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L--;lJI-J.J&apos;tll-Lllli, ll'lil Jl-lkLl,il:Li.J.IJLILl-iUilltli]llltliil llllilUlilLLll,.llillL . ll:_ IL , t!.Li..DII .LI.< :_;L:. I ]ll!..J '. !.!1. llJ Ll:.!llil {lllllUllili{llllUl[li 12 I The Lovell Chronicle I October 20, 2011 Public notices Lovell Town Council minutes. October 11. 2011 MINUTES OF THE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING HELD OCTOBER 11, 2011 AT 7:00 P.M. AT LOVELL TOWN HALL. Present: Mayor Bruce Morrison, Council Members: Brian Dickson, Bruce Wolsey, Kevin Jones, Scott AIIred. Others Present: Clerk/ Treasurer Valerie Beal, Attorney Sandra Kitchen, Ed AIIred, David Peck, RJ May, Amy May, Sue Taylor, Garrett Pike, Frank Page. With a quorum present, Mayor Bruce Morrison called the meeting to order and led in the Pledge of Allegiance. Bruce Wolsey made a motion to approve the minutes of the Regular Meeting held September 13, 2011. Second by Brian Dickson. All in favor. Motion passed. Bruce Wolsey made a motion to approve the minutes of the Special Meeting/Public Hearing held September 26, 2011. Second by Kevin Jones. All in favor. Motion passed. Brian Dickson made a motion to approve the minutes of the Work Meeting held September 26, 2011. Second by Bruce Wolsey. All in favor. Motion passed. PUBLIC COMMENTS: Amy May and RJ May speaking on behalf residents on Lane 11 expressed concern about a letter they received from the Town explaining additional water pressure that may be experienced with the next phase of the Water & Sewer Project. The new increase in flows and pressure on lines estimated to be as old as 1955 may create leaks in the existing private service line. They explained the residents are looking into options for replacing the private line or installing a pressure reducing valve to help control the additional pressure. They expressed concern at the costs to replace the whole line and the short notice to prepare and requested assistance from the Town. Council expressed a willingness to listen and consider options as the area residents gather information. Garrett Pike explained concern about his water meter pit that was moved into an alley area and his concern about damage to it by someone driving over it. He would like to see it moved back into the yard. Mayor Morrison offered to speak with Public Works and get back to him within the next week. RED APPLE SUPERMARKET ................................................. 101.47 ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER ................................................ 4,517.34 ROCKY MOUNTAIN TREE SERVICE ..................................... 500.00 SAVAGE, ROBYN ..................................................................... 675.00 SENSUS USA ......... . .............................................................. 1,452.00 SLATER, LARRY ..................................................................... 350.00 STATE DISBURSEMENT BD0275799 .................................... 200.00 TCT WEST INC ......................................................................... 771.70 TOWN OF LOVELL .................................................................. 291.56 VERNON MANUFACTURING .................................................. 140.00 VISA ...................................................................................... 2,273.46 W.A.R.M. PROPERTY POOL .................................................. 163.00 WALKER, LEWIS B .................................................................. 158.00 WESTERN SUGAR .................................................................. 130.00 WILSON BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION .............................. 5,160.07 WRIGHT EXPRESS .............................................................. 1,278.03 WYO ASSN SHERIFFS & CHIEFS .......................................... 150.00 WYO DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE ................................ 50.00 WYO LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADAMY ................................. 185.00 WYOMING NCPERS - 851 ....................................................... 64.00 WYO RETIREMENT SYSTEM ............................................. 9,064.27 WYO WORKER'S COMPENSATION .................................... 1,483.72 YOUNG, JEFF .......................................................................... 100.00 STEENBAKKERS, KELLI ........................................................ 100.00 MULLER, JOHN ........................................................................ 128.54 WHITE, CHRISTAL ............................................................. . ..... 171.46 BISCHOFF, BETSY .................................................................. 