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10 I The Lovell Chronicle I May 30, 2013 PlJblic notices Horn County ( nmmi ; ;inner's minutes. March 19. 2013 FINAL MINUTES OF THE BIG HORN COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING for March 19, 2013. Type of Meeting: Regular; Race: Big Horn County Courthouse; Time: 9:00 a.m. Chairman: Jerold S. Ewen; Members Present: Keith Grant, Thomas S. Hinman. Other County representatives: County Clerk Lori Smallwood, Deputy County Clerk Wendy Thulander Others present at various times: Karla Pomeroy, Basin Republican Rustler. List of attendees filed in County Clerk's office. Meeting was called to order at 9:00 a.m., by Chairman Ewen; followed by the Pledge of Allegiance led by Thomas Scotty Hinman. Chairman Ewen recognized guests. Motion to approve the agenda as amended was made by Grant and seconded by Hinman. Motion passed unanimously. Gwen Nelson, Captain Jolley, Rod Wambeke, Shannan Hovey, and Fred Werner reported finding from their research that putting the county's fuel use out for bid would save approximately $12-$15,000 per year. There would be a $16,000 cost for cardtrol and pump installation, which would be paid for in savings in approximately two years. Chairman Ewen suggested more research to estimate maintenance costs and to also look into the cost of leasing fuel handling equipment. William Bridges, Pryor Mountain Engineering; Rod Wambeke and Shannan Hovey, BHC Road and Bridge Foremen; and Carl Meyer, Airport Manager: Hovey's crew installed a culvert in Burlington and crushed gravel in Hyattville. Hovey said Trapper Creek Road had a little over a mile of road that is not in good shape but after theground stabilized he will continue to work on it. Wambeke's crew has been working on Road 5, repairing equipment, and preparing to start crack sealing. Bridges asked Wambeke to crack seal Lane 2 1/2, Lane 13, and Road 12 1/2. Bridges said WYDOT is rebuilding S. 32 South of Lovell and had inquired about installing cattle guards in the approaches of County roads Lane 13 and Lane 12. Wambeke recommended against installation of the cattle guards and both he and Bridges agreed. Motion to send WYDOT a letter requesting that no cattle guards be installed on these roads was made by Grant and seconded by Hinman. Motion passed unanimously. Bridges will prepare a letter and bring it to the Commission to sign. Bridges recommended three utility permits for approval. Motion to approve a permit to install a waterline line for Gregory Dodd in Cowley and a permit for Lewis McSherry on County Road 11 1/z for a drainage ditch was made by Grant and seconded by Hinman. Motion passed unanimously. Motion to approve an application for work on Road 52 was made by Grit and seconded by Hinman. A recommendation was made to place language in the permit which will require the landowner to keep water from their sprinkler off of the road. Bridges will work with the County Attorney to put the proper language in the permit. Motion passed unanimously. Bridges reported that Road 11 south of Lovell was straightened and needs to be re-platted. Bear Creek Road: Bridges reported that the BLM's master plat does not show an easement for a short section of the road and he will prepare a Proclamation for the next meeting. Chairman Ewen inquired about the County's responsibility for air quality relating to dust. Bridges said he will check on it. Carl Meyer, Airport Manager, asked about the possibility of selling gravel left-over from the runway project to the Road & Bridge since Grant assurances require the value to stay at the Airport. By consensus the Commission agreed to have Carl Meyer proceed with putting this together. Meyer, and Rick Patton, GDA Engineers, presented an update to the Airport Capital Improvements Plan and the South Airport Master Plan. The process was explained and information provided about the treatment of environmentally sensitive Airport features. This information will be available on GDA