MINUTES OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING
|STATE OF WYOMING||)||OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF|
|COUNTY OF HOT SPRINGS||)||THERMOPOLIS WYOMING|
|April 3, 2012|
|The Hot Springs County Board of Commissioners met in regular session on Tuesday, April 3, 2012 at
9:00 a.m. in the Commissioners Room at the Courthouse.|
Present were Commissioners Brad Basse, John Lumley 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.
Approval of AgendaJohn Lumley made a motion to approve the agenda with the following deletion:
DELETE:Other Business2. Lane 3 IRP Draw Down Request #20Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Approval of MinutesMike Baker made a motion to approve the minutes of the regular meetings on March 6 and 20, and the special meeting on March 9, 2012 as presented. John Lumley seconded. Motion carried.
Approve BillsThe following bills were submitted for approval: (see attached). Payroll for March, 2012 - $166,676.39. Jurovich Recognition Ron Jurovich has resigned from the Hospital Board. The Commissioners presented Mr. Jurovich with a certificate of appreciation in recognition of his twenty years of hard work and service to the county as a member of the Hospital Board.
Maintenance Monthly ReportMaintenance Foreman Chuck Carver discussed the next steps in the proposed WYECIP energy project. The signed contract has been received from the WYECIP office. The feasibility studies received from Ennovate and Trane will be forwarded to WYECIP consultant John Canfield for his review and comments. Interviews will be scheduled with the two Energy Service Companies and a contractor will be selected. The Commissioners agreed that this needs to happen soon if consensus money is to be considered as part of the financing for the project. Staff will coordinate with Mr. Canfield and representatives of the two ESCO's to move the project forward. Spring lawn preparation is underway and ahead of schedule. The surplus property silent auction went very well – many items were sold. Some larger items were held back for sale at a planned consignment auction to be held sometime in June or July. Mr. Carver reported that there have been a lot of personal space heaters being used within the courthouse offices, creating tripping hazards and fire hazards. He anticipates this problem going away as spring approaches and the heat pump replacement project is completed.
Road and Bridge Monthly ReportRoad & Bridge Supervisor Ray Shaffer reported that the road naming/renumbering project is progressing. The north section of the county has been completed and now the south and east areas are being addressed. Mr. Shaffer provided the Commissioners with maps showing the areas where roads need to be named/re-named and/or fire numbers adjusted. After reviewing the maps, Mike Baker moved to authorize the Road & Bridge and Assessor's departments to move forward with road naming and numbering changes in the south and east areas of the county as proposed. (See attached maps 1, 2, & 3) John Lumley seconded the motion. Discussion: Mr. Shaffer will notify the landowners in the affected areas. County resident Tom Anderson asked that affected landowners be reminded of the need to update their voter registration records as a result of any changes to their addresses. Motion carried. Mr. Shaffer will bring the final road names in for approval after input has been received from the landowners.
Lane 3 – Mr. Shaffer reported that signs have been purchased for the rural section of Lane 3 and will be installed after the reclamation seeding has been done. The Commissioners discussed the timing of
designating Lane 3 as a county road. The County Attorney will investigate the process and report back to the Commissioners. The Commissioners agreed that Lane 3 should be designated as a County Road prior to opening the newly constructed rural section to travel.
Signage – Road & Bridge employees have spent a lot of time lately posting new road name and number signs. Fifty new signs have been provided by the State as part of the new L-TAP reflectivity standards program. County bridge approaches have also been re-marked to bring them into compliance with safety codes. Mr. Shaffer reported that placing American flag stickers on the new signs seems to be helping deter vandalism so far.
Other – Spring blading of county roads continues. A price has been locked in for oil to be used in the chipping projects this summer. Discussion ensued regarding bidding requirements for procurement contracts for projects using CRF money. Mr. Shaffer will investigate procurement procedures in other Wyoming counties to ensure that all procurement rules are followed for county road projects. The guardrail on East River road needs replaced. Mr. Shaffer reported that there is 90/10 grant money available from WYDOT for this project, but engineering will be required and, as it is a reimbursement grant, the money will come out of the county's pocket first and then be reimbursed by the state. He hopes to get this project started this fall. The county will lease a trackhoe for a month starting in the middle of April. The $3,000 credit remaining from last year's lease will offset some of this year's lease cost. L-TAP has scheduled a gravel roads workshop here in Hot Springs County on May 23 & 24. There will be one day of classroom training on building gravel roads and one day of hands-on training using mag chloride on about one mile of county road.
