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Catt (704} 602-3035 ask for Accounting Dept. . ant-1'99"? .er egg’tfifib '- NOTICE OF HEARING Lovell Cemetery District Notice is hereby given that a public hearing on the proposed. budget for Lovell Cemetery District for the fiscal year ending June 30. 2022, which is now being considered by the Board of Lovell Cemetery District, will be held at Lovell Cemetery Office, 1123 Lane 13, Lovell, Wyoming, on the 13th day of July, at 7:00 o’clock p.m., at which time any and all persons interested may ap- pear and be heard respecting such budget. A summary of such proposed budget follows: Details of Lovell Cemetery District general fund requirements Tentative Administration $86,000.00 Operations $87,000.00 Indirect Costs $16,300.00 Capital Outlay $0.00 Debt Service $0.00 Provisions for Tax Shrinkage $0.00 Total Cash Requirements $189,900.00 Published: July 8, E c I D. I . I ‘ NOTICE OF HEARING Byron Cemetery District Notice is hereby given that a public hearing on the proposed budget for Byron Cemetery District for the fiscal year ending June 30. which is now being considered by the Board of Byron Cem- etery District, will be held at Byron, Wyoming, on the 13th day of July, at seven o’clock p.m., at which time any and all persons interested may appear and be heard respecting such budget. A sum- mary of such proposed budget follows: Summaryof Budget Estimated Total Estimated Total Estimate of Tax Estimate of Tax Cash & Revenues Budget Requirements Requirements Amount Mill Levy General Fund $80,000.00 $246,164.00 5 162,364.00 3 Details of Byron Cemetery District general fund requirements Tentative Administration $13,310.00 Operations $95,350.00 Indirect Costs $7,800.00 Capital Outlay $129,704.00 Debt Service Provisions for Tax Shrinkage - Total Cash Requirements $246,164.00 Published: July and 8, D E . I D . I . I NOTICE OF HEARING Deaver-Frannie Cemetery District Notice is hereby given that a public hearing on the pro- posed budget for Deaver-Frannie Cemetery District for the fiscal year ending June 30, which is now being considered by the Board of Deaver—Frannie Cemetery District will be held at Lane 71/2, Deaver, Wyoming, on the 15th day of July, 2021, at 7:00 o’clock, at which time any and all persons interested may appear and be heard respecting such budget. A summary of such proposed bud- get follows: Summary of Budget Estimated Total Estimated Total Estimate of Tax Estimate of Tax Cash & Revenues Budget Requirements Requirements Amount MiII Levy General Fund $242,541.00 $166,600.00 . 3 Details of Deaver-Frannie Cemetery District general fund requirements Tentative Administration $8,100.00 Operations $76,000.00 Indirect Costs $14,500.00 Capital Outlay $50,000.00 Reserves $10,000.00 Provisions for Tax Shrinkage $7,000.00 Total Cash Reguirements $166,600.00 Published: July 8, Jul 8,2021 I The Lovell Chronicle 13 Anglers reminded to report tagged trout caught in North Fork and Buffalo Bill ReserVOIr: CODY- The Wyoming Game and Fish Department reminds anglers fishing the North Fork of the Shoshone River and Buffalo Bill Reser— voir west of Cody to report tagged trout. As the July 1 and July 15 opener to fishing on the lower portion of the North Fork of the Shoshone River and North Fork arm of Buf— falo Bill Reservoir approach— es, Game and Fish asks an— glers to report tag colors and numbers, the date and location where the fish was caught and if the fish was harvested or released. . For two consecutive years, Game and Fish cap— tured, tagged and released trout in the North Fork of the Shoshone River in an effort to better understand sea- oontinued from page 9 g sonal distribution of trout in the North Fork and Buffa- lo Bill Reservoir and to help generate estimates of angler catch and harvest rate. By reporting tagged fish, anglers play a crucial part in local research that will help fisheries biologists bet- ter understand the migra— tory nature of trout in this unique fisher and better evaluate the e fectiveness of current regulations in place to protect migrating fish. “The more people who report tagged fish, the bet— ter quality our data will be and the more information we will get out of this im— portant study," said Fisher— ies Supervisor Sam Hoch— halter. “To take the time to call-in and report tagged fish is a huge ask of anglers, but this is important infor— mation that will ultimate— ly benefit this cherished fishery." Anglers can report tagged fish by calling 307— 527—7125. Most fish will have two different tags. Game and Fish asks anglers to re- port each tag number and color, the date and location where the fish was caught and if the fish was harvested or released. Anglers should not remove tags from re— leased fish. Many anglers have found that simply tak- ing a close up photo of the tags with their cell phone is an easy way to record and read the tag numbers. For. each tagged fish reported, anglers will be entered into a raffle to win a Traeger grill or 3 Yeti cooler. The raffle is sponsored by the AdipoSse Chapter of Trout Unlimited. As part of this effort, fisheries biologists plan to tag up to 2,000 rainbow, rainbow/cutthroat hybrid and cutthroat trout each year for the next 3-4 years. In addition to anglers re— porting tagged fish through- out the year, Game and Fish will conduct surve s in June/July of the Nort Fork River corridor from Pahaska downstream to Gibbs Bridge to document the distribu- tion of tagged fish. “This is our chance to learn a lot and have data that informs present and future management,” said Hoch- halter. “We appreciate the support from the angling community to help us collect this valuable information.” ANNETTE Moss Turquoise Terrors baserunner Jasmyn Peterson slides into home plate for a run durin the Terrors’ 10-1 win over the Ruby Reds Thursday at Const'tution Park as catcher Danika Crumrine awaits the t row to make a tag. tournament play by de— feating Cody 22-5 in the quarterfinal round in Cody on June 29. “Jen— na Hessenthaler pitched three innin s and Crum— rinelpitche the final in- ning,” coach Hessenthaler said.