Engineer's website. By consensus the Commission agreed to have Meyer proceed with the next phase of the plan. Meyers presented (2) RFR's to the State for improvements at the Airports and (2) RFR's for Construction Programs # 4 & # 9 for reimbursement. Chairman Ewen signed. Two Seal Coat Projects: Meyers recommended moving forward with seal coat projects at both airports. The Commission agreed by consensus to proceed with both seal coat projects. Meyer will bring more info to the next meeting. The monthly Airport report was placed on file. 10:59: Chairman Ewen called for a break; resumed regular session at 11:07. Accounts Payable: Marquerite Van Dyke (Carol Willard was out of the office) presented the current County bills and payroll for Dossie Overfield, District Manager of Northwest Rural Water approval. ALCOPRO 220.00/ALSCO 42.13/AMERICAN WELDING District, met with the Commission to conduct a Public Meeting & GAS INC. 247.28/AMERICAN COUNCIL ON CRIMINAL 356.00 to accept comments addressing a Petition for Enlargement to the /B&G INDUSTRIES LLC 83.43/BASIN REPUBLICAN RUSTLER District. No public was present for the Hearing. Motion to approve 160.00/BIG HORN CO-OP MARKETING ASSN 11,792.87~FIREthe Petition for Enlargement of the District was made by Gran___At and PROTECTION DIST. #5 101.08/BIG HORN RURAL ELECTRIC seconded by Hinm.____~. Motion passed unanimously. CO. 477.23~BIG SKY STEEL & SALVAGE 221.05/BURLINGTON 2:25: Chairman Ewen called for a break; resumed regular session CAR CARE 61.70/BULLDOGGER SERVICES, INC 6,850.00/ at2:44. MICHELLE M. BURNS 25.48/TERESA MARIE CALDWELL 648.00/ Becky Lindsey, County Treasurer, presented Forest Reserve CK HARDWARE 191.89/CMI-TECO 159.80/CODERED TACTICALResolutionNo. 17 2012-2013 for approval. Motion to approve was made 283.63/COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 120.00/ by Hinman and seconded by Grant______. Motion passed unanimously. COPENHAVER, KATH, KITCHEN 150.00/KIMBERLY S COWAN Scott Hecht, JJ Bunkirt, Attorney Scott McColloch, and Becky 100.78/TOWN OF COWLEY 112.40/CRUM ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. Lindsey, Treasurer, met to discuss the Schneider Oil lease and 26.96/DALLAS MIDWEST, INC 93.90/DATA IMAGING SYSTEMS the disposition of oil properties, equipment, and back taxes. The 525.63/DELUXE BUSINESS CHECKS & SOLUTIONS 765.62/ Commission agreed by consensus to have Scott Hecht pursue the DOUBLE R SERVICE 164.13/MARIA LISA EASTMAN 112.34/ Schneider Lease. JERRY EWEN 898.35/FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT #3 81.36/FIRE John Hyde, County Emergency Manager, requested an Executive PROTECTION DISTRICT #4 389.88/FIRST BANKCARD 80.97/FIRE Session. At 3:45 a motion for Executive Session to address a personnel PROTECTION & SAFETY 430.00/FOX VALLEY SYSTEMS, INC issue was made by Hinman and seconded by _Grant. Motion passed 283.29/GRETCHEN GASVODA KELSO 112.90/GDA ENGINEERS unanimously. The meeting was reconvened to regular session at 4:15. 42,857.00/HD FILTER CLEANING 24.32/VANGI HACKNEY 178.99/ Motion to accept John Hyde's resignation, with regret, as ROY HARPER 42.61/HONNEN EQUIPMENT CO. 2,128.34/I-STATE Emergency Management Coordinator, effective July 8, 2013, was TRUCK CENTER 1,264.85/IAPE 50.00 /KEELE SANITATION made by Grant and seconded by Hinman. Motion passed unanimously. 135.00/KRISJANSONS & MILES, PC 265.00/LAWSON PRODUCTS, Hyde was told by the Commission that his outstanding performance INC. 251.93 /LEXIS NEXIS 524.00/LINCARE, INC 173.17~LOCAL as EMC is greatlyappreciated. GOVERNMENT LIABILITY POOL 47,163.00/LOVELL CHRONICLE FOR THE GOOD OF THE COUNTY AND FOR GENERAL 270.00/MARK'S REFRIGERATION 237.00/MASTERCARD 2,784.60/ DISCUSSION- MAYES BROTHERS LLC 1,841.29/MIDWAY AUTO SALES Consider the following: 1,575.00/SARAH N. MILES 150.00/KRISTY MICHAELS 30.00/ * Financial Statements: Lori Smailwood, Big Horn County MINCHOW'S SERVICE 7,354.95/MINCHOW'S FOOD COURT Clerk -Statement of Earnings and Collections (February 