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14 I The Lovell Chronicle I April 19, 2012 Rig Hnrn Caun Cnmmis;ioner's minute;: Mar h 6:2012 MINUTES OF THE BIG HORN COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' REGULAR BOARD MEETING for March 6, 2012 Name: Big Horn County Commissioners Type of Meeting: Regular Place: Big Horn County Courthouse Date: March 6, 2012 Time: 9:00 a.m. Chairman: Jerold S. Ewen Members Present: Keith Grant, Thomas S. Hinman. Members Absent: None County Clerk: Dori Noyes Deputy County Clerk: Wendy Thulander Others present various times: Karla Pomeroy, Basin Republican Rustler Meeting was called to order at 9:00, by: Chairman Ewen; followed by the Pledge of Allegiance._ Chairman Ewen recognized guests. Motion was made by Thomas S. Hinman; seconded by Keith Grant to approve the agenda with two additions: (1) BLM RMP discussion; (2) Forest Service Antelope Butte Ski Resort / Antelope Butte Foundation Project discussion. Motion passed unanimously. Rod Wambeke and Jerry Denniston, Road and Bridge Department; and William Bridges, Pryor Mountain Engineering: Jerry Denniston discussed the radios that need to be updated to narrow-band. Dori Noyes told Jerry Denniston to contact John Hyde for information. WYDOT Gravel Pit: William Bridges said he had made some changes in the Contract. He said he asked Stefanie Padilla to contact Kelly Arnett to come in to sign it. Jerry Denniston discussed various roads that had high water problems last year, and will prepare for potential high water again this year. He also said he had rented a chipper from LaMax for trimming trees. William Bridges said Rod Wambeke hauled in more material on Road 20 and it looked good. He also said he would contact Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroads Road Master to get road clarification. Jerry Denniston said he will get an estimated cost of a new loader for the South Road and Bridge Department before budget time. Rod Wambeke said he put in a new culvert on Road 7 1/2 and planned to put crushed rock on it soon. Jerry Ewen said he felt it is important for the Road & Bridge Department to get a "project costs" list together and keep the list maintained so that accurate costs will be available for future road planning and decisions. Jerry Denniston asked Stefanie Padilla to help him start to put these costs together. Commissioner Ewen and Jerry Denniston felt it might be a good idea to get a part-time secretary to aid in maintaining these lists in the future. Those present discussed gravel Crushing costs at the Horse Creek pit. William Bridges felt if they got a contract crusher it may be cheaper and it may free up the road and bridge department for graveling more roads. Jerry Ewen asked William Bridges to obtain estimates from various contractors for crushing gravel before the commissioners decide whether to have road and bridge or a contractor do the crushing in the Horse Creek pit. They all agreed to discuss this further at a later date. William Bridges gave an update on various road projects and discussed road & bridge issues. His updates included the Cold Springs Road, Horse Creek Pit, the WYDOT Bridge inspection and miscellaneous road projects. William Bridges and Jerry Denniston said irrigation pivots in Hyattville were becoming a problem. Jerry Denniston will get a list of land owners who are allowing water from pivots to run on county roads.William Bridges said he will prepare a letter to be delivered to land owners telling them to keep the water off the road and right of way. Keith Grant suggested having the letters delivered by the sheriff. William Bridges said the sign project was being advertised with intent to contract for installation of 800 signs fhroughout the County. William said the DEQ sent out comments from EPA concerning the Old Lovell Refinery site. He said DEQ encouraged EPA to do the next round of testing, and then go into voluntary remediation. This would minimize the cost to the County. William Bridges said the Local Project Administration (LPA) was offering a grant workshop with training in Casper on April 3~d, This training is for required certification,when applying.for grants in the future, and