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MINUTES OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING
December 6, 2011


STATE OF WYOMING ) OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF
  ) COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
COUNTY OF HOT SPRINGS ) THERMOPOLIS WYOMING
    December 6, 2011
The Hot Springs County Board of Commissioners met in regular session on Tuesday, December 6, 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, and Deputy Clerk Penny Herdt. Chairman John P. Lumley led those present in the Pledge of Allegiance.

Approval of Agenda
Brad Basse moved to approve the agenda with the following changes:
ADD: Alan Rossler8. a. Revised 3rd Quarter 2011 Drawdown Request
Other Business8. Owl Creek Water District Supply Project — GDR #1
9. Consider Hurley Geological Consulting Agreement
Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Approval of Minutes
Mike Baker made a motion to approve the minutes of the November 1st and November 15th , 2011, meetings as presented. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Discussion: Chairman Lumley noted that the November 15th minutes would be signed by Vice-Chairman Basse as Chairman Lumley was absent due to out-of-county Commissioner business at that meeting. Motion carried.
Approve Bills
The following bills were submitted for approval: (see attached). Payroll for November, 2011 - $165,472.12.

Emergency Management Monthly Report
Emergency Management Coordinator Bill Gordon presented the Homeland Security USDOT Hazardous Materials Emergency Planning Grant for the Commissioners’ approval. Funds from this grant are used for HazMat training and planning among other things. Funds cannot be used for equipment or construction. Mike Baker moved to approve the Chairman’s signature on the USDOT Hazardous Materials Emergency Planning Grant in the amount of $1,800.85 for the period of September 30, 2011 through June 30, 2012. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Mr. Gordon reviewed a letter sent to the Commissioners by Homeland Security Director Guy Cameron regarding federal homeland security grant funding awarded to the county. Mr. Gordon expressed his concern that the letter had been sent to the County Commissioners throughout the state without prior notice or discussion with the Emergency Management Coordinators, and noted that he felt the letter was deficient in several areas including the status of current and future grant-funded expenditures. Mr. Gordon indicated that his priority for these funds is getting all the radios used by the various county entities either updated or replaced to bring them into compliance with WYO-Link standards as well as federally mandated “narrow-banding” rules which take effect January 1, 2013. Mr. Gordon estimates the cost of this mandate at $20,000-$30,000. Once the WYO-Link upgrade and narrow-banding of the radios is complete, any money left over will be considered for use on court security issues.

Maintenance Monthly Report
Maintenance Foreman Chuck Carver reported that all the outside holiday decorations are out. The problems with the fire alarms in the law enforcement center have been fixed. The parking lot sidewalk project is finished for the year. The damage caused by the accidental drilling through a pipe during the communications upgrade project is estimated at $1,000.00 at this point, with the potential for more bills to come in. The contractor responsible for the damage will be billed for the cost of repairs. The system pressure on the HVAC system in the Annex has been fluctuating wildly — the problem is within the pressure regulator, which is being replaced, and the controller.

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Executive Session
Brad Basse moved to enter Executive Session at 10:30 a.m. for personnel discussion. Those present for the Executive Session included Commissioners Lumley, Basse and Baker, Chuck Carver, and Deputy Clerk Herdt. Mike Baker moved to leave Executive Session at 10:55 a.m. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried. No action was taken during or as a result of the Executive Session.

