MINUTES OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING
|STATE OF WYOMING||)||OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF|
|COUNTY OF HOT SPRINGS||)||THERMOPOLIS WYOMING|
|November 1, 2011|
|The Hot Springs County Board of Commissioners met in regular session on Tuesday, November 1, 2011
at 9:00 a.m. in the Commissioner Room at the Government Annex|
Present were Commissioners John P. Lumley, Brad Basse and Mike Baker. Also present were County Attorney Jerry Williams, County Clerk Hans Odde, and Administrative Assistant to the Commissioners Penny Herdt. Chairman John P. Lumley led those present in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Approval of AgendaMike Baker moved to approve the agenda with the following changes:
ADD: Other Business 6. Courthouse Cabling Project Grant Draft Request #7Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Approval of MinutesBrad Basse made a motion to approve the minutes of the October 4th and October 18, 2011, meetings as presented. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Approve BillsThe following bills were submitted for approval: (see attached). Payroll for October, 2011 - $162,435.17.
Sheriff’s Department Budget IssuesSheriff Lou Falgoust appeared before the Commissioners to discuss apparent discrepancies between raises given to his employees versus the raises approved for all County employees during the 2011-2012 budget session. Sheriff Falgoust pointed out that, with the departure of one of his employees, several of his employees moved to a different salary class as a result of restructuring within the department, which he felt accounted for most of the discrepancies. After considerable discussion, Sheriff Falgoust agreed to meet with Clerk Odde to clarify the matter and return to present the information at the November 15, 2011 meeting. The Commissioners also informed Sheriff Falgoust that the Rolling Stock budget line item had been cut by $15,000.00 and asked him to return for authorization before ordering his next departmental vehicle to make certain funds for the vehicle were available.
Road & Bridge Monthly ReportRoad & Bridge Supervisor Ray Shaffer reported that the landowner has signed off on the reclamation at the Baird pit, which will be closed out by the end of November. Mr. Shaffer and Dave Schlager attended the LTAP training in Buffalo recently in order to meet certification requirements for overseeing projects using federal funds. Mr. Shaffer indicated that there would be another training available that the County Clerk could attend for certification in April. The dirt work on Lane 3 is nearly finished and a cattle guard will be installed shortly. Mr. Shaffer reported that there are still some areas of the Lane 3 project that need to be tweaked to improve the drainage system on either side of the road.
Road Numbering Changes – Mr. Shaffer presented proposed changes to the County road numbering system for the Commissioners’ approval. County roads are known by both names and numbers within the county, and by numbers in the State Highway Inventory System. As the County has grown, things have become somewhat confusing regarding rural addressing. In order to address this, Mr. Shaffer presented the following proposed changes:
Road 18 / Sand Draw – No address numbers will change. The name of the road will change. At the intersection of Little Sand Draw road and Sand Draw road, Sand Draw road will become East Sand Draw road and West Sand Draw road. The road number will remain Road 18 in the State Inventory. Road 27 / East & West Sunnyside Lane – No address numbers will change. The road is already signed as East Sunnyside and West Sunnyside. Sunnyside Lane will be changed in the State Inventory System to Road 27E / East Sunnyside Lane and Road 27W / West Sunnyside Lane
Road 8 & 4 / Upper & Lower East River Road – Road 4 will be eliminated and the road will become Road 8 all the way through to Road 19 / South Kirby Creek Road. The name will be changed to East River
Road – the designations of Upper East River Road and Lower East River Road will be eliminated. Address numbers will remain the same.
Road 32 & 33 / Lane 7 & Bobcat Road – Road 33 will be eliminated and the entire road will be known as Road 32. Bobcat Road will be eliminated and the entire section of road from Highway 20 South to the intersection with Lane 12 will become Lane 7. No address numbers will change as a result of the elimination of Road 33 and Bobcat Road.
Road 34 & 35E / Lane 12 – Road 35E will be eliminated and the entire road from the highway around to Rimrock Drive will be designated Road 34 / Lane 12. Address numbers will not be changed at this time.
