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18 I The Lovell Chronicle [ January 26, 2012 Lovmll Town Co.ncil minute5. Mar h 13. 2012 MINUTES OF THE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING HELD MARCH 13, 2012 AT 7:00 P.M. AT LOVELLTOWN HALL. Present: Mayor Bruce Morrison, Council Members: Brian Dick- son, Bruce Wolsey, Scott Allred and Kevin Jones. Others present: Attorney Sandra Kitchen, Clerk/Treasurer Valerie Beal, Ed Allred, Frank Page, Sue Taylor, Chris Weydeveld, David Peck. With a quorum present, Mayor Morrison called the meeting to order and led in the Pledge of Allegiance. Mayor Morrison made the appointments of Angie Spann, Lee- ann Savage and Tyler Ennis to the Tree Board through December 2014 and the appointment of Shane Pitt to the Planning and Zoning Commission through December 2014. Scott Allred made a motion to approve the Mayor's appointments. Second by Bruce Wolsey. All in favor. Motion passed. Brian Dickson made a motion to approve the minutes of the Reg- ular Meeting held February 14, 2012. Second by Scott Allred. All in favor. Motion passed. Bruce Wolsey made a motion to approve the minutes of the Special Meeting held February 27, 2012. Second by Brian Dickson. All in favor. Motion passed. Kevin Jones made a mo- tion to approve the minutes of the Work Meeting held February 27, 2012. Second by Bruce Wolsey. All in favor. Motion passed. Scott Allred made a motion to approve the minutes of the Executive Session held February 27, 2012. Second by Bruce Wolsey. All in favor. Mo- tion passed. Brian Dickson made a motion to approve the minutes of the Public Hearing/Special Meeting held March 1, 2012. Second by Scott Allred. All in favor. Motion passed. Bruce Wolsey made a mo- tion to approve the minutes of the Work Meeting held March 5, 2012. Second by Kevin Jones. All in favor. Motion passed. OLD BUSINESS: Frank Page - DOWL HKM Engineer reported plans to resume the South Water and Sewer Project the first week of April. Council- man Jones requested the contractor provide maintenance work on Ne- vada Avenue to improve it for area traffic. Mr. Page also reported on his plan to have an exhibit available at the upcoming public meeting to discuss possible options for the median strip and answer questions for the upcoming Main Street Water and Sewer project. The Public Meet- ing is scheduled for April 5, 2012 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. at the Lovell Community Center. Clerk/Treasurer Beal reported a Certification Statement is re- quired by State Loan and Investment Board (SLIB) in order to draw down payment requests from their Main Street Project- Design Grant #MRG-11279. Scott Allred made a motion to authorize the Mayor to sign the Certification Statement. Second by Bruce Wolsey. All in fa- vor. Motion passed. Sue Taylor reported the final retainage payment request for Pen- rose Construction for work done on the Lovell Business Incubator project had been submitted. The held retainage amount of 811,500 less the negotiated final payment of $8,100 leaves the balance of $3,400 for penalty of late completion of the project and to patch the trench left from the electrical installation in the parking lot. She is cur- renfly seeking proposals for concrete work along the east side of the building to protect the foundation from drainage water and parking lot crack sealing. She also reported she is seeking an estimate to repair damage to a concrete slab. Restitution has been awarded from two individuals in the amount of $250 each for the damage. Sue Taylor reported the next step in the Old Hospital demolition is to complete a hazardous materials inspection and abatement de- sign. She presented a professional services agreement between the Town of Lovell and Northern Industrial Hygiene, Inc. The first phase will be to finish the asbestos inspection and report for a cost of $2750 plus up to 45 estimated samples at $15.00 each for a total of $3425. The second phase will be the design phase for the removal of hazardous materials. Design cost will be based on the inspection and available after the inspection phase is completed. Bruce Wolsey made a motion to authorize the mayor to sign the professional services agreement between the Town and Northern Industrial Hygiene, Inc. Second by Brian Dickson. All in favor. Motion passed. NEW BUSINESS: Chris Weydeveld - Big Horn County Firewise coordinator gave a report on the firewise program plan based on the Healthy Forestry Restoration Act. He gave a presentation showing.thebenefiLof reduc- ing fuel loads, increasing the availability of fire response and improved health of the vegetation and trees. H.,discuss~l.