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The Lovelll Chronicle, February 21, 2008, page 21 January 28, 2008 Thence west to the southwest corner of Section 6, T56N, R97W; BEFORE THE BOARDS OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Thence northerly along the boundary line between Big Horn and Park IN AND FOR counties, Wyoming, to the northwest corner of Section 19, T58N, BIG HORN AND PARK COUNTY, WYOMING R97W, the Point of Beginning. In the matter of the petition for the division ) The unincorporated land area in Park County sought by this Petition to Of Park County Fire Protection District No. 1, ) be detracted from Fire Protection District No. 1 is 20,994 +/- acres Located in Big Horn and Park counties, State of Wyoming ) and is described as follows: NOTICE OF HEARING Beginning at the northeast corner of Park County, Wyoming being the Pursuant to W.S. 35-9-213 (a), (b) and (c), please be advised that northeast corner of Section 24, T58N, R98W of the 6th PM; the Board of County Commissioners of Big Horn County, Wyoming, Thence west along the Wyoming-Montana boundary to the northwest has scheduled a hearing to determine whether the petitioners have corner of Section 22, T58N, R98W; met the statutory requirements to allow the Big Horn County Board of Thence south to the southwest corner of Section 34, T58N, R98W County Commissioners to grant a division of Park County Fire Protec- of the 6th PM; tion District No. 1. Thence west to the southwest corner of Section 31, T58N, R98W; Thence south along the range line to the southwest corner of Section Advertised: Lovell Chronicle (Big Horn County Official Newspaper) 18, T57N, R98W of the 6th PM; Powell Tribune Thence east along section lines to the intersection with the easterly boundary of the right-of-way of Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad Posted: Deaver, Frannie, Byron and Powell town offices and to the west corner of Tr. 1, Section 23, T57N, R98W; Deaver, Frannie, Byron and Powell's U.S. Postal Thence southerly to northwest lines of Tr. 3, Tr. 6, Tr. 7, Tr. 10 of Sec- Service Office tion 23, T57N, R98W; Thence to the northwest corner of Section 26 and northeast corner Date and Time of Hearing: March 5, 2008, 3:00 p.m. of Section 27, T57N, R98W; Thence southerly to west corner lines Tr. 1, Tr. 4, Tr. 5, Tr. 8 of Section Location of Hearing: Big Horn County Commissioners Meeting 27, T57N, R98W; Room Thence southerly to west corner lines of Tr. 3, Tr. 12, Tr. 13 to section Big Horn County Courthouse - 420 West C. line of Section 34, T57N, R98W; Street, Basin, Wyoming Thence east to the southeast corner of Section 36, T57N, R98W; Thence northerly along boundary line between Park and Big Horn coun- Legal Description: The unincorporated land area in Big Horn County ties, Wyoming to the northeast corner of Section 24, T58N, R98W, sought by this Petition to be detracted from Fire Protection District the point of beginning. No. 1 is 24,086 +/- acres and is described as follows: Beginning at the northwest corner of Big Horn County, Wyoming, being the northwest corner of Section 19, T58N, R97W of the 6th PM; Thence east along the Wyoming-Montana boundary to the northwest corner of Section 23, T58N, R97W; Thence south to the southwest corner of Section 35, T57N, R97W; Thence east to the northeast corner of Section 4, T56N, R97W; Thence south to the southeast corner of Lot 1, Section 4; Thence west to the southwest corner of said Lot 1, Section 4; Thence south to the southwest corner of the NEI/~SE1A of said Sec- tion 4; Thence east to the southeast corner of the NE1ASE1/~ of said Sec- tion 4; Thence south to the southeast corner of said Section 4; This written notice is required to be given within twenty (20) days from the receipt of the petition. The amended petition was presented to the county on January 23, 2008. After acquiring the information from both counties, a determination by the Big Horn County Land Planning Office was made of the number of acres that may potentially be detracted. It has also been determined by the Big Horn County Assessor and certified to the Big Horn County Clerk, that the potential petitions con- stitute fifty percent (50%) or more of the taxpayers within the proposed detracted area based upon the last completed assessment roll. Dori Noyes, county clerk, is hereby notifying all the landowners in both counties of the upcoming hearing. Publish: February 7, 14 & 21, 2008 PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that on the 15 day lowing applicants filed an application for a clerk of Big Hoirn County: of