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MINUTES OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING
April 6, 2010


- STATE OF WYOMING ) OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF
  ) COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
COUNTY OF HOT SPRINGS ) THERMOPOLIS WYOMING
    April 6, 2010
The Hot Springs County Board of Commissioners met in regular session on Tuesday, April 6, 2010, at 9:00 a.m. in the Public Meeting room in the Government Annex.

Present were Commissioners Brad W. Basse and John P. Lumley. Also present were Hot Springs County Attorney Jerry D. Williams and Administrative Assistant to the Commissioners Penny Herdt. Chairman John P. Lumley led those present in the Pledge of Allegiance. Chairman Lumley suspended Roberts Rules of Order so that business could be conducted in the absence of Commissioner Frank T. Manning due to illness. Chairman Lumley then noted that County Clerk Odde was absent due to circumstances beyond his control, and that Penny Herdt had been properly deputized and would act in Clerk Odde’s place at the meeting.
Approval of Agenda
Brad W. Basse moved to approve the agenda with the following amendments:
ADD: Regular Business
          Other Business
4. a. Utility License Agreement – TCT – Hamilton Dome Fiber Project
7. Search & Rescue/AEOC Signage
8. Four County Spring Meeting Report
John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Approval of Minutes
Brad W. Basse made a motion to approve the minutes of March 2 and 16, 2010, as presented. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Approve Bills
The following bills were submitted for approval: (see attached) Chairman Lumley pointed out that any bill involving one of the Commissioners will only be signed by the other Commissioner, and will be ratified upon Commissioner Manning’s return. Payroll for March, 2010 - $147,371.24 .
Rebates & Supplemental
Assessor Shelley Deromedi presented the following rebates for the Commissioners’ approval:
Rebate #15-10 – Kevin Taylor- 2008 Parcel #1785– All of Lot 17, and all fractional parts of Lots 14, 15 and 16, Block 5, McManigal’s Addition to the Town of Thermopolis, Hot Springs County, Wyoming. During a review of property characteristics and legal description an error in land size was discovered, which resulted in over-assessment of 511 for tax year 2008. Taxes in the amount of $38.94 need to be rebated. Brad W. Basse moved to approve Rebate #15-10 to Kevin Taylor in the amount of $38.94. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Rebate #16-10 – Kevin Taylor- 2009 Parcel #1785– All of Lot 17, and all fractional parts of Lots 14, 15 and 16, Block 5, McManigal’s Addition to the Town of Thermopolis, Hot Springs County, Wyoming. During a review of property characteristics and legal description an error in land size was discovered, which resulted in overassessment of 492 for tax year 2009. Taxes in the amount of $35.44 need to be rebated. Brad W. Basse moved to approve Rebate #16-10 to Kevin Taylor in the amount of $35.44. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Assessor Deromedi reported processing the following supplemental tax bill:
Exxon Mobil Corporation – Take In-Kind Oil production at Grass Creek during 2007. Exxon filed late original returns for take in-kind production at Crass Creek, Group #s 50620 and 50621 for the 2007 production year. This resulted in underassessment on Group #50620 of $13,184 and on Group #50621 of $17,849. A supplemental tax notice in the amount of $2,209.55 has been processed through the Treasurer’s Office.
Monthly Emergency Management Report
Emergency Management Coordinator Bill Gordon reported that the 5-County Ag Emergency Exercise was a great success. There participants from the USDA, State Vet’s Office, State Veterinary Lab, Game & Fish Department, State Livestock Board, Wyoming Dept. of Agriculture and all five area counties. Mr. Gordon has also been conducting table-top exercises at the School Administration Building on the first Friday of each month involving the Superintendent, Principals, and Admin Assistants from all different

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levels of the school district. Sheriff’s Office and Police Department personnel have participated as well. Mr. Gordon expressed his deep appreciation for the participation and assistance of Officer Gary Sikes, the School Resource Officer, with these exercises. On April 22, he will be working with the Public Health Department to conduct a “White Powder-Suspicious Package” training exercise at the Fire Hall. Mr. Gordon would like to encourage representatives from all the County offices to attend this exercise. Another training being offered that Coordinator Gordon feels would be quite beneficial to county employees is being held in Riverton on April 29th from 1-4 p.m. This free, half-day training is being conducted by the Wyoming State Historical Records Advisory Board, and will focus on Data & Records Disaster Recovery. WYO-Link is progressing rapidly, and Mr. Gordon anticipates full on-line functionality by September 1st.
