MINUTES OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING
|- STATE OF WYOMING||)||OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF|
|COUNTY OF HOT SPRINGS||)||THERMOPOLIS WYOMING|
|February 3, 2009|
|The Hot Springs County Board of Commissioners met in regular session on Tuesday, February 3, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in the Commissioners Room at the Courthouse.|
Present were Commissioners Brad W. Basse and John P. Lumley. Commissioner Frank T. Manning was absent due to his trip to the Legislature in Cheyenne to attend a hearing regarding the funding bill for the Big Horn Basin Discovery Center. Also present were Clerk to the Board, Hans Odde, Hot Springs County Attorney, Jerry D. Williams, and Administrative Assistant to the Commissioners, Penny Herdt. Chairman
Brad W. Basse led those present in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Chairman Basse suspended Robert’s Rules of Order in order to conduct business in Commissioner Manning’s absence.
|Approval of Agenda|
|John P. Lumley made a motion to approve the agenda with the following amendments:|
|Dr. Willson – TSA Proposed Regulations|
6. Wyoming Dept. of Health – Title 25 Recommendations
2.c. Shaw Prospect Well
7. Work Session: Armory Joint Powers Board, County Commissioners, Town of Thermopolis, & State Park Staff @ Town Hall @ 6:00 p.m. on 02-03-09.
8. Lane 3 Study – Draw Down Request #3
|Brad W. Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.|
|Approve Minutes||John P. Lumley made a motion to approve the minutes of January 6, 2009 and January 20, 2009 as presented. Brad W. Basse seconded. Motion carried|
|The following bills were submitted for approval: (see attached) Payroll for January, 2009 - $146,939.06.|
|Emergency Management Monthly Report|
|Wyo-Link Membership Agreement – Emergency Management Coordinator Bill Gordon presented the
Commissioners with the Wyo-Link Membership Agreement between the Wyoming Public Safety
Communications Commission and Hot Springs Emergency Management. There is no financial
commitment involved with this agreement—it is merely an agreement to participate once the Wyo-Link
system is up and running. County Attorney Jerry Williams has reviewed the agreement and has no
objections to it. John P. Lumley moved to approve the agreement for signature. Brad W. Basse
seconded the motion. Motion carried.|
CodeRed – Coordinator Gordon reported that the CodeRed Public Notification System should be fully functional by the end of February. Passwords have been received for all five entities having direct access to the system. Those entities include Emergency Management, Public Health (Hospital), Sheriff’s Office, Police Department, Dispatch and the School System. Training of personnel from these entities will take place in the near future. An ad will be placed in the newspaper to inform the public about its role and responsibilities regarding the system setup and activation. Mr. Gordon will be available to assist members of the public with any questions they may have regarding the system.
Computer Tower – Teletype – Coordinator Gordon requested approval to purchase a new computer tower for the Dispatch Office to be used with the Teletype system and the CodeRed system. The old tower is seven years old and badly in need of upgrading. The new tower will cost approximately $600.00, with half the money to come from the Teletype Equipment & Supplies line item in the Town budget, and the other half to come from the Emergency Management or Sheriff’s Department Dispatch line item in the County budget. No formal approval is required unless the proposed budget line items cannot accommodate the tower purchase, in which case Mr. Gordon will return before the Commissioners for approval to purchase the tower from the Courthouse Equipment line item.
New JLE Entrance – Coordinator Gordon indicated that ComTronix has received all the necessary items to complete the installation of equipment to allow the opening of the new entrance within the next week or two.
Road and Bridge Monthly Report Road & Bridge Supervisor Jim Skelton reported that the demolition of the Oddfellows building went smoothly. The fence and warning signs will remain in place until the hole has been filled in. Holes on the old REA building will be filled and grouted when the temperature improves.
Lake Creek Project – Mr. Skelton reported that the Lake Creek project is nearly complete and went very well. They will finish the grading when the weather warms up and the ice melts. The project costs will be split between the landowner, the oil company and the county. The certificate of completion will be filed when the grading is finished.
Water Permit – The water permit for Cottonwood has been received and is valid for two years. Electrical Service – Maintenance Shop – Chairman Basse reviewed the requirements for the electrical service upgrades at the county’s maintenance shop with Mr. Skelton. Mr. Skelton gave his approval for the work to be completed.
