MINUTES OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING
|STATE OF WYOMING||)||OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF|
|COUNTY OF HOT SPRINGS||)||THERMOPOLIS WYOMING|
|September 4, 2012|
|The Hot Springs County Board of Commissioners met in regular session on Tuesday, September 4, 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 AgendaMike Baker made a motion to approve the agenda with the following changes:
ADD:Other Business6. Consider Ratification of Consensus Grant SubmissionJohn Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Approval of MinutesJohn Lumley made a motion to approve the minutes of the regular meetings on August 7 and August 21, 2012 as presented. Mike Baker seconded. Motion carried.
Approve BillsThe following bills were submitted for approval: (see attached). Payroll for August, 2012 - $166,281.06.
Maintenance Monthly ReportMaintenance Foreman Chuck Carver reported that the intermittent problem with the elevator appears to be corrected. There have been some issues with the water heaters in the courthouse. Two water heaters have been replaced in the last month, one in the jail and one in the basement. The basement 50 gallon water heater was been replaced with a 20 gallon unit after it failed.
Mr. Carver asked about sidewalk repairs in front of the library. He estimates a full repair will cost approximately $2000.00, and asked if money had been allocated in the budget for this. The Commissioners said that this repair had not been allocated for in the Capital Improvements budget. Mr. Carver will look into less expensive options for at least a temporary fix for the problem.
The energy audit is nearly complete. The final audit report for the WYECIP project is scheduled for presentation at the October 2nd Commissioners meeting.
Mr. Carver and Emergency Management Coordinator Bill Gordon discussed the new emphasis on the FBI rules requiring outside contractors to either submit to fingerprinting and background checks or be under direct supervision of qualified employees while working in secure areas of the law enforcement center. The Commissioners asked the County Attorney to draft a resolution addressing this matter for consideration at the October 2nd Commissioners meeting.
The Commissioners and Admin Herdt discussed preparations for the groundbreaking ceremony on the September 13th with Mr. Carver and Road & Bridge Foreman Ray Shaffer and asked for assistance with those preparations from their departments.
Road and Bridge Monthly ReportRoad & Bridge Supervisor Ray Shaffer reported that most of the material in the agreement for the Brown Pit has been used, so he will be negotiating another agreement with the Browns for more material in the near future.
The chipping project is complete. The leftover chips will be staged on Missouri Flat or Cowboy Mine Road to keep livestock out of them.
Second mowing of rights of way has been completed. Repeat spraying of goatheads is currently underway. Blading of various county roads is complete at least until more moisture is received. Work continues on bridge repairs.
Mr. Shaffer indicated that, as a result of some research this summer, new roads will have a 4% pitch and will incorporate some clays to increase the plasticity index of the road material, which should lead to an increase in longevity of the road surface.
The County has received a request to remove a cattle guard on Lane 12. Mr. Shaffer has no problems with the Commissioners approving the request. Mike Baker moved to authorize Road & Bridge to remove the cattle guard on Lane 12 as requested. John Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Upcoming projects include replacing and cleaning around cattle guards, installing approved approaches and participation in an auction on September 22nd at the Fairgrounds to dispose of various odds and ends and extraneous county equipment.
Youth Alternatives Monthly ReportDirector Alan Rossler reported he currently has 15 participants in the diversion program and one person on supervised probation in his program. He is working with Ms. Thoren, the new high school guidance counselor, to start an "at-risk" group for high school students, which will include some of his current program participants. Mr. Rossler reviewed the VOA-OJJDP Grant proposal which he presented for the Commissioners' approval. He has increased the amount of money requested in the grant by about $5,000.00 due to both an increasing number of participants and new information reporting requirements. The OJJDP has new definitions regarding juvenile diversion programs, and Mr. Rossler's discussions with VOA Division Director Craig Fisgus indicate that Hot Springs County's program meets the new definitions. After some discussion regarding the workload imposed by the new reporting requirements and input from the County Attorney, John Lumley moved to approve the grant application as presented in the amount of $35,410.00, with the $3,750.00 submitted for Data Collection to be moved to the Director's salary if the grant is approved in full. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried. Mr. Rossler will provide the corrected grant application to Chairman Basse for signature. Mr. Rossler thanked all the county departments involved with his program for their help and cooperation.