Maintenance Monthly Report
Maintenance Foreman Chuck Carver reported he is in the process of rebuilding the air handler at the library. He is still working with Johnson Controls to tweak the climate control system for the Government Annex building. The thermostat for the Satellite Clinic may have to be relocated to south wall to improve its functioning. Mr. Carver indicated that he would like to hire someone full-time to alleviate the current problem with having no one to cover for him when he tries to take vacation or other time off. He would also like to keep the current part-time custodial position through the end of the 2010-2011 fiscal year to catch up on maintenance. The Commissioners indicated that they would rather look at hiring part-time, contract labor to help with the maintenance backlog at this time, and look at a full-time position for the upcoming budget year. Mr. Carver found this to be an acceptable solution for the time being. He will start looking for contract help. Mr. Carver suggested that some type of artwork be purchased for the walls of the lobby of the Annex Building to help break up the echo effect in that area.
Road & Bridge Monthly Report
Road & Bridge Foreman Ray Shaffer and Planner Lee Campbell discussed the progress on the reclamation of the East Sunnyside Gravel Pit. Mr. Shaffer reported that the county will be required to place a drainage pipe under the county road to drain the pit at the county’s expense per the DEQ. The land was originally agricultural land and must be put back to that same condition. Lamax Construction will perform the boring work for this project. The cost will be a minimum of $4,000.00. Work is continuing on preparations to open the Ready Pit on Coal Draw. Regarding next year’s budget, Mr. Shaffer indicated that they will be needing a new snow plow to replace aging equipment. The Buffalo Creek road project is coming up. At this time there needs to be a legal agreement drafted between the County and landowner Jack Baird to deal with work outside the County’s easement. The plan is to work on two miles of road this year and three more next year. Mr. Shaffer reported that he will be filling the open Road & Bridge position as soon as possible. New signs have been installed at the East Sunnyside road railroad crossing and on Grass Creek road. Road & Bridge representatives will be attending a meeting in Casper regarding the sign management program. Work continues by RT Communications to install fiber optic phone lines within the county. There will be several Utility License agreements coming in as RT needs to cross county roads and draws and work within the rights-of-way. Verizon will be building another tower in the county and will pay for expenses incurred by the Road & Bridge in connection with that project. Regarding the East River road project, Mr. Shaffer indicated that they will be putting down some more pit run and correcting the approach for the Game & Fish access parking area. More traffic counters have been put out to gather more data on the county roads in the western part of the county for future use.The Commissioners directed Mr. Shaffer to go ahead and place gravel up at the Search & Rescue
AEOC building. Mr. Shaffer noted that his department would be removing the old fencing and cables in that area, also.
