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April 19, 2012 I The Lovell Chronicle I 11 LnveH Tnwn Council minutes. April 10. 20t2 MINUTES OF THE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING 'HELD APRIL 10, 2012 AT 7:00 P.M. AT LOVELL TOWN HALL. Present: Mayor Bruce Morrison, Council Members: Brian Dickson, Bruce Wolsey and Kevin Jones. Others present: Attorney Sandra Kitchen, Clerk/Treasurer Valerie Beal, Ed AUred, Rich Fink, Sara Fink, Audrey Bay, Mike Bay, Ferrell Mangus, Karen Spragg, Keri Wilske, David Peck, Sue Taylor, Wayne Brost. With a quorum present, Mayor Morrison called the meeting to order and led in the Pledge of Allegiance. Councilman Scott Allred was excused from the meeting. Brian Dickson made a motion to approve the minutes of the Regular Meeting held March 13, 2012. Second by Kevin Jones. All in favor. Motion passed. Kevin Jones made a motion to approve the minutes of the Work Meeting held March 22, 2012. Second by Bruce Wolsey. All in favor. Motion passed. Brian Dickson made a motion to approve the minutes of the Work Meeting held March 26, 2012. Second by Kevin Jones. All in favor. Motion passed. Bruce Wolsey made a motion to approve the minutes of the Public Meeting/Open House held April 5, 2012. Second by Brian Dickson. All in favor. Motion passed. PUBLIC COMMENTS: Keri Wilske - Emergency Management Coordinator reported a Storm Ready-Weather Spotter Class will be held on April 24, 2012 at the Rocky Mountain High School at 6:00 p.m. Interested parties 12 years and up are invited to attend. Wayne Brost - Western Arena & Motor Sports Center Board secretary reported on their 3-292012 meeting. "l-he Board request is 860,000 for a restroom/concession stand building and 850,000 for portable bleachers as budget items during this budget session. He presented suggested revisions to the Organized Event Permit for the Rodeo Grounds for Council consideration and made an appointment recommendation for a new board member for consideration by the Mayor. He reported the Rodeo Club requests 83100 for lumber, bolts and replacing some gates and also that the Board had arranged with Casey Ellis to work the grounds twice a month through September for a total of $1800. Mayor Morrison suggested the $110,000 request might be added with the 64 cent funding proposals. John Nickle reported the Pryor Mountain Wild Mustang Board is currently working on an estimate of the cost for an addition to the east side of their current building. They also would like to build corals and an enclosure so they can adopt mustangs for area visitors to see on the edge of town. He reported having visitors stop from every state in the United States and several from Europe showing there is a lot of interest and attraction for visitors throughout the country. He requested the Town and County consider working together to pave Road 12. OLD BUSINESS: Karen Spragg - Lovell/Kane Area Museum presented a preliminary design plan for a museum building. They are working on cost per square foot estimates for the proposed 6th cent sales tax specific use project. Mayor Morrison explained it was determined that single separate building projects were preferred rather than combining the Lovell/Kane Area Museum building and the Pryor Mountain Wild Mustang Center. Discussion was held regarding the draft of an agreement allowing for placement of museum display cases at the community center. Mayor Morrison requested continued discussion on the agreement wording. An itemized budget request for $15,000 for the 2012/2013 year was presented for Council consideration. Frank Page - DOWL HKM Engineer reported the South Water and Sewer Project started up again the first part of April and the upcoming work schedule plan. John Nickle asked about plans for sealing the streets from prior projects. Clerk/Treasurer Beal reported a budget request has been made to address that street need. Sue Taylor - Lovei~ Inc. director reviewed their work plan which includes: a fund ratsing event to be held in May, building a social media presence with assistance from a student worker, hosting a commercial property open house on July 74, and developing a home- based program as a job creation and recruitment tool. She explained the need for a letter requesting an extension of the completion date for the Business Incubator Grant. Two exterior projects cannot be completed until late May or early June. Bruce Wolsey made a motion to authorize the Mayor to sign a letter requesting an extension on the LoveU Incubator Building Grant. Second by Brian Dickson. All in favor. Sue Taylor also reported receiving two proposals for professional services on the Old Hospital