Road 35 / Rimrock Drive and Road 34E / Coyote Run will not be changed in the State Inventory System The Commissioners felt that approval of these changes should be done at a future meeting with prior public notice. Mr. Shaffer will draft a letter of notification for the Commissioners’ review prior to sending it to affected landowners. The formal Resolution changing the road numbers/names will be presented for approval at the December 6, 2011 Commissioners meeting.
Rural Addressing Guidelines – Mr. Shaffer presented the final draft of the new Rural Addressing Guidelines for the Commissioners’ approval. Mr. Shaffer indicated that there were a few changes in the wording of the final draft that would clarify the intent of the guidelines as written. Brad Basse moved to approve the Rural Addressing Guidelines with the wording changes proposed by Mr. Shaffer. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Discussion: Commissioner Baker asked for clarification regarding responsibility for posting address numbers on the road and on the individual buildings. Mr. Shaffer indicated that the County would post the numbers on the road, with the landowner/resident being required to post the numbers on the individual buildings as necessary. Motion carried.
Lane 3 Temporary Construction Easement Variances – Mr. Shaffer presented temporary construction easement variance agreements with landowners CarJim, LLC and Ryan Brothers Trucking, LLC covering work outside the County right-of-way during the construction of the rural portion of the Lane 3 project for the Commissioners’ approval. Mike Baker moved to ratify the Chairman’s signature on the Temporary License Agreements between Hot Springs County and CarJim, LLC and Ryan Brothers Trucking, LLC for Lane 3 construction. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Pierce Right-of-Way Compliance Issues – Mr. Shaffer reviewed a situation where a citizen complaint had led to an exchange of letters between County Attorney Williams and East River Road resident Michael Pierce regarding Mr. Pierce’s infringement on the county right-of-way on East River Road. The Commissioners reviewed correspondence from Mr. Pierce and County Attorney Williams regarding this matter. Mr. Shaffer indicated, and correspondence from Mr. Pierce confirmed, that the matter has been resolved. The Commissioners will send a letter to Mr. Pierce in response to his correspondence to them.
Maintenance Monthly ReportMaintenance Supervisor Chuck Carver reported that there have been some electrical problems in the jail due to circuit overloading from the refrigeration units the serve the Commissary area. A solution to the problem is being investigated. Chairman Lumley stated that repair costs should come out of the Commissary account if the units are being used to store Commissary supplies. Mr. Carver will check to confirm that this is the case. Commissioner Baker asked Mr. Carver to assist the Museum with cleaning up their storage area when the museum personnel get around to it.
Parking Lot Sidewalk Bid Opening/Award – Clerk Odde reported that one bid had been received for the parking lot sidewalk project. The bid was from Patterson Construction for a total amount of $7,895.00. All bid requirements were met. After discussion, Mike Baker moved to accept the bid from Patterson Construction for the Parking Lot Sidewalk Project in the amount of $7,895.00. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Energy Audit Proposal – Ennovate Corporation representative David Stout presented the Commissioners with a proposal to perform an energy audit to determine the feasibility of entering into an Energy Performance Contract (EPC) with the County. This feasibility study would work out the cash flow, energy savings and capital requirements for the EPC. An EPC is the process through which energy efficiency and capital improvements are funded (fully or partially) by the energy and maintenance cost savings generated by the improvements themselves when the cost savings are financed over a period of time. The Governor’s office, through the Wyoming Council’s Wyoming Energy Conservation Improvement Program (WYECIP), has established ground rules for Energy Performance Contracting in the State of Wyoming. Energy Service Companies (ESCo’s) such as Ennovate are pre-qualified by the WBC State Energy Office to participate in the WYECIP program and engineering support for the project is provided by the State Energy Office. If the feasibility study results provide grounds to go further, the County could
sign a Letter of Intent with the WBC State Energy Office and a contract for an investment grade audit. Grant funds are available to cover a substantial portion of the investment grade audit costs. The results of the investment grade audit would be used to produce the Energy Performance Contract if desired. Mr. Stout is asking for approval to proceed with the feasibility study at this time. When the results of the feasibility study become available, the County will need to decide whether to proceed through the WYECIP program or continue directly with Ennovate. Until an investment grade audit is contracted for, there is no cost to the County for Ennovate’s services. The Commissioners agreed to consider action on Ennovate’s timeline/decision schedule at the November 15th meeting.
