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16 J The Lovell Chronicle I September 26, 2013 Public notices Bi Horn County Commissioner% minutms. A. E. 20:2013 MINUTES OF THE BIG HORN COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING NAME: Big Horn County Commissioners TYPE: Regular Session PLACE: Big Horn County Court House First Floor Commissioners' Conference Room DATE: August 20, 2013 TIME: 9:00 AM Chairman: Jerold S. Ewen, Members present: Keith Grant Other County Representatives: Lore Smallwood County Clerk; Others present at various times: Karla Pomeroy, Basin Republican Rustler. List of attendees on file. The meeting was called to order at 9:00 AM, by Chairman Ewen; fol- lowed by the pledge of Allegiance led by Keith Grant. Chairman Ewen recognized guests and presented the agenda. A motion was made by Grant and seconded by Ewen to accept the agenda as amended. The motion was carried. William Bridges, Pryor Mnt. Engineering- presented the engineer- ing report. He reported that the completed Chipseal project finished under $300,000. Bridges clarified the invoice from Town of Byron that was held over from last meeting. It was sub- mitted based on an amount discussed previously but 1/2 of the final cost was roughly $21,000. The Commission approved a payment of $21,000 as per budget. Bridges will work with Byron to get a revised invoice. Ewen asked how much time the County Road Fund Annual report would require. Bridges explained that summarizing each project from the past year would take an estimated 4-5 hours. Ewen suggested the development of a mechanism for the engineering assistant to compile the needed information throughout the year. Bridges agreed to try to utilize her for that work. Bridges reported that the Land Planning office contractor work is complete and presented a Certificate of Substantial Completion. Grant moved to sign the certificate, Ewen seconded and the motion was carried. Foreman Hovey informed Bridges that there was some free oil available and he wanted to mix it with Airport millings to use on Rairden Lane. Discussion indicated there was an agreement with Sheppard about millings however the current millings are going to waste. There was discussion about the status of the Shepard lease and not submitting proof of improvement expenses, Grant mentioned that Shepard's lease area hasn't been kept cleared. Carl Meyer indi- cated that pads have been marked out and scraped but no material set. Meyer shared that there are two piles and one could be used by Road & Bridge. Grant mentioned the lease says left over millings and suggested if they are used then there isn't any left over. Ewen agreed that road and bridge should go ahead and use the millings. Bridges advised budget constraints will dictate going back to the old school way of mixing the oil and millings with a blade, and the job needs to be done while temperatures are warm. Meyer is working to determine that millings are not airport assets and are actually waste. Grant moved to approve the use of airport millings for Rairden Lane, Ewen second and the motion was carried. Bridges briefed the Commission of receiving a request to use reject material from the cemetery pit. Bridges advised because it is a free use pit we can't sell or give that material to a third party. Bridges will contact the BLM about the inquiring party purchas- ing the material from the BLM. Carl Meyer, Airport Manager - Meyer presented the airport report. RFR's for Airport Grants were presented for signature. Meyer pre- sented the real estate contract and County Attoney's review. He will add some additional provisions to the draft contract. Grant moved to approve the contract with Johnson Home and Land to be the real estate agency to sell the block hanger in Cowley, Ewen seconded the motion and it was carried. Meyer will coordinate the signature with Ewen. Bid closing for the metal hangar