Utility License Agreement – TCT Hamilton Dome Road Fiber Project
The Commissioners reviewed the Utility License Agreement Applications from TCT in connection with their Hamilton Dome Road Fiber Optic project. Road & Bridge Foreman Ray Shaffer has reviewed the ULA applications and has no objections to them. Brad W. Basse moved to approve the ULA between TCT and Hot Springs County for one crossing of County Road #16. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried. Brad W. Basse moved to approve the ULA between TCT and Hot Springs County for two crossings of and considerable work in the right-of-way for County Road #1. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Youth Alternatives Monthly Report
Director Bob Wyss reported that things are going smoothly for his program at this time. He will be part of the Community Health Fair April 9-10, 2010. The VOA Grant award date for the next year is April 19, 2010. Mr. Wyss stated that his budget is in good shape at this point. The replacement computer will be

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covered by the VOA Grant funds. Chairman Lumley asked about the outlook for the VOA Grant program going forward. Mr. Wyss indicated that he feels the grant program will continue for the foreseeable future, and that he will continue to monitor the situation. Director Wyss presented his 1st Quarter – 2010 Draw Down Request in the amount of $5,922.15 for the Commissioners’ approval. Brad W. Basse moved to approve the VOA/OJJDP “Non-Participating State” Grant Reimbursement Request for 1st Quarter, 2010 in the amount of $5,922.15. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
County Planner Monthly Report
Planner Lee Campbell asked if the Commissioners had had the opportunity to review the draft letter to the BLM regarding the Grass Creek Special Management Area, as he would like to submit it as soon as possible for consideration before the release of the draft BHB Resource Management Plan. When the draft is released, Chairman Lumley and Planner Campbell will set dates for public meetings to receive comments on the draft plan. Larry Bentley has offered to facilitate those meetings. Brad W. Basse moved to approve the letter to the BLM regarding the Grass Creek Special Management Area. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Planner Campbell provided a copy of an email from Tom Christiansen of the Wyoming Game & Fish discussing the implementation of the Governor’s Executive Order regarding sage grouse protection. There is some concern at many levels of the government that the Game & Fish Statewide Sage Grouse Implementation Team is not adhering to the Executive Order. The county Natural Resources Planning Committee is asking that a letter be sent to Governor Freudenthal and the director of the Game & Fish Department asking that the rules set forth by the Executive Order be followed as written. Planner Campbell will draft the letter for the Commissioners’ signature at the next meeting.
Regarding the right-of-way issue on old Highway 20 through Kirby, Mr. Campbell and Ray Shaffer feel that if the town of Kirby does not accept the transfer of the easement from the State Highway Department, the County should look into acquiring it for a utility easement for the future. Planner Campbell will keep up on the situation and report further as it develops.
Land Use Planning Committee Secretary
LUPB Chairman Larry Bentley appeared before the Commissioners to discuss his concerns with the decision made at the last Commissioner meeting regarding a recording secretary for the LUPB meetings. The Board feels that it is asking too much of a volunteer to serve both as a board member and as a recording secretary, and requested that, as the County Clerk was relieved of this duty at his request, the Clerk be responsible for finding/hiring someone to perform those duties in his stead. The Commissioners agreed to discuss the matter with Clerk Odde when he returns from out of town, with an eye toward possibly hiring contract help to act as the recording secretary for the board.
Public Hearing – Wolf Creek Malt Beverage Permit Renewal
Chairman Lumley declared the Public Hearing on the Wolf Creek Malt Beverage Permit Renewal open at 11:32 a.m. Clerk Odde has informed that Commissioners that all the paperwork is in order with the State Liquor Division for the renewal, and that County Law Enforcement reports no problems with the renewal. After three calls for public comment, receiving none, Chairman Lumley declared the public hearing closed at 11:35 a.m. Brad W. Basse moved approval of the Malt Beverage Permit Renewal application for Roland Leuhne, dba Wolf Creek Store. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Personnel Handbook Review Update
The Handbook is nearly ready for final approval. Commissioner Basse suggested a work session with the Handbook Committee and the Commissioners to finish the revisions so that the Handbook could be voted on at the next Commissioner meeting. The work session was set for 9:00 a.m. on April 15th in the Commissioners’ room at the Annex.
Hospital Budget Discussion
Hospital Board Chairman Bill Williams and Hospital CEO Charlie Meyers appeared to discuss the upcoming budget plan for the hospital. The two major items that will appear in the budget request will be a new Nurse Call System for approximately $138,000.00 and the Master Facility Plan for approximately $100,000.00. The Hospital Board will have a work session on April 27th at 5:30 p.m. to finalize the budget for presentation to the Commissioners. Mr. Meyers encouraged the Commissioners to have a representative at that session. Commissioner Basse reviewed the newly released Revenue Estimating Manual figures, which indicate a substantial drop in income for the upcoming fiscal year. Mr. Meyers indicated that they are investigating several different grants to help fund the Master Facility Plan.

