MINUTES OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING
|STATE OF WYOMING||)||OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF|
|COUNTY OF HOT SPRINGS||)||THERMOPOLIS WYOMING|
|August 7, 2012|
|The Hot Springs County Board of Commissioners met in regular session on Tuesday, August 7, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. in the Commissioners Room at the Government Annex.|
Present were Commissioners Brad Basse, John Lumley and Mike Baker. Also present were County Clerk Hans Odde, County Attorney Jerry 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 changes:
ADD:Road & Bridge3.c. Utility License Agreement – Merit EnergyMike Baker seconded the motion. Discussion: The Emergency Management monthly report was moved from 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the request of Bill Gordon. Motion carried.
Other Business8. Consider Draft Letter to BLM regarding Hydraulic Fracturing
Wyo Conservation Corps11. Boysen State Park Project Review
Approval of MinutesJohn Lumley made a motion to approve the minutes of the regular meetings on July 3, 2012 and July 17, 2012 and the special meetings on June 29, 2012 and July 16, 2012 as presented. Mike Baker seconded. Motion carried.
Approve BillsThe following bills were submitted for approval: (see attached). Payroll for July, 2012 - $159,879.40.
Maintenance Monthly ReportMaintenance Foreman Chuck Carver reported that the Investment Grade Audit for the WYECIP energy project is underway. He expects the final report by the September 4th Commissioner meeting. The Judge's phone has been installed in Circuit Court and will be functional as soon as Century Link completes the programming. The air conditioning unit at the Ag Extension office has been repaired and is back in service. The malfunctioning door at the library has been working well since the battery backup was disconnected. The automatic door sensors will be replaced as soon as possible to bring them up to code. Mr. Carver reported that the issues with the sally port door in the Law Enforcement Center seem to be a result of too many items being stored in the sally port area, interfering with the thermostat and the door switch. He has asked law enforcement personnel to keep the area clear of furniture and other obstructions in the future.
Road and Bridge Monthly ReportRoad & Bridge Supervisor Ray Shaffer was out in the field working on the chipping project, so his report was provided by Administrative Assistant Herdt.
Pit Report – The annual DEQ Inspection report was received last week. There were no violations noted, and there were several commendations from Mr. Smith on the condition of several of the pits. The Wagonhound pit expansion is finally complete and the final permit has been received.
Approaches – Installation of the culvert and approach for Mr. and Mrs. Betts on Coyote Run is complete. Charles and Marlene Robbins have applied for an approach to their property at 198 Lane 7. Mr. Shaffer has reviewed the approach and noted it will require two 15" X 30' culverts due to the lay of the land and clearances. The Robbins' have agreed to this installation, and have submitted the required fee. John Lumley moved to approve the approach agreement with Mr. and Mrs. Robbins for 198 Lane 7, with the installation of the two culverts as specified by Mr. Shaffer. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried. Chris and Jennifer Paris have applied for an approach to their property on County Road 2 (Owl Creek Hill Road), approximately 0.08 miles from the start of the County Road. Mr. Shaffer has reviewed this approach and has no problems with it. The Paris' have paid the required fee. Mike Baker moved
approval of the approach agreement with Mr. and Mrs. Paris for their property located on County Road 2. John Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Utility License Agreement – Merit Energy has submitted a Utility License Agreement application for work on County Road 15 (Hamilton Dome Road). There will be three bores with sleeves installed under the road at a depth of 40 inches, per the map attached to the application. Mr. Shaffer has reviewed the application and informed Merit Energy of the County's requirements for road bores. A check for the boring fees has been included with the application. John Lumley moved to approve the Utility License Agreement with Merit Energy for work on County Road 15 as presented. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Equipment – The converter and transmission went out on the rubber tired roller. Repairs to the 1952 model would have run approximately $4,000.00, on a machine with a net worth of approximately $1,000.00. Therefore, Mr. Shaffer has purchased a 1994 Cat rubber tired roller from WYDOT Surplus Equipment for $6,000.00 plus handling and paperwork fees of 9.5%. The new roller is currently being used on the chipping project on Owl Creek and is working very well. Funds for the roller will come out of the Road & Bridge budget.