~K ~ilable grant fund- ing to assist with the program. He commended the Town on cleaning up town property along the Globe Canal hill and the participation in letting the area residents know of the Firewise program. Mayor Morrison reported the Town has received the Open Burn- ing Setback Waiver from the Department of Environmental Quality for open burning from March 15, 2012 through June 16, 2012. The rules and notification stipulations for burning are the same as last year. Burning may be done east of Shoshone Avenue on even calendar days and west of Shoshone Avenue on odd calendar days. Clerk/Treasurer Beal reported the County would need a letter of request if the Town of Lovell would like to have them hold the upcom- ing election for us. They also requested a certified map of the Town and verification of the Mayor, Council and Town Clerk. Kevin Jones made a motion authorizing the Mayor to sign the letter of request for the County to hold the election for the Town. Second by Scott Allred. All in favor. Motion passed. Filing deadlines were discussed. Mayor Morrison explained that a proposed 6th cent sales tax would be a county wide tax to be used for specific capital projects. The specific use tax would go away once the project bond had been paid off. Each of the communities around the county is being asked to determine a town specific project they might need. Six of the nine Mayors within the county would have to be in favor of these projects. These various projects would then be combined into one specific use project that if approved by the County Commissioners would go on the ballot for a vote. A positive vote for the 6th cent sales tax would give the necessary funding to each community for their specific proj- ects and give them a funding source to pay them off within a deter- mined amount of time. Mayor Morrison suggested a project for con- sideration by the Town of Lovell is combining a facility to house both a Lovell-Kane Area Museum and the Pryor Mountain Mustang Center. He will be meeting with boards from both groups to see if there is interest in this as a potential project. Council suggested more infor- marion be provided to the public at the Town Open House meeting to be held April 5th at the Community Center. GENERAL INFORMATION: Bills were presented for payment. Bruce Wolsey made a motion to pay the bills. Second by Scott Alired. All in favor. Motion passed. AFLAC WORLDWIDE HEADQUARTERS .................................. 338.90 ALSCO ........................................................ , ...................................... 121.99 BANK OF LOVELL ..................................................................... 14,947.09 BIG HORN COUNTY SOLID WASTE ....................................... 8,331.20 BIG HORN COUNTY TITLE COMPANY .................................... 410.00 BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD ................ : ................................. 24,797.22 BONNER STINSON P.C ................................................................. 450.00 CITY SUPPLY ..................................................................................... 16.65 CK HARDWARE ................................................................................ 71.84 COPENHAVER KATH KITCHEN .............................................. 1,389.00 DAVILA, ROLANDO ....................................................................... 156.65 DELL MARKETING L.P. .............................................................. 1,908.76 DICKSON, BRIAN ........................................................................... 135.89 DIVISION OF VICTIM SERVICES .................................................. 50.00 DOWL HKM .................................................................................. 8,296.50 ENERGY LABORATORIES INC4 ...................................................... 0.00 FIRST BANK OF WYOMING ..................................................... 2,916.72 FRIENDS OF BIG HORN LAKE .......................................... . ...... 1,000.00 GALLS INC ....................................................................................... 753.77 GARY'S STAMPS & SIGNS .............................................................. 