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2010 County-Wide Firefighting Protection Plan & Annual Operating Plan
County Fire Warden A.J. Helm presented the 2010 Annual Fire Protection & Operating Plan Agreement between the Cody Interagency Dispatch Zone Coordinating Group and Hot Springs County for the Commissioners’ signature. County Attorney Williams reviewed the document and has no recommended changes. Brad W. Basse moved to approve the 2010 County-Wide Fire Protection Plan and Annual Operating Plan Agreement. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Warden Helm reported that his office has begun work on the County-Wide Protection Plan. Phase 1 will be paid for by Homeland Security funds and involves mapping the entire county to identify population densities, different types of fuels in the area, and types of construction used within the county. Phase 2 will be an on-the-ground survey of the county. Mr. Helm indicated that he is seeking funds from the BLM to offset some of the costs of Phase 2. No county funds will be needed to prepare this plan. County Attorney Williams has reviewed the proposed plan and has no objections. Brad W. Basse moved to support the Fire Warden’s office in proceeding with the County-Wide Protection Plan.
Airport Engineering Services Contract
GDA representative Dusty Spomer presented the final 5-Year Generalized Engineering Agreement between GDA and Hot Springs County for the new airport. This is a general engineering agreement - each phase of the project will be covered by a separate amendment outlining the scope of work and fees for that phase. This agreement does not carry any specific financial obligation for the county. County Attorney Williams and Clerk Odde have reviewed the draft agreement and have approved the final form. County Attorney Williams discussed the reasons for signing a five-year document. Although this is not often done, due to the potential to bind future boards, in this case there are adequate reasons to do so, including WYDOT-FAA requirements, continuity of engineering services, and the multiple phase amendments that will be occurring as the project progresses. There is also provision in the contract for suspension and discontinuation of the agreement by either party if it becomes necessary. Brad W. Basse moved to approve the 5-Year Generalized Engineering Agreement between GDA and Hot Springs County for the new airport. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Airport Project Land Acquisition Services Request
GDA Representative Dusty Spomer presented a draft letter for the Commissioners’ signature to John Sherman, Lands Management Administrator for WYDOT, asking the WYDOT Right-Of-Way division to assist the county with the purchase of land for the new airport. Brad W. Basse moved to approve the letter to WYDOT requesting assistance with the purchase of land for the new Hot Springs County airport.John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Airport Pre-Design Workshop
Mr. Spomer presented a checklist of possible items to be addressed at a Pre-Design Meeting workshop to be held from 1:30-3:30 p.m. on April 20, 2010 for the Commissioners’ review. No action was required at this time.
Closing Documents for Property Purchase
The Commissioners reviewed the documents for closing on land purchased by the County. Brad W. Basse moved to authorize the chairman’s signature on a settlement statement for the purchase of the Curtin Liquor property at 408 Broadway from Patricia Curtin for $245,000.00. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Discussion: the County has obtained and paid for an appraisal on the property, and the purchase price is slightly higher than the appraised value. Motion carried. Closing on the property will be April 15, 2010.
Airport Fuel System Credit Card Update
Ray Arey appeared to discuss a mandatory update to the credit card system used for aviation fuel purchases at the airport. The update is required to maintain compliance with the new federal credit card regulations. In response to questioning by the Commissioners, Mr. Arey stated that since the upgrade is being done to county-owned equipment, he feels that the expense should be borne by the county. The Commissioners agreed and instructed Mr. Arey to submit a voucher for the bill through the normal channels.
Public Health Nursing Services Contract
Public Health Nurse Bree Gerber presented the draft contract with the State for Public Health Nursing Services for review by the Commissioners. County Attorney Williams stated he has reviewed the contract and has no issues with it. The final contract will be issued by the State and Ms. Gerber will return for the Commissioners’ signatures at that time. Ms. Gerber reported that the application has been submitted for

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a Home Health Agency license. The State signed off on the application, so action by the Commissioners was not required.
