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22 I The Lovell Chronicle I July 12, 2012 Horn County Commi55inner'5 minutes. June 5: 2012 MINUTES OF THE BIG HORN COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' Big Horn County, Wyoming REGULAR BOARD MEETING for June 5, 2012 Attest: Name: Big Horn County Commissioners /s Dori Noyes, Clerk of the Board Type of Meeting: Regular /s Jerold S. Ewen, Chairman Place: Big Horn County Courthouse /s Keith Grant, Member Date: June 5, 2012 /s Thomas S. Hinman, Member Time: 9:00 a.m. Motion was made by Keith Grant and seconded by Thomas S. Chairman: Jerold S. Ewen Hinman to approve the bills and payroll. Motion passed unanimously: Members Present: Keith Grant, Thomas S. Hinman. AIRPORT BENCH WATER DISTRICT 2,000.00 / BIG HORN CO-OP Members Absent: None MARKETING ASSN 95.53 / FROST ROCK PRODUCTS CO 53,446.72 County Clerk: Doff Noyes / GOPPERT, ROHRBACK & SMITH 550.00 / VANGI HACKNEY Deputy County Clerk: Wendy Thulander 45.00 / ROY HARPER 291.04 / STEFAN F & TRACY A HARPER Others present various times: Karla Pomeroy, Basin Republican 209.09 / MYRIAH SYLVESTER 87.50 / MASTERCARD 106.18 / Rustler CARL MEYER 86.58 / QQESF SOFTWARE SYSTEMS INC 165.00 Meeting was called to order at 9:00 a.m., by: Chairman Ewen; / RIVERBEND PLUMBING & HEATING 506.95 / TCT WEST, INC. followed by the Pledge of Allegiance._ 172.46 / THE W, LLC 11,160.00 / THOMAS WALSH 700.00 / WYO. Chairman Ewen recognized guests. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ASSOC 10,425.00 / HI COUNTRY Motion was made by Thomas S. Hinman and seconded by Keith PRINTING INC. 4,188.00 / ABSOLUTE SOLUTIONS 129.19 / ALSCO Grit to approve the agenda with new business items recommended. 40.22 / AMERICAN WELDING & GAS INC. 342.11 / AMSTERDAM Motion passed unanimously. PRINTING & LITHO 182.59 / DEL ATWOOD, JR 150.00 / BOB Carl Meyers, Big Horn county Airport Manager, presented the BARKER COMPANY, INC. 519.90 / BASIN PHARMACY 1,452.95 following: / BASIN REPUBLICAN RUSTLER 72.00 / TOWN OF BASIN Amendment 1-Sheppard Lease: Mr. Meyers presented the 8,582.48 / BIG HORN AUTO PARTS, INC. 969.15 / BIG HORN Sheppard Lease Amendment: He recommended a review by CO-OP MARKETING ASSN 525.04 / BIG HORN COUNTY SOLID the County Attorney prior to approval by the Commission. The WASTE DIST. 21.60 / BIG HORN CO. PUBLIC HEALTH 400.00 / Commission agreed by consensus. BIG HORN ENGRAVING & SIGN 240.00 / LINDA BOYCE 2,450.03 Water line leak: A decision was made to postpone the ordering / MARY BOYER 51.06 / CARDINAL HEALTH 411, INC 1,897.32 of a new valve until it could be determined if the original could be / CARQUEST AUTO PARTS 216.26 / CK HARDWARE 100.57 / repaired. Airport staff repaired the valve. CENTURY LINK 34.75 / COMMERCIAL SERVICE HVAC 300.30 / Rules & Regulations: Draft language changes are currently COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 446.00 / KIMBERLY being circulated between the Commissioners, the FAA, GDA, and the COWAN 248.05 / DPXENTREPRISES, INC. 925.53 / DASH MEDICAL Airport Manager. The final draft will be submitted to the FAA as part GLOVES 838.60 / DEB'S GARDEN STARTS 25.00 / DOUBLE R of the North Big Horn County Airport Master Plan. Currently, the 2nd SERVICE 290.50 / ELECTION SYSTEMS & SOFFWARE INC. 944.82 draft is being re-written. / FASq'ENERS, INC 109.95 / FIRST BANKCARD 356.37 / FIRE Mobile Home Sale: Advertising for a sealed bid for the mobile PROTECTION & SAFETY 49.50 / GRETCHEN GASVODA KELSO home at the North airport will begin this week. Bids are due by 4:00 198.50 / KEITH GENTZLER 1,903.54 / LORRAINE GONZALEZ 41.00 PM on the 29th of June. The successful bidder will have 30 days to / FAWN GOTON 18.00 / STEFAN F & TRACY A HARPER 140.05 / remove the mobile home and all associated items. KRiSTINE