Tax Rebates & SupplementalsAssessor Shelley Deromedi presented the following tax rebates for the Commissioners’ approval.
Rebate #29-11 – Merit Energy Company - 2011 Parcel #602 – Oil and Gas Production Equipment on the Phosphoria Unit at Hamilton Dome. Well 8-14 was plugged and abandoned prior to assessment date but was inadvertently reported on the 2012 personal property rendition resulting in over assessment of $327.00. Taxes in the amount of $21.13 need to be rebated.Brad Basse moved to approve Rebate #29-11 to Merit Energy Company in the amount of $21.13 and Rebate #30-11 to Marathon Oil Company in the amount of $298.33 as presented. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Rebate #30-11 – Marathon Oil Company – DOR NOVC 2011-0828 – Oil Production at Grass Creek Field during 2007. Audit finding showed a net over assessment of $4,190.00. Taxes in the amount of $298.33 need to be rebated.
The following supplementals have been processed through the Treasurer’s Office:
CORONADO OIL COMPANY – Parcel #973 – DOR NOVC 2011-0783 – Oil Production at Boulder Gulch during 2009. Notice of valuation change issued after a comparison of gross products and Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission Reporting showed a discrepancy. This comparison showed an underassessment of $16,295.00 for tax year 2010. A supplemental tax notice was processed in the amount of $1053.55.Ms. Deromedi noted that Marathon Oil Company has appealed the valuation change by the Department of Audit, but no decision has been reached on the appeal at this time.
MARATHON OIL COMPANY – Parcel #995 – DOR NOVC 2011-0828 – Oil Production at Grass Creek during 2005. Notice of valuation change issued after an Audit by the Wyoming Department of Audit. This audit showed an underassessment of $101,571.00 for tax year 2006. A supplemental tax notice has been processed in the amount of $7,189.40.
MARATHON OIL COMPANY – Parcel #995 – DOR NOVC 2011-0828 – Oil Production at Grass Creek during 2006. Notice of valuation change issued after an Audit by the Wyoming Department of Audit. This audit showed an underassessment of $442,099.00 for tax year 2007. A supplemental tax notice has been processed in the amount of $30,950.47.
STWSD Environmental Review Record CertificationEngineering Associates representative Anthony Barnett presented the Documentation of a Categorical Exclusion portion of the Environmental Review Record for the STWSD Expansion Project for the Commissioners’ signature. Mike Baker moved to approve the Environmental Review Record – Documentation of Categorical Exclusion document for the South Thermopolis Water System Rehabilitation & Expansion Project. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Airport UpdateAddendum A to Agreement #1 to the Five-Year Generalized Agreement (Revised) – GDA representative Jeremy Gilb presented the revised Addendum A for the Commissioners’ approval. The revision includes a $5,500.00 reduction in fees as requested by the FAA after its review of the Addendum. Brad Basse moved to approve the revised Addendum A to Agreement #1 to the Five-Year Generalized Agreement in the amount of $133,500.00. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Airport Relocation Project FAA Request for Reimbursement #13 – Clerk Odde presented FAA Request for Reimbursement #13 for the Commissioners’ approval. Mike Baker moved to approve FAA Project 3-56-0032-03 RFR #13 in the amount of $95,530.00. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Airport Relocation Project WYDOT – Aeronautics Division Request for Reimbursement #13 – Clerk Odde presented WYDOT-Aeronautics Division Request for Reimbursement #13 for the Commissioners’ approval. Brad Basse moved to approve WYDOT-Aeronautics Division Project THP-11A-2757 RFR #13 in the amount of $3,016.00. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Airport Geographical Information Systems (AGIS) & Upcoming Work – Mr. Gilb shared information regarding the FAA’s AGIS program as it relates to the new airport. The AGIS program requires an extensive aerial survey consisting of data and image collection within a six-mile radius of the airport for an airspace analysis to identify any obstructions. This information will then be entered into a national database, and will also be used in applications for new airport approaches. As a new airport, Hot Springs County Airport’s data will be collected and submitted to AGIS in phases. This will require an amendment to GDA’s contract, as it was not included in the original agreement. All related expenses are reimbursable through the Airport Construction Grant funds.
