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MINUTES OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING
October 7, 2008


- STATE OF WYOMING ) OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF
  ) COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
COUNTY OF HOT SPRINGS ) THERMOPOLIS WYOMING
    October 7, 2008
The Hot Springs County Board of Commissioners met in regular session on Tuesday, October 7, 2008, 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 was County Clerk Hans Odde, Hot Springs County and Prosecuting Attorney Jerry D. Williams, and Administrative Assistant to the Commissioners Penny Herdt.

Chairman Brad W. Basse led those present in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Approval of Agenda
John P. Lumley made a motion to approve the agenda with the following corrections:
ADD:
CORRESPONDENCE:
OTHER BUSINESS:

13. Weed & Pest Board Minutes
2. Terracon Asbestos Study Report – Public Health Bldg
6. Support Letter to WDEQ – Economic Analysis For ISWMP—Thermopolis Landfill
7. Draw down Request #1 – Public Health Building
Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Approval of Minutes
Frank T. Manning moved to approve the minutes of the September 2, 2008, regular meeting and the September 19, 2008, special meeting, as written. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Approve Bills
The following bills were submitted for approval: (see attached) Payroll for September, 2008, was $157,427.85
Emergency Management Monthly Report
Reverse 911 System - Emergency Management Coordinator Bill Gordon presented a proposal from CodeRED Emergency Notification Systems to provide a Reverse 911 system to notify all county residents in the event of a major incident for the Commissioners’ approval. Mr. Gordon reviewed the system’s specifications, requirements and benefits. Mr. Gordon sees the major benefits of this system as being the fact that the county will not have any responsibility for the hardware, software, phone lines, staffing costs, or maintenance of the system. He reported that Laramie and Uinta counties are currently using this system and are quite pleased with it. Annual cost of the system is $5000.00, and will not increase as long as the contract remains in effect. After discussion, John P. Lumley moved to sign the proposal with CodeRED Emergency Notification Systems at an annual cost of $5,000.00, to be taken out of the Emergency Expenditures budget. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Public Safety Interoperable Communications (PSIC) Grant – Mr. Gordon reported the funds breakdown of the grant as follows: $122,462.11 – Award Amount, $29,084.75 – County Match , $6123.11 – Training Funds rebated to State for Statewide Interoperable Training, for a total award amount of $145,423.75. Mr. Gordon stated that the funds for the County Match portion of the grant would be available from the State portion of the WYO-Link Public Safety Answering Point Grant if the Commissioners chose to do so. Frank T. Manning moved to approve the PSIC grant with the 5% Training Fund rebate. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
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Road & Bridge Monthly Report
    Road & Bridge Foreman Jim Skelton reported that the cattle guard leading to East River Road in the State Park is being installed today. The State Park has purchased the cattle guard, and the county is providing the installation.
    The four mile pipe project on Grass Creek has been completed, but Mr. Skelton reported that $868.00 worth of pipe had been stolen sometime last week. Law enforcement will be notified.
    Mr. Skelton told the Commissioners that he is applying to the State for reimbursement for use of the magnesium chloride stabilizer on county roads impacted by industry – namely Grass Creek, Black Mountain, Kirby Creek and possibly Sand Draw Roads. The county can be reimbursed for up to 80% of the cost of the stabilizer used on such roads.
    Kirby Creek Road work is winding up for the season. It will be finished next spring. Work on the Lake Creek slough is progressing. Mr. Skelton reported that it will probably be necessary to rent a track hoe to complete the work. The cost of the rental will probably be split between the county, the landowner and the oil company involved.
Courthouse Monthly Report
Maintenance Supervisor Chuck Carver reported that the Courthouse Roof project has been completed, and the final manufacturer’s walk-through inspection should take place in the next couple of weeks. The new air vents have been installed and will be run by a timer. Eventually these vents may be hooked into the HVAC system and controlled through the computer interface.
Planning Monthly Report
County Road 19 Issues – County Planner Lee Campbell presented the Commissioners with a letter from a resident in the County Road 19 area for their review. Mr. Campbell reported that there will be a meeting with the County Attorney’s Office on October 8, 2008, at 10:00 a.m. to present the ongoing research regarding Road 19 to assist the County Attorney’s Office in their review of the legal status of County Road 19. No action has been taken regarding County Road 19 at this time.
Shoshone Cooperating Agency Coalition (SCAC) - Mr. Campbell reported that the Shoshone Cooperating Agency Coalition is currently reviewing Judge Brimmer’s August ruling on the Shoshone National Forest Plan Revision and Roadless Area issues. According to Mr. Campbell, the ruling affirms the County’s status as a cooperating agency and appears to support re-opening certain wilderness areas to multiple use.
Flood Plain Permit Applications – Planner Campbell presented the Commissioners with the following Flood Plain Development Permit Applications, with a recommendation for approval for all the applications:
05-2008 – Morris & B. Yetter
06-2008 – Liz Weed;
07-2008 – Bret Jones
09-2008 – Ernie Mecca;
10--2008 – Rob & Pat Maschke
Details of the applications are available at the County Planner’s office. John P. Lumley moved to approve each application. Frank T. Manning seconded the motions. Motions carried.
Tax Rebates & Supplementals
County Assessor Shelley Deromedi presented the following rebates to the County Commissioners for approval:
Rebate #Parcel #RW #NameValueTaxes
09-083842R0000288Riverside Management,Inc.2,587.00$197.13
13-083552R0001638Weed, ElizabethRLWID$100.00
14-082375R0001446Hill, James M & Karen L7,190.00$511.93
15-085644R0001445Hill, James M & Karen L768.00$5.42
16-082146R0000770Gee Family Trust11,404.00$868.98
17-08323R0002129Big Springs Spa, Inc.5,834.00$444.55
18-084045R0003054Wright, J. D.1,140.00$81.17
19-084309R0005603Gear, W Michael & Kathleen27,040.00$1,925.24