245.00 FELT, ANGLE ............................................................................... 70.43 BRINKLOW, ELIZABETH ........................................................ 121.52 DICKSON, RUSSELL ................................. . .............................. 45.45 WELLING, SARA ..................................................................... 300.00 BOHMER,CHARLES .............................................................. 100.00 FINK, ZACH ................................ : ............................................. 105.82 OLD BUSINESS: Frank Page - DOWL HKM Engineer reported a pro-construction meeting will be held for the South Water & Sewer Project on Octo- ber 12 t" and requested authorization for the Mayor to sign a notice to proceed. Construction would then begin October 17 t" with street milling on Nevada. Bruce Wolsey made a motion to authorize the Mayor to sign the Notice to Proceed on the South Project. Second by Scott AIImd. All in favor. Motion passed. Regular meetings will again be held with the Contractor on Tuesdays at 10:00 a.m. and citizen's questions will be answered at 11:00 a.m. Mr. Page also reported the Southwest/Transmission Water & Sewer Project and the Safe Routes to School Project am currently in the 11t" month after completion and requested Council notify him of any items needing to be completed during the warranty period. Sue Taylor - Lovell Inc. director explained the status of the Lovell Inc. building remodeling project. She also explained a request by the Business Council for a detailed letter explaining m-allocation of costs. A letter draft was reviewed by Council and suggested word- ing changes were made. Scott AIIred made a motion to authorize the Mayor to sign the letter with the changes as directed by Council. Second by Bruce Wolsey. All in favor. Motion passed. Ms. Taylor also reported Kent Zeller is developing a survey as part of theAsset Based Community Development plan. They plan to revisit the Town's Master Plan and condense it to a newspaper insert. It will give an overview of how the plan was developed, themes identi- fied and goals for the town. They hope to let people know we do have a master plan. A copy of the Town's Master plan will be avail- able at the public library for viewing. NEW BUSINESS: Audrey Bay d/b/a Four Corners Bar submitted a request for a 24 hour permit for extended hours of operation for New Years Eve. Resolution 2011-11 providing for a modification to the hours of operation for liquor licensees was read in full by Attorney Sandra Kitchen. It allows for operating hours from 6:00 a.m. on December 31, 2011 through 6:00 a.m. on January 1, 2012 for establishments licensed to sell alcoholic beverages. Scott AIIred made a motion to adopt Resolution 2011-11. Second by Bruce Wolsey. All in favor. Motion passed. GENERAL INFORMATION: Bills were presented for payment. Bruce Wolsey made a motion to pay the bills as presented. Second by Kevin Jones. All in favor. Motion passed. AFLAC WORLDWIDE HEADQUARTERS .............................. 446.60 ALCOPRO INC .......................................................................... 128.00 ALLRED, RODNEY P. ............................................................... 204.51 ALSCO ...................................................................................... 115.45 BANK OF LOVELL ............................................................... 17,744.25 BEAL, VALERIE ........................................................................ 107.07 BEST WESTERN RAMKOTA HOTEL ...................................... 231.00 BIG HORN COUNTY CLERK ................................................ 1,735.61 BIG HORN COUNTY SOLID WASTE ................................ 12,648.80 BIG HORN COUNTY TREASURER ..................................... 1,572.81 BIG HORN COUNTY WEED & PEST ..................................... 206.28 BISCHOFF RENTALS ............................................................... 351.02 BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD ............................................ 22,298.04 BRUCO INC .............................................................................. 147.48 CASELLE INC ............................................................................ 80.00 CITY SUPPLY ............................................................................. 68.15 CK HARDWARE ....................................................................... 521.16 CONNEY SAFETY PRODUCTS ............................................... 44.38 COPENHAVER KATH KITCHEN ............................................. 945.00 DICKSON, BRIAN ...................................................................... 98.36 DOWL HKM ........................................................................... 