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16 1 The Lovell Chronicle I May 22, 2014 Ri# Hom Countv Commiinnem' cont. NE OFFICE SUPPLY 317.82, SNELUS TIRE SERVICE, LLC 382.50, SOUTH BIG HORN COUNTY HOSPITAL 89.62, STANLEY CONVER- GENT SECURITY 2,745.00, SUPERIOR LAMP INC. 589.62, SYSCO FOOD SERVICES 19,353.19, TASER INTERNATIONAL 948.76, 360 OFFICE SOLUTIONS INC 151.78, TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO. 1,356.81, TRAVELING COMPUTERS, INC. 2,443.73, TYLER TECH- NOLOGIES, INC 157.50, VALLEY HARDWARE 90.92, VERIZON WIRELESS 1,293.43, WAVES WEB DESIGN 206.25, WYOMING STATE FORESTRY DMSION 7,404.67, WYOMING COUNTY TREASURERtS ASSN. 100.00, ZONE 4 GRAPHICS AND PRINTING 1,475.00 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF TOXICOLOGY 240.00 Becky Lindsey presented information from the Wyoming Health Fairs regarding a planned Health Fair to be held at the County in April. This date didn't work with the newly instituted wellness program and insurance deductible buy down plan. The discussion also included concerns regarding the poor efficiency of wellness assessments for new employees. The Commission requested that a letter be drafted to Wyoming Health Fairs regarding concerns. Grant reminded all of the April 30 ground breaking for the South Big Horn County Hospital at 3:00 PM on April 30th. Hyde moved to go to executive session to discuss personnel is- sues/policies, the motion was seconded and carried. The executive session was adjourned with no action taken. Lori Smallwood, Big Horn County Clerk- Old and New Busi- ness & Mail: Smallwood presented mail received for review. Ewen reviewed the conversation he had with Donna Capellen regarding serving as interim director for The Big Horn County Library System. Grant moved to appoint Donna Capellen as interim library director, the motion was seconded and carried. Smallwood will send her an ap- pointment letter. Ewen reported that at the library directors meeting all in attendance were happy with the idea to bring the library finances under the County. The Commission will consider an action on that idea at its April 15th meeting. Smallwood presented the library board applications for review. Interviews of all applicants will be scheduled for Monday 4/14/14 beginning at 2:30 pm. Smallwood presented the voting districts for Big Horn County with no changes since the 2012 general election. Grant moved to approve the voting districts as they were in the last election, the motion was seconded and carried. Public Hearing for Liquor License Renewals & Transfer: Small- wood presented liquor licenses for renewal and transfer. There was no public in attendance to comment. Grant moved to approve the liquor licenses as presented, the motion was seconded and carried. Cynthia Johnson - South Big Horn County Senior Center: John- son provided an update on the Center. There is a kitchen remodel scheduled to begin the first week of May. Meals will be served at the Elks Club during the 4-6 week remodel. In exchange for the use of the facility the old ovens from the center will be donated to the Elks. The remodel will include new appliances and flooring in the kitchen and dining room. Total cost of the project will be funded with the mill levy funds. Ewen asked what issues need to be addressed in the future, Johnson said heating and cooling are the biggest concerns. Smallwood presented additional Old and New Business Items: Smallwood shared that the Fair Board is interested in pursuing a WY- Ri Hom County CommLioners' DOT TEAL grant to relocate the parking lot and campgrounds and establish a highway rest area. By consensus the Commission agreed that this was not the time to take on another large project at the fair- grounds. Smallwood also asked for guidance for those interested in submitting projects to the Commission for consideration for potential Countywide Consensus Funding. The Commission requested a proj- ect overview and budget. Special Districts are requested to solicit the participation of related towns to share the funding burden with the county. Smallwood presented the Petition to Terminate Post-Closure Period for the Shell Landfill for approval and signature. Hyde moved to sign the Petition as presented, the motion was seconded and car- fled. Public