Reclamation – Planner Lee Campbell asked Supervisor Skelton to document with pictures any reclamation work that is done on gravel pits and other sites this year for submission to the WDEQ.
|Maintenance Monthly Report|
|Maintenance Supervisor Chuck Carver reported that all the Christmas decorations have been taken down except the lights, and they will be removed as soon as the roof is not so icy. The supply pump discussed at the last meeting is running very well. Cooling tower leaks will be repaired this month. Mr. Carver discussed the heat pump system in the offices of the courthouse. He is looking at ways to improve the system’s efficiency.|
|Buffalo Creek/Kirby Creek Watershed Group Adopt-A-Road Proposal – Jim Kirsch appeared to
discuss with the Commissioners the possibility of the Watershed Group having a trash pick-up day along
Kirby Creek and Buffalo Creek Roads. The Commissioners expressed their support for the project and
asked Mr. Kirsch to let them know if they need any assistance from the county.|
Lincoln Month Proclamation – As discussed at the last meeting with Dorothy Milek, John P. Lumley made a motion to, jointly with the Town of Thermopolis, proclaim February, 2009, as Abraham Lincoln Month in Thermopolis and Hot Springs County. Brad W. Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried. The Commissioners signed the following proclamation, and it will be presented for signature at the Town Council meeting tonight as well.
|Hans Odde – Hot Springs County Boards & Committees|
|Mr. Odde presented the county board openings to the Commissioners as follows:|
Land Use Planning Board
Weed & Pest Board
|1 opening / 2 applicants|
1 opening / 1 applicant
2 openings / 2 applicants
|The Commissioners reviewed the applications received in response to the advertisements placed in the Independent Record. The following positions were appointed:|
|Land Use Planning Board|
Weed & Pest Board
Alan Barnett – Area 1
Chip Axtell – Area 4
|Due to a tie in the voting for the Museum Board, that position will be appointed at the next meeting on 02-17-09. John P. Lumley made the motion to defer the Museum Board appointment to 02-17-09 and certify the foregoing appointments. Brad W. Basse seconded. Motion carried.|
|BoardYouth Alternatives – Monthly Report / Draw Down Request|
|Youth Alternatives Director Bob Wyss reported that the program had two graduates this month. There
are four more participants in the deferral program, which allows all charges to be dropped upon
successful completion of the six-month program.|
WCCA Funds Reimbursement – It appears that the program may be getting some of the unused juvenile detention set-aside money back to be used to reimburse the County for wages and other qualifying expenses. The amount of reimbursement should be between $5,000 and $6,000.
7 Habits of Highly Efficient Teens – Director Wyss is looking at the purchase of several copies of the book “7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens” in paperback and a download version, as well as a couple of iPods to load the book on for program participants who have difficulty reading. He feels that this book would be quite beneficial to the participants in his program.
Proposed Juvenile Justice Rules – Director Wyss plans to attend a meeting in Laramie in March to provide input on the proposed new Juvenile Justice Rules. County Attorney Jerry Williams has
expressed interest in sending a comment letter from his perspective with Mr. Wyss to be presented at this meeting.
Draw Down Request #19 – Director Wyss presented Draw Down Request #19 for the period January 1, 2009 through January 31, 2009 in the amount of $2,365.68. John P. Lumley made a motion to approve Draw Down Request #19 for the WCCA/OJJDP “Non-Participating” State Grant #2006-JF-FX-K002 in the amount of $2,365.68. Brad W. Basse seconded. Motion carried.
Cold Mix Project Award – Harry Hughes with Owl Creek Engineering presented the Commissioners with a final Bid Tabulation for the Cold Mix project. After reviewing the bids and investigating the qualifications of the contractors, Mr. Hughes recommended the bid be awarded to the low bidder, Mountain Construction of Lovell, Wyoming. John P. Lumley moved to award the bid for the HSC Spring, 2009 Cold Mix Project to Mountain Construction of Lovell, Wyoming in the amount of $343,230.20. Brad W. Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried. Mr. Hughes notified the Commissioners that, on the request of Road & Bridge Supervisor Jim Skelton, the quantity of mix produced will be increased by 17% over the amount specified on the bid, due to the favorable pricing received on the bid. This will increase the cost of the project by $53,920.80, which is still well below the amount budgeted for the project. A change order will be prepared and sent to contractor for signature with the rest of the bid award documentation. The final contract and Change Order #1 will be presented for signature at the Commissioners’ meeting on February 17, 2009. Mr. Hughes reported that there is a confirmed price of $675.00 per liquid ton from Cenex in Laurel, Montana for the oil to be used in the Cold Mix project. He has received an e-mail from the WYDOT purchasing agent, Mike Delew, indicating that the State’s 2009 Purchasing Contract Bid Opening will take place on February 25, 2009. Hot Springs County’s request for oil is included on the State’s purchasing contract, so there is a possibility of getting the oil at a lower cost. The Commissioners asked Mr. Hughes to prepare Specifications and Bid Proposals for backfill and compaction of the hole left at the site of the new Public Health building to be presented at the next Commissioners meeting on February 17, 2009.
