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MINUTES OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING
June 1, 2010


- STATE OF WYOMING ) OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF
  ) COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
COUNTY OF HOT SPRINGS ) THERMOPOLIS WYOMING
    June 1, 2010
The Hot Springs County Board of Commissioners met in regular session on Tuesday, June 1, 2010, at 9:00 a.m. in the Public Meeting room in the Government Annex.

Present were Commissioners John P. Lumley, Brad Basse and Mike Baker. Also present were County Clerk Hans Odde and Administrative Assistant to the Commissioners Penny Herdt. Chairman John P. Lumley led those present in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Approval of Agenda
Mike Baker moved to approve the agenda with the following amendments:
DELETE:Regular Business6. Consider South Thermopolis Water District Expansion
ADD:Correspondence9. Owl Creek Water District – Letter of Appreciation
MOVE:Regular Business5. Planner Report from 10:30 a.m. to 1:45 p.m.
Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried. Chairman Lumley noted that the meeting will be recessed from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. to enable the Commissioners to attend a funeral for a local resident.
Approval of Minutes
Brad W. Basse made a motion to approve the minutes of May 4, 18, and 19, 2010, as presented. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Appoint Vice-Chairman
Mike Baker moved to appoint Brad Basse as the new Commission Vice-Chairman. Brad W. Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Approve Bills
The following bills were submitted for approval: (see attached). Those vouchers previously signed by only one Commissioner in the absence of Commissioner Frank Manning due to conflicts of interest were reviewed and signed by Commissioner Baker. Payroll for May, 2010 - $154,290.39.
Consider Guardian Ad Litem Memorandum of Understanding – 2011-2012
Clerk Odde presented the annual Memorandum of Understanding between the Office of the Public Defender, Wyoming Guardians Ad Litem Program and Hot Springs County for the Commissioners’ signature. This is an annual agreement with an estimated cost for fiscal year 2011 of $6,551.26. The County Attorney has reviewed the agreement and finds it acceptable. Brad Basse moved to approve the Memorandum of Understanding between the Office of the Public Defender, Wyoming Guardians Ad Litem Program and Hot Springs County for the time period July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2012 as presented. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Discussion: Estimated cost to Hot Springs County is $6,551.26, which is accounted for in the Clerk of District Court’s budget. Motion carried.
Emergency Management Monthly Report
Emergency Management Coordinator Bill Gordon reported that the emergency response to the train derailment last month went very well. He has sent evaluation forms to all the incident responders to aid in his compilation of a “post-incident” report, which should be complete by the end of July. Mr. Gordon indicated that draw down requests had been submitted for all Homeland Security funds expended through the end of May, which should lead to reimbursement being received by the end of June.
Maintenance Monthly Report
Maintenance Foreman Chuck Carver asked the Commissioners for guidance on the recently-purchased Curtin property regarding mowing, demolition of buildings, etc. Clerk Odde indicated that the County does not have actual final possession of the building until June 15thsup>, so any actions beyond mowing would need to wait until after that. The consensus seemed to be that the best course of action would be to gravel the lot and use it for employee parking rather than spend money and time watering and mowing it.
The Commissioners will view the property with Mr. Carver on Wednesday, June 2nd, at 3:00 p.m. to discuss further options.
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Mr. Carver reported that he is still fighting a losing battle with the ash borers in the trees surrounding the courthouse. Decisions will need to be made in the near future regarding removal and replacement of the trees. The sprinkler system on the library property is being worked on. Mr. Carver reviewed the on-going issues at the Government Annex. HVAC controls are still being tweaked. Some door locks are in need of adjustment. No OEM manuals have been received by Mr. Carver at this time – Groathouse will be contacted to see where they are. The sources of the leaks in the jail and exercise yard roofs have been identified. Sealer will be applied to stop the leaks until it is time to replace the roof.
Road & Bridge Monthly Report
Road & Bridge Foreman Ray Shaffer and Planner Lee Campbell reviewed the DEQ Gravel Pit Inspection report. The Harvey Pit on East Sunnyside will be released as soon as Mr. Harvey signs the reclamation form. Planner Campbell will be sending termination notices for all outstanding County permits for the Harvey pit. At the Wagonhound pit, the County is close to the boundaries of allowable disturbance, so some reclamation must occur before any more excavation is done. Overall, the inspection went very well, with only minor compliance issues, which Mr. Shaffer indicated are in the process of remediation or have already been fixed.