at Cowely was 8/19/13 at 5:00 PM with one bid being submitted. Meyer made a recommendation that as part of review of the sale, a trip to the hangar would be in order so the Commission can look at the building before further sale steps are taken. The bid was opened from Curt Abraham for $25,000. Grant suggested the offer be rejected, and the commission schedule a time to visit the hangar. Grant moved to table the bid until further notice, Ewen seconded and the motion was carried. Marquerite VanDyke and Carol Willard - The bills, payroll and proposed holiday schedule were presented for review and approval. Grant moved to approve the proposed holiday schedule as presented Ewen seconded and the motion was carried. Willard reviewed the outside board health insurance agreement and the requested return deadline with only one contract being returned. Willard will contact B. Decker for advice on next steps. Grant moved to pay the bills and payroll, the motion was seconded by Ewen and carried. ACTION ELECTRIC 423.37, ALSCO 42.76, ANTLER MOTEL 470.00, DANAE M BALES 30.51, BASIN AUTO CARE 71.76,TEE CEE BAR- RE 62.15, BASIN PHARMACY 8.00, BASIN REPUBLICAN RUSTLER 1,393.00, BASIN REPUBLICAN RUSTLER 767.00, THOMAS L. BEN- NEFF, MD 3,160.00, BIG HORN BASIN ADOLESCENT PROGRAMS 1,000.00, BIG HORN CO-OP MARKETING ASSN 1,955.41, BIG HORN COUNTY SOLID WASTE DIST. 45.24, BIG HORN COUNTY PREDA- TORANIMAL BD 5,000.00, FIRE PROTECTION DIST. #5 315.40, BIG HORN ENGRAVING & SIGN 200.00, BIG HORN RADIO NETWORK 1,734.00, BIG HORN RURAL ELECTRIC CO. 419.39, BIG HORN COUNTY WEED & PEST CONTROL 216.28, JENNI MITLEIDER 137.86, KITSON J BOLDON 369.51, DAVE BUTZ 200.00, CC'S PIZZA 83.00, CARQUESTAUTO PARTS 515.94, CNASU 150.00, CON- TROL SOLUTIONS, INC 553.00, COMMERCIAL SERVICE HVAC 357.98, COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 902.15, COPEN- HAVER, KATH, KITCHEN 150.00, COUNTY CLERK 5.00, COVENANT INSURANCE GROUP INC. 325.00, DOUBLE R SERVICE, LLC 92.72, DOUBLE R SERVICE LLC 30.00, DOWNTOWN AUTO CLINIC, INC. 310.38, ESCAPE c/o DONNA NELSON 50.00, FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT #3 124.70, FIRST BANKCARD 76.32, KAREN FE-"ITIG 20.34, KYIA E FOLTZ 222.61, FORENSICS LIMITED, LLC 160.00, GRETCHEN GASVODA KELSO 43.75, EVEE GEORGE 64.98, JAMES R GILL 35.03, GLADSTONE, INC 157.90, LORRAINE GONZALEZ 64.07, GORRELL & HOPKINSON EC. 832.76, GDA ENGINEERS 150,977.00, GREYBULL BUILDING CENTER 775.52, TOWN OF GREYBULL 500.00, KATHY HALEY 112.00, HALLMAN, EAGLER & HUNT, PC 6,620.00, ROY HARPER 24.35, STEFAN F & TRACY A HARPER 15.75, HEART MOUNTAIN FARM SUPPLY 166.91, HIGH COUNTRY TELEPHONE 570.00, JEN'S LITTLE CHINA 104.00, JOYCE JOHNSON 64.41, KEELE SANITATION 135.00, KAYLEE A KERBS 327.70, CHRISTOPHERJ KING, PC 1,900.00, LAIRD SANI- TATION 270.00, JACKIE L LARSEN 20.34, LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC. 284.63, PHYLLIS B LEWIS 33.90, BECKYA. LINDSEY 1,250.00, LOMCO, INC 32,120.95, LOVELL CHRONICLE 441.00, LEE LOCK- HART 68.03, LAURIE LONGTINE 227.13, KAREN LESHER 144.00, SUSAN LEGGE 49.13, MASTERCARD 4,539.70, CARLMEYER 72.22, MESSENGER & OVEREIELD, PC 106.71, SARAH N. MILES 150.00, MODERN MACHINERY 219.09, MONTANA-DAKOTA UTILITIES 81.00, MOTOR POWER EQUIPMENT CO. 434.36, MOUNTAIN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 2,473.12, MOUNTAIN MOTOR SUPPLY 21.49, MURDOCH OIL, INC. 1,295.01, CRYSTAL MYERS 126.56,JANE R NEALE 65.54, NORTH BIG HORN HOSPITAL 35.00, NORTH BIG HORN SENIOR CITIZENS 150.00, O'REILLY AUTO PARTS 27.98, THE OFFICE SHOP, INC. 10,920.31, VERLAND EXPRESS MART 341.33, JOHN PARKER 20.22, THOS. Y. PICKETT & COMPANY, INC 1,600.00, POCKET PRESS, INC. 314.65, PUBLIC DEFENDER 900.00, QTTECHNOLOGIES 9.46, QUILL CORPORATION 1,046.89, RESPONSE OPTIONS, LLC 395.00, BRUCE L RICHARDSON 131.08, VALERIE ROADY 35.85, ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 1,557.66, RON'S FOOD FARM 99.30, RANDY L. ROYAL 