MINUTES OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING
|STATE OF WYOMING||)||OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF|
|COUNTY OF HOT SPRINGS||)||THERMOPOLIS WYOMING|
|June 7, 2011|
The Hot Springs County Board of Commissioners met in regular session on Tuesday, June 7, 2011 at
9:00 a.m. in the Commissioners Room at the Government Annex|
Present were Commissioners John P. Lumley, Brad Basse and Mike Baker. Also present were County Clerk Hans Odde, 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 changes:
DELETE:Regular Business 1. Emergency Management Monthly Report
ADD:Regular Business1. Consider 30-Day Extension Request Draft to BLM
Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Approval of Minutes
Mike Baker made a motion to approve the minutes of May 3 and 17, 2011 as presented. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Discussion: Commissioner Basse asked that the minutes of May 17, 2011 be amended to reflect the following corrections: Under Other Business — Approval of Bid Specs for Courthouse Cabling Project, it was stated that Commissioner Basse had seconded the motion to approve the Bid Specifications. Actually, Commissioner Basse had recused himself from voting on this item as he had been involved with preparing the bid specification documents. Therefore, Chairman Lumley had seconded the motion. Mike Baker moved to amend the minutes of May 17, 2011 to reflect this correction. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried. Hearing no further discussion, Chairman Lumley called for a vote on the original question. Motion carried.
The following bills were submitted for approval: (see attached). Payroll for May, 2011 - $157,110.68
Consider 30-Day Extension Request Draft Letter to the BLM
The four Bighorn Basin Counties of Hot Springs, Washakie, Park and Bighorn have agreed to submit a letter to the BLM requesting a thirty-day extension of the public comment period for the Draft Bighorn Basin Resource Management Plan from 90 to 120 days. The letter will be considered for approval at all four Commission meetings today. Upon approval, one letter with four signature pages will be submitted to Caleb Hiner at the BLM's Worland office immediately. Brad Basse moved to approve the letter as drafted requesting a 30-day extension of the public comment period for the Draft Bighorn Basin Resource Management Plan from 90 to 120 days. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Maintenance Monthly Report
Maintenance Supervisor Chuck Carver reported that during the power outage last month the Law Enforcement Generator came on and worked flawlessly. The diesel generator seems to work better than natural gas generators in terms of response time and potential supply interruptions. However, it appears that the main HVAC controller in the Annex building was affected as the manual control display is no longer functional. At an estimated cost of $2000-$3000 to fix, Mr. Carver felt that repairs could wait until the new budget year as the unit is fully functional, it's just the display that is out. The cooling tower is still having some issues during hot weather, but for the most part is running fine. The deer are doing major damage to the landscaping around the county buildings, so Mr. Carver is looking at ways to mitigate the damage. Chairman Lumley addressed the issue that arose last week with getting the pavement markings applied in front of the Annex Building. Mr. Carver expressed his frustration with receiving non-emergency calls when he is on vacation and needing more help. The Commissioners asked Mr. Carver to meet with them to try to work out some of these issues as soon as possible. Chairman Lumley will contact Mr. Carver to set up a time for next week.
Road and Bridge Monthly Report
Road & Bridge Superintendent Ray Shaffer reported the Wagonhound Pit enlargement permit is in process and should be issued by early this fall. Approximately 2000 yards of gravel has been stockpiled at the Brown pit for use this summer. The crushing project in the Ready pit is currently in progress with a target finish date of early next week, weather permitting. Reclamation of the County pit is coming along well. Mr. Shaffer asked for permission to allow Jerry Buller to mow and put up the hay from the area around the county pit again this year. This mitigates the fire hazard posed by the area becoming overgrown as the summer progresses. After discussion, Mr. Shaffer was authorized to allow Mr. Buller to mow the area again this year. A letter of interest was received from Michael and Barbara Hubele regarding the pit off Webb Road. Mr. Shaffer asked that a letter be sent to the Hubele's stating that the land where the pit is located is not for sale and gravel mining will occur there in the near future. There have been a few problems with high water in the county so Mr. Shaffer has been working with Bill Gordon to stock sand and sandbags at various locations around the county in case they are needed. Repairs are in progress on Kirby Creek and VJ Draw. West Kirby Road has washed out again — Mr. Shaffer is looking at various alternatives to make permanent repairs to that area. Regarding the county fuel system replacement discussed at a previous meeting, Mr. Shaffer reported that he has contacted the Weed & Pest Board, Fair Board and Cemetery District Board and they are all interested in participating in the new system when the upgrade is complete. An agreement has been entered into with Ray DeVries for 30,000 tons of half-inch chips to be provided by July 15 for use on chipping projects this summer. The Grass Creek Road project excavating has been done. The road still needs to be finished and the cattle guard installed. There were several problems with the rental backhoes, resulting in no charge for the first one and a 20% credit being offered the next time one is rented by the county. Sign Management Program — Mr. Shaffer has developed a sign management program which he would like to have reviewed by the Commissioners and the County Attorney and then read into the public record at the next Commissioners meeting. Mr. Shaffer will provide copies to the Commissioners and the County Attorney for review. Spraying of cattle guards, stockpiles, and guard rails with sterilant has been completed. Roads are being bladed as the weather permits. Lane 3 — Mr. Shaffer indicated that he would like to get moving on the rural portion of the Lane 3 project sooner than later in order to take advantage of the current moisture situation and avoid the necessity of using water trucks during the construction.