Snow Removal Equipment Update – Current anticipated delivery date for the new SRE is November 15, 2011. The Commissioners concurred that the equipment should be delivered to the airport and training provided to the current FBO.
Executive Session – Land AcquisitionMike Baker moved to enter Executive Session to discuss land acquisition at 1:20 p.m. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried. Those present for the Executive Session were Commissioners Lumley, Basse and Baker, Clerk Odde, County Attorney Jerry Williams, Admin Herdt and GDA representative Jeremy Gilb. Mike Baker moved to leave Executive Session at 1:37 p.m. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried. No action was taken during or as the result of the Executive Session.
Golf Board DiscussionLegion Town & Country Club Golf Board president Dan Herdt appeared before the Commissioners to outline the current financial condition of the golf course and request any assistance the Commissioners might be in a position to give. While acknowledging that the golf course is actually a town entity, Mr. Herdt noted that the Commissioners have, in the past, assisted the course with various capital expenditures, which the board has greatly appreciated. Mr. Herdt reported that there were over 5,000 rounds of golf played at the course this past year, and that participation in the golf lessons offered through the recreation district has increased steadily over the last few years. The golf board has also approached the town and the recreation district seeking additional funding, but without great deal of success. The board is currently unable to meet its financial obligations and fears that the town will decide that they don’t have the resources to support the golf course and will simply shut it down if an outside buyer cannot be found. The Commissioners agreed that the golf course is a definite asset to the community and the county, but have no money budgeted at this time to go toward the course. Mr. Herdt was encouraged to return during the next budget session to discuss funding needs at that time, with an emphasis on capital expenditures as opposed to operating funds.
Hot Springs County Counseling Center Funding RequestHSC Counseling Center Director Al Braaten appealed to the Commissioners to restore funding for the Counseling Center that was cut during this year’s budget session. The State requires a 10% match for its funding, which is met by the County in providing the building used by the Counseling Center. Mr. Braaten reported that the center serves 500-600 people per year and provides 24-hour on-call service to law enforcement and the hospital. County Attorney Williams spoke in support of the Counseling Center, indicating the center personnel provide excellent support and assistance in court-related matters, also. There has been an increase in funding available from the State, but the majority of that funding applies to new programs, and cannot be used for operational costs. After some discussion, the Commissioners asked Mr. Braaten to return in the spring to discuss the matter again when they will have a better idea of whether or not there are funds available to assist the Counseling Center.
Museum Repair IssuesMuseum Director Ross Rhodes appeared to discuss needed repairs at the museum. The electrical system is in serious need of upgrading and repair. Mr. Rhodes would like to bring in an outside consultant to identify possible solutions to the electrical problems and work up a request for proposals that would enable all bidders on the project to work with the same set of requirements. The Commissioners
suggested that the energy audit/feasibility study proposed by Ennovate Corporation earlier in the meeting would be a good starting point for renovation of the electrical and lighting systems. Mr. Rhodes agreed to this.