Hearing for the Petition to Establish the North Big Horn County Museum District: Ken Fink gave an overview of the Lovell- Kane museum project and work with Plan One on the building de- sign. There was no public in attendance. The proposed boundaries will follow the North Big Horn County Hospital District. Hyde asked how the petition and project was received. Fink reported that most were in favor and the Senor community was very supportive because of wanting to preserve items and history of the area. The tax didn't seem a concern for many. Hyde moved to approve the petition to put the formation of the new special district on the 2014 Ballot. There was discussion that there is a 1 mil limit for this type of district. The motion seconded and carried. Kim Adams- Citizen: Adams attended the meeting to introduce herself, give her bar certifications and inform the Commission of her intent to run for County Attorney Ken Blackburn - Big Horn County Sheriffi Blackburn and Mi- chelle Burns gave an overview of the Title 25 process. Blackburn gave an overview of the one to one volunteer services that are provided at $14/15 per hour and the benefits to the program for hospitals, patients and the jail system. Blackburn requested permission from the Com- mission to pay $300 for a case that was not eligible for title 25 funding due to a paperwork oversight. Grant suggested that the expense be charged to the involuntary budget category and not the Sheriff's bud- get. The Commission will sign the voucher for these costs. Blackburn and Burns also gave an overview of the process they have used with the Children's Advocacy Project and the benefit it has been to Big Horn County in past situations. Blackburn expressed his strong support of CAP's request for funding. Bttrns was very sup- portive of this request as well and expressed the great savings it cre- ates for prosecution costs and the increased success rates. Heather Ross, Director - Children's Advocacy Project: Ross gave an overview of CAP services and how long they have been work- ing with Big Horn County, including the case loads for the county and across the state. Big Horn utilizes 5% of CAP time and CAP re- quested budget assistant equal to 1% of their total budget. CAP re- quested $3,000 support from Big Horn County. Ewen asked about interviewer training. Ross gave a summary of the qualifications re- quired and the over 1 year of on-site training before staff ever work with children directly. Hyde shared that the crimes that causes the need for these services are terrible and he thinks CAP can count on the County's support. Craig Pester = Caterpillar Salesman: Pester attended to intro- duce himself as Big Horn's new Cat salesman and provided informa- tion about his program to train operators on telemafics programs to help with efficiency. Joe Coyne - Community Builders: CANCELLED Sue Taylor at- tended and shared progress with the project and invited the Commis- sioners to a May 1st presentation and pledge drive meeting for Grow Big Horn County. Taylor explained they realize this is scheduled just ahead of the May 31 plan finalization but it was important to get bud- get requests out to towns and the county as budget planning began. Grant shared his view that tourism seems to be too big of an effort because of the seasonal and low wage jobs associated. Taylor said this work looks at wrapping it in with other things not just tourism on its own. Taylor stated that the Wild West Study will also be carried forward. Grant stressed the importance of loop routes and the trans- park highway. Taylor also stated that becoming a certified tourism county is being pursued with the State Department of Tourism. Donna Capellen: Big Horn County Library: Capellen presented the Library report. There was discussion about the library budget being handled at the County level and not by the library board/sys- tem. Ewen requested the topic be put on the next agenda for discus- sion and action. Capellen requested assistance with reissuing the cur- rent Mastercard with a new number and was instructed to contact the bank and they would call the County for authorization. Capellen also shared that the State Library said that when new director recruitment begins will they help with advertising and application