Road & Bridge Monthly Report
Road & Bridge Supervisor Ray Shaffer reported that the DEQ—requested cleanup of the Ready Pit area had been completed and about 1000 yards of pit run has been stockpiled there. On the County Pit, the east side material has been depleted, so the area west of the tracks has been opened up to get material for use on the Lane 3 project. The final release has been received for the Baird Pit. Mr. Shaffer stated that the county has received a shipment of 50 signs from WYDOT in conjunction with the Wyoming Rural Safety Program. There was no cost for the signs or installation hardware. The signs will be installed throughout the county at the sites identified through WYDOT’s study of county-submitted crash data and safety studies. Installation should be complete by spring. Three Road & Bridge employees have attended speed limit tech training in Casper to qualify them to conduct speed studies on rural roads within the county, saving the cost of having to hire an engineer to conduct those studies. The dirt work is finished on the rural portion of the Lane 3 project. Extra pipes have been installed to facilitate water drainage in the area. The cattle guard to the quarry property has been installed. Mr. Shaffer indicated that it may be necessary to move a power pole for the project at the county’s expense. Rocky Mountain Power is investigating the situation and will contact Mr. Shaffer when they decide what will need to be done.
Lane 12 Encroachment — Mr. Shaffer reported that he has received some complaints regarding a trailer house that appears to be encroaching on the county’s right-of-way at the corner of Lane 12 and Highway 20 South, causing a blind corner with associated safety issues. After discussing the matter with James Farmer, owner of the property, and former Commissioner Jack Johnson and further researching the easement, Mr. Shaffer indicated that the original easement for that area of Lane 12 was granted to the county from Frank Cooper in 1981 and all of the land for the easement came from Mr. Cooper. Surveyor Rick Hudson confirmed this and reviewed a survey showing that the north edge of the county right of way extends along the south border of Mr. Farmer’s property. It appears that the trailer extends approximately 10 feet over Mr. Farmer’s property line into the county right-of-way. Removing the trailer from the right of way would be done at the county’s expense as it presents safety concerns associated with increased traffic on Lane 12 anticipated to occur as a result of the county’s Lane 3 improvement project. Mr. Farmer indicated he has not used the trailer for the last three years. As the traffic diversion for the Lane 3 project is not anticipated to occur for several months, the Commissioners decided to delay any decision until after a site visit with Mr. Shaffer and Mr. Farmer — preferably within the next month.
Resolution 2011-04 — Mr. Shaffer presented Resolution 2011-04 regarding standardization of the county road names within the state road inventory system for the Commissioners’ consideration. After a preliminary review of the resolution, the Commissioners decided to table approval of the resolution to the December 20, 2011 meeting in order to thoroughly review the changes and get input from the local postmistress.

Nakamura Trust Private Road Application
Meico Eyer, as Trustee of the Toshiro Nakamura Trust, has filed an application for a private road to access their property pursuant to Wyoming Statute 24-9-101, and has requested the Commissioners to grant a temporary access easement until the application for a private road has been processed. The requested route runs along what has been traditionally known as Nakamura Lane. Present at the meeting were citizens Tony Day, Vern and Peggy Lofink, Dr. Vern Miller and Dr. Miller’s attorney, John Davis. After extensive discussion regarding the current status of access to the different properties located on Nakamura Lane between the Commissioners and members of the audience, and a review of the private road application, Brad Basse moved to grant a temporary access to the Toshira Nakamura Trust, specifically members of the Nakamura family, to what has been traditionally known as Nakamura Lane for access, excluding commercial enterprises or real estate purposes, specifically subdivision, and that access is limited to a 30’ wide traveling path. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Discussion: add “during the pendency of the action” (the action being the Application for a Private Road as filed on November 22, 2011). County Attorney Williams outlined the statutory requirements for the Private Road Application: Application must be reviewed for sufficiency within 85 days. Today’s discussion meets the review requirement. A Public Hearing with proper notification on the application must be scheduled within 145

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days of filing of application (prior to April 23, 2012). If that hearing decides that a private road is necessary to provide public access, an order to that effect must be issued within 30 days of the hearing. Then the Commissioners will either proceed with appointing viewers, etc. or certify the issue to District Court. Motion carried. Decisions will be made regarding the appointment of a hearing officer and the setting of a date for the hearing at the December 20, 2011 Commissioner meeting.

County Exercise Review
Public Health Response Coordinator Mary Gordon appeared before the Commissioners to discuss “Operation Prairie Eagle” — the planned statewide Emergency Response Exercise scheduled for May 11- 15, 2012. Hot Springs County’s involvement will be primarily on May 14-15, 2012. Ms. Gordon invited the Commissioners to the next planning meeting for this exercise to be held on December 13th at 3:00 p.m. at the hospital. The Commissioners were encouraged to attend the planning meetings as they will be asked to participate in the exercise. Ms. Gordon also handed out information on the Incident Command 100 and 700 classes provided by the state and strongly encouraged the Commissioners to complete at least the introductory classes as soon as possible.

