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MINUTES OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING
June 2, 2009


- STATE OF WYOMING ) OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF
  ) COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
COUNTY OF HOT SPRINGS ) THERMOPOLIS WYOMING
    June 2, 2009
The Hot Springs County Board of Commissioners met in regular session on Tuesday, June 2, 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 and Administrative Assistant to the Commissioners Penny Herdt. County Attorney Jerry Williams was absent. 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:
Add: Grant Sanders
Other Business
12. Lane 3 Final Report
9. Consider Letter of Agreement w/David Evans re: Legal Advice about Pending Litigation
Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Approve Minutes
Frank T. Manning made a motion to approve the minutes of May 5, 2009 and May 19, 2009 as presented. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Approve Bills
The following bills were submitted for approval: (see attached). Payroll for May, 2009 - $147,424.47.
Set Budget Meeting Dates
Commissioners approved the following meeting dates and times:
Final Bill Payment – June 30, 2009 – Noon
Final Budget Hearing – July 20, 2009 – 9:00 a.m.
Departmental Budget Workshops – June 11, 2009 – 5:00 p.m. & June 16, 2009 – 3:00-4:00 p.m.
Emergency Management Monthly Report
Emergency Management Coordinator Bill Gordon reported that the XID box has been ordered and should arrive around June 17th . Representatives from Motorola will be here this morning to discuss the console upgrade for WYOLink, at which time Mr. Gordon will discuss solutions for local coverage by portable radios on the WYOLink system with them. Chairman Basse asked what would be required in terms of infrastructure for WYOLink at the new Search & Rescue building in order to use the building as an alternate Emergency Operations Center for the County. Mr. Gordon indicated that the primary need would be ample phone connections pre-wired during construction. Mr. Gordon and Mr. Basse will meet to discuss the matter at a later date.

Maintenance Monthly Report – Maintenance Foreman Chuck Carver reported that the spring tree trimming is done and spring landscaping projects are progressing nicely. The surge tank for the cooling tower will be pulled out today to repair a leak. Stainless steel fittings will be used to replace the older, corroded fittings. The cooling tower system pumps need to be replaced, and that will be planned for in the upcoming maintenance budget. Chairman Basse discussed the controls package for the Government Annex building with Mr. Carver. Mr. Carver will attend the pre-bid meeting with Groathouse Construction on June 4 to discuss the control package further.
Youth Alternatives – Monthly Report
Youth Alternatives Director Bob Wyss reported that representatives from the Lander Community Juvenile Services Division attended the monthly meeting of the local At-Risk group last week to observe that part of his program in action with an eye toward re-creating it in Fremont County. Mr. Wyss told the Commissioners that program participants are helping with clean-up and maintenance duties at the Fairgrounds, Chamber Office, the Courthouse and Head Start among other places in the community.

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Commissioner Lumley asked Mr. Wyss to contact Gary Hartman in Cheyenne to discuss the county’s Youth Alternatives Program in relation to Mr. Hartman’s Juvenile Services Program. As a final note, Mr. Wyss reported that there has been a steadily increasing amount of parental involvement in his program, which has been of great benefit to the juvenile participants.
Red Rocks Commercial Center Draw Down Request #25
EDC Director Lorraine Quarberg presented Draw Down Request #25 for the Red Rocks Commercial Center in the amount of $62,710.00 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 #25 for the Red Rocks Commercial Center in the amount of $62,710.00. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried. Ms. Quarberg reported that the sign contractor is running a little behind on his part of the project, so a 90-day extension of the completion date may have to be requested from the Wyoming Business Council. No action is required on the Commissioners’ part at this time.
Road and Bridge Monthly Report
Road & Bridge employee Ray Shaffer reported that the Black Mountain road gravel project is about finished. There is still about 3.5 miles of shoulder work left to do on Kirby Creek road and a little work to complete on Cottonwood road before the overlay project gets started. The new chemical being tested for road stabilization and dust control has not been as effective as the department had hoped in terms of cost versus long-term effectiveness. A new cattle guard has been installed on Mud Creek road. Mr. Shaffer told the Commissioners that the Road & Bridge department is working on a resolution to be presented for their approval at a future meeting regarding the county policy on installation of cattle guards on county roads. The summer mowing and spraying program has begun. Mr. Shaffer indicated that the department is trying a soil sterilizer on the shoulders of the roads in an attempt to keep them a little cleaner this year, which should help with the gravel loss.