The carpet in Mr. Rhodes’ office needs replaced, and he has obtained some used tile which would do the job. However, the tile needs the old glue removed before it can be used and Mr. Rhodes wondered if possibly persons needing community service hours could assist with this. The Commissioners directed him to work with Alan Rossler and the Youth Alternatives program to obtain help with this project. Mr. Rhodes asked the Commissioners to consider installing an automatic sprinkling system to water the grassy areas around the museum and museum annex. They do not have enough staff at the museum to keep up with the watering. The Commissioners decided to hold off on any decision about this until after the Ennovate audit is complete and they have a better idea of what the energy projects may entail. The Museum staff would like to remove the aluminum façade on the building and return the building’s exterior to a more original state. Mr. Rhodes has reason to believe that it might be possible to get someone to remove the aluminum façade in return for keeping the aluminum, as the metal has a fairly high salvage value at this time. The Commissioners asked Mr. Rhodes to proceed with an investigation into this matter and return when he has more details, including what it might cost to restore the original brick under the façade to an acceptable condition.
Finally, Mr. Rhodes reviewed the accident report from a recent incident where a car ran into the railing on the 7th Street side of the museum building. The Commissioners instructed Mr. Rhodes to proceed with obtaining an estimate on the cost of repairing the damage for submission to the driver’s insurance company.
Planner Monthly ReportPlanner Bo Bowman reported that he will be on-site with an inspector from the WYDEQ at the Pearce Gravel Pit for an inspection of McGarvin-Moberly’s operations on November 4, 2011. When the inspection is finished, Mr. Bowman expects to be meeting with McGarvin-Moberly representatives regarding an application for expansion of the operations permit, which should be submitted sometime next week. Mr. Bowman does not expect the public hearing for the expansion to occur until January, 2012. Mr. Bowman stated that McGarvin-Moberly has drawn back its operations to within the 10 acre permit area. However, stockpiled material still remains outside the permitted area. Mr. Bowman is working closely with County Attorney Jerry Williams on this issue.
Mr. Bowman indicated that there will be no Planning Board meeting in November and probably not in December. He anticipates bringing the final plat for the GK Subdivision in to the Commissioners for approval shortly. Mr. Bowman thanked the Commissioners for his new office and Chuck Carver for his efforts to vastly improve computer service to the Planner’s Office while he was on vacation.
Youth Alternatives Monthly ReportDirector Alan Rossler reported there are currently seven participants in the program. There were two 48- hour holds in October. Mr. Rossler indicated that he is working with law enforcement to make space available as necessary on court days in the holding area for juveniles who might be involved in court appearances. Five participants are going through the True Thought program at this time. Tobacco Cessation classes are also in progress. The VOA has signed off on next year’s grant contract and plan of action.
Other BusinessUW Trademark Licensing Agreement – Clerk Odde presented the renewal for the Bucking Horse & Rider Organizational Use agreement with the University of Wyoming Trademark Licensing Office for the Commissioners’ approval. The County Attorney has reviewed this agreement and approved it for content. The renewal is effective through December 31, 2013. Brad Basse moved to approve the Bucking Horse & Rider Organizational Use agreement between Hot Springs County and the State of Wyoming/Secretary of State’s Office/University of Wyoming Trademark Licensing Office. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Courthouse Cabling Project Discussion – Chairman Lumley reported that he has received complaints regarding the amount of noise occurring during business hours. Commissioner Basse stated that there is a provision in the contract that allows work to occur on nights and weekends if it interferes with the conduct of regular business.
Lane 3 SLIB Grant Draft Request #14 – Clerk Odde presented SLIB Grant Draft Request #14 for the Lane 3 project. Brad Basse moved to approve Grant Draft Request #14 for SLIB Grant #MRG-11008HS in the amount of $2,286.82. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Lane 3 IRP Request for Reimbursement #16 – Clerk Odde presented IRP Grant Draft Request #16 for the Lane 3 project. Brad Basse moved to approve IRP Request for Reimbursement #16 for Lane 3, Phase 1 & 2, Project #IRP- CN15020 project in the amount of $2,492.14. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried. Commissioner Baker brought up the recent notification of the availability of Community Development Block Grant infrastructure funds and asked if those funds could be used for the extension of South Thermopolis Water District’s water line for the Lane 3 project. After some discussion, it was agreed that Commissioner Baker will pass this on to Engineering Associates for investigation.
