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MINUTES OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING
September 1, 2009


- STATE OF WYOMING ) OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF
  ) COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
COUNTY OF HOT SPRINGS ) THERMOPOLIS WYOMING
  ; September 1, 2009
The Hot Springs County Board of Commissioners met in regular session on Tuesday, September 1, 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 County Clerk Hans Odde and Administrative Assistant to the Commissioners Penny Herdt. Chairman 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: Mary Gordon      1. b. Emergency Preparedness – Smallpox Planning
                Other Business    12. Search & Rescue/AEOC Project – Change Order #3
                                          13. Fairgrounds Beef Barn Renovation – DDR #1
Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Approve Minutes
Frank T. Manning made a motion to approve the minutes of August 4 and 18, 2009 as presented. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Approve Bills
The following bills were submitted for approval: (see attached) Payroll for August, 2009 – $160,768.95
Smallpox Emergency Preparedness Plan
Public Health Response Coordinator Mary Gordon appeared before the Commissioners to discuss the Smallpox Emergency Preparedness plan she is currently preparing for Hot Springs County. If an outbreak of smallpox were to occur, there are three levels of quarantine facilities required – Type C, Type X, and Type R. Ms. Gordon explained that Type R facilities would be used to quarantine people who had been exposed to the virus, but were not yet obviously ill. For local people, this could be their home, but out of area visitors would require a separate facility, such as a local hotel. There is a requirement in the plan for a Memorandum of Understanding spelling out who would be responsible for the costs incurred when placing someone in a Type R facility. State statues require the County to be responsible for those costs. Ms. Gordon asked the Commissioners for guidance in establishing Type R facilities and determining who should draft the MOU between the County and the Type R Facility. The Commissioners asked Ms. Gordon to work with the County Attorney to draft the MOU, and contact all possible sites in the county regarding their willingness to serve as a Type R quarantine facility.
Emergency Management Monthly Report
Emergency Management Coordinator Bill Gordon presented a draft copy of the Mutual Aid Agreement between Hot Springs, Park, Bighorn, Washakie and Fremont counties for the Commissioners’ review. County Attorney Jerry Williams has reviewed and approved the agreement. The other counties are in the process of approving and signing the agreement, and Mr. Gordon anticipates having the completed agreement available for the Commissioners’ signature at the first meeting in October. Coordinator Gordon reported that he has confirmed that upgraded surge protection will have to be installed on the main service line coming into the Joint Law Enforcement Center to bring the

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County into compliance with current R-56 National Surge Protection Standards for communications equipment before the WyoLINK equipment can be installed. Two antennas on the building roof will be replaced under the WyoLINK upgrade program. These will be paid for out of WyoLINK funds. Coordinator Gordon asked about the status of plans for the new Search & Rescue/Alternate Emergency Operations Center. The Commissioners reviewed electrical and data/phone line plans for the new building with Mr. Gordon.
Constitution Week Proclamation
Ruth Clare Johnson, Chairman of the DAR Constitution Week Committee and DAR Washakie Chapter Regent Marilyn Strausborger appeared to request the Commissioners to sign a proclamation recognizing September 17-23, 2009 as National Constitution Week. September 17, 2009, is the 222nd anniversary of the execution of our nation’s Constitution. Chairman Basse read the proclamation into the record as follows:
CONSTITUTION WEEK PROCLAMATION
WHEREAS, Our Founding Fathers, in order to secure the blessings of liberty for themselves and their posterity, did ordain and establish a constitution for the United States of America; and
WHEREAS, The two hundred twenty second anniversary of the Signing of the Constitution provides an historic opportunity for all Americans to remember the achievements of the Framers of the Constitution and the rights, privileges, and responsibilities they afforded us in this unique document; and
WHEREAS, Public Law 915 guarantees the issuing of a proclamation each year by the President of the United States of America designating September 17 through 23 as Constitution Week
THEREFORE, I, Brad Basse, by virtue of the authority vested in me as Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners of Hot Springs County, State of Wyoming, do hereby proclaim the week of September 17 through 23 as
CONSTITUTION WEEK
In the County of Hot Springs, State of Wyoming, and urge all citizens to reflect during the week on the many benefits of our Federal Constitution and the privileges and responsibilities of American Citizenship.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Seal of the Board of County Commissioners of Hot Springs County to be affixed at Thermopolis, Hot Springs County st this 1 day of September in the year of our Lord two thousand and nine. Attest: Hans Odde, County Clerk                                           Brad W. Basse, Chairman
John P. Lumley moved to sign the proclamation declaring September 17-23, 2009 National Constitution Week in Hot Springs County. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried. Commissioner Manning thanked Mrs. Johnson for her efforts at keeping the Commission current on these types of events. Mrs. Johnson added that all residents of Hot Springs County should consider being part of the national celebration of Constitution Week by ringing bells at 2:00 p.m. on September 17th in commemoration of the signing of the Constitution on that day. In response to a question from the Independent Record reporter, Mrs. Johnson indicated that the Ferry Crossing recognition plaque has been submitted to the National headquarters of the DAR organization for approval, with placement of the plaque and dedication expected to take place sometime next spring.
