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10 I The Lovell Chronicle I April 30, 2015 BY SAMSMITH the Majors game between Time to buy those pea- South Big Horn and the nuts and Cracker Jacks be- Cardinals at 4 p.m. at the cause the 2015 Big Horn Armory field. County Little League Base- The nightcap game will ball season will kick off Sat- be South Big Horn facing urday with opening day fes- the Indians at 7 p.m. at the tivities at the East Little Armory field. League Complex in Lovell. There is also a Majors League President Douggame between the Cardi- Arnold said Saturday's fes- nals and Indians tonight tivities will begin with the (Thursday) at 6 p.m. at the Hitters Challenge and the Armory field. Golden Arm Competition at Like last year, the 9 a.m. Team pictures will North Division will consist begin around 11 a.m. fol- of two Majors and five Mi- lowed by the raising of the nors teams, while the South flag ceremony, the Pledge Division will have two Ma- of Allegiance and the Little jors and two Minors teams. League pledge. North Division Ma- The first games of the jors teams this year are season will begin at 1 p.m. the Office Shop Cardinals, with the AMCOL Red Sox coached by Justin Moss, facing Otto and the Wilson Bill Pickett and Stacy Hor- Bros. Construction Tigers rocks, and the Cowley Lum- facing the South Big Horn ber Indians, coached by Ar- #1 team. Bob Pratt and his nold, Tobee Christiansen family will throw out the and Brandon Mangus. first pitch before the first In the Minors, north two Minors games at 1. teams are the Wilson Bros. Other games on Sat- Tigers, coached by Jeff urday include the TCT Samson and Jared Jarrett, West Angels vs. the Bank the Lovell Dental Dodgers, of Lovell Pirates and the coached by Ryan Mangus, Dodgers vs. the South Big the Bank of Lovell Pirates, Horn #2 team at the East coached by Steven Minemy- Field Complex at 3 p.m. er, the AMCOL Red Sox, Meadow Scheeler from coached by Kelly Spann and Big Horn Engraving will Shem McArthur, and the throw out the first pitch in TCT West Angels, coached honor of Larry Slater for by Shang Clendenen. Bighorn Martial BY SAM SMITH Seven students from the Big Horn Martial Arts Academy received trophies and medals from the Lone- wolf Taekwondo Tourna- ment in Powell on Satur- day, March 7, and at the Park's Taekwondo and Judo Tournament in Bill- ings Saturday, March 14. The students also attend- ed the Karlo Fujiwara Me- morial Tournament in Bill- ings on Saturday, April 18. The Academy also held a promotional exam for rank advancements at the Byron Recreation District Saturday for students who want to receive their next color belt. The instructors, who acted as the black belt testing panel for the pro- motional exam, were Bob Hunt and Stacy South- worth for Lovell, Vick- ie Prante for Byron and Dusty and Lynette Paul for Powell. Here are the results from the Powell and Bill- ings tournaments: Lonewolf Taekwondo Tourna- ment Amos Monterde: 3rd Sparring and 1 st Poomse Youth Green Belt Adnan Khan: 2nd Sparring and 2nd Poomse Youth Green Belt Jared Bates: 4th Sparring and 4th Poomse Youth Yellow Belt Kate Gossens: 4th Poomse Arts students competed well in Powell, Billings COURTESY PHOTO Competing at the Karlo Fujiwara Memorial Taekwondo Tournament on April 18 in Billings were Bighorn Martial Arts Academy members (back row, l-r) Bob Hunt, Ted Croft, Kate Gossens, Stacy Southworth, (front row) Eddie Croft, Jared Bates, Adnan Khan and Amos Monterde. Women's White Belt Park's Taekwondo and Judo Tour- Poomse Women's White Belt Ted Croft: 5th Poomse Men's Yellow nament Jared Bates: 1 st Sparring and 3rd Belt Tucker Prante: 1 st Sparring Teen Poomse Youth Yellow Belt Eddie Croft: 4th Poomse Youth (Under 18) Male Black Belt Eddie Croft: 4th Poomse Youth Yellow Belt Karlo Fujiwara Memorial Taekwon- Yellow Belt Tucker Prante: 1 st Sparring Teen do Tournament Tucker Prante: 1 st Sparring Teen (Under 18) Male Black Belt Kate Gossens: 1 st Sparring 4th (Under 18) Male Black Belt != i i Horn Coun Commissionem' April 7. 