Youth Alternatives Monthly Report
Director Alan Rossler was unable to attend the meeting — his report was tabled to the next meeting.
Wyoming Malt Beverage Tax Discussion
Jane Norskog with Common Ground presented the Commissioners with information pertaining to substance abuse prevention efforts in Hot Springs County, including TIPS training and the TIPS TEXT program among others. The five-year grant funding these efforts expires this year and new funding sources are being explored, including increasing the per gallon tax on beer, which is currently the lowest in the nation — not having been raised since its original imposition in the 1940's. Ms. Norskog indicated that any assistance the Commissioners could give her group in support of her quest for funding would be appreciated.
County Assessor Shelley Deromedi presented the following tax rebate for the Commissioners' approval:
Rebate #12-11— DOR NOVC 2011-0406 — Merit Energy Company — 2008 Parcel #3379 — Oil Production during 2007 at Hamilton Dome, Group #06099. Merit filed amended return to increase gross production volume by 72,558 bbls, increase gross sales volume by 48 bbls, to include transportation deduction and to decrease reported unit price by one cent per bbl, resulting in overassessment of $264,290. Taxes in the amount of $18,817.45 need to be rebated. Mike Baker moved to approve Rebate #12-11 to Merit Energy Company in the amount of $18,817.45. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Ethics Committee member Shelley Deromedi presented a DRAFT Ethics Policy statement as follows for the Commissioners' consideration.
Hot Springs County will conduct its business fairly, impartially, in an ethical and proper manner, in accordance with the county's values and Personnel Handbook, and in full compliance with all laws and regulations. In the course of conducting Hot Springs County business, integrity must underline all county relationships, including those with customers, suppliers, the community and amongst employees. The highest standards of ethical business conduct and compliance are required of Hot Springs County employees in performance of their responsibilities. Employees must not engage in conduct or activity that may raise questions as to Hot Springs County's honesty, impartiality, or reputation or otherwise cause embarrassment to the county. Conduct that is prohibited under Hot Springs County's Personnel Handbook or does not comply with laws and regulations may not be accomplished on an employee's behalf by anyone outside the county.
The policy has been drafted with the help of Bill Miller with the LGLP and is suggested for inclusion in the County's Personnel Handbook immediately before Section 24. At the Commissioners' request, this draft policy will be submitted to the County Attorney for review and revisited at the July 7, 2011 Commissioners meeting.
Public Health — Maternal & Family Health Grant
The County Attorney has reviewed the Contract for the Maternal & Family Health Grant as presented by Public Health Nurse Bree Gerber at the May 17th Commissioners meeting and has no recommended changes. Mike Baker moved to authorize the Chairman's signature on the Contract between the Wyoming Dept. of Health, Maternal & Family Health Section and Hot Springs County Public Health providing funding in an amount not to exceed $26,999.00 for Maternal & Child health services during the period July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Public Health — HPPA Policy Amendment
The County Attorney has reviewed the Contract for the Maternal & Family Health Grant as presented by Public Health Nurse Bree Gerber at the May 17th Commissioners meeting and has no recommended changes. Mike Baker moved to approve the HIPPA Agreement between the Wyoming Dept. of Health, Maternal & Family Health Section and Hot Springs County Public Health establishing guidelines for sharing HIPPA and HITECH information between the two agencies. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Conservation District Annual Project Report
Conservation District representatives Carla Thomas and Terry and Jim Wilson presented the Commissioners with a Power Point presentation reviewing the various projects and accomplishments carried out by the Conservation District over the past year. The Commissioners thanked the Conservation District representatives for their time and efforts on behalf of the citizens of the County.