     Foreman Shaffer reported that his department has been monitoring the road situation closely as a result of the recent wet weather. Several roads will need some repair and gravel replacement when things get drier. A drainage pipe on Kirby Creek Road has rusted through and must be replaced. Mr. Shaffer indicated that he would be working with the landowner to remove the sharp corner in the road at that location during the repair. A track hoe will be rented to facilitate that repair and others as needed. Quotes for the opening of the Coal Draw pit are coming in lower than anticipated. The fuel procurement numbering system has been updated to allow better tracking of fuel consumption by unit number. The Commissioners asked Mr. Shaffer to participate in the Wednesday walk-around of the Curtin property to give his input regarding future use of the site.
Planner Monthly Report
Sage Grouse Habitat Maps – County Planner Lee Campbell presented the latest Sage Grouse Core Habitat Maps as revised at last week’s work session with the BLM. Several area boundaries have been adjusted, resulting in a better working environment for current oil, gas, and bentonite producers, but making new projects more difficult. Carla Bird with the BLM will be asked to appear before the Commissioners at their June 15th meeting to further discuss the Sage Grouse Core Habitat implementation.
Flood Plain Permits – This item was tabled until the County Attorney returns.
Consider Health Insurance Quotes
Insurance consultant Brad Johnson appeared before the Commissioners to review the upcoming health insurance renewal. The insurance plan was put out for bid this year. Nine bid packets were sent out. Only one was returned fully bid. Mr. Johnson reviewed the effects of the new health care legislation on the insurance plan for the 2011 plan year, and outlined his recommendations for the upcoming insurance plan renewal. Brad W. Basse moved to retain MBA as the third-party administrator for the county’s health insurance program. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried. Brad W. Basse moved to keep the insurance stop-loss level at $25,000.00 per employee. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried. Mike Baker moved to stay with coverage at full parity for biological mental health claims, while terminating coverage for addiction treatment effective July 1, 2010. Brad W. Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried. Mike Baker moved to develop a second-choice HSA option for health insurance for county employees. Brad W. Basse seconded the motion. Discussion: Mr. Johnson will work with members of the employee health insurance committee to develop the details for this plan option. Motion carried. Mr. Johnson indicated that his contract as a consultant to the county expires this year. He is willing to renew the contract for $3,500.00—the same as last year. There will be an additional charge this year of $1,500.00 to cover the cost of taking the health insurance plan out for bid. Brad W. Basse moved to retain Brad Johnson and Covenant Insurance for insurance consulting services at the rate of $3,500.00 plus the $1,500.00 bidding fee, for a total amount of $5,000.00. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Airport Update
GDA representative Dusty Spomer appeared before the Commissioners to update them on the status of the airport project. The final Scope of Work was distributed for review and approval. Mr. Spomer indicated that, during the course of preparing the Independent Fee Analysis, there may be some wording changes for clarification in the Scope of Work document. Any changes will be presented to the Commissioners for review. Brad W. Basse moved to approve the Project Scope of Work for HSC Airport
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Relocation Project Land Acquisition & Master Design A.I.P. Project #03-56-0032-03 State Aeronautics Project #THP-11A as presented. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Discussion: Commissioner Basse pointed out that the Scope of Work document has been reviewed with representatives from the FAA, WDOT-Aeronautics Division and GDA representative during a conference call and stated that he is comfortable with the document as presented. Motion carried.
     Mr. Spomer presented the following list of suggested candidates to perform the Independent Fee Analysis: Morrison & Maierle, Bozeman, Montana; Toothman-Orton, Boise, Idaho; and CH2M Hill, Denver, Colorado. Brad W. Basse moved to approve the suggested list of firms to contact regarding the Independent Fee Analysis with final selection of the Independent Fee Analyst to occur as a result of consultation between the Commissioners and Clerk Odde after research of the firms’ qualifications, availability, etc. by Clerk Odde. Mr. Spomer will send the contact information to Clerk Odde.