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20-084052R0000781Silver Rev Trust3,053.00$232.64
21-084053R0000782Silver Rev Trust3,053.00$232.64
22-084054R0000783Silver Rev Trust3,053.00$232.64
23-084055R0000784Silver Rev Trust3,053.00$232.64
24-084056R0000785Silver Rev Trust3,297.00$251.23
25-084057R0000786Silver Rev Trust3,053.00$232.64
26-081946R0000221Mangus % Straley 2,556.00$194.77
27-081511R0000319Riverside Management Inc9,056.00$690.07
28-081996R0002275Parkview Investments LLC 4,591.00$349.84
29-081997R0002272Parkview Investments LLC4,591.00$349.84
30-082420R0000434McDonald, Patrick, Et al64.00$4.88
31-082143R0000151Lawson, Barbara1,191.00$90.75
32-081624R0002104Steinle, John A & Wanda L44.00$3.36
33-082594R0001913Brandt %Bowman, Matthew6,641.00$506.04
34-083054R0003060Prospect Land & Cattle LLC11,605.00$828.26
35-083057R0003113Prospect Land & Cattle LLC3,492.00$248.63
36-08608R0003148Spring Gulch Cattle Company7,211.00$513.42
37-084380P0005792Myers Drilling Inc25,286.00$1,800.36
38-08743R0003133Snyder, D Roger & Lois Gene6,840.00$487.01
155,106.00$11,616.08
Full details of these rebates are available in the Assessor’s Office. John P. Lumley moved to approve the rebates as presented. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried. Assessor Deromedi reported the following supplementals were processed through her office:
1. Wind River Quarry – A Wyoming Corporation – Parcel #1552, RealWare #P0001083. Late personal property reporting resulted in the addition of a forklift valued at 2454. Supplemental taxes in the amount of $194.36
2. MGSY Corporation – Parcel #4411, RealWare #P0006003. MGSY filed a later personal property report showing equipment in tax district 0101 for 2008, resulting in a supplemental value of 146. Supplemental taxes in the amount of $11.56.
3. Wind River Quarry – Parcel #5194, RealWare #C94401501011. 2007 limestone production on Group #98275. Wind River Quarry filed late original return on this mine in response to a delinquency notice from DOR, resulting in underassessment of 58,337. Supplemental taxes are in the amount of $4,620.29
Building Security Issues/County No Smoking Policy
    Sheriff Lou Falgoust, Detention Supervisor Dan Pebbles, Police Chief Mark Nelson and Dispatch Supervisor Bill Gordon appeared at the Commissioners’ request to discuss building security issues and enforcement of the County’s No Smoking Policy.
    Commissioners expressed concern over access to the Joint Law Enforcement Center due to a door that should be kept closed being left open on a regular basis. Law enforcement officials stated the door will be kept closed at all times when not being used in the future.
    Commissioners expressed concern that anecdotal evidence strongly suggests that the No Smoking Policy covering the Courthouse, Law Enforcement Center, and surrounding campus established