February, 2008, the fol- license, in the office of the RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSES * Hyattville Caf6- Hyattville Wagon Wheel- East of Shell Deer Haven-East of Ten Sleep Paint Rock Inn- Hyattville . The Lake Lodge- East of Ten Sleep Oasis Bar- Northwest of Lovell The Hideout at Flitner Ranch- East of Shell LIMITED (CLUB) LIQUOR LICENSES Midway Golf Club- North of Basin COUNTY RETAIL MALT BEVERAGE PERMIT T & B Villa- Shell 01d Shell Lodge- Shell Dirty Annie's Country Store- East of Shell Snowshoe Lodge- South East of Shell Wyoming High Country- Forest Service Road # 19, Lovell RESTAURANT LIQUOR LICENSE Ranger Creek Guest Ranch- 3261 Paintrock Road, Shell and protests, if ;any there be, against the issuance (transfer or renewal) of the license vNill be heard at the hour of 10:00 A.M. on the 18th day of March 2008, in the board of county commissioners chambers, Basin, Wyoming. Publiish: February 21, 28, March 6 & 13, 2008 PUBLIC NOTICE We, Ryan and ,Amber Felkins, have filed an application for simple subdivision with Big Horn County. The proposal is subdividing two (2) lot(s) approxim~ately .59 acres and .23 acres out of .82 acres. The proposal is Ioca~ted in Lot -79 T56N R96W 6th P.M. Any concerns with the simple sub(divided lot(s) must be submitted in writing to the Big Horn County Planner, P.O. Box 29, Basin, WY 82410 prior to the meet- ing. If you have any questions, please contact the County Planner at 307-568-2424 Publish: February 21 & 28, 2008 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL OF LIQUOR LICENSE Notice is hereby given that on the 21st day of January, 2008, Marie McCollam and Cameron LaFountain, d/b/a Byron Bar, LLC filed an application for renewal of a liquor license in the Office of the Clerk of the Town of Byron for the following described place: a 10' x 31' room front portion of a frame and block building located at 130 East Main, situated in the N 1/~ of East 80' Lot 2; Block 17, Town of Byron, Wyoming. Protests, if any there may be, against the issuance of the liquor license, will be heard at 6:00 p.m. on March 11, 2008 during the regular Town Council Meeting in Byron Town Hall. Cynde M. La Counte Town Clerk Town of Byron Publish: February 7, 14, 21 & 28, 2008 I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Take notice that William and Sandra Stapp will make application for a tax deed with respect to the following property in Big Horn County, Wyoming within the period of time prescribed by Wyoming Statute on the following property: Lot 3, Block 5, Original Town of Byron, Wyoming The above property was taxed in the name of: Lois Lindsay Anderson, Estate and was sold for 2004 taxes on September 9, 2005 to William and Sandra Stapp. Certificate of Purchase number 16477 and 16478 was issued in the name of William and Sandra Stapp. The time for redemption will expire on March 10, 2007. Publish: February 14, 21 & 28, 2008 NOTICE OF' PROJECT CLOSEOUT AND FINAL CLAIMS All creditors and other interested parties take notice that the Town of Lovell is in tlhe process of closing out and accepting final claims related to the North Lovell Infrastructure Project in accordance with the project plans and specifications. The project included construction of water and sanitary sewer mains and services; concrete curb and gutter, sidewalk and valley gutters; and street reconstruction for the North Area of the Town of Lovell. At this time, the, Town of Lovell is requesting all property owners, inter- ested parties, materials suppliers, contractors, subcontractors, and affected parties submit to the Town'of Lovell any and all claims that may be due as a result of construction of the North Area Infrastructure Project. The To~vn of Lovell will accept claims until 5:00 p.m. MST on Wednesday, Aprril 2, 2008. Any claim submitted after that time shall be forever barred. Pu~blish: February 21, 28 & March 6, 2008 LOVELL TOWN COUNCIL MINUTES chures to promote the Mustang Center and the Lovell area. They will be distributed at state rest areas and sent out with Chamber of Com- MINUTES OF THE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING HELD FEBRUARY merce requests to promote the area. Scott AIIred made a motion to 12, 2008 AT 7:00 P.M. AT LOVELL TOWN HALL. appropriate $654.00 from area promotion for the mustang brochures. Second by Jodi Lindsay. All in favor. Motion passed. Present: Mayor Bruce Morrison, Council Members: Brian Dickson, Scott AIIred, Bruce Wolsey, Jodi Lindsay. Others present: Administrator Resolution 2008-2 authorizing submission of a Fish Wyoming Grant Bart