8,650.75 ENERGY LABORATORIES INC ................................................ 40.00 FIRST BANK OF WYOMING ................................................. 2,666.71 HANSON CHEMICAL INC ........................................................ 167.50 HERREN, KEESHA ................................................................ 235.00 HOLIDAY INN ............................................................................ 154.00 ICF INTERNATIONAL .............................................................. 100.00 INTER-MOUNTAIN LABS INC ................................................ 460.00 JOLLEY, JASON ...................................................................... 604.38 KELLETT, DAVID ....................................................................... 32.29 KEELE SANITATION ............................................................. 1,370.80 KOIS BROTHERS EQUIPMENT CO .......................................... 54.41 LINTON'S BIG R ..,... ........ : .................................................... 499.80 LOCAL GOV'MENT LIABILITY POOL ........................... : ....... 500.00 LOVELL - KANE AREA MUSEUM ........................................ 1,683.10 LOVELL AMERICAN CAR CARE ............................................ 195.00 LOVELL AREA CHAMBER/COMMERCE ............................. 1,207.34 LOVELL BUILDING CENTER ................................................ 1,115.93 LOVELL CHRONICLE ........................................................... 1,026.50 LOVELL INC ........................................................................ 60,000.00 LOVELL LIBRARY .................................................................... 150.00 LOVELL RECREATION DISTRICT ........................................... 910.48 LOVELL VETERINARY SERVICE .......................... . ................. 189.00 MAYES FABRICS ........................................................................ 5.95 MAYES LOCKSMITHING, LLOYD ............................................. 67.00 MCARTHUR, STEVE S. .......................................................... 585.00 MILLER'S FABRICATION INC ................................................... 74.00 MINCHOW'S SERVICE LLC ................................................ 3,886.99 MINCHOW'S FOOD COURT .......................................................... 78 MONTANA DAKOTA UTILITIES ................................... i .......... 218.09 NAT'L ASSN OF SCHOOL RESOURCE ................................... 40.00 NORCO INC ............................................................................... 89.83 NORTHWEST PIPE FITTINGS INC ......................................... 118.65 NORTHWEST RURAL WATER DISTRICT ............................... 39.60 OFFICE SHOP ......................................................................... 202.94 ORCHARD TRUST CO ............................................................ 960.00 PAGE, FRANK ........................................................................... 50.00 PENROSE CONSTRUCTION ............................................ 62,260.00 PLAN ONE / ARCHITECTS ..................................................... 589.25 POSTMASTER ......................................................................... 250.86 POWELL OFFICE SUPPLY ...................................................... 370.76 PUBLIC AGENCY TRAINING COUNCIL .., ............................ 590.00 QUALITY INN & SUITES ........................................................... 77.00 Coun Clrk% Abstract tatement FORM F-66 (WY-1A) (3-29-2004) STATE OF WYOMING i DEPARTMENT OF AUDIT i STATE OF WYOMING COUNTY CLERK'S ABSTRACT STATEMENT COUNTY OF Big Horn, WYOMING ,,,,N, , ,U WHEN COMPLETED PLEASE RETURN TO Wyoming Department of Audit Public Funds Division Herschler Building - 3rd Floor East Cheyenne, WY 82002 Report on the cost of the County of  in the state WEINAND, JENNY .................................................................. 177.07 GERDTS, JACKIE ................................................................... 100.00 Total Paid: ........................................................................... 