Consider Signature Approval for Draft Grant Offer — GDA representative Dusty Spomer asked that the Chairman be authorized at this time to sign an FAA grant offer up to $4.0MM so that the offer could be signed and returned immediately after receipt and review by the County Attorney's office. Mike Baker moved to authorize the Chairman's signature on the Grant Offer for an amount not to exceed $4.0MM upon receipt and review by the County Attorney. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Consider Approval of High Plans Power Recommendation — Mr. Spomer reviewed the recommendation from GDA that the Commissioners approve the invoice from High Plains Power for a deposit on their fee estimate for engineering and construction costs for bringing primary power to the site of the new airport. The amount of this estimate is approximately $175,000. Brad Basse moved to accept GDA's recommendation and the request by High Plains Power to submit a deposit of 10% of the estimated project cost in the amount of $17,500.00 for the electrical design and construction for the new airport. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Airport Relocation Project FAA Request for Reimbursement #8 — Clerk Odde presented FAA Request for Reimbursement #8 for the Commissioners' approval. Brad Basse moved to approve FAA Project 3-56- 0032-03 RFR #8 in the amount of $55,375.00. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Airport Relocation Project WYDOT - Aeronautics Division Request for Reimbursement #8 — Clerk Odde presented WYDOT-Aeronautics Division Request for Reimbursement #8 for the Commissioners' approval. Mike Baker moved to approve WYDOT-Aeronautics Division Project THP-11A-2757 RFR #8 in the amount of $1,749.00. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Amended Agency Agreement — Clerk Odde presented an Amended Agency Agreement covering Land Acquisition, Design, Bidding & Construction of a New Airport, Phase 1 between Hot Springs County and FAA/WYDOT. An error was discovered in the Federal Aid Project Number assigned to the project. This amendment simply corrects that error, changing the project number from 3-56-0032-04 to 3-56-0043-02. Mike Baker moved to approve the amended Agency Agreement with the corrected project number. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Airport Update — Mr. Spomer reviewed the 50% Design Plan Review Workshop held on May 25 with the Commissioners, the FAA, WYDOT and Counsel. Regarding land acquisition, work continues with the landowner to finalize permission to continue with the geo-tech work and perform some additional survey work. A separate geologist has been hire to review the soil properties and underlying groundwater issues in the area.
Gravel Crushing Project Crushing Discussion
Ray DeVries had asked to be put on the agenda, but was unable to attend the meeting due to an unexpected issue which had arisen today with his business. Commissioner Basse reported that Mr. DeVries had indicated to him that he had not bid the gravel crushing project out of the Ready pit due to time constraints in the bid documents and asked what penalties would be applied to the winning bidder if the winning bidder did not meet the time line specified in the bid award contract. Road & Bridge Supervisor Ray Shaffer has reviewed the contract and reports that there are no specified damages for failure to meet the completion date in the contract. Mr. Shaffer also noted that the contract contains an “Act of God” clause allowing the contractor additional time to complete the project in case circumstances beyond his control prevent meeting the specified completion date. As the County was unable to provide the contractor with the agreed upon access to the site for a period of time due to inclement weather conditions, Mr. Shaffer felt that the contractor could reasonably be allowed some leeway regarding the completion date of June 8, 2011. Mr. Shaffer also reminded the Commissioners that inserting liquidated damages and/or penalty clauses in a bid contract moves the contract to a new level of state and federal requirements, substantially increasing the cost of the project and the length of time involved from initial bidding to completion of the project. Chairman Lumley stated for the record that he has no involvement with any gravel projects due to his employment with a separate trucking company owned by Mr. DeVries No further action was taken at this time.
Lane 3 Progress Update
Engineering Associates representative Ian Sporkin-Morrison reported that the WYDOT rural and urban plan reviews are nearly finished and should be done and back to District Engineer Shelby Carlson by the end of the week. Ms. Carlson will then forward the approved plans to the engineers, hopefully by June 15th . The utility license for the storm drain has been approved. EA is still trying to get the easements finished up. The main hold-up at this point is Pamida, but also waiting on Car-Jim and Steve Haines. Commissioner Basse asked Mr. Morrison for clarification on the current timeline of the project. Mr. Morrison indicated that once the plans have been approved by WYDOT, construction on the rural section could begin immediately while the bids were being let for the urban section of the project. Road & Bridge foreman Ray Shaffer stated that his department is ready to go as soon as possible on construction of the rural section. Extensive discussion followed regarding slope and grading of the intersection. Mr. Shaffer had earlier brought up the question of whether there would be one or two cattle guards on the quarry property. Mr. Morrison stated that he had only intended for there to be one between the quarry property and Lane 7. There is not anticipated to be a cattle guard between the Quarry property and the Ryan Brothers property.