Airport Update - I
Airport Relocation Project FAA Request for Reimbursement #14 — Deputy Clerk Herdt presented FAA Request for Reimbursement #14 for the Commissioners’ approval. Brad Basse moved to approve FAA Project 3-56-0032-03 RFR #14 in the amount of $17,619.00. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Airport Relocation Project WYDOT - Aeronautics Division Request for Reimbursement #14 — Deputy Clerk Herdt presented WYDOT-Aeronautics Division Request for Reimbursement #14 for the Commissioners’ approval. Mike Baker moved to approve WYDOT-Aeronautics Division Project THP-11A- 2757 RFR #14 in the amount of $557.00. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Addendum A to Agreement #1 to the Five-Year Generalized Agreement (Revised) — Addendum A to the agreement with GDA as approved at the November 1st Commissioner meeting expired as of November 24, 2011. GDA representative Jeremy Gilb indicated that GDA was willing to continue to work on the land acquisition process on a “time and expenses” basis until the land acquisition process was complete and would bring an Addendum B for the Commissioners’ approval if necessary. In response to questions from Commissioner Baker, Dustin Spomer indicated that the delay in land acquisition has cost roughly an additional $133,500.00 so far, with continued billing of approximately 15 hours per week by GDA for this item. Funds expended on land acquisition will not be available later for Phase I airport construction, so there is a definite incentive to move the land acquisition process along as quickly as possible.

Executive Session — Land Acquisition
Brad Basse moved to enter Executive Session to discuss land acquisition at 1:15 p.m. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried. Those present for the Executive Session were Commissioners Lumley, Basse and Baker, Deputy Clerk Herdt, County Attorney Jerry Williams, Attorney Larry Jones and GDA representatives Dustin Spomer and Jeremy Gilb. Mike Baker moved to leave Executive Session at 1:45 p.m. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried. No action was taken during or as the result of the Executive Session.

Airport Update — II
GDA will hold off on Addendum B until further information is received regarding land acquisition. Commissioner Baker emphasized that any costs for land acquisition that could legally be allocated to the Administrative Settlement amount should be going forward. Mr. Spomer indicated that he will present a request for reimbursement from the FAA for the amount of the last purchase offer at the next Commissioner meeting on December 20, 2011. When funds are received, they will be held by the District Court in an interest-bearing account for the benefit of the county until the land acquisition process is resolved. Mr. Gilb reported that engineering on the design phase of the airport continues with an estimated bid date of late-April to early-May, 2012, and construction starting mid-summer of 2012.

Youth Alternatives Monthly Report
Director Alan Rossler reported there was approximately $2400.00 in last year’s budget for detention services. These funds were not used for detention and Mr. Rossler has received permission from the

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grant coordinator to amend the budget to apply the grant funds to other costs borne by the county during the past year. Brad Basse moved to approve the revised Youth Alternatives budget in the amount of $13,486.00 as presented. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried. Mr. Rossler then presented the revised third quarter draw down request for the 2008 Sub-Grant, which ended September 30, 2011. Brad Basse moved to approve the Third Quarter, 2011 Drawdown Request for the VOA/OJJDP “Non- Participating State” Grant CFDA #16.540 in the amount of $3,845.99. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Mr. Rossler reported that there are currently eight participants in the program. Five are enrolled in the Corrective Thinking class, and two in the Tobacco Education class. He will be visiting the group home in Basin later this month to observe the on-line classes program used by residents of the group home with an eye toward coordinating with the local school district for any juveniles from Hot Springs County who may be living in the group home in the future.