201F, minutes MINUTES OF THE BIG HORN COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING NAME: Big Horn County Commission TYPE: Regular Session PLACE: Big Horn County Courthouse Commissioner's Chambers DATE: April 7th, 2015 TIME: 9:00 AM Chairman: Jerold S. Ewen, Members present: John Hyde, Felix Car- rizales Others County Representatives: Lori Smallwood, County Clerk; List of attendees on file. The meeting was called to order at 9:00 AM by Chairman Ewen; followed by the Pledge of Allegiance led by Felix Carrizales. Chair- man Ewen recognized guests and presented the agenda, a motion was made by Hyde to accept the agenda as amended; the motion was sec- onded and carried. Willie Bridges - Pryor Mnt. Engineering & Road and Bridge: G. Flitner attended to present the ditch project he was working on to get water to pivots on his land. Flitner reported that boring under Beaver Creek Road in thfit location was not feasible because of rock issues. Bridges & Hovey confirmed the reports given by Flinter and recommended allowing the cut with global fill being used to replace the back fill to prevent settling. Bridges presented the Beaver Creek Road Cut permit and recommended approval. Hyde moved to approve the cut on Beaver Creek Road for G. Flitner with the fill stipulations set by the County Engineer. The motion was seconded and carried. Hovey reported that the Table Mountain gravel pit has been closed for the year and that excavation for the transfer station was underway. Hovey also reported that Road 26 and the Lower Nowood Road head- ed toward Tensleep were in the process of being crack sealed. Ewen thanked Hovey for the work that Road and Bridge is doing on the landfill construction project. Hovey presented permits on Sagebrush and Horseshoe Lane that had been approved at a meeting in March but missed signatures. Hovey presented and recommended approval of a utility permit for Road 16 1/2 (Mendez Bros.) Hyde moved to approve the utility on road 16 1/~ as presented, the motion was second- ed and carried. Carrizales talked about the water issues on the Seed Ranch Road and suggested a meeting between land owners, Bridges and Hovey to talk about moving/eliminating ditches and other water issues. Wam- beke reported on work in the North including 12 miles of crack seal- ing that is complete and ready for chipsealing. Bridges submitted the 30 year BLM 9-67 Right of Way Renew- al for approval and signature. Hyde moved to approve the renewal for 9-67 as presented, the motion was seconded and carried. Bridges summarized a concern received from MI SWACO on Davis Lane and their request for clarification on the right of way. Bridges stated that he had heard similar concerns from WYOBEN. Bridges requested permission to request a clarification letter on the right of way from the County Attorney. Ewen stated that if the County Attorney was okay with such a letter that was acceptable. Hyde stated he agreed with Ewen but didn't see the reason for such a letter. Bridges sug- gested that the County get with BLM to obtain rights of way on the BLM section at the upper end of Davis Lane and also the south end of Crystal Creek (Gun Barrel Road) to create a formal understanding of maintenance. Ewen agreed that this should be pursued sooner rather than later because BLM access continues to get more and more re- strictive. Hyde moved to proceed with an easement/right of way for Lane 33 and the Gun Barrel road that ties to Crystal Creek Road. The motion was seconded and carried. Bridges reported that traffic stud- ies will begin again within the week in the Burlington area. Hyde mentioned a complaint he received about the rail road crossing near Spence road and the potential hazard. Bridges stated that WYDOT has the authority over that private to public crossing change and due to the low traffic volume it isn't something they have been willing to address to date. Bridges also stated that Burlington Northern is not in favor of the change because of costs and changes in their line use. Bridges will follow up with WYDOT. Hyde shared a concern regard- ing a road near the Mickelson and Asay properties and whether or not it was