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MINUTES OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING
July 7, 2009


- STATE OF WYOMING ) OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF
  ) COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
COUNTY OF HOT SPRINGS ) THERMOPOLIS WYOMING
    October 6, 2009
The Hot Springs County Board of Commissioners met in regular session on Tuesday, October 6, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in the Commissioners’ Room at the Courthouse. Present were Commissioners Brad W. Basse, John P. Lumley and Frank T. Manning. Also present were County Clerk Hans Odde and Administrative Assistant to the Commissioners Penny Herdt. Chairman Basse led those present in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Approval of Agenda
John P. Lumley made a motion to approve the agenda as presented. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Approve Minutes
Frank T. Manning made a motion to approve the minutes of September 1, 15, and 30, 2009 as presented. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Approve Bills
The following bills were submitted for approval: (see attached) Payroll for September, 2009 was $156,158.56.
Youth Alternatives Monthly Report
Youth Alternatives Director Bob Wyss has been notified that the VOA Grant has been extended until September 30, 2010. He has 11 participants in the program at this time. Director Wyss will be attending two-day probation training with DFS in Cheyenne and a one-day mandatory Forms and Reports training in Lander this month. He has joined the Vocational Board at the High School this fall. The Commissioners asked Director Wyss to attend their Four County meeting on October 14th to participate in a discussion of Juvenile Justice Alternatives and issues. Director Wyss presented his third quarter grant draw down request in the amount of $5,338.88. John P. Lumley moved to approve the VAO/OJJDP “Non-Participating State” Grant Reimbursement Request in the amount of $5,338.88. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Maintenance Monthly Report
Maintenance Supervisor Chuck Carver reported that he spent the last month revamping his snow-removal equipment for the winter. There are still some issues with the Mag-Lock system in the Law Enforcement Center. The system factory representative will be here soon to correct the problem. Mr. Carver has scheduled “pre-installation training” and a “post-installation inspection” with the lock system manufacturer for the Public Health/Government Annex building. Chairman Basse discussed the Stimulus Energy Conservation Grants and the availability of funds from Rocky Mountain Power for the match money for lighting retrofits under these grants. Mr. Carver will continue to work on identifying eligible projects preparatory to the January application deadline.
Road & Bridge Monthly Report
Road & Bridge Supervisor Jim Skelton reported that work is progressing on Road 19. All right-of-way questions have been resolved, and Wyo-Ben will determine the centerline so that the Road & Bridge department can blade up the road, install culverts and lay some rock in the rough areas discussed in Monday’s work session with the County Planner. Five cattle guards

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have been replaced on Grass Creek Road as part of the 2009 USFS/BLM road project. The 2010 project will involve replacing pipes and culverts on Grass Creek Road
    Supervisor Skelton indicated that the Road & Bridge is nearly out of W-Grade gravel and that they have several roads in need of top dressing with this material. Mr. Skelton asked the Commissioners if it would be possible for them to come up with $200,000 for gravel crushing to obtain the W-Base material. The crushing project money was originally anticipated to use funds left over from the Cold Mix project this summer, but there were no funds left at the end of that project. Clerk Odde stated that a mid-year budget amendment would be necessary to move funds from the reserve account to the Road & Bridge accounts if the Commissioners decided on that course of action. The Commissioners agreed to take Mr. Skelton’s request under consideration. Mr. Skelton also reminded the Commissioners of the need to develop a resolution regarding billing the landowners for the cattle guard and the sill when the county installs a cattle guard.
    Clerk Odde presented utility license agreements from Axtell Ranches and Randy & Violet Olsen for the Commissioners’ approval. Supervisor Skelton stated that he has reviewed both of these agreements and found them acceptable. Frank T. Manning moved to approve the Utility License Agreement between Hot Springs County and Axtell Ranches for a water line crossing Buffalo Creek Road. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried. John P. Lumley moved to approve the Utility License Agreement between Hot Springs County and Randall W. Olsen for a water line and power line crossing County Road 25. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
    Chairman Basse asked Supervisor Skelton to begin working on an update of the county’s Utility Licensing Agreement form.