Public Hearing – Owl Creek Water District Land Use ChangeChairman Basse opened the public hearing for the Owl Creek Water District Land Use Change Request at 11:00 a.m. Owl Creek Water District is asking for a change of use from Agricultural to Institutional for a roughly 1.0 acre parcel of land to be used as the site for a pump station as part of the District's proposed domestic system. Planner Bowman reviewed the request and reported that the Land Use Planning Board had forwarded the request with a unanimous Do Pass recommendation that included three conditions for approval. After reviewing the application and the conditional recommendation, Mike Baker moved to approve the Change of Use request from Agricultural to Institutional use for a one acre parcel by the Owl Creek Water District for a pumping station for the domestic water system, with the following conditions: 1. Parking and driveway areas to be surfaced in gravel or a similar material to reduce dust. 2. Exterior lighting shall be limited to one fixture near the building entrance, shielded and downcast, and this fixture shall not be placed on a timer. If additional exterior lighting is proposed in the future, a lighting plan shall first be submitted for the review and approval of the LUPB. This lighting plan shall provide for illumination while minimizing the number, direction, and intensity of light fixtures when viewed from off-site. 3. A Weed Management Plan shall be submitted for the review and approval of staff. John Lumley seconded the motion. Discussion: the Commissioners then completed the Absolute and Relative Policy checklists for the land use change request. The final scoring was positive. The question was called. Motion carried.
DAR Constitution Week ProclamationRepresenting the Washakie Chapter of the DAR, Ruth Clare Johnson and Kay Rush appeared to request the Commissioners to sign a Proclamation designating September 17–23, 2012, as Constitution Week in honor of the 225th anniversary of the signing of the Constitution. Ms. Johnson also provided the Commissioners with copies of a pamphlet on the Bill of Rights. John Lumley moved to approve the Constitution Week Proclamation as follows:
PROCLAMATIONWHEREAS: The Constitution of the United States of America, the guardian of liberties, embodies the principles of limited government in a Republic dedicated to rule by law; and
WHEREAS: September 17, 2012, marks the two hundred twenty-fifth anniversary of the framing of the Constitution of the United States of America by the Constitutional Convention; and
WHEREAS: It is fitting and proper to accord official recognition to this magnificent document and its memorable anniversary; and to the patriotic celebrations which will commemorate it; and
WHEREAS: Public Law 915 guarantees the issuing of the Proclamation each year by the President of the United States of America designating September 17 through 23 as Constitution Week;
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Brad Basse, by virtue of the authority vested in me as Chairman of the County Commissioners of the County of Hot Springs, in the State of Wyoming, do hereby proclaim the week of September 17 through 23 as
CONSTITUTION WEEKAND ask our citizens to reaffirm the ideals the Framers of the Constitution had in 1787 by vigilantly protecting the freedoms guaranteed to us through this guardian of our liberties.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Seal of the County of Hot Springs to be affixed this 4th day of September in the year of our Lord two thousand twelve.
Signed: Brad W. Basse, ChairmanAttest: Hans Odde, County Clerk
Hot Springs County Board of Commissioners
Mike Baker seconded the motion. Discussion: Commissioner Lumley asked Ms. Johnson and Ms. Rush to extend the Commission's thanks to Marilyn Strausborger for her presentations on the Constitution to area schools. Mike Baker expressed thanks and gratitude on behalf of the County to Ms. Johnson for her dedication and efforts on behalf of Constitution Week. Motion carried.