243,124.57 Clerk/Treasurer Beal reported receiving a letter from the Rusty Nail Inc d/b/a Brandin' Iron Restaurant requesting a loan from the CDBG loan funds for window improvements to their building. A request was made that they submit current financial information for review before a loan could be considered. Attorney Kitchen suggestedordering a title commitment as the deed- ing of the old hospital property comes closer. Councilman Bruce Wolsey made a motion to order title commitment for the title policy on the old hospital property. Second by Scott AIIred. All in favor. Motion passed. Councilman Wolsey volunteered to order it. Sue Taylor reported favorably on a meeting with potential builders and buyers of the proposed senior housing units. She is still gathering answers to previous Council questions on the planned development for future discussion. Councilman AIImd expressed appreciation to Council and his happi- ness to be back after being away on business through the summer. Councilman Jones commented on the continuing Firewise cleanup efforts and the good job the town employees have been doing. Bruce Wolsey made a motion to adjourn at 8:25 p.m. Second by Brian Dickson. All in favor. Motion passed. Pending Approval: Mayor R. Bruce Morrison ATTEST: Clerk/Treasurer Valerie Beal Publish: October 20, 2011 ' ,ull In correspondence pertaining to this report, please refer to the Census File Number above your address. 51 1 002 002 1.00 11390 BIG HORN COUNTY CLERK P.O. BOX 31 BASIN, WY 82410 (Please correct any error in name, address, and ZIP Code) Prepared under the provisions of W.S. 9-1-507 and W.S. 9-1-510. For assistance in completing this report, please call the Department of Audit at (307) 777-6403 or (307,! ,277-7799. of Wyoming, for the period July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2011, taken from the register showing warrants issued dunng that period. Part ! DIRECT EXPENDITURES II I II I IJ I Amount - Omit cents Item description Salades and wages and current Construction expenses (a,) ...... ,(>) Benefits insurance, bonds, workers compensation and unemployment taxes sh0uldbe'ailocated I I to personnel costs b, 1. Board of county commissioners 2. County clerk 3. County treasurer 4. County assessor ,,, 5. County sheriff, 6. Count), attorney , 7. County planner .... 8. County surveyor 9. County coroner 10. Agricultural department, 11. District court 12. Ci'rcuii, court/Druf t court 13. Courthouse 14. Jail 15. Road and Bdde 16. Water commissioner 17. Sewerale .... t 8. Civil defense/emergency'management 19. Elections .... 20. Heaiih Iother than hospitals ) 21. Count), hospital 22. Libraries E29 $ E29 E23 tE23 ,62 ,,, E25 E29 E29 . ii E62 E59 E25 E25 E31 E05 E44 E59 ,.,,, F29 $ 147,54,4 384,83"/ F29 295,85C 342,644 F23 1,752,48 F62 351,694 F25 160,304 F29 86;,,33,,, F29 78,447 F62 87,531 F59 274,324 F25 C F25 380,25(; F31 1,717,47E F05 1,598,096 F44 C F59 E80 C F80 E89 ........ ,,,, ,2,21';'1'0'6 t=89 E89 136,6t9 F89 F23 i , ,i i 23. Fair 24. County airport 25. Fire 26. Protective insl'ection and regulation 27. Trash collection/landfill 28. Natural resources 29. Parks/Recreation/Museums 30. Financial administration ,.,,,,,., E32 76>663 E36 246,66(] E52 (] E59 (] E01 43,557 E24 68,848 E66 C E81 62,588 E59 30,000 E61 C ' E23 E05 E79 E89 E29 E89 $ 31. Juvenile probation 32. Social services - Welfare ,, 3 3. Social services- Other ................. 34. Count:/administration .... ,3,5. Miscellaneous - Detail on parle 2, Part IV TOTAL ,,, ,,, I I Part Ii J PERSONNEL EXPENDITURES 160,282 23,160 ............ !8,567 92,905 331,499 10,000 i 9,240,275 Purchase of equipment, land. and buildings (c) r department G29 C$ C G29 C G23 C G23 C G62 C G25 C G29 ( G29 (] G62 C G59 C G25 (] G25 367,588 G31 0  G05 ,,63 G 0:G59 0 G80 0 G89 o 1,00n 8,3. 5,676 93,279 1,39N 797 (3 0 2,083 769 0 ...... 3,63. 16,309 142,098 0 ,, u,,,, ,,, 0 996 0:G89 1,000 F32 0 G32 89 F36 0: G36 1,421 F52 145,048 G52 ( F59 0 G59 , ,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 0G01 0 G24 0G66 0 G81 0 G59 85,690 G61 0 G23 0 G05 0 G79 174,210 G89 ,,,, ,,, 0 G29 F01 F24 F66 F81 F59 H"'L L F61 F23 F05 F79 F89 '29 ( HHU c . .,,,,, F89 0 G89 C .H.., H. i i $ 1,028,922 $ 328,864 GRAND TOTAL (A+B+C) i $ Report here your county's total expenditures for salaries and wages ZOO ...... (!h,ese amounts should also be included in column (a) of part 1 ) ........... ... ......... Part III I COMMENTS ........ $ ...... 0,98,0611 Amount - Omit cents 5,550,771 Airport, fair and libraries budgets will be included in a seperate abstract. Airport, fair and libraries in this abstract are grant related. Fund 40, road fund in included in. read and bndge budget and is restricted funds. Homeland Security grant funds are included in the civil defense emergency management budget. Enterprise 911 system is included in the county sheriffs.budget and is limited to 911 specifically MISCELLANEOUS DETAIL - Must be provid,e,d, f, or line number 35 III II Salaries and wages and current expenditure Miscellaneous expenditure Construction ,,,,,,,,,,, 0 ,,,,,,,,, Purchase of land equipment and buildings 0 0 0 0 0 ,,,,,,, 0 I I Telephone Area code i Number Extension 307 ! 5682357 ........... N/A Date 9/28/2011 Part IV a. LawSuit 10,000 b. N/A 0 Totals to line,,,,,,,, 35 on paile 1 DATA SUPPLIED BY II C. N/A 0 0 ,, ,,,,, 10,000 II IIIIIII IIII d. N/A e. 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