review. Ewen thanked Capellen for taking the interim position. Good of the County - General Discussion: Smallwood present- ed Minutes and Reports: Byron Solid Waste (Jan 9 & Feb 13, 2014); Big Horn County LEPC (Feb. 2014)Bonds: Koleen Sponsel-Big Horn County School District #1 ($75,000); Richard Russell - Big Horn Ca- nal Irrigation District ($240,000); Audra Crouse - Big Horn County School District #4 ($10,000); Dondee Duncan, Treasurer/Secretary - Basin Recreation District ($20,000); Mary Lou Perkins - LoveU Drainage District ($1,000) Cancellation of Taxes: Alvin Catro, parcel 41-06-33-00117 Grant moved to adjourn; the motion was seconded and carried. STATE OF WYOMING ) COUNTY OF BIG HORN ) I, Lori Smallwood, County Clerk and Ex-Officio of the Board of the County Commissioners, do hereby certify the above and fore- going to be a full, true and complete copy of proceedings of the Com- mission on April 1, 2014 Board of County Commissioners Big Horn County, Wyoming /s Jerold S. Ewen, Chairman /s Keith M. Grant, Member /s John G. Hyde, Member Attest:/s Lori Smallwood, County Clerk, Clerk of the Board Published: May 22, 2014 MINUTES OF THE BIG HORN COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING NAME: Big Horn County Commission TYPE: Regular Session PLACE: BHC Courthouse Commissioner's Chambers DATE: April 15, 2014 TIME: 9:00 AM Chairman: Jerold S. Ewen, Members present: Keith Grant, John Hyde 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 ted by Keith Grant. Chairman Ewen recognized guests and presented the agenda. A motion was made by Grant to accept the agenda as amended; the motion was sec- onded and carried ...... ,,. i .,,:!i En#neerhlg/RoadanlBfidgei , Bridges presented mility' pet- mits for Montana Dakota Utility on road 13 and RT Communica- tions on Rairden Lane for approval. Bridges expressed some concern over how dose the MDU work will be to the gravel road however this is replacement of an old line and will be out further from the road way than the current line therefore he recommended approval. Grant moved to approve both permits as presented, the motion was second- ed and carried. Bridges shared the box culvert project on Road 5 near Lane 39 will not be done this spring because the irrigation water needs turned on now. Bridges reported that the private gravel pit own- er in Shell is willing to allow county access with a requested royalty payment that is higher than the 80.50 - $0.75 that is customary. Ewen asked what the landowner proposed but no rate was given. Bridges will inquire with another landowner before a decision is made. Ewen will make that initial landowner contact on the counties behalf. Ewen shared flood information from a meeting in Hyattville and relayed con- cerns about the Medicine Lodge Bridge. Ewen also reported that channel improvements were made below Beaver Creek Bridge by a private trackhoe. The improvements didn't reroute the water channel but the brush and such was cleaned out. The County will be billed for that hour or so of work. Bridges shared that the GreybuU River Road near Lane 40 needs to have some rip rap put in before high water arrives. Bridges suggests limestone rip rap. The ideal installation requires DEQ and Corp of Engineer permit which wouldn't happen before anticipated high water, so rip-rap material will be placed on the eroding riverbank. Carl Meyer, Airport Manager: Meyer presented the airport re- port. Due to a scheduling conflict Meyer will be unable to attend the Greybull Airport Water Project meeting in Casper with the Town of Greybull on May 7th. Bridges was asked to attend in his place. Meyer discussed county cost-match for airport projects being carried over from one year to the next. Meyer submitted an RFR for signature. Meyer requested an executive session to discuss potential litigation. Hyde moved to go to executive session, the motion was seconded and carried. The Executive session was adjourned with no action taken. Smallwood presented Old and New Business: Ewen asked for a motion to address filling the three open library board positions. Hyde moved to appoint Steven Harper for a 1 year board term, Ted Menke for a 2 year term and Mary Bair to serve a 3 year term, the motion was seconded and carried. Hyde shared that there were a lot