Emergency Management Monthly ReportEmergency Management Coordinator Bill Gordon presented a final quote for the E911 Upgrade for the Commissioners' approval. The total cost will be $30,909.00, and funds will come from the E911 Reserve account. Mike Baker moved to approve Option 1 – Customer-Supplied Software/Equipment, Amcon- Supplied Licenses/Installation for the E911 upgrade in the amount of $30,909.00. John Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Mr. Gordon notified the Commissioners that they would be receiving a Homeland Security Grant reimbursement check for items purchased and paid for by the Hospital, and asked that the Commissioners reimburse the Hospital for that payment. Clerk Odde asked that the Hospital submit an invoice for the items and a letter of explanation for payment at the October 2nd meeting.
Mr. Gordon distributed the current drought information from the National Weather Service office in Riverton.
Public Hearing – Liquor License RenewalsChairman Basse declared the public hearing for liquor license renewals for Stone's Throw, The Flying Dutchman, and Wind River Canyon Grill open at 11:45 p.m. Clerk Odde reviewed the license applications. There is a problem with Clyde and Jennifer Fisher's application for the Stone's Throw license, in that the name of the applicant differs slightly from the name on the lease for the restaurant. The state liquor division has suggested approving the license on the condition that the name on the lease is changed to that on the application. Clerk Odde indicated that he is working with Mr. and Mrs. Fisher to get the discrepancy corrected. Law enforcement reports no major problems with any of the applicants in the past year. After three calls for public comment, receiving none, Chairman Basse declared the hearing closed at 11:50 a.m. John Lumley moved to approve the liquor license application from Clyde and Jennifer Fisher dba Stone's Throw Restaurant, contingent on correcting the name discrepancy on the lease. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Discussion: as this issue should have been caught on the original application by the Liquor Division personnel, and was not, it seems unfair to expect the Fishers to pay the advertising and transfer fees when the name discrepancy is corrected. Motion carried. John Lumley moved to approve the application from Violet M. VanBuskirk dba Flying Dutchman. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried. Mike Baker moved to approve the application from Super Toadies, LLC dba Wind River Canyon Grill. John Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Airport UpdateWYDOT - Aeronautics Division Request for Reimbursement #9 – AIP #02 – Clerk Odde presented WYDOT-Aeronautics Division Request for Reimbursement #9 for the Commissioners' approval. Mike Baker moved to approve WYDOT-Aeronautics Division Project THP-11A-2807/FAA #3-56-0043-02 RFR #9 in the amount of $2,670.00. John Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
FAA Request for Reimbursement #9 – AIP #02 – Clerk Odde presented FAA Request for Reimbursement #9 for the Commissioners' approval. John Lumley moved to approve FAA Project 3-56-0043-02 RFR #9 in the amount of $84,551.00. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) Approval – Dusty Spomer presented the SWPPP for the Commissioners' approval. This plan permit will be issued to the County and transferred to the various project contractors as needed and back to the County upon completion of work by the contractor(s). Mike
Baker moved approval of the SWPPP and accompanying Notice of Intent for the new airport construction. John Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Groundbreaking - Mr. Spomer gave an update on preparations for the groundbreaking ceremony to be held Thursday, September 13th starting at noon. A local business has been contracted to produce the "Future Home of .." sign, but it will not be completed by September 13th. A mock-up of the sign was submitted for the Commissioners' consideration. Any suggested revisions will be circulated via email for review prior to finalizing the sign. Presented with three choices, the Commissioners selected Blair's Market to provide the food for the ceremony. The program will be circulated via email for review prior to printing. GDA will provide the generator for the sound system. Mr. Spomer will visit with Ray Shaffer regarding assistance from Road & Bridge with the groundbreaking ceremony
Project Updates – The Phase 1 project is currently out to bid. Bids are due by 9:00 a.m. on September 18. The pre-bid meeting will be September 6th at 2:00 p.m., beginning at the Annex meeting room, ending with a site tour. Mr. Spomer indicated he met with Charlie Holden earlier to work out details of the Phase 1 project, including road placement, fencing, water, power and construction easements. Most of these items have been resolved – fence plans are approved, the documents regarding changes to the power have been completed by Mr. Holden and are ready for submission to the power company, etc. There is still some discussion regarding the number of cattle guards needed and their placement on the roads, and there are still some unresolved issues regarding the water situation. Provisions for the monitoring of the Holden's water system have been added to the Phase 1 documents. GDA is asking for temporary construction easements from the Holdens at this time. GDA is currently working on bid documents for the Phase 2 project and hopes to have it out to bid around October 1st. There will be a scoping meeting for the Phase 2 project next Wednesday morning. GDA will set up a time and call-in number and send out the information via email. Mr. Spomer reported that the FAA has agreed to consider expenses for the Disinterested Third Party for the relocation negotiations as reimbursable expenses.
