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www, LovellChronicle,com September 2, 2010 I The Lovell Chronicle I 19 PUBLIC NOTICES BiJr Horn Coun Commicioner's Minutes. AuE.st 3 & 4. 2010 BIG HORN COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' MINUTES SHOSHONE OFFICE SUPPLY 33.78 / WILLIAM L. SIMPSON 150.00 DATE TIME AND PLACE: The Board of County Commissioners of Big Horn County, Wyoming, met in regular session on August 3&4, 2010. The meetings were called to order beginning with the Pledge of Allegiance at the office of the board of county commissioners in the Basin courthouse. BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT: Thomas S. Hinman, chairman; Keith Grant and Jerold S. Ewen, members; and Dori Noyes, county clerk and clerk of the board. Rod Wambeke, Jerry Denniston, road and bridge foremen, and William Bridges, Pryor Mountain Engineering, met with the commis- sioners to discuss road issues. Commissioner Ewen made a motion, seconded by Commissioner Grant and carried, to buy the wrecked 1998 Kenworth truck back from the insurance company. This county- owned truck was wrecked, totaled by the insurance company, and will be purchased for $2800 for salvage. William Bridges presented quotes for the cultural survey on the Lane 38 project. Subsequent to a recommendation by William Bridges, Commissioner Grant made a motion, seconded by Commissioner Ewen and carried, to notify Wind River Resources to perform the cultural survey required by the BLM for the road straightening project on Lane 38. Commissioner Grant made a motion, seconded by Com- missioner Ewen and carried, to seek a preliminary easement and sign a State of Wyoming easement application for Lane 38, described as T.S. 52, Range 97, Sec. 27, North 100', East 916.66' of Tract 38. Commissioner Grant was excused at 9:20 a.m. for a funeral. Subsequent to a recommendation by William Bridges, Commis- sioner Ewen made a motion, seconded by Commissioner Hinman and carried, to sign the Certificate of Substantial Completion for project PME-120901 with Frost Rock Products for Big Horn County 2010 Aggregate Stockpile as completed on June 1,2010, and to begin the 41-day advertising process. Commissioner Ewen made a motion, seconded by Com- missioner Hinman and carried, to proceed with the application for an additional $100,000.00 from the next issue of High Risk Rural Road grant funding. This money is to be added to existing funding and applied to work planned to be performed on Road 5 (Sand Hill Road) between Deaver and Byron. William contacted B&G Industries and LaMax Construction to coordinate the draining of the airport water tank for the repair of pinholes in the tank. Subsequent to a recommendation by William Bridges, Com- missioner Ewen made a motion, seconded by Commissioner Hinman and carried, to approve an approach application for Larry Blair's residence on Road 7 (Cannery Road) and to put %-inch material on the top of the road described as T.S. 56N., Range 97W., Section 1, west of Highway 310. Jerry Denniston and William had received some complaints about the quality of crush base finish on the road through Hyattville. William also gave a Hyattville Community Center grant update indicating that the project is moving forward. He said they will be get- ting an electrical engineer shortly, and will go