School Resource Officer
Sheriff Lou Falgoust introduced the new School Resource Officer, Gary Sikes. Sheriff Falgoust indicated that the department is looking at a 2009/2010 4-door Dodge Charger as the vehicle for Deputy Sikes. Prices are being obtained from the GSA and various in-state vendors for the vehicle. The Commissioners instructed Sheriff Falgoust to proceed with the purchase of the vehicle at the best available price, taking into consideration the 5% in-state vendor preference requirement. The Memorandum of Understanding between Hot Springs County and the School District is under review by the County Attorney at this time. Sheriff Falgoust and Chairman Basse will meet with Superintendent Kobza in the near future to discuss ways which the school district might assist with funding for the SRO vehicle.
County Planner Monthly Report
County Planner Lee Campbell reviewed items discussed during the work session with the Road & Bridge department last week.
    County Road 19 – Need to acquire a 60’ easement in the county’s name on a one mile stretch between the BLM land and the Red Hole. John P. Lumley moved to authorize Planner Campbell to proceed with an application to the BLM for an easement across Sections 32 and 33 for County Road 19. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
    County Road 10E – Punteney Flat segment – County does not appear to have a valid easement across the Pennoyer land per the County Planner and land man Ernie Bunn. A legal review of the situation is recommended. The Commissioners asked Planner Campbell to contact the County Attorney prior to hiring outside counsel to perform the legal review.
    Nakamura/Riverside Bluffs Subdivision – Paul Blough, Attorney for the applicant, has contacted Chairman Basse to determine what requirements need to be met before the subdivision application is resubmitted to the Land Use Planning Board. After discussion, the Commissioners asked Planner Campbell to work with County Attorney Jerry Williams to draft a letter outlining the specific steps to be completed by the applicant prior to submission of a new

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application to the Land Use Planning Board, and send it to Mr. Blough as soon as possible. The Commissioners strongly urged Planner Campbell to work with the Land Use Planning Board to develop a County Subdivision Checklist for use by this and all future subdivision applicants in the county.
Consider Sponsorship of South Thermopolis Water & Sewer District Grant Application
South Thermopolis Water & Sewer District representatives Dave Denton and Boyd Moon appeared before the Commissioners to request sponsorship of a Community Development Block Grant application in the amount of $300,000-$500,000 for the District’s water project. The Commissioners were amenable to the request, but did have some questions about their ability to sponsor more than one grant per funding cycle. Mr. Moon indicated that this grant application would be for the next funding cycle. Clerk Odde will clarify the situation with Lea Bruscino of the Wyoming Business Council and report back to Mr. Denton.
Lodging Tax Board Request
Lodging Tax Board representatives Carl Leyba, Jim Mills and Harvey Seidel appeared to request $75,000.00 in additional funding from the Commissioners to make up for the shortfall in their budget resulting from their inability to collect lodging tax during July, August and September this year after the lodging tax expired. A special election was held in May, 2009 to reinstate the lodging tax, and the issue passed, but timing issues prevented the Lodging Tax from being reinstated until October 1, 2009. After considerable discussion, the Commissioners agreed to investigate the possibility of a loan to the Lodging Tax Board for the necessary funds, but pointed out that the Lodging Tax Board has had a year to come up with a solution to this problem and has not done so. The Lodging Tax Board was encouraged to explore other means of meeting their shortfall (budget cuts, etc.) to keep the required loan amount as small as possible. The Board will return in December with a closer estimate of their needs.
Library Board Appointment
Clerk Odde presented the only application received for the Library Board opening created by Wade Redmon’s resignation. John P. Lumley moved to appoint Barb Vietti to fill the unexpired term of Wade Redmon on the Library Board, effective immediately. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried. Ms. Vietti will be notified of her appointment by mail.