abandoned. Bridges will check on this issue/concern and report back. Smallwood on behalf of Carl Meyer - Airport Manager: Small- wood presented the FAA agreement for transfer of Federal funds from Big Horn County to support a project in Big Piney and per Meyer recommended approval. Hyde moved to approve the transfer as pre- sented, the motion was seconded and carried. Carol Willard & Marquerite VanDyke-Deputy County Clerks: Willard and Van Dyke presented bills and payroll for approval. Hyde moved to pay the bills and payroll as presented, the motion was sec- onded and carried. ALSCO 88.16, AMERICAN WELDING & GAS INC. 178.78, AG- GREGATE INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY, INC 753.68, ARGERIS LAW OFFICE, LLC 2,500.00, ASCENTAVIATION GROUP, INC 60.00, DEL A TWOOD, JR 300.00, BASIN AUTO CARE 37.47, BASIN PHARMACY 1,301.63, BASIN REPUBLICAN RUSTLER 803.83, BASIN REPUBLI- CAN RUSTLER 80.00, TOWN OF BASIN 9,684.48, BIG HORN CO-OP MARKETING ASSN 34.00 BIG HORN CO-OP MARKETING ASSN 34.99, BIG HORN CO-OP MARKETING ASSN 337.03, BIG HORN ENGRAVING & SIGN 3,137.40, BLACKSTONE AUDIO, INC 128.00, BURLINGTON CAR CARE LLC 8.24 C & B OPERATIONS, LLC 91.27, CARQUEST AUTO PARTS 36.88, CHILDBIRTH GRAPHICS 876.82, CK HARDWARE 6.99, CENTURY LINK 37.43, CENTRAL DRUG SYS- TEM 340.00, CODERED TACTICAL 2,600.00, COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 196.00, COPENHAVER, KATH, KITCHEN 380.00 DONNA K CAPELLEN 100.80, WAYNE A. BIRD 1,200.00, Greene and Heinert gave an Overview of all three Chamber funding TOWN OF COWLEY 132.40, SUSAN DAVIS 15.00, DEMCO 1,277.44, requests for the upcoming year and reported on work done during the BELINDA DOVER 150.00, DYNATECT MANUFACTURING INC past year. B. Hawkins gave an overview of the Flight Museum activi- 1,581.94, FIRE PROTECTION & SAFETY 355.00, GALE/CENGAGE ties and donations received to date. Carrizales suggested more events LEARNING 22.74, GRETCHEN GASVODA KELSO 889.48, CHRIS- coordinated by the Chambers similar to the event with the Secretary TINA GREENFIELD 145.60, GRAINGER 268.16, GREYBULL STAN- of State. S. Jones talked about the Food Hub connection to the Cham- DARD 348.83, TOWN OF GREYBULL 233.00 GUMDROP BOOKS bers and work being done toward the food hub goal. Ewen asked 1,118.75, HALLMAN, HUNT & MICKELSON, PC 6,636.50, HEART about the meeting held in Cody regarding the food Co-op. Jones MOUNTAIN FARM SUPPLY 240.92, HONNEN EQUIPMENT CO. reported that a committee has been formed and is working on possi- 936.30, HUB-BHJ IN'PL MOUNTAIN STATES LTD 73.00, JOHN G. bilities. There was discussion about the school in Manderson being HYDE 626.17, I-STATE TRUCK CENTER 715.82, INBERG-MILL- converted into a Food Hub distribution center. ER ENGINEERS 50,376.44, INDUSTRIAL COMMUNICATIONS & Public Hearing for Renewal of B.H.C. Liquor Licenses: Small- ELECTR. 669.80, J&E, INC. 4,018.46, JOHN R. HALEY IV 1,005.20, wood presented the 2015-2016 Liquor Licenses for renewal. Black- KEELE SANITATION 147.00, CHRISTOPHER J KING, PC 50.00, burn had no issues for licenses being renewed and gave an overview LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC. 564.74, JESSICA LOEPER P.C. 600.00 of TIPPS training. Blackburn suggested following the example of LITTLE AMERICA 244.65, LOVELL CHRONICLE 30.00, LOVELL other counties that tie the training to renewals. By consensus the CHRONICLE 879.84, TOWN OF LOVELL 270.76, MICROMAR- Commission agreed with his suggestion and requested he research KETING LLC 39.99, MARK'S REFRIGERATION 1,566.60, MASTER- what was needed to begin that process. Blackburn will bring more CARD 3,657.61, MAYES BROTHERS LLC 52.00, MCINTOSH OIL TIPPS information to the next Commission meeting. Smallwood will COMPANY 4,324.20, SARAH N. MILES 150.00, MYRON MEREDITH investigate what other counties do regarding requirements for TIPPS 65.00, MILLER'S FABRICATION & CONST. 