HENLEY 105.00 / DEMAR D. HILL 1,000.00 / HONNEN BLM Lease: The BLM lease of property to be used as a SEAT EQUIPMENT CO. 1,006.07 / JASON HOUSE 220.00 / JOHN G. base at the South Airport is still progressing. Initial rates have been HYDE 75.32 / I-STATE TRUCK CENTER 483.93 / J&E, INC. 169.29 / submitted to the BLM and they are currently generating a draft JOHN R. HALEYIV 153.99/KIMBERLYKOCH 1,065.66/LINCARE, agreement. They have requested that Big Horn County include an INC 692.68 / LINTON'S BIG R 117.24 / JESSICA LOEPER EC. office in the lease. The off~ce would serve as a dispatch center and 910.00 / LOVELL CHRONICLE 1,062.00 / LOVELL CHRONICLE pilot lounge during SEAT operations. 235.00 / LOVE & LOGIC INSTITUTE, INC 110.40 / TOWN OF Public Meetings: Two public Master Plan meetings have been LOVELL 214.04/TOWN OF LOVELL 3,600.00/JACKEE MADSEN scheduled in June. The first, onJune 19thinGreybull, will be to discuss 210.00 / MAIN STREET CAR WASH 200.00 / MARKETLAB, INC the up-coming Master Plan for the South Airport. This will be the first 73.35 / MASTERCARD 175.95 / SHERIDAN MAY 221.25 / MAYES of several meetings throughout the two year development of the Plan. BROTHERS LLC 120.00 / MCGARVIN-MOBERLY CONSTRUCTION The second meeting will be at the North Airport ofJune 20th to discuss CO. 261,148.66 / MESSENGER & OVERFIELD, PC 868.60 / the North Airport Master Plan. Airport officials, Commissioners, MINCHOW'S SERVICE 8,767.09/MONTANA-DAKOTAUTILITIES and FAA and WYDOT officials will be providing information at both 262.57 / MOUNTAIN MOTOR SUPPLY 69.98 / KAMI NEIGHBORS meetings. They are scheduled for 7:00 PM in both locations. 537.73 / NORCO 121.25 / NORTH BIG HORN SEARCH & RESCUE Weed Spraying: Spraying of weeds at both the North and South 504.99 / NORTH BIG HORN SENIOR CITIZENS 474.00 / O'REILLY airports will be conducted this week and completed for the year. AUTO PARTS 578.19 / OCCUPATIONAL TESTING, INC. 273.00 / Mowing weeds: The annual large-scale mowing of sagebrush and THE OFFICE SHOE INC. 993.60 / OVERIAND EXPRESS MART weeds will begin this week. Additional work will be done this year in 50.69 / PAMIDA PHARMACY 16.99 / PARK COUNTY CLERK 44.50 the long-term storage areas north of the main ramp./ DAVID S. PETERSON, D.D.S. 258.00 / PLAINSMAN PRINTING, Airport Commercial Lots: As part of the on-going effort to INC. 3,194.75 / PITNEY BOWES-PURCHASE POWER 200.00 / develop the non-aviation commercial lots at the South Big Horn POWELLVETERINARY SERVICES 247.92/WILLIAM E. BRIDGES County Airport, a meeting was held with the Mayor of Greybull to 22,775.84 / PUBLIC DEFENDERS OFFICE 1,050.00 / QUILL discuss possibilities for using the lots. Businesses which are adjacent CORPORATION 1,857.33 / RED EAGLE FOOD STORES 315.91 / totheAOA (aircraft operating area) are required to be aviation related, RED APPLE SUPERMARKET 41.93 / RON'S FOOD FARM 41.70 / areas away from the ramp are potentially eligible for non-aviation use. COLEEN SCHEELER 32.45 / SECURITY STATE BANK 10,000.00 The meeting was to bring forward information about these lots, the / SECURITY STATE BANK - PETTY CASH 96.77 / SHERMAN & FAApermitted uses, and to make their availability known. HOWARD, LLC 227.50 / SIMPLOT 1,797.12 / DALLEN SMITH Fixed Base Operator (FBO): Research has begun into ways to 69.85 / DEB SCHNITZMEIER 60.50 / SOUTH BIG HORN COUNTY add FBO services at the South Big Horn County Airport. The airport HOSPITAL DIST 169.45 / SOUTH BIG HORN SENIOR CITIZENS has historically had flight training services, aviation map sales, and a 355.49 / STANLEY CONVERGENT SECURITY 2,515.00 / SYMBOL host of services that no longer exist. Efforts are on-going to determine ARTS 70.00 / SYNERGY CONSTRUCTION 15,854.40 / SYSCO what business opportunities may exist in regards to the expansion