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12 I The Lovell Chronicle I July 19, 2012 Public notices Fir truck for sMe FOR SALE BY SEALED BID FOR SALE BY SEALED BID: 1970 International 2010A Fire Truck. Mileage 12953 (actual), with minimal fire equipment. Color: red, gas, 900x20 tires, 5 speed manual transmission. Truck can be seen at 400 Highway 310, Deaver, Wyoming. Sealed bids to be accepted by Big Horn County Fire Protection District No. 5, P.O. Box 222, Deaver, WY 82421 on Thursday, August 9, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. Mark outside of en- velope as follows: "SEALED BID/TRUCK NO. 7." Call 307-272-5064 with questions. Publish July 19, 26 & August 2, 2012 Fir truck for' le FOR SALE BY SEALED BID FOR SALE BY SEALED BID: 1962 FORD C-850 Super Duty Cabover Fire Truck. Mileage 14832 (actual), with minimal fire equipment. Col- or: white, gas, 10.00x20 tires, 5 speed manual transmission w/2 speed axle. Truck may be viewed at 400 Highway 310, Deaver, Wyoming. Sealed bids to be accepted by Big Horn County Fire Protection Dis- trict No. 5, P.O. Box 222, Deaver, WY 82421 on Thursday, August 9, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. Mark outside of envelope as follows: "SEALED BID/ TRUCK NO. 4." Call 307-272-5064 with questions. Publish July 19, 26 & August 2, 2012 Ryrnn property..se hearin NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Mayor and Council of the Town of Byron, Wyoming, will hold a public hearing on Thursday, July 19, 2012, at 5:30 p.m. in the council room at 35 South Pryor, Byron, Wyoming, to discuss the change of use permit submitted by to the town for property located at 30 East Main Street, also described as Lot 1, Block 21, Original Town of Byron, Big Horn County, Wyoming, EXCEPTING THEREFROM the West 10 feet of the South 93.5 feet of Lot 1, Block 21, Original Town of Byron; AND A tract of land being a portion of Block 16, the vacated alley within Block 16 and the vacated portion of Shoshone Avenue lying adjacent to Lot 4 of said Block 16, Original Town of Byron, Big Horn Coun- ty, Wyoming. Additional information regarding this hearing can be picked up at the Byron Town Hall Office located in the Byron Town Complex, Byron, WY. Publish: July 5, 12 & 19, 2012 Cowley Cmtery Dist. Ruget Haring NOTICE OF HEARING COWLEY CEMETERY DISTRICT Notice is hereby given that a public hearing on the proposed budget for Cowley Cemetery District for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2013, which is now being considered by the Board of Cowley Cemetery District, will be held at Cowley, Wyoming, on the 26th day of July, 2012, 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 Estimate of Tax Cash & Total Requirements FUND Revenues Budget Amount Mill Levy General Fund $107,146.91 $134,053.00 $26,906.09 Details of District General Fund Requirements Tentative Administration $780.00 Operations $47,075.00 Indirect Costs $3,698.00 Capital Outlay $82,500.00 Debt Service $0.00 Provisions for Tax Shrinkage $0.00 Total Cash Requirements $134,053.00 Publish: July 19, 2012 Liquor license renewal FRANNIE LIQUOR LICENSE RENEWAL Notice is hereby given that on the twenty-first of June, 2012, Ron- ald L. and Melanie L. Ellis dba Frannie Bar filed an application for the renewal of a retail liquor license, in the office of the clerk of the Town of Frannie, WY for the following described place and room: Lot 4 of Block 1, Frannie, WY, a 21 ftx 18 ft room, in the east half of the build- ing, and protests, if any, against the renewal of the retail liquor license will be heard at 6:30 p.m., Monday, August 6th, 2012, in the Town meeting room at 311 Fifth Street, Frannie, WY. Dated: June 25, 2012 Brook Loyning Frannie Town Clerk Publish: July 5, 12, 19 & 26, 2012 Lovell Town Council minutes. July t0:2012 MINUTES OF THE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING HELD JULY 10, 2012 AT 7:00 EM. AT LOVELLTOWN HALL. Present: Mayor Bruce Morrison, Council Members: Brian Dick- son, Bruce Wolsey, Scott AUred and Kevin Jones. Others present: Clerk/Treasurer Valerie Beal, Attorney Sandra Kitchen, Frank Page, Keri Wilske, Shyann Wilske, David Peck, Kristin Owens. With a quorum present, Mayor Morrison called the meeting to order and led in the Pledge of Allegiance. Brian Dickson made a motion to approve the minutes of the Reg- ular Meeting held June 12th with the addition of"RUS" in