Flying Dutchman Sales Tax Delinquency Release — Clerk Odde presented a letter confirming that the sales tax delinquency certification for the Flying Dutchman has been released.
HSC Courthouse Long Range Planning Committee Report — Committee member Hans Odde presented the HSC Courthouse Long Range Planning Committee Report for the Commissioners' consideration. The primary focus of the report concerned emergency egress from the courthouse. The
committee would like to see money budgeted for emergency egress windows and doors and fire escape ladders from floors 2, 3, and 4 of the Courthouse, as well as the professional engineering and architectural designs required to do these projects properly. Estimated budget figures for the projects were included in the report. Other items reviewed by the committee included employee safety trainings, relocation of various offices within the courthouse and storage issues. The Commissioners took the report under advisement. Commissioner Basse suggested that the initial focus be on items such as reassignment of offices that could be completed quickly and for little to no cost while the budget for the other items is being developed.
Lane 3 IRP Grant Draft Request #11 — Clerk Odde presented IRP Grant Draft Request #11 for the Lane 3 project. Mike Baker moved to approve Grant Draft Request #11 for Lane 3, Phase 1 & 2, Project #IRP- CN15020 project in the amount of $5,719.11. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried. Clerk Odde noted that, due to a lack of funds currently available in the IRP grant, an invoice submitted for reimbursement on the SLIB grant was not submitted on this IRP GDR. A grant budget modification request will be submitted to WYDOT and the invoice will be claimed on July's IRP Grant Draft Request.
Lane 3 SLIB Grant Draft Request #9 — Clerk Odde presented SLIB Grant Draft Request #9 for the Lane 3 project. Brad Basse moved to approve Draft Request #9 for SLIB Grant #MRG-11008HS in the amount of $13,846.52. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
HSCMH Pharmacy Isolator Hood Grant Draft Request #2 — Clerk Odde presented SLIB Grant Draft Request #2 for the Hospital Pharmacy Isolator Hood project in the amount of $9,787.50. This is the final GDR for this project. Mike Baker moved to approve GDR #2 to the State Loan and Investment Board for the Pharmacy Isolator Hood in the amount of $9,787.50. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
HSCMH Elevator Replacement Grant Draft Request #1 — Clerk Odde presented SLIB Grant Draft Request #1 for the Hospital Elevator Replacement project in the amount of $81,889.80. Commissioner Basse recused himself from discussion and voting due to his company's involvement with the project. Mike Baker moved to approve Grant Draft Request #1 to the State Loan and Investment Board for the Elevator Replacement project in the amount of $81,889.80. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
DEQ Airport Above-Ground Storage Tank Report — The WYDEQ has issued a report to their follow-up inspection of the above-ground fuel storage tank facility at the airport conducted on February 16, 2011. Violations found in this inspection include lack of line leak detection equipment on the pressurized underground piping, no interstitial tank monitor, no tank top access and no minimum site assessment as required by WWQRR-Chapter 17-Section 29. These violations must be corrected prior to re-inspection in July, 2011 or a Red Tag Order will be issued. Commissioner Basse reported that Crowley Air Service has installed the interstitial sensor and is working on the other items to get them completed in a timely manner. Chairman Lumley agreed to take a copy of the report to Crowley Air Service at the conclusion of today's meeting.
Outlaw Trail Ride Malt Beverage Permit Application — Clerk Odde presented the application from the Outlaw Trail Ride group for an eight-day malt beverage/catering permit for July 30 — August 6, 2011. Clerk Odde noted that the application was in order and all fees had been paid. Brad Basse moved to approve the Outlaw Trail Ride's Malt Beverage Permit application. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
FY 2011 Grass Creek Road Maintenance Agreement Amendment — Clerk Odde presented the annual Modification of the Grass Creek Road Maintenance Agreement between Hot Springs County and the US Forest Service for the Commissioners' approval. Accompanying the amendment were the 2011 Financial Plan without Program Income, the 2011 Joint Road Maintenance Plan, and the 2011 Annual Plan of Project Work & Maintenance for Grass Creek Road, outlining the County's proposed repair projects and maintenance on Grass Creek Road. Mike Baker moved to approve the FY 2011 Amendment to Agreement #10-RO-11021400-006 between Hot Springs County and the US Forest Service-Shoshone National Forest providing reimbursement to the county for road maintenance/projects on Grass Creek Road up to the amount of $8,000.00 for the time period 4/1/2011-12/31/2011. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Thermopolis-Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce — Clerk Odde presented letters from the Chamber of Commerce requesting contributions and sponsorships for the July 4th Fireworks Display and the Demolition Derby. Historically, a lump sum has been budgeted for Events Funding to the Chamber during the budget process. The Commissioners agreed to discuss these requests during the budget process. No action was taken at this time.