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by Resolution #2006-02 is not being consistently enforced. HSC Tobacco Prevention Program Manager Becky Mortimore reminded all present of the many options and programs available through her office for smokers who would like assistance with their efforts to quit smoking. Law enforcement officials agreed to reiterate the No Smoking Policy within their departments and step up enforcement efforts.
Public Health Nurse Monthly Report
Maternal & Family Health Capacity Grant – Public Health Nurse Bree Gerber presented the contract for the Maternal & Family Health Capacity Grant in the amount of $18,400.00 for the Commissioners’ signature. Frank T. Manning moved to approve the grant contract for signature. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Temporary Assistance For Needy Families Community Partnership Initiative (TANF/CPI) Grant – Ms. Gerber presented the TANF/CPI grant contract in the amount of $41,500.00 for the Commissioners’ signature. John P. Lumley moved to approve the grant contract for signature. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
HSC/Thermopolis Economic Development Corporation Monthly Report
Red Rock Business Park - HSC/Thermopolis EDC Director Lorraine Quarberg presented Commissioners with Draw Down Request #18 in the amount of $25,889.00. The County’s share is $2071.00. Chairman Basse recused himself from discussion and voting due to his status as a subcontractor on this project. John P. Lumley moved to approve Draw Down Request #18 in the amount of $23,818.00. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried. Ms. Quarberg indicated that advertising for final payment to the contractor (JTL) on Phase I will begin this week. Landscaping remains to be finished. Tony Larsen will be handling the maintenance of the Business Park. Phase II has just a few small items remaining to be completed before the process of closing out the project can begin.

Community Assessment – Director Quarberg reminded the Commissioners that the Listening Sessions for the Five Year Update on the Community-Wide Assessment will be conducted on October 14, 15 and 16 at various locations throughout Thermopolis, and encouraged all present to participate in at least one of the sessions. The initial Update Report is expected to be received some time in December, with the public meeting to disseminate the results and identify community goals expected to be held in January or February of 2009.

Business Ready Committed Grant (BRCG) – Vast Manufacturing – Director Quarberg indicated that Vast Manufacturing has expressed an interest in applying for a BRCG to purchase the building they are currently leasing for their operations in Thermopolis. The County would be the sponsoring entity for this grant, and Vast would be responsible for any required matching funds. She will present a timeline for this grant application at the Board of Commissioners meeting on October 21, 2008.
Youth Alternatives Monthly Report and Draw Down Request
    Youth Alternatives Director Bob Wyss reported that he currently has 14 participants in the program, with 4 expected to graduate in the next couple of weeks. Mr. Wyss stated that attendance at the First Lady’s Initiative Family Game Night dinner in September greatly exceeded expectations, leading to consideration of a Family Fitness Night and/or a Family Dance Night to be held in the future.
    Director Wyss discussed a meeting he attended in Lander with County Attorney Jerry Williams to discuss new juvenile justice programs being proposed and implemented throughout the state under Assistant to the Governor Gary Hartman. Mr. Wyss feels that our current programs fit quite well with Mr. Hartman’s plans and objectives.
    Director Wyss notified the Commissioners that he received a phone call indicating that the Volunteers of America Grant application has been fully funded at $44,020.00. Mr. Wyss then presented Draw Down Request #15 for the current WCCA/OJJDP Grant. John P. Lumley moved to approve DDR #15 in the amount of $984.06 for the WCCA/OJJDP “Non-Participating” State Grant #2006-JF-FX-K002. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Property Tax Issue
    Citizen Jack Piazzisi appeared before the Commissioners to discuss a property tax issue. Mr. Piazzisi indicated that he had never received his property tax estimate in the spring. When he received his tax bill in the fall, he wished to appeal the assessment, but was informed by the County Assessor that the appeal period had passed. Mr. Piazzisi wanted to know if he had any recourse for this year’s tax