the last para- graph to (relinquish "RUS" funds contingent...). Second by Bruce Wolsey. All in favor. Motion passed. Bruce Wolsey made a motion to approve the minutes of the Executive Session held June 12, 2012. Sec- ond by Scott Allred. All in favor. Motion passed. Scott Allred made a motion to approve the minutes of the Special Meeting held June 29, 2012. Second by Bruce Wolsey. All in favor. Motion passed. PUBLIC COMMENTS: Kiri Wilske explained and reviewed thd Storm Ready Status she has been working on. OLD BUSINESS: Frank Page -DOWbHKM engineer reported on the progress on the South Water and Sewer project. The lines on the upper bench have been completed and work is currently progressing on 7th and 8th Street. Two change orders were presented to Council for consid- eration. Change Order #3 in the amount of $7177.96 for relaying sew- er on Montana Avenue due to unknown sewer grade variances and Change Order #4 allowing for a time extension due to utility company delays. The time extensions have also caused the need for additional contract days for DOWL-HKM. Mr. Page submitted Contract Amend- ment #8 allowing for additional construction administration not to ex- ceed $141,060. A correction of the amount listed on the documents was noticed. Scott Allred made a motion to approve Change Order #3, Change Order #4 and Amendment #8 to the contract with DOWL- HKM with the corrected amount. Second by Brian Dickson. All in favor. Motion passed. Mr. Page explained applications need to be submitted to the fund- ing agencies in September and October for the Main Street Water and Sewer Project and that Old Hospital demolition bids are projected for mid August with demolition scheduled for October to November. With Sue Taylor excused, Valerie Beal read the Lovell Inc. update discussing an upcoming Commercial Property Open House sched- uled for Friday, July 20th from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m., a report on the abate- ment work on the Old Hospital Project, heating and' air conditioning problems at the Incubator Building and progress on setting up a clean- up trailer to be used for the community service program. A proposal from Northern Industrial Hygiene, Inc. to provide Project Management of Construction Monitoring Services, Abate- ment Air Clearances and Preparation of a Final Report in the amount of $3550 was presented and discussed. Brian Dickson made a motion to accept the consulting Agreement between the Town of Lovell and Northern Industrial Hygiene. Second by Bruce Wolsey. All in favor. Motion passed. NEW BUSINESS: A request for the annual renewal of Special Use Permit #002-2007 was made by Mountain Construction. With no objections received, Bruce Wolsey made a motion to renew the Special Use Permit for Mountain Construction. Second by Brian Dickson. All in favor. Mo- tion passed. Mayor Morrison reported discussions with Montana-Dakota Util- ities regarding a requested pipeline easement that would allow their distribution line to be located along the northwest tree area within Great Western Park. He explained this would provide a location for the new line without needing to tear up the intersection on Hampshire Avenue and 3rd Street. If the park easement is not attainable they will proceed with their plans to go in the road. Attorney Kitchen sug- gested wording be added to the easement making it a non-exclusive easement, to delete wording and only agree not to build, create or construct any building over or under the land described by the ease- ment and have the company be responsible for all damages to trees and bushes as a result of the improvements. Bruce Wolsey made a motion to approve the easement with the changes as suggested by Attorney Kitchen. Second by Brian Dickson. All in favor. Motion passed. Bruce Wolsey made a motion to add that they also be respon- sible for damage to the grass. Second by Scott Alfred. All in favor. Motion passed. GENERAL INFORMATION: Bills were presented for payment. Bruce Wolsey made a motion to pay the bills. Second by Kevin Jones. All in favor. Motion passed. AFLAC WORLDWIDE HEADQUARTERS ................................ 239.14 ALLRED, EDWARD A. .................................................................... 49.93 ALSCO ............................................................................................. 