Consider Public Health TANF Grant Agreement
Public Health Nurse Bree Gerber presented the Contract between Wyoming DFS and the Hot Springs County Commissioners for the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Community Partnership Initiative (TANF/CPI) Grant for the Commissioners’ signature. This grant is for $41,500.00 and covers the period October 1, 2009 through September 30, 2010. County Attorney Jerry Williams has reviewed and approved the contract. John P. Lumley moved to sign the contract between the Wyoming Department of Family Services and the Hot Springs County Commissioners for the period October 1, 2009 through September 30, 2010, in the amount of $41,500.00. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Consider Public Health H1N1 Contract Agreement
Public Health Nurse Bree Gerber presented the H1N1 Phase I & II County Public Health Contract for the Commissioners’ signature. This grant is for $38,605.00 and covers the period October 1, 2009 through September 30, 2010. County Attorney Jerry Williams has reviewed and approved the contract. Frank T. Manning moved to sign the contract between the Public Health Emergency Preparedness Program and the Hot Springs County Public Health for the period October 1, 2009 through September 30, 2010, in the amount of $38,605.00. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried. Ms. Gerber also informed the Commissioners

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that Phase III money for H1N1 Preparedness in the amount of approximately $89,000.00 has been awarded to the County, but the contract agreement has not been received yet.
Hot Springs County Hall of Fame
Dick Hall and Cathy Wallingford appeared before the Commissioners to report on the HSC Hall of Fame. Mr. Hall indicated that, although the Commissioners were being asked to sponsor the Hall of Fame, it would actually be run through the Chamber of Commerce as it needs to be affiliated with a 501-3c organization in order to solicit contributions. The Hall’s main fundraising activity will be sales of a souvenir program featuring the honorees and the Commissioners, as well as various county and community organizations. The first annual Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will be held on January 16, 2009, at the Days Inn. Mr. Hall has plans to display pictures of the honorees in the halls of the Courthouse. Mr. Hall then presented the list of the initial honorees to the Commissioners. John P. Lumley moved to sign a proclamation establishing Colonel Tim McCoy, Governor Dave Freudenthal, Chief Justice Bart Voigt, former State Treasurer Stan Smith and Karl Allen as the initial inductees to the Hot Springs County Hall of Fame. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Citizen Recognition – Pat McClintock
The County Commissioners presented a certificate of recognition to Mrs. Pat McClintock in appreciation of her 49 years of outstanding service to the citizens of Hot Springs County. Pat’s daughter will be here November 6 to help her move to her new home in a retirement community in southern California.
Airport Pavement Maintenance Project
Dusty Spomer with GDA Architects reviewed the problems with a previous overlay project which led to the necessity for Change Order #2. The Change order is for additional mobilization costs only, as there is enough remaining mastic to complete the repairs. John P. Lumley moved to approve State Project #THP-04A Change Order #2 in the amount of $3,000.00. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried. Mr. Spomer reported that, due to the significant cost under run on the project, the grant is being held open until next spring in case there are any issues that crop up over the winter that must be addressed in the spring. Clerk Odde presented Airport Pavement Maintenance Project Draw Down Request #3 in the amount of $87,571.00 for the Commissioners’ approval. Frank T. Manning moved to approve Airport Pavement Maintenance Project Draw Down Request #3 in the amount of $87,571.00. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Other Business:
Road & Bridge Shop Addition Project Draw Down Request #3 – Clerk Odde presented Road & Bridge Shop Project Draw Down Request #3 in the amount of $38,361.33. Frank T. Manning moved to approve Road & Bridge Shop Addition Draw Down Request #3 in the amount of $38,361.33. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Discussion: Chairman Basse recused himself from voting due to his status as subcontractor on the project. Motion carried.
Search & Rescue/AEOC Building Project Draw Down Request #3 – Clerk Odde presented Search & Rescue/AEOC Building Draw Down Request #3 in the amount of $78,434.68. John P. Lumley moved to approve Search & Rescue/AEOC Building Draw Down Request #3 in the amount of $78,434.68. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Discussion: Chairman Basse recused himself from voting due to his status as subcontractor on the project. Motion carried.
Public Health/Government Annex Building Project Draw Down Request #13 – Clerk Odde presented Public Health/Government Annex Building Draw Down Request #13 in the amount of $179,839.01. Frank T. Manning moved to approve Public Health/Government Annex Building Draw Down Request #13 in the amount of $179,839.01. John P. Lumley seconded the motion.