Road Work – Work continues on blading some of the worst wash-boarded roads. The remaining cold mix has been expended via grader patches and a thin overlay on a quarter mile of Missouri Flat Road. An additional mile of road was treated with tack oil and a “scratch and patch" repair that has resulted in a smoother road sealed to the elements. All oil roads have been mowed once, with another mowing scheduled as school begins. Spraying continues for goatheads. Mr. Shaffer toured several roads in Fremont County with engineer Dave Pendleton to explore the efficiency of various types of road materials used in conjunction with Mag Chloride to provide road stabilization and dust control. He came back with several new ideas for road surface treatments to be used in Hot Springs County.
Youth Alternatives Monthly ReportDirector Alan Rossler discussed the Grant Application documents received from VOA Director Craig Fisgus this week. The application is due September 17th with award notification scheduled by October 8th. Mr. Rossler reported that in visiting with Chuck Kratz from Fremont County, it appears that the Fremont County youth detention center is no longer available, as it is being used primarily for adult detention at this time. Therefore, any Hot Springs County juveniles requiring detention will have to be housed in Casper for the foreseeable future. Locally, numbers are still up. There are 18 participants in the diversion program and two on supervised probation at this time. There were no 48-hour holds in July.
Planner Monthly ReportPlanner Bo Bowman reported that the NRPC has produced a draft of the updated State and Federal Lands plan for review if the Commissioners would like to look at it. Electronic copies will be sent to the Commissioners, as well as minutes of the monthly meetings. Mr. Bowman is working on the DEQ Triennial air quality report for the DEQ's submission to the EPA. The Planning Board meets next week to discuss the land use change application submitted by Owl Creek Water District for installation of a new pump station. Everett Jones has submitted a letter asking the County to vacate a section of County road 19. After extensive discussion regarding the process for vacation of the County's right-of-way, the Commissioners agreed more research into the matter was necessary before any action could be taken and asked Mr. Bowman to coordinate with the County Clerk and the County Attorney to determine how to move forward with Mr. Jones' request and to keep Mr. Jones in the communication loop. Mr. Bowman agreed to do so. The agreement between Wyo-Ben and the BLM for the Meeteetse Draw project has been drafted and will be presented for signature at the next Commissioner meeting on August 21st. Septic system season continues – fifteen packets have been handed out, half of those have come back and been approved and five are completed on the ground and have been inspected.
Consider County-Wide Mill LeviesAssessor Shelley Deromedi presented the 2012 Report of Valuation, Levies & Taxes for the Commissioners' consideration. One change of note from last year was that the Cemetery District mill levy went down from 2.377 to 0.929. Three special districts – Red Lane Water & Sewer, Owl Creek Rural Water and Cottonwood Grass Creek Watershed Improvement – did not ask for any mill levy or special assessment this year. Total assessed valuation for 2012 is $248,274,680 and total mills levied were 63.179 for a total assessment of $15,850,821. John Lumley moved to approve all 2012 Hot Springs County Mill Levies and Special Assessments as presented by the County Assessor. Mike Baker
seconded the motion. Motion carried. The full mill levy listing document is available in the Clerk's Office for public viewing.
Consider TY Pickett ContractCounty Assessor Shelley Deromedi presented the annual contract with Thomas Y. Pickett & Company for the Commissioners' approval. This company assists the Assessor's office with tax valuations of industrial properties within the county. The County Attorney has reviewed and approved the content of the contract. Mike Baker moved to approve the contract between Thomas Y. Pickett & Company and Hot Springs County for industrial appraisal assistance for fiscal year 2012-2013 in the amount of $3,300.00. John Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Lane 3 UpdateEngineering Associates representative Anthony Barnett reported that the power pole has been reset. RT Communications is in the process of lowering the fiber optic lines. The contractor is installing water line at this time. John Zupan has requested that the water service for the county's lot be moved to his west property line. Mr. Barnett asked if the Commissioners wanted to approve this change. After some discussion, the Commissioners agreed that they wanted water service to the lot and declined to approve this change from the project plan design. There was a discussion regarding the quality of work and the degree of safety consciousness on the part of the contractor. Commissioner Baker felt strongly that there should be regular, on-going, on-site supervision of the contractor to ensure quality and workplace safety standards are being met.