14.41 HERREN, KEESHA ........................................................................... 34.99 HOLIDAY INN ................................................................................... 77.00 HOLIDAY INN ................................................................................. 217.08 INK SPOT, THE ................................................................................. 57.03 INTER-MOUNTAIN LABS INC ..................................................... 489.00 JOLLEY, JASON ............................................................................... 810.00 KEELE SANITATION .................................................................. 1,690.20 KENCO SECURITY & TECHNOLOGY ........................................ 490.00 LOVELL- KANE AREA MUSEUM ............................................... 124.78 LOVELL AREA CHAMBER/COMMERCE .................................... 56.00 LOVELL BUILDING CENTER ....................................... , .............. 111.40 LOVELL CHRONICLE .................................................................... 361.95 LOVELL LIBRARY ............................. , ...................... . ..................... 150.00 MAIN STREET CAR WASH ............................................................. 60.00 MAYES FABRICS .............................................................................. 40.00 MAYES, NEIL ................................................................................... 259.66 MIDLAND IMPLEMENT CO. INC ................................................ 559.76 MILLER'S FABRICATION INC .................................................. 1,367.82 MINCHOW'S SERVICE LLC ...................................................... 2,196.90 MONTANA DAKOTA UTILITIES ................................................. 968.68 NORCO INC ....................................................................................... 38.19 NORTH BIG HORN HOSPITAL ........................................................ 5.00 NORTH BIG HORN SENIOR CENTER ......................................... 23.75 NORTHERN SAFETY CO INC .......... : ........................................... 234.61 .NORTHWEST RURAL WATERDISTRICT.:...::..:.......:...,....:...:..,..39.60 OFFICE SHOP ................................................................................. 909.10 ORCHARD TRUST CO ................................................................... 995.00 PENROSE CONSTRUCTION ..................................................... 8,100.00 POSTMASTER.,.,.,.,.,.i+.~,.,,...,.,,,...-.,.,~:.,.:..,~,,. ......... ..?.....:,:..~ ...... 270.52 POWELL OFFICE SUPPLY ............... ~.,..,...,.., ............ ~ .................... 37.65 RED APPLE SUPERMARKET ........... , .............................. ,..~,,, ...... 103.21 RESPOND FIRST AID SYSTEMS ................................................... 51.15 ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER .................................................... 4,908.82 SAVAGE, DOUGLAS ......................................................................... 53.70 SAVAGE, ROBYN ............................................................................. 675.00 SCHOOL DISTRICT #2 ....................................................................... 8.50 SHOSHONE MUNICIPAL PIPELINE ..................................... 19,856.54 TCT WEST INC ............................................................................... 879.86 TOWN OF LOVELL ......................................... . ................................ 78.92 VALLEY MOTOR SUPPLY CO ...................................................... 196.32 VARNEY CLEAN CARE INC .......................................................... 150.00 WALKER, LEWIS B ........................................................ . ................ 314.05 WATERWORKS INDUSTRIES INC ........................................... 1,981.94 WMMA. ............................................................................................... 50.00 WOLSEY, BRUCE ............................................................................ 309.90 WRIGHT EXPRESS ...................................................................... 1,624.78 WY-TEST ............................................................................................ 