121.99 BANK OF LOVELL ................................................................... 17,385.09 BIG HORN COUNTY CLERK ........................................................ 41.00 BIG HORN COUNTY SOLID WASTE ................................... 11,422.40 BIG HORN COUNTY WEED & PEST .......................................... 70.00 BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD ................................................ 23,409.81 BOBCAT OF THE BIG HORN BASIN ........................................ 160.54 BROSIUS, TIMOTHY ................................................................. 4,580.45 BRUCO INC ................................................................................... 245:92 BURNHAM TOWING & AUTO SALVAGE ................................ 130.00 CASELLE INC .................................................................................. 80.00 CITY SUPPLY ................................................................................... 45.10 CNA SURKI'Y ................................................................................. 175.00 COPENHAVER KATH KITCHEN ............................................ 1,308.00 DICKSON, BRIAN ........................................................................... 80.98 DOWL HKM .............................................................................. 46,438.64 ENERGY LABORATORIES INC .................................................... 80.00 FIRST BANK OF WYOMING ................................................... 2,500.04 FOSTER GULCH GOLF ASSOCIATION ............................... 15,500.00 GALLS INC ..................................................................................... 204.96 GREENHOUSE GARDENS .......................................................... 887.19 HERREN, KEESHA ....................................................................... 115.00 HILTON GARDEN INN ................................................................ 324.22 HITZ, M. LYNN .............................................................................. 330.00 INK SPOT, THE ............................................................................. 255.00 INTER-MOUNTAIN LABS INC ................................................... 489.00 JOLLEY, JASON ............................................................................. 575.00 K-B COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS .................................................. 43.25 LEWIS, NICK ................................................................................... 70.00 LINTON'S BIG R. ........................................................................... 601.84 LOCAL GOV'MENT LIABILITY POOL ................................. 10,023.00 LOVELL- KANE AREA MUSEUM ............................................. 124.06 LOVELL BUILDING CENTER .................................................... 308.24 LOVELL CHRONICLE ............................................................... 1,276.50 LOVELL LIBRARY ........................................................................ 150.00 LOVELL REDI MIX ....................................................................... 396.00 LOVELL RECREATION DISTRICT ............................................ 233.41 LOVELL VETERINARY SERVICE ................................................ 46.00 MAYES LOCKSMITHING, LLOYD .............................................. 38.00 MAYES, NEIL ................................................................................. 457.96 MILLER'S FABRICATION INC ..................................................... 87.63 MINCHOW'S SERVICE LLC .................................................... 2,946.30 MONTANA DAKOTA UTILITIES ............................................... 220.52 MUNICIPAL CODE CORPORATION ...................................... 1,127.98 NEPECO ......................................................................................... 378.00 NORTH BIG HORN SENIOR CENTER ....................................... 31.25 NORTHERN INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE .................................... 9,590.00 NORTHWEST RURAL WAFER DISTRICT .................................. 39.60 OFFICE SHOP ............................................................................ 7,327.34 ORCHARD TRUST CO .............................................................. 1,025.00 PARK COUNTY LANDFILLS ....................................................... 