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MINUTES OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING
April 7, 2009


- STATE OF WYOMING ) OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF
  ) COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
COUNTY OF HOT SPRINGS ) THERMOPOLIS WYOMING
    April 7, 2009
The Hot Springs County Board of Commissioners met in regular session on Tuesday, April 7, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. in the Commissioners’ Room at the Courthouse. Present were Commissioners Brad W. Basse, John P. Lumley, and Frank T. Manning. Also present were Clerk to the Board Hans Odde, County Attorney Jerry Williams, and Administrative Assistant to the Commissioners Penny Herdt. Chairman Brad W. Basse led those present in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Approval of Agenda
John P. Lumley made a motion to approve the agenda with the following amendments:
    Move: Appointment of Full-Time Magistrate to beginning of the meeting per the Court’s request
Add:Carol Pickett
Other Business
16. Red Lane Water & Sewer District Letter
7. Lane 3 Feasibility Study DDR #5
8. Snowplow Bid
Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Approve Minutes
Frank T. Manning made a motion to approve the minutes of March 3, 2009, March 9, 2009 and March 17, 2009 as presented. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried
Appoint Full-Time Magistrate
County Clerk Hans Odde presented the following resolution appointing Ronald P. Jurovich as the full-time Magistrate of the Hot Springs County Circuit Court of the 5th Judicial District for the Commissioners’ approval:
BEFORE THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
HOT SPRINGS COUNTY
RESOLUTION NO. 2009-05
WHEREAS, Hot Springs County Circuit Court of the 5th Judicial District is in need of a Full-Time Magistrate, and
WHEREAS, effective July 1, 2006 Full Magistrates must reside in the 5th Judicial District, Hot Springs County; and
WHEREAS, the Circuit Court Judge has recommended the appointment of the following attorney as Full-Time magistrate: Ronald P. Jurovich, who resides in Hot Springs County.
WHEREAS, it is in the best interests of the administration of justice for the citizens of Hot Springs County that the above-named attorney be appointed as Full-Time magistrate in and for the Circuit Court of Hot Springs County, Fifth Judicial District.
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF HOT SPRINGS COUNTY that, RONALD P. JUROVICH be appointed as the Full-Time magistrate for the Circuit Court, pursuant to W.S. 5-9-206 subject to further Order of the Circuit Court Judge.

RESOLVED THIS 7th day of April, 2009.
Brad W. Basse,
John P. Lumley,
Frank T. Manning,
Chairman
Vice-Chairman
Commissioner
ATTEST:
Hans Odde,
Hot Springs County Clerk
Frank T. Manning moved to approve Resolution 2009-05 as presented. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Approve Bills
The following bills were submitted for approval: (see attached) Payroll for March, 2009 - $144,794.50.
Planner Monthly Report
County Planner Lee Campbell reported that the Grant of Easement for County Road 10 in Section 36 has been received from the State Land & Investments Board.