200.46, RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DIS'E #1 247.95, SECURITY STATE BANK 46,025.74, SECURITY STATE BANK - PETTY CASH 43.16, SERLKAY PRINT- ING 79.00, SHOPKO STORE OPERATING CO, LLC 215.23, DAD LEN SMITH 47.46, SOUTH BIG HORN COUNTY HOSPITAL DIST 2,093.29, SOUTH BIG HORN SENIOR CITIZENS 1,338.83, WENDY PRESS SWEENY 3,032.76, TCT WEST, INC. 9,967.10, TCT WEST, INC. 1,439.93, TRAVELING COMPUTERS, INC. 69.00, FRANCES L TURNELL 68.93, VALLEY HARDWARE 357.41, WALKER'S SERVICE 155.15, WARD LABORATORIES 157.50, WAVES WEB DESIGN 192.50, WESTERN EMULSIONS INC 243,272.95, WHEELER'S IGA 425.12, WHITE PARK BROADCASTING 307.60, BRYON WILLIAMS 112.00, BRYAN WILSON 429.40, WRIGHT EXPRESS FSC 5,627.78, WACO 280.00, WYOMING GAS 867.72, WYOMING DEPZ OFTRANSPOR- TATION 30.10, WYOMING GUARDIANS AD LITEM PROGRAM 4,483.83, UWCES 60.00, GK CONSTRUCTION 5,057.50, MOUNTAIN WEST SCREEN PRINTERS & 107.40 Old and New Business - Loft SmaUwood presented Commission Meeting minutes from July 2, 16, 25 and August 2, 2013 for approval. Grant moved to approve all minutes presented, Ewen seconded and the motion was carried. SmaUwood presented a letter to WYDOT to support the dealership application for Copper Mountain Irrigation. Grant moved to approve the letter, Ewen seconded and the motion was carried. Smallwood informed the Commission of the resignation of the county UW Extension Agent. The Commission requested that she contact UW to request a meeting to discuss the transition plan for this position and office. Grant moved to adjourn the meeting at 11:24 am and to reconvene at l:00pm, the motion was seconded and carried. Grants Administration - SmaUwood presented grant items for con- sideration and approval. Fred Werner and Smallwood summarized the WAOM energy efficiency loan program and requested Commission guidance on proceeding with inquires about the North and South Sr. Centers interest in paying the payments on this fee free loan to upgrade heating systems if it were awarded. Werner will present the idea to the Centers. Willard returned to report on the advice from B. Decker regarding nonresponsive boards. Ewen agreed the commission will contact the necessary boards via phone in the meeting today. Smallwood presented CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE Town of Frannim" Tracklm_s bids FOR SALE BY SEALED BID The Town of Frannie is accepting sealed bids for the purchase of the following equipment: 1982 MT Trackless Serial # MT3202 and At- tachments Please hand-deliver bids to Town of Frannie at 311 Fifth Street, Frannie, WY and mark the enve- lope "Sealed Bid for MT Trackless." Each bid will be date and time-stamped by the Town Clerk. In the event of a tie, the tie breaker will be the bid that was received earliest. Please contact Town Hall at The Equipment and Attachments are being 307-664-2323 with any questions or to set up an ap- sold AS IS. Included are the followi n'gattacients  ,p0intment tO inspect the equipment. The high bid (1) One Flail Mower'/(2) Two Br{ishh'ogs (3) Tw0  :: ill be awarded at 7:15 p.m. on the 4th of November " Sweepers (1 Self Contained and 1 Brom), (4) 0n : 2013 at the Frannie Town Hall. Snowplow, (5) One Snowblower, (6) One Set of The Town of Frannie reserves the right to re- Snow Tires, (7) One Set of Turf Tires, (8) Manuals ject any and all bids. It may be inspected at the Town Hall at 311 Dated: September 26th, 2013. Fifth Street in Frannie, Wyoming by appointment only. The minimum bid is $2500.00. Bids will be Publish: September 26, October 3 & 10, 2013 accepted until 3:00 pm Nov. 4th 2013 Town of Lovmll Chin ;mal final .naymmnt PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF ACCEPTANCE AND FINAL PAYMENT AND SETrLEMENT Notice is hereby given that on the _29th _ day of October, 2013, final settlement will be made by the Town of Lovell, for and on account of a contract with Hardrives, Inc. for the Lovell 