Treasurer – 60/90 Day Illness Exception – At the County Treasurer’s (Mickey Jean Ford’s) request, Clerk Odde reviewed Statute #18-03-901 regarding Absence from Office and Replacement of County Officials with the Commissioners. Treasurer Ford has been battling an illness since December which has resulted in her absence from work on frequent occasions recently. At this time, it is anticipated that Treasurer Ford will return to work in the fairly near future. The Commissioners expressed appreciation for the update and passed along their best wishes for Treasurer Ford’s continued recovery.
|Lee Campbell – Subdivision Update|
| Pearce Subdivision - Continuation of Final Public Hearing – Planner Lee Campbell indicated that
the Final Plat for the Pearce Subdivision will not be ready for signature until the February 17, 2009 Board
of County Commissioners meeting. Final Public Hearing will be continued until the February 17th
Coyote Terrace (Schmidt) Subdivision – Planner Campbell reported that he had received the
Final Plat for the Coyote Terrace Subdivision, but, due to a lack of required signatures, it will not be ready
for the Commissioners’ signature until the February 17, 2009 meeting.
Planner Campbell reported that there has been a recent influx of subdivision requests to the Land
Use Planning Board that may be coming before the Commissioners in the future, including requests from
the Nakamura family, Richard & Sandy Baker, Tim & Nancy Blaich, Larry & Connie Dickinson, and the
Airport Equipment & Runway Concerns – Airport FBO Ray Arey appeared before the Commissioners with a list of concerns regarding the airport. He first asked for a clarification of the contract terms regarding equipment repairs. Chairman Basse reviewed the contract with Mr. Arey and explained that, due to contractual and budget constraints, Mr. Arey would need to take equipment requiring major repairs to local or regional entities instead of the Road & Bridge Department.
Snowplow – Mr. Arey reported that the snowplow blade assembly on the large truck is completely worn out and needs rebuilt. He will contact P&S Machine in Worland to handle the work. Costs will be paid out of the Airport Maintenance line item in the County budget.
Pickup Hydraulic Motor – Motor is barely running and needs repaired or replaced. Mr. Arey will check into repairing or replacing the motor. Costs will come out of the Airport Maintenance budget.
Water Line Replacement Runway Damage – As a result of a water line replacement two years ago by the Golf Course, a settling trough has developed, running the full width of the runway, directly over the replaced water line. Mr. Arey feels that this presents a dangerous condition to larger airplanes using the runway. As there is a seal coat project planned for the runway this year, Mr. Arey would like to see this
damage repaired prior to the seal coat project. Commissioners agreed that the repairs should be made prior to the seal coat project. Discussion followed regarding who might be responsible for the cost of these repairs. Further investigation is needed on this matter. No action was taken.
Runway Sink Update – Mr. Arey presented the Commissioners with a graph showing the rapid (geologically speaking) progress of the natural sink at one end of the runway over the last three years. The depth of the sink has increased 4.5” over the last three years. Due to the location of the sink, Mr. Arey does not feel that it represents a danger to aircraft using the airport at this time, but did want the Commissioners to be aware of the situation in case it becomes a problem in the future.
Airport Pavement Maintenance Discussion – Clerk Odde reported that he had spoken with John Jordy with the WYDOT Aeronautics Division last week. WYDOT would like the County to do a seal coat project at the airport this spring/summer under WYDOT’s Airport Improvement Program. Since this grant-funded project falls outside the regular WYDOT Aeronautics Pavement Maintenance program, the grant would be a 90/10 match instead of the regular 80/20 match. The County would be responsible for the engineering, specifications and bid letting for the project, but all costs relating to these items would be covered under the grant. Chairman Basse asked Clerk Odde to investigate the possibility of including the previously discussed runway trough repair in the scope of this proposed project. Commissioners asked Clerk Odde to begin proceedings for the project immediately.
|Planner Monthly Report|
|Planner Lee Campbell inquired about the status of the DEQ/EQC Water Discharge Socio-Economic
Study after the Commissioners’ Legislative Meeting in Cheyenne in January. Chairman Basse reported
that the information sent with the Commissioners to Cheyenne had been delivered to Ryan Lance in the
Governor’s Office, and would be delivered by Temple Stevenson to Tex Taylor at the University. No
discussions were had regarding funding sources for the study. The ball is now in the EQC’s court.
