMACY 465.85 / VISA - CARD ONE 517.18 / VISA - CARD TWO 2,274.79 VISA - CARD THREE 756.59 / VISA - CARD FOUR 743.63 / VISA - CARD FIVE 53.48 VISA 43.00 / VISA 439.34 / WYOMING COUNTY ASSESSOR'S ASSOC. 60.48 WYOMING CO COMMISSIONERS ASSOC 300.00 / WYOMING COUNTY & PROSECUTING 200.00 WCS TELECOM 289.35 / WEST PAYMENT CENTER 121.10 WHITE HORSE FEED & SEED LLC 131.97 / WIND RIVER QUARRY 1,960.00 EMPLOYMENT TAX DIVISION 2,413.35 / WYOMING.COM 20.00 WYOMING DIVISION OF 154.00 / ORCHARD TRUST COMPANY 5,254.26 WY DEPT. OF ENVIRONMENTAL 800.00 / WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF WORKFORCE 646.56 WYOMING GEOSPATIAL ORGANIZATION 20.00 / WYOMING GAS 3,803.05 WYONET INC. 113.95 / WYO RETIREMENT SYSTEM 22,744.47 036-NCPERS GROUP LIFE INS. 272.00 / WYOMING STATIONERY 827.06 / WY-TEST 81.50