of FOOD SERVICES 20,502.35 / TCT WEST, INC. 331.92 / TETON general aviation. COUNTY SHERIFF 65.00 / TACTICAL TECHNOLOGIES INC Fuel tank repair: Bids are being requested for the re-lining of the 5,206.00 / TOMMARON INC. 29,524.50 / TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT AV-gas storage tank at the South Airport. Repairs are estimated at CO. 14,927.73 / VAISALA INC. 955.00 / VALLEY HARDWARE 204.03 $10,000. After the proposals have been received, they will be brought / GAlL E. VANDERPLOEG, LPN 58.40 / VERIZON WIRELESS to the commissioners for approval. 1,493.72 / O.J. WATSON COMPANY, INC 43,975.40 / WHEELER'S NorthAirportOuthouse:CarlMeyerreportedthatWillieBridges IGA 165.33 / ROBERT M. WILLSON 36.60 / WRIGHT EXPRESS had coordinated with the North Road & Bridge crew to demolish the FSC 5,405.79 / WYOMING FIRE SAFETY 129.00 / WYO DEPT. OF outhouse, which will take place later this week. HEALTH 295.00 / WYO. LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY 555.00 RodWambekeandJerryDenniston, Road and Bridge Department / ZONE 4 GRAPHICS AND PRINTING 310.00 / TRUDY CRAFT and William Bridges, Pryor Mountain Engineering: 139.99 / SUNLIGHT SPORTS 989.00 / GRIMEBUSTERS 149.25 / Crystal Creek: Rod Wambeke said they were hauling gravel to MECHANICAL MASTERS 135.95 Crystal Creek Road and the three surplus trucks are working well. Dori Noyes said the State had refused the request made by Rod asked Blaine Jolly to look for other machinery.Search & Rescue to participate in the State Retirement program. She Greybull Cemetery Road: Jerry Denniston said they had ripped said that Search & Rescue did not meet the requirements of Statute asphalt and rented a roller from Gross Construction. They were going 35-9-601 (h) (i). It was suggested that more investigation be done by to put one layer of pit run down, they had already installed culverts, the Sheriff and Search & Rescue. and he will have William Bridges place centerline & shoulder stakes. Doff Noyes presented Library Board Applications for review. William will check with the railroad to see where to tie into their road. Motion was made by ~aomas~Hinman and seconded by William received a quote from McGarvin Moberly for the to appoint Shelley King. Motion passed unanimously. Cemetery Road chip-seal. The Commissioners want William to get Dori Noyes reported that Cindy Braden, secretary for the another bid for compafision. Predatory Animal Board, had advised her that a Sportsman position WyoBen Road: There was a complaint of water backing in a spot was open on their Board. County records did not show a position where there is no drain, was open, so Chairman Ewen contacted Ms. Braden via telephone and Douglas Lane: There were complaints of BHC employees driving after discussion it was agreed that all positions were currently filled. too fast. Jerry Denniston brought the matter to Road & Bridge Old Business: The Commission reported that of the two final employees, applicants selected for the Land Planner/ GIS position, Joy Hill of Chairman Ewen mentioned that he had received complaints that Lovell is recommended. Motion to offer the job to Ms Hill was made the County had used 175000 gallons of Shell Canal water and was by ~aomas~Hinman and seconded by ~. Motion passed warned that the county will be billed for future use. unanimously. She will begin next Monday as the Land Planner/GIS Road 5: William Bridges said it will cost approximately $160,000, department head. not including the oil, to chip seal 31/2 miles of the road. William Fair Board Applicants: The Commission examined three Bridges recommended the project, which could be included in next applicants for two open positions. Motion was made by Thomas S. years County Road Fund budget. Commissioner Grant agreed. Hinman and seconded by ~ to offer the positions to Carl William Bridges recommended approval of a Utility License for Nielsen of HyattviUe and Andy Perkins of Lovell. Motion passed TCT/Walker/Road 11. Motion was made by Keith Grant and seconded unanimously. Dori Noyes will send letters to Carl and Andy. by ~ to approve. Motion passed unanimously. 