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18 I The Lovell Chronicle I August 1, 2013 Byron ordinance revisions scrutinized; changes due Lovell resident sells his paintings BY BOB RODRIGUEZ who fought for his country. Town of Byron officials devoted near- ly three hours toward defining and refming various ordinances during a special meeting with the lion's share (90 minutes) revolving around the temporary use of recreational ve- hicles on private property, but prohibiting their use as permanent residences. The four councilors and mayor have ded- icated considerable amounts of time during previous meetings on the RV topic, which has been hashed over painstakingly and at great length such as during the special meet- ing on Tuesday night, July 16, in the town hall. That evening, much of the same territo- ry was covered as during previous sessions this year. Councilman Alan Bair reiterat- ed his continual stance that the town has no business dictating how people use their RVs for occasional visitors. It is his conten- tion that unless it becomes a matter of pub- lic health and safety, the council should not be involved. However, there seemed to be consensus that no one should be allowed to live in an RV for extended time periods except in the case of someone building a home on the same site. Limits would apply. At one point during the marathon, scru- pulous discussion, Councilman Walter Ro- man stated that regarding the existing RV ordinance, "Some of the wording is nonsen- sical." He agreed to work on consolidating the wording for a revised ordinance, as each council member and the mayor had various suggestions. "We will consider the result and make a decision on presenting it to the public for in- put," said Mayor Pam Hopkinson. Amid the RV discussion a question was raised by a man in the audience, who iden- tified himself as Brian Wyndom. He argued that the Declaration of Independence prohib- its any restrictions as to what a person can do on their own property. In challenging the council and interrupting its deliberations several times he cited the Constitution's "in- alienable rights" portion stating that all are entitled to "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness." He added that he is a veteran The council indicated an understanding of his position, but Councilman Drew Wilson noted that all towns have certain rules that its residents and others must follow. No spe- cific resolution was reached, and Wyndom left the meeting with the parting shot that he'd never build a home in Byron. Several other ordinances also came to the fore in connection with land use, includ- ing allowing manufactured home courts and placement of manufactured homes in various town zones. Each matter was discussed, and the mayor expressed her thought that con- sidered growth of the town is desirable and that too many restrictions would not be good. In essence, all the ordinance matters are to be referred to S. Joseph "Joey" Darrah, the city's contract attorney in Powell, to make the language in the ordinances understandable and to reflect the revisions that the council feels are appropriate. The revised, proposed rulings will be brought before the public for comment prior to being voted on for possible adoption. In another matter, the council opened the two bids submitted for a landlocked half- acre of surplus property behind the water treatment plant, and accepted the $550 bid submitted by Texas resident Garrett Wil- son. The other bid was $100 from Byron res- ident Milt Meier. Councilman Drew Wilson abstained from the vote, as Garrett Wilson is his father. The property is adjacent to the younger Wilson's property. Although the requested 10 percent ear- nest money was not included with the elder Wilson's bid, the council opted to accept his bid with Bair stating, "Five hundred-fifty is more than $100." Roman said that the $100 bid indicates to him that the bidder only wanted to purchase the site so that he could resell it at a profit. Counselor Wilson assured the