Demolition project from Northern Industrial Hygiene: 1St a proposal to conduct a lead-based paint inspection and 2"e a proposal to conduct an abatement design site inspection and preparation of plans and specifications for the removal of identified hazardous materials. The two professional service agreements will be drafted and presented to Council at the next meeting for consideration. Frank Page reported the need to proceed with authorization to go to bid on the Old Hospital Demolition by May 24th. Sue Taylor explained they do have more time than originally estimated. Kevin Jones made a motion to allow the Mayor to sign and go out for bid for demolition and site grading of the Old Hospital project when ready. Second by Bruce Wolsey. All in favor. Motion passed. Sue Taylor reported receiving notification that the infrastructure grant for the Old Hospital/Senior Housing project was not being recommended for funding. Several additional items need to be in place for a more favorable recommendation. It was recommended to withdraw the grant application at this time. Bruce Wolsey made a motion to withdraw the grant application for the infrastructure at the Old Hospital site. Second by Brian Dickson. All in favor. Motion passed. Bruce Wolsey also made a motion to authorize the Mayor to sign the letter of withdrawal. Second by Brian Dickson. All in favor. Motion passed. Discussion was held regarding the Town of Lovell Unacceptable Driving Record Policy and consent form drafted in response to the Wyoming Association of Risk Management Unacceptable Driving Record Criteria. Attorney Kitchen explained the criteria had been placed in policy form. Kevin Jones made a motion to adopt the unacceptable driving policy and have all employees sign the consent form. Second by Bruce Wolsey. All in favor. Motion passed. NEW BUSINESS: The ballot for 4 positions on the WAM-JPIC Board of Directors was presented for consideration. Councilman Dickson made a motion to vote for Bonnie Halford, Mountain View for the 1 year Town Seat, David Kendall, Lingle and Judy Johnstone, Burns for the 3 year Town Seats and Tracy Glanz, Worland for the 3 year City Seat. Second by Kevin Jones. All in favor. Motion passed. A liquor catering permit request from the Byron Bar for catering at the Ducks Unlimited Banquet on Friday, April 13, 2012 at the Lovell Community Center was presented to Council for consideration. Bruce Wolsey made a motion to approve the application for the Byron Bar for April 13, 2012. Second by Brian Dickson. All in favor. Motion passed. A liquor catering permit request from Audrey Bay, dba 4 Corners Bar and Grill for catering at the Hospital Foundation's - An Evening with Friends 'on Saturday, April 28, 2012 at the Lovell Community Center was presented for consideration. Kevin Jones made a motion to approve the catering permit for April 28, 2012. Second by Bruce Wolsey. All in favor. Motion passed. Resolution 2012-4 providing for a modification to the open container requirements for Audrey Bay, dba Four Corners Bar from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 2, 2012 within the fenced off area adjacent to the bar for the Cancer Fun Run was presented for consideration. Bruce Wolsey made a motion to approve Resolution 2012-4. Second by Brian Dickson. All in favor. Motion passed. Resolution 2012-5 providing for a modification to the open container requirements for Audrey Bay, dba Four Corners Bar from Friday, June 22, 2012 through Sunday, June 24, 2012 within the fenced off area adjacent to Four Corners Bar. Bruce Wolsey made a motion to approve Resolution 2012-5. Second by Kevin Jones. All in favor. Motion passed. Resolution 2012-6 providing for a modification to the hours of operation for liquor licensees allowing operating hours to be from 6:00 a.m. on Friday, June 22, 2012 to 6:00 a.m. on Saturday, June 23rd, 2012. Bruce Wolsey made a motion to approve Resolution 2012-6: Second by Brian Dickson. All in favor. Motion passed. A Special and Work Meeting is scheduled for April 17~ to discuss the Parks Cleaning Contract, the professional services agreements with Northern Industrial Hygiene and the Pryor View subdivision utility license agreement. The budget will be discussed at the work meeting. Brian Dickson made a motion at 8:30 p.m. to recess the Regular ORDINANCE 920 amending Section 26-15-020 by correcting the Meeting and reconvene in Executive Session pursuant to W.S. 16-4- article number referenced in this section was read in full and 405 (a) (iii) litigation to which our governing body is a party. Second presented by Attorney Kitchen. Brian Dickson made a motion to by Bruce Wolsey. All in favor. Motion passed. approve