to the next phase next month. William Bridges discussed an outstanding bill for the completion of the heating system in the Basin library. Commissioners agreed to pay the bill and take the money out of 10-4-161-260-000, Building and Equipment Maintenance, until Dori Noyes, County Clerk, can advertise a transfer of funds for the next meeting. A journal entry will then be done to transfer to the appropriate line item. Rod Wambeke was approached by a landowner who wanted to hire the county Road & Bride to blade his driveway, which is on the railroad right-of-way. The county attorney agreed to send a letter inform- ing the landowner that the county could not blade the road because there is no agreement with the railroad to allow county equipment on the railroad right-of-way. Commissioner Ewen made a motion, seconded by Commis- sioner Hinman and carried, to sign the cooperative agreement tletwn'he BigcHohrGounty Sheriff's office and the Bighorn and Shoshone national forests. Commissioner Ewen made a motion, seconded by Commis- sioner Hinman and carried, to table the MBA/employee insurance issue for further review and consultation with Bob Decker. Commissioner Hinman made a motion, seconded by Com- missioner Ewen and carried, to allow the bills and payroll as presented. The following bills were presented, audited, approved by motion and warrants ordered, issued in payment of same: LOIS ADEY 20.00 / ALCOPRO 3,300.00 / ALLEN'S AIRFRAME & EN- GINE SERVICE 198.77 / ALLTEL 126.42 / ASSOCIATED CONSTRUC- TION ENGINEERING 4,357.50 / DEL ATWOOD, JR 450.00 / ATCO INTERNATIONAL 114.65/ATWOOD FAMILY FUNERAL DIRECTORS INC 491.00/B&G INDUSTRIES LLC 131.30/BASIN PHARMACY 6,175.94 / BASIN REPUBLICAN RUSTLER 315.25/TOWN OF BASIN 7,634.48/ ALLEN C. BECKHOFF 11.54 / MATTHEW BENDER & CO., INC. 185.52 / THOMAS L. BENNETT, MD 1,620.00 / BIG HORN BASIN COUNSEL- ING 145.00 / BIG HORN CO-OP MARKETING ASSN 9,114.94 / BIG HORN ENGRAVING & SIGN 92.50 / BIG HORN RURAL ELECTRIC CO. 359.96 / KENNETH BLACKBURN 200.00 / LINDA BOYCE 2,151.75 / MARY BOYER 549.15 / BURLINGTON CAR CARE 98.22 / MICHELLE M. BURNS 3,198.40/CALIFORNIA CONTRACTORS SUPPLIES 194.76 / CARQUEST AUTO PARTS 986.39 / JANE CHAVlRA 24.00 / TERESA MARIE CALDWELL 339.90 / CK HARDWARE 124.62 / CHIC HARBINE TRUCK & EQUIPMENT 25,000.00 / COLONIAL RESEARCH CHEMICAL CORER 149.12 / COMMERCIAL SERVICE HVAC 2,832.60 / COMPUTER SOFTWARE ASSOC. 5,858.00/COPENHAVER, KATH, KITCHEN 150.00 / COUNTY CLERK 70.25 / COUNTY TREASURER 41.70 / COVENANT INSURANCE GROUP INC. 1,650.00 / KIM COWAN 139.50 / WAYNE A. BIRD 1,000.00 / COWLEY LUMBER CO. 211.68 / NELSON CRAWLEY 75.00/DASH MEDICAL GLOVES 838.60/JERRY DENNISTON 439.57 / DOUBLE R SERVICE 1,829.81 / 5-J CONTRACTING INC. 95,553.00 / JULIE FABER 34.70 / FIRST BANKCARD 423.13 / FIRE PROTEC- TION DISTRICT #4 132.09 / FIVE COUNTY JOINT POWERS BOARD 22,560.00 / DAVID FLITNER 192.50 / FLEET SERVICES 3,400.25 / FROST ROCK PRODUCTS 84,011.50 / GALLS, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 1,023.95 / GRETCHEN GASVODA KELSO 30.00 / TRACY GIFFORD 8.70 / GORRELL & HOPKINSON P.C. 725.85 / FAWN GOTON 42.00 / GDA ENGINEERS 50,322.23 / GRAINGER 642.38 / GREENWOOD MAPPING INC. 5,800.00 / GREYBULL BUILDING CENTER 75.00 / GREYBULL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 1,000.00 / GREYBULL STAN- DARD 143.00 / CHARLES