2013 Chip Seal Project. The above work having been completed and accepted according to the plans and specifications of DOWL HKM and the above date being the 41st day after the first publication of this notice, the said Contractor will be entitled to final settlement and payment therefore. Any person, co-partnership, association, agen- cy or corporation who shall have any unpaid claims against said Contractor for or on account of the fur- nishing of labor, materials, equipment, sustenance, provisions, or other supplies used or consumed by such contractor and/or subcontractor in or about the performance of said work may at any time, up to and including the date of final settlement and payment, file a verified statement of any and all amounts due on account of such claim with: Ross Besson DOWL HKM 16 West 8th St. P.O. Box 7010 Sheridan, WY 82801 Failure on the part of the claimant to file such statement prior to final settlement and payment will relieve absolutely the Town of Lovell, for all or any liability for such claim. Bruce Morrison, Mayor Town of Lovell Publish: September 19, 26 & October 3, 2013 MacPeek foraclnsura salm NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Default having occurred and all prerequisites to foreclosure having been met, notice is hereby given that the mortgage given by Matthew T. MacPeek and Deborah R. MacPeek, husband and wife, as tenants by the entireties and not as joint ten- ants or tenants in common, mortgagors, in favor of First Bank of Wyoming, Division of Glacier Bank, mortgagee, dated June 15, 2012, recorded June 18, 2012, in Book SDll2 at Page 1301, in the Official Re- cords of the Office of the Clerk of Big Horn County, Wyoming, given to secure payment of a note in the original amount of One Hundred Twenty Eight Thousand Seven Hundred Twenty Four Dollars and 00/100 ($128,724.00). Said note and mortgage were assigned to the Wyoming Community Devel- opment Authority by Assignment dated recorded July 3, 2012, in Book SDll2 at Page 1832, in the'Of- ficial Records of the Office of the Clerk of Big Horn Wyoming, Wyoming. The past amount due as of September 6, 2013, is Five Thousand Six Hundred Nine Nine Dollars and 44/100 ($5,699.44), plus accruing interest, fees and costs, and the amount due as of September 6, 2013, is One Hundred Thirty One Thousand Two Hundred Fifty One Dollars and 94/100 ($131,251.94), plus accruing interest, fees and costs. Said mortgage contains a power of sale which by reason of default the owner of the Note and Mortgage declares to have become operative and no suit or proceeding has been instituted at law to recover the debt secured by the mortgage or any part thereof, nor has any such suit or proceeding been instituted and the same discontinued. Writ- ten notice of intent to foreclose the Mortgage by advertisement and sale has been served upon the record owner and the party in possession of the mortgaged premises at least ten days prior to the commencement of this publication. The property being foreclosed upon may be subject to other liens and encumbrances that will not be extinguished at the sale and any prospective purchaser should re- search the status of title before submitting the bid. Therefore, said mortgage will be foreclosed by sale of the real property described as: lot two (2) in block one (1) of the alta vista subdivision to the town of Lovell, Big Horn county, Wyoming which has the address of 35 Wyoming Street, Lovell, Wyoming 82431, to be sold by public auc- tion by the Sheriff to the highest bidder, for cash, at 10:00 a.m. on October 9, 2013, at the front steps of the Big Horn County Courthouse, 420 West "C" Street, Basin, Wyoming 82410. The sale will take place only if a representative of the Wyoming Com- munity Development Authority, or its agent, is pres- ent. Wyoming Community Development Authority By: Thomas A. Valdez Chapman Valdez Law Office P.O. Box 2710 Casper, WY 82602 Publish: September 12, 19, 25 & October 3, 2013 Go local ... Advertise now on Wyoming's #1 rated Call 'small weekly newspaper' 548-2217 website ... www. LovellCh ronicle.com Bi Horn County Clerk' Abstract ;tatemnt 20/3 DUE DATE: September 30, 2013 2013 FORM F-66 0NY-1A) (3-29-2004) STATE OF WYOMING COUNTY CLERK'S ABSTRACT STATEMENT COUNTY OF BigHorn, WYOMING STATE OF WYOMING in correspondence pertai'n'lng'io"i'his";eport, please refer to the Census File DEPARTMENT OF AUDIT Number above your address. 