“We hit the ball well, Danica had two triples.” Cn June 30, the Ruby Redsdefeated Powell 10—3 in tle semifinals to ad— vanc: to the champion— ship ;ame. Brinkerhoff led the earn with four runs, and Crumrine scored two. Crumrine pitched three innings, striking out three. Brinkerhoff pitched three innings, fanning one. The Terrors defeated Cody 16—1 on June 30 in a semifinal game to meet the Reds in the championship game. Christiansen had an inside—the-park home run. Rael, Owens and Peterson each scored three runs in the game, and Christian— sen, Felkins and Walker scored two apiece. B.” [SHMID “Ir! NOTICE OF HEARNG: Big Horn County Solid Waste )isposal District Notice is hereby given that a publichearing on the proposed budget for Big Horn County Solid Wast Disposal District for the fiscal year ending June 20, whichis now being considered by the Board of Big Horn County Solic Waste Disposal District, will be held on Tuesday, July 20, atthe County Annex Build- ing, Lovell Wyoming at 7 :00 PM., at wlch time any and all per- sons interested may appear and be hear respecting such budget. A summary of such proposed budget fobws: Summaryof Budge Estimated Total lstimate of Tax Estimate of Tax Cash & Revenues Budget quuirements Requirements General Fund $1,820,705.00 $1,582,920.00 -0- '0- Details of the Big Horn County Solid Wate Disposal District Fund Requirement Estimated Total Administration $24,370.00 _Qperations $633,550.00 Indirect Costs $145,000.00 Capital Outlay $600,000.00 Reserves 180,000.00 Total Cash Requirements $1,582,920.00 Published: July 8, E 5””, I D. “Ir! NOTICE OF HEARING Byron Solid Waste Disposal District Notice is hereby given that a public hearing on the proposed budget for Byron Solid Waste Disposal District for the fiscal year ending June 30. which is now being considered by the Board of Byron Solid Waste Disposal District, will be held at the Byron Solid Waste Disposal District Office, Byron Wyoming at 8:00 pm. O’Clock, on Thursday July 15, at which time any and all persons interest- ed may appear and be heard respecting such budget. A summary of such proposed budget follows: Summary of Budget Estimated Total Estimated Total Estimate of Tax Estimate ofTax Cash & Revenues Budget Requirements Requirements Amount Mill Levy General Fund $281,000.00 $408,600.00 $127,600.00 3 Details of Byron Solid Waste Disposal District general fund requirements r Tentative Administration $16,750.00 Operations $121,500.00 Indirect Costs $43,300.00 Capital Outlay $227,050.00 Reserve Fund $0.00 Debt Service $0.00 Total Cash Requirements $408,600.00 Published: July 1 and 8, I I. D.I.I NOTICE OF HEARING Lovell Recreation District Notice is hereby given that a public hearing on the proposed bud- get for Lovell Recreation District for the fiscal year ending June 30, which is now being considered by the Board of the Lovell Rec- reation District, will be held at the Lovell Middle School Commons, Lovell, Wyoming, on the 14th day of July, 2021, at 6:00 pm. o’clock, at which time any and all persons interested may appear and be heard respecting such budget. A summary of such proposed budget follows: Summary of Bridget Estimated Total Estimated Total Estimate of Tax Estimate of Tax Cash Revenues Budget Requirements Requirements Amount Mill Levy General Fund $210,322.00 $ 126,220.00 5- 5- Details of Lovell Recreation District general fund requirements Tentative Administration $28,820.00 Operations $72,700.00 Indirect Costs $17,700.00 Capital Outlay $10,000.00 Debt Service $- Provisions forTax Shrinkage $- Total Cash Requirements $129,220.00 Published: July and 8, H B. H H .I [D.!.l . NOTICE OF HEARING North Big Horn Hospital District Notice is hereby given that a public hearing on the proposed budget for North Big Horn Hospital District for the fiscal year ending June 30, which is now being considered by the Board of North Big Horn Hospital District will be held at the North Big Horn Hos- pital District Business Office located at 604 E. Main Street, Lovell, Wyoming, on the 13th day of July, 2021, at 7:00 p.m., at which time any and all persons interested may appear and be heard respecting such budget A summary of such proposed budget follows: Summary of Budget Estimated Total Estimated Total Estimate of Tax Estimate of Tax Cash Revenues Budget Requirements Requirements Amount Mill Levy__ General Fund $24,025,592.00 $24,430,488.00 $834,084.00 6 Details of North Big Horn Hospital District general fund requirements I Tentative Administration $4,028,818.00 Operations $21,922,191.00 Indirect Costs Capital Outlay $4,609,317.00 Debt Service $734,887.00 Provisions for Tax Shrinkage - Total Cash Requirements $31,295,213.00 Published: July 8,