     Mr. Spomer discussed various ways to provide public information updates on a regular basis for the airport project. The Commissioners agreed that the best method would be a monthly newsletter in a two-sided, color, 8 ½ X 11 format, emailed to Clerk Odde for posting on the County’s website and publication by the Commissioner’s office as required. Any required public notifications will be handled separately.
     Land Acquisition – no further progress at this time. GDA representative are tentatively scheduled to meet with the landowner just after the 4thsup> of July.
Consider State Park Leases
Clerk Odde reviewed the leases that the County has with the State Parks Division for land on which the Library, Fairgrounds, Road & Bridge Shop and Senior Citizens Center is located. At this time, only the Fairgrounds and the Road & Bridge Shop leases are in hand. A review process by the State has resulted in new five-year leases with a monthly charge of $100.00, for a lease term total of $6,000.00 per lease for the four leases. State Parks representative Kevin Skates discussed the “in-kind” provision in the leases which allows the lease payments to be offset by services from the county such as law enforcement in the Hot Springs State Park, equipment usage and manpower help from the Road & Bridge department, etc. After considerable discussion, Mr. Skates asked that the County hold off on signing the leases or paying the monthly rental until he drafts a memorandum of understanding regarding in-kind services versus lease payments. He will get that document to Clerk Odde within the next two weeks.
Youth Alternatives Monthly Report
Director Bob Wyss reported that his program had three graduates and three new participants last month. One of the participants has been awarded a Craig Thomas Scholarship to further his education. There are currently about a dozen participants in the Youth Alternatives Program. Director Wyss will be out of the office for a week in June. Kathy King will cover the office during that time period.
     Director Wyss presented an Addendum to the VOA Grant Application for the Commissioners’ approval. Mike Baker moved to approve the Chairman’s signature on the Addendum. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Planner – Boundary Line Adjustment Rules Review
Planner Lee Campbell gave a short presentation on state and county requirements for boundary line adjustments. Land Use Planning Board president Larry Bentley stated that the LUPB would like to request that the Commissioners place a moratorium on reviewing/approving any further boundary line adjustments until a work session can be held with the County Commissioners, the County Attorney, the County Planner and the Land Use Planning Board to discuss current state statues and county policy as they apply to boundary line adjustments. The Commissioners agreed that this was a good idea. A work session will be scheduled when the County Attorney is available.
Predator Management District Discussion
Predator Control Board representatives Brett Belden, Bob Blacketer, Jack Baird and Art Hunter appeared before the Commissioners to review their budget request. Brett Belden gave a brief outline of the Predator Management District’s activities in Hot Springs County. Larry Bentley, Animal Damage Management Board facilitator, stated that Hot Springs County’s Predator Management District has been singled out by the ADMB as one of the outstanding PMD’s statewide.
Sage Grouse Study Project Proposal
USDA Wildlife Service District Supervisor/Wildlife Biologist Jim Pehringer presented information on the various ways the Game & Fish division works with the local Predator Management Districts to deal with wolves, coyotes, grizzly and black bears, and mountain lions. The current focus is on a proposed cooperative project between the Game & Fish, HSC Predator Management District, HSC Conservation
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District, BLM, HSC Commissioners and local landowners in Hot Springs County with regard to sage grouse study and monitoring. The project would run from March 1, 2011 through February 28, 2012. Mr. Pehringer asked the Commissioners to consider setting aside funds to assist with this project during their upcoming budget sessions. The Commissioners received information regarding the project outline and a summary of Predator Management District activities for 2009.
Consider Temporary Courthouse Closure
Mike Baker moved to close all non-essential courthouse offices on June 3, 2010 from 10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. for former Commissioner Frank Manning’s funeral service. Brad W. Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried. Clerk Odde presented a proclamation for the Commissioners’ approval ordering the lowering of the U.S. and State flags throughout the county to half staff from sunrise to sundown on Thursday, June 3, 2010 in recognition of former Commissioner Manning’s passing. Chairman Lumley read the proclamation into the record as follows:
Hot Springs County Commissioners
Proclamation
Ordering United States and State of Wyoming Flags to Half-Staff

WHEREAS, on May 22, 2010, former Hot Springs County Commissioner Frank T. Manning passed away after a long and courageous battle for his life, and
WHEREAS, Commissioner Manning served as Hot Springs County Commissioner from January 2, 2007 until his resignation on May 4, 2010, and
WHEREAS, the citizens of Hot Springs County mourn the death of Commissioner Manning, and
WHEREAS, a memorial service will be held for Commissioner Manning on Thursday June 3, 2010;
NOW, THEREFORE, I, JOHN P. LUMLEY, Chairman of the Hot Springs County Commission do hereby order that the flag of the United States and the flag of the State of Wyoming shall be flown at half-staff at all buildings and grounds owned by the County of Hot Springs, State of Wyoming beginning at sunrise on Thursday June 3, 2010, and ending at sundown on that date.