County Planner Monthly ReportPlanner Bo Bowman reported that septic season has begun. The NRPC has been meeting monthly. They are currently focusing on regulatory protection for the hot springs geothermal resources. The rewrite of the Land Use Plan is progressing. The Land Use Planning Board continues to meet regularly. There are two land use change requests coming to the Commissioners from the LUPB – Cody Hensley's on April 17th , and one for a subdivision in the Wakely area in May. Mr. Bowman notified the Commissioners that he has just received a letter of resignation from the LUPB due to time constraints from Tom Anderson. The Commissioners will address this resignation at their April 17th meeting. In response to questioning from the Commissioners, Mr. Bowman indicated that he will provide training in board procedures and other information to all incoming board members.
Lane 3 UpdateEngineering Associates representative Heath Overfield reported that the completed contract documents have been received from the contractor. As soon as the certificate of insurance and certificate of Workman's Comp have been received, the paperwork will be submitted to the Commissioners so that the Notice to Proceed can be issued. Mr. Overfield indicated that he had received a call from a landowner on Lane 3 inquiring whether the newly-completed rural section had been built to design specifications. A quick survey was done which showed the road to be up to five feet narrower than designed, apparently due to lack of shoulder construction. Mr. Overfield will continue to investigate the reasons for this and will report back to the Commissioners.
Public Hearing – Denton Subdivision Plat AmendmentChairman Basse declared the public hearing for the Denton Subdivision Plat Amendment application open at 11:30 a.m. Planner Bo Bowman presented the application to amend the plat of the Denton Subdivision to the Commissioners. The Dentons wish to transfer acreage from Tract 2 to Tract 3 – basically a boundary line adjustment, but as the land is within a subdivision, it must be treated as an amendment to the plat. Upon approval, the tracts will be renumbered, Tract 2 as Tract 4 and Tract 3 as Tract 5, to eliminate confusion between the old and new plats. No new building sites would be created as a result of this replat. As part of the road number/name update project, Road & Bridge and the Assessor's office have suggested that the subdivision access road be named and recorded on the new final plat. Cindy Denton indicated that the Denton's have no problem with naming the access road. After three calls for further public comment, hearing none, Chairman Basse declared the hearing closed at 11:35 a.m. Mike Baker moved to accept the Planning Board's recommendation and approve the amended plat. John Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Tax RebateAssessor Shelley Deromedi presented the following rebate for the Commissioners' approval: Rebate #1-12 – Marathon Oil Company – DOR NOVC 2012-0148 – Oil Production at Grass Creek Field during 2008. Marathon filed amended return in response to a letter from the Minerals Tax Division of the DOR informing Marathon of discrepancies between Severance Tax and Gross Products reporting, resulting in over-assessment of 6272. Taxes in the amount of $420.41 need to be rebated. John Lumley moved approve rebate #1-12 to Marathon Oil Company in the amount of $420.41. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Airport UpdateWYDOT - Aeronautics Division Request for Reimbursement #4 – AIP #02 – Clerk Odde presented WYDOT-Aeronautics Division Request for Reimbursement #4 for the Commissioners' approval. Mike Baker moved to approve WYDOT-Aeronautics Division Project THP-11A-2807/FAA #3-56-0043-02 RFR #4 in the amount of $525.00. John Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
FAA Request for Reimbursement #4 – AIP #02 – Clerk Odde presented FAA Request for Reimbursement #4 for the Commissioners' approval. John Lumley moved to approve FAA Project 3-56-0043-02 RFR #4 in the amount of $16,621.00. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
FAA Form 7480 – Notice of Landing Area Proposal – GDA representative Jeremy Gilb presented FAA Form 7480 for the Commissioners' approval. This is basically the initial form filed with the FAA for proceeding with construction of a new airport. Currently the new airport identifier is shown as +09F. When the airport opens, the identifier will be changed to K-HSC if approved by the FAA. Mike Baker moved to approve the chairman's signature on FAA Form 7480 as presented. John Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
WYDOT Access Permit for New Access Road – Mr. Gilb presented the WYDOT Access Permit for the Commissioners' approval. This form is to provide for approval of the access road off State Highway 120 for the new airport. John Lumley moved to approve the chairman's signature on the WYDOT Access Permit for the access road for the new airport. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Discussion: A separate access permit will be filed for the access road to the Holden Ranch headquarters. Motion carried. Project Management Plan – Mr. Gilb presented a copy of the current Project Management Plan for the new airport for each Commissioner's file. This document will also be available on-line, as it is a working document which will be updated as needed.