Grant, Deputy Clerk Valerie Beal, Assistant Treasurer Ed AIIred, Application for the purpose of funding in phases the development of Frank Page-HKM Engineer, Jeff FulIer-HKM Engineer, Kevin Schilthuis, the old intake ponds into a fishing pond and recreational area was Dr. Joe Baumstarck, Katrina Baumstarck, John Nickle-Pryor Mountain read in full by Administrator Grant. Brian Dickson made a motion to Mustangs, David Peck-Lovell Chronicle. adopt Resolution 2008-2. Second by Bruce Wolsey. All in favor. Mo- tion passed. With a quorum present, Mayor Morrison called the meeting to order and led in the Pledge of Allegiance. Brian Dickson made a motion to approve the minutes of the Regular Meeting held January 8, 2008. Second by Jodi Lindsay. All in favor. Motion passed. Jodi Lindsay made a motion to approve the minutes of the Executive Session held January 8, 2008. Second by Scott AIIred. All in favor. Motion passed. Mayor Morrison read a proclamation designating Katrina Denae Baumstarck as a Youth Ambassador for Town of Lovell to the Country of Jordan. Miss Baumstarck desires to participate in a meeting with GENERAL INFORMATION: Her Royal Highness Queen Rania of Jordan to share the values of Bills were presented for payment. our community, pay the bills as presented. Second tion passed. OLD BUSINESS: Frank Page-HKM Engineer reported meeting with Legal Counsel regard- ing necessary documents needed for closing out the North Water & Sewer Project. Documents are being finalized and will be presented back to the Attorney for review. Easement paperwork is being final- ized for the Southeast Project. A letter has been received from Rural Development stating plans and specifications for the Southeast area appear to meet requirements and are approved. The project can now be advertised for bid as long as specified conditions are met. Bruce Wolsey made a motion to authorize the mayor to go to bid on the South- east Project contingent upon receiving the temporary easements and review and approval from Attorney Kitchen. Second by Brian Dickson. All in favor. Motion passed. The funding source for the storage platform for the town shop was discussed. Funds were determined to be used from special projects. Jodi Lindsay made a motion to accept a bid from Walker Brothers Con- struction to build a storage platform in the town shoP for $4309.00. Second by Bruce Wolsey. All in favor. Motion passed. Mayor Morrison read a statement addressing prior sewer problems and the liability of government entities. He explained the "Wyoming Governmental Claims Act" as provided by W.S. 1-39-105 through 1-39- 112 and the claims procedure that must be followed for filing claims through Local Government Liability Pool (LGLP) if individuals feel they have a valid claim. The Town Council and the Town's emPloyees are bound by this process adopted by the Wyoming legislature and the process set forth in Wyoming Statutes. Kevin Schilthuis presented a proposal to build a duplex on one of the lots at the Clay Housing Subdivision as a need in the community for transitional housing. He proposed having the Town pay for the construction and then sell or rent the premises. These would provide needed rentals as transitional housing for new residents moving into Town. He approximated costs of $85.00 per sq. foot with home sizes around 1200 sq ft. Councilman AIIred requested Administrator Grant check with the attorney regarding any legal issues a project like this may present for the Town or suggested perhaps it may be something Lovell Inc. would be interested in for economic development. NEW BUSINESS: Mayor Morrison reported on attending a meeting with representatives of the Wyoming Game & Fish Department regarding establishing a fishing pond at the location of the intake and ponds by the river. They have grants available in the amount of $20,000 with a 50/50 match for development of fisheries. The Game & Fish Department also pro- posed establishing a boat ramp to the river at the same location for launching small craft for river floating. Discussion was held regarding phases in the project, work necessary for creating a single pond and possibly depositing dirt on adjacent land as part of a grant match. Resolution 2008-3 authorizing submission of a Safe Routes to School Grant Application for the purpose of funding in phases the develop- ment of safe routes to school for the elementary and middle school children and promote better health through riding bikes and walking to and from school was read in full by Administrator Grant. Scott AIIred made a motion to adopt Resolution 2008-3. Second by Jodi Lindsay. Discussion: Public meetings are being held to gather input to develop pick up and drop off areas and looking into the best routes for students to get to school. All in favor. Motion passed. Bruce Wolsey made a motion to by Brian Dickson. All in favor. Mo- A&H CONSULTING INC 300.00 AFLAC WORLDWIDE HEADQUARTERS 367.90 ALSCO 168.33 B & G LUMBER 34.56 BANK OF LOVELL 14,885.78 BARGREEN ELLINGSON 51.00 BEAL, DAN 100.00 BEAL, VALERIE 226.14 BIG HORN CO-OP 69.96 BIG HORN COUNTY SOLID WASTE 7,234.20 BIG HORN COUNTY TITLE COMPANY 100.00 BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD 18,376.96 BUYER'S GUIDE, THE 140.00 C'MON INN CASPER . 