Other Business
Gas Ventures – Oil & Gas Leasing Support Letter - Brad W. Basse moved to have staff draft a letter to Don Simpson, State Director for the BLM in support of issuing drilling permits for oil and gas leases that have been previously awarded and paid for by companies such as Gas Ventures. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Airport Pavement Maintenance Project – Draw Down Request #5 – The final draw down request for the Airport Pavement Maintenance project was presented for the Commissioners’ approval. Brad W. Basse moved approval of Draw Down Request #5 for the HSC Airport Pavement Maintenance project in the amount of $9,840.00. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Government Annex Building Landscaping – After reviewing the landscaping plans and discussing desired revisions, the Commissioners conducted a conference call with Groathouse representatives to discuss changes to the landscaping plan. Groathouse will work up a design revision and send it to Clerk Odde for review prior to submission to the landscaper for completion. It appears that all the requested changes can be made for no additional cost.
Courthouse Communications Upgrade Draw Down Request #1 – The Commissioners reviewed Draw Down Request #1 for the Courthouse Communications Upgrade project. This is the project to upgrade the phone and communications system for the Courthouse, Annex and Extension Office. Brad W. Basse moved to approve Courthouse Communications Upgrade Draw Down Request #1 for the amount of $93.75. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried. Citizen CW Clark requested an explanation of the Communications project, which Commissioner Basse provided.
Engineering Associates Lane 3 Upgrade Contract – County Attorney Williams informed the Commissioners that he has not had the opportunity to complete his review of this contract and negotiate any changes he deems necessary. Brad W. Basse moved to table consideration of the contract until Attorney Williams has completed his review. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried. The County Attorney will meet with representatives from Engineering Associates later today to review the contract and negotiate any desired changes.
    Planner Lee Campbell asked for a clarification of the scope of the Lane 3 Project. Phases 1 & 2 cover planning and paving of Lane 3 to approximately the Ryan Brothers property. Phase 3 involves continuing the paving on around to Lane 7. Planner Campbell is quite concerned about acquisition of right-of-way and preparation of plat maps for the project. Engineer Heath Overfield indicated that the next few steps of the project include the filing of a recon report with WYDOT, preparation and filing of the plat, and dedication of Lane 3 as a county road. Right-of-way acquisition and development of the plat will be done through to Lane 7. The actual work to link up the road with Lane 7 will be done later, when Phase 3 of the project is completed.
Review Lucerne Pumping Plant Canal Subdivision Policy – The Lucerne Pumping Plant Canal Company submitted a copy of their newly adopted Subdivision Policy for the Commissioners’ information and review. No action is required of the Commissioners at this time.
Search & Rescue/AEOC Signage – Commissioner Basse reported that a final walk-through of the new Search & Rescue/AEOC building prior to issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy indicated a need for signage for the restrooms, painting of the front door transition areas yellow, and painting of the handicapped parking areas. A sign also needs to be installed with the building name and address in front of the building. Commissioner Basse indicated that he would work on procuring the required signs for the Search & Rescue/AEOC and the Road & Bridge Buildings.
Four County Spring Meeting Report – Commissioner Basse reported on the 4-County meeting held in Basin on April 1, 2010. There was some discussion regarding hiring of a shared consultant to address natural resource planning throughout the Basin. Idea died for lack of interest. The primary discussion at the meeting concerned the possibility of forming a group insurance pool to address the soaring cost of health insurance programs throughout the individual counties. Covenant Insurance representative Bob Decker discussed the process and options available to the counties as far as forming such a group. The Commissioners agreed to take this discussion to their Spring meeting in Kemmerer at the end of the month. Positive Progressions, a mental health organization based in Powell, presented a proposed re-use solution for the old Byron school building. The State Retirement Contribution Increase was discussed, but none of the four counties have made a firm decision on how to deal with that yet.
Correspondence
Thermopolis High School Rodeo Club – Letter to Fair Board re: Concessions
Senator Barrasso – Northern Rockies Ecosystem Protection Act
HSC Museum & Cultural Center – Stagecoach Days

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Hospital Board Minutes
Dept. of State Parks & Cultural Resources – Fairgrounds Lease
Utilisolve – Utility Bill Audit – Commissioner Basse will check into the electric meter at 500 Mondell Street to determine what might be done there.
SLIB Direct Revenue Distribution Update
The Commissioners reviewed the foregoing items. No further action was required or taken at this time.