BHB Nature & Discovery Center Special Purpose Tax ProposalToddi Darlington and Lorraine Quarberg appeared before the Commissioners to request a resolution placing a one-cent specific purpose tax on the general election ballot in November. The tax would be dedicated to the Big Horn Basin Nature & Discovery Center for design and construction. This request was originally presented at the July 3rd Commissioner meeting. Ms. Darlington presented the Commissioners with a revised Resolution for this proposal. The revised document lowers the tax to one cent from the originally proposed two cents and makes imposition of the tax contingent on receiving funding from the State of Wyoming. The tax would no longer be in effect once the proposed $4 million had been raised. Based on sales tax collection records, the BHBNDC Joint Powers Board estimates this would raise approximately $1,200,000.00 per year. State Representative Lorraine Quarberg spoke in strong support of the resolution placing the tax proposal on the ballot. After further discussion, John Lumley moved to approve the resolution placing a one-cent special purpose tax on the ballot in November. Motion died for lack of a second. Ms. Darlington thanked the Commissioners for the opportunity to present the information. There will be a Charette meeting on October 10th & 11th regarding the development of the Nature & Discovery Center, and the Commissioners will be invited.
Citizen Request for PatrolLocal citizen Maxine Eskridge appeared before the Commissioners to request some type of action to reduce the amount of destructive, illegal activity occurring at night on County Road 2. There seems to be a lot of alcohol-related trash and other littering taking place, as well as problems with off-road vehicles tearing up the surrounding land. Ms. Eskridge has approached the Sheriff's department to seek more patrol in the area and was referred to the Commissioners for assistance. Chairman Basse will talk with Sheriff Falgoust about increasing the frequency of patrols on County Road 2 and with Road & Bridge about other possible solutions to the problem.
Emergency Management Monthly ReportEmergency Management Coordinator Bill Gordon asked for authorization to set up an account with Cisco for immediate access to open Cisco Technical Support ticket as needed. Julie Gillett with Century Link has provided the necessary equipment contract numbers to set up this account. Mr. Gordon was authorized to pursue this further and will report back to the Commissioners on his progress. Mr. Gordon presented a proposal from the county's E-911 vendor to upgrade the E-911 system to the most current version and to connect the current E-911 system into the county's new Cisco phone system. Total cost is approximately $30,000. Two quotes were included – one with Amcom supplying the software and the other with the customer supplying the software. Connecting to the new phone system would eliminate the old phone system currently being used for the E-911 lines in Dispatch. The only line left
would be the intercom line between Law Enforcement Dispatch and the Fire Department Dispatch. Mr. Gordon will research the future of the intercom lines and get a firmer handle on the costs of the upgrades and will return with the information at a future Commissioner meeting.
Other BusinessLane 3 Improvement Project IRP Grant Draft Request #22 – Clerk Odde presented the IRP Grant Draft Request #22 for the Lane 3 project. Mike Baker moved to approve Grant Draft Request #22 to WYDOT for the Lane 3, Phase 1 & 2, IRP #CN15020 in the amount of $3,108.48. John Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Lane 3 Improvement Project SLIB Grant Draft Request #22 – Clerk Odde presented SLIB Grant Draft Request #22 for the Lane 3 project. John Lumley moved to approve Grant Draft Request #22 for SLIB Grant #MRG-11008HS in the amount of $2,960.31. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried. Owl Creek Water Project CDBG Grant Draft Request # 9 – Clerk Odde presented Grant Draft Request #9 for the Owl Creek Water project. Mike Baker moved to approve the Wyoming Business Council Investment Ready Communities Grant Draft Request #9 for the Owl Creek Water District project in the amount of $2,609.00. John Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
District Court Reporter Chair Request – District Court Reporter Ranee Gonsalez has requested a new courtroom chair. Two quotes were presented from Indoff Biz & Promo Products and Sunshine Office Products. After discussion, Mike Baker moved to approve the purchase of a chair for the District Court Reporter from the low bidder, Indoff Biz & Promo Products, for the amount of $394.74, with funds to come out of Emergency Expenditures. John Lumley seconded the motion. Discussion: Chuck Carver will be asked to pick up and assemble the chair when it arrives. Motion carried.