98.74/MONTANA-DAKOTAUTILITIES11.60/MOUNTAINMOTOR 28, 2013); Kenneth G. Blackburn, Sherriff-Statement SUPPLY 165.98/MURDOCH OIL, INC. 1,150.96/N-COMPLIANCE of Earnings and Collections (February 28, 2013); Dori SAFETY SERVICES, INC. 1,125.00/NORTH BIG HORN HOSPITAL Noyes, Clerk of District Court-Statement of Earnings and 35.00/NORTH BIG HORN SENIOR CITIZENS 150.00/NORTH Collections (February28, 2013). BIG HORN SENIOR CITIZENS 833.33/THE OFFICE SHOE INC. * Monthly Report(s) and prepared correspondence review: 230.66/OVE~AND EXPRESS MART79.73/PITNEYBOWES 93.33/ * Minutes and Reports, Misc.: Byron Solid Waste Minutes PUBLIC DEFENDER 450.00/QUILL CORPORATION 727.91/RED (Feb. 14, 2013); Big Horn County Weed & Pest Minutes APPLE SUPERMARKET 15.70/JOHN E REID & ASSOCIATES INC (February, 2013); Big Horn County Weed & Pest 1,100.00/ROCKY MOUNTAIN OILFIELD SERVICES, 1,837.32/ Supervisor's Report (February, 2013); Big Horn County Fair ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 68.95/ROCKY MOUNTAIN Board Meeting Minutes (February, 2013). MIDDLE SCHOOL 35.75/RON'S FOOD FARM 26.99/FRANKIE * Bonds; Misc.: Cannon Doyle McKim/Commissioner, Big ROHRER 135.00/RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DIST. #1 209.09/ Horn Canal Irrigation District-Ten Thousand Dollars and SAINT VINCENT HEALTHCARE 355.26/SELBY'S 269.54/DALLEN 00/100 ($10,000.00); Aubrey Wills/Commissioner, Big Horn SMITH 48.99/SOUTH BIG HORN COUNTY HOSPITAL DIST Canal Irrigation District-Ten Thousand Dollars and 00/100 2,500.00/SOUTH BIG HORN COUNTY SEARCH & RESC 191.79/ ($10,000.00); Rodney L. Crosby/President-Commissioner, SOUTH BIG HORN SENIOR CITIZENS 1,418.65/SPENCER FLUID Sidon Irrigation District-Fifty Thousand Dollars and 00/100 POWER 1,878.58/SWEETWATER RECLAMATION, LLC 21,600.00/ ($50,00.00); Tyler Gene Davison/Commissioner, Deaver TECHNICAL FORESTRY SERVICES 3,933.60/TCT WEST, INC. Irrigation District-Two Thousand Five Hundred Dollars 5,892.29/TCT WEST, INC. 1,515.13/TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT and 00/100 ($2,500.00); John E. Wambeke/Commissioner, CO. 588.50/TRAVELING COMPUTERS, INC. 7,490.87~TYLER Deaver Drainage District-Two Thousand Five Hundred TECHNOLOGIES, INC 150.00/ULTRAMAX 2,883.00/VALLEY Dollars and 00/100 ($2,500.00); Dustin Rueter/ HARDWARE 209.82/WAE4-HA ATT: JESSICA GLADSON 90.00/ Commissioner, Deaver Irrigation District-Two Thousand WELCH FAMILY DENTISTRY 252.00/WHEELER'S IGA 298.75/ Five Hundred Dollars and 00/100 ($2,500.00); Rick James WRIGHT EXPRESS FSC 3,673.02/WYOMING ASSOCIATION OF Campbell/Commissioner, Deaver Irrigation District-Two FAIRS 50.00/WYO DEPT. OF HEALTH 333.00 /WYOMING GAS Thousand Five Hundred Dollars and 00/100 ($2,500.00). 4,933.62/WYOMING STATE FORESTRY DMSION 7,514.62/ * Cancellation of Taxes: if any. WYOMING COUNTY TREASURER'S ASSN. 100.00/NICK LEWIS At 4:20 p.m., Grant moved to adjourn, seconded by Hinman. and the 179.44/B&B REALTY 150.00/MECHANICAL MASTERS 3,953.30. motion carried. The Board will meet in regular session on April 3, 2013. Motion to approve the bills and payroll was made by Hinman and STATE OF WYOMING ) seconded by Grit. Motion passed unanimously. ) Commissioner Grant reported on the WCCA Directors meeting. COUNTY OF BIG HORN ) 12:00: Motion to adjourn for lunch was made by Grant and seconded by Hinman. Motion passed unanimously. The meeting was . I, Wendy Thulander, Deputy County Clerk/Executive Assistant, reconvened at 1:00 p.m. and Lori Smallwood, County Clerk and Ex-Officio of the Board of the Lori Smallwood presented draft Minutes of December 8th , County Commissioners, do hereby certify the above and foregoing to December 15~, December 18th for approval. Motion to approve the be a full, true and complete copy of proceedings of the Commission draft Minutes as amended was made by Grant and seconded by on Hinman. Motion passed unanimously. Board of County Commissioners Joy Hill, Land Planner, reported on the FEMA Flood Risk report, Big Horn County, Wyoming subdivisions, the building