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    Planner Campbell set up a conference call with Don and Laurie Harvey regarding the need for a survey to establish the boundaries between the land the Harvey’s recently purchased from the railroad and the county-owned gravel pit in Section 8. The Harvey’s, Mr. Campbell and Road & Bridge Foreman Jim Skelton concurred the survey was needed and asked the Commissioners to approve splitting the cost of the survey 50-50 with the Harvey’s. A local surveyor has been contacted and indicated that the total cost of the survey would not exceed $1,000.00. John P. Lumley moved to approve proceeding with the survey, with the cost to be split between the County and Mr. & Mrs. Harvey. The county’s share of the cost will come from the Survey line item in the County Budget. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
    The Wagonhound Gravel Pit amended permit application is still pending.
    Mr. Campbell stated that no further progress has been made regarding the legal review of easements, rights-of-way, etc. for County Roads 19 and 10E. After further discussion, the Commissioners directed County Clerk Odde to engage a landman to begin the historical review of easements, etc. for County Roads 19 and 10E. Clerk Odde will set up a scope of work meeting with Mr. Campbell, Mr. Skelton, Ray Shaffer, Jerry Williams and the landman in the near future.
Road and Bridge Monthly Report
Road & Bridge Supervisor Jim Skelton gave the Commissioners an update on the Ferry Crossing Monument the Washakie Chapter of the National Association of the D.A.R. wants to place at 4-Mile Bridge on the Big Horn River. The county has a right-of-way which would allow placement of the marker close to the desired location. Frank T. Manning moved to allow the Washakie Chapter of the National Association of the D.A.R. to place the Ferry Crossing Monument on the county’s right of way, at the D.A.R.’s expense. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
    Mr. Skelton reported that a contract has been signed with Sinclair Refinery for the MC-70 tack oil at $750/ton.
    WYDOT has requested that all fire numbers located on State highways within the county be moved back from the main highway to the rear edge of the rights-of-way. Due to cost and manpower requirements, this project will probably not be completed until this fall.
    Mr. Skelton reported that the weather has prevented completing a test strip for the cold mix asphalt project, but the 6.25% mix ratio should be very satisfactory. The paving will start on 4-Mile Road this summer.
Maintenance Monthly Report
Maintenance Foreman Chuck Carver reported progress on the repair of the heat pump unit in the server room. Various repair options were discussed in light of the intention to move the server room to the new County Government Annex building later this year.
    Mr. Carver indicated that he had requested a load of gravel from Road & Bridge for the yard of the Mondell storage units. Mr. Carver discussed the need for a storage sale this fall to clear out the existing storage items, as well as possible future storage options at the Mondell site.
    Spring fertilizer has been put down on the lawns. Spring prep work on the grounds continues.
Executive Session
Frank T. Manning moved to enter Executive Session at 10:34 a.m. to discuss Personnel issues. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried. John P. Lumley moved to leave Executive Session at 10:55 a.m. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried. No action was taken during or as a result of the Executive Session
Lou Falgoust – Grant Applications
School Resource Officer - Sheriff Lou Falgoust, Under-Sheriff Dave Larson and Lieutenant Dan Pebbles and Superintendent of Schools Marty Kobza appeared before the Commissioners to discuss funding for a School Resource Officer (SRO) position in the high school. Currently there is no SRO officially assigned to the school. There is currently an officer on the Thermopolis Police force who spends time in the schools when he can. Under-Sheriff Dave Larson indicated that there are some grants available through the federal stimulus package that would fund a SRO position for two to four years. These grants must be applied for by April 14, 2009. There are also other grants available to at least partially fund the equipment and uniforms required for the SRO position. The law enforcement officials indicated that anyone hired for such a position would be made aware that when the grant expires, it is likely that the position would no longer exist. The grant would require a memorandum of understanding

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between the school district and the County, with the County being finally responsible for the selection of the SRO. John P. Lumley moved to authorize Mr. Larson to proceed with the grant application. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Bailiff Position – Sheriff Lou Falgoust requested the Commissioners’ approval to seek a grant to provide a permanent bailiff position operating through the detention center, serving the Circuit, District and Municipal courts. District Court Judge Bob Skar (via phone) and Circuit Court Judge Tom Harrington appeared to discuss current court security issues resulting from a lack of a permanent, trained bailiff. There is considerable speculation that the State Supreme Court will soon issue a ruling requiring such a position, funded by the counties, hence the desire to apply for funding through a C.O.P.S. grant at this time. A vehicle is currently available through the Detention Center, but equipment and uniforms would be required. If the grant were to be awarded, and the bailiff position ended up being funded through the state, it would not be necessary to accept the grant award. State Representative Lorraine Quarberg indicated concern on her part regarding the federal government’s ability to actually fund all the programs they seem to be committing to via the stimulus package. Frank T. Manning moved to authorize proceeding with the grant application. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Investigator Position – Sheriff Lou Falgoust and County Attorney Jerry Williams requested approval from the County Commissioners to apply for a grant to provide funding for a law enforcement investigator position. The investigator would report to the County Attorney, with certification through the Sheriff’s Office. The investigator would work cases for both the Sheriff’s Office and the Police Department. This position would also be limited to the length of the grant monies, unless other funding sources become available. Details regarding salary level, training costs, etc. would be worked out upon receipt of the grant. Attorney Williams indicated that the Town of Thermopolis is also looking into grant funding for a similar position, and asked that the Commissioners offer their support for the position regardless of what entity actually receives the grant in the end. Frank T. Manning moved to authorize proceeding with the grant application. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Discussion: Commissioners continue to be concerned with expanding government in the current economic climate, but agree that these positions are important. Motion carried.
Wolf Creek Malt Beverage Permit Renewal Public Hearing
Chairman Basse opened the public hearing regarding renewal of the Wolf Creek Malt Beverage Permit at 11:38 a.m. Clerk Odde reported that there have been no issues with law enforcement relating to alcohol in the last year. Proper advertising has taken place and the application seems to be in order. If approved, the permit renews upon payment of the licensing fee by May 13, 2009. No public comments were received. Chairman Basse declared the hearing closed at 11:43 a.m. John P. Lumley moved to approve Roland Leuhne’s application for a malt beverage permit for his Wolf Creek Store located at 1310 South U.S. Highway 20 in Hot Springs County. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Red Rocks Commercial Center Draw Down Request #23
EDC Director Lorraine Quarberg presented Draw Down Request #23 for the Red Rocks Commercial Center in the amount of $25,179.00 for approval. Brad Basse recused himself from discussion and voting due to his status as a sub-contractor on the project. John P. Lumley moved to approve Draw Down Request #23 for the Red Rocks Commercial Center in the amount of $25,179.00. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried. Director Quarberg reported that the completion date of June 30, 2009 appears to be attainable.
    Director Quarberg reported that a Political Action Committee has been formed by the EDC to campaign for the proposed quarter-cent sales tax which will be on the ballot of the special election to be held May 5, 2009.
Youth Alternatives – Monthly Report / Draw Down Request
Youth Alternatives Director Bob Wyss reported that he had two graduates and four incoming participants last month. He indicated that all participants are performing above and beyond expectations at this point. Director Wyss gave the Commissioners an update on the Juvenile Justice rules. He has taken on the responsibility of being the Single Point of Entry for juveniles in to the legal system. He reviews the incoming cases, does the background investigative work and works with the County Attorney to determine the best disposition/direction of the cases.
   Director Wyss presented Draw Down Request #22 in the amount of $2,390.16 for the Commissioners’ approval. This will be the final WCCA/OJJDP Grant Draw Down request. John P. Lumley moved to approve WCCA/OJJDP “Non-Participating State” Grant Reimbursement Request #22