Phase 1 Independent Fee Estimate – The next step in the Phase 1 project is obtaining the Independent Fee Estimate required by the FAA. Mike Baker moved to authorize Clerk Odde to obtain the IFE for the Phase 1 project, to include design, bidding and construction administration. John Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
THP-11B Amendment – This state grant description did not include construction, so the description will be corrected and the amendment submitted at a later date.
Special Prosecutor RequestCounty Attorney Jerry Williams requested that the Commissioners appoint a Special Prosecutor for an investigation performed by the DCI, as he is involved in the matter as a potential witness. John Lumley moved to appoint Park County Attorney Brian Skoric as the Special Prosecutor in a case involving County Attorney Williams as a witness. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Lane 3 UpdateEngineering Associates representative Anthony Barnett reported the inlet box has been placed in the manhole at the intersection, and should be backfilled by the end of today. Sewer and water lines are in. The storm drain should be complete by the end of the week. Boelens Well Service has recently requested a ¾" service line from South Thermopolis Water & Sewer, which they will pay for, as it was not requested previously as part of the Lane 3 project. Boelens Well Service will need to get an easement from Ryan Brothers before proceeding with this, as the water service line will cross Ryan Brothers' property from Lane 3 to the Boelens property. Mr. Barnett reviewed Pay Estimate 1 for the project as submitted for the Commissioners' approval. John Lumley moved to approve Pay Estimate #1 to Dave's Asphalt in the amount of $142,812.90. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
County Road 19 Right of Way Vacation DiscussionEverett Jones appeared before the Commissioners to request that the County abandon its right of way on County Road 19 across his ranch east of Red Hole Road. Planner Bo Bowman has done some research into the matter and reported that it appears there are two or three county road easements across the ranch property for this road. Tom Anderson spoke against abandonment of County Road 19 at least from East River Road to his property. Commissioner Lumley expressed his reluctance to abandon a road that future Commissions might feel they have a need for. Chairman Basse asked Mr. Jones what the impetus was for his request. Mr. Jones replied that he would like to regain control over access to his property and
pointed out that the county has never done any maintenance work on the road during the time he has owned the ranch. Planner Bowman asked that, if abandonment of the right of way was highly unlikely, the decision be made now before any more time and effort is invested. Extensive discussion ensued with input also received from Dale Nuttall with Wyo-Ben. Chairman Basse asked that Mr. Bowman make a reasonable effort to clarify the situation regarding easements on Road 19 and return with a report at the October 2nd meeting. No decision was made on vacation of the Road 19 County right of way at this time.
Planner Monthly ReportPlanner Bo Bowman reported that the Land Use Planning Board will not meet this month. The NRPC will meet next week on the 12th. Septic season is winding down this year. Seventeen permit applications have been distributed, seven have been returned and approved, and six have been completed and inspected. The BLM-Meeteetse Draw agreement is still in progress and will be submitted for review at a later date.
Tax Rebates / SupplementalAssessor Shelley Deromedi presented the following rebates for the Commissioners' approval:
Rebate #5-12–Uncollectible Personal Property Taxes 2012-Total Taxes $49.10
Parcel #845 - Wagner, Sharon – This is a 1968 Clarion mobile home with unknown title believed to be situated and abandoned on State of Wyoming land near Cowboy Mine Road. To our knowledge the last person living there was Sharon Wagner who is now deceased. The mobile home is in very poor condition, probably unlivable. We have been mailing notices of value to Vicki Wagner who has not paid the taxes since 2007. Taxes for years 2008-2011 were cancelled at the June 5 meeting. 2012 taxes in the amount of $19.14 need to be rebated.