875.00 POSTMASTER ............................................................................... 277.44 POWELL OFFICE SUPPLY .......................................................... 295.24 RED APPLE SUPERMARKET ................. : ................................... 138.79 ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER .................................................. 4,802.69 SAVAGE, DOUGLAS ..................................................................... 426.06 SAVAGE, ROBYN ........................................................................... 930.62 SHOSHONE MUNICIPAL PIPELINE ................................... 23,152.94 TCT WEST INC ............................................................................. 998.09 TECHNICAL EDGE CONSULTING ........................................ 5,257.98 TOWN OF LOVELL ...................................................................... 248.53 USABLUEBOOK ........................................................................ 1,298.54 VALLEY MOTOR SUPPLY CO .................................................... 387.85 W.A.R.M. PROPERTY POOL .................................................... 8,075.64 WATERWORKS INDUSTRIES INC ............................................ 277.75 WEINAND, CORA ........ . ............................................................. 1,078.75 WILSON BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION ............................ 241,071.49 WOODWARD TRACTOR & RENTAL INC ......................... .... 6,305.79 WYO ASSN MUNICIPAL C &T .................................................... 65.00 WYO ASSN OF MUNICIPALITIES .......................................... 2,917.00 WYO DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION ............................................. 5.00 WYO DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION ........................................... 65.16 WYOMING NCPERS- 851 ............................................................. 48.00 WYO RETIREMENT SYSTEM ................................................. 9,091.91 WYO DEPT OF WORKFORCE SERVICES ............................ 1,432.03 WAGNER, KELTON ...................................................................... 200.00 KLEBENSTEIN, JOSHUA .............................................................. 58.44 ALLPHIN, VERNON ..................................................................... 117.01 JOLLEY, MICHELLE ...................................................................... 54.04 GRAHAM, KIMBERLY ................................................................... 81.12 PRICE, MIKE ................................................................................... 75.18 Total Paid: ................................................................................ 473,895.36 Clerk/Treasurer Beal reported a discussion with a representa- tive of SLIB regarding remaining funds from the Southeast Water and Sewer Project that might be available to re-allocate to the South proj- ect. Council requested a request be made for these funds. Scott Allred made a motion at 7:55 p.m. to recess the Regular Meeting and reconvene in Executive Session pursuant to W.S. 164- 405 (a) (iii) litigation to which our governing body is a party. Second Kevin Jones. All in favor. Motion passed. Meeting was reconvened at 8:10 p.m. With no additional action, Bruce Wolsey made a motion to adjourn. Second by Scott Ailred. All in favor. Motion passed. Pending Approval: Mayor R. Bruce Morrison ATTEST: Clerk/Treasurer Valerie Beal Publish: July 19, 2012 Please recycle this newspaper Simple uhdivision application PUBLIC NOTICE Fred and Carrie Hopkin have filed an application for a simple sub- division with Big Horn County. The proposal is to subdivide off 1 lot of 7.00 acres off from their approximately 162 acre parcel of land located in Section 17, T55N, R97W, 6th PM, Big Horn County, WY. Any concerns with said simple subdivision must be submitted in writing to the Big Horn County Planner, EO. Box 29, Basin, WY 82410. If you have any questions, please contact the County Planner at (307) 568-2424. Publish: July 12 & 19, 2012 Big Horn County rlarie; SAIARY PUBLICATION The following salaries were paid for the month of June. 2012, by Big Horn County. According to Wyoming Statute 18-3-516 Co) (i), During January and July