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assessment. Chairman Basse and Assessor Deromedi reviewed the assessment and appeal procedure and informed Mr. Piazzisi that there were no options for review of this year’s assessment.
Big Spring Protection Issues
    County Planner Lee Campbell and Board Member Larry Bentley appeared before the Commissioners to report on the Land Use Planning Board meeting held last week. The State Parks and Cultural Resources Commission has begun investigating claims that water from the free flowing wells is not being put to beneficial use, and the possibility that flows from the Big Spring are decreasing. Mr. Campbell and Mr. Bentley stated that there are things that could be done about these issues on a county level as well as a state level, and asked the Commissioners if they were in favor of the Land Use Planning Board beginning work on drafting a Hot Springs Protection Amendment to the Land Use Plan. The Commissioners felt that this was an important issue and asked that the Land Use Planning Board begin work on it immediately, reporting back at regular intervals as progress is made.
Christmas Committee
     Nancy Madrigal and Chuck Carver appeared before the Commissioners to request approval for purchase of lights and decorations to finish the Courthouse lighting display that was started last year. After discussion, John P. Lumley moved to approve purchase of the lights and decorations in the amount of $3476.00. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Review Construction Manager At Risk (CMAR) Proposals
    Chairman Brad Basse and County Clerk Hans Odde explained the Construction Manager At Risk process which is being used in the construction of the new Public Health/Government Annex Building. Chairman Basse then declared a conflict of interest due to his firm’s intention to bid on certain portions of the project, and recused himself from the entire CMAR selection process. Clerk Odde presented proposals received from the following firms: Mid-Valley General Contractors, Groathouse Construction, Sletten Construction of Wyoming, L.M. Olsen, and TSP Architecture/Engineering/Construction. Commissioners Lumley and Manning, Clerk Odde, and Public Health Nurse Bree Gerber will meet on 10/08/08 to discuss the proposals and interviews will be conducted on 10/14/08. Final selection and announcement of the CMAR will be done at the regular Board of County Commissioners meeting on 10/21/08.
Other Business
Courthouse Server Replacement - County Clerk Hans Odde reviewed the server problem experienced by the courthouse on 09/30/08. Due to the age of the current server, replacement of the server has been recommended. Clerk Odde presented a bid from Traveling Computers, Inc. for a new server and necessary software in the amount of $3,898.00. Frank T. Manning moved to purchase a new server and necessary software from TCI in the amount of $3,898.00 with funds to come from the Courthouse Equipment budget. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Public Health/Government Annex Project – Clerk Odde reviewed the Soils Survey report from Inberg Miller on the Public Health Building site. The full report is available for viewing at the County Clerk’s office. Clerk Odde reviewed the Asbestos Survey from Terracon on the old church to be removed from the Public Health Building site. Asbestos has been identified in the building and Terracon is putting together a bid package for abatement. Estimated costs for abatement are in the area of $25,000.00. The abatement project will be put out for bid as soon as possible, with the bid opening set for the regular Board of County Commissioners meeting on 11/04/08. Clerk Odde reported that the Site survey has been completed and the final report is expected shortly.

Local Government Liability Pool Board Vacancies – Clerk Odde presented a letter calling for additional nominations for the County Commissioner position and the Special District Representative position on the Local Government Liability Pool Board (LGLPB). Chairman Basse has already been nominated by the LGLP Board for the County Commissioner position, and no further nominations were put forth by the Commissioners.

4-H Extension Educator Salary Agreement – Clerk Odde presented the Commissioners with the 4-H Extension Education Salary Agreement with the UW Cooperative Extension Service, which calls for the County to provide 50% of the salary for the 4-H Extension Educator position in Hot Springs County. John

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P. Lumley moved to approve the salary agreement in the amount $18,906.00. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Coffinberry Appeal Decision – Clerk Odde reported that the decision in favor of Hot Springs County in the Richard Coffinberry Airport Lawsuit has been upheld in the State Supreme Court. Integrated Solid Waste Management Plan Economic Analysis Support Letter – Clerk Odde presented a letter of county support to be submitted with the Town of Thermopolis’ Detailed Economic Analysis for Integrated Solid Waste Management Plan to the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality. Upon review, Frank T. Manning moved to approve the letter for signature. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Public Health /Government Annex Project - County Clerk Hans Odde presented Grant Draw Down Request #1 for the Public Health/Governmental Annex Project in the amount of $16,840.07. The county’s share of this amount is $3,742.44. John P. Lumley moved to approve Draw Down Request #1 in the amount of $13,098.53. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Correspondence
HSC Chamber of Commerce– Christmas Parade
Wyoming Dept. of RevenueValuation Change – Wind River Quarry
Sheriff’s DepartmentCatherine Crumpler Letter
PoliceOne.com News – Digital Upgrade
D.A.R.E. Recognition for Cindy Magelky
HSC Fair Board Minutes    
Big Horn Basin Resource Management Plan Revision Kickoff Meeting Notification
Wyoming Association of County OfficersResolutions passed at September Meeting
State Office of Homeland SecurityWyoming Court Security Act
Wyoming Court Security Commission Update to Wyoming
Joint Interim Judiciary Committee
Red Lane Watershed DistrictDistrict Boundaries & Easements Opinion
Completed SLIB Grant Application
HSC Library Board Minutes
HSC Assessor’s Office MemoBoundary Line Adjustments vs. Subdivision of Parcels
TEAL Grant Update
August Airport Traffic Count
Commissioners reviewed the foregoing correspondence. No action was required or taken.