Ordinance 920 on first reading. Second by Bruce Wolsey. All in favor. Motion passed. Regular Meeting was reconvened at 8:55 p.m~ With no action taken, Kevin Jones made a motion to adjourn. Second by Bruce Wolsey. All in favor. Motion passed. Pending Approval: Mayor 1~ Bruce Morrison ATTEST: Clerk/Treasurer Valerie Beal ORDINANCE 921 providing for the Annual Appropriation for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012 and ending June 30, 2013 was read in full and presented by Attorney Kitchen. Bruce Wolsey made a motion to approve Ordinance 921on first reading. Second by Kevin Jones. All in favor. Motion passed. ORDINANCE 922 providing for the Annual Tax Levy for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012 and ending June 30, 2013 was read in full and presented by Attorney Kitchen. Bruce Wolsey made a motion to approve Ordinance 922 on first reading. Second by Brian Dickson. All in favor. Motion passed. A Community Performance Plan - 2012 from Rocky Mountain Power was read in full by Mayor Morrison. It outlines services they will assist with and the Town's commitment to allow them an opportunity to resolve any outstanding issues. Brian Dickson made a motion to authorize the Mayor to sign the plan. Second by Bruce Wolsey. Council discussed a prior request to proceed with a street light at 7th Street and McKinley. Ed Allred reported a change in policy regarding the costs for a new light. Council requested Ed contact them for clarification of the charges for a new street light. All in favor. Motion passed. A request submitted by Parks Supervisor Isaac Mayes for contracting the cleaning of the parks bathrooms and pavilion areas was discussed. He feels it would be a cost saving measure for the Town. Council requested cost saving estimates and additional discussion at the April 17th meeting. Discussion was held regarding liability coverage for volunteers under the Town's Local Government Liability Pool (LGLP) coverage. It was recommended that a release be signed acknowledging they are not covered by workers compensation and have no coverage for injuries sustained while volunteering. Council requested Attorney Kitchen write up a release for consideration. GENERAL INFORMATION: Bills were presented for payment. Kevin Jones made a motion to pay the bills. Second by Bruce Wolsey. All in favor. Motion passed, AFLAC WORLDWIDE HEADQUARTERS ................................ 338.90 ALLRED, EDWARD A. .................................................................. 122.86 ALLRED, RODNEY P. ..................................................................... 33.29 ALSCO ............................................................................................. 121.99 AVE RETF, WADE ............................................................................ 75.00 BANK OF LOVELL ................................................................... 15,958.99 BEAL, VALERIE ............................................................................... 32.76 BIG HORN CO-OP ......................................................................... 488.00 BIG HORN COUNTY REPUBLICANS ....................................... 100.00 BIG HORN COUNTY SOLID WASTE ..................................... 9,487.20 BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD ......................................... j ...... 23,660.41 BONNER STINSON P.C ............................................................ 3,750.00 CASELLE INC ........................... . .................................................... 200.00 CK HARDWARE ............................................................................ 188.59 CNA SUREI~ .............................................................................. 2,235.00 COLORADO CASUALTY INSURANCE ....................................... 50.00 COPENHAVER KATH KITCHEN ............... : ............ : ............ ,..2,460.00 COWLEY LUMBER CO .................................................................. 32.34 DICKSON, BRIAN ......................................................................... 198.23 DIVISION OF VICTIM SERVICES .............................................. 100.00 DOBBS, KURT ............................................................................... 977.52 DOWL HKM ................................................................................ 6,010.50 FIRST BANK OF WYOMING ........................... ]~.... .................. 2,750.05 FOSTER GULCH GOLF ASSOCIATION ............................... 24,031.43 GALLS INC ....................................................................................... 