plans, Planning and Zoning's February's /s Jerold S. Ewen, Chairman , .,~'~ ,~ Minutes, and general business regarding the increase in septic /s Keith M. Grant, Member .... installation applications. /s Thomas S. Hinman, Member Land Planning Report was on file. Attest: /s Lori Smallwood, County Clerk, Clerk of the Board Sgt. Major Mike Laird, Wyoming National Guard, and Robin Attest: /s Wendy Thulander, Deputy County Clerk/Executive Gorsuch, WYNG State Youth Coordinator, presented a proclamation Assistant to BHC Commissioners. declaring April as The Month of the Military Child. Motion to sign the proclamation was made by Hinman and seconded by Gran____At. Motion Publish: May 30, 2013 passed unanimously. Horn Cnun Commi ; ;ioner minutes. April 2. 2013 FINAL MINUTES OF THE BIG HORN COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING for April 2, 2013. Type of Meeting: Regular Place: Big Horn County Courthouse; Time: 9:00 a.m. Chairman: Jerold S. Ewen; Members Present: Keith Grant, Thomas S. Hinman. Other County representatives: County Clerk Lori Smallwood, Deputy, County Clerk Wendy Thulander Others present at various times: Karla Pomeroy, Basin Republican Rustier. List of attendees filed in County Clerk's office. Meeting was called to order at 9:00 a.m., by Chairman Ewen; followed by the Pledge of Allegiance led by Keith Grant. Chairman Ewen recognized guests. Motion was made by Hinman and seconded by Grit to approve the agenda as amended. Motion passed unanimously. William Bridges, Pryor Mountain Engineering; Rod Wambeke and Shannan Hovey, BHC Road and Bridge Foremen; and Carl Meyer, Airport Manager: Bridges presented resolution. Motion was made by Hinman and seconded by Grant to approve Resolution #18 A Resolution of the Board of Big Horn County Commissioners, Accepting, Approving and Authorizing the Extension of County Road 327 Bear Creek Road as a County Road located within Big Horn County, Wyoming. Motion passed unanimously. Bridges reported on the following: Trapper Creek: The end of the road had been determined, and didn't know why the County needs to maintain down to the end of the road, but instead might consider vacating that part of the road and end the County road at the gate. By consensus the Commission agreed to have Bridges move forward in drafting the necessary documents to vacate that portion of the road. Road 5: Handouts were provided to the Commission to review the project costs for deciding whether to complete, or end, the project due to the expense to complete the project. Bridges said completion of the project will increase the safety of the road~ Commission agreed consensus to finish the project. Bridges presented a utility permit. Motion was made by Grit and seconded by Hinman to approve the Northwest Rural Water District Utility Permit for Road 11. Motion passed unanimously. Hovey reported that his crew finished the gravel project in the town of Hyattville. He said they will start crack sealing today. Hovey reported the research he did on the diesel bids indicate the 3-4 month contracts are the best. The Commission said they will wait to hear what Fred Werner finds out fi'om his research before making a decision. Wambeke reported that the crushing went quickly. He said he was getting Sand Hill ready for work by the 15th, and the South-end crew will help on that project. Bridges reported the remodel for the Land Planning's new windows installation yesterday, and work will begin on the Engineer's Office soon. He said four more outlets will be needed, but he will look into another bid because he felt the current price of $1,700 was too much to pay for four additional outlets. Otherwise, he said the project was on schedule. Carl Meyer, Airport Manager, advised the Commission he had been consulting with the County Clerk and County Treasurer regarding the establishment of an Airport Reserve Fund so any revenues generated above operational costs, as well as prior year's budgeted funds for each airport would be placed in the