of very good applicants and the Commissioners were all pleased to see the interest. Additional discussion included how the board will proceed with directions and orientation. Plans will be made for the State Library to come and do some training, the new board will meet soon to appoint their officers with that first meeting coordinated by the acting library director and the Big Horn County Commissioners. Ewen shared his most recent discussion with the librarians regarding moving library finances to the county. Grant moved to set up the pro- cess for the County to take care of the libraries finances, the motion was seconded and carried. An amendment was made to the motion to clarify the change will be effective July 1, 2014. Ewen requested Smallwood give an overview of the financial process to the new board and director. The Commissioner's scholarships were tabled until the May 7th meeting. Smallwood presented the bill of sale for the Cowley hangar for signature. Ewen shared information regarding the Basin Authority Board and a vacancy that needs appointed to replace Don Richards. Grant shared concern that Richards resigned due to a de- cision not to have financials reported to the Board. Ewen volunteered to serve on the Basin Authority. Grant seconded his nomination and Ewen was unanimously appointed. Ewen gave an overview of the need for a Substance Abuse Competing Application Review Committee and the requirement that a Commissioner serve on that committee. Hyde will serve on the review committee. Chris Weydeveld, FIREWISE: Weydeveld provided an overview of the current lean budget, outlining what has been done to keep the program running without cost match from the county. Weydeveld also shared that Big Horn County has been approved as a Ready Set Go Community, which means participation with the fire fighters association to stay up to date on technology and communications. Weydeveld requested approval to put together another round of applications but stated he needs a hard dollar match in order to be successful. A cost match of $27,000 in hard dollars is what he be- lieves needs to be committed to do the next phase of mitigation near, Greybull. Hyde suggested Weydeveld look into pre-disaster hazard mitigation through Homeland Security. Weydeveld will contact Jason Beal about that program. Graham gave an overview of the possible Big Horn River oxbow area acquisition from BE Weydeveld will talk to BP about the removal of vegetation. Ewen asked what needs done at this meeting and Weydeveld stated that he would like a match to include in grant applications. Hyde suggested that until we know what our budget is at the 1st of July it is hard to make a commitment. Ewen suggested 10% of the requested match might be possible. Hyde thanked Chris for the work that he does and expressed appreciation for how much has been accomplished. MarqueriteVanDyke and Carol Willard - Deputy County Clerks: VanDyke and Willard presented the bills and payroll for approval. Af- ter Commission review, Hyde moved to pay the bills and payroll as presented; the motion was seconded and carried. , :LORI SLWOOD 33.99, Af:SCO 44.08, AMERICAN- WE ING & GAS INC. 146.63, ASCENT AVIATION GROUP, INC:60.00; BASIN REPUBEICAN RUSTLER 30:00, BASIN REPUBLICAN RUS- TLER 72.00, BIG VALLEY BEARING & SUPPLY 270.13, BIG HORN CO FAIR QUEEN CONTEST 300.00, BIG HORN CO-OP MARKET- ING ASSN 11,026.56, FIRE PROTECTION DIST. #5 157.70, BIG HORN RURAL ELECTRIC CO. 467.37, BIG SKY STEEL & SALVAGE 283.80, BRUCO, INC. 190.80 BURLINGTON CAR CARE LLC 42.90, BULLDOGGER SERVICES, INC 1,495.29, CARDINAL HEALTH 411, INC 1,331.74, CARQUEST AUTO PARTS 1,580.21, CH2M HILL EN- GINEERS 2,500.00, CMI-TECO 48.49, BRIAN COE 37.50, COMMU- NICATION TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 410.50, COPENHAVER, KATH, KITCHEN 150.00, COMMUNITY BUILDERS, INC. 7,457.70, TOWN OF COWLEY 128.15, DAHL FUNERAL CHAPEL 1,203.00, DATA IMAGING SYSTEMS 893.30, DOUBLE R SERVICE, LLC 40.80 EDJE TECHNOLOGIES. INC 800.00, ELECTION SYSTEMS & SOFTWARE INC. 23,826.00, FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT #3 124.70, FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT #4 190.90, FIRE PROTEC- TION & SAFETY 348.00, NORMA FROST 105.00, GDA ENGINEERS 53,431.50, GREYBULL BUILDING CENTER 