Planner Campbell then reviewed the current status of various actions by the BLM relative to several
Resource Management Plans statewide for the Commissioners’ benefit.|
Proposed FAA/TSA Regulations – Dr. Howard Willson appeared before the Commissioners to discuss the proposed FAA/TSA regulations regarding security requirements for privately owned and flown airplanes. He presented an article that appeared in the Aircraft Owner & Pilots Association magazine outlining the proposed security changes and their effect on small, privately-owned aircraft. Dr. Willson perceives that these changes are arbitrary and capricious and could have a very detrimental effect on air traffic in and out of rural airports such as the one located in Hot Springs County, as well as the proposed new airport. He asked the Commissioners to express formal objection to the rules to the FAA/TSA, as well as our national Congressional representatives John Barrasso, Cynthia Lummis, and Mike Enzi. The Commissioners agreed to put this item on their February 17th meeting agenda for formal action.
|Public Health/Governmental Annex Building Draw Down Request #5 - County Clerk Hans Odde presented Draw Down Request #5 in the amount of $10,069.32. Brad W. Basse declared a conflict regarding his company’s portion of the Draw Down Request. Said conflict was duly noted. John P. Lumley moved to approve SLIB Draw Down Request #5 for the HSC Public Health/Government Annex Project in the amount of $10,069.32. Brad W. Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.|
|Well Applications Review|
| Peanut #1 – James Byrd – Review by the County’s geological consultant indicates no conflict with
this well. John P. Lumley moved to approve to approve the application with no conditions. Brad W.
Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.|
Shaw Prospect – John & Margaret Shaw – Review by the County’s geological consultant indicates no conflict with this well. Consultant does recommend installation of a reverse osmosis system on the well, and indicated the anticipated 25 gallons per minute yield figure may be high. She anticipates a maximum flow of 10 gallons per minute from this well. John P. Lumley moved to approve to approve the application with no conditions. Brad W. Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Sign CDBG Senior Center Planning Grant – Clerk Odde presented the Senior Center Planning Grant Application for the Commissioners’ signature. The public hearing held on 01-20-09 yielded only positive comments and there are no other issues to be dealt with before proceeding with the grant application. John P. Lumley moved to authorize the CDBG Senior Center Planning Grant application for $25,000.00 with the $8,333.00 match provided by the Senior Center. Brad W. Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
HSC Memorial Hospital Roof Replacement Draw Down Request #1 – Clerk Odde presented SLIB Emergency Grant Draw Down Request #1 for Phase 1 of the HSCMH roof replacement project. The Emergency Grant total was $121,258.15, but the project came in under budget, so the Draw Down Request is only for the amount of $90,075.65. John P. Lumley moved to approve SLIB Emergency Grant Draw Down Request #1 for Phase 1 of the HSCMH roof replacement project in the amount of $90,075.65. Brad W. Basse seconded the motion. Discussion: It is somewhat difficult to be certain if the project is complete from the documentation provided, but the assumption is that it is complete. If not, there is still money remaining in the grant to cover any further expenses. Motion carried.
Owl Creek Irrigation District Proxy – The County owns a gravel pit that is part of and assessed by the Owl Creek Irrigation District. Therefore, the County is entitled to voting representation at the annual meetings of the District. John P. Lumley moved to assign the County Commissioners’ voting proxy to District member Duane Watkins for the OCI District Annual District Meeting and Elections to be held on February 5, 2009. Brad W. Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Lucerne Pumping Plant Canal Company Proxy – The afore-mentioned gravel pit is also assessed by the Lucerne Pumping Plant Canal Company. Therefore, the County is entitled to voting representation at the annual meetings of the Company. John P. Lumley moved to assign the County Commissioners’ voting proxy to LPPCC member Duane Watkins for the LPPCC Annual District Meeting and Elections to be held on February 10, 2009. Brad W. Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Work Session: Armory JPB, County Commissioners, Town of Thermopolis and State Park representatives – There will be a work session at the Town Hall on 02-03-09 at 6:00 p.m. with members of these groups to discuss transfer of ownership of the Armory to the Joint Powers Board. As the County’s representative on the Joint Powers Board, Commissioner Manning has indicated that he supports ownership of the Armory by the JPB. No action required by the Commissioners.