he would like to attend tha~workshop. AIRPORTS: William Bridges, Pryor Mountain Engineering: William Bridges and Rick Patton, GDA, presented a new aerial photo of the North Airport and said one would be forthcoming for the South Airport. Rick Patton distributed a draft scope of work for the Cowley Airport Master Plan update. He said the next public meeting would be late March or April. He also presented a draft of the South Airport scope of work and will include all costs including advertising when applying for the grant. Two Applications for the South Big Horn County Airport Master Plan were presented for signatures. Motion was made by Keith Grant and seconded by Thomas S. Hinman to sign the Request for State Airport Aid and the Application for Federal Assistance for the South Big Horn County Airport Master Plan. Motion passed unanimously. South Bi~ Horn County Airport fuel tank undate: William Bridges said the fuel tank needed to be inspected before a purchase agreement with B&G Industries can be executed. Rick Patton and William Bridges will work on putting a draft Fixed Base Operator (FBO) contract together with B&G for commissioner's review. A draft agreement will be presented to all parties for comments prior to beginning the negotiation process. Motion was made by Grit and seconded by Thomas S. Hinman to authorize the fuel tank inspection at the South Big Horn County Airport. The county clerk will advertise a budget amendment in the amount of $6,000.00 to pay for the inspection. Motion passed unanimously. Snow Plow uodate: William Bridges said a new snow plow for the South Airport was scheduled to be delivered in the next two to three weeks. No Motion was necessary. 10:59 - Chairman Ewen called for a Session Break. Meeting resumed at 11:08. Accounts Payable: Marquerite Van Dyke and Carol Willard presented the current Big Horn County Accounts Payable and Payroll for approval. Motion was made by Thomas S. ~; seconded by Keith Grant to approve & pay the bills. Motion passed unanimously. A I M, INC. 4,479.61 / ALSCO 45.53 / AMERICAN WELDING & GAS INC. 197.69 / ARROWHEAD RV 7,827.00 / ATWOOD FAMILY FUNERAL DIRECTORS INC 2,732.00 / BASIN PHARMACY 1,404.61 / BASIN REPUBLICAN RUSTLER 560.50 / BASIN REPUBLICAN RUSTLER 72.00 / TOWN OF BASIN 7,432.08 / BIG HORN AUTO PARTS, INC. 20.19 / BIG HORN CO-OP MARKETING ASSN 446.95 / BIG HORN MOUNTAIN COALITION 2,500.00 / LINDA BOYCE 2,450.03 / MARY BOYER 56.06 / CALIFORNIA CONTRACTORS SUPPLIES 212.22 / JANE CHAVIRA 51.06 / CK HARDWARE 17.78 / CMI-TECO 95.00 / CENTURY LINK 34.79 / COX ELECTRIC & COMMUNICATIONS 424.00 / COMMERCIAL SERVICE HVAC 4,465.00 / COPENHAVER, KATH, KITCHEN 150.00 / COUNTY CLERK 7.00 / COVENANT INSURANCE GROUP INC. 1,650.00 / TOWN OF COWLEY 109.40 / STEFANIE PADILLA 16.01 / CRISIS EDUCATION SYSTEMS LLC 674.00 / DASH MEDICAL GLOVES 239.60 / MARIA LISA EASTMAN 260.00 / FIRST BANKCARD 24.33 / GRETCHEN GASVODA KELSO 63.99 / GOPPERT, ROHRBACK & SMITH 300.00 / FAWN GOTON 72.00 / GRAINGER 341.90 / KEITH GRANT 441.25 / GREYBULL BUILDING CENTER 46.98 / BRUCE R. WILEY DMD dba 100.00 / GREYBULL STANDARD 963.50 / TOWN OF GREYBULL 170.50 / CHARLES GROTEFEND 1,185.00 / HALLMAN, EAGLER & HUNT, PC 2,050.00 / HANSON CHEMICAL, INC. 150.29 / HASKELL FUNERAL HOME 300.00 / DEMAR D. HILL 1,000.00 / JOHN G. HYDE 89.10 / I-STATE TRUCK CENTER 1,005.43 / J & M SPORTS, INC 67.49 / KIMBERLY KOCH 1,065.66 / BRIGITA S. KRISJANSONS 150.00 / VICKIE LARCHICK 431.34 / LIFE-ASSIST, INC 1,096.30 / JESSICA LOEPER PC. 3,165.00 / LITTLE AMERICA 190.00 / LOVELL CHRONICLE 815.50 / LOVELL CHRONICLE 60.00 / TOWN OF LOVELL 185.84 / LOVELL REDI MIX 900.00 / MMC AMERICA INC 23.65 / MCS OFFICE PRODUCTS INC. 45.00 / MARK'S REFRIGERATION 153.70 / MASTERcARD 1,933.26 / MATRIX RESEARCH LABORATORIES 837.60 / MCGARVIN-MOBERLY CONSTRUCTION CO. 95,238.81 / MESSENGER& OVERFIELD, PC 598.73 / SARAH N. MILES 150.00 / MINCHOW'S SERVICE 1,627.32 / MONTANA-DAKOTA UTILITIES 972.78 / MURDOCH OIL, INC. 117.00 / KAMI NEIGHBORS 90,15 / CASEY NELSON 1,200.00 / NEWMAN TRAFFIC SIGNS 87.89 / NORMONT EQUIPMENT COMPANY 23.24 / O'REILLY AUTO PARTS 5,059.08 / OCCUPATIONAL TESTING, INC. 144.00 / THE OFFICE SHOE INC. 586.70 / OUTDOOR ENTERPRISES 300.00 / OVERLAND EXP~ MART 59.41 / PERSONNEL CONCEPTS 78.90 / PITNEY BOWES 128.70 / PROPAC 11,946.80 / WILLIAM E. BRIDGES 41,530.00 / QUILL CORPORATION 113.82 / KENT A. RICHINS 300.00 / RIMROCK TIRES, INC 2,379.71 / RIVERBEND PLUMBING & HEATING 1,196.60 / ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 885.92 / ROCKY MOUNTAIN MIDDLE SCHOOL/ 27.75 / SECURITY STATE BANK - PETIS( CASH 37.60 / SHERMAN & HOWARD, LLC 210.00 / WILLIAM L. SIMPSON 150.00 / DEB SCHNITZMEIER 104.46 / SPRINGHILL SUITES BY MARRIOTT 154.00 / SYSCO FOOD SERVICES 13,813.58 / TECHNICAL FORESTRY SERVICES 3,430.00 / TCT WEST, INC. 3,336.09 / TCT WEST, INC. 1,243.32 / TOMMERUP MACHINE SHOE INC. 290.86 / TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO. 1,440.91 / TRAVELING COMPUTERS, INC. 5,888.43 /TRI COUNTYTELEPHONE ASSOC. 69.62 / VAISALA INC. 1,573.00 / VALLEY HARDWARE 365.71 / GAlL E. VANDERPLOEG, LPN 38.80 / VERIZON WIRELESS 1,558.23 / WPOA 440.00 / WALKER'S SERVICE 88.25 / WAVES WEB DESIGN 187.50 / WILSON BROS. CONSTRUCTION, INC 14,103.00 / ROBERT M. WILLSON 107.94 / WYOMING FIRE SAFETY 96.00 / WY DEQ 500.00 / WY STATE FORESTRY DIVISION 6,902.82 / YOUNGS 29.37 / CAROL ZIERLEIN 88.00 / ZONE 4 GRAPHICS AND PRINTING 2,120.00 / TRUDY CRAFF 14.30 / DEBBI MCKIM 547.50 / ROGER'S SPORT CENTER 286.07 / NEIGHBORS, KAMI D 563.73 / SECURITY STATE BANK 79.45 Dori Noyes presented the Local Government Liability Pool renewal membership application for signatures. Motion was made by Thomas S. H" man; seconded by Keith Grant to sign the LGLP Renewal Membership Application. Motion passed unanimously. Chairman Ewen designated Nick Wilson to oversee the payroll in his department until a replacement for Jim Waller is hired. 12:03 - Chairman Ewen called for a Lunch Break. Motion was made by Keith Grant: seconded by Thomas S. Hinman to adjourn for lunch. Motion passed unanimously. 13:03 - Chairman Ewen called for Regular Session to reconvene. Maria Eastman, Grants Administration: Maria Eastman presented the following for signatures: Retrofit II Phase 2 RFR #8: Maria Eastman presented the Retrofit II Phase 2 Request for Reimbursement No. 8 in amount of $9,500.00 to be signed by Chairman Ewen. No Motion was necessary. Homeland Security SHSP-LEI'PA Grant Award: Maria Eastman presented the Grant Award in the amount of $6,167.13 to be signed by Chairman Ewen. The county clerk will prepare a budget amendment for the new contract. No Motion was necessary. Maria Eastman gave an update on: Fair Board Arena Grant Application: Maria Eastman said she submitted the application on March 1, 2012 to the Daniels Fund, which is in time for the Daniels' Fund Award Announcement of June 29, 2012 and the SLIB meeting date of August 9, 2012. Maria Eastman said John Hyde asked her to put a flood mitigation survey together for lower Dry Creek by the March 31*t Mitigation Grant deadline. She said licensed surveying would be required for moving forward, only allowing three weeks to complete it, but the disaster mitigation program also accepts applications in the fall and the County could apply at that time. The Commissioners thought more research was needed and the fall fimeline would work better. Discussion on Predatory Animal Board Member: Motion was made by Keith Grant and seconded by Thomas S. Hinman to appoint Timothy Dehl to the Predatory Animal Board, replacing Todd V. Stoelk. His first three year term will begin immediately and expire on December 31, 2014. Motion passed unanimously. Walk-In presentation by William Bridges, Pryor Mountain Engineering: William Bridges advised he had received an e-mall from Sterling Matthews. He said the Dept of Defense needed an immediate decision in the matter of B&G's purchase of the fuel station at the South Airport. He advised the Commissioners that a commitment to either sell or lease the fueling facility to B&G would be sufficient at this time. Motion was made by Keith Grant and seconded by Commissioner Ewen to authorize William Bridges to prepare a Letter of Intent to move forward with B&G's purchase of the fueling station. Motion passed, with Commissioner Hinman voting against. A letter of intent was prepared immediately and signed by Chairman Ewen. Commissioners' Discussion