96.50 EPA notice of public comment Big Horn County Liquor License application5 Department of STATE OF WYOMING Environmental Quality/Division of Air Quality PUBLIC NOTICE Chapter 6, Section 2 (m) of the Wyoming Air Quality Standards and Regulations provides that prior to a final determination on an application to modify an existing source, opportunity be given for public comment and/or public hearing on the information submitted by the owner or operator and on the analysis underlying the proposed approval or disapproval. The regulation further requires that such information be made available in at least one location in the affected air quality control region, and that the public be allowed a period of thirty (30) days in which to submit comments. A public hearing will be conducted only if in the opinion of the administrator sufficient interest is generated or if an aggrieved party so requests. Notice is hereby given that the State of Wyoming, Department of Environmental Quality, Division of Air Quality, proposes to approve a request by the following applicant to modify an existing source in Big Horn County, Wyoming. Westate Machinery Co., Inc. P.O. Box 50370 Billings, MT 59105-0370 The applicant has requested permission to modify Air Quality Permit CT-11035A by replacing portable equipment with similar equipment and different serial numbers to be initially located at 596 E. Main Street, Lovell, in Big Horn County, Wyoming. A copy of the permit application and the agency's analysis is available for public inspection at the Big Horn County Clerk's Office, Basin, Wyoming. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, special assistance or alternate formats will be made available upon request for individuals with disabilities. Written comments may be directed to Steven A. Dietrich, Administrator, Division of Air Quality, Department of Environmental Quality, 122 W. 25th St., Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002 or by fax (307) 777-5616. Please reference AP-13059 in your comment. Comments submitted by email will not be included in the public record. All comments received by 5:00 p.m., Monday, April 23, 2012 will be considered in the final determination on this application. Publish: March 22, 2012 PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that on the 24TH day of February, 2012, the following applicants filed an application for a license, in the office of the clerk of Big Horn County: RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSES William & Joann Batts, DBA Hyattville Caf6 - Hyattville The Secrets of Shell, LLC, DBA Trapper Creek Lodge Restaurant- East of Shell Paint Rock Inn, LLC - Hyattville Steven R. Montanez, DBA Oasis Bar- Northwest of Lovell Hideout Adventures, Inc., DBAThe Hideout at Flitner Ranch- East of Shell JR McLaughlan, Inc., DBA Dirty Annies Country Store - East of Shell Deer Haven Mountain Resort, LLC- East ofTen Sleep LIMITED (CLUB) LIQUOR LICENCES Midway Golf Club - North of Basin COUNTY RETAIL MALT BEVERAGE PERMIT Al Martin, DBA Antler Inn - Shell Snowshoe Lodge, LLC - South East of Shell Wyoming High Country, LLC - Forest Service Road # 19, Lovell protests, if any there be, against the issuance (transfer or renewal) of rd the license will be heard at 1:30 PM on the 3 day of April 2012, in the board of county commissioners chambers, Basin, Wyoming. Publish: March 1, 8, 15 & 22, 2012 Big Horn Cnun subdivision ammndmenf PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE Pursuant to W.S. 18-5-201 through 208 and W.S. 18-5-301 through 318 Big Horn County Commissioners will hold a public meeting on April 17, 2012 at 11:30 a.m. in the County Commissioners Chambers in the County Courthouse in Basin, Wyoming. The hearing concerns the adoption of the proposed amendments to the Big Horn County Subdivision Regulations. The document may be viewed in the County Clerk's Office and various libraries. Written comments may be sent to Big Horn County Commissioners, P.O. Box 31, Basin, WY 82410. For more information call the Planning Office at 307-568-2424. Publish:March 1,8,15&22,2012 WYOMING NCPERS - 851 ............................................................... 64.00 WYO RETIREMENT SYSTEM ................................................... 9,401.45 WYO T-2 CENTER ............................................................................. 45.00 WYO WORKER'S COMPENSATION ........................................ 1,271.29 Total Paid: .................................................................................. 