Pinnacle Bank Funds Depository Certification – Clerk Odde presented a Public Funds Depository Resolution from Pinnacle Bank for the Treasurer for the Commissioners’ approval. Brad Basse moved to approve Pinnacle Bank’s application to serve as a public funds depository for the Hot Springs County Treasurer for 2012. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Courthouse Cabling Project Grant Draft Request #7 – Clerk Odde presented Courthouse Cabling Project GDR #7 for the Commissioners’ approval. Clerk Odde noted that this GDR consisted of one invoice and one payment to the retention account. Commissioner Basse recused himself from discussion and voting on this matter due to his status as a contractor on this project. Mike Baker moved to approve SLIB GDR #7 for the Courthouse Cabling Project in the amount of $19,991.25. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
State Department of Audit – Special District Compliance ReportThe Commissioners reviewed the foregoing items. No further action was required or taken at this time.
Governor’s Office – Overfield Public Defender Appointment – County Attorney Williams stated for the record his objection to this appointment as Ms. Overfield is still working out of a local law firm’s office. He perceives there to be a potential for a conflict of interest in this situation as there is already another Public Defender working out of the same law office.
BLM – Ewing Parcels Response Letter
Elisa Hunter – Scholarship Renewal Thank You
WYDOT – Lane 3 Comments
State Board of Equalization – Marathon Oil Appeal
Executive Session –LitigationMike Baker moved to enter Executive Session to discuss litigation at 4:02 p.m. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried. Those present for the Executive Session included Commissioners Lumley, Basse and Baker, Clerk Odde, County Attorney Williams and Admin Herdt. Brad Basse moved to leave Executive Session at 4:18 p.m. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried. No action was taken during the Executive Session.
Notice of ClaimClerk Odde reviewed a Notice of Claim received on behalf of Larry and Chris Bentley. The a copy of the Notice of Claim was also provided to the Independent Record. The claim was filed in connection with an incident which occurred in August, 2010 which resulted in the death of one of the Bentley’s horses. County Attorney Williams noted that the Notice of Claim is not a lawsuit, but must be filed prior to the filing of any lawsuit per the Wyoming Governmental Claims Act. If a lawsuit is to be filed, it must be filed within one year of the filing of the Notice of Claim.
AdjournmentThere being no further business to come before the Board at this time, Brad Basse moved to adjourn. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Chairman Lumley declared the meeting adjourned at 4:25 p.m.
|John P. Lumley, Chairman||Hans Odde, Clerk to the Board|
BILLS – November 2011