Maintenance Monthly Report
Maintenance Supervisor Chuck Carver reported that comparison of monthly bills shows a good amount of energy savings as a result of various energy conservation projects completed recently in county buildings. He is continuing to investigate grants and incentives through various sources to fund more of these projects. Mr. Carver is planning a salvage sale for old,

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obsolete county equipment to be held in the old Search & Rescue building sometime around the end of October. The heat pump unit has been replaced in the Assessor’s office and is working well.
Road & Bridge Monthly Report
Road & Bridge representative Ray Shaffer reported that work is progressing on Kirby Creek Road. Road & Bridge is currently negotiating with McGarvin-Moberly to haul base material for the road from Lysite, as the county is low on base material at the moment. The summer Cold Mix project is nearly finished. Mr. Shaffer indicated that he and Supervisor Jim Skelton have concluded paving portions of Sable Run and Coyote Run would create more maintenance problems than it would solve, so those roads will not be paved this year. Fall road work has begun. The ditch sterilization program started this summer was not begun quite early enough, so will be started earlier next year in an attempt to cut the gravel loss caused by the weeds. Work will begin on Grass Creek Road to replace pipes and cattle guards on part of the road. More work will be done to improve the blind curve on East River Road this fall. Mr. Shaffer reported that Road & Bridge is borrowing ten traffic counters from the University of Wyoming to build a usage database on the county roads to aid in obtaining state and national funding for road improvement projects. The State has ordered fire numbers to be moved back off the state highways to the right-of-way fences, so that project will commence shortly.
Youth Alternatives Monthly Report
Youth Alternatives Director Bob Wyss reported that the County is in compliance with the State’s new rules regarding juvenile detention. He spoke with the Volunteers of America grant representative Tuesday morning regarding extension of the grant deadline from September 30 to December 31, 2009, and the VOA representative indicated everything was in order there. Director Wyss indicated that his program participants continue to do an excellent job with their community service requirements and are meeting the other program requirements adequately, as well. A deferral program for first-time participants is being used which provides an excellent “second-chance” opportunity for youthful offenders according to Director Wyss.
County Planner Monthly Report
County Planner Lee Campbell reviewed the topics he would like to discuss with Karla Bird of the BLM at the work session to be held on Thursday, September 3. Planner Campbell was especially concerned about the importance of Commissioner Consistency Reviews before, during and after the BLM’s Bighorn Basin Resource Management Plan Revision process. Dee Hillberry joined Planner Campbell to discuss the current status of the BLM’s management of the islands located in the Bighorn River Meander Channel in Hot Springs County. Correspondence from the BLM indicates that management will continue as it has for the last 20 years, but the Commissioners indicated that this is an item they plan to discuss with Ms. Bird on September 3rd.