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for the time period 03/01/09--03/31/09 in the amount of $2,390.16. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried. John P. Lumley moved to approve VOA/ OJJDP “Non-Participating State” Grant Reimbursement Request #1 in the amount of $0.00 for the time period 01/01/09—03/31/09. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Treasurer – New Equipment Request
Clerk Odde presented the Commissioners with a new equipment request from the Treasurer’s office. The old line printers in the Treasurer’s office are not compatible with the new WYCATS data processing system installed in 2007. The Treasurer would like to purchase a higher-speed laser printer to accommodate motor vehicle cards and property tax notices. A bid has been received in the amount of $999 from Traveling Computers in Riverton. John P. Lumley moved to authorize the purchase of an HP LaserJet P3005x Printer for $999 from Traveling Computers for the Treasurer’s Office, with the funds to come from the Courthouse Equipment Budget. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
County Government Annex Update
Jack Schrickling and Dan Odasz with Plan One Architects gave the Commissioners an update on the County Government Annex building. The data room has been incorporated in the floor plan. The skylight area has been reduced by 50%, which substantially reduced projected costs. Mr. Schrickling provided samples of the exterior stone and brick finishes for the Commissioners’ approval. The County Clerk will apply to the Town of Thermopolis for a right-of-way easement across 4th Street for a data/power line corridor to be bored under the street.
Gooseberry/Cottonwood Vegetation Management Project M.O.U.
Steve Jones, with the Meeteetse Conservation District, presented a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Affected Local Governments Involved in the Shoshone N.F. Gooseberry/Cottonwood Vegetation Management Project for the Commissioners’ signature. The parties to this MOU would be the Hot Springs Conservation District, the Meeteetse Conservation District, the Hot Springs County Commissioners and the Park County Commissioners. The point of the MOU is to establish the parties involved as coordinators with the U.S. Forest Service in development of the Vegetation Management project. After Mr. Jones’ presentation, Frank T. Manning moved to sign the MOU. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
2009-2010 Public Health Services Contract
Clerk Odde presented the 2009-2010 County-State Contract between Hot Springs County and the Wyoming Department of Health, Community and Public Health Division, Public Health Nursing Section for Public Health Nursing Services for the Commissioners’ approval. County Attorney Jerry Williams has reviewed the contract and has no issues with it. John P. Lumley moved to approve the 2009-2010 County-State Contract between Hot Spring County and the Wyoming Department of Health, Community and Public Health Division, Public Health Nursing Section for Public Health Nursing Services for the period 07/01/09 – 06/30/10. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried. Public Health Nurse Bree Gerber also asked the Commissioners to consider raising the monthly stipend for the County’s Public Health Officer in the next fiscal budget to bring it more in line with other Health Officer salaries across the state. No action was taken at this time.
Consensus Block Grant Projects Discussion
Clerk Odde reported that there will be approximately $1.6 million in Consensus Block Grant funds available to split between the Town of Thermopolis and the County this year. So far proposals have been received from the Weed & Pest, the Fire Department and the Fair Board. Final due date for proposals is April 15th . A work session for the Commissioners was scheduled for Friday, April 17th at 9:00 a.m. in the District Court Jury Room or the Law Library, whichever is available.
Cold Mix Project Update
Project Coordinator Harry Hughes presented Cold Mix Asphalt Project Change Order #3 increasing the total amount of cold mix from 35,870 tons to 36,000 tons, and hauling of the SC800 Oil from 1870 tons to 2250 tons at a cost increase of $11,372.70. Frank T. Manning move to authorize Change Order #3 in the amount of $11,372.70 for a total revised contract amount of $459,763.70. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried. Mr. Hughes reported that the cold mix project will be complete by the end of next week.