145.58, GREYBULL SADDLE & TACK 60.00, TOWN OF GREYBULL 233.00, HD FIL- TER CLEANING 88.53, VANGI HACKNEY 277.50, ROY HARPER 240.64, STEFAN F & TRACY A HARPER 3.25, KRISTINE HENLEY 75.00, HI MILE TIRE COMPANY 1,435.14, HONNEN EQUIPMENT CO. 590.46, HUB-BHJ INrpL MOUNTAIN STATES LTD 72.00, JOHN G. HYDE 266.22, INTERSTATE POWER SYSTEMS, INC. 715.12, KEELE SANITATION 135.00, KB COMMERCIAL PROD- UCTS 183.36 CHRISTOPHER J KING, PC 1,004.00, KRISJANSONS & MILES, PC 314.64, LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC. 349.45, LOVELL CHRONICLE 249.00, LINDA P MAYES 120.00, MARKETING SPE- CIALTIES, INC 1,756.01, MASTERCARD 5,061.97, THE MASTERWS TOUCH, LLC 2,370.00, CARL MEYER 52.64 SARAH N. MILES 150.00, MINCHOYv'S SERVICE 7,409.61, MONTANA-DAKOTA UTILITIES 399.98 MOTION INDUSTRIES 21.66, MOUNTAIN MO- TOR SUPPLY 409.85, MURDOCH OIL, INC. 7,185.34 NORMONT EQUIPMENT COMPANY 593.97, NORTH BIG HORN SENIOR CIT- IZENS 150.00 OIREILLYAUTO PARTS 984.14, THE OFFICE SHOP, INC. 1,216.60, OUTDOOR ENTERPRISES 300.00 OVERLAND EX- PRESS MART 348.49, PEI'ERSON QUALITY OFFICE FURNITURE 553.64, PITNEY BOWES POSTAGE BY PHONE 182.16, PITNEY BOWES 111.00, PRODUCI'ION MACHINE COMPANY 60.00, PUB- LIC DEFENDER 450.00, QUILL CORPORATION 905.27, RED AP- PLE SUPERMARKET 22.77, ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 2,061.90, RONIS FOOD FARM 47.55, RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DIST. #1 247.95, RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DIST. #2 541.50, S&H GLASS 1,675.00, SECURITY STATE BANK 177,980.11, SECURITY STATE BANK - PETTY CASH 24.09, SELBYS 175.73 SHOSHONE OF- FICE SUPPLY 51.70, SHOPKO STORE OPERATING CO, LLC 43.99 122625 SOUTH BIG HORN COUNTY HOSPITAL 2,950.44, SOUTH BIG HORN SENIOR CITIZENS 1,318.04, STEPHENS-PECK, INC. 85.00, WENDY PRESS SWEENY 76.06, TECHNICAL FORESTRY SERVICES 2,398.77, TCT WEST, INC. 6,577.38, TCT WEST, INC. 1,546.45, TCT WEST, INC. 13,040.49 TNT SPRINGS, INC. 360.74, TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO. 932.01, TRAVELING COMPUTERS, INC. 414.00,TRI COUNTYTELEPHONEASSOC. 68.54, U.S. POST- MASTER 360.00, VAISALA INC. 2,936.00, VALLEY HARDWARE 181.85, VIRIL ELECTRIC, INC 398.34, VERIZON WIRELESS 55.97 WALKER'S SERVICE 143.95, WHEELERrS IGA 93.51, WYOMING DEP'E. OFWORKFORCE SERVICES 1,113.68, WEX BANK 3,871.63, WYOMING GAS 4,525.57, WYOMING STATE BOARD OF PHAR- MACY 80.00, TRUDY CRAFT 107.67, PELLAWINDOWS & DOORS, INC. 260.00, MECHANICAL MASTERS 397.90 Lori Smallwood, Big Horn County Clerk- Old and New Business & Mall: Smallwood presented mail received for review and Transfer of Funds #5. Hyde moved to approve Transfer of Funds #5, the mo- tion was seconded and carried. Smallwood presented the minutes for March 18, 2014, Hyde moved to approve the minutes as presented, the motion was seconded and carried. Grant moved to send a letter to the BLM in support of their estray round up in favor of the permittees, the motion was seconded and carried. Smallwood presented Good of the County items: Financial State- ments: Dori Noyes, Big Horn County District Court Clerk (March, 2014); Ken Blackburn, Big Horn County Sheriff (March 2014); Big Horn County Clerk (March 2014) Monthly Report(s) and prepared correspondence review: Big Horn County Junior Livestock Sale Com- mittee Bylaws Minutes and Reports: Big Horn County Fair Board (March 2014); Big Horn County Weed & Pest (March 2014); Bonds: Sherri Wilkinson, Greybull Recreation District/Treasurer ($5,000); M Scott McColloch, South Central Cemetery District/Secretary-Trea- surer ($5,000); Darrell Horton, Greybull Valley Irrigation District/ Commissioner ($1,000); Paul Edward Thur, Town of Greybull/Ad- ministrator-Finance Officer ($50,000); Cynde M. Braten, Byron Solid Waste Disposal District/Assistant Treasurer (810,000) Public Hearing for Liquor License: Smallwood presented an ap- plication for a restaurant liquor licenses for U/C LLP (Wyoming High Country) There were no public in attendance to comment. Hyde moved to approve the restaurant liquor license for Wyoming High Country, the motion was seconded and carried. Gretchen Gasvoda-Kelso UW Extension: Kelso introduce May Smith the new Extension Director. Ewen welcomed her to Big Horn County. Smith gave an overview of her range management specialty and other areas