Public Hearing – Liquor License Renewal – Flying Dutchman
Chairman Basse declared the public hearing on the liquor license renewal application for the Flying Dutchman open at 11:26 a.m. Clerk Odde reported that all taxes and reporting is current for the Flying Dutchman. There has been minimal interaction with law enforcement by the establishment. After three calls for public comment, and hearing nothing further, Chairman Basse closed the public hearing at 11:29 a.m. Frank T. Manning moved to approve the renewal application for a liquor license for the Flying Dutchman from Violet VanBuskirk. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Public Hearing – Liquor License Transfer/Renewal – Red Cliffs Steak & Seafood

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Chairman Basse declared the public hearing on the liquor license transfer/renewal from Red Cliffs Steak & Seafood to the Legion Town & Country Club, Inc. open at 11:30 a.m. Clerk Odde reviewed the events leading up to the request for transfer of the liquor license from Jeannie Waltz, dba Red Cliffs Steak & Seafood, to The Legion Town & Country Club. All the necessary paperwork has been completed and approval has been received from the State Liquor Division for the transfer. This application also renews the liquor license effective October 7, 2009 in the name of the Legion Town and Country Club. Addendums to the lease have been put in place to allow Red Cliffs to continue to serve alcohol under the transferred license until their restaurant lease expires on December 31, 2009. After three calls for public comment, and hearing nothing further, Chairman Basse closed the public hearing at 11:39 a.m. John P. Lumley moved to approve the transfer/renewal of the liquor license from Jeannie Waltz, dba Red Cliffs Steak & Seafood to the Legion Town & Country Club, Inc. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Public Hearing – Lucerne Water & Sewer District Enlargement
Chairman Basse declared the public hearing regarding the Petition for Enlargement of the Lucerne Water & Sewer District to include lands owned by James and Cindy Collins open at 11:47 a.m. Attorney Louis Walrath reported that the Lucerne Water & Sewer District had approved the Order to Include Property within the District for the Collins’ property on July 14, 2009. After three calls for public comment, and hearing nothing further, Chairman Basse closed the public hearing at 11:53 a.m. John P. Lumley moved to approve the Order Including Real Property within the Boundaries of the Lucerne Water & Sewer District pertaining to lands owned by James and Cindy Collins. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Consider Public Health Annual Maternal & Family Health Contract
Clerk Odde presented the annual Maternal & Family Health Contract for the Commissioners’ signature. County Attorney Jerry Williams has reviewed and approved the contract. John P. Lumley moved to sign the contract between the Wyoming Department of Health, Community & Public Health Division, Maternal & Family Health Section and Hot Springs County Public Health for the period October 1, 2009 through September 30, 2010, in the amount of $27,363.00. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Consider Public Health Emergency Preparedness Contract
Clerk Odde presented the 2009-2010 Public Health Emergency Preparedness Contract for the Commissioners’ signature. County Attorney Jerry Williams has reviewed and approved the contract. This contract provides funding for Mary Gordon in her role as the County’s Pandemic Outbreak Coordinator. Frank T. Manning moved to sign the 2009-2010 Public Health Emergency Preparedness Contract providing Public Health Emergency Preparedness Funding in the amount of $47,259.00. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Other Business:
Library Board Member Resignation – Clerk Odde presented a letter of resignation from Library Board member Wade Redmon. Mr. Redmon has moved to Casper, so can no longer participate on the Library Board. Frank T. Manning moved to accept Mr. Redmon’s resignation and authorize Clerk Odde to begin advertising for a replacement board member. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried. A letter will be sent to Mr. Redmon, thanking him for his service
School Resource Officer (SRO) & Equipment – Sheriff Lou Falgoust appeared before the Commissioners to discuss the equipment needs for the new School Resource Officer. The school had anticipated providing a vehicle for the SRO during the school year, but it now appears that they will be unable to do that. Superintendent Kobza is investigating the possibility

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of helping to fund the vehicle in some way, but there is no firm commitment from the school district at this time in that regard. Sheriff Falgoust indicated that he is pursuing several different avenues in an attempt to come up with a vehicle for the SRO. Interviews to fill the SRO position are being held this week, and Sheriff Falgoust hopes to have the new officer on board by the end of the month. The Commissioners asked Sheriff Falgoust to return at their September 15th meeting with Superintendent Kobza and Business Manager Pearce to discuss possible funding assistance with the vehicle.