Planner Monthly Report
Planner Bo Bowman reported that the septic program is closed for the season. There were eleven applications for septic permits this year. Two have been finalized, six are still in progress and three have not been returned as of today. The LUPB will not meet again until January 18th , at which time they will be reviewing Dale and Sue Jackson’s application to amend the Sable Run plat. The NRPC meets later this week. Regarding the Pearce Gravel Pit, the DEQ has indicated to the owner/operators of the pit that they must retreat within the permitted boundaries in order to submit an expansion permit, and must submit a written plan for the contraction process prior to starting that. Mr. Bowman will continue to follow up on this matter. Mr. Bowman discussed the open position on the Sage Grouse Working Group with the chairman of the group and apparently there is still discussion regarding whether or not the position needs to be filled. Mr. Bowman will stay on top of this going forward. Mr. Bowman reported that he has been asked by Wyo-Ben representatives to sit in on their meetings with the BLM and state archeological people regarding future mining development, and with the Commissioners’ blessing will continue to do so. The Commissioners felt this was acceptable.

Other Business
Marathon Letter—Commissioner Basse stated that he felt the letter discussed at the previous meeting to Marathon Oil might be better drafted after the meeting with Marathon officials and the accompanying hospital facility tour to be held next Thursday. The Commissioners agreed that many of Marathon’s concerns would be addressed during this meeting, and agreed to postpone the drafting of a letter asking for a commitment on the hospital district issue until later in the month.
Data Quality Act Appeal — Chairman Lumley reported that there is some concern among the four Bighorn Basin counties regarding the quality of the data being used by the BLM for the Resource Management plan revision. The counties are considering an appeal under the Data Quality Act to force the BLM to use more accurate data. The Basin conservation districts have expressed their support for such an appeal. Mike Baker moved to formally approve moving forward with Park, Big Horn and Washakie counties on the Data Quality Act Appeal. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Courthouse Communications Upgrade Grant Draft Request #8 — Deputy Clerk Herdt presented Courthouse Cabling Project GDR #8 consisting of one invoice and one payment to the retention account for the Commissioners’ approval. 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 #8 for the Courthouse Cabling Project in the amount of $7,961.25. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Lane 3 IRP Request for Reimbursement #17 — Deputy Clerk Herdt presented IRP Grant Draft Request #17 for the Lane 3 project. Brad Basse moved to approve IRP Request for Reimbursement #17 for Lane 3, Phase 1 & 2, Project #IRP- CN15020 project in the amount of $5,515.77. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Lane 3 SLIB Grant Draft Request #15 — Deputy Clerk Herdt presented SLIB Grant Draft Request #15 for the Lane 3 project. Mike Baker moved to approve Grant Draft Request #15 for SLIB Grant #MRG- 11008HS in the amount of $13,138.18. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
LGLP Board Ballot — Commissioner Basse recused himself from this matter as he is the sole candidate for the Commissioner position. After discussing the candidates, Mike Baker moved to cast a unanimous ballot for Brad Basse for the Commissioner position and Ronald Crook for the Special District position on the Local Government Liability Pool Board. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.

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Lutz #1 Well Permit Application — Deputy Clerk Herdt presented a well permit application from Frank and Sheila Lutz for well Lutz #1. The county’s geological consultant, Gretchen Hurley, has reviewed the application and has no concerns about it. Brad Basse moved to approve the Lutz #1 well permit application from Frank and Sheila Lutz. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Owl Creek Water District Water Supply Project Grant Draft Request #1 — OCWD consultant Harry Hughes appeared to present GDR #1 for the Owl Creek Water Supply Project for the Commissioners’ approval. Mike Baker moved to approve GDR #1 to the Wyoming Business Council-Investment Ready Communities Grant for the Owl Creek Water Supply project in the amount of $1,619.00. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Consider Hurley Geological Consulting Agreement — Deputy Clerk Herdt presented a Consulting Agreement submitted by Hurley Geological Consulting, Gretchen Hurley, P.G. for services relative to establishing a Control Area around the Big Spring area in Thermopolis and providing general geological/geohydrological consulting related to other such issues faced by the county. The agreement provides consulting services at the rate of $80.00/hour for the time period December 6, 2011 through January 1, 2013. The County Attorney has reviewed the agreement and suggested that the pay period be extended to 30 days from receipt of the invoice as the county pays once a month. Brad Basse moved to approve the Consulting Agreement between Hot Springs County and Hurley Geological Consulting as presented, with a change to Item 2. Consideration-B. Expenses-last sentence - the payout period changed from 14 days to 30 days. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Correspondence
State Board of Equalization — Marathon Oil Appeal Acknowledgement
LGLP — Proposed 2012 Legislation
Thermopolis/Hot Springs County EDC to Town of Thermopolis — Golf Course Support Letter
Hot Springs County Treasurer — Monthly Financial Reports
The Commissioners reviewed the foregoing items. No further action was required or taken at this time.