There being no further business before the board at this time, John P. Lumley moved to adjourn the meeting. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Attest:


Brad W. Basse, Chairman Hans Odde, Clerk to the Board
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MATTHEW BENDER & CO.,INC. 324.60THERMOPOLIS - HOT SPRINGS 6,000.00
BREE GERBER 981.61BROKERS NATIONAL LIFE 385.70
BULLBERRY SYSTEMS, INC. 600.00BUSY BEE'S PRINTING 94.83
BW OF SHERIDAN CENTER 630.00CALIFORNIA CONTRACTORS 385.30
CARDINAL HEALTH 949.81RED ROCK FAMILY PRACTICE 382.00
THERMOPOLIS HARDWARE 243.86COLONIAL SUPPLEMENTAL INS. 284.70
VERIZON WIRELESS 51.35VERIZON WIRELESS 63.35
VERIZON WIRELESS 35.88VERIZON WIRELESS 240.99
VERIZON WIRELESS 36.78CINDY MAGELKY 152.10
CREATIVE PRODUCT SOURCING, INC. 942.76CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN LLC 8.73
DAVE SCHLAGER 33.78WORRALL & GREEAR, P.C. 729.83
DEBRA DONAHUE 62.30DELTA HOSPITAL SUPPLY, INC. 30.90
DON'S IGA 237.63DON'S IGA 218.60
D.R.A. SERVICES LLC 5,032.62DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES, INC. 62.52
THERMOPOLIS-HOT SPRINGS EDC 25,889.00ELECTION SYSTEMS & SOFTWARE 4,540.13
FARM PLAN 1,848.42FASTENERS INC. 49.76
FIRST RESOLUTION INVESTMENT CORP. 19.60FLEETWOOD FINANCIAL CORP. 3,692.68
SHELL FLEET PLUS PROCESSING CENTER 94.59PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 38,179.91
FOOD SERVICES OF AMERICA 1,565.19FRANK T. MANNING 21.55
FRED HANSON CONSTRUCTION, INC. 1,172.50GALLES FILTER SERVICE, INC. 53.94
CONSUMER'S MARKET, LLC 439.76H&H BUSINESS SYSTEMS INC. 234.26
BETH HELM 20.75RAMADA PLAZA RIVERSIDE 837.59
HONNEN EQUIPMENT CO. 194.58HOT SPRINGS COUNTY SCHOOL DIST. #1 105.32
HOT SPRINGS MUSEUM 24,336.25HOT SPRINGS COUNTY TREASURER 358.09
HOT SPRINGS COUNTY HEALTH INS ACCT 39,218.80HOT SPRINGS CO. SCHOOL DIST #1 15,939.93
R.L. HUDSON, LAND SURVEYOR 1,890.00INBERG-MILLER ENGINEERS 3,700.00
INDEPENDENT RECORD 1,172.47INDOFF INC. 354.13
INTEGRA INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES 68.81JADECO, INC. 166.37
JOHN LUMLEY 96.52JUDY M. CARSWELL 196.45
JULIE MORTIMORE 168.89KAREN SLOCUM 295.82
KNAPP SUPPLY & EQUIPMENT CO. 1,088.30KREISERS, INC. 66.02
KTHE RADIO 400.00JERRY LANGBEHN 193.64
LEE A. CAMPBELL 476.25LOUIS L. WALRATH 750.00
MAARET MCCAULEY 14.14MARY GORDON 155.29
MARLENE T. CHRISTOFFERSON 34.00MBA OF WYOMING 21,746.64
MEADOW GOLD DAIRY 294.94HOT SPRINGS CO. MEM. HOSPITAL 1,568.59
HOT SPRINGS COUNSELING SERVICE 9,174.89MESSENGER & JUROVICH, P.C. 4,839.25
MOORE MEDICAL CORPORATION 339.96NACCTFO TREASURER 60.00
NATIONAL CRIME PREVENTION COUNCIL 185.00NICHOLS CONSTRUCTION 4,551.39
NIELSEN OIL CO., INC. 15.00NORMONT EQUIPMENT CO. 768.46
O'REILLY AUTO PARTS 4.88O'REILLY AUTO PARTS 50.03
OWL CREEK ENGINEERING 1,122.00OWL CREEK GRAPHICS 293.07
ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 3,722.55PAMIDA 298.52
PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 139.62PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 336.52
PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 19.99PENNY HERDT 575.57
PLAN ONE/ARCHITECTS 6,781.67PLAINSMAN PRINTING & SUPPLY 813.24
POSTMASTER 957.90PREPAREDNESS INDUSTRIES, INC. 119.75
QUILL CORPORATION 176.85QWEST 1,318.00
R & B SUPPLY CO., INC. 244.93GORRELL & HOPKINSON, P.C. 120.00
RIVERTON TIRE & OIL CO., INC. 2,630.48ROSCOE STEEL & CULVERT CO. 1,210.04
RT COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 1,836.66SANOFI PASTEUR, INC.
8,191.88J.A. SEXAUER INC. 115.91
SHOSHONE OFFICE SUPPLY 236.99THE STANDARD INS. CO. 1,358.04
THE STOREHOUSE 40.00SUPER 8 EAST 420.00
TEAM LABORATORY CHEMICAL CORP. 1,348.50TEEPEE POOLS 304.00
TERRACON CONSULTANTS INC 3,470.00C.O.T. ENTERPRISE,INC. 131.72
THOMAS L. BENNETT, M.D. 1,585.00THOMSON CREATIVE SOLUTIONS 155.00
THE TIRE DEN, INC. 3,565.28TOWN OF THERMOPOLIS 34,935.77
TRAVELING COMPUTERS, INC. 6,521.96TRI COUNTY TELEPHONE ASSOC,INC 667.30
THE WYOMING PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOC. 260.00VAXSERVE,INC. 333.30