11:54: Motion was made by ~ and seconded by Thomas Road 11: Preliminary approval has been granted, but the State S. Hinm~ to adjourn for lunch. Motion passed unanimously. 13:04: Land Bo.ard will grant final approval. Chairman Ewen reconvened regular meeting. Cold Springs Road: William Bridges said extra work is required Maria Eastman, Grants Administration presented the following in the estimated amount of $50,000. In addition to that, approximately for approval: Homeland Security FY 2011 Citizen's Corp Grant Award $17,000.00 is needed to fix problems with road shoulders. Contract. Motionwasmadeby~andsecondedbyThomas Commissioners Hinman and Grant felt that responsible land-owners S. Hinm~ to approve and sign the Grant Award Contract for $8,050.00. need to be contacted and billed for repairs caused by irrigation Motion passed unanimously. sprinklers which have been allowed to soak county roads. William Wyoming Department of Health (TANF) Grant Award Contract. Bridges will follow-up his initial contact with John Alms and suggested Motion was made by Ihozlla&~Jimllan and seconded by that the County a policy for future use in issues that cause damage to to approve and sign the Contract for $65,270.00. Motion passed county roads. William will also contact the State Engineers' Office unanimously. about thisproblem. Maria Eastman presented for signature the Request for William said the Cold Springs Road project has exceeded the Reimbursement for Road and Bridge Renovations for 923,001.30 budget as a result of the damage and that a transfer funds is needed Chairman Ewen signed. to complete the project. Dori Noyes, wiU advertise a transfer of Maria Eastman discussed the COPS Grand program and the approximately 980,000 from the State & County Road Fund. possibility for funding a deputy/bailiff position. The next cycle of William reported that Wilson Bros. has left-over culvert with a available funds is 2012 and will be announced March 2012. Mafia said value of 81,200 which they want to sell to the County. she was meeting with Julia Kelso to begin planning a grant application Jerry Denniston said Wyoming Gas still needs to patch the area for the Community Development Block Grant to repair the County they dug up in the Heights. William will contact the company out of Library roof. Worland and ask them to fix it. John Hyde, Big Horn County EMC, advised of Emergency William said there are 800 new signs to be installed in County Management's need for an office of its own. Mr. Hyde said his office roads, needs a building for public access and proposed a renovation grant 10:20: Chairman Ewen called for a Break. Meeting was program for the proposed building. The Commissioners will take reconvened at 10:35. under consideration. Accounts Payable: Marquerite Van Dyke and Carol WillardDallen Smith, BHC University Extension Educator, presented his presented the current Big Horn County payroll and bills for approval, projected new budget. Commissioner Grant advised that the budget Doff Noyes, BHC County Clerk, presented Notice of Hearing needed to be to equal or less than last year's budget. NOH #12/Transfer of Funds and Resolution 2011-2012 TF #12. 