reserve fund. Motion was made by Grant and seconded by Hinman to re-create a cash reserve fund for the Airport Department so any carryover funds will be put into the fund. Motion passed unanimously. Meyers handed out a spreadsheet for budget review of airport projects. Meyers recommended buying chip seal for County roads at the Airports then those monies will go to the Airport Budget. By consensus the Commission agreed Meyers should pursue looking into that project. Airport Report: The monthly report was placed on file. 10:00: Chairman Ewen called for a break; resumed regular session at 10:10. Accounts Payable: Marquerite Van Dyke and Carol Willard presentation. presented the Current Big Horn County bills and payroll for 11:40: Motion was made by Hinman and seconded by _Grant to approval. ALSCO 42.13/BASIN REPUBLICAN RUSTLER 792.00 adjourn for lunch. Motion passed unanimously. The meeting was /BASIN REPUBLICAN RUSTLER 28.00/TOWN OF BASIN reconvenedatl:00p.m. 4,476.10/THOMAS L. BENNE'FF, MD 1,580.00/BIG HORN CO-OP Maria Eastman, Grants, had nothing to present for signature. MARKETING ASSN 102.17/BIG HORN COUNTY SOLID WASTE Other discussion was presented by Chris Weydeveld, Brian Russell, DIST. 24.96/BIG HORN COUNTY WEED & PEST CONTROL and Brent Godfrey regarding updates on the Firewise Program. 217.05/LINDA BOYCE 3,244.47/JANE CHAVIRA 51.98/CMI-TECO The Forestry Division requested a supplemental grant request 78.98/CENTURY LINK 35.72/COMMERCIAL SERVICE HVAC from Big Horn County and reviewed the Firewise budgets with the 335.90/CONSOLIDATED PLASTICS COMPANY, INC. 74.45/ Commissioners. The Commission discussed the current additional COUNTY CLERK 5.00/COVENANT INSURANCE GROUP INC. restrictions to Big Horn County's budget, and recommended that the 1,650.00/KIMBERLY S COWAN 29.99/WAYNE A. BIRD 1,200.00/ Firewise budget be reviewed again and some additional revisions be DELL FINANCIAL SERVICES 430.45/DIBBLE INSTITUTE 92.24/ made their budget. FIRE PROTECTION & SAFETY 630.50/FORENSICS LIMITED, Brent Godfrey, presented the final AOP for signature. Motion was LLC 160.00/GARY'S VACUUM & STAMPS 63.70/GENESIS LAMP made by Grant and seconded by Hinman to sign the 2013 Wildland CORP 76.77/TOWN OF GREYBULL 233.00/HASCO INDUSTRIAL Fire Management Annual Operating Plan, Wyoming State Forestry SUPPLY 6,395.00/STEFAN F & TRACY A HARPER 153.44/DEMAR Division, District #3 (Big Horn, Fremont, Hot Springs, Park and DAVID HILL 1,000.00 /JOHN G. HYDE 71.84/INLAND TRUCK Washakie Counties). Motion passed unanimously. PARTS COMPANY 1,340.32/CHRISTY ANN JOLLEY 30.00/ Lori SmaUwood, County Clerk, presented liquor licenses for KB COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS 424.79/LAWSON PRODUCTS, signature. Chairman Ewen recommended asking Sheriff Blackburn INC. 16.79/LOVELL CHRONICLE 154.00 /TOWN OF LOVELL to review also. Item was tabled for next Agenda. 174.94/MASTERCARD 1,199.72/THE MASTER'S TOUCH, LLC Joy Hill, Land Planner, reported on the following: 3,168.00/MAXWELL PRODUCTS, INC. 23,685.48/MCINTOSH OIL Land Planning Department submitted a request for COMPANY 6,686.20/M. SCOTI" MCCOLLOCH 1,500.00/MILLER'S LEPC grant funding to cover the purchase of a new plotter; FABRICATION & CONST 131.78/MINCHOW'S SERVICE 1,549.13/ Coble Subdivision was near completion; MONTANA-DAKOTAUTILITIES972.03/HILLARYG. MULLEY58.60 The installation of the windows for her office started today; /CATHY J MUNIS 206.04/KAMI NEIGHBORS 268.70/ORIENTAL Finally the Land Planning Department's benefits line TRADING COMPANY 74.28/THE OFFICE SHOE INC. 1,147.75/ had been inaccurately budgeted for several years thus PARK COUNTY CLERK 27.76/CRYSTAL PETRICH 962.50/PETE resulting in exceeding that line for this Fiscal Year. DEHAAN ELECTRONICS 590.00/THOS. Y. PIC~& COMPANY, Land Planning Report was presented and placed on file. INC 3,800.00/WILLIAM E. BRIDGES 22,401.35/PURCHASE POWER Kim Cowan, Public Health, addressed the concerns and current 200.00/QT TECHNOLOGIES 108.00/QUILL CORPORATION status