    In preparation for the cold mix overlay project new tires and rollers have been installed on the pneumatic roller and tanker truck. Test patches will be laid on Missouri Flats next week, with the project getting fully underway when the weather permits. The large boulder has been placed for the historical monument project south of town. Mr. Shaffer discussed the sale of used and obsolete equipment from the Road & Bridge department. They are coordinating with the Maintenance department, as Mr. Carver has some equipment he needs to get rid of also. Public notification of the items available will take place sometime this summer and bids will be accepted at that time.
    Mr. Shaffer and County Planner Lee Campbell reviewed the Annual DEQ Gravel Pit Inspection report with the Commissioners. A few minor items were noted, but no major compliance or reclamation issues existed. The County was commended by the DEQ for its excellent record-keeping in regards to the county gravel pits.
    Discussion was held regarding plans for the Road & Bridge Shop expansion project. When the list of requirements for the project has been received from WYDOT, a Request for Proposals will be issued and bids will be accepted for the project.
    Clerk Odde and the Commissioners discussed with Mr. Shaffer the final bill for contract administration on the cold mix project in light of the current shortfall in the County Road Fund (CRF) account. Mr. Shaffer agreed with the decision to pay the bill out of the CRF account and do a line item transfer from the Road & Bridge budget to make the CRF whole at the end of the fiscal year.
County Planner Monthly Report
County Planner Lee Campbell reviewed a letter written by the Fremont County Board of Commissioners to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency regarding the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapahoe tribes’ application to the federal government for Treatment as a State (TAS) regarding clean air and water issues. At the present time, lands included in the 1896 Thermopolis Purchase Act 30 Stat.93 are not claimed as being within the reservation boundaries. However, some land in the southern part of Hot Springs County is being claimed as part of the reservation. Toddi Darlington, who resides in that part of Hot Springs County being claimed as part of the reservation, appeared to ask the Commissioners what effect this TAS application, if successful, might have on her property rights, taxes, etc., as well as those of other county residents in this area. The Commissioners were unable to answer Ms. Darlington’s questions definitively without further research, but agreed that there was cause for her concern. Comments on the TAS application are due by June 10, 2009. Frank T. Manning moved to ask Planner

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Campbell to draft a letter in support of Fremont County’s position opposing the Tribes’ TAS application, recognizing the potential impact on local landowners, with approval by e-mail to facilitate a timely response. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
    The Commissioners reviewed the Tonn Land Use Change application. Chairman Basse confirmed with Planner Campbell that all proper notifications had been sent in a timely fashion prior to the public hearing on the land use change held on May 19, 2009. The Commissioners confirmed that they had received and reviewed the written comments from area landowners presented at the public hearing. Although Chairman Basse indicated that he felt that, in fairness to Mr. Tonn, all public comments should have been presented at the public hearing, area landowners were permitted to offer further comment on the land use change. Considerable discussion ensued. The Commissioners acknowledged the “quality of life” and “air and water” issues potentially arising from any gravel pit operations that might result from the land use change, but felt that those issues were out of their jurisdiction. The Commissioners were also unsure of their legal authority to impose the conditions proposed by the Land Use Planning Board if the land use change was granted. In the absence of the County Attorney, the Commissioners decided to table the land use change until their June 16, 2009 meeting, when the County Attorney is expected to be present. Planner Campbell was asked to invite a representative from the State Engineer's Office to be present at that meeting to answer further questions if necessary.
Appoint Museum Board Member
Clerk Odde presented the single application received for the open Museum Board position created by the resignation of Ross Rhodes. John P. Lumley moved to appoint Phyllis Winter Baker to the Museum Board. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried. Ms. Baker will be notified by mail of her selection to the Board.