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Discussion: Chairman Basse recused himself from voting due to his status as subcontractor on the project. Clerk Odde indicated that the complete pay application from Groathouse is available for viewing in his office—the SLIB board does not wish to have the full application submitted with each draw down request. Motion carried.
Rec Center Feasibility Study Draw Down Request #6 - Clerk Odde presented Draw Dow Request #6 for the Rec Center Planning Grant in the amount of $890.00. Clerk Odde stated that this would be the final draw down request for this project. The project is complete and came in under budget. John P. Lumley moved to approve Recreation Center Planning Grant Draw Down Request #6 in the amount of $890.00. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried
Fairgrounds HVAC Proposal – Clerk Odde presented a proposal for the installation of four rooftop units at the Fair Building from Steve’s Plumbing and Heating. The Commissioners instructed Clerk Odde to check with Fair Board personnel on the status of the project and report back.
Government Annex Furniture Design and Selection Proposal – Clerk Odde presented a Furniture Design & Selection proposal from Plan 1 Architects for furnishing the new Public Health/Government Annex building. Planning and design services would not exceed $3,000 plus normal reimbursable expenses. Frank T. Manning moved to accept Plan1’s Hot Springs County Government Annex Building Furniture Design & Selection Professional Services Proposal for an amount not to exceed $3,000.00 plus normal reimbursable expenses. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Discussion: Clerk Odde will be replaced with Vice-Chairman Lumley as a signer of the proposal. Motion carried.
Bighorn Basin Mutual Aid Agreement – Clerk Odde presented the Bighorn Basin Mutual Aid Agreement between Hot Springs, Washakie, Park, Big Horn and Fremont counties for the Commissioners’ signature. John P. Lumley moved to sign the agreement. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried. Clerk Odde will forward the agreement to Park County for completion.
EQC Lawsuit Review – This item was tabled until the October 20, 2009 meeting.
Metz Land Trade – County Assessor Shelley Deromedi appeared before the Commissioners to discuss an issue brought to her attention by a local land owner. It appears the landowner and the Board of County Commissioners agreed in 1995 to trade a couple of parcels of land within the county. However, the trade was never recorded in the Clerk’s office. Ms. Deromedi is continuing to investigate the matter and will report back to the Commissioners. No action was required on the Commissioners’ part at this time.
Correspondence
Library Board Minutes
Hospital Board Minutes
Owl Creek Engineering – Lane 3 IRP Grant Status – Grant application has been approved in the amount of $650,000.00. The grant agreement is currently being reviewed by the State Attorney General’s Office and should be arriving in the next week or so.
HSC Farm Bureau – Comments on EQC lawsuit
County Treasurer – Monthly Budget Reports
Margo Sabec – Economic Analysis Bill – Draft
Executive Session
Frank T. Manning made a motion to enter Executive Session for reasons of personnel matters and real estate at 2:30 p.m. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried. Frank T. Manning made a motion to leave Executive Session at 3:10 p.m. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried. No action was taken during or as a result of the Executive Session.