340.19, MINCHOW'S training for all servers. Deb Beard gave an overview of their 6 months SERVICE 8,224.19, MODERN PRINTING COMPANY 124.90, MON- in operation at Deb's Junction and expressed thanks to DeputyAngell TANA-DAKOTA UTILITIES 975.59, MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS, INC for his great service and watchful eye. Hyde moved to approve the li- 7,865.13, MOUNTAIN MOTOR SUPPLY 137.32, MURDOCH OIL, quor license renewals for the 2015-2016 year as presented. Discussion INC. 4,085.25, KAMI NEIGHBORS 110.00, NORCO 49.75 NORTH included acknowledgement that the Sheriff had done due diligence in BIG HORN SENIOR CITIZENS 324.00, O'REILLY AUTO PARTS reviewing the renewing entities and has no issues or concerns at this 1,096.58, THE OFFICE SHORE INC. 474.75, OVERLAND EXPRESS time. The motion was seconded and carried. MART 53.64, PARK COUNTY CLERK 17.40, THOS. Y. PICKETT Ewen asked Blackburn for an explanation of the requested van & COMPANY, INC 3,800.00, PITNEY BOWES-PURCHASE POW- donation to the Big Horn County Adolescent Program. Blackburn ER 520.99, THE PENWORTHY COMPANY 213.72 WILLIAM E. stated the van was not in saleable condition with a value of less than BRIDGES 4,067.50, QUILL CORPORATION 908.51, RECORDED $650 but would help the Adolescent Program immensely. Hyde BOOKS, INC 275.85, RIMROCK TIRE, INC 648.80, ROCKY MOUN- moved to approve the donation of the 1999 GMC Van to the Big Horn TAIN POWER 1,744.67, PEGGY ROHRER 142.50, S&H GLASS Basin Adolescent Program, the motion was seconded and carried. 176.00, SHERRI SCHELL 600.00, SCOTYSBLUFF COUNTY SHER- Blackburn gave an overview of the Northwest College Capstone proj- IFFS OFFICE 19.22, SECURITY STATE BANK - PEYI~ CASH 8.55, ect that built the boxes for the jail's honoree gardening project. Ewen SERLKAY PRINTING 169.00, SIMPSON, KEPLER & EDWARDS, asked Blackburn about his current use of the old weed and pest build- LLC 130.00, SIGNS OF SUTHERLAND 344.69, MAE SMITH 30.00, ing. Blackburn gave an overview of the buildings current utilization. SOUTH BIG HORN COUNTY HOSPITAL DIST 31.24, SOUTH BIG Smallwood presented remaining Old and New Business: Hyde HORN COUNTY HOSPITAL 1,230.70, STANLEY CONVERGENT moved to approve the contract with American Stewards of Liberty for SECURITY 4,350.00, STEPHENS-PECK, INC. 85.00, SUMMIT SUP- work with the Natural Resource Plan Steering Committee, the motion PLY CORP OF COLORADO 435.00, SUNSHINE OFFICE PROD- was seconded and carried. Smallwood presented the renewal funding UCTS 139.00,SYNERGY CONSTRUCTION 80,347.50, SYSCO FOOD award notice for the Public Health Susan Komen Foundation breast SERVICES 13,423.79, TASER INTERNATIONAL 192.45, TCT WEST, cancer awarermss grant. Hyde moved to accept the renewal funding, INC. 3,329.25 TCT WEST, INC. 1,565.04, MARLATAYLOR-THOMAS the motion was seconded and carried. Smallwood presented the 18.95, TITAN MACHINERY, INC 478.96, TRAVELING COMPUT- sales agreement contract with Pepsi for the Fair Grounds multi-pur- ERS, INC. 3,900.96, TRI COUNTY TELEPHONE ASSOC. 68.69, TY- pose building. Hyde moved to approve the contract as presented, the LER TECHNOLOGIES, INC 165.38 UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING motion was seconded and carried. 978.73, VALLEY HARDWARE 666.91, VERIZON WIRELESS 1,516.43, Becky Lindsey - B.H.C. Treasurer: CANCELLED WALKER'S SERVICE 52.90, FRED A. WERNER 76.99, WACO 300.00, Sue Taylor - Grow Big Horn County: Taylor reminded the Com- WYO DEP'E. OF HEALTH 254.00, WYOMING GAS 1,914.18, WYO- mission she needed input for the Grow Big Horn County action plan MING STATE LIBRARY 402.00, WYOMING SUPREME COURT and presented a form that was submitted to the area Chambers of 80.00, TRUDY CRAFT 737.97 MECHANICAL MASTERS 611.80 Commerce for their feedback as well. There was discussion regard- Smallwood presented Old and New Business: Resolution #11 ing action plan input. The Commission emphasized that cooperation was presented to make budget adjustments within various 2014-2015 among chambers and Grow Big Horn County is important and neces- department budgets. Hyde moved to approve resolution # 11 as pre- sary. Felix asked what the financial relationship was between Grow sented, the motion was seconded and carried. Smallwood presented Big Horn County & Big Horn County, Taylor explained there wasn't a letter to