Executive Session: Brad W. Basse moved to enter Executive Session for reasons of land acquisition. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried. Present for the Executive Session were Commissioners Lumley and Basse, County Attorney Jerry Williams, Planner Lee Campbell, Road & Bridge Superintendent Ray Shaffer and Deputy Clerk Herdt. Brad W. Basse moved to leave Executive Session at 3:47 p.m. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried. No action was taken during or as a result of the Executive Session.
Adjournment
There being no further business to come before the Board at this time, Brad W. Basse moved to adjourn at 3:50 p.m. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Attest:


John P. Lumley, Chairman Hans Odde, Clerk to the Board
BILLS – MARCH, 2010
K-B COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS 263.43 THERMOPOLIS - HOT SPRINGS 3,000.00
WYOMING D.A.R.E. 300.00 HOT SPRINGS VETERINARY CLINIC 45.00
STATE OF WYOMING 13,252.38 WYOMING INVESTIGATORS ASSOCIATION 50.00
RANEE L. GONSALEZ 19.50 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 13,947.50
TEE'S PLUS 538.92OVERHEAD DOOR CO OF RIVERTON- 149.08
ST.VINCENT HEALTHCARE 169.17WYOMING CO. TREASURER'S ASSOC. 130.00
GALLS INC. 80.96 WRS GROUP,INC. 45.35
AFLAC 687.60 STATE OF WYOMING - A&I 81.84
ALL PRO SOUND, INC. 5,345.00ANITA WEISBECK 51.00
H.O.P.E AGENCY & CRISIS LINE 1,500.00ATLAS OFFICE PRODUCTS, INC. 1,133.34
BARNARD DUNKELBERG & COMPANY 20,277.64BARTON STAM 249.50
BASIN MECHANICAL, INC. 5,170.00BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 612.69
BIG HORN WATER 203.00 BIG HORN ENERGY 779.09
BLAIR'S SUPER MARKET 254.27 PITNEY BOWES 288.54
BRAD W. BASSE 625.45BREE GERBER 5.15
BRODY CHEMICAL 164.05 BROKERS NATIONAL LIFE 433.30
BROWN'S WESTERN APP 499.99 BUDD-FALEN LAW OFFICES, LLC 840.00
CALIFORNIA CONTRACTORS 219.70 CANYON CONCRETE SAND & GRAVEL 75.00
CARDINAL HEALTH 495.05 CHARLES I. CARVER 80.00
CNA SURETY 150.00THERMOPOLIS HARDWARE 840.62
COLMAN EQUPMENT 113.75COLONIAL SUPPLEMENTAL INS. 248.45
COMMUNITY HOME HEALTH SERVICES 1,250.00VERIZON WIRELESS 56.52
VERIZON WIRELESS 40.27 VERIZON WIRELESS 62.94
VERIZON WIRELESS 265.84 VERIZON WIRELESS 58.02
TERESA K. CORNELLA 136.00COUNTY TITLE AGENCY 244,704.55
CINDY MAGELKY 65.10CREATIVE PRODUCT SOURCING, INC. 188.10
DIVISION OF VICTIM SERVICES 65.00DON'S IGA 429.70
DON'S IGA 44.05 D.R.A. SERVICES LLC 5,123.46
DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES, INC. 415.54 ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES 125.00
EXPRESS POLICE SUPPLY, INC 283.96 FASTENAL COMPANY 846.98
FEDEX 36.82CENTRAL BANK & TRUST 60.00
PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 34,634.93FOOD SERVICES OF AMERICA 2,172.93
FRANDSON SAFETY INC. 10.00FRED HANSON CONSTRUCTION, INC. 10,080.00
GALLS 1,141.78GROATHOUSE CONSTRUCTION, INC. 34,447.00
H & H DOCUMENT SOLUTIONS 166.57H & H DOCUMENT SOLUTIONS 87.27
MOUNTAIN WEST BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 166.80HANS ODDE 32.00