Dated this 1st day of June, 2010
John P. Lumley, Chairman
Brad W. Basse
Mike Baker
Attest:
Hans Odde, County Clerk
Brad W. Basse moved to approve the proclamation as presented. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Red Lane Septic System Permit Appeal
Red Lane resident Carol appeared to appeal the Planner’s granting of a permit to construct a septic tank on Weed Way off of Red Lane. After considerable discussion between Ms. Pickett, the Commissioners, and Planner Campbell, it was determined that the next step in the process should be a letter from Planner Campbell to the DEQ asking for clarification regarding whether the property was private residential property or commercial property due to the increasing number of rental units on the property. The appeal of the septic system permit was tabled until that clarification is received and the County Attorney returns.
Other Business
Consider Release of Remainder of Retained Funds to Groathouse Construction – Clerk Odde presented the request for the release of the remainder of retained funds and interest to Groathouse Construction. Commissioner Basse recused himself from discussion and voting due to his status as a subcontractor on the project. After lengthy discussion, Mike Baker moved to approve the release of retained funds and interest in the amount of $85,912.37 to Groathouse Construction. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Discuss County Contributions for BLM RMP Revision – Notification was received from Park County Commissioner Jill Shockley-Siggins that participating counties will need to budget $25,000.00 for FY2011 for consulting services for the BHB BLM RMP process. No action was required of the Commissioners at this time.
Consider Agency Agreement between Hot Springs County and WYDOT regarding Airport Land Acquisition – Clerk Odde presented the Agency Agreement between Hot Springs County and WYDOT-Aeronautics Division for the Commissioners’ approval. This agreement deals with application for federal funds during the Land Acquisition and Master Planning phases of the proposed new airport. The County Attorney and GDA Engineers have reviewed and approved the agreement as presented. Mike Baker moved to approve the Agency Agreement for Federal Aid Project No. 3-56-0032-03, State Project No. THP-11A, Sate Grant No. 2757 for Land Acquisition & Master Plan between Hot Springs County and WYDOT-Aeronautics Division. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
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IRP Reimbursement Request #1 – Clerk Odde presented IRP Funds Reimbursement Request #1 for the Lane 3 project for the Commissioners’ approval. Brad Basse moved to approve the IRP Funds Reimbursement Request #1 for the Lane 3 project - Phases 1 & 2 - Project #IRP-CN15020, in the amount of $2,614.05. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Lodging Tax Board Member Resignation – Clerk Odde presented a letter of resignation from Lodging Tax Board member Rick Ridenour. Mike Baker moved to accept the resignation and authorize Clerk Odde to begin advertising for a replacement board member immediately. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Discussion: A letter will be drafted thanking Mr. Ridenour for his service to the board. Motion carried.