GROTEFEND 105.00 / HANSON'S FIRE EQUIPMENT 8.10 / HANSON CHEMICAL, INC. 98.79 / ROY HARPER 54.50 / HARPER'S SERVICE CENTER 282.98 / HASKELL FUNERAL HOME 300.00 / JILL HARPER 397.45 / DARLA HARRIS 33.75 / ABBY HERNANDEZ 75.00 / HIGH COUNTRY TELEPHONE 60.00 / WALTER HIBBERT 353.62 / GEORGIA A. HUNT 295.00 / JOHN G. HYDE 72.22 / I-STATE TRUCK CENTER 257.74 / ILLINOIS OFFICE SUPPLY 2,590.10 / JABE CORPORATION 4,750.00 / JAKE'S TIRE & REPAIR 113.52 / JOHN R. HALEY IV 592.48 / JVAN CONTRACTING 31,950.00 / KIM- BERLY KOCH 916.20 / KREISERS INC. 460.00 / LAIRD SANITATION 130.00 / LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC. 76.55 / BECKY A. LINDSEY 83.00 / LINTON'S BIG R 39.95 / JESSICA LOEPER P.C. 1,150.00 / LOVELL CHRONICLE 186.75 / LOVELL CHRONICLE 168.50 / TOWN OF LOVELL 189.04 / MKK CONSULTING ENGINEERS, INC. 9,555.45 / ANGELICA MClNTOSH 333.75 / MARK'S REFRIGERATION 136.15 / MARY MATTHEWS 45.00 / SHERIDAN MAY 13.50 / NElL MAYES 1,045.00 / MIDWAY CLINIC 144.00 / MINCHOW'S SERVICE 9,039.08 / MODERN MACHINERY 1,751.78 / MONTANA-DAKOTA UTILITIES 366.17 / MOUNTAIN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 217,861.24 / MURDOCH OIL, INC. 2,105.36 / KAMI NEIGHBORS 286.92 / NORTH BIG HORN SEARCH & RESCUE 1,054.78/NORTH BIG HORN SENIOR CITIZENS 150.00 / NORTHWEST SPECIALTY SALES CO. 749.48 / O'REILLY AUTO PARTS 4.49 / THE OFFICE SHOP, INC. 553.86 / OTIS ELEVATOR COMPANY 35,535.21 / OVERLAND EXPRESS MART 97.16 / PAMIDA PHARMACY 79.98 / PARK COUNTY CLERK 37.41 / PARK COUNTY IMPLEMENT 143.34 / PETERSON QUALITY OFFICE FURNITURE 1,500.00 / DAVID S. PETERSON, D.D.S. 340.00 / PHILA- DELPHIA INSURANCE COMPANIES 62,338.76 / THOS. Y. PICKETT & COMPANY, INC 3,350.00 / PITNEY BOWES POSTAGE BY PHONE 80.65 / POWELL OFFICE SUPPLY 20.79 / PROCESS POWER & CONTROL INC. 10,891.71 / WILLIAM E. BRIDGES 18,931.30 / QT TECHNOLO- GIES 345.00 / QUILL CORPORATION 56.46 / QWEST 34.42 / RED APPLE SUPERMARKET 71.89 / RELIABLE OFFICE SUPPLIES 61.45 / KENT A. RICHINS 550.00 / ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 1,874.27 / RON'S FOOD FARM 40.67 / RANDY L. ROYAL 225.00 / RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DIST. #1 198.00 / RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DIST. #2 196.25 / SAINT VINCENT HEALTHcARE 676.68 / COLEEN SCHEELER 152.74 / CHRIS SAWAYA 45.00 / SECURITY STATE BANK 116,769.06 / SECURITY STATE BANK- PETTY CASH 22.68 / SELBY'S 175.96 / / DALLEN SMITH 133.00 / SOUTH BIG HORN COUNTY HOSPITAL 5,350.01 / VONDA SOUTHARD 120.00 / SOUTH BIG HORN SENIOR CITIZENS 1,348.07 / STEVE'S ELECTRIC, INC. 1,588.97 / SUPERIOR LAMP INC. 397.87 / SYSCO FOOD SERVICES 15,131.69/TCT WEST, INC. 1,700.07 / T&E RENTAL 80.80 / JERRI TILLETT 1,253.75 / TITAN MACHINERY 118.05 / TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO. 150.42 / TRANE 39.50 / TRAVELING COMPUTERS, INC. 8,306.95 / ULTRAMAX 1,092.00 / UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING 55.00 / U.W.C.E.S. 60.00 / VAISALA INC. 941.00 / AMERICAN WELDING & GAS INC. 612.11 / GAlL E. VANDERPLOEG, LPN 125.00/VERIZON WIRELESS 1,182.61 / LEWIS B. WALKER 2,479.00 / WAVES WEB DESIGN 123.75 / WHEELER'S IGA 22.14 / SUSAN WILEY, R.N. 108.18 / WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT 511.69 / WYOMING BEHAVIORAL INSTITUTE 1,370.00 / WYOMING FIRE SAFETY 50.00 / WYOMING GAS 1,183.06 / WYOMING