1:50: Chairman Ewen called for aBreak. MotionwasmadebyTi'~as_S.I:[in~,anandsecondedby~ Kim Cowan and Hillary Mulley, Public Health: Kim Cowan to approve the Notice of Heating and Transfer of Funds. Motion introduced Hillary as the new assistant in LoveU. Motion was made passed unanimously, by ~ and seconded by ~to approve the RESOLUTION 2011-2012 TF #12 (June 5, 2012) LT101 Contract Amendment with the Public Health Nursing Services. WHEREAS, it appearsthatby reason of unexpected requirements Motion passed unanimously. not reasonably foreseeable at the time the 2011-2012 budget was Julia Kelso and Judy Morris, BHC Library, reviewed the Library's adopted, it will be necessary to transfer funds to the following budget: budget. The Commissioners requested that the Library stay under 81,000.00 From cash reserve (County) 10-4- the amount of last year's budget. 951-980-000 to Grants 10-4-480-000-000 North and South Big Horn County Senior Center requested to AND WHEREAS, due notice of the intention to make such review leases and sign. Dori Noyes presented the North BHC Senior transfer has been published as required by law, no objections have Center contract to sign. The South BHC Senior Center contract will been made thereto; be forthcoming by the next Commission Meeting. Both contracts BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED, that the amount be were tabled for the next Commission Meeting on June 19th pending transferred to the funds designated, approval to form by the County Attorney. Dated this 5~ day of June, 2012: Chamber of Commerce Budgets: Barbara Anne Greene wasn't BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS able to attend the meeting. The Commissioners reviewed the documentation showing the importance of the Chambers, including tourism brought into the County. Commissioners will consider possible donations by the County to the CC budgets. CARES: Doff Noyes presented the CARES Lease for courthouse office space. Motion was made by Keith Grant and seconded by Thomas S. Hinman to approve the CARES Lease. Motion passed unanimously. Wyoming Department of Family Services Child Support Unit: Dori Noyes presented the cooperative agreement. Motion was made by Keith Grant and seconded by Thomas S. Hinman to approve and sign the Cooperative Agreement for Responsibilities between The Wyoming Department of Family Services Child Support Enforcement Unit and Big Horn County Clerk of District Court. Motion passed unanimously. Kenneth Blackburn, BHC Sheriff, and Becky Lindsay, BHC Treasurer, presented the Greybull Jail Contract for consideration. The Commission was advised the bond for use of the jail will be returned by the Greybull Town Council after their meeting tonight. They were also advised that BHC Attorney Michelle Burns had approved for form. Motion was made by Thomas S. Hinman and seconded by Keith Grant to approve and sign the Use of Jail and Use of Dispatch Agreement between the Greybull Chief of Police and the Sheriff.. Motion passed unanimously. 3:40: Chairman Ewen called for a Break. Dori Noyes presented the title of a missing pickup truck owned by Big Horn County Fair. Dori Noyes will wait for further information from the fair board. Dori Noyes gave an update on the Antelope Butte Resolution and Agreement: The Lease Terms have still not been set. Big Horn County Attorney has concerns and believes the county needs a bond to protect the County from financial liability. The Wyoming Business Council's Attorney and the Big Horn County Attorney still need to agree on the terms of the Lease. The Commission agreed to wait to hear back from the Wyoming Business Council. Dori Noyes presented Resolution #15, 5th Judicial District, for part-time Magistrates. Motion was made by Thomas S. Hinman and seconded by Keith Grant to approve Resolution #15 for the appointment of Part-time Magistrates. Motion passed unanimously. This document is on file in the county clerk's office. FOR THE GOOD OF THE COUNTY AND FOR GENERAL DISCUSSION- Consider signing and/or reviewing, discussing or