Parcel #2203 – Brown, Mitchell & Dottie c/o Theroux, Tina - This is a 1979 Rollohome mobile home with unknown title to situated and abandoned in storage behind D & A Construction. To our knowledge the last person to have title was possibly Mitchell and Dottie Brown who were selling the mobile home to Tina Theroux. Browns are not giving her the title until mobile home is paid for and also are not going to pay the taxes since the mobile home is in such poor shape now. We had a moving permit in 2007 to move the mobile home to Grandview but find it vacant and parked behind D & A. The mobile home is in very poor condition, probably unlivable. We have been mailing notices of value to Brown, % Theroux, and taxes have not been paid since 2008. The 2008-11 taxes were cancelled at the June 5 meeting. 2012 taxes in the amount of $16.50 need to be rebated. Parcel #4609 – Taylor, Kevin - This is a 1974 Titan mobile home that has a current title in the name of Kevin Taylor. It had been owned by Robert Phillips who sold it to John Martinez in 2009 who gave it to Kevin Taylor in 2010. Mr. Taylor was to remove it from the property, but it was never moved and Mr. Taylor said that he was going to give it back to Martinez. Kevin Taylor now lives in Colorado and all correspondence to him has been returned marked "Refused". The mobile home is in very poor condition, probably unlivable. The 2011 taxes were cancelled at the June 5 meeting. 2012 taxes in the amount of $13.46 need to be rebated. John Lumley moved to approve rebate #5-12 for Uncollectible Taxes in the amount of $49.10. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Rebate #6-12 – Merit Energy Company – 2012 taxes. Merit was assessed twice for oil and gas production equipment on Placer Well #139 in the Hamilton Dome Field, resulting in over assessment of 7591. Taxes in the amount of $479.60 need to be rebated. John Lumley moved to approve rebate #6-12 to Merit Energy Company in the amount of $479.60. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Rebate #7-12 – Ingle Trust– 2012 taxes on 374.8 acres of land in T42N-R95W. An error was found in the legal description on a previous deed, resulting in over assessment of 3.99 acres and 533 assessed value. Correct acreage is 370.81 acres. Taxes in the amount of $33.67 need to be rebated. John Lumley moved to approve rebate #7-12 to the Ingle Trust in the amount of $33.67. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Ms. Deromedi noted that the following Supplemental Tax Notice has been processed through Treasurer's Office:
Clay – Parcel #1679 – Personal Property – John Deere Tractor Loader was added for 2012, resulting in additional assessment of 2760 and taxes in the amount of $188.18.
Other BusinessOwl Creek Water Project CDBG Grant Draft Request # 10 – Clerk Odde presented Grant Draft Request #10 for the Owl Creek Water project. Mike Baker moved to approve the Wyoming Business
Council Investment Ready Communities Grant Draft Request #10 for the Owl Creek Water District project in the amount of $6,023.00. John Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Lane 3 Improvement Project IRP Grant Draft Request #23 – Clerk Odde presented the IRP Grant Draft Request #23 for the Lane 3 project. John Lumley moved to approve Grant Draft Request #23 to WYDOT for the Lane 3, Phase 1 & 2, IRP#CN15020 in the amount of $84,501.55. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Lane 3 Improvement Project SLIB Grant Draft Request #23 – Clerk Odde presented SLIB Grant Draft Request #23 for the Lane 3 project. John Lumley moved to approve Grant Draft Request #23 for SLIB Grant #MRG-11008HS in the amount of $77,990.98. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Consider Well Permit Application – McDonald #1 – Clerk Odde presented a well permit application from Patrick, Neal and Lester McDonald for the Commissioners' consideration. The county has not received a recommendation from Hurley Geological Consulting regarding this well at this time. Mike Baker moved to approve the permit application for McDonald #1. John Lumley seconded the motion. Discussion: Commissioner Lumley would like to make approval contingent on a positive recommendation from Hurley Geological Consulting. Maker of the motion amended the motion to reflect this contingency. Second concurred. Motion carried.