of the Public Health Department in the County. Cowan also 1,303.57/RAMS HEAD FINANCIAL SERVICES 50.00/RED APPLE requested the Commission to fill out the survey regarding the Big SUPERMARKET 115.65 /RIVERBEND PLUMBING & HEATING HornCountyPublicHeatthNursingandreturnitiftheyhadn'talready 492.50/ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 36.54/RON'S FOOD FARM because it helps them evaluate and improve their program. Big Horn 48.19/RANDY L. ROYAL 120.00/COLEEN SCHEELER 47.13/ County Public Health Report was presented and placed on file. SECURITY STATE BANK - PE'TI'Y CASH 35.38/SUSAN SILER Lori Smallwood, County Clerk presented notice of hearing and 46.00/DALLEN SMITH 82.64/SPENCER FLUID POWER 144.63/ transfer of funds. Motion~ was made by Hinman and seconded by STEPHENS-PECK, INC. 85.00/SUN RIDGE SYSTEMS, INC Grant to accept the Notice of Hearing (NOF #6, 2012-2013) March 28, 50,000.00/TCT WEST, INC. 100.61/TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO. 2013 and approve Resolution 2013-2013 TF #7 (April 2, 2013). Motion 563.99 /TRAVELING COMPUTERS, INC. 964.93/TRI COUNTY passed unanimously. TELEPHONE ASSOC. 69.55/TYLER TECHNOLOGIES, INC 150.00/ 2:04:Chairman Ewen called for a break; resumed regular session UPBEAT INC. 123.89/U.S. POSTAL SERVICE POSTAGE-BY-PHON at 2:30. 300.00 /VALLEY HARDWARE 64.25/VERIZON WIRELESS 364.79/ ChairmanEwenpresentedthenextitemforpurposeofdiscussion WAVES WEB DESIGN 220.00/WHEELER'S IGA 4.99/WYOMING was Park County's protest to Big Horn County's expansion of landfill DEPT OF HEALTH 34.00/BARCO PRODUCTS COMPANY 1,282.16. with mitigation in Casper, Wyoming next week to discuss and DEQ to Motion was made by Hinman and seconded by Grit to approve Facilitate. 2:31: Motion was made by Hinman and seconded by Grit the bills and payroll. Motion passed unanimously, to go into Executive Session regarding possible litigation issues. Sue Taylor, Lovell Inc., reported that she would like to attend the Motion passed unanimously. The meeting was reconvened to regular SLIB meeting and indicated that Leah Bruscino was willing to pay 1/2 session at 3:40. No action necessary from the Executive Session. of her expenses. Taylor requested the County pay the other 1/2 of her John Frentheway, Big Horn CountyAssistantAttorney, requested expenses which amounts to $275.00. Motion was made by Grant and an Executive Session to discuss a complaint received from the Town seconded by Hinman to support the travel expense, which is not to of Byron's Mayor regarding the Recreation District. 3:50: Motion was exceed $272.22, for traveling to Cheyenne to attend the SLIB meeting, made by Hinman and seconded by Grant to go into Executive Session Motion passed unanimously, regarding possible litigation issues. Motion passed unanimously. Taylor said the Mayor's meeting was scheduled for April 25th in The meeting was reconvened to regular session at 4:09. No action Lovell at the Annex at 6:00 p.m., and would like the Commissioners necessary from the Executive Session. to attend. FOR THE GOOD OF THE COUNTY AND FOR GENERAL Big Horn County Commission requested an Executive DISCUSSION- Session.10:59: Motion was made by Grant and seconded by Hinman Consider the following: to go into Executive Session regarding Personnel issues. Motion Financial Statements: None at this time. passed unanimously. The meeting was reconvened to regular session * Monthly Report(s) and prepared correspondence review: at 11:32. No action taken from the Executive Session. None at this time. The Commission presented Certificates of Recognition for * Minutes and Reports, Misc.: Big Horn County LEPC Achievements with the National Rodeo Events in 2012 to Dean Minutes draft and approved (Feb. 2013). Schlattman, J.R. Vezain, and Gwen Nelson for her husband, Casey * Bonds; Misc.: Shon Hocker/Superintendent, Cowley-Fifty Nelson, and congratulated them on their excellent accomplishments. The public and Commissioners visited with the recipients after the Continued on page 11