council that he would be in first thing the next morning with a $100 check on behalf of his father. The council also agreed to move its next meeting to Thursday, Aug. 22 instead of Aug. 13 because the mayor and two council mem- bers will be unable to attend the regular scheduled meeting. after graduating from college BY SAM SMITH Ever been interested in seeing some unique art with a variety of painting styles? Well, the work of Lovell resident John White was on display for all to see during the Byron Days fes- tivities Saturday, July 13. John White, a recent Northwest College gradu- ate who earned his degree in fine arts and in general education, held his first art display since he graduated from college on May 18. "I really like Jackson Pollock and Clifford Steele painting styles, and I put my own twist and design into it," White said. "All paintings are done with a palette knife and no brush- es." White said he has been doing this painting style for five years now. When asked what kind of jewelry or other art prod- ucts he creates, he said, "I do my own pottery and homemade glazes; I invent- ed that type of glazing. I also make bookmarks." When asked if anyone had bought any of his art- work, White said, "I had a lot of lookers and compli- ments, but no buyers." White mentioned that "my cells are similar to Vin- cent Van Gogh, who never John White poses with a painting during Byron sold art 'til he was dead." Days July 13. some time Services O[fered Announcements POWELL NEW OFFICE SPACE: 577 sq ft with an office and lobby area. A corner unit in a new build- ing and great location. $600/mo, $600 deposit. Includes wireless intemet. 307-754-7178. __ (61TFThursCT) POWELL: 2 BDRM HOUSE, stove & refrig- erator, Washer and dryer. No pets, no smoking, agent owned, $600/mo. 254-0346. (61-64CT) POWELL: 3 BDRM, 2 BATH mobile home, 307- 254-1114. (61-64PT) HOME FOR RENT in Cowley: 4 bd., 1/2 bath, $850/mo. plus utilities. Call Jodi 801-499-9365. (8/lcL) SHELL:CABIN WITH HORSE property. 10 acres, fenced. Newly redecorated. 2 bed- room/2 bath plus office. $1,000 month plus $1,000 deposit. References required. No Smoking. $500 pet deposit. Show- ing by appointment. Call 406-446-2733. __ (7/25-8/1 pB) I*neurwba. p I Wanted to Rent 754-7185 GREYBULL: VERY NICE UPDATED Two bedroom apartment, with washer/ dryer. Perfect for one or two adults. Rent includes utilities. No smoking or pets. 307-765-9363 for details. (8/1-8/8pB) GREYBULL: FIVE FULLY FURNISHED, well maintained apts/ houses available start- ing 9/1/13 until 6/1/14. No smoking or pets. Rent includes utilities, WIFI & Direct TV. PER- FECT FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE OR THOSE IN TRANSITION. 307-899- 5601 for details. __ (7/25-8/15cB) GREYBULL: 1 BED- ROOM APARTMENT. Completely furnished. All utilities paid. No smok- ing. No pets. 307-765- 4626. __(7/25-8/15cB): GREYBULL: SMALL ONE BEDROOM house. Air, washer, dryer. $390 month. All utilities paid except lights. Available July 25. Call 307-765- 2530 or 307-899-2531. (7/18ffB) SToe.t We Have Sizes o For All Storage All At Needsl Com.,,,,....., New Units ~ RV Storage! 13 feet high! 10x10 & 10x20 units now available BASIN: TWO BED- ROOM APTS. Brand newl All new appliances. Washer and dryer hook ups. No pets. No smok- ing. Starting at $580 per month plus utilities. 307- 680-1523. (I Ol4tfB) BASIN: 1 AND 2 BED- ROOM apt. Free laundry. All utilities paid. Refer- ences required. 307-272- 5405 or 307-921-8558. (8/20tfB) GREYBULL: DRY CREEK STORAGE, New units. 12x24, 12x20, 12x16, 10x10. 700 14th Ave. N. 307-272-9419. (7/23tfB) GREYBULL: STORAGE SHEDS. 10x10- 10x15 - 12x20. Call 307-785- 2407 or 307-272-5470. (7/16tfB) BASIN: THE LILAC MOTEL. Clean and com- fortable. Wireless inter- net. Reasonable rates - daily, weekly, monthly. 710 West C St. 307-568- 3355. (fiB) GREYBULL: THE STORAGE SHED has units available by the day, week, month or year. 1417 N. Seventh St. Call 307-568-2795. (fiB) BASIN: STORAGE UNITS available at The Storage Shed - by the day, week, month or year. 307-568-2795. (fiB) POWELL: 3 BDRM, 2 BATH mobile home in the country. 