Senior Center Feasibility Study Draw Down Request #2 – Clerk Odde presented Senior Citizen Center Feasibility Study Draw Down Request #2 for the Commissioners’ approval. Mike Baker moved to approve Senior Citizen Center Feasibility Study Draw Down Request #2 in the amount of $3,028.00. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Government Annex Draw Down Request #19 – Clerk Odde presented Government Annex Draw Down Request #19 for the Commissioners’ approval. This request is a result of the transfer of unused SLIB funds from the Hospital Emergency Roof Replacement project to the Government Annex project with consensus from the Town of Thermopolis to make up some of the budget shortfall in the Government Annex project. Commissioner Basse recused himself from discussion and voting due to his status as a subcontractor on the Government Annex project. Mike Baker moved to approve Government Annex Draw Down Request #19 in the amount of $22,500.00. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Consider Forest Service Law Enforcement Agreement – Clerk Odde presented the Annual Agreement between the US Forest Service and the Hot Springs County Sheriff’s Department for law enforcement services in the Shoshone National Forest for the period April 1, 2010 through March 31, 2011 for the Commissioners’ approval. Mike Baker moved to approve the Cooperative Law Enforcement Annual Operating Plan & Financial Plan between the Hot Springs County Sheriff’s Department and the USDA
Forest Service, Shoshone National Forest for FY 2010-2011 – Total Reimbursement Amount not to exceed $4,000.00. Brad Basse seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Correspondence
Chamber of Commerce – Fourth of July Celebration Contributions Lodging Tax Board Minutes
USDA – Forest Service – Becky Aus Retirement
WYDOT – STIP Meeting Reminder
MBA Wellness Program
Engineering Associates – Lane 3 Progress Report
Hospital Board Minutes – Commissioner Baker reported that Endoscopy Suite bids had varied widely. The low bidder was asked to provide references, as there was some concern regarding the ability of the firm to do quality work at the bid price. After the references have been reviewed, a decision will be made by the Hospital Board regarding the bid award. Commissioner Baker will attend the reference review meeting.
Greater Learning Foundation Board Minutes
Owl Creek Water District – Appreciation for Election Assistance
The Commissioners reviewed the foregoing items. No further action was required or taken at this time.
Executive Session: Executive Session was cancelled due to absence of County Attorney.
Adjournment
There being no further business to come before the Board at this time, Brad W. Basse moved to adjourn at 6:30 p.m. Mike Baker seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Attest:


John P. Lumley, ChairmanHans Odde, Clerk to the Board
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BILLS – MAY, 2010
KONE INC. 331.05 WORLAND CLEANERS & SUPPLY 6.85
NORTHERN WYOMING DAILY NEWS 64.68 HOT SPRINGS VETERINARY CLINIC 40.00
SAFEGUARD BUSINESS SYSTEMS 119.96 WYOMING LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY 185.00
HOT SPRINGS COUNTY WEED & PEST 299.19 SUNSHINE OFFICE PRODUCTS 30.60
AMERICAN CORRECTIONAL ASSOC. 35.00 BRUCO, INC. 1,071.25
TEE'S PLUS 487.10MPH INDUSTRIES INC 205.07
PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS, INC. 100.00 AFLAC 687.60
AG COMMUNICATIONS & TECHNOLOGY 45.75 STATE OF WYOMING - A&I 84.15
ANITA WEISBECK 119.00 ATLAS OFFICE PRODUCTS, INC. 577.54
BARTON STAM 59.50BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 1,091.87
BEN MEADOWS 426.95 BIG HORN WATER 96.00
BLAIR'S SUPER MARKET 327.68 BRAD W. BASSE 293.00