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Adjournment
There being no further business to come before the Board, John P. Lumley moved to adjourn at 3:10 p.m. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Attest:


Brad W. Basse, Chairman Hans Odde, Clerk to the Board

     
Attachment
September, 2009 Bills
MATTHEW BENDER & CO.,INC. 185.93KONE INC. 312.00
NATIONAL SHERIFF'S ASSOCIATION 50.00HASCO INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY 43.65
WaR, INC. 17,586.20WASHAKIE COUNTY 150.00
RANEE L. GONSALEZ 221.00S & H GLASS, INC. 35.00
D & D MACHINE, INC. 121.70HOT SPRINGS COUNTY CPR CHAPTER 35.00
WY ASSOC. OF SHERIFFS & CHIEFS 250.00AFLAC 640.05
STATE OF WYOMING - A&I 72.06ANITA WEISBECK 325.15
ATLAS OFFICE PRODUCTS, INC. 465.01BARTON STAM 101.20
BASIN MECHANICAL, INC. 13,800.00BIG HORN WATER 85.50
BIG HORN ENERGY 165.00BLAIR'S SUPER MARKET 385.52
BOBBY J. COPLEN 30.00BOYD R MOON 34.40
BRAD W. BASSE 316.96BRENDA G. PETERMAN 35.50
BROKERS NATIONAL LIFE 433.30BUSY BEE'S PRINTING 195.61
CARDINAL HEALTH 282.71CARSON L. YETTER 68.80
CHRISTINA D JOINER 30.00CHRISTOPHER S STOLZER 30.00
THERMOPOLIS HARDWARE 392.69COLONIAL SUPPLEMENTAL INS. 284.70
VERIZON WIRELESS 60.97VERIZON WIRELESS 183.14
VERIZON WIRELESS 64.80VERIZON WIRELESS 265.59
VERIZON WIRELESS 36.88COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES 190.00
CREATIVE PRODUCT SOURCING, INC. 124.72CURTIS L RUSH 33.30
CYNTHIA R FISHBAUGH 34.95DANIEL L BARE 43.75
DATAPRINT CORPORATION 290.95DAWN M FISH 30.00
DEBRA DONAHUE 70.94DICK M. DICKESON 36.60
DOMHOFF POTTERY 28.00DON'S IGA 232.53
DON'S IGA 69.53DONNA L. ROBERTS 30.00
DORIS ANN READY 119.80DOWL HKM 4,725.00
D.R.A. SERVICES LLC 5,031.95DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES, INC. 550.90
ECONO SIGNS LLC 427.65ELLEN BAIRD 74.30
ELLEN L HENKE 30.00EXPRESS POLICE SUPPLY, INC 1,584.81
FEDEX 20.15FLEETWOOD FINANCIAL CORP. 3,692.68
SHELL FLEET PLUS PROCESSING CENTER 65.76PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 35,690.90
FOOD SERVICES OF AMERICA 1,530.12FRANK T. MANNING 309.94
FRANDSON SAFETY INC. 10.00FRED HANSON CONSTRUCTION, INC. 5,527.06
GARY R. BENSON 30.00GALLES FILTER SERVICE, INC. 32.87
GDA ENGINEERS 16,648.33GLEN W THOMAS 30.00
GROATHOUSE CONSTRUCTION, INC. 198,844.00GROATHOUSE CONSTRUCTION RETENTION 22,094.00
H & H DOCUMENT SOLUTIONS 311.49H & H DOCUMENT SOLUTIONS 167.91
HOLIDAY INN OF LARAMIE 496.12HOT SPRINGS CONSERVATION DISTRICT 30,000.00
HOT SPRINGS COUNTY TREASURER 358.09HOT SPRINGS COUNTY HEALTH INS ACCT 53,448.30
HOT SPRINGS CO. SCHOOL DIST #1 9,120.95HUMAN RESOURCE COUNCIL 7.50
INDEPENDENT RECORD 1,336.74INDOFF INC. 287.03
INFLATABLE TECHNOLOGIES 2,800.00INTEGRA INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES 73.70
JADECO, INC. 7,525.00JAIME S DUVALL 30.00
JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERIFF 18.12JERRY D. WILLIAMS 389.25
JESSICA BANSEMER 66.60JILL JACOBSON 25.00
JOHN LUMLEY 117.25JODY A. CARTER 30.00
JOHN NOVAKOVICH 30.00JOHN F SUSICH 60.00
JO ANN MYERS 30.00JOSEPHINE NELSON 66.60
JULIE MORTIMORE 19.05KARA L HULSE 30.00