129,043.19 Clerk/Treasurer Beal reminded Council of a meeting scheduled for March 22nd at 7:00 p.m. with the various town boards and commis- sions to discuss general meeting procedures, appointment responsi- bilities and answer board questions. A pre-application for a county subdivision was received from Mark Mayes for property owned by Richard Mayes. A document from Wyoming Association of Risk Management, the Town's property insurer, explaining unacceptable driving record criteria was presented. The need to obtain employees driving records was discussed. A policy allowing for this may be necessary to obtain these records. Clerk/Treasurer Beal reminded Council it is time to begin bud- get work for next year and requested a work session be scheduled. Council scheduled a work meeting for March 26th at 7:00 p.m. at Town Hall. Councilman Dickson reported he will be attending a reception being given by Governor Mead on March 23rd for elected officials. He has expressed interest in working with local governments on bud- geting. Mayor Morrison reminded everyone of the upcoming Chamber of Commerce Banquet being held March 24th at the Community Cen- ter. Scott Allred made a motion to adjourn at 8:10 p.m. Second by Bruce Wolsey. All in favor. Motion passed. Pending Approval: Mayor R. Bruce Morrison ATTEST: Clerk/Treasurer Valerie Beal Publish:March 22,2012 BHCSD#2 Salary publication PUBLIC NOTICE Superintendent $135,650.00 Coordinator / Director 811,969.00 $14,622.00 $31,625:00 $47,001.00 $72,658.00 $88,998.00 Principal, High School $78,516.00 $93,404.00 $105,127.00 Principal, Elementary $92,065.00 Teacher: Elementary, Kindergarten $13,699.00 $50,403.00 $50,695.00 Teacher: Elementary, First Grade $51,395.00 $53,095.00 $61,695.00 Teacher: Elementary, Second Grade $54,795.00 $54,795.00 $63,039.00 Teacher: Elementary, Third Grade 851,858.00 $61,695.00 $66,719.00 Teacher: Elementary, Fourth Grade $59,395.00 $63,183.00 $63,395.00 Teacher: Elementary, Fifth Grade $48,995.00 $58,253.00 $60,135.00 Teacher: Elementary, Sixth Grade $47,859.00 Teacher: Elementary, Multiple Grades $26,548.00 $41,000.00 $46,592.00 $62,195.00 Elementary Keyboarding and Computer Skills $54,867.00 Teacher: Language Arts $45,198.00 $53,467.00 $58,287.00 $63,395.00 Teacher: Foreign Language $30,848.00 $77,220.00 Teacher: Science $55,694.00 $57,178.00 Teacher: Social Studies $52,416.00 863,279.00 Teacher: Mathematics 845,995.00 $50,115.00 863,853.00 869,575.00 Teacher: Music, Elementary $50,363.00 Teacher: Music, General $53,077.00 $56,975.00 Teacher: Art, High School 855,467.00 863,039.00 $32,030.00 $94,034.00 $52,395.00 $61,695.00 $55,115.00 858,174.00 $61,695.00 $63,395.00 $65,300.00 $70,409.00 857,991.00 $58,533.00 Teacher: PEand Health, High school $60,655.00 $62,543.00 $67,08520 Teacher:PEand Health, Elementary $52,687.00 Teacher:Vocational Education $39,362.00 $53,007.00 $53,635.00 $57,035.00 Counsdo5 High school $61,695.00 $63,250.00 $72,684.00 Counselo5 Elementary $59,750.00 Librarian, High Sehool $61,695.00 877,594.00 Aide, Library/Media $20,392.00 $24,102.00 $24,401.00 Teacher:Special Education $26,098.00 $51,395.00 $52,295.00 $57,615.00 $59,395.00 $70,522.00 School Psych~ogist/Psych. Technician 871,697.00 $69,574.00 Speech Pathologist $67,874.00 $71,274.00 SehoolNurse $19,269.00 834,400.00 Teacher'sAide $8,345.00 $9,623.00 $15,156.00 815,504.00 $17,820.00 $18,823,00 $21,810.00 $21,866.00 $23,101.00 823,101.00 Head Coach $3,458.00 $5,043.00 Assistant Coach $2,464.00 82,644.00 83,863.00 87,860.00 Business Manager 887,000.00 $54,795.00 $52,895.00 $9,909.00 $14,354.00 $17,614.00 $17,803.00 $20,120.00 821,351.00 $22,396.00 $22,969.00 $24,401.00 $3,409.00 $3,556.00 Cleficai/Secretarial, HighSchool $19,140.00 820,724.00 $32,599.00 834,103.00 Clerical/secretarial, Elementary $30,719.00 Custodian 89,905.00 $26,311.00 $29,436.00 $29,629.00 $30,046.00 $32,134.00 $34,640.00 $37,146.00 Operations andMalntenance $40,319.00 $42,113.00 $46,583.00 Bus Driver $8,117.00 $9,470.00 $9,932.00 $10,965,00 $11,150.00 $11,364.00 $11,534.00 $13,190.00 813,528.00 819,032.00 820,634.00 Clerical/Secretarial, Central Office 822,302.00 $27,149.00 $32,818.00 $37,876.00 Food Service Staff 88,612.00 $9,195.00 $11,129.00 $15,964.00 818,129.00 $18,673.00 $20,486.00$21,183.00 823,704.00 Student services SupportStaff 85,122.00 820,011.00 Computer/NetworkTechnician $44,307.00 Instructionai Facilitator 862,795.00 $63,395.00 $65,019.00 ~. Publish: March 22, 2012