Consider WCCA Fracturing Comment Letter – The WCCA has drafted a comment letter on the BLM's hydraulic fracturing rule for review by the Commissioners. John Lumley moved to approve the WCCA Chairman's signature on the comment letter. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Consider Ratification of Consensus Submittal – Clerk Odde presented the County-Wide Consensus Block Grant Application form for the Commissioners' approval. The total amount of $619,183.00 was split between County projects – 47% and City projects – 53% at a joint meeting of the two entities in August. John Lumley moved to ratify the CBG application as submitted. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Discussion: Commissioner Baker expressed his displeasure at the ratio of the split in view of the fact that the Town received the vast majority of the CBG funding last year. The other Commissioners agreed in principle with Commissioner Baker, but pointed out that there must be a consensus to submit the grant for consideration and this was the consensus reached between the two entities. Question was called. Lumley voted aye, Baker voted nay. Chairman Basse broke the tie with an aye vote. Motion carried.
CorrespondenceConservation District – Thank You
Parent Leadership Training Institute – Open House Invitation
Park County – Meeteetse Landfill Closure Notification
BHB Nature & Discovery Center
Airport Operations Report – May - 2012, June - 2012, July - 2012
The Commissioners reviewed the foregoing correspondence items. No further action was taken on any of the items at this time.
Board RecognitionCommissioner Lumley asked the Commission to consider doing some sort of recognition for all County board members in the future. He suggested an appreciation barbeque or something similar. The Commissioners took the matter under advisement. No decision was made at this time.
AdjournmentThere being no further business to come before the Board at this time, Chairman Basse declared the meeting adjourned at 4:00 p.m.
Brad Basse, Chairman
Hans Odde, Clerk to the Board
BILLS – AUGUST, 2012
MATTHEW BENDER & CO.,INC. 146.04 / THERMOPOLIS - HOT SPRINGS 5,000.00
KONE INC. 369.15 / IRIS L. CAVALLI 211.50 / LOLA B. CORDINGLY 202.00
VIOLA N. RYAN 211.50 / NELLIE CORLEY 222.42 / CAROL J. DOCKERY 236.90
NORTHERN WYOMING DAILY NEWS 112.00
NORTHWEST MANUFACTURING & DIST.,INC 1,290.78 / S & H GLASS, INC. 1,670.00
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 390.00 / BRUCO, INC. 414.32 / D & D MACHINE, INC. 160.43
RAMS HEAD FINANCIAL SERVICES 220.00 / OVERHEAD DOOR CO OF RIVERTON- 277.50
MPH INDUSTRIES INC 252.72 / FRED PRYOR SEMINARS 198.00
AFLAC (ACCOUNT #HW652) 798.65 / STATE OF WYOMING - A&I 35.13
ALEXA A. HANSON 211.50 / ALLEGIANCE BENEFIT PLAN MANGT, INC. 53,409.49
AMELIA A. DEROMEDI 28.50 / ANDREW W. STONE 30.00 / ANITA WEISBECK 53.28