51 1 002 002 1.00 11390 BIG HORN COUNTY CLERK P.O. BOX 31 .... / BASIN, WY 82410 WHEN Wyoming Department of Audit COMPLETED Public Funds Division PLEASE Hemchler Building - 3rd Floor East RETURN TO Cheyenne, WY 82002 Report on the cost of the County of Bla Horn in the State (Please correct any error in hems. addrees, end ZIP Co) ,,,,,, Prepared under the provisions of W.S. 9-1-507 and W.S 0-1-510. of Wyoming, for the period July 1. 2012 to June 30, 2013, taken from the For assistance In completing this raped, please call the Department re,lister showfn_ warrants issued durtn that period, of Audd st f3071 777-6403 or,1307) 777-7709. Part I DIRECT EXPENDITURES iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii HUll Amount. Omit cents Item description $eledes and wagel end current Construction I Purch'='l'e'(>iequlprnent, lend, expenses I end buildings ......... I Ibl I {, Benefits, insurance r bonds I workers compensation I and unemployment taxes should be sllocel t 9 perSpet co by paqmeqt ! E2g F29 G2g !, Board of coun commissioners ;, 2. Count c,lerk 3. Count}( treasurer ,,, 4. County assessor 6. County sheriff 6. Count}( attome}( , 7. County planner 8. County Surveyor 9. Count,/coroner 10. AQriculturel department 11. District court t2. Circuit court/Drug court 13. Courthouse i29 221126 i 421 251 E23 341,071 HH E23 330,75( E62 1,724,13( E25 330,63t E29 206,27, E29 144,64d E62 59,5!( E59 10401.  E25 34679( E25 o F29 q G29 q F23 G23 F23 G23 F02 C-62 81160 F25 G25 F29 50,92 F29 E31 429.21 14. Jail E05 1279,,03( F05 15. R0ad and Bride 16. Water c0,mm, ,!,ss i0ner 17. Sewerage 18. Civil defense/emergency management t9. Elections E44 1,522,981 F44 F59 Fa0 339,77( F89 15q,! Fg 54,84[ F32 253,89 ! F36 F52 E59 28973 F59 OOiOO -, 222,40 F24 F66 F81 H. 65[ F59 F61 36,00( F23 F05 104,56 F79 E59 Ea0 E89 E89 E32 E36 E52 E01 E24 E06 20. Health (other than hospitals I 21, Count'/hospital 22. Libraries 23. Fair 24. Count airport 25. Fire 26. Protective inspection and regulation 27. Trash collection/landfill E81 28. Natural resources E59 29, ParkslRecreationlMuseums E61 30, Financial admin!stre!ion E23 ,31. Juvenile probation E05 32 SoQal services - Welfare E79 Gp 434 .= 382,8M G29 F62 G62 F59 G59 4,12! F25 G25 F25 G25 F31 88251 G31 ! G05 10,98I G44 46,14( G59 ( G80 33. Social services - Other E89 67,50( F89 ( G89 56,49{ G89 G32 C G36 C G52 { C G59 90.74" G01 39,59; ( G24 ( G66 ( G81 ( G59 G81 ( G23 ( ( G05 ( G79 ( ( G89 ( 34. County administration E29 25g,74; F29 C 36. Miscellaneous - Detail on page 2 t Part IV E89 F89 TOTAL $ 10,244,38| $ 8201414 G29 ( G89 ( $ 238,g.5! GRAND TOTAL (A+B*C) i' 11110317g(  Partll J PERSONNEL EXPENDITURES Report here your county's total expenditures for salades and wages Ithese amounts should also be InOuded in column lal of part 1 ..................... Part III _.1 COMMENTS Amount - Omit cents i00 6r170 44" NONE Part IV a. NIA b. N/A I I I Illll Ill MISCELLANEOLIS DETAIL - Must be provided for !,Ine numbe r 36 Salades end wages and Miscellaneous expenditure current expenditure Construction ,,, C. ,N/A ......... q d. N/A 0 e. N/A 0 f. N/A , Totals to line 35 on pae I, Part v DATA SUPPLIED BY Signature of official = o ii1! Purchase of land equipment and buildings o o ( 0 ( o ( 0 ( Lori Smallwood, Big Horn County Clerk 9/16/13 o Ill Illlllllll Telephone ( ,rea code I Number 0 i B23s7 Extensior NIA Publish: September 19 & 26, 2013