Road & Bridge Shop Addition Change Order #1 – Chairman Basse explained that, per the State Fire Marshal’s review of the plans, four windows must be added to the shop addition. John P. Lumley moved to approve Change Order #1 for the Road & Bridge Shop Addition in the amount of $2,070.00. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Discussion: There will probably be a need to move funds around within the grant process to cover this additional cost. Motion carried.
Search & Rescue/AEOC Building Change Orders #2 & #3 – Clerk Odde presented Change Orders #2 & 3 for the Commissioners’ consideration. Change order #2 involves changing the exterior wainscot material from brick to stone at an additional cost of $3,720.00. After discussion, Frank T. Manning moved to disapprove Search & Rescue/AEOC Building Change Order #2. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried. Chairman Basse reviewed Change Order #3. Per the Fire Marshal’s review, a 2-hour firewall is required between the shop and office areas. John P. Lumley moved to approve Change Order #3 in the amount of $10,680.00. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Rec Center Planning Grant – DDR #5 – Clerk Odde presented Draw Dow Request #5 for the Rec Center Planning Grant in the amount of $5,723.00. John P. Lumley moved to approve Recreation Center Planning Grant Draw Down Request #5 in the amount of $5,723.00. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried.
County-wide Landfill Agreement – Clerk Odde presented the County-wide Landfill Agreement for the Commissioners’ signature. Clerk Odde discussed some accounting changes within the Landfill Agreement that would allow funds received to be spent on things in addition to equipment, such as planning, lining the landfill cells if necessary, etc. There is no increase in the County’s contribution percentage to the operation of the landfill, just a change in the types of purchases that can be made from the contribution account. Frank T. Manning moved to approve the County-wide Landfill Agreement between Thermopolis, East Thermopolis, Kirby and Hot Springs County, with a County contribution amount for FY2009-2010 of $78,410.00. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Courthouse Communications Project – Clerk Odde reported that he had requested quotes on the new VOIP system from Qwest Communications and RT Communications, but has not received confirmation that the proposals are still up-to-date and valid. This item was tabled until the next meeting in September.
Request for Proposals for Government Annex Furniture – Clerk Odde discussed different ways of acquiring furniture for the Government Annex building. The Commissioners directed Mr. Odde to work with Dan Odasz of Plan 1 Architects to develop a furniture plan for the new building. Public Health Nurse Bree Gerber will be contacted for a list of her anticipated needs, and asked to contact the State regarding possible purchase discounts.
Road & Bridge Shop Addition Draw Down Request #2 – Clerk Odde presented Draw Down Request #2 for the Road & Bridge Shop Addition in the amount of $2,271.00. John P. Lumley moved to approve Road & Bridge Shop Addition SLIB Draw Down Request #2 in the amount of $2,271.00. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Chairman Basse recused himself from discussion and voting due to his status as a sub-contractor on the project. Motion carried.
Search & Rescue/AEOC Project Draw Down Request #2 – Clerk Odde presented Draw Down Request #2 for the Search & Rescue/AEOC Building project in the amount of $5,330.14 for the Commissioners’ approval. Frank T. Manning moved to approve SLIB Grant Draw Down

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Request #2 for the Search & Rescue/AEOC Building project in the amount of $5,330.14. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Chairman Basse recused himself from discussion and voting due to his status as a sub-contractor on the project. Motion carried.
Public Health/Government Annex Project Draw Down Request #12 – Clerk Odde presented Public Health/Gov’t Annex Project Draw Down Request #12 in the amount of $106,693.99. Clerk Odde noted that this Draw Down Request includes a retainage fee of $13,529.00, which will be deposited into a separate account through the end of the project, and will be returned to the contractor upon successful completion of the project. John P. Lumley moved to approve Public Health/Gov’t Annex Project SLIB Draw Down Request #12 in the amount of $106,693.99. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Chairman Basse recused himself from discussion and voting due to his status as subcontractor on the project. Motion carried.