Lane 3 Feasibility Study Draw Down Request #3 – Clerk Odde presented Draw Down Request #3 for the Lane 3 Feasibility Study in the amount of $2,543.00. John P. Lumley moved to approve Lane 3 Feasibility Study Draw Down Request #3 in the amount of $2,543.00. Brad W. Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Friends of Park County History – Park County Centennial CelebrationCommissioners reviewed the foregoing correspondence. Discussion regarding the Leadership Hot Springs County request for funding for Park Benches: Commissioners indicated this seemed like a worthy project, but due to the short timeline for participation and lack of prior funding for this request in the budget, the County will not be able to accommodate this request. No action was required or taken on any correspondence items.
|Adjournment||John P. Lumley made a motion to adjourn at 3:37 pm. Brad W. Basse seconded. Motion carried.|
|At this time, Clerk Odde recognized that the Tuffner Well #1 item under Other Business on the agenda
had been inadvertently omitted and needed to be dealt with. Chairman Basse reconvened the meeting at
3:40 p.m. The Tuffner Well #1 application submitted by Betty & Kenneth M. Tuffner has been reviewed
by the County’s geological consultant, Gretchen Hurley. Ms. Hurley indicated that the wellsite falls within
the Preliminary Hot Springs Protection Area Boundary for the Big Spring, and recommended approval of
the application only with the following conditions: Depth is to be limited to 150’ for domestic use only, and
volume is to be limited to 25 gallons per minute or less to supply the home. After discussion, John P.
Lumley moved to request the State Engineer’s Office to approve the Tuffner Well #1 permit to be drilled to
a depth of no more than 150’for domestic use only and for a total yield of 25 gpm or less to supply the
home. Brad W. Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried. Clerk Odde will include the supporting
attachments provided by Ms. Hurley in the letter to the State regarding the well.|
There being no further business to come before the Board, John P. Lumley moved to adjourn. Brad W. Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
|Brad W. Basse, Chairman||Hans Odde, Clerk to the Board|
|JANUARY, 2009 BILLS|
|MATTHEW BENDER & CO.,INC. 49.85||THERMOPOLIS - HOT SPRINGS 1,500.00|
|BEST WESTERN OUTLAW INN 534.00||RED ROCK FAMILY PRACTICE 395.00|
|POSTAGE BY PHONE 1,500.00||THERMOPOLIS HARDWARE 630.41|
|COLONIAL SUPPLEMENTAL INS. 284.70||VERIZON WIRELESS 51.23|
|VERIZON WIRELESS 63.15||VERIZON WIRELESS 62.41|
|VERIZON WIRELESS 715.28||VERIZON WIRELESS 38.65|
|COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES 474.00||CINDY MAGELKY 291.80|
|KOERWITZ, MICHEL, 5,750.00||D & A CONSTRUCTION, INC. 2,475.00|
|DELOYD QUARBERG 567.64||DON'S IGA 29.45|
|D.R.A. SERVICES LLC 5,156.23||DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES, INC. 843.78|
|EATON SALES & SERVICE INC. 2,069.81||ECONO SIGNS LLC 1,745.04|
|EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS 5,000.00||FASTENAL COMPANY 105.45|
|FINISHING TOUCHES 301.11||FLEETWOOD FINANCIAL CORP. 3,692.68|
|SHELL FLEET PLUS PROCESSING CENTER 52.00||PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 35,848.95|
|FOOD SERVICES OF AMERICA 1,591.86||FRANK T. MANNING 786.98|
|H & H BUSINESS SYSTEMS OF WYOMING 53.65||HACKER, HACKER & KENDALL, PC 506.59|
|HEARTLAND CONSTRUCTION GROUP 130.00||HORSE WORKS 2,000.00|