Secure Rural School Payment Election – Clerk Odde presented the Secure Rural Schools Election form for the Commissioners' approval. Secure Rural Schools funding is federal money distributed to counties based on the amount of federal forest land located in the county. The total amount of SRS distribution available to Hot Springs County this year is $33,482.00. Mike Baker moved to approve the election to allocate 100% of the Secure Rural Schools funding payment to Title I projects. John Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Consensus Block Grant Meeting – After discussion the meeting was tentatively scheduled for 3:30 p.m. on Friday, August 10, 2012 in the Annex Meeting Room. Clerk Odde will contact the other concerned parties to confirm this date and time.
Governor's Drop-In Meeting – The Governor will be here for a meeting with local community leaders and government officials at 1:30 p.m. on Friday afternoon. He will be accompanied by the top five elected leaders from the 2012 Boys State conference and Steve Farrell, Policy Advisor.
Consider Draft Letter to BLM regarding Hydraulic Fracturing – Commissioner Lumley presented a draft letter to federal and state BLM officials regarding their proposed rule development for review and revision. After review and discussion, John Lumley moved to approve the letter to the BLM regarding rule- making for the hydraulic fracturing process. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Discussion: Chairman Basse thanked Commissioner Lumley for taking the initiative in this matter. Motion carried.
Airport UpdateFAA Request for Reimbursement #8 – AIP #02 – Clerk Odde presented FAA Request for Reimbursement #8 for the Commissioners' approval. John Lumley moved to approve FAA Project 3-56-0043-02 RFR #8 in the amount of $28,770.00. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
WYDOT - Aeronautics Division Request for Reimbursement #8 – AIP #02 – 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-2807/FAA #3-56-0043-02 RFR #8 in the amount of $909.00. John Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Supplemental Environmental Assessment Update – Jeremy Gilb reported that the SEA is complete and the Finding of No Significant Impact has been received from the FAA.
Final Master Design Documents – Mr. Gilb presented two sets of Final Construction Plans and Final Engineer's Design Report for the Commissioners' records. The Final Project Manual will be mailed to the county shortly.
Phase 1 – Demolition, Fence & Roads Project – Design work for this project is about 70% complete. Mr. Gilb presented a Draft Scope of Work for the Commissioners' review prior to a scoping meeting to be held later this week with WYDOT and the FAA.
Relocation Update – Discussion is ongoing regarding use of a Disinterested Third Party in the negotiations with Mr. Holden. Ms. Colby feels that she should contract with Mr. Holden and the county should then reimburse Mr. Holden for her fees. The FAA feels the need to look into this further before committing to reimbursement of this expense. Mr. Spomer indicated that he did not feel agreeing to cover the expense if the FAA chooses not to reimburse it would impact the FAA's decision in this matter. John Lumley moved to authorize Joe Holden to enter into an agreement with Ms. Colby/DOWL-HKM for Disinterested Third Party services in an amount of up to $9,900.00, with the county's intent to submit this expense for reimbursement to the FAA. If the FAA declines to reimburse this expense and the County believes that Ms. Colby is truly functioning as a Disinterested Third Party, the County will cover the expense. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Airspace Analysis Contract – Mr. Gilb reported that the FAA has requested the addition of another Phase to the Contract Scope of Work dealing with how submittals will be handled. This does not change the fees or anything else in the plan – just clarifies the submittal process. Mike Baker moved to authorize the Chairman's signature on the AEGIS Contract after insertion of the FAA's requested verbiage, pending review by the County Attorney of the final document. John Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried. WACIP – Mr. Gilb reviewed the granted projects (Phases I & II) and the programmed projects (Phases III, IV, V and VI) for the Wyoming Airport Capital Improvement Plan and presented the application data sheets for the projects for the Commissioners' approval and signature. Mike Baker moved to authorize the Chairman's signature on the project application data sheets for Phases III, IV, V, VI and the Master Plan Update. John Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Groundbreaking Ceremony – Clerk Odde presented the Certificate of State Grant-In-Aid for the Commissioners' approval and signature. This money will be used to cover expenses for the official groundbreaking ceremony to be held in September. John Lumley moved to approve the Grant-In-Aid certificate in the amount of $5000.00 for expenses relating to the Airport Relocation groundbreaking ceremony. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried. Groundbreaking Ceremony dates were discussed and will be finalized after discussion with the Governor's scheduling office.