BREE GERBER 648.70BROKERS NATIONAL LIFE 498.30
BUSY BEE'S PRINTING 3.95CALIFORNIA CONTRACTORS 167.76
CENTRAL RESTAURANT PRODUCTS 309.44CHEMCO USA 200.00
CHIEF SUPPLY INC. 444.99 CHRISTOPHER H. PARIS 150.00
THERMOPOLIS HARDWARE 2,640.87 COLONIAL SUPPLEMENTAL INS. 248.45
VERIZON WIRELESS 59.43 VERIZON WIRELESS 40.34
VERIZON WIRELESS 64.21VERIZON WIRELESS 266.63
VERIZON WIRELESS 56.90COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES INC 1,270.00
TERESA K. CORNELLA 87.00CORRECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES,INC. 297.66
CINDY MAGELKY 425.00DEBRA DONAHUE 5.15
DELL MARKETING, L.P. 1,910.80 DON'S IGA 29.23
D.R.A. SERVICES LLC 5,079.10 ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES 5,228.10
EXPRESS POLICE SUPPLY, INC 48.98 SHELL FLEET PLUS PROCESSING CENTER 40.72
PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 36,222.20 PINNACLE BANK 39.04
FOOD SERVICES OF AMERICA 537.33 FRANDSON SAFETY INC. 10.00
GALLS 487.43GLOBALSTAR USA 634.14
GREINER MOTOR COMPANY - DOUGLAS 12,653.66GROATHOUSE CONSTRUCTION, INC. 13,453.00
DAYS INN 75.00HOT SPRINGS MUSEUM 50,000.00
HOT SPRINGS COUNTY TREASURER 762.11HOT SPRINGS COUNTY HEALTH INS ACCT 48,505.99
HOT SPRINGS CO. SCHOOL DIST #1 5,194.53 INDEPENDENT RECORD 1,385.96
INDOFF INC. 1,466.99 JADECO, INC. 20.83
JERRY D. WILLIAMS 55.00JOHN LUMLEY 253.00
JOHNSTONE SUPPLY 55.15 JULIE MORTIMORE 10.00
KAREN SLOCUM 283.80 KATE L. HUVER 592.13
KNAPP SUPPLY & EQUIPMENT CO. 236.00LINES UNLIMITED 150.00
HOLDING'S LITTLE AMERICA 297.00MAARET MCCAULEY 135.69
MARY GORDON 153.44 MARY L. SCHEIBLE 775.00
MBA OF WYOMING 23,825.30 MEADOW GOLD DAIRY 140.91
HOT SPRINGS COUNSELING SERVICE 5,300.00 MESSENGER & JUROVICH, P.C. 40.00
MICKEYJEAN FORD 261.63 MOTOROLA 192,796.56
NATIONAL 4-H COUNCIL-SUPPLY SERVICE 115.59 NIELSEN OIL CO., INC. 1,553.00
THE OFFICE SHOP, INC 106.06 OWL CREEK GRAPHICS 11,077.40
OWL LUMBER INC. 9.13 PATTERSON CONSTRUCTION 2,225.00
ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 6,988.95 PAMIDA 26.77
PARK COUNTY 25,000.00PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 128.71
POSTMASTER 315.00 QUARTERMASTER, INC. 452.92
QUILL CORPORATION 755.84 QWEST 649.68
RANAE BALDES 485.18WYOMING DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 2.00
GORRELL & HOPKINSON, P.C. 120.00ROSEMARY DE SEYN 10.00
RT COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 2,124.32 SANDRA L BAKER 40.00
S & D ENTERPRISES 1,491.62 SHELLEY DEROMEDI 50.00
SHOSHONE OFFICE SUPPLY 487.60 SNOWCREST CHEMICALS 710.50
HOT SPRINGS CO SENIOR CITIZENS INC 3,073.00 STACIA H. LINTON 10.00
THE STANDARD INS. CO. 1,403.24 STEHLIN PLUMBING & CONTRACTING 110.00
TEAM LABORATORY CHEMICAL CORP. 217.00 TEEPEE POOLS 351.00
THE CAKE HOUSE 60.00 THE SHOPPE 100.00
TOWN OF THERMOPOLIS 828.39TRAVELING COMPUTERS, INC. 3,259.97
TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT 3,903.20TRI COUNTY TELEPHONE ASSOC,INC 667.30
VERIZON WIRELESS 44.57VICKLUND PHARMACY 142.94
VISA - CARD ONE 8.25 VISA - CARD FOUR 346.83
VISA - CARD FIVE 162.00 VISA (CARD EIGHT) 445.80
VISA 216.45 VISA 83.42
VISA 942.46 WYOMING COUNTY ASSESSOR'S ASSOC. 250.00
WYOMING CO COMMISSIONERS ASSOC 4,891.74 WCS TELECOM 329.08
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WEST PAYMENT CENTER 100.00 WILLIAM F. GORDON 60.26
WIRELESS ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS 1,002.40 EMPLOYMENT TAX DIVISION 2,170.02
WYOMING COUNTY CLERK'S ASSOCIATION 100.00 WYOMING.COM 20.00
WYOMING DIVISION OF 237.00 ORCHARD TRUST COMPANY 5,820.00
WYOMING LAW ENFORCEMENT CHAPLAINS 175.00 WYOMING GAS 3,995.57
WYONET INC. 113.95 WYO RETIREMENT SYSTEM 18,466.64
036-NCPERS GROUP LIFE INS. 256.00
WY-TEST 81.50
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