STEPHENS-PECK INC 70.00 / NATIONAL SHERIFF'S ASSOCIATION 50.00 HANSON'S FIRE EQUIPMENT 822.20 / HOT SPRINGS VETERINARY CLINIC 379.00 STATE OF WYOMING 1,549.25 / SIRCHIE FINGERPRINT LABORATORI 69.64 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 9,675.30 / D & D MACHINE, INC. 661.01 ARLEA MC CUMBER 67.22 / WY ASSOC. OF SHERIFFS & CHIEFS 250.00 JACK'S UNIFORM & EQUIPMENT 13.00 / CYNTHIA L. MC CLINTOCK 35.55 MIKE F. CONNER 63.33 / GARY BRINK, INC. 339.90 / IDEAL AUTO ELECTRIC 124.80 AFLAC (ACCOUNT #HW652) 798.65 / STATE OF WYOMING - A&I 53.95 ALLEGIANCE BENEFIT PLAN MANGT, INC. 39,858.84 / ANDREW N ENNIS 30.00 ANITA WEISBECK 42.18 / ATLAS OFFICE PRODUCTS, INC. 222.34 BRESNAN COMMUNICATIONS 55.20 / BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 21.21 BEVERLY E SESSIONS 30.00 / BIG HORN WATER 124.75 / BIG HORN REDI-MIX 42,362.00 BILL G WELLS 32.22 / BLAIR'S SUPER MARKET 874.68 / BLIMPIES 123.98 BRAD P BECERRA 60.00 / BRENDA L BOREN 41.10 / BRETT ANDERSON 415.20 BROKERS NATIONAL LIFE 421.40 / BROWN'S WESTERN APP 58.00 BRUCE N. "BO" BOWMAN 5.59 / BW PLAZA HOTEL 154.00 / CAROL M. DOWDY 60.00 CARLA E. SCHLAGER 37.22 / CAROL PICKETT 83.52 / CAROL D. SHEETS 30.00 CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT 52.73 / CHRISTINE M COFFMAN 45.56 CHRISTINA KISSEL 37.22 / RED ROCK FAMILY PRACTICE 72.00 / CLYDE FISHER 30.00 CNA SURETY 100.00 / THERMOPOLIS HARDWARE 508.39 COLONIAL SUPPLEMENTAL INS. 148.60 / COLLECTION PROFESSIONALS 207.76 VERIZON WIRELESS 70.41 / VERIZON WIRELESS 39.38 / VERIZON WIRELESS 56.77 VERIZON WIRELESS 307.42 / VERIZON WIRELESS 50.87 CROWLEY AIR SERVICE, LLC 4,738.63 / DANIEL L. ROWE 30.00 DAVID S. MANNING 30.00 / DAVID E NORSKOG 30.00 / DAVID L SNOW 60.00 DON'S IGA 108.15 / DON'S IGA 457.00 / EDDIE L SHUMWAY 38.88 ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES 4,984.28 / EXPRESS POLICE SUPPLY, INC 85.97 SHELL FLEET PLUS PROCESSING CENTER 77.34 / FLEETPRIDE 49.88 PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 37,511.88 / FOOD SERVICES OF AMERICA 2,053.21 GLEN W THOMAS 30.00 / GOTTSCHE THERAPY REHAB WELLNESS 320.00 GREENLINE EQUIPMENT, LLC 31.73 / MOUNTAIN WEST BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 64.47 MOUNTAIN WEST BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 67.24 / HANS ODDE 1,221.05 HOLLAND & HART LLP 10,000.00 / HOT SPRINGS CO. LIBRARY FOUNDATION 10,000.00 HOT SPRINGS COUNTY HEALTH INS ACCT 56,698.77 HOT SPRINGS CO. SCHOOL DIST #1 24,501.38 / INDUSTRIAL COMMUNICATIONS 115.50 INDEPENDENT RECORD 1,495.35 / INDOFF INC. 45.89 / INTERSTATE ALL BATTERY 155.04 JADECO, INC. 24,797.79 / JADECO,INC. RETENTION 2,665.50 JANTINA A MANNING 60.00 / JACKIE A NOVAKOVICH 41.10 / JENNIFER CHENEY 139.48 JILL JACOBSON 550.00 / JOHN P. LUMLEY 471.21 / JOAN M. MASER 35.55 JOEL COLEMAN 30.00 / JOHN R. MEAD 65.55 / JOHNSTONE SUPPLY 204.50 JOHN M. ZUPAN, JR. 30.00 / JUDITH HARVEY 101.77 / JUDY F WATTS 60.00 JULIA'S RENTAL SALES & SERVICE INC. 626.00 / KANSAS STATE BANK 32,426.36 KAREN SLOCUM 218.95 / KEVIN J. GERBER 30.00 / KIMBERLY R YETTER 35.55 KURT L SHAFFER 