Airport Pavement Request for State Aid
Clerk Odde presented the Airport Pavement Request for State Aid. This is the formal request for funding from the State of Wyoming for the Slurry Seal Coat project for sealing the runway and apron/taxiways at the airport. Funding is provided at 90% with a 10% match required from the County. Total estimated cost of the project is $400,000.00. The County's share will be $40,000.00. Frank T. Manning moved to approve the Request for State Airport Aid in the amount of $400,000.00, with the State's share to be $360,000.00 and the County's share to be $40,000.00. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Airport 2009 Crack Seal Project Amendment #2
Clerk Odde presented Amendment #2 for the 2009 Crack Seal Project at the airport. The Crack Seal project must be completed before the Slurry Seal Coat can begin. The purpose of amendment 2 is to designate the final cost of the project, which comes to $79,550.00, and includes a drawing showing the areas intended for work. The project has an 80/20 match requirement, which makes the County’s share of the project $15,910.00. John P. Lumley moved to approve 2009 Crack Seal Project Amendment #2 in the amount of $79,550.00 – County’s share of the project to be $15,910.00, the State’s share to be $63,640.00. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Bighorn Basin Resource Management Plan Report
Terry Wilson, Conservation District representative on the BHB RMP project, gave the Commissioners an update on the current status of the Bighorn Basin Resource Management Plan, and asked for their input regarding what they would like her to present at the project meetings with the BLM in terms of alternatives for infrastructure needs on public lands within the county.
Red Lane Drinking Water Study
Red Lane Water & Sewer Board Member Carol Pickett asked about the procedure for getting reimbursed for mileage expenses from the Red Lane Water & Sewer District as she is the only remaining board member, and does not feel comfortable issuing herself a check. The Commissioners asked Ms. Pickett to notify them in writing of the four board vacancies so that they could appoint new board members as specified by state statute. When new board members are appointed, the mileage issue can be resolved by the new board. Ms. Pickett gave the Commissioners an update on the Red Lane Drinking Water study. The Red Lane Watershed District has agreed to be the sponsoring district for the study, and Ms.

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Pickett has obtained signatures on a petition of support for the Level 1 study from district residents. This petition will be submitted to the Wyoming Water Development Commission along with the sponsoring resolution from the Red Lane Watershed Improvement District in an attempt to get the Level 1 water study completed.
Lane 3 Final Report
Inberg-Miller representative Grant Sanders presented the Final Lane 3 Feasibility Study Report to the Commissioners, summarizing the study process, results and recommendations. The final report includes recommendations for acquiring sixty-foot rights of way and installation of sidewalks in the area. Copies of the final report are available in the Clerk’s office for review by the public. Project consultant Harry Hughes, P.E., reviewed the cost summary for the various options presented and discussed possible funding options for the road project. After further discussion, the Commissioners decided that there was no immediate need to determine the County Road status of Lane 3 prior to applying for project funding.
Other Business:
Resolution 2009-07 – Imposition of Lodging Tax – Clerk Odde presented Resolution 2009-07 for the Commissioners’ approval. This is the resolution required by the State for imposition of the 4% Lodging Tax approved by the voters at the special election held on May 5, 2009. The present Lodging Tax will expire June 30, 2009. Due to State notification requirements, the Lodging Tax cannot start being collected again until October 1, 2009. Frank T. Manning moved to approve Resolution 2009-07 imposing a 4% Lodging Tax in Hot Springs County. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Resolution 2009-08 – Bighorn Basin Transportation Authority Subsidy Agreement – Clerk Odde presented Resolution 2009-08 confirming development of a budget line item to provide funding for bus service in the Bighorn Basin for one year per a funding formula adopted by the BHBTA. John P. Lumley moved to approved Resolution 2009-08 confirming Bighorn Basin Transportation Authority Funding. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Discussion: Per the funding formula adopted by the BHBTA, the amount provided by the County with this resolution is $4,687.50. Motion carried.