Fence Project Update – GDA has proposed construction of a perimeter fence to serve as an indicator of the airport boundary and to meet the landowner's requirement to fence out livestock from the airport property. WYDOT-Aeronautics Division has approved this project, but approval has not been received yet from the FAA. Pending approval by the FAA, GDA hopes to start construction on the fence sometime this summer. Mr. Gilb reviewed the different types of fence planned for each area of the project.
Utility Transfer Discussion – Regarding the old ranch house on the airport property, after looking over the house with an eye to using it for a construction office for some of the project, GDA has determined that the lack of water availability for the house and over-all usability make the house unsuitable for use as a construction office. GDA would, therefore, like to include demolition of the house as part of the fencing project. Discussion ensued regarding various matters relating to demolition of the house. No decision was made at this time regarding demolition. Propane – There is a propane tank on the property which will not be needed if the house is not being used. T&J Propane will be contacted to pick up the tank. Power – Electrical power is provided by High Plains Power. The house and some lights by the corrals are on one circuit. GDA recommends cutting off service to the house immediately and turning the responsibility for that electric meter over to the Holden's, as access to the corrals has been granted to the Holden's until June 1st . Water – The majority of the current water system is located on land owned by the Holden's. In discussions with the Holden's, it does not appear that they wish to use this system to provide water to the ranch house, which they no longer own. Phone/Internet – Currently TCT provides phone service from the highway, up the main road, into the house, and on to the shop apartment still owned by the Holden's. At this time, GDA proposes to leave the phone line as it is. If/When the house is taken down, the phone service will be temporarily re-routed until such time as actual dirt work starts at the site, at which time the issue of phone service will be revisited.
Progress Update – Mr. Gilb provided the Commissioners with a copy of the relocation expense reimbursement manual, and reviewed the reimbursement process for the Holden's relocation expenses.
The AGIS process has started and Mr. Gilb hopes to present the draft Scope of Work for AGIS at either the April 17th or May 1st meeting.
Consider WCCA Special Assessment ResolutionChairman Basse presented a resolution which will be considered at the Spring WCCA meeting regarding a special dues assessment to all WCCA members to provide funding for the planned renovation of the WCCA's office property in Cheyenne. Passage of the resolution would mean an additional assessment of approximately $3,500.00 annually for the next five years for Hot Springs County. If the planned renovations are not carried out, the assessments would be returned, with interest, to the county. Mike Baker moved to authorize the Commission's representative at the Spring WCCA Board of Director's meeting to approve Resolution 12-01 using the Hybrid Funding model to calculate the assessment amount. John Lumley seconded the motion. Discussion: Mike Baker will be the county's representative at the Board of Director's Meeting. Motion carried.
Month of the Military Child ProclamationNational Guard Sgt. 1st Class Crump and Military Youth Symposium member Brianna Sands appeared before the Commissioners to request a proclamation declaring April as the Month of the Military Child. Miss Sands discussed her experiences as a military family member and a source of support for other military children through her participation as a NG Youth Symposium member. John Lumley moved to sign a proclamation declaring April as the Month of the Military Child in Hot Springs County. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried. Chairman Basse read the proclamation into the public record as follows:
HOT SPRINGS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
APRIL, 2012 AS THE
MONTH OF THE MILITARY CHILD
THE MONTH OF THE MILITARY CHILDand we do hereby urge all citizens, business and government leaders to observe the month with appropriate ceremonies and activities that honor, support and thank our military children.
Brad W. Basse, ChairmanHans Odde, County Clerk
Mike Baker, Vice-Chairman
John P. Lumley, Commissioner
Youth Alternatives Monthly ReportDirector Alan Rossler reported he currently has 18 participants in the program. There are three enrolled in the Tobacco Education program, eight in a Substance Abuse class, and two in the Anger Management class. VOA representative Debbie Lynch was here in March to check out the program. Her suggestion to remove the dead-bolt from the door to the non-secure holding area (as there were no keys available for it) has been carried out. Mr. Rossler reported that the Juvenile Detention Center in Lander will be closing in June due to funding and staffing problems. At that time, any juveniles in need of detention will be transported to facilities in Casper or Cheyenne. Clerk Odde presented the second quarterly draw down request for the 2009 Sub-Grant. John P. Lumley moved to approve the Drawdown Request for the VOA/OJJDP “Non-Participating State” Grant CFDA #16.540 in the amount of $2,361.53 for the time period of 01/01/120 – 03/31/12. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Hot Springs County Counseling Center Funds RequestThis item was carried forward from the March 20th meeting to allow the Commissioners time to review the budget in an effort to identify any possible areas to pull funds from in the current budget to meet the HSCCC's request for $10,000.00 in additional funding for this year. After a review of the current budget situation and extensive discussion, the Commissioners agreed that funds were not available to meet the Counseling Center's request at this time. Director Al Braaten was informed that his funding request would be given all due consideration during the 2012-2013 budgeting process.
Resolution 2012-02 – Underage Drinking PreventionPrevention Specialist Jane Norskog appeared before the Commissioners to request a resolution in support of the prevention of underage drinking in Hot Springs County. Ms. Norskog discussed the current focus on presenting underage drinking statistics with emphasis on the positive instead of the negative (i.e. 93% of sixth graders don't drink instead of 7% of sixth graders drink) in public service advertising, prevention programs and resolutions such as the one she presented. John Lumley moved to approve Resolution 2012-02 in support of the prevention of under-age drinking. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried. Chairman Basse read the resolution into the record as follows:
Resolution 2012-02Whereas: Underage Drinking is a serious and pervasive problem all across Wyoming including the Town of Thermopolis, Hot Springs County, and
Underage Drinking Prevention
Whereas: Alcohol is a powerful, mood-altering drug that dramatically effects a youth's development and behavior; and
Whereas: The latest Hot Springs County District Prevention Needs Assessment (PNA) Survey indicates that 93% of the 6th graders, 76% of the 8th graders, 71% of the 10th graders and 58% of the 12th graders have not used alcohol in the last 30 days, and
Whereas: 95% of the 6th graders, 85% of the 8th graders, 90% of the 10th graders and 73% of the 12th graders have not been involved in binge drinking, and
Whereas: Hot Springs County has made a positive change. Underage drinking and binge drinking has been reduced, with the coordinated effort of schools, law enforcement, retailers, faith community, health care workers, prevention leaders, policy makers, Town, County, State Government and parents; and
Whereas: The only effective way to prevent underage drinking is to keep educating the youth about the responsibility and dangers of alcohol. To change a Social Norm in our community of parents who host and other adults that purchase alcohol for minors that feel, “it's a rite of passage,” and
Whereas: strong support of these local efforts must be clearly voiced by our community's leadership:
Therefore, Be It Resolved That:The County Commission of Hot Springs County, Wyoming recognizes the dangers of alcohol use by our youth and strongly supports the enforcement, restrictions, and educational programs designed to reduce underage drinking.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto set our hand, and caused the Seal of the County of Hot Springs, Wyoming to be affixed on this 3rd day of April, in the year of our Lord, Two Thousand Twelve.
Brad W. Basse, ChairmanHans Odde, County Clerk
Mike Baker, Vice-Chairman
John P. Lumley, Commissioner
Fuel System Access RequestFred Crosby and Mayor Bill Malloy appeared before the Commissioners to request that the Town of Thermopolis be allowed to access the County's fueling system. The Town has been experiencing difficulty with availability lately from its current supplier and would like to have a “Plan B” in place. Mr. Crosby has discussed participating in the fueling system with HSCSD Business Manager Lisa Pearce and she was amenable to this plan. Mike Baker moved to allow the Town of Thermopolis to participate in the bulk fuel system. John Lumley seconded the motion. Discussion: Going forward, the Town will also participate in costs for repairs and upgrades to the system on a usage percentage basis. Permission for the Town's participation in the fuel system is contingent upon the school district's agreement, as the school district handles the record-keeping and billing process for the system. Motion carried.
June 30, 2011 Audit PresentationMichael Wright reviewed the Final County Audit Report for the year ending June 30, 2011 with the Commissioners. This report is available for public review in the County Clerk's office. Mr. Wright reviewed the audit and accompanying comments. Overall, the finding indicated a clean audit for both the regular audit and the A133 grant audit, with no material non-compliance issues.
Sheriff Vehicle Upfit DiscussionSheriff Lou Falgoust and Lieutenant Dan Pebbles reported that the new vehicles have arrived as well as the insurance check to cover replacing equipment from the wrecked Jeep. The cost to upfit the new vehicles will exceed the insurance check, so the Sheriff's department would like approval from the Commissioners to proceed with the upfits at a total cost not to exceed $15,000.00, per the discussion at the January 17, 2012 Commissioner meeting. Mike Baker moved to allocate up to $15,000.00 from the Rolling Stock line item to upfit the two new Sheriff's department vehicles. John Lumley seconded the motion. Discussion: Commissioner Lumley emphasized that the allocated money must be used only for the upfit of the vehicles. Motion carried.
School Resource Officer (SRO) GrantThe SRO grant expires on June 30, 2013. During the last year of the grant, the sponsoring entity becomes responsible for 100% of the SRO's salary, with the school district paying 70% of the salary expense and the county picking up the remaining 30%. Sheriff Falgoust asked the Commissioners for approval to reapply for the grant in 2013. The Commissioners expressed concern about the County's ability to pick up 100% of the SRO's salary if the school district is unable/unwilling to participate at the 70/30 level for the next grant. Sheriff Falgoust pointed out that awarding of the grant did not require the Commissioners to accept it if such a problem arose. This item will be discussed further at a later date – no action required at this time.
Red Lane DisputeRed Lane resident Mikki Martinez approached the Commissioners to express her concern over access issues created by the actions of another Red Lane resident. After reviewing the situation, County Attorney Williams informed Mrs. Martinez that this is a civil issue over which the Commissioners have no jurisdiction.
Emergency Management Monthly ReportEmergency Management Coordinator distributed information regarding the National Incident Management System (NIMS) National Response Plan (NRP) Training Plan developed for Hot Springs County. He also distributed information on the Emergency Management Institute Independent Study Courses to the Commissioners and the County Clerk. Mr. Gordon would like to encourage all county elected officials to complete the ICS-100 IS-100.b – Introduction to Incident Command course in order to comply with the NIMS NRP Training Plan requirements. He also recommended all elected officials consider completing IS-546.12 – Continuity of Operations Awareness and IS-775 – Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Management & Operations to increase their ability to function efficiently in the
event of a county-wide emergency. Mr. Gordon stated that he will be conducting a one-hour Introduction to EOC class during the statewide public health exercise that would be a good introduction to the IS-775 course. Anyone who successfully completes any of these recommended courses is asked to get a copy of their certification to Mr. Gordon. Mr. Gordon also reminded the Commissioners that he would greatly appreciate their participation in and support for the statewide Public Health exercise to be held on May 15th as previously discussed. Nakamura Road Hearing Update Hearing Officer Mike Barton joined the meeting by phone to discuss the upcoming April 19th Nakamura Road Application hearing. At this time only one motion has been received. Clerk Odde was asked to distribute all the information in the file to the Commissioners by the end of the week. The possibility of a separate motion hearing was discussed. Mr. Barton's recommendation was to start with a motion hearing immediately prior to the main hearing and then move into the full hearing or not depending on the outcome of the motion hearing. The Commissioners agreed to meet with Mr. Barton at 8:00 a.m. on April 19th to review the hearing procedures prior to the start of the hearing.
Other BusinessLane 3 SLIB Grant Draft Request #18 – Clerk Odde presented SLIB Grant Draft Request #18 for the Lane 3 project. John Lumley moved to approve Grant Draft Request #18 for SLIB Grant #MRG-11008HS in the amount of $4,856.01. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Owl Creek Water Project CDBG Draw Down Request #5 – Clerk Odde presented Draw Down Request #5 for the Owl Creek Water project. John Lumley moved to approve the Wyoming Business Council Investment Ready Communities Draw Down Request #5 for the Owl Creek Water District project in the amount of $4,855.00. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Appoint Natural Resources Planning Committee Member – The Commissioners reviewed an application from Ray Shaffer for reappointment to the NRPC. John Lumley moved to approve the appointment of Ray Shaffer to the NRPC. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
CorrespondenceChamber of Commerce – Website Update Information
BHB Nature & Discovery Center Joint Powers Board – Board Member Term Expiration Dates – This item will be added as an action item at the next meeting. A letter will be drafted for consideration regarding the status of the appointees.
Town of East Thermopolis – Stevens Catering Permission
Monthly Treasurer's Report – February, 2012
Airport Traffic Report – January and February, 2012
Owl Creek Gravel Products – Gravel Discussion – No representative from Owl Creek Gravel Products was present to discuss this item. Road & Bridge Supervisor Ray Shaffer and Daniel DeVries with Big Horn Ready Mix were present to answer any questions the Commissioners might have regarding this correspondence. After reviewing the correspondence with those present, the Commissioners determined that no further action was required at this time.
AdjournmentThere being no further business to come before the Board at this time, Chairman Basse declared the meeting adjourned at 6:20 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|