Deputy Fire Warden Appointment Notification — Commissioners received a letter from County Fire Warden Jay Duvall announcing the appointment of Cliff Huckfeldt as the Deputy Fire Warden.
Congressional Delegation Wildlands Letter — Letters have been drafted to Wyoming's Congressional Delegation thanking them for their assistance in matters relating to Secretarial Order 3310. Brad Basse moved approval of the letters to the Honorable Mike Enzi, the Honorable John Barrasso, and the Honorable Cynthia Lummis in regards to their actions on Secretarial Order 3310 to be signed by all three Commissioners. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
UW-CES 2010 Impact StatementsThe Commissioners reviewed the foregoing items. No further action was required or taken at this time.
Brad Basse moved to enter Executive Session for reasons of personnel discussion at 3:40 p.m. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried. Present for the Executive Session were John P. Lumley, Brad Basse, Mike Baker, Hans Odde, and Penny Herdt. Brad Basse moved to exit Executive Session at 3:56 p.m. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried. No action was taken during or as a result of the Executive Session.
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 4:00 p.m.
|John P. Lumley, Chairman||Hans Odde, Clerk to the Board|
BILLS – MAY, 2011
WORLAND CLEANERS & SUPPLY 62.00 / NORTHERN WYOMING DAILY NEWS 412.44 HOT SPRINGS VETERINARY CLINIC 449.00 / WYOMING LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY 185.00 HOT SPRINGS COUNTY WEED & PEST 1,050.00 / RANEE L. GONSALEZ 104.00 BRUCO, INC. 271.80 / TEE'S PLUS 594.32 / ST.VINCENT HEALTHCARE 355.26 IDEAL AUTO ELECTRIC 130.00 / AFLAC (ACCOUNT #HW652) 817.33 STATE OF WYOMING - A&I 60.82 / H.O.P.E. AGENCY 9,000.00 ATLAS OFFICE PRODUCTS, INC. 550.80 / ATLANTIC SAFETY PRODUCTS 29.85 BRESNAN COMMUNICATIONS 110.40 / BARTON STAM 498.59 BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 1,780.81 / BIG HORN WATER 111.00 BIG HORN CO-OP MARKETING ASSN 52.50 / BLAIR'S SUPER MARKET 460.47 BLIMPIES 24.49 / BREE GERBER 761.79 / BROKERS NATIONAL LIFE 463.20 CARLA THOMAS 87.00 / CENTRAL RESTAURANT PRODUCTS 279.40 RED ROCK FAMILY PRACTICE 176.00 / THERMOPOLIS HARDWARE 375.75
COLONIAL SUPPLEMENTAL INS. 148.60 / COMMUNITY HOME HEALTH SERVICES 1,250.00 VERIZON WIRELESS 53.34 / VERIZON WIRELESS 39.31 / VERIZON WIRELESS 56.71 VERIZON WIRELESS 281.67 / VERIZON WIRELESS 48.33 COVENANT INSURANCE GROUP,INC. 5,500.00 / CREATIVE PRODUCT SOURCING, INC. 729.03 CROWLEY AIR SERVICE, LLC 7,228.11 / DEBRA A. GERHARTER 65.98 / DON'S IGA 323.48 ECONO SIGNS LLC 1,204.98 / ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES 11,438.22 ELECTION SYSTEMS & SOFTWARE 4,315.00 / FIERO FLUID POWER INC 108.95 SHELL FLEET PLUS PROCESSING CENTER 104.47 / FLEETPRIDE 28.90 PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 36,893.78 / FOOD SERVICES OF AMERICA 2,482.90 FRANDSON SAFETY INC. 11.00 / GDA ENGINEERS 40,789.37 GOTTSCHE THERAPY REHAB WELLNESS 260.00 / MOUNTAIN WEST BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 31.68 MOUNTAIN WEST BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 29.99 / HEIDI