|HOT SPRINGS CONSERVATION DISTRICT 19,000.00||HOT SPRINGS COUNTY HEALTH INS ACCT 38,858.36|
|HOT SPRINGS CO. SCHOOL DIST #1 5,419.89||INBERG-MILLER ENGINEERS 3,391.26|
|INDEPENDENT RECORD 1,180.13||INDOFF INC. 658.84|
|INTEGRA INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES 7,054.45||JACK'S TRUCK & EQUIPMENT 160.27|
|JADECO, INC. 317.31||JERRY D. WILLIAMS 25.92|
|JOHN LUMLEY 539.04||JULIA'S RENTAL SALES & SERVICE INC. 45.00|
|KENNEDY ACE HARDWARE 54.50||KENNETH H. MUELLER, MD 205.00|
|KENT A. RICHINS 225.00||BIG KMART 50.00|
|KTHE RADIO 117.00||LEE A. CAMPBELL 492.32|
|LOUIS L. WALRATH 290.00||MARY GORDON 125.27|
|MBA OF WYOMING 97,771.64||MEADOW GOLD DAIRY 322.99|
|MEINECKE & SITZ, LLC 1,187.62||HOT SPRINGS CO. MEM. HOSPITAL 90,075.65|
|HOT SPRINGS COUNSELING SERVICE 500.00||MESSENGER & JUROVICH, P.C. 175.30|
|MOUNTAIN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 4,100.00||NIELSEN OIL CO., INC. 244.00|
|ONE STOP REPAIR & 18.00||O'REILLY AUTO PARTS 103.93|
|THE OFFICE SHOP, INC 177.49||OWL CREEK ENGINEERING 3,316.38|
|ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 4,040.09||PAMIDA 50.25|
|PAPER DIRECT,INC. 23.94||PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 938.51|
|PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 42.65||PENNY HERDT 346.21|
|PIZZA HUT 36.56||PLAN ONE/ARCHITECTS 12,317.51|
|PLAINSMAN PRINTING & SUPPLY 294.20||POSTMASTER 478.00|
|POWER TOYS-POLARIS 209.75||QUARTERMASTER, INC. 77.96|
|QWEST 654.70||REDD ROOFING COMPANY 4,471.30|
|RECOVERY SYSTEMS 384.43||GORRELL & HOPKINSON, P.C. 928.81|
|RIVERTON TIRE & OIL CO., INC. 6,674.60||ROCKY MOUNTAIN INFORMATION NETWORK 100.00|
|ROCKY MOUNTAIN SCALE,INC. 31.85||ROAD-RUNNER TWO, LLC 127.53|
|RT COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 3,458.32||SAFEGUARD BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 193.98|
|SANOFI PASTEUR, INC. 722.06||SHELLEY DEROMEDI 12.55|
|SHOSHONE OFFICE SUPPLY 1,043.18||JAMES R. SKELTON 50.00|
|SPRINGHILL SUITES 280.00||HOT SPRINGS CO SENIOR CITIZENS INC 27,394.48|
|STACIA H. LINTON 55.96||THE STANDARD INS. CO. 1,312.34|
|STEVE'S PLUMBING & HEATING 575.00||THE STOREHOUSE 40.00|
|TEEPEE POOLS 304.00||C.O.T. ENTERPRISE,INC. 56.20|
|TOWN OF THERMOPOLIS 1,208.41||VERIZON WIRELESS 43.98|
|VISA - CARD ONE 107.81||WCS TELECOM 266.27|
|WHITE HORSE FEED & SEED LLC 9.98||WILLIAM F. GORDON 7.26|
|EMPLOYMENT TAX DIVISION 1,647.98||WYOMING.COM 40.00|
|WYOMING DIVISION OF 228.00||ORCHARD TRUST COMPANY 4,975.00|
|WY DEPT. OF ENVIRONMENTAL 200.00||WYOMING GAS 3,097.49|
|WYO RETIREMENT SYSTEM 18,270.55||036-NCPERS GROUP LIFE INS. 288.00|
|HANSON'S FIRE EQUIPMENT 353.55||HOT SPRINGS VETERINARY CLINIC 215.00|
|HASCO INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY 292.88||DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 13,924.51|
|RAMS HEAD FINANCIAL SERVICES 100.00||HOT SPRINGS COUNTY CPR CHAPTER 140.00|
|WYOMING DEPT OF AGRICULTURE 25.00||ST.VINCENT HEALTHCARE 289.50|
|AFLAC 550.60||STATE OF WYOMING - A&I 146.74|
|ANITA WEISBECK 55.01||ATLAS OFFICE PRODUCTS, INC. 578.00|
|AUTO & RV SPECIALTIES INC. 356.00||BARNARD DUNKELBERG & COMPANY 51,785.81|
|BIG HORN CULLIGAN WATER 71.50||BIG WEST AUTOPLEX 28.75|
|BLAIR'S SUPER MARKET 497.09||BLAIR'S SUPER MARKET 148.33|
|BOB WYSS 145.34||BRAD W. BASSE 343.75|
|BREE GERBER 363.72||BRODY CHEMICAL 147.58|
|BROKERS NATIONAL LIFE 367.70||BUSY BEE'S PRINTING 13.28|
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