be sent to the Wy. Dept. of Revenue regarding the May 2014 one at this time. dissolution of the Shell Valley Water and Sewer District. Smallwood Smallwood presented Good of the County Items and Mail: Finan- presented minutes from March 7 & 21 meetings for approval. Hyde cial Statements: Serena Lipp - B.H.C. Clerk of District Court (March moved to approve the minutes as amended to correct a motion made 2015) Monthly Report(s) and prepared correspondence review:) Big by Carrizales instead of Hyde in the March 21st minutes, the motion Horn County Library Board Minutes (February, 2015); Big Horn Coun- was seconded and carried, ty Weed & Pest Minutes(February 2015); Byron Solid Waste Disposal Carolyn Walton-Library Foundation & Donna Cappellen-Big Dist. Minutes (February 2015)Bonds: Lisa Woodis-Town of Cowley Horn County Library: Ewen requested Walton give the Commission ($50,000); Tricia Aagard-Big Horn County School Dist. #1($75,000); an overview of the Library Foundation and the support they provide Paul Thur- Town of Greybull ($50,000); Clarajo Bennett-Town of Bur- the Big Horn County Library System. It was noted that the outstand- lington ($25,000); R. Wade Aagard - Town of Burlington ($20,000); ing issue on the McMurry Foundation grant had been resolved. Wal- Donna Booth - Town of Byron ($25,000); Audra Crouse - Big Horn ton gave an overview of the need to study a proposed Greybull Library County School Dist. #4 ($10,000); Todd James Denny-South B.H.C. expansion and the grant for that task. Walton explained that funding Hospital Dist. ($20,000);Mary LOu Perkins - Lovell Bench Drainage provided by the Library Foundation is not to be considered in the Li- Dist. ($1,000); Loretta Bischoff- Lovell Drainage Dist. ($1,000) ;David braries operating budgets. Carrizales asked who would have owner- Bishoff - Lovell Drainage Dist. ( $1,000); Scott Douglas Burnham - ship of the expansion if it proceeds. Walton clarified that it would be Lovell Drainage Dist. ($L000);Richard Russell-Big Horn Canal Irriga- the Town of Greybull and the County obligation would be for furnish- tion Dist. ($240,000); Bradford Tippetts (Commissioner & Secretary/ ings and such. Ewen asked about the operation of Friends of the Treasurer) - Sunlight Drainage Dist. ($1,000 & $1,000); Library. Walton explained how the Greybull Friends works, gave an Hyde moved to adjourn, the motion was seconded and carried. example of events they hold and support they provide to the Greybull Library. Cappellen gave an overview of the Lovell Friends projects STATE OF WYOMING ) and support. Cappellen stated that the Basin Friends is not currently running. Walton shared that the Friends is a way for library lovers to COUNTY OF BIG HORN ) feel connected and participating. Joy Hill - Land Planning: Hill presented the Land Planning re- I, Lori Smallwood, County Clerk and Ex-Officio of the Board of port. Hill presented a flood plain development permit for the Town of the County Commissioners, do hereby certify the above and forego- Lovell to rebuild their lift station at the sewage lagoons and recom- ing to be a full, true and complete copy of proceedings of the Commis- mended approval. Hyde moved to approve the permit for the Town of sion on April 7th, 2015 Lovell as presented, the motion was seconded and carried. Hill pre- sented a flood plain development permit for the Marathon Pipeline, Board of County Commissioners and gave an overview of the project: Bridges and Hill recommended Big Horn County, Wyoming a conditional approval requiring Army Corp of Engineer approval and /s/Jerold S. Ewen, Chairman SWIP (DEQ) action. Ewen asked how a spill would be addressed if /s/John G. Hyde, Member it occurred during removal of the old section of pipe. The permit was /s/Felix Carrizales, Member tabled until the DEQ could be consulted. Hill gave an update on the Natural Resource plan Steering Committee activities. Attest:/s Lori Smallwood, County Clerk, Clerk of the Board Barbara Anne Greene, Jackie Heinert, Bob & Becky Hawkins and Stanley Jones representing Local Area Chambers' of Commerce: Publish: April 30, 2015