46.72 HERREN, KEESHA ....................................................................... 382.50 HOLIDAY INN ............................................................................... 263.27 INK SPOT, THE ............................................................................. 120.00 INTER-MOUNTAIN LABS INC ................................................... 489.00 INTOXIMEq'ERS ........................................................................ 5,999.50 JOLLEY, JASON .......................................................................... 1,117.65 KEELE SANITATION ................................................................ 1,394.00 LARSEN'S BICYCLES INC ........................................................ 1,270.00 LEWIS, NICK ......................... ~ ......................................................... 86.50 LINTON'S BIG R. ........................................................................... 702.04 LOVELL- KANE AREA MUSEUM ............................................. 981.83 LOVELL AREA CHAMBER/COMMERCE ................................ 100.00 LOVELL BUILDING CENTER ...................................................... 20.25 LOVELL CHRONICLE ............................................................... 1,495.50 LOVELL INC .................................................................................. 701.25 LOVELL LIBRARY ........................................................................ 150.00 LOVELL RECREATION DISTRICT ............................................ 837.03 MACDONALD EQUIPMENT CO ............................................ 2,026.54 MAYES LOCKSMITHING, LLOYD ............................................ 285.00 MAYES, ISAAC ................................................................................ 86.00 MAYES, NEIL .............................................................................. 1,076.21 MILLER'S FABRICATION INC ....................................................... 3.16 MINCHOW'S SERVICE LLC .................................................... 2,008.64 MONTANA DAKOTA UTILITIES ............................................... 865.71 MUNICIPAL CODE CORPORATION ......................................... 600.00 NORTHWEST RURAL WATER DISTRICT .................................. 39.60 OFFICE SHOP ............................................................................... 199.06 ORCHARD TRUST CO .............................................................. 1,030.00 PARK COUNTY LANDFILLS .................................................... 1,172.00 POSrMASTER ............................................................................... 272.88 POWELL OFFICE SUPPLY .............................................................. 3.99 RED APPLE SUPERMARKET ..................................................... 347.86 ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER .................................................. 4,955.71 S & L INDUSTRIAL ....................................................................... 150.00 SAVAGE, ROBYN ........................................................................... 675.00 SCHNEIDER, JENNIFER ............................................................. 307.55 SHOSHONE MUNICIPAL PIPELINE ................................... 20,515.82 SLATER, LARRY ......................................................................... 2,388.06 TCT WEST INC ................................................... : ......................... 856.02 TOOLS PLUS INDUSTRIES ........................................................... 69.99 TORCZON, JERRI B ...................... . ............................................... 150.00 TOWN OF LOVELL ...................................................................... 215.71 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE .......................... 220,120.00 VALLEY MOTOR SUPPLY CO .................................................... 321.82 VISA ................................................................................................. 397.42 WATCO POOLS ........ , .................................................................... 367.57 WATERWORKS INDUSTRIES INC ............................................ 770.00 WRIGHT EXPRESS .................................... : ............................... 1,358.78 WY-TEb~ .......................................................................................... 96.50 WYO ASSN RURAL WATER SYSTEMS ..................................... 325.00 WYO CONFERENCE OF MUNICIPAL ............. : ........................ 100.00 WYO DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE .................................. 