on Airport Manager: Commissioner Ewen requested that the Airport Manager position continue to be advertised on the website until it was filled. : ~New Businessi~Commissioner Gram said there ~was a meeting scheduled on March 14~ at the BLM Office in Worland for the Local Cooperators to meet and discuss the BLM RME At this meeting the BLM will present their proposed changes to the RMP, which have been compiled using comments received. Commissioner Grant also gave an update on the Antelope Butte Ski Resort progress. He said Bill Bass, Forest Service, had seen the most recent business plan and was impressed by it. Bill was also willing to extend the time period for gathering more funding for the project. 14:40 - Those Present: Belinda Dover; Michelle Burns County Attorney and Blaine Jolley and Brent Godfrey, sheriffs deputies met with the commissioners to discuss the Dover road petition. Mrs. Dover arrived for her scheduled 14:15 appointment. Mrs. Dover advised the commissioners she wanted the money returned to her that the County had paid to the hearing officer hired for her road hearing in 2009. Chairman Ewen advised Mrs. Dover that the commissioners were not going back over the decision made at the Hearing in 2009. He advised Mrs. Dover to prepare a letter of complaint and submit it to the Commissioners and to the County Attorney. After a heated discussion, Mrs. Dover left the meeting and was escorted out of the courthouse. Kim Cowan, BHC Public Health: Kim Cowan gave an update on the public health vacancy position on the north end. She said the position will be kept as a supervisor's position and she would know by the 15~ of the month whether or not the State will be funding the position. Ms. Cowan requested some hours from the county sick leave bank for one of her employees. Motion was made by Keith Grant and seconded by Thomas S. Hinman to approve the requested 40 hours from the sick bank. Motion passed unanimously. James Reilly, CPA: James Reilly gave the Annual Audit report to those present. 15:45 : Chairman Ewen called for a break; session resumed at 15:56. Nicol Kramer-Attorney, Becky Lindsey-BHC Treasurer, Debbi McKim-Independent Land Consultant, and Fred MacDonald-BLM: Fred McDonald of the Cody Field Office of the BLM met with the Commissioners to discuss the disposition of the stored oil at the Schneider Well. Sheriff Blackburn called into the meeting and didn't feel it was necessary for him to attend this meeting. His conference call ended at 16:06. Fred MacDonald assured the Commissioners that the BLM did not want to see the Schneider well plugged and abandoned. He also explained that if Devon was not interested in operating the well that the procedure for putting into place a new operator would not be that difficult especially for an established operator such as Legacy. He said Devon had several issues that may prevent them from actually participating in the removal and sale of the oil, the foremost appears to be title and ownership. Commissioner Grant asked if the County's Judgment still stands. Mr. MacDonald said "yes". Fred MacDonald left the meeting at 16:20. Becky Lindsey said there was nothing in the draft notice about funds being held in Escrow. Debbi McKim said she still didn,t feel it was the County's responsibility to perform the due diligence research. Commissioner Ewen placed a conference call to Nicol Kramer. Ms. Kramer said Devon hasn't agreed to the draft notice yet and has some changes to make to it. She said Devon can't hold the money in an escrow. Ms. Kramer said other parties who may be entitled to the oil and the remainder of proceeds still needs to be researched. She said Devon has also expressed concerns with regards to liability. The commissioners were advised that Devon's council with regards to this matter is Rob Mathis in Denver. Nicol said she had not received clearance of conflict of interest from either Devon or Big Horn County. Devon did not think they could get the title run or complete the items listed in the BLM's draft Notice of Order within the required 20 days. Chairman Ewen advised that John Frentheway, Big Horn County Deputy Attorney, will handle this issue from here on. Mr. Frentheway