4 people maximum, one outside pet on approval. Refer- ences required, $650 per month plus $500 cleaning deposit. 754-4520. (60-63PT) POWELL" THREE BED- ROOM townhouse. Nice location, $550/mo. No pets, no smoking. 754- 3013. (60TFCT) POWELL: 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH house, garage, appliances, includes washer and dryer. No smoking, no pets. $800 plus utilities. Call 754- 5906. (60-61PT) POWELL: COMMER- CIAL BUILDING avail- able August 1 st, 491 E. South St. Please contact Angle at 307-864-2997, ext. 229. (58-63CT) WHITLOCK DEVELOP- MENT - For rentals or property management call 307-254-2830. (77TFCT) POWELL: MUST SEEI 3 bdrm, 2 bath home in nice quiet area of town. Looking for something nice? The inside will wow you with lots of eye candy. All appliances including new smooth top range, dishwasher, granite sink, washer/dryer and refrig- erator. All new flooring, paint, lights. Very nice, $895/mo. plus $895 deposit. No pets Call 307- 254-2675 after 6 p.m. (58TFET) CLARK: CABIN BY CREEK, includes wi-fi, water, gas, elec., gar- bage, DirectTV, laundry, $750/mo., $300 deposit. 213-0288. (58-63PT) POWELL: BRAND NEW 2 bedroom horse property. Includes utilities, washer/ dryer/dishwasher. Pets welcome, close to college. Available Sept. 1=. $1,000 per rod. plus deposit, 254- 1158. (58-63CT) POWELL: 3 BDRM, 2 BATH, 1 office. Large garage. No smoking, no pets. $1,000/mo. + utili- ties. Call 307-899-3322. (58-65PT POWELL: NEW 2 BDRM DUPLEX, attached garage, fenced yard, $1,200/mo., $1,200 deposit. Utilities included. No pets, no smoking. 754- 7178. __ (57ThursTCT) POWELL: INDUSTRIAL BUILDING for lease, 40'x80' offices and bath- rooms, 2 large roll-up doors, 3-phase electric, radiant heat, $1,000/mo. rent, $1,000 deposit. 754- 9483. __ (51TFThursCT) TO BUY, SELL OR RENT, call Heart Mountain Realty in Powell - 307-754-9631. (16TFCT) LOOKING FOR FARM HOUSE with outbuild- ings to rent or buy with pasture. 307-754-2757 or 307-202-1889. (58-65PT) APARTMENT/HOUSE WANTED: A 1-BED-. ROOM rental for a young man and his dog looking to relocate from Nevada to Powell to work at the Powell Tribune. Please contact Toby at the Tri- bune with details, toby@ powelltribune.com - office - 307-754-2221 cell - 307- 254-0171. (58TFET) RV REPAIR and services: AC, plumbing, insurance repairs, general repairs and service. Call Jeff Young, 307-250-7649. (4/4tfncL) THE WILD EDGE Screen- printing. Get a modern new look for your tees, sweatshirts, hats, mugs and more by Cindy Asay. Email casay@tctwest.net. 307-272-9380. . (8/1-29pL) GUITAR LESSONS. Professional musician, patient instructor. Ron McClure, 307-254-4473. .(2/7tfcL) GUARANTEED CREDIT APPROVAL through Wyoming Auto Finance. Only available at Midway Auto Sales. Stop getting denied for a loan. 307- 548-7571. (3/10tfcL) CANYON SERVICES, HOME Improvement ser- vice and repair, heating, A/C, plumbing. No job too big, no job too small. Jeff Young, 35+ years experi- ence. 307-250-7649. __ (7/9/09tfcL) PETE SMET RECY- CLING. Buying scrap iron, old farm equipment, auto- mobiles, aluminum cans, copper, brass. We pay $125 a ton for unprepared iron. We pick up and pay cash. Hwy 20 near Devon Energy. 307-347-2528. _ (1/31113-1123114cB) NEED NEW ROOF? Licensed, insured, same day esti- mate free of charge. Call Jeremy 307-431-8147. (7/28tfB) K-D DRAPERIES - window treatments and wall covering displays at McKinnon Flooring. Call Kathy 568-9389 or (800) 347-0089. (tfS) OVER 380,550 WYO- MING PEOPLE will read your classified ad if you place it in WYCAN. Sell, buy, announce. $135 for 25 words. Contact this newspaper for details. (61-61W) HOUSE CLEANING - SUPPLIES provided. Flat rates. Great references, Jami Rae, 605-390-9474. (60-63PT) HOUSE/PET SITTING - Flat rates. Reliable and responsible. Great refer- ences. Jami Rae, 605- 390-9474. (60-63PT) TRIM AND TIDY TREE SERVICE for all your tree, bush and shrub needs. Call 202-1253. __ (37TFThursCT) NEED GU'rFERS? CALL SIMMONS Ironworks, 754-8259 or 899-8259. 