of each year, the name, position and gross monthly salary of each chief administrative official, assistant admin- istrative official and department head including those officials and department heads of boards and departments funded by the board of county commissioners and elected officials. The publication shall also include a list of all other full-time posi- tions employed by the county without the name of the current em- ployee, including the gross monthly salary for each position. A brief statement shall accompany the salary publications specifying that all salaries are listed as gross monthly salaries or actual monthly wages, not including any fringe benefits such as health insurance costs, life insurance benefits and pension plans. The statement shall also indi- cate that the salaries or wages do not include any overtime that the employee may earn which would be paid by the county. Number Gross of Name and/or Position Monthly Positions Salary 1 Jerold S. Ewen, County Commissioner, Chairman 2338.78 1 Keith M. Grant, County Commissioner 2338.78 1 Thomas S. Hinman, County Commissioner 2338.78 1 Dori Noyes, County Clerk 4677.56 1 Deputy Clerk 2751.32 1 Deputy Clerk/Elections 2810.11 1 Deputy Clerk 2686.93 1 Deputy Clerk/Elections 2624.44 1 Deputy Clerk 2624.44 1 Deputy Clerk 2426.67 1 Deputy Clerk 2247.00 1 Becky Lindsey, County Treasurer 4677.56 1 Deputy County Treasurer 3006.50 1 Deputy County Treasurer 2747.63 1 Gina Anderson, County Assessor 4677.56 1 Deputy County Assessor 3006.50 1 Deputy County Assessor 2686.93 1 Deputy County Assessor 2652.00 1 Deputy County Assessor 2624.44 1 Deputy County Assessor 2319.20 1 Michelle Burns, County Attorney 6236.74 1 Deputy County Attorney 6180.00 1 County Attorney Legal Assistant 2404.84 1 County Attorney Legal Assistant 2250.00 1 Vickie Larchick, Clerk of District Court 4677.56 1 Deputy Clerk of District Court 2883.31 1 Deputy Clerk of District Court 2624.44 1 Engineering/Planning Technician 2784.00 1 Engineering/Planning Technician 2166.64 1 Fred Werner, Maintenance Supervisor 2822.61 1 Janitor, Courthouse 2784.00 1 Janitor, Courthouse 2080.00 1 Kenneth Blackburn, County Sheriff 4677.56 1 Blaine Jolley, Patrol Captain 3129.50 1 Brent Godfrey, Community Service Officer 3713.77 1 Steven Coleman, School Resource Officer 3101.12 1 Kyle McClure, School Resource Officer 2546.84 1 Deputy Sheriff 3094.78 1 Deputy Sheriff 2985.66 1 Deputy Sheriff 2876.80 1 Deputy Sheriff 2823.12 1 Deputy Sheriff 2823.08 1 Deputy Sheriff 2820.00 1 Deputy Sheriff 2609.12 1 Dana McKim, IT 2947.11 1 Dispatcher/Accounting 2458.11 1 Dispatcher 2869.20 1 Dispatcher 2709.20 1 Dispatcher 2539.92 1 Dispatcher 2331.20 1 Dispatcher 2176.33 1 Dispatcher 2096.10 1 Debbie Cook, Detention Administrator, Captain 4277.55 1 Julie Faber, Detention Lieutenant 3605.00 1 Records Clerk 2733.36 1 Evidence-CSI 2213.17 1 Detention Deputy 3038.36 1 Detention Deputy 3016.80 1 Detention I)eputy 3383.84 1 Detention Deputy 3416.08 1 Detention Deputy 3003.20 1 Detention Deputy 2900.80 1 Detention Deputy 2973.16 1 Detention Deputy 3201.22 1 Housing Control/Cook 2357.60 1 Housing Control 2387.20 1 Housing Control 2217.18 1 Cook 2331.20 1 Cook 2252.92 1 Delmar W. Atwood, Jr., County Coroner, Part-Time 1892.11 1 Public Health Secretary 2588.73 1 Public Health Secretary 2404.84 1 Rodney Wambeke, North Foreman, Road & Bridge 3613.51 1 Gerald Dennistion, South Foreman, Road & Bridge 3655.21 1 Road & Bridge Labor 3292.15 2 Road & Bridge Labor 3126.12 1 Road & Bridge Labor 3063.63 4 Road & Bridge Labor 3002.93 2 Road & Bridge Labor 2942.23 1 Road & Bridge Labor 2252.01 1 County Extension Office Secretary 2404.84 1 John Hyde, Emergency Management Coordinator 3574.24 1 Deb Sehnitzmeier, BHC Fair Manager 3024.00 1 Carl Meyer, Airports Manager 5000.00 The following salaries were authorized by the Big Horn County Li- brary Board. Number Gross of Name/and or Position Monthly Positions Salary 1 Cynthia Wood, Assistant Director and Cataloger 2340.03 1 Julia Kelso, Director 3250.00 Publish: July 19, 2012 ]lizl Coam,X D3Ts -O31 5PM BBQ- Town of Hanna l[ 6PM Texas Hold-Era -- "-'__ I 7.,[ 5k Run/Walk II s, Pancake Breakfast 9:30A Car Show elg. & Parade Line.up XOA Parade [[ IJJU-31,M Fair: Face Painter & Vendors 5:30PM 3 on 3 Basketball 1[ SPMoI2A Street Dance 1 i 8.4 Men s Horseshoes I] IFM lud Dr o Concessions Red Carbon County  Visitors Council !i i]