Adjournment
There 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 3:10 p.m.
Attest:


John P. Lumley, Chairman Hans Odde, Clerk to the Board







BILLS – November 2011
MATTHEW BENDER & CO.,INC. 129.42 / KONE INC. 369.15
WORLAND CLEANERS & SUPPLY 82.90 / HOT SPRINGS VETERINARY CLINIC 144.00
UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING 4,839.00 / AMERICAN JAIL ASSOCIATION 48.00
TEE’S PLUS 22.00 / WYOMING DEPT OF AGRICULTURE 25.00
ST. VINCENT HEALTHCARE 355.26 / AFLAC (ACCOUNT #HW652) 798.65
STATE OF WYOMING - A&I 57.24 / ALLEGIANCE BENEFIT PLAN MANGT, INC. 40,553.46
AMCOM 7,723.00 / ANITA WEISBECK 94.35 / ATLAS OFFICE PRODUCTS, INC. 266.35
BRESNAN COMMUNICATIONS 55.20 / BARTON STAM 607.70 / BERNADETTE D’ACE 180.74
BIG HORN WATER 74.75 / BIG HORN REDI-MIX 1,439.82 / BLAIR’S SUPER MARKET 716.19
BOBBI OVERFIELD 120.00 / BROKERS NATIONAL LIFE 498.60
BRUCE N. "BO" BOWMAN 54.24 / CANYON SPORTING GOODS 50.77 / CAROL PICKETT 79.98
CASSIDY VANKIRK 45.00 / CD SIGNS & SUPPLY 250.00
RED ROCK FAMILY PRACTICE 172.00 / CLOUD PEAK COUNSELING CENTER 39.00
CNA SURETY 450.00 / THERMOPOLIS HARDWARE 390.54 / CODY SIKES 117.69
COLONIAL SUPPLEMENTAL INS. 148.60 / VERIZON WIRELESS 70.41
VERIZON WIRELESS 39.38 / VERIZON WIRELESS 57.27 / VERIZON WIRELESS 266.99
VERIZON WIRELESS 50.87 / KOERWITZ, MICHEL, 9,000.00
CRETEX CONCRETE PRODUCTS WEST INC 2,335.00 / CROWLEY AIR SERVICE, LLC 4,838.07