of personal interest. Smith looks forward to work- ing with the Commission and Citizens on any education needs of the codnty.:!Ewe'sdpdOtlepot-6mxtension, lesha Cos- talez presented the.Moiath Bfttie Milixy'Child Proclamation, and gave an overview of the month and associated activities. Costalez stated that there are approximately 5,000 military children living in Big Horn County. Ewen shared his view that military families serve too. Hyde move to accept and sign the Month of the Military Child proclamation, the motion was seconded and carried. Kelso gave an overview of their ability to receive a work study student for the sum- mer and requested Commission approval of that plan. By consensus the Commission approve a work study student. Joy Hill, Land Planning: Hill presented the Land Planning report and a declaration to vacate an amended plat for Bob Getzfried of the Greybull area. Hyde moved to approve the declaration to vacate the amended plat and revert back to the original plat, the motion was sec- onded and carried. Smallwood presented amendment #1 to the Public Health Nurse MOU which extends the current agreement to October 1, 2014 as pre- viously approved by the Commission and WY Department of Health. Hyde moved to approve the agreement, the motion was seconded and carried. Donna Capellen: Big Horn County Library: Capellen presented the Libra/y report and bills to be paid. Carolyn Walton presented a check from the Wyoming Community Foundation for the Tween Teen remodel at the Basin Library. Walton requested clarification on grant term compliance and expenditures. It was also discussed that unan- ticipated income for this project should have been advertised. There was discussion about the audiobooks donation from the Library Foun- dation and need for clarification on the distribution of those funds. The Library Foundation requested an accounting of the funds. Ewen asked for clarification of the control of those funds. Walton asked for clarification on how satellite patron requests for andiobooks are processed. The State Library instructed that they will help with stum- bling blocks as the new board and director are put in place. Walton expressed a sense of competitiveness between the branches and con- cern about the transparency of funds. Mary Flitner expressed her desire to clarify that a new board understand that the Foundation and Friends money is not a part of the library budget. Ewen thanked Wal- ton for her work with the Foundation. Ewen requested information on Frannie and Deaver costs. Capellen clarified there is no operation cost and those branches pay a librarian time anduse older computers as newer ones are placed in the larger branches. Ewen clarified his request was informational only. Ewen informed Capellen that a new board has been appointed. Capellen will coordinate board training with the Commission and new board members. Ken Blackburn, B.H. C Sheriff & Becky Lindsey, B.H.C. Treasur- er: Blackburn gave an overview of the request that search and rescue be allowed to create a vehicle savings account that would be funded by the sale of old vehicles and unspent budget funds. The idea is that newer vehicles are needed and this is a way to plan and save for them. Hyde asked what sort of precedence this might set and shared his disapproval of allowing carryover. Blackburn explained how the use it or lose it concept creates issues. Ewen agrees with the equipment savings idea. Blackburn requested approval of the sale of the truck and keeping those funds in the trusting agency account. The Com- mission agreed by consensus. Hyde moved to go to executive session for personnel and policy issues, the motion was seconded and carried. The executive session was adjourned with no action taken. Hyde moved to adjourn the regular session meeting STATE OF WYOMING ) COUNTY OF BIG HORN ) I, Lofl Smallwood, County Clerk and Ex-Officio of the Board of the County Commissioners, do hereby certify the above and fore- going to be a full, true and complete copy of proceedings of the Com- mission on April 15, 2014 Board of County Commissioners Big Horn County, Wyoming /s Jerold S. Ewen, Chairman /s Keith M. Grant, Member /s John G. Hyde, Member Attest:/s Lori Smallwood, County Clerk, Clerk of the Board Published: May 22, 2014