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Building Site Backfill Update
Project Coordinator Harry Hughes reported that the Government Annex Building Backfill project came in $2275 over bid due to hidden debris that had to be removed and replaced with additional fill material to achieve proper compaction.
Appointment of Hospital Board Member
Applications for the Hospital Board opening were received from John B. Shaw, Joan Maser, Margaret Stansill and Bob Wyss. Margaret Stansill was selected by unanimous vote of the Commissioners to fill the position. John P. Lumley moved to appoint Margaret Stansill to the unexpired term on the Hospital Board effective immediately. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried. Staff will notify all candidates of the outcome.
Big Horn Basin Transportation Authority Update
Clerk Odde reported on the Big Horn Transportation Authority Meeting he attended in Cody last week. The point of the meeting was to review possible ways to split the legislature-required subsidy match from the various municipalities and counties for bus service in the Big Horn Basin. A State of Wyoming representative indicated that there would be some matching funds available from the State, leaving $37,500 in required matching funds to be split between the Counties and Municipalities. A motion was passed at the meeting to split this amount into $18,750 from the counties and $18,750 from the municipalities. A decision will be made at the WCCA Spring Meeting regarding how the counties will split their $18,750 share.
Red Lane Water & Sewer District Issue
Red Lane Watershed Improvement District member Carol Pickett appeared before the Commissioners requesting guidance with issues that have arisen between the governing boards of the Watershed Improvement District and the Red Lane Water & Sewer District. The Commissioners offered several suggestions for resolving the issues, but clarified that the Commissioners have no authority over the boards beyond appointment of the original members at the re-formation of the Water & Sewer District last year.
Other Business:
County Government Annex Draw Down Request #7 – Clerk Odde presented Draw Down Request #7 in the amount of $20,134.04. Frank T. Manning moved to approve County Government Annex Project Draw Down Request #7 in the amount of $20,134.04. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Pebble Creek #1 Well Permit Application – Clerk Odde presented Pebble Creek Apartments #1 Well Permit Application for the Commissioners’ approval. Geological Consultant Gretchen Hurley has reviewed the application and recommended it for approval. A check with the Town of Thermopolis revealed no ordinance against drilling a well within the town limits, as long as there was a clean cut-off between the raw water system and the fresh water system. John P. Lumley moved to approve the well permit application for Pebble Creek Apartments #1. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Homeland Security EMP Grant – Clerk Odde presented the Homeland Security Emergency Management Performance Grant for 2009 in the amount of $14,521.00 for the Commissioners’ approval. County Attorney Williams has reviewed and approved the grant. Frank T. Manning moved to approve the Homeland Security EMP Grant for the time period 10/1/08—6/30/10 in the amount of $14,521.00. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.

County Road 10E Right-Of-Way – A letter granting the County a right-of-way for County Road 10E has been received from the BLM. Planner Lee Campbell clarified that the application for right-of-way included only historical and existing segments of Roads 10 & 10E, not any bypasses that might be constructed. Planner Campbell will review the BLM document and submit it for approval and signature at the next Commissioners’ meeting on April 21st .