ANNE M. IVIE 30.00 / H.O.P.E. AGENCY 5,000.00
ATLAS OFFICE PRODUCTS, INC. 561.77 / BRESNAN COMMUNICATIONS 55.20
BARTON G. JONES 30.00 / BARBARA A. MOELLER 211.50 / BARTON STAM 203.69
BASIL G. SORENSEN 30.00 / BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 205.77 / BIG HORN WATER 90.50
BETTY JEAN MARTINEZ 280.34 / BLAIR'S SUPER MARKET 526.18
BROKERS NATIONAL LIFE 509.90 / BRUCE N. "BO" BOWMAN 15.54
CAROL M. SLAGLE 219.78 / CAROL A. WIDMAN 202.00 / CENTURYLINK 11,839.00
CHARLES R. CURLEY 197.25 / CHARLOTTE M. MCDOUGALL 30.00
CHRISTINE M. O'BYRNE 30.00 / THERMOPOLIS HARDWARE 410.61
COLONIAL SUPPLEMENTAL INS. 148.60 / VERIZON WIRELESS 57.02
VERIZON WIRELESS 48.73 / VERIZON WIRELESS 57.80 / VERIZON WIRELESS 267.58
VERIZON WIRELESS 51.00 / CONSTANCE TAYLOR 33.33 / COUNTY TITLE AGENCY 2,856.80
CINDY MAGELKY 199.80 / KOERWITZ, MICHEL, 1,900.00
CREATIVE PRODUCT SOURCING, INC. 922.50 / CROWLEY AIR SERVICE, LLC 4,739.14
DAVE'S ASPHALT 142,812.90 / DAVID E CATHEY 30.00
DAVE'S ASPHALT RETENTION 15,868.10 / DAVID E. WEBER 30.00
DEBRA A. GERHARTER 18.83 / DONNA M. LOSSNER 202.00 / DORIS ANN READY 57.00
ELLEN M. GALYAN 197.25 / ELIZABETH K. LANCE 30.00
ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES 10,864.60 / SHELL FLEET PLUS PROCESSING CENTER 44.60
FLEETPRIDE 127.69 / PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 39,102.59
FOOD SERVICES OF AMERICA 1,302.76 / FORREST E. COLEMAN-WEISZ 30.00
FRANK L. LUTZ 35.55 / GARY Z. LOUGHLIN 30.00 / GDA ENGINEERS 59,311.76
GENEVA J. BAIRD 211.50 / GEORGE R. FISHBAUGH 35.55 / GLOCK, INC. 195.00
GOTTSCHE THERAPY REHAB WELLNESS 340.00 / GREG D. NELSON 30.00
MOUNTAIN WEST BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 36.27 / MOUNTAIN WEST BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 26.63
HONNEN EQUIPMENT CO. WYO 70.27 / HOT SPRINGS COUNTY TREASURER 358.09
HOT SPRINGS COUNTY HEALTH INS ACCT 59,070.61
HOT SPRINGS CO. SCHOOL DIST #1 7,229.46 / IDEAL MFG., INC. 374.89
INDEPENDENT RECORD 4,035.75 / INDOFF INC. 820.69 / INTERSTATE ALL BATTERY 74.98
INTERSTATE BATTERIES OF BILLINGS 38.40 / JADECO, INC. 4.74
JAMES M. BYRD 159.99 / JAMES D. KIRSCH 150.00 / JANALYN A. SHARP 150.00
JASON G. LEAR 36.66 / JENNIFER CHENEY 984.58 / JERRY D. WILLIAMS 306.73
JESSICA K. BENEFIEL 150.00 / JILL JACOBSON 425.00 / JIM JOINER 30.00
JOHN P. LUMLEY 847.36 / JOHN P SHAFER 30.00 / JOYCE A. KELLEY 202.00
JUDY M. CRAMER 208.91 / JUDITH L. SIEBRECHT 35.55 / JUNE E. GARRO 150.00
KAREN SLOCUM 114.19 / KIMBERLY S. WEAVER 32.22 / MARY KING 211.50
KNAPP SUPPLY & EQUIPMENT CO. 425.55 / KRISTINA D. MCNEFF 18.15
KRISJANSONS & MILES, P.C. 52.42 / KRISTI K. THRONBURG 150.00
KURTIS D. HAUN 41.10 / LARRY R. SIPE, JR. 202.00 / LLOYD S. LITTLESHIELD 34.44
LOMCO,INC. 22,519.88 / MARILYN K. MATTHEWS 150.00 / MARCIA E. BEAN 131.37
MARLENE T. CHRISTOFFERSON 28.50 / MARY C. RICHERT 153.33 / MARY K. RYAN 30.00