will be asked to contact Rob Mathis in Denver. The Commissioners felt Big Horn County would like to see this well in production and would also like to recover the amount due the County according to the judgment against Schneider Oil. The Commissioners also felt that the oil needs to be removed from the tanks immediately due to environmental concerns. Big Horn County has had the judgment and execution in hand since November of 2011 and has been pursuing ways to remove and sell the oil, as it is deteriorating. Debbi McKim said she will send an e-mail to Fred MacDonald explaining that there are still concerns to be addressed. She said she would prepare a draft letter to Tom Fitzsimmons at Legacy for the Commissioners to review prior to the next Commissioners' meeting. Dori Noyes, County Clerk: Dori Noyes presented the draft Minutes for February 21, 2012. Motion was made by_ Thomas S. Hinman and seconded by Keith Grant to approve the February 21, 2012 Minutes as corrected. Motion passed unanimously. For the Good of the County and For General Discussion: Items provided to Commissioners for review: Financial Statements: Deaver Irrigation District-June 30, 2011; BHC Clerk's financial report. Monthly Minutes and Report(s) Review: BHC LEPC, January 26, 2012 Minutes. Bonds, Misc.: Adrian Preator/Treasurer, Burlington-Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20,000.00); Charles A. Hessenthaler/Vice Chairman, ByrOn Drainage District-One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00); David Dausman/Secretary&Treasurer, Byron Drainage District-One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00); Barbara Rodriguez/Bookkeeper, Lovell Board of Recreation/Town of Lovell-Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00); Russell Jay Boardman/Commissioner, Shoshone Conservation Distrit-One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00). Cancellation of Taxes: Becky A. Lindsey, Years 2007-2009, Parcel #17-00-000-00987, Sixty-One Dollars and twenty-nine cents ($61.29); Becky A. Lindsey, Years 2008-2011, Parcel #41- 00-000-01462, Eighty-Six Dollars and sixty-four cents ($86.64). Thomas S, Hinman moved, seconded by Keith Grant; all in favor and the motion carried to adjourn the March 6, 2012, Regular Session Meeting at 5:00 p.m. The Board will meet in Regular Session on March 20, 2012. ~ STATE OF WYOMING ) ) COUNTY OF BIG HORN ) I, Wendy Thulander, Deputy County Clerk/Executive Assistant, and Dori Noyes, County Clerk and Ex-Officio of the Board of the County Commissioners, do hereby certify the above and foregoing to be a full, true and complete copy of proceedings had by board at its last meeting on March 6. 2012. Board of County Commissioners Big Horn County, Wyoming /s Jerold S. Ewen, Chairman /s Keith M. Grant, Member /s Thomas S. Hinman, Member Attest:/s Dori Noyes, County Clerk, Clerk of the Board Attest: /s Wendy Thulander, Deputy County Clerk/Executive Assistant to BHC Commissioners Publish: April 19, 2012 Rocky. Mounfain Power rate increase PUBLIC NOTICE Pursuant to the Wyoming Administrative Procedure Act and the Wyoming Public Service Commission's (Commission) Procedural Rules and Special Regulations, notice is hereby given of the application of Rocky Mountain Power (the Company) requesting authority to set and .increase rates in Tariff Schedule 95, Energy Cost Adjustment Mechanism by approximately $29.3 million, as more fully described below. Rocky Mountain Power (or the "Company") is a public utility, as defined in W.S. 37-1-101(a)(VI)(C), providing retail electric public utility service under certificates of public convenience and necessity issued by the Commission. Rocky Mountain Power is subject to the Commission's jurisdiction under W.S. 37-2-112. On March 15, 2012, Rocky Mountain Power submitted an application, together with testimony, exhibits and revised tariff sheets requesting authority to revise and increase rates through its Energy Cost Adjustment Mechanism ("ECAM") under Tariff Schedule 95 by approximately 829.3 million which represents an overall rate increase of 4.82%. Tariff Schedule 95 permits the Company to monitor total Net Power Costs (NPC) on an unbundled basis apart from other