399.95 CASELLE INC 1,189.00 CK HARDWARE 257.01 CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT 228.34 COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES INC 3,294.50 COPENHAVER KATH KITCHEN 2,319.00 COWLEY LUMBER CO 70.35 CSI FORENSIC SUPPLY 212.01 DANIEL ELECTRICAL SERVICES 175.78 DEQ/WATER QUALITY DIVISION 100.00 DICKSON, BRIAN 430.30 DIVISION OF VICTIM SERVICES 40.00 DNA AUTO PARTS INC 220.26 FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT #1 1,911.33 FIRST NATIONAL BANK & TRUST 2,750.05 FRED PRYOR SEMINARS 297.00 GRANT, MICHAEL 70.00 HERREN, KEESHA 187.50 HKM ENGINEERING INC 47,380.15 INTER-MOUNTAIN LABS INC 570.00 INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF 115.00 JOLLEY, JASON 1,532.50 K-B COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS 58.00 KEELE SANITATION 1,383.60 LINDSAY, CHAD 50.00 LINDSAY, JODI 209.15 LOVELL AREA CHAMBER/COMMERCE 3,000.00 LOVELL CHRONICLE 1,625.00 LOVELL LIBRARY 150.00 LOVELL RECREATION DISTRICT 638.63 LOVELL VETERINARY SERVICE 163.00 LOVELL WYOMING STAKE 125.00 MAYES FABRICS 7.50 MINCHOW'S FOOD COURT 131.64 MONTANA DAKOTA UTILITIES 1,500.98 MUSTANG DAYS COMMI'I-rEE 2,000.00 NICKLE, JOHN ]]. 500.00 NORTHWEST AI~ALYTICAL 69.00 NORTHWEST PIIPE FITTINGS INC 69.63 NORTHWEST RtURAL WATER DISTRICT 70.95 OFFICE SHOP 467.97 ORCHARD TRU.(ST CO 985.00 PABEN, CHARLENE 41.42 PARK COUNTY ILANDFILLS 283.20 PESl LLC 522.00 POSTMASTER 360.71 POWELL OFFICE SUPPLY 69.93 PUBLIC SAFETY( WAREHOUSE 244.95 RED APPLE SUIPERMARKET 130.49 RIVERSOUND 13,956.61 ROCKY MOUNTAIN INFO NETWORK 100.00 ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 4,721.13 SAVAGE, ROBYIN 675.00 SHOSHONE MUNICIPAL PIPELINE 21,735.33 TCT WEST INC 1,069.28 TORCZON, JERIRI B 140.00 TOWN OF LOVELL 92.30 ULTRAMAX 858.00 VALLEY MOTOR SUPPLY CO 550.94 VICTORY LANES/HOT STUFF PIZZA 30.60 VISA 610.19 WALKER, LEWIS B 62.05 WATERWORKS INDUSTRIES 3,578.87 WRIGHT EXPRESS 2,944.30 WYO ASSN MUNICIPAL C & T 115.00 WYO ASSN OF IMUNIClPALITIES 465.00 WYO DEPARTMIENT OF EMPLOYMENT 2,484.54 WYO DEPT OF ~RANSPORTATION 71.72 WYO MEDICAL CENTER 94.00 WYOMING NCP~ERS LIFE INSURANCE 48.00 WYO RETIREMENT SYSTEM 7,801.01 WYO WORKER'S COMPENSATION 2,664.26 LORAN, DIXIE 200.00 WELCH, LUKE 126.00 MIDDLETON, S;UGAR 45.00 ALLRED, RAND~Y 150.00 WORKMAN, AA,RON & STACY 150.00 HECKER, TY 32.30 STEINKE, VAN IK 100.00 MIKEWORTH, t~ELLY 70.66 Total Paid: 194,221.44 Councilman Diickson reported he will be attending a Big Horn Basin Transportation Board meeting on Wednesday to listen to a proposal by a new company on bus transportation for our area. Mayor Morrisom reported attending a meeting with the mayors of the Towns of Byror7 and Cowley to discuss a walking path to connect the three communiities. They met with County Grant Writer Linda Harp and Engineer Willie Bridges. It was determined there are approximately twelve miles o~f bike/walking path needed. They will be scheduling a meeting with tlhe County Commissioners about sponsoring a planning grant since the path would be located in the county. The towns would then pay for thee necessary matching funds. Special/Work Meeting was scheduled for February 25, 2008 at 7:00. Brian Dickson made a motion at 8:45 p.m. to recess regular meet- ing and recon~vene in Executive Session pursuant to W.S. 16- 405 (a)(iii) pending litigation to which the Town may be a party and W.S. 16- 405 (a)(v/ii) considering the purchase of real estate. Second by Bruce Wolsey. All in favor. Motion passed. Regular meetiing was reconvened at 10:10 p.m. With no action be- ing taken, Jodii Lindsay made a motion to adjourn. Second by Brian Dickson. All im favor. Motion passed. MAYES, ISAAC 122.93 MAYES, NElL 1,141.72 MCARTHUR, STEVE 4,437.63 MILLER'S FABRICATION 10.10 John Nickle requested $654.00 funding assistance for printing bro- MINCHOW'S SERVICE LLC 2,104.36 Publish: February 21, 2008 APPROVED: Mayor R. Bruce Morrison A]-I-EST: Depuity Clerk Valerie Beal