KEN W RALSTON 37.70KEVIN L KOLAR 30.00
KNAPP SUPPLY & EQUIPMENT CO. 162.30KRISTINA D. MCNEFF 61.43
LARRY W. DICKINSON 60.00LARRY G. IRELAND 30.00
JANET M GRIMM 30.00LONNIE GERHARTER 33.30
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MAARET MCCAULEY 15.00MARILYN BRAATEN 30.00
MARY GORDON 383.27MAXWELL PRODUCTS INC. 80,652.42
MBA OF WYOMING 32,074.79MEADOW GOLD DAIRY 258.11
MELISSA TJEPKES 30.00MERCK & CO., INC. 1,504.09
MESSENGER & JUROVICH, P.C. 130.00MICKEYJEAN FORD 339.32
MICHEAL R. BAKER 79.80MOORE MEDICAL, LLC 26.99
NACCTFO TREASURER 60.00NIELSEN OIL CO., INC. 1,289.86
NORTH 40 RANCH 67.20NORTH PARK TRANSPORTATION CO. 176.33
O'REILLY AUTO PARTS 3.99THE OFFICE SHOP, INC 180.45
OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY OF CASPER,INC 183.75OWL CREEK GRAPHICS 54.96
OWL LUMBER INC. 63.53ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 3,693.61
PAMIDA 19.65PATRICIA A. EHLERS 60.00
PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 465.98PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 1.35
PENNY T. HERDT 365.65PIZZA HUT 50.97
PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 24.40PLAN ONE/ARCHITECTS 5,551.98
PLAINSMAN PRINTING & SUPPLY 884.85POSTMASTER 634.00
QUARTERMASTER, INC. 59.95QUALITY INN 70.00
QWEST 655.34REDMON LAW OFFICES 3,479.80
RECOVERY SYSTEMS 712.15GORRELL & HOPKINSON, P.C. 743.33
REDLAND,RICK D. 77.60RIVERBEND SHEETMETAL, LLC 288.90
ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 7,045.00ROXANNE M BAIRD 74.30
ROBERT R ADEN 30.00ROBERT J ROLLINGS 30.00
ROY DECKER & SONS INC. 75,000.00RT COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 1,888.33
SANDRA L BAKER 655.00SANDRA S YETTER 30.00
SANOFI PASTEUR, INC. 4,067.61SARAH D COX 30.00
SARA M MCMARTIN 30.00SCOTT MILLER CONSTRUCTION 45,880.00
SELINA I SCHNEIDER 30.00SHANE R. LOVE 60.00
SHASTA M SHAFER 30.00SHOSHONE OFFICE SUPPLY 43.53
SMILEMAKERS 59.53SNOWCREST CHEMICALS 353.75
THE STANDARD INS. CO. 1,380.28STEVEN P RADABAUGH 39.90
THE STOREHOUSE 40.00SUSAN R. CHOPPING 60.00
TEAM LABORATORY CHEMICAL CORP. 704.36TED NOVAKOVICH, JR 38.80
TEEPEE POOLS 394.00C.O.T. ENTERPRISE,INC. 10.00
THERMOPOLIS HARDWARE 325.34TITAN MACHINERY 2,600.00
TOM TSCHIFFELY 30.00TOWN OF THERMOPOLIS 38,866.32
TRAVELING COMPUTERS, INC. 7,015.98TRAVIS G PAHL 30.00
TRENDA L MOORE 46.50TRI COUNTY TELEPHONE ASSOC,INC 333.65
VERIZON WIRELESS 44.26VICKLUND PHARMACY 990.71
VICKLUND CAR CLINIC, INC. 66.35VICKI MULDOON 180.00
VICKI M. NICHOLS 56.50VINCENT KENEL 94.96
VISA - CARD ONE 189.05VISA - CARD TWO 351.92
VISA - CARD FOUR 998.25VISA - CARD FIVE 123.07
VISA - CARD SIX 8.68VISA 334.31
VISA 392.34VISA 376.02
VISA 255.83WCS TELECOM 359.63
WHITE HORSE COUNTRY STORE 80.54WILLIAM D BASTY 60.00
WILLIAM KURTIS STRUEMKE 48.06EMPLOYMENT TAX DIVISION 2,209.43
WYOMING PEACE OFFICERS ASSOC. 95.00WYOMING BEHAVIORAL INSTITUTE 1,370.00
WYOMING.COM 20.00WYOMING DIVISION OF 346.00
ORCHARD TRUST COMPANY 5,830.00WYOMING GAS 341.44
WYONET INC. 113.95WYO RETIREMENT SYSTEM 18,060.40
036-NCPERS GROUP LIFE INS. 288.00
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