DILL 132.60 HIGH PLAINS POWER 17,500.00 / HOLLAND & HART LLP 10,000.00 HONNEN EQUIPMENT CO. 3,861.84 / HOT SPRINGS COUNTY TREASURER 1,620.23 HOT SPRINGS COUNTY HEALTH INS ACCT 40,708.72 HOT SPRINGS CO. SCHOOL DIST #1 5,996.39 / INDEPENDENT RECORD 1,737.05 INDOFF INC. 830.59 / INTEGRA INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES 93.16 / JAMES COMER 62.64 JADECO, INC. 201.56 / JENNIFER CHENEY 218.90 / JERRY D. WILLIAMS 371.53 JILL JACOBSON 975.00 / JOHN LUMLEY 412.08 CIRCUIT COURT OF HOT SPRINGS COUNTY 648.67 / KAREN SLOCUM 145.80 McCLINTOCK--KWIK MART 90.66 / LEXIS NEXIS 92.00 LOCAL GOVERNMENT LIAB. POOL 5,000.00 / LYCOX ENTERPRISES, INC. 915.00 MARY A. GORDON 436.18 / MARY L. SCHEIBLE 700.00 / MBA OF WYOMING 28,593.18 MEADOW GOLD DAIRY 364.68 / HOT SPRINGS CO. MEM. HOSPITAL 91,677.30 MESSENGER & JUROVICH, P.C. 340.45 / MICKEYJEAN FORD 243.73 NATIONAL BUSINESS SYSTEMS,INC. 660.63 / NIELSEN OIL CO., INC. 1,462.96 ONE STOP REPAIR & 39.05 / O'REILLY AUTO PARTS 8.58 THE OFFICE SHOP, INC 7,240.64 / ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 3,620.64 / PAMIDA 486.57 PARK COUNTY 25,000.00 / PAUL J. FARNES 99.95 PENNINGTON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE 46.93 / PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 276.71 PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 110.60 / PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 22.50 PIZZA HUT 172.07 / PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 170.00 PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 1,955.00 / POSTMASTER 294.50 / QWEST 650.62 RAYMOND E. SHAFFER 119.45 / REESE V. OWSLEY 415.34 GORRELL & HOPKINSON, P.C. 804.96 / RIVERTON TIRE & OIL CO., INC. 139.80 RT COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 2,328.77 / SANDRA L BAKER 40.00 / SANDRA FROST 76.78 SCHABEN INDUSTRIES 77.37 / SERLKAY PRINTING 681.70 SHOSHONE OFFICE SUPPLY 1,054.01 / SMILEMAKERS 59.94 HOT SPRINGS CO SENIOR CITIZENS INC 41,542.66 / THE STANDARD INS. CO. 1,293.04 STEHLIN PLUMBING & CONTRACTING 135.00 / STEVE'S PLUMBING & HEATING 9,480.00 TEEPEE POOLS 318.00 / TERRACON CONSULTANTS INC 3,490.00 / THE RITZ THEATER 33.79 THERMOPOLIS GUN CLUB 300.00 / THOMAS L. BENNETT, M.D. 3,440.00 TOWN OF THERMOPOLIS 3,383.69 / TRAVELING COMPUTERS, INC. 5,600.00 TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT 3,411.80 / TRI COUNTY TELEPHONE ASSOC,INC 334.29 NORCO, INC. 2,460.39 / VERIZON WIRELESS 34.27 / VERIZON WIRELESS 34.52 VICKLUND PHARMACY 149.21 / VISA - CARD THREE 927.87 / VISA - CARD FOUR 642.95 VISA - CARD FIVE 314.16 / VISA - CARD SIX 348.62 / VISA (CARD EIGHT) 77.00 VISA 566.09 / VISA 247.37 / VISA 332.88 WYOMING COUNTY ASSESSOR'S ASSOC. 220.00 WYOMING CO COMMISSIONERS ASSOC 5,814.00 / WCS TELECOM 307.97 WEST PAYMENT CENTER 104.00 / WILLIAM F. GORDON 10.70 WINTER EQUIPMENT CO. INC. 738.75 / EMPLOYMENT TAX DIVISION 1,887.27 WYOMING COUNTY CLERK'S ASSOCIATION 100.00 / WYOMING.COM 20.00 WYOMING DIVISION OF 183.00 / ORCHARD TRUST COMPANY 5,656.58 WYOMING GAS 1,580.71 / WYONET INC. 113.95 / WYO RETIREMENT SYSTEM 21,068.88 036-NCPERS GROUP LIFE INS. 256.00 / WYOMING TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER CENTER 80.00