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May 30, 2019 I The Lovell Chronicle 13 - EIGHTH GRADE GRADUATION DAVID PECK DAVID PECK Student council president Lilyan Jordan Allen (left) and Kaige Allphin enjoy the Edwards addresses her classmates proceedings duringthe LMS eighth-grade graduation DAVID PECK Kallie Owens exchanges a "funny greeting" with Lovell Middle School during the eighth-grade graduation Wednesday at the middle school gym. Behind Kaige is principal Doug Hazen during the LMS eighth-grade graduation ceremony. last week. Peiton Hackenberg. DAVID PECK Karissa Betancourt (left) and Azurdey Burton listen during the Lovell Middle School graduation ceremony on Wednesday. DAVID PECK Eighth-grader Andrew Dannar fist-bumps LMS Principal Doug Hazen during the graduation ceremony. DAVID PECK Alex Englert smiles after receiving her eighth-grade certificate last Wednesday at the LMS Gym. LOVELL TOWN COUNCIL continued from page one He said he hopes other states will sign on to "dis- mantle agencies not autho- rized by the Constitution." Given that the resolu- tion was passed by the State Republican Party, council- man Dan Anderson asked, Tippetts came before the council seeking assistance from the town on behalf of the Hunt Canal Board. The Hunt Canal runs along the north edge of town. . Ellis said the canal board would like to bury the "Don't we represent all canal from Shoshone Ave- parties? We represent t.he nue tO Second Street in the community." , Brown said the hope is tO get other political par- ties to sign on, as well, not- ing that he has already ap- proached the Constitution Party. The council voted to ta- ble the proposed resolution "for the time being" to have further discussion. Welch also announced that a state GOP central committee meeting will be held in Lovell Aug. 23-24, with 80 to 100 people in at- tendance. He said he hopes to take state and nation- al officials on a boat ride eastern part of town after the canal veers to the south. He said the board would like to write a grant and asked for the town's assistance. Burying the canal would eliminate three bridges the town currently has to main- tain and would also help eliminate a safety issue at the Northeast Little League Complex and the town's free camper park. Ellis pointed out that the fence at the ballpark and camper park designed to keep children from getting to the canal and/or falling in makes it difficult for the ca- administrator Jed Nebel said the vehicle extends onto or he could check into possible over any public sidewalk of sources of funding, noting travel lane of a public street. that the State Loan and In" Regarding RVs, trailers vestment Board might well and buses from Memorial be the first step. 'Tll make some phone calls and see what's out there," Nebel said. 'Tll gath- er some information and see what we can do." TRAILER ORDINANCE The council passed on third and final reading Or- dinance 979, which modifies the current section of the town code regarding park- ing in the town limits, add- ing provisions for trailers: Under the proposed or- dinance, recreational ve- hicles, trailers, livestock trailers and buses would be prohibited from park- ing within 20 feet of the corner of an intersection on streets that intersect a school zone nor on any pub- lic street abutting the lot of Day through Labor Day: No more than one RV, trailer or bus will be allowed to park on a public street abutting the lot of a residen- tial dwelling owned or rent- ed by the vehicle owner. Livestock trailers can- not be parked in town for more than 48 hours. Regarding the period from Labor Day until Me- morial Day: RVs, trailers, live- stock trailer and buses can- not be parked for more than 48 hours on any town street or municipal parking area within the town lim- its. A vehicle cannot be sim- ply moved to another public street or parking lot in town to avoid a violation. Other provisions are: up Big Horn Canyon and nal board to clean the canal, a residential dwelling unless lamented the lack of lodging "That thing is a jungle," the vehicle/trailer owner in the community. He said Tippetts agreed. "It's a pain owns or rents the proper- he would like to see more lodging developed. Tuesday's meeting be- gan with Mayor Kevin Jones appointing four citizens to the board of adjustments: Bo Grant, Shane Pitt, Rus- sell Wilkerson and Mark Leonhardt. The four will serve three-year terms. The council vot- ed to approve the mayor's appointees. HUNT CANAL HELP Larry Ellis and Wilford for us to work on it." ty or written permission is Tippetts also asked obtained from the owner of about the liability if a child the dwelling. were to fall into the canal in Other provisions are as that part of town and said follows: if a child did so, it would be The ordinance would difficult to get to him be- prohibit any person from cause of the fence, living in an RV, trailer or Town attorney Sandra Kitchen said the town would only be liable if found to be negligent. Mayor Jones said the town would be happy to help seek funding, and town bus on a public street or in a municipal parking lot except for the town owned camp- ing area under current time restrictions. No vehicle may be parked where any part of It would be unlawful to connect a water hose or line to an RV, trailer or bus if the hose or line constitutes a tripping hazard. It would also be un- lawful to connect an elec- tric cord or line to an RV, trailer or bus if the cord or line constitutes a tripping hazard. Nebel said he has had "zero feedback" on the ordi- nance since first reading. In other business May 14: Nebel reported that the purchase of the old hos- pital land on East 10 Street by Landmark Construction passed state legislation, the and that closing was to oc- cur the next day, May 15. The council passed on first reading both the annu- al budget ordinance (980) and the taxy levy ordi. nance (981) with plans for a council designated Nebel as the town official dedicated to handling public records requests. He will be listed as such on the Dept. of Admin- istration and Information as such. "I'll take one for the detailed budget discussion team," Nebel joked. on following Tuesday, Nebel aske:d membe.r May 2t. of the council to give him After review, the council voted to renew the agreement with the Lovell Recreation District allow- ing the rec district to pro- vide lifeguards at the town/ school swimming pools from July 1, 2019, through June 30, 2020, under the same terms as before. The council voted to renew the operations and maintenance agreement for the municipal/LHS swim- ming pool with School Dis- trict No. 2 under the cur- rent terms for the next fiscal year. Anderson ab- stained from the vote since he is also a member of the school board. Following discussion, the council voted to table the renewal of the rent- al agreement with Big Horn County for office space at the county annex. Neb- el noted that the town will be using less space in the building since the munic- ipal court office has been moved to town hall and that he would, thus, like to see the rental terms adjusted accordingly. As required by recently input on resolutions that will be discussed and vot- ed on at the summer Wyo- ming Association of Munic- ipalities meeting. Nebel is the Town of Lovell's voting delegate. The council voted to approve the Lovell Planning and Zoning Commission's recommendation to cre- ate a Legacy Home Devel- opment II subdivision adja- cent to the current Legacy Subdivision. The new sub- division would create four lots north of Lovell Middle School on property pre- viously owned by Lomand and Lorna Fowler. The P&Z Commission held a public hearing on the subdivision and approved the plan. The council approved a liquor catering permit for the Bull Pub Restaurant for an event May 17 at the com- munity center. 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