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Re-Sign Airport Layout Plan – On the original airport layout plan from the Master Airport Plan, two runway numbers were inadvertently reversed. The corrected drawing has been received and needs to be signed. Frank T. Manning moved to sign the revised Airport Layout Plan, dated February 5, 2009. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Lane 3 Feasibility Study Draw Down Request #5 – Clerk Odde presented Draw Down Request #5 in the amount of $2,876.00. John P. Lumley moved to approve WBC CDBG Lane 3 Feasibility Study Draw Down Request #5 in the amount of $2,876.00. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Snowplow Bid – Chairman Basse reviewed the awarding of the snowplow repair bid to a Worland firm without getting a bid from a local firm. There is an unwritten policy requiring the County to do business locally whenever possible, which was not followed in this case. Each Commissioner offered their personal apology to the local firm’s representative, which he accepted.
Correspondence
Michael Fitzgerald – County Memorabilia Request. Refer to Chamber of Commerce
Fremont County Commissioners – Resource Advisory Council Formation meeting request Environmental Quality Council – Socio-Economic Study Request. Copy to Marvin Blakesly
Linda Harris – Guardian Ad Litem Notification
Library Board – Minutes
GDA Engineers – Bid award acknowledgement. Clerk will meet with GDA and conduct conference call with WYDOT Aeronautics to determine scope of project on April 21st .
Adjournment
There being no further business to come before the Board, John P. Lumley moved to adjourn at 5:15 p.m. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Attest:


Brad W. Basse, Chairman Hans Odde, Clerk to the Board

MARCH, 2009 BILLS
THERMOPOLIS - HOT SPRINGS 4,500.00KONE INC. 312.00
CASPER STAR TRIBUNE 764.22HOT SPRINGS VETERINARY CLINIC 45.00
HASCO INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY 32.66STATE OF WYOMING 13,295.01
TRI STATE TRUCK&EQUIPMENT,INC. 376.16DAY-TIMERS, INC. 29.94
AMERICAN CORRECTIONAL ASSOC. 35.00BRUCO, INC. 432.40
D & D MACHINE, INC. 25.38JACK'S UNIFORM & EQUIPMENT 12.00
TOMMERUP MACHINE SHOP 87.45PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS, INC. 17.67
AFLAC 697.15STATE OF WYOMING - A&I 147.99
ANITA WEISBECK 260.69H.O.P.E AGENCY & CRISIS LINE 1,500.00
ATLAS OFFICE PRODUCTS, INC. 65.46ATLANTIC RESEARCH MARKETING SYSTEMS 1,011.60
BARNARD DUNKELBERG & COMPANY 51,118.69BARTON STAM 6.60
BIG HORN WATER 106.50BLAIR'S SUPER MARKET 1,409.14
BLOEDORN LUMBER-WORLAND 78.20BOB WYSS 49.50
BREE GERBER 108.98BROKERS NATIONAL LIFE 373.50
BUSY BEE'S PRINTING 41.95CANYON CONCRETE SAND & GRAVEL 12,875.00
CANYON SPORTING GOODS 21.50CARDINAL HEALTH 267.44
RED ROCK FAMILY PRACTICE 287.00CLOUD PEAK COUNSELING CENTER 160.00
THERMOPOLIS HARDWARE 625.14COLORADO CUSTOM WARE 150.00
COLONIAL SUPPLEMENTAL INS. 284.70VERIZON WIRELESS 51.23
VERIZON WIRELESS 63.13VERIZON WIRELESS 68.03
VERIZON WIRELESS 264.71VERIZON WIRELESS 38.65
COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES INC 427.50CINDY MAGELKY 209.73
DON'S IGA 159.23D.R.A. SERVICES LLC 5,116.18
THERMOPOLIS-HOT SPRINGS EDC 25,179.00ELECTION SYSTEMS & SOFTWARE 2,449.56
FLEETWOOD FINANCIAL CORP. 3,692.68FLYING EAGLE GALLERY 336.00
PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 33,244.70FOOD SERVICES OF AMERICA 2,490.81