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D & A CONSTRUCTION, INC. 16,871.00 / DON’S IGA 103.77
EATON SALES & SERVICE LLC 649.00 / EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS 5,000.00
ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES 11,031.53 / EXPRESS POLICE SUPPLY, INC 309.93
FASTENAL COMPANY 24.66 / FINISHING TOUCHES 360.98
ROCKY MOUNTAIN FIRE SYSTEMS 802.57 / CENTRAL BANK & TRUST 120.00
FLEETPRIDE 136.55 / PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 38,107.08
FOOD SERVICES OF AMERICA 2,130.63 / GDA ENGINEERS 104,393.19
GOTTSCHE THERAPY REHAB WELLNESS 310.00 / MOUNTAIN WEST BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 15.53
HANS ODDE 301.17 / BETH HELM 59.43 / HOLLAND & HART LLP 9,882.63
HOT SPRINGS MUSEUM 50,000.00 / HOT SPRINGS CONSERVATION DISTRICT 38,000.00
HOT SPRINGS COUNTY HEALTH INS ACCT 58,560.21
HOT SPRINGS CO. SCHOOL DIST #1 7,318.38 / INDEPENDENT RECORD 1,296.76
INDOFF INC. 182.97 / INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF 200.00 / JADECO, INC. 9,738.26
JADECO,INC. RETENTION 1,061.50 / JAZMYN SCHUFT-CLARK 32.50
JENNIFER CHENEY 532.17 / JILL JACOBSON 625.00 / JOHN P. LUMLEY 945.50
JOHNSTONE SUPPLY 10.30 / JOSHUA SPENCE 60.00 / JUDITH HARVEY 25.88
KENT A. RICHINS 350.00 / KINDALE ANDREEN 62.50
KNAPP SUPPLY & EQUIPMENT CO. 215.10 / LEXIS NEXIS 92.00 / MANDY MCDONALD 30.00
MARY A. GORDON 19.25 / MARIE MCDOUGALL 17.27 / MEADOW GOLD DAIRY 391.50
HOT SPRINGS CO. MEM. HOSPITAL 1,151.90 / HOT SPRINGS COUNSELING SERVICE 300.00
MESSENGER & JUROVICH, P.C. 714.66 / NIELSEN OIL CO., INC. 45.80
O’REILLY AUTO PARTS 41.96 / O’REILLY AUTO PARTS 212.24
THE OFFICE SHOP, INC 301.71 / OWL LUMBER INC. 14.49
OWL CREEK WATER DISTRICT 1,619.00 / PATTERSON CONSTRUCTION 7,895.00
ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 4,135.03 / PAMIDA 106.80 / PARK COUNTY 25,000.00
PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 79.99 / PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 681.08
PIZZA HUT 190.91 / PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 450.00
PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 1,625.00 / POSTMASTER 1,011.80
POWER EQUIPMENT 476.00 / PROFORCE LAW ENFORCEMENT 248.95
QUARTERMASTER, INC. 84.99 / CENTURY LINK 650.70 / CENTURY LINK 6.34
RAGG TAGGS 264.50 / THE RADAR SHOP 531.00 / ROCKING ARROW RANCH 2,140.00
TRUENORTH STEEL 468.31 / RT COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 2,356.97
SHOSHONE OFFICE SUPPLY 759.63 / SIMPSON, KEPLER & EDWARDS, LLC 9,200.50
SNOW CREST CHEMICALS 304.25 / SPRINGHILL SUITES 89.00
HOT SPRINGS CO SENIOR CITIZENS INC 23,880.23 / THE STANDARD INS. CO. 1,401.34
STEHLIN PLUMBING & CONTRACTING 281.00 / STEPHANIE PALU 30.00
TEAM LABORATORY CHEMICAL CORP. 3,374.98 / TEEPEE POOLS 318.00
THERMOPOLIS HARDWARE 28.76 / THOMAS L. BENNETT, M.D. 1,720.00
TOWN OF THERMOPOLIS 1,048.15 / TRI COUNTY TELEPHONE ASSOC,INC 334.29
THOS. Y. PICKETT & COMPANY, INC. 1,650.00 / VERIZON WIRELESS 34.38
VERIZON WIRELESS 34.34 / VICKLUND PHARMACY 1,121.63 / VISA - CARD ONE 13.26
VISA - CARD THREE 102.12 / VISA - CARD FOUR 145.00 / VISA - CARD SIX 609.97
VISA 43.59 / VISA 605.66 / VISA 105.50 / WCS TELECOM 267.13
WEST PAYMENT CENTER 42.97 / WHITE HORSE FEED & SEED LLC 340.47
WILLIAM LARSON 30.00 / WORLAND FORD-CHRYSLER, INC. 38.60
EMPLOYMENT TAX DIVISION 2,510.01 / WYOMING TAXPAYERS ASSOCIATION 100.00
WYOMING ASSOCIATION OF COUNTY 100.00 / WYOMING.COM 20.00
WYOMING DIVISION OF 199.00 / ORCHARD TRUST COMPANY 4,969.26
WY DEPT. OF ENVIRONMENTAL 200.00 / WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF WORKFORCE 1,065.25
WYOMING GAS 983.25 / WYONET INC. 113.95 / WYO RETIREMENT SYSTEM 23,009.61
036-NCPERS GROUP LIFE INS. 272.00 / WYOMING STATIONERY 287.07
WYOMING TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER CENTER 135.00
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