BETH HELM 43.88 RAMADA PLAZA RIVERSIDE 432.47
HOSE & RUBBER SUPPLY 41.67 HOT SPRINGS MUSEUM 25,000.00


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HOT SPRINGS GREATER LEARNING 10,000.00HOT SPRINGS COUNTY HEALTH INS ACCT 48,829.89
HOT SPRINGS CO. SCHOOL DIST #1 2,043.97 R.L. HUDSON, LAND SURVEYOR 1,588.00
INDEPENDENT RECORD 2,097.65 INDOFF INC. 152.07
JACK'S TRUCK & EQUIPMENT 245.80 JADECO, INC. 29,797.84
JERRY D. WILLIAMS 179.83 JULIE MORTIMORE 40.00
KENNETH H. MUELLER, MD 1,630.00 KNAPP SUPPLY & EQUIPMENT CO. 1,381.03
KREISERS INC 3,245.00 LAIRD SANITATION, LLC 155.00
LEIDY KARNS 30.00LIFE-ASSIST, INC. 851.50
HOLDING'S LITTLE AMERICA 233.15LUCERNE PUMPING PLANT CANAL CO 303.80
MARY L. SCHEIBLE 1,325.00MBA OF WYOMING 83,731.87
MEADOW GOLD DAIRY 145.27HOT SPRINGS COUNSELING SERVICE 8,474.89
MESSENGER & JUROVICH, P.C. 40.00MICKEYJEAN FORD 65.12
MOORE MEDICAL, LLC 998.28 NAPA AUTO PARTS 224.08
NIELSEN OIL CO., INC. 466.61 ONE STOP REPAIR & 976.95
O'REILLY AUTO PARTS 12.21 THE OFFICE SHOP, INC 7,076.98
OWL CREEK ENGINEERING 1,026.00 OWL LUMBER INC. 48.77
ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 3,263.64 PAMIDA 348.24
PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 100.86PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 229.48
PENNY T. HERDT 100.19PLAN ONE/ARCHITECTS 2,076.75
POSITIVE PROMOTIONS 165.90 POSTMASTER 955.20
PRINT ZONE 364.25 PUMPERNICK'S FAMILY RESTAURANT 72.99
PYROTECHS, INC. 135.00 QWEST 655.57
RALPH BROWN 45.00RAYMOND E. SHAFFER 8.33
WYOMING DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 2.00GORRELL & HOPKINSON, P.C. 120.00
RIVERTON SAR 95.98RIVERTON TIRE & OIL CO., INC. 505.95
ROY DECKER & SONS INC. 24,260.00RT COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 1,889.98
SANDRA L BAKER 40.00SHOSHONE OFFICE SUPPLY 538.29
SIGNS OF SUTHERLAND AUTO 338.00HOT SPRINGS CO SENIOR CITIZENS INC 28,597.63
THE STANDARD INS. CO. 1,347.52TEAM LABORATORY CHEMICAL CORP. 503.80
TEEPEE POOLS 351.00SHELL SOUTHSIDE TRAVEL CENTER 103.11
THE DODGE COMPANY 5,454.27THERMOPOLIS HARDWARE 42.60
THERMOPOLIS GUN CLUB 300.00TOWN OF THERMOPOLIS 31,850.06
TRAVELING COMPUTERS, INC. 8,248.90WYOMING DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 242.04
TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, INC. 139.26TRI COUNTY TELEPHONE ASSOC,INC 333.65
THOS. Y. PICKETT & COMPANY, INC. 1,650.00 GASES PLUS NORCO 97.00
VERIZON WIRELESS 44.34 VISA - CARD ONE 164.13
VISA - CARD TWO 157.49VISA 16.10
WACERS 25.00 WCS TELECOM 319.60
WEST PAYMENT CENTER 168.00WILLIAM F. GORDON 8.02
EMPLOYMENT TAX DIVISION 1,989.50 WOW STORE 13.75
WYOMING.COM 20.00 WYOMING DIVISION OF 592.00
ORCHARD TRUST COMPANY 5,730.00WYOMING GAS 3,315.57
WYONET INC. 113.95 WYO RETIREMENT SYSTEM 18,068.46
036-NCPERS GROUP LIFE INS. 240.00 WYOMING STATIONERY 997.11
WYOMING TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER CENTER 180.00WYOMING DIVISION OF VICTIM SERVICES 140.00


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