Fairgrounds Beef Barn Renovation Draw Down Request #1 – Clerk Odde presented Draw Down Request #1 for the Fairgrounds Beef Barn Renovation in the amount of $11,550.00. Clerk Odde indicated that the project is complete and on budget. Frank T. Manning moved to approve Fairgrounds Beef Barn Renovation Project Draw Down Request #1 in the amount of $11,550.00. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried
Correspondence
Meeteetse Conservation District – WyoBen Environmental Assessment Comments
Hot Springs Conservation District - WyoBen Environmental Assessment Comments
Hospital Board Minutes
Airport Traffic Count – August, 2009
Koerwitz, Michel, Wright – Predator Control Board Fiscal Year-End Adjustment
Museum Board Minutes
Office of State Lands & Investments – Countywide Consensus List – Substitute Projects Approved/Denied
WYDOT – Lane 3 Project IRP Viewer’s Report – Vice-Chairman Lumley commended Commissioner Manning on his timely completion and submittal of the report. The other two viewers, Vic Strube and John Herrin were also thanked for their participation.
Executive Session: John P. Lumley made a motion to enter Executive Session for reasons of ongoing litigation at 2:30 p.m. Frank T. Manning seconded the motion. Motion carried. Frank T. Manning made a motion to leave Executive Session at 3:30 p.m. John P. Lumley seconded the motion. Motion carried. No action was taken during the Executive Session.
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

August, 2009 Bills
NORTHERN WYOMING DAILY NEWS 204.00WACO WY ASSOC OF CO OFFICERS 295.00
COLONIAL SUPPLEMENTAL INS. 284.70VERIZON WIRELESS 51.45
VERIZON WIRELESS 73.61VERIZON WIRELESS 63.02
VERIZON WIRELESS 266.03VERIZON WIRELESS 36.88
COMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAMS 25.00THERMOPOLIS HARDWARE 678.05
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COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES INC 86.47COPSHOES.COM 101.71
CINDY MAGELKY 27.00DAYLIGHT DONUTS 26.97
WORRALL & GREEAR, P.C. 149.28DEBRA DONAHUE 121.00
DENVER COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE 18.00DON'S IGA 117.84
D.R.A. SERVICES LLC 5,031.34DRIVE TRAIN INDUSTRIES, INC. 166.55
EXPRESS POLICE SUPPLY, INC 108.96FLEETWOOD FINANCIAL CORP. 3,692.68
SHELL FLEET PLUS PROCESSING CENTER 70.25PINNACLE BANK OF THERMOPOLIS 36,607.02
FOOD SERVICES OF AMERICA 2,815.16FRANDSON SAFETY INC. 3,142.50
FRED HANSON CONSTRUCTION, INC. 2,870.00GROATHOUSE CONSTRUCTION, INC. 118,071.36
GROATHOUSE CONSTRUCTION RETENTION 13,529.00HANS ODDE 78.10
BETH HELM 59.85HILTON GARDEN INN - LARAMIE 240.92
RAMADA PLAZA RIVERSIDE 786.06HOT SPRINGS COUNTY HEALTH INS ACCT 51,660.74
HOT SPRINGS CO RECREATION DIST 5,723.00HOT SPRINGS CO. SCHOOL DIST #1 11,520.75
INDEPENDENT RECORD 1,066.45INDOFF INC. 1,326.28
INTERSTATE ALL BATTERY 154.79JADECO, INC. 9,013.77
JERIMIE KRAUSHAAR 19.89JERRY D. WILLIAMS 12.48
JOHN LUMLEY 353.18KIRI HOGGART 181.16