42.77 / LARRY W. DICKINSON 62.22 / LILLIAN R CHRISTIANSON 30.00 LOLA A VIALPANDO 30.00 / LYLE B HENNEBECK 30.00 / MARION E BISHOP 67.77 MARY A. GORDON 150.41 / MARK E PETTY 30.00 / MARY L. SCHEIBLE 1,200.00 MARY JO MASON 37.22 / MAUREEN A LEAKE 30.00 / MEADOW GOLD DAIRY 273.46 MESSENGER & JUROVICH, P.C. 1,023.59 / MINNIE L. MILLER 66.11 NANCY PATRICK 36.33 / NATIONAL 4-H COUNCIL-SUPPLY SERVICE 78.35 NATIONAL DISTRICT ATTORNEYS ASSOC 95.00 / O'REILLY AUTO PARTS 130.63 OWL LUMBER INC. 12.92 / ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 4,299.89 / PAINTBRUSH DENTAL 420.00 PAMIDA 95.59 / PATTY HUGHES 154.29 / PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 167.00 PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 312.57 / PIERA G NESMITH 30.00 / PIZZA HUT 60.97 PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 1,125.00 / PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 1,665.00 POSITIVE PROMOTIONS 846.29 / POSTMASTER 427.80 / POWER EQUIPMENT 34,860.49 PRAIRIE PELLA WYOMING, LLC 74.50 / PRINT ZONE 184.88 / CENTURY LINK 650.70 CENTURY LINK 5.35 / BEST WESTERN RAMKOTA HOTEL 77.00 / RANAE BALDES 342.99 RAYMOND E. SHAFFER 527.88 / WYOMING DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 5.00 RICHARD CLOUSE 38.88 / GORRELL & HOPKINSON, P.C. 120.00 / RICHARD K MILLER 66.11 RIVERTON TIRE & OIL CO., INC. 798.04 / ROCKY MOUNTAIN INFORMATION NETWORK 50.00 ROGER J KRAUSHAAR 30.00 / ROSEMARY DE SEYN 160.95 ROSCOE STEEL & CULVERT CO. 1,033.67 / RT COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 2,822.21
SALT CREEK WELDING INC. 100.00 / SANOFI PASTEUR, INC. 567.88 SARAH L EASTON 60.00 / SARAH M MILLER 34.44 / SARAH J SPRING 30.00 SOUTH DAKOTA LTAP 70.00 / J.A. SEXAUER INC. 79.36 / SHELLY A IVIE 30.00 SHOSHONE OFFICE SUPPLY 595.74 / SIMPSON, KEPLER & EDWARDS, LLC 2,343.74 THE STANDARD INS. CO. 1,391.99 / STEVEN B HANSON 39.44 STEPHAN R. DOMHOFF 34.44 / STEVE'S PLUMBING & HEATING 409.79 / TACO JOHNS 151.30 TEAM LABORATORY CHEMICAL CORP. 560.04 / TEEPEE POOLS 299.00 TERESA L RIMMER 30.00 / TOWN OF THERMOPOLIS 1,151.73 TRAVELING COMPUTERS, INC. 558.97 / WYOMING DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 822.56 TRENDA L MOORE 47.21 / TRI COUNTY TELEPHONE ASSOC,INC 334.29 TROY K DANIELS 37.77 / VERIZON WIRELESS 34.34 / VERIZON WIRELESS 34.34 VICKLUND PHARMACY 430.06 / VISA - CARD ONE 453.01 / VISA - CARD TWO 529.11 VISA - CARD THREE 88.74 / VISA - CARD FOUR 517.55 / VISA - CARD SEVEN 3,339.00 VISA 395.55 / VISA 12.68 / WCS TELECOM 278.61 / WESTERN DETENTION 271.45 WESTERN EMULSIONS 10,635.66 / WHITE HORSE FEED & SEED LLC 52.98 EMPLOYMENT TAX DIVISION 2,490.17 / WYOMING STATE BAR 610.00 WYOMING CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT 125.00 / WYOMING.COM 20.00 WYOMING DIVISION OF 398.00 / ORCHARD TRUST COMPANY 4,969.26 / WYOMING GAS 722.62 WYONET INC. 113.95 / WYO RETIREMENT SYSTEM 22,254.76 / WYOMING T2 CENTER 100.00 036-NCPERS GROUP LIFE INS. 256.00 / WYSSMANN PSYCHOLOGICAL & COUNSELING 350.00 WY-TEST 81.50