MARY L. SCHEIBLE 1,878.70 / MARGARET A. STEVENS 30.00 / MARTIN F TURNER 30.00|
MATTHEW C. IVIE 30.00 / MARIE MCDOUGALL 96.58 / MEAD & HUNT, INC. 29,689.72 MEADOW GOLD BILLINGS 413.94 / HOT SPRINGS COUNSELING SERV. 500.00 MESSENGER & OVERFIELD 1,932.25 / MICHAEL F. KELLEY 202.00 NANETTE R. SOVEY 150.00 / NANCY LEIGH READY 33.33 / NIELSEN OIL CO., INC. 53.15 ONE STOP REPAIR & 60.69 / O'REILLY AUTO PARTS 199.43 O'REILLY AUTO PARTS 215.00 / THE OFFICE SHOP, INC 221.58 OWL LUMBER INC. 340.42 / OWL CREEK WATER DISTRICT 6,023.00 ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 4,878.87 / PAMIDA 75.46 / PATRICK H. SCHMIDT 30.00 PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 34.99 / PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 291.85 PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 297.98 / PIZZA HUT 53.25 PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 690.00 / PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 2,090.00 POSTMASTER 924.00 / PRINT ZONE 119.90 / PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER,INC. 875.00 PYROTECHS 140.00 / CENTURY LINK 651.86 / CENTURY LINK 5.10 / RANAE BALDES 87.69 REBECCA J. MOORE 166.65 / REESE & RAY IGA 54.73 / RE-NEW-CO SUPPLY 91.36 REX J. CLOTHIER 30.00 / RICHARD H. GROH II 155.55 / RHONDA L NELSON 150.00 GORRELL & HOPKINSON, P.C. 120.00 / RIVERTON TIRE & OIL CO., INC. 595.95 ROAD-RUNNER TWO, LLC 64.85 / ROBERT L. KELLY 30.00 RT COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 2,026.91 / RYAN G. SHAFFER 34.44 SANDRA E. LUTHER 33.33 / SANOFI PASTEUR, INC. 5,627.77 / SARAH S. GREEN 30.00 SETH D. SIMONS 37.77 / SHAE L. STARKEY 37.77 / SHIRLEY A. LOVE-TOWERS 197.25 SHOSHONE OFFICE SUPPLY 984.19 / SPECIALTY MARINE & RV REPAIR INC. 235.00 THE STANDARD INS. CO. 1,403.76 / STEHLIN PLUMBING & CONTRACTING 897.00 STATE OF WYOMING GURDIAN AD LITEM 3,237.28 / SYBIL M. HANNAH 197.25 TEAM LABORATORY CHEMICAL CORP. 351.59 / TEEPEE POOLS 330.00 TERRI M. WILLIAMS 30.00 / TERRY N. TENBOER 150.00 / THERMOPOLIS HARDWARE 235.99 TOWN OF THERMOPOLIS 1,541.05 / TRAVELING COMPUTERS, INC. 8,589.96 WYOMING DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 6,570.00 / TUDY V. WEAVER 150.00 NORCO, INC. 31.30 / VERIZON WIRELESS 94.55 / VICKI M. NICHOLS 29.12 VISA - CARD ONE 2,005.98 / VISA - CARD TWO 19.99 / VISA - CARD THREE 288.75 VISA - CARD FOUR 317.84 / VISA (CARD EIGHT) 119.86 / VISA 73.95 / VISA 12.11 WCS TELECOM 36.85 / WESTERN EMULSIONS, INC. 183,226.96 WEST PAYMENT CENTER 121.10 / WILLIAM C MATHEWS 30.00 WYOMING DEPT. OF WORKFORCE SERVICES 2,548.67 / WYOMING.COM 20.00 WYOMING DIVISION OF 128.00 / ORCHARD TRUST COMPANY 4,879.26 / WYOMING GAS 474.02 WYONET INC. 113.95 / WYO RETIREMENT SYSTEM 22,677.26 036-NCPERS GROUP LIFE INS. 272.00 / WY7SSMANN PSYCHOLOGICAL & COUNSELING 350.00 WYOMING DIVISION OF VICTIM SERVICES 133.00