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FRANDSON SAFETY INC. 10.00FREMONT MOTOR COMPANY 1,079.29
GALLES FILTER SERVICE, INC. 53.83GOTTSCHE REHABILITATION CENTER 350.00
H & H DOCUMENT SOLUTIONS 80.33HANS ODDE 261.08
HONNEN EQUIPMENT CO. 223.66HOT SPRINGS COUNTY SCHOOL DIST. #1 85.32
HSCHM HOME CARE SERVICES 1,250.00HOT SPRINGS MUSEUM 24,336.25
HOT SPRINGS COUNTY HEALTH INS ACCT 38,146.05HOT SPRINGS CO. SCHOOL DIST #1 3,801.36
INBERG-MILLER ENGINEERS 3,834.44INDEPENDENT RECORD 3,057.02
INDOFF INC. 391.44INTERSTATE ALL BATTERY 123.17
JADECO, INC. 139.90JERRY D. WILLIAMS 1,800.98
KNAPP SUPPLY & EQUIPMENT CO. 439.62LAB SAFETY SUPPLY, INC. 65.03
LATHROP EQUIPMENT CO. 115.00LEE A. CAMPBELL 641.37
LET'S TALK CELLULAR 60.00LOCAL GOVERNMENT LIAB. POOL 18,549.00
LINDA HARRIS 15.60HOLDING'S LITTLE AMERICA 303.75
MAARET MCCAULEY 53.61MARY GORDON 265.36
MBA OF WYOMING 148,522.03MICHELLE M. BURNS 241.80
McGEE COMPANY 450.13MEADOW GOLD DAIRY 228.56
MEINECKE & SITZ, LLC 2,249.02HOT SPRINGS CO. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 101.75
HOT SPRINGS COUNSELING SERVICE 8,874.89MERCK & CO., INC. 1,508.51
MESSENGER & JUROVICH, P.C. 175.00MOTOROLA 27,684.30
MOUNTAIN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 205,048.99NIELSEN OIL CO., INC. 20.00
ONE STOP REPAIR & 28.70O'REILLY AUTO PARTS 150.75
O'REILLY AUTO PARTS 77.97OWL CREEK ENGINEERING 23,655.81
OWL CREEK GRAPHICS 27.48ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 3,184.76
PAMIDA 65.91PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 77.90
PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 531.60PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 197.39
PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 50.73PIZZA HUT 24.78
PLAN ONE/ARCHITECTS 11,196.88PLAINSMAN PRINTING & SUPPLY 164.58
POSTMASTER 436.00PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER, INC. 193.57
PYROTECHS, INC. 80.00QWEST 654.70
BEST WESTERN RAMKOTA HOTEL 280.00RAYMOND E. SHAFFER 70.20
REDMON LAW OFFICES 817.31GORRELL & HOPKINSON, P.C. 382.76
ROAD-RUNNER TWO, LLC 517.08RT COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 2,479.35
SHELLEY DEROMEDI 9.67SHOSHONE OFFICE SUPPLY 194.26
SIGNMEUP.COM 25.00SIMMONS GUN SPECIALTIES,INC. 6,964.37
SINCLAIR OIL CORPORATION 49,543.75SOCIETY FOR RANGE MANAGEMENT 100.00
THE STANDARD INS. CO. 1,323.46THE STOREHOUSE 40.00
T & E CAT RENTAL 659.00TEAM LABORATORY CHEMICAL CORP. 125.75
TEEPEE POOLS 318.00TIDMORE FLAGS 191.00
TOWN OF THERMOPOLIS 39,147.14TRAVELING COMPUTERS, INC. 4,656.48
TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT 4,120.50TRI COUNTY TELEPHONE ASSOC,INC 667.30
TWIN DISCOVERY SYSTEMS, INC. 433.40UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING 88.00
VERIZON WIRELESS 43.98VICKLUND PHARMACY 302.40
VISA (CARD TWO) 34.19VISA - CARD THREE 18.00
VISA 57.99WACERS 25.00
WCADVSA 480.00WCS TELECOM 308.16
WILLIAM F. GORDON 48.98WIRELESS ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS 401.00
EMPLOYMENT TAX DIVISION 1,622.06WYOMING ASSOCIATION OF COUNTY 65.00
WYOMING.COM 93.75WYOMING DIVISION OF 192.00
ORCHARD TRUST COMPANY 5,330.00WYOMING LAW ENFORCEMENT CHAPLAINS 175.00
WYOMING CRIME 50.00WYOMING GAS 2,362.90
WYONET INC. 113.91WYO RETIREMENT SYSTEM 17,764.69
036-NCPERS GROUP LIFE INS. 304.00STATE OF WYOMING RISK MANAGEMENT 2,917.70
WYOMING TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER CENTER 90.00 

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