RETIREMENT SYSTEM 2,816.36 / WYO. PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING SERVICES 287.00/CARA ZELLER 315.00 / CARMEN ALLRED 24.50 / JAN BARNETT 35.50 / PEARLE D. BAUER 20.00 / CATHY BAYERT 20.00 / RUBY LEE BEALL 20.00 / JUNE BOOTH 35.00 / ROX ANNE BREWER 20.00 / GRACE BRIGGS 27.50 / DANIEL CARIVEAU 20.00 / DARRELL CARIVEAU 27.50 / DIANE CAUFFMAN 42.50 / CARLA M. COHEN KELLEY 20.00 / LISA COOK 28.50 / CINDY CORDOVA 20.00 / PATSIE COZZENS 20.00 / RENA CROFT 20.00 / BARBARA DAVlDSON 42.50 / PAULA DEE 20.00 / JUANITA DELLOS 29.50 / PATTY DESPAIN 20.00 / ELAINE DOBBS 28.50 / LOIS EM- METT 20.00 / FAYE FARR 20.00 / JANICE R. FINK 20.00 / KAREN S. GARClA 46.50 / CAROLINE GIPSON 37.00 / BERNIE E. JENSEN 32.50 / VIRGINIA JENSEN 20.00 / RENON JONES 27.50 / SHERALDEAN JONES 20.00 / JANET E. KUMMERFELDT 44.00 / JANICE MANGUS 20.00 / LINDA MARCUS 29.50 / MYRA MCCOLLAM 26.50 / LINDA MCGREGOR 20.00/JUDY MCMAHON 27.50/DEBBI MCKIM 120.00 / BILLIE MENZEL 25.50 / NANCY MICKELSON 24.50 / DOROTHY A. MILLER 20.00/DANIEL R. MILLS, SR. 20.00/JULIA MITCHELL 20.00 / BETTE NEAL 20.00/MARGARET NATION 20.00/ERLINDA PARKER 23.50 / CARRIE PREATOR 40.50 / JEAN T. PREATOR 35.50 / DEB REDLAND 20.00 / DEBORAH REEVES 29.50/ARLENE ROSS 20.00/ DARLA SAAM 42.50 / CONALYN SANDERS 24.50 / ENID SANDERSON 20.00 / DIXIE J. SHAW 42.50 / VICKI SORENSON 32.50 / SHERRY THOMPSON 24.50 / DUSTI TRYON 40.00 / CARYL C. TURNER 20.00 / WALTRAUT VALASEK 20.00 / NANCY C. WALKER 20.00 / JANICE L. WANTULOK 23.50 / KAREN E. WILLIAMS 29.50 / SHIRLEY WILLIAMS 25.50 / MARILYN WILKINSON 25.50 / ALVERETTA WINTERS 26.50 / JUDY WINTERS 32.50/DOROTHY B. WlNTERHOLLER 20.00/GRETA GODFREY WORKMAN 20.00 / MOLLY YATES 33.50 Commissioner Ewen made a motion, seconded by Com- missioner Hinman and carried, to approve the July 20, 2010, minutes as presented at the meeting. Sue Wiley, public health, met with the commissioners to discuss the replacement of her state employee. Commissioner Ewen made a motion, seconded by Com- missioner Hinman and carried, to adjourn for lunch at 12:00 p.m. Commission Chairman Hinman called for regular session at 1:00 p.m. Deb McKim met with the commissioners to discuss and present a contract which will provide her services to Big Horn County in the areas of oil and gas research. Jill Harper, airport board secretary, and Harold Sheppard, Mu- seum of Flight and Aerial Fireflghting member, and William Bridges, Pryor Mountain Engineering, met with the commissioners to discuss the recommendations presented to the commissioners from the museum study committee. The airport board felt the proposals were presented differently and recommended that GDA Engineers, who knows the history and holds the airport information, should be awarded the contract for the Airport Museum study. Commissioners decided to table the issue until Linda Harp meets with them tomorrow regarding the same subject. Commissioner Ewen made a motion, seconded by Com- missioner Hinman and carried, to go into executive session on personnel issues at 2:00 p.m. Those present: Carol Willard, Fred Werner, Georgia Antley Hunt and Dori Noyes, county clerk. Commfssion Chairman Thomas S, Hinman called for regular session at 2:05 p.m.  .................. Commissioner Ewen made a motion, seconded by Commis- sioner Hinman and carried, to make the personnel adjustment recommended by Fred Werner. Gina Anderson and Marj Graham, county assessor and deputy, met with the commissioners to go over budgets and set the mill lev- ies. Commissioner Grant rejoined the session at 2:42 p.m. Commissioner Ewen made a motion, seconded by Com- missioner Grant and carried, to set evaluation levies and taxes with the exception of the Hyattville Cemetery District subject to further investigation. REPORT OF VALUATIONS, LEVIES AND TAXES 2010 Big Horn County, Wyoming COUNTY VALUATION (as fixed by State Board): $225,837,257 STATE LEVIES PURPOSE OF LEVY LEVY TAXES LEVIED STATE GENERAL FUND (4 MILLS MAXIMUM) - 0 - Art. 15,' 4 Wyo. Stat. ' 39-13-104(a)(i) STATE CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS (1 MILL MAXIMUM) - 0 - Art. 7, ' 18 Wyo. Stat. ' 9-4-302, Wyo. Stat. ' 39-13-104(a)(ii) STATE DEBT AND INTEREST Art. 16,' 1 Wyo. Stat. '39-11-102.1(e), Wyo. Stat. ' 39-13-104(a)(iii) - 0 - Wyo. Stat ' 9-4-904. Wyo. Stat ' 24-8-104. SCHOOL FOUNDATION PROGRAM 12.000 2,710,047 (12 MILLS MAXIMUM) Art. 15, '15 Wyo. Stat. ' 21-13-303(a) and (c) TOTAL STATE LEVY & TAXES 12.000 2,710,047 COUNTY LEVIES - OPERATING COUNTY HOSPITAL OPERATION 0 COUNTY LIBRARY OPERATION 1.167 263,552 COUNTY FAIR OPERATION 0.486 109,757 COUNTY MUSEUM OPERATION 0 0 PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND SOCIAL SERVICES 0 AIRPORT OPERATION 0 CIVIL DEFENSE 0 COUNTY BUILDING FUND 0 ROAD AND BRIDGE PURPOSES 0 RECREATION PURPOSES 0 PUBLIC HEALTH PURPOSES 0 AGRICULTURE & HOME ECONOMICS 0 OTHER COUNTY GENERAL FUND 10.347 2,336,738 FIRE PROTECTION (1 MILL MAXIMUM) VALUATION 0 TOTAL OPERATING LEVY & TAXES 12.000 2,710,047 TOTAL COUNTY BONDS & INTEREST LEVY & TAXES 0 TOTAL COUNTY LEVY & TAXES 12.000 2,710,047 SCHOOL DISTRICT LEVIES SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. I VALUATION $58,485,6t6 OPERATING LEVY (25 MILLS MANDATORY) 25.000 RECRATION (1 MILL MAXIMUM) 1.000 TOTALS 26.000 1,462,140 58,486 1,520,626 SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2 VALUATION OPERATING LEVY 25 MILLS MANDATORY 25.000 BOARD OF COOPERATIVE EDUCATIONAL SERVICES (2 1/2 MILLS MAXIMUM) .500 BOARD OF COOPERATIVE EDUCATIONAL SERVICES (2 1/2 MILLS MAXIMUM) .500 RECREATION (1 MILL MAXIMUM) 1.000 TOTALS 27.000 $44,630,722 1,115,768 22,315 22,315 44,631 1,205,029 SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 3 VALUATION OPERATING LEVY (25 MILLS MANDATORY) 25.000 RECREATION (1 MILL MAXIMUM) 1.000 BONDS & INTEREST (TOTAL) 2.750 TOTALS 28.750 $84,543,633 2,113,591 84,544 232,495 2,430,630 SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 4 VALUATION OPERATING LEVY (25 MILLS MANDATORY) 25.000 BOARD OF COOPERATIVE EDUCATIONAL SERVICES (2 1/2 MILLS MAXIMUM) .500 RECREATION (1 MILL MAXIMUM) 1.000 TOTALS 26.500 $38,177,286 954,432 19,089 38,177 1,011,698 MANDATORY 6 MILL COUNTY SCHOOL LEVY AND TAXES TOTAL SCHOOL TAXES 6.000 1,355,024 7,523,007 MUNICIPAL LEVIES TAX DISTRICT NO. 405 VALUATION $6,693,310 BASIN SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 4 OPERATING (8 MILL MAXIMUM) 8.000 53,546 BONDS & INTEREST (TOTAL) 4.333 29,002 TOTALS 12.333 82,548 TAX DISTRICT NO. 105 VALUATION $1,217,823 BURLINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1 OPERATING (8 MILL MAXIMUM) 5.000 6,089 BONDS & INTEREST (TOTAL) 0 0 TOTALS 5.000 6,089 TAX DISTRICT NO. 103 VALUATION $1,952,951 BYRON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1 OPERATING (8 MILL MAXIMUM) 8.000 15,624 BONDS & INTEREST (TOTAL) 0 0 TOTALS 8.000 15,624 TAX DISTRICT NO. 102 VALUATION $ 3,171,015 COWLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1 OPERATING (8 MILL MAXIMUM) 8.000 25,368 BONDS & INTEREST (TOTAL) 0 0 TOTALS 8.000 25,368 TAX DISTRICT NO. 100 VALUATION $ 686,730 DEAVER SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1 OPERATING (8 MILL MAXIMUM) 8.000 5,494 BONDS & INTEREST (TOTAL) 0 0 TOTALS 8.000 5,494 TAX DISTRICT NO. 101 VALUATION $ 441,705 FRANNIE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1 OPERATING (8 MILL MAXIMUM) 8.000 3,534 BONDS & INTEREST (TOTAL) 0 0 TOTALS 8.000 3,534 TAX DISTRICT NO. 307 VALUATION $9,428,972 GREYBULL SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 3 OPERATING (8 MILL MAXIMUM) 8.000 75,432 BONDS & INTEREST (TOTAL) 0 0 TOTALS 8.000 75,432 TAX DISTRICT NO. 204 VALUATION $10,098,004 LOVELL SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2 OPERATING (8 MILL MAXIMUM) 8.000 80,784 BONDS & INTEREST (TOTAL) 0 0 TOTALS 8.000 80,784 TAX DISTRICT NO. 404 VALUATION $397,743 MANDERSON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 4 OPERATING (8 MILL MAXIMUM) 8.000 3,182 BONDS & INTEREST (TOTAL) 0 0 TOTALS 8.000 3,182 SPECIAL DISTRICT LEVIES & TAXES NORTH BIG HORN COUNTY HOSPITAL VALUATION 146,064,786 GENERAL 3.000 438,194 NORTH BIG HORN COUNTY HOSPITAL ADDITIONAL 3.000 VALUATION 146,064,786 438,194 SOUTH BIG HORN COUNTY HOSPITAL GENERAL 3.000 -'  '.. .... ::: ' :.::i '." :'.-' SOUTH BIG HORN COUNTY HOSIS/,L ADDITIONAL 3.000 VALUATION 78,948,309 236,845 VALUATION 78,948,309 236,845 RURAL HEATH CARE 1.938 VALUATION 77,435,269 150,070 NORTH BIG HORN COUNTY SENIOR CITIZENS 1.000 VALUATION 146,064,786 146,065 PARK COUNTY FIRE # 1 (POWELL) 3.000 VALUATION 423,187 1,270 FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT # 1 (LOVELL) 3.000 VALUATION 121,376,368 364,129 FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT # 2 (BASIN) 3.000 VALUATION 14,793,071 44,379 FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT #3 (MANDERSON) 3.000 VALUATION 13,678,166 41,034 FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT # 4 (OTTO-BURLINGTON-EMBLEM) 3.000 VALUATION 11,133,332 33,400 FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT # 4 BOND & INT O.O00 VALUATION 11,133,332 FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT # 5 3.000 VALUATION 7,914,826 23,744 BIG HORN COUNTY WEED & PEST 1.000 VALUATION 225,837,257 225,837 BIG HORN COUNTY WEED & PEST SPECIAL MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS 1.000 VALUATION 225,837,257 225,837 BYRON CEMETERY 1.070 VALUATION 80,730,932 86,382 BURLINGTON CEMETERY 3.000 VALUATION 6,072,389 18,217 COWLEY CEMETERY 3.000 VALUATION 13,292,843 39,879 DEAVER- FRANNIE CEMETERY 0.504 VALUATION 9,043,261 4,558 EMBLEM CEMETERY 3.000 VALUATION 2,590,944 7,773 HYATTVlLLE CEMETERY 1.425 VALUATION 6,277,327 8,945 LOVELL CEMETERY 3.000 VALUATION 43,164,284 129,493 OTTO CEMETERY 3.000 VALUATION 6,162,539 18,488 SOUTH CENTRAL SPECIAL CEMETERY 3.000 VALUATION 20,088,003 60,264 SHOSHONE CONSERVATION 0.500 VALUATION 144,303,537 72,152 SOUTH BIG HORN COUNTY CONSERVATION DISTRICT 0.500 VALUATION 81,533,720 40,767 CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE