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MINUTES OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING
April 5, 2011


STATE OF WYOMING ) OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF
  ) COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
COUNTY OF HOT SPRINGS ) THERMOPOLIS WYOMING
    April 5, 2011
The Hot Springs County Board of Commissioners met in regular session on Tuesday, April 5, 2011 at 9:00 a.m. in the Commissioners Room at the Courthouse.

Present were Commissioners John P. Lumley, Brad Basse and Mike Baker. Also present were County Clerk Hans Odde, County & Prosecuting Attorney Jerry Williams and Administrative Assistant to the Commissioners Penny Herdt. Chairman John P. Lumley led those present in the Pledge of Allegiance.

Approval of Agenda

Mike Baker made a motion to approve the agenda with the following addition:
ADD: GDA 13. e. SRE Bid Discussion
Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Approval of Minutes

Brad Basse made a motion to approve the minutes of March 1, March 7-Special and March 15, 2011 as presented. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Approve Bills

The following bills were submitted for approval: (see attached). Motion carried. Payroll for March, 2011 - $162,522.26.

Emergency Management Monthly Report

Emergency Management Coordinator Bill Gordon reported that the flushing flow out of Boysen Reservoir has commenced, with the current flow at 5,000 cfs as of this morning. Mr. Gordon will attend his final Command Management course in Basin this weekend, after which he will be fully NIMS-certified.

Maintenance Monthly Report

Maintenance Foreman Chuck Carver reported that the Museum rooftop HVAC unit replacement bid process was somewhat delayed, so the bid opening and award has been postponed until the April 19, 2011 Commission meeting. The 11-Month Walkthrough on the Government Annex building has been completed and the contractor is working on the punch list. The parking lot issues will be addressed when the weather warms up. Jadeco will move the thermostat in the satellite clinic room. The tree on the south end of the parking lot will be replaced as it gets warmer and some sort of deer guard will be erected by Mr. Carver. The utilities have been disconnected on the Curtin property and only the doors need to be removed before the building is dismantled. Drain issues in the JLEC have been addressed and leaks have been repaired. Mr. Carver reported that he believes the borer problem with the trees around the courthouse is being taken care of and the trees are no longer in imminent danger of dying. Mr. Carver gave the Commissioners a heads up regarding the need for money in the next budget to replace the roof on the museum rock shop this summer. He estimated it will cost roughly $7,000.00-8,000.00 to do so.

Road and Bridge Monthly Report

Road & Bridge Foreman Ray Shaffer reported that reclamation work has begun at the County pit. Preparations are underway at all pits for the State DEQ and BLM inspections coming up later this month. The new chipper is on-site and ready to go. The asphalt zipper machine Mr. Shaffer had hoped to procure has been sold to another entity. The insurance for the rental trackhoe is in place. The trackhoe and the hammer unit will be picked up on April 18th and have been rented for one month. There may be some overtime required during the rental period in order to take full advantage of the hours available on the two machines. Mr. Shaffer is working with the sugar factory in Worland to obtain lime cake for use with the Team Lab Base 1 material as a sealer for gravel roads within the county. Work continues on the sign inventory and fire number upgrade. It appears that all the county road signs will have to be replaced to meet the new state standards. Mr. Shaffer indicated that sign replacement would start on the most

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heavily-traveled county roads and be completed throughout the county as time and budget permits. Road & Bridge had a spring sale of old pipe and cattle guards last month which netted about $1,400.00 for the county. Work continues with the gravel retriever to good effect. Thursday there will be a demonstration of a piece of equipment know as a “walk and roll” at about 11:00 on Lane 7 for any who wish to come. Work continues on cleaning and replacement of cattle guards. At least one more load of “ready-made” cattle guards will be needed.
Lane 7 Drainage — Commissioner Baker and Mr. Shaffer have made a site visit to investigate the problems with drainage on Lane 7. Mr. Shaffer feels that the Planning department and the WYDOT engineering staff need to be involved for a successful resolution to this issue.
Shared Fueling System — Mr. Shaffer reviewed the meeting held with fuel supplier Marvin Nielsen and representatives of HSCSD #1 regarding updates to the fueling system shared by the County and the School District. The system is badly in need of upgrading at this time. The estimated cost of the upgrade is between $30,000 and $35,000. The school district has agreed to share the cost of the upgrading with the County. Given the current usage by each entity, both sides agree that a 50-50 split seems reasonable. Mr. Shaffer will be checking with Weed & Pest and the Cemetery District to see if they would like to be a part of this shared system going forward. Clerk Odde suggested that funding might be placed in the Capital Expenditures portion of the budget for the upcoming budget year to pay the County's share of the upgrade. The Commissioners agreed with this suggestion.
Gravel Crushing Project Engineering Proposals — Clerk Odde presented proposals for the engineering for the gravel crushing project as follows: James Gores & Associates - $15,000.00; Inberg-Miller Engineers - $9,775.00; GDA Engineers - $7,700.00; Sage Civil Engineering - $4,125.00; Engineering Associates - $8,900.00; Owl Creek Engineering, LLC - $1,000.00 and Dowell HKM - $6,000.00. Mr. Shaffer stated that he had spoken with each firm regarding the proposals so that each firm had a good idea of the County's expectations and requirements for the project. Mike Baker moved to accept the proposal from Owl Creek Engineering in the amount of $1,000.00. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried. Mr. Shaffer was authorized to notify Owl Creek Engineering to proceed immediately.

Youth Alternatives Monthly Report

Youth Alternatives Director Bob reported that he currently has 24 participants in his program. The fourth- quarter drawdown reimbursement has been received from the VOA. Mr. Wyss informed the Commissioners of his plans to retire at the end of May. This announcement was received with deep regret by the Commissioners. Mr. Wyss was asked to help recruit and train his replacement and agreed to do so. Clerk Odde was asked to begin advertising for the position immediately. Mr. Wyss presented the First Quarter, 2011 Drawdown Request for the Commissioners' approval. Brad Basse moved to approve the First Quarter, 2011 Drawdown Request for the VOA/OJJDP Non-Participating State Grant in the amount of $3,611.15. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.

County Planner Monthly Report

Planner Lee Campbell presented the Commissioners with information regarding the projected loss of population and rise in the age of the population base in the County. Mr. Campbell is quite concerned that the upcoming BLM land use decisions will adversely affect future economic development within the county. He feels that all the necessary regulations are in place in the County's Land Use Plan to challenge any increase in governmental restrictions and stipulations should that become necessary. Mr. Campbell encouraged the Commissioners to discuss at their upcoming Spring 4-County meeting in Basin this Friday the NEPA requirements for a Cumulative Effects Analysis and a Reasonably Foreseeable Adverse Impacts on the Human Environment study before any new rules are put in place.

Public Hearing — Wolf Creek Retail Malt Beverage Permit Renewal

Chairman John Lumley declared the public hearing for the Wolf Creek Retail Malt Beverage Permit Renewal open at 11:08 a.m. Clerk Odde indicated that the application was in order, required advertising has been done, and law enforcement reports no alcohol-related incidents at Wolf Creek in the last year. After three calls for further comment, receiving none, Chairman Lumley declared the hearing closed at 11:10 a.m. Brad Basse moved approval of the Wolf Creek Retail Malt Beverage Permit Renewal Application. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Surplus Equipment Bid Award

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Commissioner Mike Baker stated that he would not be participating in the Surplus Equipment Bid Award process as he has submitted a bid on one of the pieces of equipment. Bids on the surplus equipment from the Road & Bridge department were opened and awarded as follows: Asphalt Chip Spreader — one bid received from D&A Construction in the amount of $65.00. Brad Basse moved to accept the bid on the chip spreader from D&A Construction in the amount of $65.00. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried. Dump Truck - Five bids were received as follows: D&A Construction for $835.00, Delbert Daniels for $2,501.00, Ryan Redland for $325.00, Mike Baker for $1,045.00, Reardon Motor Company for $4,567.89. Brad Basse moved to accept the high bid from Reardon Motor Company in the amount of $4,567.89 for the dump truck. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Appointment of County Coroner

Upon receipt of nominations from the HSC Republican Party, interviews were held for the position of County Coroner on April 4, 2011. Ballots were cast. Clerk Odde reported that Mark Mortimore received four points, Dr. Howard Willson received five points and Mike Mortimore received nine points. Brad Basse moved to cast unanimous ballot appointing Mark Mortimore as County Coroner. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Discussion: the Commissioners expressed their appreciation for all three candidates' efforts and interest and noted that this was a very difficult decision due to the quality of the applicants. Dr. Howard Willson stated that he wanted to state publicly that he felt the Commissioners had done a very thorough and complete job in their selection process and thanked them for a job well-done. Motion carried. Mark Mortimore will be sworn in by County Clerk Odde Wednesday morning.

County Attorney's Office Copier Request

County Attorney Jerry Williams discussed the need in his office for a copier capable of scanning documents into electronic format for distribution via email or compact disc, as most of the discovery done by his office is required to be delivered electronically now. Mr. Williams presented a bid from Mountain West Business Solutions for a new copier. In order to foster a more competitive bid, the Commissioners asked Mr. Williams to obtain bids from other vendors and return at the next meeting so that a decision could be made. Funds will come out of Courthouse Equipment.

Peace Pole Request

The Commissioners have received a request from county resident Jocelyn Johnson for permission to place a wooden “peace pole” at the top of Roundtop Mountain as part of a drumming ceremony to be held Sunday, April 17th . After considerable discussion and consultation with the County Attorney, the Commissioners decided not to lodge any objection to the peace pole installation on public land.

Website Request — HSC Leadership Class

HSC Leadership Class member Daniel Webber appeared before the Commissioners to discuss the current Leadership Class project. The class has prepared a Community Reference Guide for public distribution. The guide includes information on Education Resources, Adult & Youth Activities, Public Board Meetings and Service Organizations available in Hot Springs County. Mr. Webber asked for permission to post this Community Reference Guide on the County website in a pdf format. Mike Baker moved to allow the HSC Leadership Class to place the Community Reference Guide on the Hot Springs County website. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Museum Exit Sign Bid Award

Museum Director Ross Rhodes presented the Commissioners with quotes to replace the Exit signage in the Museum as previously discussed. Commissioner Basse recused himself from discussion and voting on the matter as he is one of the bidders. Commissioner Basse also indicated that he had asked someone within his company prepare Jadeco's bid rather than doing it himself. Bids were received from Jadeco in the amount of $2,505.00 and Zupan Electric in the amount of $3,450.00. Mike Baker moved to accept to low bid of $2,505.00 from Jadeco Electric to

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replace eleven and install five new Exit signs in the museum. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Lane 3 Update

Engineering Associates representative Ian Sporkin-Morrison provided the Commissioners with a sheet detailing which Lane 3 easements have been successfully negotiated and which are still in progress. There has been no response from Pamida at this time. The quarry owner is requesting that the county install fencing and a cattle guard on his property in addition to cash payment for the requested easement. The Road & Bridge Department has provided an estimate of $4,000- $5,000 installation of the cattle guard and $1,500 for the fence. After discussion, Brad Basse moved to authorize an offer to the quarry owners of $900 plus written confirmation of agreement for the County to provide a cattle guard and fencing as part of the project in return for a full right- of-way easement. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried. EA representatives will continue to work on resolving the easement issues, while also working on the project design. Mr. Morrison indicated that he hopes to have the preliminary plans ready for the Commissioners' review at the next meeting on April 19, with final plans ready for the May 3rd Commissioners meeting. Work continues with WYDOT representatives to resolve drainage issues for the project.

Museum Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

The museum has been notified that an anonymous donor desires to give a gift to the museum through the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund. The fund rules require that the donation be passed through a non-profit or governmental entity, and initially Museum Director Ross Rhodes had approached the Commissioners about acting as the pass-through entity. However, further research indicates that the Pioneer Association would be a more appropriate pass-through entity. Clerk Odde has asked the accountant for clarification and received the response that either way would be fine. The Commissioners agreed that the Pioneer Association would be the most appropriate pass-through entity for this gift.

Other Business

Public Meeting Date — Arapaho Trust Land Issues — The Commissioners want to host a public meeting to discuss the Northern Arapaho tribe's application to put a designated parcel of land in Hot Springs County into tribal trust. After discussion, the meeting was set for 7:00 p.m., April 19, 2011, at the Middle School Commons area.
Water Well Permit Applications — The Commissioners reviewed two water well permit applications — Jim 1 for James Massie and Red Farm 1-2nd Enlargement for the Taylor Family Partnership, Ltd. Gretchen Hurley, the county's geological consultant, has reviewed both applications and recommends them for approval. Mike Baker moved to approve Well Permit Application for Jim 1. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried. Brad Basse moved to approve Well Permit Application for Red Farm 1-2nd Enlargement. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Lane 3 SLIB Grant Draft Request #7 — Clerk Odde presented SLIB Grant Draft Request #7 for the Lane 3 project. Mike Baker moved to approve Grant Draft Request #7 for SLIB Grant #MRG-11008HS in the amount of $1,431.84. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Lane 3 IRP GDR #9 — Clerk Odde presented IRP Grant Draft Request #9 for the Lane 3 project. Brad Basse moved to approve Draft Request #9 for the Lane 3, Phase 1 & 2, IRP #CN15020 in the amount of $1,884.00. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Correspondence
Thomas Roberts — BOE Hearing Officer
Town of Thermopolis — Summer Landfill Hours
Owl Creek Water District Newsletter
Jackie Manning — Thank You
Lodging Tax Board Minutes
Hospital Board Minutes
Museum Board Minutes
HSC Treasurer — Monthly Reports
Bureau of Reclamation — Bighorn River Flush Notification
The Commissioners reviewed the foregoing items. No further action was required or taken at this time.

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Airport Update

FAA Request for Reimbursement #6 — Clerk Odde presented FAA Request for Reimbursement #6 for the Commissioners' approval. Brad Basse moved to approve FAA Project 3-56-0032-03 RFR #6 in the amount of $53,913.00. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried. WYDOT - Aeronautics Division Request for Reimbursement #6 — Clerk Odde presented WYDOT- Aeronautics Division Request for Reimbursement #6 for the Commissioners' approval. Mike Baker moved to approve WYDOT-Aeronautics Division Project THP-11A-2757 RFR #6 in the amount of $1,703.00. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried. Snow Removal Equipment Bid — GDA Representative Bill Harris reported that, after signing the Contract Agreement paperwork, Lariat International Trucks contacted him regarding a mistake in the bid. As a result of an error in calculating the manufacturer's rebate, Lariat International wishes to raise the bid by $13,814.00. Mr. Harris forwarded Lariat's request to Greg Hampshire with WYDOT for review. The response from Mr. Hampshire indicates that this adjustment would not be acceptable to the State. After considerable discussion, and with input from the County Attorney, the Commissioners agreed to proceed with the original agreement and ask Lariat to honor the original bid price for the equipment. Brad Basse moved to authorize the chairman's signature on the Agreement for Snow Removal Equipment with Lariat International Trucks. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried. Mike Baker moved to sign the Supplemental Agreement to the Snow Removal Equipment Grant Agreement with Lariat International Trucks for the snowplow upgrade and broom attachment. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried. Brad Basse moved to authorize the chairman to sign the Notice to Proceed between Hot Springs County and Lariat International Trucks. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Discussion: Current price of the snow removal equipment including the snowplow upgrade and broom is $129,097.00. Motion carried. Brad Basse moved to draft a letter for the chairman's signature to Lariat International notifying them of the Commission's actions today and asking if they intend to honor their original bid. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Discussion: If Lariat chooses not to proceed, the next lowest bidder will be given the option to provide the equipment. The letter will indicate that, in the case of non-performance by Lariat International Trucks, the bid bond will be retained and other legal remedies for non-performance may be sought. The letter will be copied to WYDOT-Aeronautics Division. A response time of ten days or less will be requested from Lariat. Motion carried.
Progress Update
Jeremy Gilb with GDA presented the Terminal Apron Design report for the Commissioners' review. Rick Patton reviewed the three alternatives contained in the report. Mr. Gilb reported that a preliminary design for the airport complex should be completed in the next few weeks. Utility coordination has begun. Electrical engineering is underway. Natural gas is not available at the site, so heat will probably be provided by propane gas or electricity.

Executive Sessions

At 3:30 p.m. Mike Baker moved to enter Executive Session for reasons of potential litigation. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried. Those present included the Commissioners, County Clerk Hans Odde, County Attorney Jerry Williams, Administrative Assistant Penny Herdt, and via conference call, Holland & Hart representatives Tom Sansonetti and Maryt Hendrickson. At 4:00 p.m. Brad Basse moved to leave Executive Session. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried. No action was taken during or as a result of the Executive Session.
At 4:00 p.m. Brad Basse moved to enter Executive Session for reasons of personnel and potential litigation. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried. Those present included the Commissioners, County Clerk Hans Odde, DCI representative Steve Herrmann and Administrative Assistant Penny Herdt.
At 4:37 p.m. Mike Baker moved to leave Executive Session. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried. No action was taken during or as a result of the Executive Session.
At 4:37 p.m. Mike Baker moved to enter Executive Session for reasons of land acquisition. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried. Those present included the Commissioners, County Clerk Hans Odde, County Attorney Jerry Williams, GDA representatives Dustin Spomer, Rick Patton, Jeremy Glib, Bill Harris, and Joel Peckham and Administrative Assistant Penny Herdt. At 5:43 p.m. Brad Basse moved to leave Executive Session. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried. No action was taken during or as a result of the Executive Session.
At 5:46 p.m. Mike Baker moved to enter Executive Session for reasons of personnel. Those present included the Commissioners, County Clerk Hans Odde, County Attorney Jerry Williams, and

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Administrative Assistant Penny Herdt. At 6:00 p.m. Mike Baker moved to leave Executive Session. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried. No action was taken during or as a result of the Executive Session.

Adjournment

There being no further business to come before the Board at this time, Brad W. Basse moved to adjourn. Chairman Lumley declared the meeting adjourned at 6:05 p.m.

Attest:


John P. Lumley, Chairman Hans Odde, Clerk to the Board


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BILLS – March, 2011
WORLAND CLEANERS & SUPPLY 24.80
CASPER STAR TRIBUNE 576.20
HOT SPRINGS VETERINARY CLINIC 24.00
HASCO INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY 222.00
WYOMING SURPLUS PROPERTY 65.00
STATE OF WYOMING 11,599.70
SLB LOCK SERVICE 10.00
RANEE L. GONSALEZ 1,943.50
JOHN E REID AND ASSOCIATES,INC 420.00
WYOMING LECC 130.00
WYOMING CO. TREASURER'S ASSOC. 100.00
AFLAC (ACCOUNT #HW652) 908.98
STATE OF WYOMING - A&I 45.10
ANITA WEISBECK 31.11
H.O.P.E AGENCY & CRISIS LINE 1,500.00
ATLAS OFFICE PRODUCTS, INC. 316.21
BRESNAN COMMUNICATIONS 55.20
BARTON STAM 390.34
BIG HORN WATER 93.75
BILL DANIELS 704.00
BILLINGS GAZETTE 963.46
BLAIR'S SUPER MARKET 469.17
PITNEY BOWES 141.37
BREE GERBER 53.10
BROKERS NATIONAL LIFE 492.80
CUSTOMIZED COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 335.50
CNA SURETY 1,020.00
THERMOPOLIS HARDWARE 579.86
CODE 4 PUBLIC SAFETY 297.00
COLONIAL SUPPLEMENTAL INS. 248.45
VERIZON WIRELESS 53.32
VERIZON WIRELESS 39.29
VERIZON WIRELESS 157.78
VERIZON WIRELESS 291.58
VERIZON WIRELESS 44.33
CINDY MAGELKY 86.19
CROWLEY AIR SERVICE, LLC 2,513.45
DEBRA A. GERHARTER 15.45
DIVISION OF VICTIM SERVICES 95.00
DON'S IGA 92.03
D.R.A. SERVICES LLC 2,392.99
THE ELECTION CENTER 150.00
ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES 3,768.00
ESRI, INC. 3,400.00
FASTENAL COMPANY 268.89
SHELL FLEET PLUS PROCESSING CENTER 127.74
FLEETPRIDE 61.07
PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 38,188.57
FOOD SERVICES OF AMERICA 1,954.37
FRANDSON SAFETY INC. 11.00
GDA ENGINEERS 56,750.72
MOUNTAIN WEST BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 77.41
MOUNTAIN WEST BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 20.73
HOLLAND & HART LLP 10,000.00
HOT SPRINGS MUSEUM 25,000.00
HOT SPRINGS COUNTY HEALTH INS ACCT 42,320.04
HOT SPRINGS CO. SCHOOL DIST #1 3,545.19
INDEPENDENT RECORD 1,876.25
INDOFF INC. 420.38
INGHAM COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE 65.00
JAMES COMER 30.00
JENNIFER CHENEY 127.93
JILL JACOBSON 1,050.00
CIRCUIT COURT OF HOT SPRINGS COUNTY 630.17
KENT A. RICHINS 675.00
KNAPP SUPPLY & EQUIPMENT CO. 197.45
KWIK MART 9.38
LEXIS NEXIS 92.00
LOCAL GOVERNMENT LIAB. POOL 18,804.00
LUCERNE PUMPING PLANT CANAL CO 303.80
LYLE SIGNS, INC. 1,290.00
MARY A. GORDON 551.12
MARY L. SCHEIBLE 1,851.92
MBA OF WYOMING 44,736.88
MEADOW GOLD DAIRY 245.60
MEETEETSE CONSERVATION DISTRICT 200.00
HOT SPRINGS CO. MEM. HOSPITAL 15.00
HOT SPRINGS COUNSELING SERVICE 9,174.89
MESSENGER & JUROVICH, P.C. 390.00

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MOORE MEDICAL, LLC 260.77
NORTHWEST SHUTTLE 500.00
NU VOGUE SALON 128.54
ONE STOP REPAIR & 594.05
O'REILLY AUTO PARTS 39.45
THE OFFICE SHOP, INC 889.15
OWL LUMBER INC. 185.71
ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 3,813.96
PAMIDA 201.44
PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 8.49
PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 438.18
PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 20.00
PENNY T. HERDT 51.94
PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 210.00
PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 2,205.00
POSITIVE PROMOTIONS 258.55
POSTMASTER 487.00
PRINT ZONE 149.25
PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER,INC. 768.36
PYROTECHS 120.00
QWEST 650.74
REX ROBERTSON CO. INC. 336.00
GORRELL & HOPKINSON, P.C. 1,803.24
RIVERTON TIRE & OIL CO., INC. 1,457.56
ROSEMARY DE SEYN 30.00
RT COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 2,307.59
SANDRA L BAKER 40.00
J.A. SEXAUER INC. 212.91
SHELLEY DEROMEDI 17.60
SHOSHONE OFFICE SUPPLY 1,420.35
SIGNS OF SUTHERLAND AUTO 156.00
SPENCER FLUID POWER 1,513.81
STACIA H. LINTON 10.03
THE STANDARD INS. CO. 1,357.96
STEHLIN PLUMBING & CONTRACTING 1,125.24
TARCO INDUSTRIES, INC. 121.63
TEAM LABORATORY CHEMICAL CORP. 419.75
TEEPEE POOLS 332.00
TOWN OF THERMOPOLIS 15,552.86
TRAVELING COMPUTERS, INC. 84.97
TRI COUNTY TELEPHONE ASSOC,INC 334.29
THOS. Y. PICKETT & COMPANY, INC. 1,650.00
VACCINE EDUCATION CENTER @ THE 21.00
VERIZON WIRELESS 34.25
VERIZON WIRELESS 34.29
VICKLUND PHARMACY 324.23
VISA - CARD ONE 257.49
VISA - CARD TWO 458.88
VISA - CARD FOUR 226.00
VISA - CARD SIX 891.45
VISA (CARD EIGHT) 59.95
VISA 195.15
VISA 28.21
VISA 17.33
WCS TELECOM 276.77
WHITE HORSE FEED & SEED LLC 12.98
WIRELESS ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS 804.50
EMPLOYMENT TAX DIVISION 1,916.65
WOW STORE 14.24
WYOMING.COM 20.00
WYOMING DIVISION OF 109.00
ORCHARD TRUST COMPANY 5,646.58
WYOMING GAS 4,278.27
WYONET INC. 113.95
WYO RETIREMENT SYSTEM 22,233.31
NCPERS GROUP LIFE INS. 272.00
WYOMING TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER CENTER 120.00

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