Schmidt Well Permit Application – Clerk Odde reported that the County’s geological consultant has not had the opportunity to review this permit application yet, and asked that the application be tabled until the next meeting so that the consultant may offer her opinion. The application was tabled until the June 16th meeting.
Lane 3 Draw Down Request #7 - Clerk Odde presented Lane 3 Feasibility Study Draw Down Request #7 in the amount of $1,150.00. Clerk Odde reported that there should be one more Draw Down Request prior to the end of the fiscal year. Frank T. Manning moved to approve the Lane 3 Feasibility Study Request Draw Down Request #7 in the amount of $1,150.00. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
County Government Annex Draw Down Request #9 – Clerk Odde presented Draw Down Request #9 in the amount of $3,015.64 for architectural and engineering services. Frank T. Manning moved to approve County Government Annex Project Draw Down Request #9 in the amount of $3,015.64. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried. Clerk Odde reminded the Commissioners of the pre-bid meeting to be held with Groathouse Construction (CMAR) and Plan One Architects and interested subcontractors on Thursday, June 4, 2009 at 10:00 a.m. One item not covered in the bid package that is outside the scope of the construction portion of the project is materials testing on such items as pavement, sidewalks, patching around the footings, etc. Plan 1 will bring a Request for Proposals to the pre-bid meeting on Thursday so that bids can be solicited for materials testing.
Covenant Insurance Consulting Contract – Clerk Odde presented the annual renewal of the contract with Covenant Insurance for consulting services for the County’s health insurance plan provided by Brad Johnson. Clerk Odde expressed the opinion that the $4,500.00 cost is money well-spent in terms of the savings and overall assistance provided by Mr. Johnson. John P. Lumley moved to approve the consulting contract with Covenant Insurance for July 1, 2009-June 30, 2010 in the amount of $4,500.00. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Forest Road Maintenance Agreement – Modification No. 5 – Clerk Odde presented Modification #5 to the Forest Road Agreement for the Commissioners’ approval. This modification incorporates the 2009 Plan of Work & Maintenance for Grass Creek Road along with the budget clauses for FY2009 funds. Frank T. Manning moved to approve Modification No. 5 to the Forest Road Agreement between the Shoshone National Forest and Hot Springs County. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.

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Review Purchase of Search & Rescue Property – The school board has accepted the County’s purchase offer for the property. Surveying is underway and the County should have a complete legal description and survey within the next two weeks. Once the legal description and survey have been received, a formal contract will be drawn up and submitted to the school board for approval. Clerk Odde indicated that he hopes to have the purchase completed by June 30, 2009. He will meet with Rocky Mountain Power representative Randy Harry this week to review the site plan to determine where the electrical service will enter the property. Clerk Odde provided a preliminary site plan for the Commissioners’ review. Chairman Basse will arrange for the property to be mowed, as the weeds are getting quite high.
Letter of Agreement w/David Evans – Commissioner Lumley reported that Attorney David Evans from Cheyenne has been contacted regarding providing legal advice to the county on pending litigation. Attorney Evans has indicated a willingness to do so at a rate of $200/hour. John P. Lumley moved to send a letter of agreement to David Evans engaging his services on pending litigation at a rate of $200/hour. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Discussion: It is estimated that this matter will require approximately 4-6 hours of Mr. Evans’ time. Motion carried.
Correspondence
Assessor – 2009 Value Estimate Update – County Assessor Shelley Deromedi provided the Commissioners with an updated 2009 County-Wide Value Estimate in the amount of $282,441,444.00. This is only the current estimate, not the final valuation for 2009.
Governor Freudenthal – Juvenile Service Board Funds
Park County – Copy of Letter to the EQC regarding Water Quality Rules
Chamber of Commerce – 4th of July Display
Treasurer – FY2009 Revenue Report
Lodging Tax Board Minutes
Library Board Minutes
Commissioners reviewed the foregoing correspondence. No action was required at this time.