50.00 WYOMING HIGHWAY PATROL .............................. . .................. 150.00 WYOMING NCPERS - 851 ............................................................. 64.00 WYO RETIREMENT SYSTEM ......................................... ., ...... 9,444.34 WYO WORKER'S COMPENSATION ...................................... 1,330.09 YOUNG, JEFF ................................................................................ 109.95 ROBERTSON, DANIEL J ...................... ; ........................................ 72.60 WARDELL, DAN ............................................ ' .................................. 24.64 JOLLEY, AUBRY ............................................................................ 150,00 JOLLEY, TESSY ............................................................................. 300.00 BARTLE, SHALLON ..................................................................... 100.00 WEEKS, CHRIS ................................................................................ 61.36 HITZ, BRADEN G .......................................................................... 185.20 Total Paid: ................................................................................. 385,759.88 Clerk/Treasurer Beal reported a Shoshone Municipal Pipeline Production summary had been received for Council's review. Council was reminded of a special meeting scheduled for April 17, 2012 with the Pryor View subdivision residents to discuss a permanent Utility License Agreement. Council expressed appreciation for the attendance at the public meeting/open house and the comments made. Publish: April 19, 2012 Noffce of real .nro.ner di ;trihu ion IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF BIG HORN COUNTY, WYOMING FIFI'H JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE ) OF ) Probate No. 5695 AGNES M. HASKINS, ) Deceased. ) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR SUMMARY DISTRIBUTION OF INTEREST IN REAL AND PROPERTY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, Charles H. Haskins, Jr., Julia Ann Meadors, Carey Elisabeth Verdon and Wyoma Jean Groenenberg have applied for a summary decree setting over to Charles H. Haskins, Jr., Julia Ann Meadors, Carey Elisabeth Verdon and Wyoma Jean Groenenberg as provided in the Last Will and Testament of the above-named decedent and pursuant to the provisions of Wyoming Statute 2-1-205 (2005), all right, tire and interest in and to the following described real property located within Big Horn County, Wyoming, and more particularly described as follows, to-wit: South one-half (S1/2) of Lot One (1) in Block Thirty-one (31), in the Original Town of Cowley, Big Horn County, Wyoming. A hearing upon this Application shall be held before the Fifth Judicial District Court in and for Big Horn County, Wyoming, on the 8th day of May, 2012, commencing at 11:30 o'clock p. m. in the afternoon in the District Courtroom of the Big Horn County Courthouse at Basin, Big Horn County, Wyoming. Anyone having objection to said Application must file the same on or before the 29th day of April, 2012 with the Clerk of the District Court in and for Big Horn County, Wyoming, the Fifth Judicial District, or forever be barred. DATED this 12th day of April, 2012. Charles H. Haskins, Jr., Julia Ann Meadors, Carey Elisabeth Verdon, Wyoma Jean Groenenberg, Applicants, By: VINCENT & VINCENT 606 E. Washington Riverton, WY 82501 (307) 856-1902 Attorneys for Applicants BY: JOEL M. VINCENT Publish: April 19 & 26, 2012 Northwest Rural Water hearing NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Board of Directors of the Northwest Rural Water District ("District") hereby gives notice that on Tuesday, the 1st day of May, 2012, at 1:15 p.m., a public hearing will be held with the Board of County Commissioners of Park County on the question of inclusion of real property in Park County into the District without election. The hearing will be held in the Park County Commissioner's meeting room in the Park County Courthouse at 1002 Sheridan Avenue, Cody, Wyoming. The owners of the various properties have filed Petitions to have the designated properties included into the District. Petitions are available for review at the office of the Northwest Rural Water District. All interested persons may appear and be heard. Questions can be addressed to the Northwest Rural Water District, 920 13th Street, PO Box 2347, Cody, WY 82414 or by calling the NRWD office at 307-527-4426. Jim Mentock, Secretary Publish: April 19 & 26, 2012 / as a free service by this newspaper and the Wyoming Press Association. Public Notices I TO YOUR GOVERNMEN:T:: ..................... ................. ........... 'i I G I ss/ [ l'q I