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2 I The Lovell Chronicle I May 31, 2018 Death Notice Thora Thora A. "Teddy" Hen- sen, 82, died May 23, 2018, at the Spirit Mountain Hos- pice in Cody. Funeral services will be held Friday, June 1, 2018, at 2 p.m at the Church of Je- sus Christ of Latter-day Saints Ave E. building in Powell. Viewing will be one ouncil A. 'Teddy' Hansen hour prior to services at the church. Burial will be in the Lovell Cemetery south of Lovell. The family has re- quested that condolences be sent to them online at www.thompsonfuneral.net or to P.O. Box 807, Powell WY 82435 I BY DAVID PECK Bobcat loader. The coun- Choosing a color for cil approved the resolution retaining wall blocks, re- unanimously. allocating funds for a new The council will con- brush hog and a proposal to sider a grader attachment increase dispatching fees for the Bobcat in the 2018- highlighted a special meet- 19 budget. ing held by the Lovell Town Chief of Police Dan Laf- Council last Friday, May 25. fin approached the coun- Pete Baxendale of Mid- cil about the possibility way Construction met with of increasing dispatching the council to discuss the color of the block to be used in the retaining wall on the upcoming Shosho- ne Hill Sidewalk Project. He said walnut was specified in project plans but may take two to three weeks lon- ger to arrive and suggested grey as an option, match- ing the concrete for the project. After discussion, with some members preferring the contrast the walnut block would provide, the council voted 3-2 in favor of councilman Bruce Wolsey's motion to go with the grey block, with Kevin Jones and Tom Newman opposed. Town administrator Jed Nebel presented a res- olution to reallocate unex- pended funds in the Gen- eral Fund in order to work the purchase of a brush hog into the 2017-18 bud- get. The resolution calls for re-appropriating 87,000 fees for the towns .of By- ron and Cowley to $10,500 each per fiscal year based on the number of calls re- ceived from each police de- partment in order to form an "equitable approach" to dispatching fees. He said North Big Horn Hospital is already paying $10,500 for a similar call volume. Town clerk/treasur- er Valerie Beal said By- ron and Cowley current- ly pay $8,000 per year for dispatching. "All the chief is asking is to start the conversa- tion with the council's sup- port" Nebel pointed out after several minutes of discussion. Beal suggested expe- diting the discussion since municipalities are well into their 2018-19 budget prepa- rations, likely coming up on third reading for budget ordinances. Jones made the mo- - 8TH GRADE GRADUATION KARLIE HAMMOND PHOTOS Colette Sanders and Principal Doug Hazen share a laugh at a mistaken name during the Lovell Middle School eighth grade graduation ceremony May 23. Colette was accidentally called by her sister Patti's name. LMS eighth grade graduate Bethany O'Tremba hugs Alyssa Rael and Jordan Woodford give the class speech father, and high school principal Scott O'Tremba upon during the graduation ceremony held May 23 at the receiving her graduation certificate. Lovell Middle School. to increase the equipment tion to approve Chief Laf State'stransportation improvements topic of June 5 meeting p urchase budget in tl e fin approaching. Byron ,and Dept, to Sll cdwJey. .f2 d 6jfi . rCLa.S# !?/A.series0fpub!j me#t [3I,ey ttari R6 ati ' he:STIP"is( ia 'prtort and pavement p eserva- Fd i urchasinga Brushcatand ttre motion: passed ings' is scheduled in June parti -a;ship roles in Wy- ti :ed: iistrfibfiiSn :i laii tidn::in northwest:Wy0- attachment for the town unani 6Lisly, to address future highway oming, said Wyoming De- for the'l,326 mites of high ming, and wed like infor- improvement projects in partment of Transporta- way. in northwest Wy- mation from citizens and The Big Horn Coun- Democrats are holding eir 2018 County Con- vention on June 2. Basin (behind the library on C Street) beginning at 2 pm. northwest Wyoming. The tion District Engineer Pete one in Big Horn Court- Hallsten, P.E, of Basin. ty is scheduled for Tues- "These meetings pro- day, June 5 at 4 p.m. in the vide an opportunity for lo- commission chambers at cal officials and citizens the courthouse, to provide input into WY- A key part of the State DOT's planning process Transportation Improve- and to maintain and im- merit Program (STIP) pro- prove our excellent part- All registered Demo- cess involves annual meet- nerships with counties, and cities and towhee' Hall- sten said. The convention will crate are encouraged to ings with public officials be at Washington Park in attend, and other individuals who ommg. Projects enter the STIP process based on a complex long range planning and needs anal- ysis process, along with public input on known de- velopment issues that im- pact highway capacity. government officials on community development and local planning that will impact the state trans- portation system;' Hall- sten said. "If you have an interest in the future of our transportation infra- "At the meetings, we structure in northwest will summarize and seek Wyoming, please attend input on projects planned one of these meetings to for future construction offer input" I r i Serving Northern~ The Bible .JoG :~ / /l~,d BigH rnC untyl l.ovell St. Joseph's Church I I /lll 9 1 Assembly Catholic Church Church of God 1141 Shoshone Ave Lovell, WY Worship Service 9AM IRev'Christ pherBrandt lPark&Sh sh ne'L vell Services Sunday-11AM il~iiili i SERVICES ~sU?~/aYrSdCh#O lks 10:30;: 310 Idaho Ave l, oveil Sacrifice of the Mass I I 9:15AU Bible Study and I/'% II 307.548.7478 / su sc.oo, Sunday, 1-3PM I Sunday School Morning Worship - !0:50 AM Daily Mass & Confessionsi |~|||i::i,t I at Assembly of God Church Sunday Night - 6:30 PU Prayer 6PM I IO.'30AM Worship Service I Reverend / Wed. BibleStudy --7PM Checkmonthlycalendaron ~!1i I 3101dahoAve Lovell Rev. 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