5 or 6" seamless gutters. (03TFCT) AFFORDABLE POR- TRAITSl Call C.Wensky Photography. Afford- able prices, experienced results. 202-0858. (29TFET) 307-764-2393 656 Road 5, P0well Weddings, Anniversories, Birthda NEED CABINETS? Before going to the big box stores, compare local prices. We offer more than custom cabinets. We have manufactured at competitive prices. Guaranteed quality with more options. Woodcraft Cabinetry, Lovell, WY. 307-548-2777. (3/TtfcL) 1995 CAMPER for sale, Mallard, bumper pull, 24' very good condition, extras, $5,000 firm. Call 307-548-2342 if inter- ested. (8/1 pL) SAVE ON GOOD used beds and furniture. Hutches, buffets, reclin- ers, daybed, popup and more. Twin mattresses and sofas wanted. The Box, 522 Greybull Avenue, Greybull. 307- 765-2590. (8/1 cB) FULL SIZE MATTRESS. No stains, no sags, like new. Comes with frame and set of sheets. $50. 307-765-9207. (8/1-8/8cB) 1991 HOLIDAY RAM- BLER 1000 RV. 37 ft. class A. Like new. 64,000 miles. $14,000. See at 725 N. 5th St., Greybull or call 765-4344/899- 2925. (8/1 pB) TWELVE MONTH PRE- MIUM food supply, one person. $2,267(was $2,752). Sixteen unopened 60# boxes. 20-30 year shelf life. High quality freeze dried foocl including full breakfast, lunch and dinners; veg- etables, fruits, grains and flour; pasta, potatoes, beans and legumes. Plus all cooking basics. Easy preparation - just add water. Call for full menu and details. 307-765- 2156. (8/1-8/15pB) WORKING WASHER & DRYER, $150 pair; newer lift recliner, $250 OBO; irrigation pump w/Wisconsin engine; tanned black bear hide w/ head & claws. Located in Basin. Call 406-671-4802 or 406-671-4807. __(7/18-8/1 PB) HOUSE FULL OF furni- ture. 272-6505. (60-63PT) FOSSILIZED POLISHED COFFEE & end tables, freestanding basketball hoop, Love Seat, Stu- dent Comp. Desk, Office Chairs, China Hutch, China w/crystal glasses & silverware, oak flower barrels, Old Trunks, Vin- tage & Collectables ! Large Variety Old Stuff, Sports Memorbilia, Mar- bles, Comic Books, Toys, Rare & Unique Items. Call 307-754-0777. (52TFCT) MAKE LIFE DELICIOUS with Tastefully Simple foods and gifts! Call me to schedule a tasting party or place an order! Independent Consultant Shawna Wensky @ 307-250- 6358. __ (44TFET) J ,L, u AL-ANON MEETS at 401 s. 5th, Grace Fellowship, Greybull at noon on Mon- days. (fiB) SCENIC BOAT TOURS in the Big Horn Canyon. Catering available. Plan your special events, corporate retreats, family reunions, etc. with us. For reserva- tions and avail- ability, call Hidden Treasures Charters at 307-899-1401. BHB(31-Thurs70CT) BREASTFEEDING SUP- PORT - Every Thursday at noon at Planet Kids. Led by Certified Lactation Counselors - 754-1212. __ (46TFThursFT) POWELL AL ANON pro- vides support for friends and relatives of alcoholics. Meetings: Tuesdays at noon and Wednesdays, 7:00 p.m. at 146 South Bent (Big Horn Enter- prises/ north entrance off parking lot). For infor- mation, call 754-4543 or 754-5988. __ (103TFThursFT) NARCOTICS ANONY- MOUS Meets at 146 S. Bent, Powell (Big Horn Enterprise building) Tu. (open, book study), Th. (closed, for addicts only) Sat. at 10 a.m. (closed) and Sun. (open) at 7 pro. Call or text 254-5729 for more info. ___ (21TFThursFT) CODY N.A. MEETINGS- Mon. at 7 p.m., Assembly of God Church basement, 1532 Bleistein Ave. __ (24ThursTFFT) N.A. meets in Lovell, Monday evenings at 8 p.m. at the Big Horn Fed- eral conference room. __ (72ThursTFFT) WELCOME TO POWELLI Call us for a Free gift pack and coupons from area businesses. Wyoming Welcome- 754-9399 or 754-3206. __ (15ThursTFFT) 00Greybull Apartments Now accepting applications for 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apts. Multi-family affordable housing. Rental assistance depending upon eligibility and availability. l.,.,u,l,? 1., #,.m, . ,in Call 307-765-9236 or stop by 9 North 2rid St., Greybull, WY 82426. TDD 1-800-877-9975 //I/' lilt/l/it/lOll I , (lit ASK about several options to make your classiSed ad STANDOUT! ,r  t