investments and expenses included in base rates and to account for ,historical~actual NPCthat may he over or Ui~de~ t~ amourlt~recovered in base rates-through the ECAM. All of~0clep~Mountain Pbwet',s retail tariff rates schedules in Wyoming are suhi#ct to two additional rate elements that are identified in Tariff Schedule 95; [i] a base NPC rate element; and [ii] a deferred NPC rate element. Rocky Mountain Power states that the two rate elements in Tariff Schedule 95 together recover the Company's total NPC, which include fuel, purchased power, wheeling expenses and sales for resale for natural gas and electricity, the embedded cost differential (ECD) and excludes items not specifically modeled in the Company's production cost model. Pursuant to Tariff Schedule 95, the Company includes proposed price changes by tariff rate schedule. Specifically, Rocky Mountain Power is proposing to recover $29.3million in total deferred net power costs, ECD adjustments and interest for the comparison period beginning December 1, 2010, through December 31, 2011, and through the amortization period of May 14, 2013. The Company states that this application is the first deferred NPC rate adjustment under the Tariff Schedule 95, which was approved, with an effective date of April 1, 2012. Rocky Mountain Power states it is not seeking to change the base NPC rate or the terms and conditions of Tariff Schedule 95. The proposed deferred NPC rate increase and percentage varies by rate schedule pursuant to the terms in Tariff Schedule 95. The Company is requesting that its proposed increase in its Wyoming rates be effective May 15, 2012, on an interim basis, subject to notice, protest, intervention, refund, opportunity for hearing and such other orders as the Commission may deem appropriate This is not a complete description of the application. Customers with questions about how the case could change their individual electricity bills should contact Rocky Mountain Power directly for further information. Interested persons may inspect the application during regular business hours at Rocky Mountain Power's Wyoming service centers located in Casper (Casper Service Center and Casper Region Office), Cody, Evanston, Laramie, Pinedale, Rawlins, Riverton, Rock Springs, and Worland, and at the Commission's offices in Cheyenne, Wyoming, during regular business hours. The application and its supporting testimony and exhibits may also be reviewed on the internet at htto://www.nacificoro.com. Anyone desiring to file a public comment, statement, protest, intervention petition or request for a public hearing in this matter must file with the Commission in writing on or before May 4, 2012. Intervention petitions and requests for a public hearing shall set forth the grounds on which they are made and the position and interest of the petitioner in this proceeding. If you wish to intervene in this matter or request a public hearing that you will attend, or you wish to file a public comment, statement, or protest, and you require reasonable accommodation for a disability, please contact the Commission at (307) 777-7427, or .write to the Commission at 2515 Warren Avenue, Suite 300, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002, to make arrangements. Communications impaired persons may also contact the Commission by accessing Wyoming Relay at 711. Please mention Docket No. 20000-410-EP-12 in your communications. Dated: April 4, 2012. Publish: April 12 & 19, 2012 Cowley liquor licen;e NOTICE OF RENEWAL OF RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE Notice is hereby given that on the 5th day of April, 2012, Amy G. Bowman, doing business as Waterhole #1 filed an application for re- newal of a Retail Liquor License in the Town Hall of Cowley, Wyoming for the following described place and premises to-wit: 30' X 60' room in the south portion of the building located at 91 East Main Street, Cowley, Big Horn County, Wyoming. Protests, if any there be against the issuance of such license will be heard at the hour of 6:45 p.m. on Tuesday, May 8, 2012 at the Town Hal! in Cowley, Wyoming Dated April 1, 2012 Lisa Woodis, Clerk/Treasurer Publish: April 12, 19, 26 & May 3, 2012 'I