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VERIZON WIRELESS 44.13VICKLUND PHARMACY 1.00
VISA - CARD ONE 501.84VISA - CARD FOUR 123.62
VISA 297.07VISA 636.61
WCS TELECOM 320.27HOWARD T WILLSON 67.97
JERRY D. WILLIAMS 257.90EMPLOYMENT TAX DIVISION 1,853.24
WYOMING BEHAVIORAL INSTITUTE 2,740.00WYOMING.COM 151.25
WYOMING DIVISION OF 45.00ORCHARD TRUST COMPANY 7,725.00
WYOMING CLERK OF COURT ASSOC. 125.00WYOMING GAS 216.79
WYONET INC. 39.95WYO RETIREMENT SYSTEM 18,459.08
036-NCPERS GROUP LIFE INS. 288.00WYOMING DIVISION OF VICTIM SERVICES 625.00
NORTHERN WYOMING DAILY NEWS 45.00HANSON'S FIRE EQUIPMENT 235.80
BRANHAM PUBLISHING CO 67.80HOT SPRINGS VETERINARY CLINIC 27.00
TRI STATE TRUCK&EQUIPMENT,INC. 183.27S & H GLASS, INC. 23,070.00
BRUCO, INC. 412.13D & D MACHINE, INC. 135.00
TEE'S PLUS 943.59WY ASSOC. OF SHERIFFS & CHIEFS 250.00
PETE'S PLUMBING & HEATING, INC. 1,410.98TOMMERUP MACHINE SHOP 90.02
PARKWAY PLAZA HOTEL 665.75AFLAC 748.54
STATE OF WYOMING - A&I 87.08AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT GROUP 1,500.00
AMELIA A. DEROMEDI 34.00ANITA WEISBECK 223.95
H.O.P.E AGENCY & CRISIS LINE 1,500.00ATLAS OFFICE PRODUCTS, INC. 124.26
B & P SUPPLY CO. INC. 205.02BARTON STAM 112.32
BIG HORN CULLIGAN WATER 107.00BRAD W. BASSE 419.01
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