rejecting the following: Financial Statements: BHC Sheriff's Office - April 30, 2012. Monthly Report(s) Review: Byron Solid Waste Disposal District Board of Directors Proceedings/Manager Report (March 8, 2012); Byron Solid Waste Disposal District Board of Directors Proceedings/Manager Report (April 12, 2012); Vicke Larchick, Clerk of the District Court (May, 2012). Prepared Correspondence, Minutes and Reports, Misc.: BHC Local Emergency Planning (April 2012). Bonds; Misc.: Darrell Horton/Commissioner-Treasurer, Greybull Valley Irrigation District, Greybull-Twenty- Five Thousand and 00/100 ($25,000.00); Scott Douglas Burnham/Secretary Treasurer, Lovell Bench Drainage, Lovell-One Thousand Dollars and 00/100 ($1,000.00); Bill Johnsey/Commissioner, Lovell Bench Drainage District County of Big Horn, Lovell- One Thousand Dollars and 00/100 ($1,000.00). Cancellation of Taxes: if any. Keith Grant moved, seconded by Thomas S. Hinman, all in favor and the motion carried to adjourn the June 5, 2012, regular session meeting at 4:16 p.m. The Board will meet in regular session on June 19, 2012. STATE OF WYOMING ) ) COUNTY OF BIG HORN ) I, Wendy Thulander, Deputy County Clerk/Executive Assistant, and Dori Noyes, County Clerk and Ex-Officio of the Board of the County Commissioners, do hereby certify the above and foregoing to be a full, true and complete copy of proceedings had by board at i,ts last meeting on ]une 5. 2012, ~ . ~ Board of County Commissioners ~L Big Horn County, Wyoming /s Jerold S. Ewen, Chairman /s K_eith M. Grant, Member /s Thomas S. Hinman, Member Attest:/s Dori Noyes, County Clerk, Clerk of the Board Attest: /s Wendy Thulander, Deputy County Clerk/Executive Assistant to BHC Commissioners Publish: July 12, 2012 BHC School Di ;t #2 BOC5 budget hearing NOTICE OF HEARING BIG HORN COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT #2 BOCES Notice is hereby given that a public heating on the proposed budget for Big Horn County School District #2 BOCES for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2013, which is now being considered by the Board of Big Horn County School District #2 BOCES, will be held at NWC, Room 137 Orendorff Bldg., Powell, Wyoming, on the 17th day of July, 2012, at 6:00 p.m., at which time any and all persons interested may appear and be heard respecting such budget. A summary ot such proposed budget follows: SUMMARY OF BUDGET Estimated Total Estimated Estimate of Tax Cash & Total Requirements FUND Revenues Budget Amount Mill Levy General Fund Details of District General Fund Requirements Tentative Administration $8,995.00 Operations $23,800.00 Indirect Costs $3,000.00 Capital Outlay $0.00 Debt Service $0.00 Provisions for Tax Shrinkage $0.00 Total Cash Requirements $35,795.00 Publish: July 12, 2012 D-F Cemetery hud ret hearing NOTICE OF HEARING DEAVER-FRANNIE CEMETERY DISTRICT Notice is hereby given that a public hearing on the proposed budget for Deaver-Frannie Cemetery District for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2013, which is now being considered by the Board of Deaver-Frannie Cemetery District, will be held at Deaver, Wyoming, on the 19th day of July, 2012, at 7:00 at which time any and all persons interested may appear and be heard respecting such budget. A summary of such pro- posed budget follows: SUMMARY OF BUDGET Estimated Total Estimated + Estimate of Tax Cash & Total Requirements FUND Revenues Budget Amount Mill Levy General Fund $114,843.92 $158,100.00 $ 43,256.08 Details of Deaver-Frannie Cemetery District General Fund Requirements Tentative Administration $8,000.00 Operations $73,300.00 Indirect Costs $8,800.00 Capital Outlay $44,500.00 Debt Service $15,500.00 Provisions for Tax Shrinkage $8,000.00 Total Cash Requirements $158,100.00 Publish: July 12, 2012