Adjournment
There being no further business to come before the Board, John P. Lumley moved to adjourn at 3:30 p.m. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Attest:


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

MAY, 2009 BILLS
IRIS L. CAVALLI 156.50LOLA CORDINGLY 156.50
BIG HORN WATER 94.50BETTY JEAN MARTINEZ 225.18
BLAIR'S SUPER MARKET 485.35BREE GERBER 565.76
BROKERS NATIONAL LIFE 373.50BUSY BEE'S PRINTING 123.25
CANYON SPORTING GOODS 40.65CARDINAL HEALTH 471.16
CHARLOTTE M. GOURLEY 156.50CHRISTINE M. O'BYRNE 156.50
CMI INC. 1,965.00THERMOPOLIS HARDWARE 1,317.01
COLONIAL SUPPLEMENTAL INS. 284.70VERIZON WIRELESS 51.34
VERIZON WIRELESS 63.33VERIZON WIRELESS 64.28
VERIZON WIRELESS 265.14VERIZON WIRELESS 36.77
COVENANT INSURANCE GROUP,INC. 4,500.00DAVID SCHLAGER 198.10
DELBERT DANIELS 109.25DELL MARKETING, L.P. 108.52
DON'S IGA 489.28DORIS ANN READY 168.02
D.R.A. SERVICES LLC 5,073.68DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES, INC. 388.18
THERMOPOLIS-HOT SPRINGS EDC 62,710.00ECONO SIGNS LLC 106.22
ELLEN M. GALYAN 156.50FLEETWOOD FINANCIAL CORP. 3,692.68
SHELL FLEET PLUS PROCESSING CENTER 58.79PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 34,375.12
FOOD SERVICES OF AMERICA 2,010.67


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FRANDSON SAFETY INC. 10.00FRED HANSON CONSTRUCTION, INC. 2,870.00
FREMONT MOTOR COMPANY 22,312.00GALLES FILTER SERVICE, INC. 52.40
GANNETT PEAK SPORTS 1,522.74GLOBALSTAR USA 625.16
H & H DOCUMENT SOLUTIONS 95.00HOLIDAY INN CHEYENNE 205.23
HONNEN EQUIPMENT CO. 38.54HOT SPRINGS ARMORY REGIONAL 5,000.00
HOT SPRINGS COUNTY HEALTH INS ACCT 35,270.55HOT SPRINGS CO. SCHOOL DIST #1 3,154.03
INBERG-MILLER ENGINEERS 3,080.45INDEPENDENT RECORD 1,283.49
INDOFF INC. 199.80INTOXIMETERS 5,650.00
JACK'S TRUCK & EQUIPMENT 123.37JERRY D. WILLIAMS 217.55
JILL JACOBSON 1,325.00JOE E. GALLIGAN 207.96
JOYCE A. KELLEY 152.25JUDY M. CRAMER 163.80
JULIE MORTIMORE 205.06KAREN SLOCUM 363.49
KELLI L. DONAHOO 14.85KENT A. RICHINS 375.00
MARY KING 156.50HOLDING'S LITTLE AMERICA 337.00
LOUIS L. WALRATH 150.00MAARET MCCAULEY 72.60
MARY GORDON 322.70MARLENE T. CHRISTOFFERSON 8.50
MBA OF WYOMING 45,766.66MICHELLE M. BURNS 175.70
MEADOW GOLD DAIRY 192.58MEINECKE & SITZ, LLC 956.90
HOT SPRINGS COUNSELING SERV. 14,736.00HOT SPRINGS COUNSELING SERVICE 200.00
MESA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE 17.44MESSENGER & JUROVICH, P.C. 386.80
MICHAEL F. KELLEY 152.25MOORE MEDICAL, LLC 334.61
MOTOROLA 704.25MOUNTAIN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 11,760.63
NANCY R. MADRIGAL 156.50NAPA MOTOR SUPPLY,INC. 81.00
NATIONAL 4-H COUNCIL-SUPPLY SERVICE 61.00NEVE'S UNIFORMS, INC. 25.89
NIELSEN OIL CO., INC. 58.50NORTH PARK TRANSPORTATION CO. 109.53