LEE A. CAMPBELL 1,052.82LEGION TOWN & COUNTRY CLUB INC. 17,250.00
LINDA HARRIS 53.19LOUIS L. WALRATH 410.00
MAARET MCCAULEY 778.51MARY GORDON 346.91
MBA OF WYOMING 42,790.73MEADOW GOLD DAIRY 256.37
MEINECKE & SITZ, LLC 1,648.53HOT SPRINGS COUNSELING SERVICE 200.00
MESSENGER & JUROVICH, P.C. 206.50MOORE MEDICAL, LLC 102.90
NATRONA COUNTY ATTORNEY 226.25NORTH PARK TRANSPORTATION CO. 102.27
ONE STOP REPAIR & 295.64O'REILLY AUTO PARTS 14.97
THE OFFICE SHOP, INC 807.81OWL CREEK ENGINEERING 735.00
OWL CREEK GRAPHICS 111.96OWL LUMBER INC. 35.06
ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 3,889.17PAMIDA 209.09
PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 136.21PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 283.54
PERFORMANCE AUTO & GLASS 39.83PETE'S PLUMBING & HEATING, INC. 19.60
PLAN ONE/ARCHITECTS 5,553.70POSTMASTER 594.90
PYROTECHS, INC. 135.00QUARTERMASTER, INC. 43.98
QWEST 655.34RDJ SPECIALTIES, INC. 81.44
RECOVERY SYSTEMS 1.00GORRELL & HOPKINSON, P.C. 120.00
RIVERTON TIRE & OIL CO., INC. 566.90RT COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 2,379.23
SANOFI PASTEUR, INC. 517.58SCHABEN 172.45
SCOTT MILLER CONSTRUCTION 15,400.00J.A. SEXAUER INC. 737.92
SHARON SKIVER 466.66SHOSHONE OFFICE SUPPLY 68.71
SNOWCREST CHEMICALS 621.60STATE FARM INSURANCE 50.00
THE STANDARD INS. CO. 1,338.51STEHLIN CONTRACTING 375.00
STATE OF WYOMINGGURDIAN AD LITEM 1,603.60THE STOREHOUSE 40.00
SUSAN SNOOKS 212.04T&JPROPANE 67.42
TEEPEE POOLS 375.00C.O.T. ENTERPRISE,INC. 9.00
THERON F. COX 75.00TITAN MACHINERY 1,693.00
TOWN OF THERMOPOLIS 1,039.72TRAVELING COMPUTERS, INC. 6,053.99
TRI-STATE BINDERS 5,190.00TRI COUNTY TELEPHONE ASSOC,INC 333.65
VERIZON WIRELESS 44.30VICKLUND PHARMACY 566.93
VISA - CARD ONE 827.57VISA - CARD FOUR 368.19
WARD S. ROSS 75.00WCS TELECOM 327.88
WEST PAYMENT CENTER 75.00WILLIAM F. GORDON 62.76
WILLIAM KURTIS STRUEMKE 36.30WORLDWIDE ASSET PURCHASING 47.04
EMPLOYMENT TAX DIVISION 2,314.60WYOMING BEHAVIORAL INSTITUTE 4,110.00
WYOMING.COM 20.00WYOMING DIVISION OF 173.00
ORCHARD TRUST COMPANY 5,830.00WYOMING GAS 330.65
WYONET INC. 113.95WYO RETIREMENT SYSTEM 18,045.73
036-NCPERS GROUP LIFE INS. 288.00WY-TEST 106.50
WYOMING DIVISION OF VICTIM SERVICES 153.00HOT SPRINGS VETERINARY CLINIC 189.00
HOT SPRINGS COUNTY WEED & PEST 4,476.99RANEE L. GONSALEZ 13.75
RAMS HEAD FINANCIAL SERVICES 50.00TEE'S PLUS 331.55
WYOMING LIVESTOCK ROUNDUP 50.00COWBOY TIMBER 9,360.00
AFLAC 640.05STATE OF WYOMING - A&I 75.22
ALLAN P. BRAATEN 100.00ANITA WEISBECK 57.20
ATLAS OFFICE PRODUCTS, INC. 39.08BARTON STAM 409.80
BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 550.56BIG HORN WATER 88.50
BIG HORN ENERGY 1,126.50BLAIR'S SUPER MARKET 794.27
BROKERS NATIONAL LIFE 433.30BUSY BEE'S PRINTING 221.45
CALIFORNIA CONTRACTORS 99.80CHADWICK C. BALDES 41.59
CHS, INC. 16,192.50RED ROCK FAMILY PRACTICE 160.00
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