Consider Supplemental Environmental Assessment Contract Assignment – Prior to the completion of the SEA, the company performing the work, Barnard-Dunkelberg, was purchased by Mead & Hunt. This necessitates assignment of the SEA contract with Barnard-Dunkelberg Company to Mead & Hunt. John Lumley moved to approve the assignment of the SEA Contract from Barnard-Dunkelberg Company to Mead & Hunt. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Airport Crack Seal Project – Clerk Odde reviewed the recent pavement analysis report as it applied to the State's upcoming Airport Crack Seal project. GDA will consider the report and will view the actual pavement before making a recommendation regarding participation in the state's project at the next meeting.
Ground Communication Outlet – Mr. Spomer discussed installation of a Ground Communication Outlet at the current airport per WYDOT's recommendation. Action on this item will be taken at the next meeting. Wyoming Conservation Corps Members of the Wyoming Conservation Corps, a part of AmeriCorps, appeared before the Commissioners to discuss their work at Boysen State Park this summer. After a review of the history and goals of the Wyoming Conservation Corps, the group presented an entertaining and informative program discussing the service projects they have performed throughout the state and specifically at Boysen State Park this summer.
CorrespondenceChamber of Commerce – Thermopoly Game
Senior Citizen Board Minutes – June, 2012
Fair Board Minutes – July, 2012
Lodging Tax Board Minutes – July, 2012
The Commissioners reviewed the foregoing correspondence items. No further action was taken on any of the items at this time.
AdjournmentThere being no further business to come before the Board at this time, Chairman Basse declared the meeting adjourned at 4:30 p.m.
Brad Basse, Chairman
Hans Odde, Clerk to the Board
BILLS – JULY, 2012
MATTHEW BENDER & CO.,INC. 420.80 / NORTHERN WYOMING DAILY NEWS 112.00
WACO WY ASSOC OF CO OFFICERS 920.00 / HOT SPRINGS VETERINARY CLINIC 749.00
HOT SPRINGS COUNTY WEED & PEST 1,325.00 / TRI STATE TRUCK&EQUIPMENT,INC. 217.23
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 7,893.09 / OVERHEAD DOOR CO OF RIVERTON- 140.13
JACK'S UNIFORM & EQUIPMENT 42.00 / PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS, INC. 19.98
AFLAC (ACCOUNT #HW652) 822.70 / STATE OF WYOMING - A&I 53.80
ALLEGIANCE BENEFIT PLAN MANGT, INC. 22,559.15 / AMCOM 7,993.00
ANITA WEISBECK 62.16 / ATLAS OFFICE PRODUCTS, INC. 144.88 / ATLAS 7,550.00
BRESNAN COMMUNICATIONS 55.20 / BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 629.76
BIG HORN WATER 97.00 / BLAIR'S SUPER MARKET 591.71 / PITNEY BOWES INC. 288.54
BROKERS NATIONAL LIFE 521.80 / BRUCE N. "BO" BOWMAN 19.42
CD SIGNS & SUPPLY 210.00 / CHARLES I. CARVER 164.95
RED ROCK FAMILY PRACTICE 70.00 / CNA SURETY 100.00 / THERMOPOLIS HARDWARE 706.74
COLONIAL SUPPLEMENTAL INS. 148.60 / VERIZON WIRELESS 107.68
VERIZON WIRELESS 47.48 / VERIZON WIRELESS 56.55 / VERIZON WIRELESS 267.58
VERIZON WIRELESS 51.00 / CROWLEY AIR SERVICE, LLC 4,746.95
DANIEL S. WEBBER 175.38 / DEBRA A. GERHARTER 6.62 / DON'S IGA 153.86
ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES 6,435.45 / ELECTION SYSTEMS & SOFTWARE 9,795.62
FLEETPRIDE 84.18 / PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 38,139.82
FOOD SERVICES OF AMERICA 5,547.37 / GDA ENGINEERS 21,010.93
GOTTSCHE THERAPY REHAB WELLNESS 330.00 / MOUNTAIN WEST BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 85.43
MOUNTAIN WEST BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 30.58 / HANS ODDE 144.30
HONNEN EQUIPMENT CO. WYO 51.71 / HOT SPRINGS CO. LIBRARY FOUNDATION 10,000.00
HOT SPRINGS COUNTY HEALTH INS ACCT 58,395.09
HOT SPRINGS CO. SCHOOL DIST #1 10,817.27 / INDEPENDENT RECORD 2,014.35
INDOFF INC. 503.70 / JADECO, INC. 371.60 / JAMES L. ANDREEN 235.80
JILL JACOBSON 850.00 / KIMBERLY BLACK 50.00 / BIG KMART 240.00
KRISTINA D. MCNEFF 22.28 / KRISJANSONS & MILES, P.C. 76.46
MARCIA E. BEAN 142.42 / MARY L. SCHEIBLE 750.00 / MEAD & HUNT, INC. 9,273.28
MEADOW GOLD BILLINGS 358.13 / HOT SPRINGS CO. MEM. HOSPITAL 3,072.40
HOT SPRINGS COUNSELING SERV. 400.00 / MESSENGER & OVERFIELD 1,942.34
MICKEYJEAN FORD 15.96 / MOORE MEDICAL, LLC 161.45 / NIELSEN OIL CO., INC. 142.40
NATIONAL PUBLIC SAFETY INFO BUREAU 144.00 / ONE STOP REPAIR & 72.36
O'REILLY AUTO PARTS 205.84 / THE OFFICE SHOP, INC 912.00 / OWL LUMBER INC. 44.05
OWL CREEK WATER DISTRICT 2,609.00 / ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 5,477.72
PAINTBRUSH DENTAL 60.00 / PAMIDA 318.95 / PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 15.18
PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 282.46 / PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 7,990.00
PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 2,090.00 / POSTMASTER 270.00 / PRINT ZONE 117.00
PSS-SALT LAKE CITY 152.28 / CENTURY LINK 654.93 / CENTURY LINK 5.10
RANAE BALDES 163.07 / RAYMOND E. SHAFFER 226.31 / REESE & RAY IGA 68.00
REMINGTON ARMS COMPANY, LLC 91.96 / RESPOND FIRST AID SYSTEMS 412.87
GORRELL & HOPKINSON, P.C. 120.00 / RT COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 4,184.37
SCHABEN INDUSTRIES 888.33 / SECRETARY OF STATE 30.00 / SHERRY DAIGLE 53.00
SHOSHONE OFFICE SUPPLY 74.07 / SNOW CREST CHEMICALS 785.00
THE STANDARD INS. CO. 1,398.08 / SUSAN SMITH 15.00 / T&JPROPANE 10.21
TEAM LABORATORY CHEMICAL CORP. 400.90 / TEEPEE POOLS 282.00
THERMOPOLIS-HOT SPRINGS COUNTY EDC 15,000.00 / THOMAS L. BENNETT, M.D. 1,400.00
TOWN OF THERMOPOLIS 1,413.62 / VERIZON WIRELESS 100.69 / VERIZON WIRELESS 69.21
VICKLUND PHARMACY 2.26 / VISA - CARD ONE 334.10 / VISA - CARD TWO 1,164.08|
VISA - CARD THREE 50.17 / VISA - CARD FOUR 252.00 / VISA 38.65 / VISA 136.14 W.A.R.M. PROPERTY INS. POOL 29,780.33 / WCS TELECOM 165.61 WEST PAYMENT CENTER 174.60 / WILLIAM F. GORDON 28.23 WIRELESS ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS 4,386.30 WYOMING DEPT. OF WORKFORCE SERVICES 2,431.05 / WYOMING.COM 20.00 WYOMING DIVISION OF 282.00 / ORCHARD TRUST COMPANY 4,829.26 WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF WORKFORCE 431.20 / WYOMING BUSINESS REPORT 24.97 WYOMING GAS 592.38 / WYONET INC. 113.95 / WYO RETIREMENT SYSTEM 22,194.01 036-NCPERS GROUP LIFE INS. 272.00 / WYSSMANN PSYCHOLOGICAL & COUNSELING 350.00