O'REILLY AUTO PARTS 9.99THE OFFICE SHOP, INC 290.90
OWL CREEK ENGINEERING 4,571.25ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 2,956.74
PAMIDA 67.17PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 686.58
PETE'S PLUMBING & HEATING, INC. 703.00PLAN ONE/ARCHITECTS 2,296.69
PLAINSMAN PRINTING & SUPPLY 261.51POSTMASTER 1,091.80
QUARBERG APPRAISAL SERVICE 500.00QUARTERMASTER, INC. 149.98
QWEST 655.04REDMON LAW OFFICES 2,625.02
WYOMING DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 2.00GORRELL & HOPKINSON, P.C. 120.00
RIVERTON TIRE & OIL CO., INC. 4,205.82ROAD-RUNNER TWO, LLC 16.27
ROADBOND SERVICE COMPANY 1,500.00ROSEMARY P. (MELODY) JOYAL 156.50
ROSCOE STEEL & CULVERT CO. 1,049.75RT COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 2,093.22
SANDRA L BAKER 350.00J.A. SEXAUER INC. 478.91
SHELLEY DEROMEDI 6.24SHOSHONE OFFICE SUPPLY 737.41
HOT SPRINGS CO SENIOR CITIZENS INC 38,605.52THE STANDARD INS. CO. 1,293.84
THE STOREHOUSE 40.00SYBIL M. HANNAH 152.25
TEAM LABORATORY CHEMICAL CORP. 127.50TEEPEE POOLS 318.00
TERRY WILSON 220.00C.O.T. ENTERPRISE,INC. 451.04
THE SHOPPE 100.00TOWN OF THERMOPOLIS 2,375.01
TRI COUNTY TELEPHONE ASSOC,INC 333.65CHEYENNE REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER 80.00
GASES PLUS NORCO 35.36VERIZON WIRELESS 44.11
VICKLUND PHARMACY 670.05VICKLUND CAR CLINIC, INC. 64.44
VICKIE L. ROSS 156.50VISA - CARD ONE 38.60
VISA (CARD TWO) 212.00VISA - CARD FOUR 779.60
VISA (CARD FIVE) 158.90VISA - CARD NINE 973.90
VISA 357.23VISA 85.71
VISA 61.20WYOMING COUNTY ASSESSOR'S ASSOC. 220.00
WYOMING CO COMMISSIONERS ASSOC 4,945.00WCS TELECOM 338.79
WESTAR PRINTING, LLC 623.54WILLIAM F. GORDON 51.56
WILLIAM STRUEMKE 151.80EMPLOYMENT TAX DIVISION 1,687.61
WYOMING BEHAVIORAL INSTITUTE 2,740.00WYOMING COUNTY CLERK'S ASSOCIATION 100.00
WYOMING.COM 20.00WYOMING DIVISION OF 237.00
ORCHARD TRUST COMPANY 4,130.00WYOMING GAS 1,366.06
WYONET INC. 113.95WYO RETIREMENT SYSTEM 17,393.88
036-NCPERS GROUP LIFE INS. 304.00ZERO TO THREE 78.00
VIOLA N. RYAN 131.00NELLIE CORLEY 133.14
CAROL J. DOCKERY 182.13HOT SPRINGS VETERINARY CLINIC 135.00
HASCO INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY 420.88HITCHING POST INN 147.00
WASHAKIE COUNTY 1,399.50TEE'S PLUS 350.96
DOROTHY G. MILEK 156.50PETE'S PLUMBING & HEATING, INC. 1,195.50
TOMMERUP MACHINE SHOP 58.30SUNLIGHT SPORTS 550.71
ST.VINCENT HEALTHCARE 153.44WYOMING LECC 60.00
MPH INDUSTRIES INC 11,503.00PARKWAY PLAZA HOTEL 130.00
AFLAC 697.15AG COMMUNICATIONS & TECHNOLOGY 44.50
ALEXA HANSON 156.50AMELIA A. DEROMEDI 8.50
ANITA WEISBECK 405.73ATLAS OFFICE PRODUCTS, INC. 1,018.27
ATLANTIC TACTICAL 636.94BARNARD DUNKELBERG & COMPANY 64,171.91
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