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16 I The Lovell Chronicle I October 25, 2012 Public notices Rig Horn Cnonty valuations, levies and taxes. 2012 COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE INADVERTANTLY OMITTED THE FOLLOWING REPORT OF VALUCATIONS, LEVIES, AND TAXES 2012 FROM THE AUGUST 7, 2012 MINUTES AND PUBLISHED AUGUST 30, 2012. WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE OVERS1TE. TAX DISTRICT NO. 0100 VALUATION $ 772,726 Deaver School District No. 1 413 Operating (8 Mill Maximum) 8.000 6,182 414 Bonds & Interest (Total) - - 415 Totals 8.000 6,182 TAX DISTRICT NO. 0101 VALUATION $ 570,106 Frannie School District No. 1 416 Operating (8 Mill Maximum) 8.000 4,561 417 Bonds & Interest (Total) - - 418 Totals 8.000 4,561 TAX DISTRICT NO. 0307 VALUATION $9,993,016 Greybull School District No. 3 419 Operating (8 Mill Maximum) 8.000 79,944 420 Bonds & Interest (Total) - - 421 Totals 8.000 79,944 TAX DISTRICT NO. 0204 VALUATION $10,380,971 Lovell School District No. 2 422 Operating (8 Mill Maximum) 8.000 83,048 423 Bonds & Interest (Total) - - 424 Totals 8.000 83,048 TAX DISTRICT NO. 0404 VALUATION $547,751 Manderson School District No. 4 425 Operating (8 Mill Maximum) 8.000 4,382 426 Bonds & Interest (Total) - - 427 Totals 8.000 4,382 REPORT OF VALUATIONS, LEVIES AND TAXES 2012 BIG HORN COUNTY, Wyoming COUNTY VALUATION (as fixed by State Board): 8294,606,744 LINE PURPOSE OF LEVY LEVY TAXES LEVIED STATE LEVIES 101 State General Fund - 0 - -0- (4 Mills Maximum) Art. 15, '4 Wyo. Stat. '39-13-104(a)(i) 102 State Charitable Institutions - 0 - - 0 - (1 Mill Maximum) Art. 7, ' 18 Wyo. Stat. ' 94-302, Wyo. Stat. ' 39-13-104 (a) (ii) 103 State Debt And Interest - 0 - - 0 - Art. 16, "1 Wyo. Stat. '39-11-102.1(e), Wyo. Stat. '39-13- 104(a) (iii); Wyo. Stat '9-4-904. Wyo. Stat "24-8-104. School Foundation Program 12.000 3,535,281 (12 Mills Maximum) Art. 15, '15 Wyo. Stat. '21-13-303(a) and (c) TOTAL STATE LEVY & TAXES 12.000 3,168,200 104 110 COUNTY LEVIES - OPERATING 201 County Hospital Operation - - 202 County Library Operation 1.111 327,308 203 County Fair Operation - - 204 County Museum Operation - - 205 Public Assistance And Social Services - 206 Airport Operation - - 207 Civil Defense - - 208 County Building Fund - - 209 Road And Bridge Purposes - - 210 Recreation Purposes - - 211 Public Health Purposes - - 212 Agriculture & Home Economics - 213 Other County General Fund 10.889 3,207,973 214 Fire Protection Valuation - - (1 Mill Maximum) 220 TOTAL OPERATING LEVY & TAXES12.000 3,535,281 (12 Mills Maximum) COUNTY LEVIES - BONDS & INTEREST 225 Total County Bonds & Interest Levy & Taxes 250 TOTAL COUNTY LEVY & TAXES12.000 (Lines 220 & 225) 3,535,281 SCHOOL DISTRICT LEVIES School District No. 1 Valuation 301 Operating Levy 302 302a 302b 304 305 306 310 879,723,296 25.000 1,993,082 (25 Mills Mandatory) Board of Cooperative Education Services (2-1/2 Mills Maximum) Board of Cooperative Education Services (2-1/2 Mills Maximum) Board of Cooperative Education Services (2-1/2 Mills Maximum) Building Fund Recreation 1.000 79,723 (1 Mill Maximum) Bonds & Interest (Total) TOTALS 26.000 2,072,805 School 311 312 312a 312b 313 314 315 316 320 District No. 2 Valuation Operating Levy 846,659,903 25.000 1,166,498 (25 Mills Mandatory) Board of Cooperative Ed. Srv. 0.500 23,330 (2-1/2 Mills Maximum) Board of Cooperative Education Services (2-1/2 Mills Maximum) Board of Cooperative Education Services (2-1/2 Mills Maximum) Vocational, Term. Continuing & Adult Ed. (2-1/2 Mills Maximum) Building Fund Recreation 1.000 46,660 (1 Mill Maximum) Bonds & Interest (Total) TOTALS 27.000 1,259,818 School District No. 3 Valuation 321 Operating Levy 322 322a 322b 323 324 325 326 330 $122,106,922 25.000 3,052,673 (25 Mills Mandatory) Board of Cooperative Educational Services (2-1/2 Mills Maximum) Board of Cooperative Educational Services (2-1/2 Mills Maximum) Board of Cooperative Education Services (2-1/2 Mills Maximum) Vocational, Term. Continuing & Adult Ed. (2-1/2 Mills Maximum) Building Fund Recreation 1.000 122,107 (1 Mill Maximum) Bonds & Interest (Total) TOTALS 26.000 3,174,780 School District No. 4 Valuation 331 Operating Levy 332 332a 332b 333 334 335 336 340 846,116,623 25.000 1,152,916 (25 Mills Mandatory) Board of Cooperative Ed. Srv. 0.500 23,058 (2-1/2 Mills Maximum) Board of Cooperative Educational Services (2-1/2 Mills Maximum) Board of Cooperative Education Services (2-1/2 Mills Maximum) Vocational, Term. Continuing & Adult Ed. (2-1/2 Mills Maximum) Building Fund Recreation 1.000 46,117 (1 Mill Maximum) Bonds & Interest (Total) TOTALS 26.500 1,222,091 SIX MILL COUNTY SCHOOL LEVY 391 MANDATORY 6 MILL COUNTY SCHOOL LEVY AND TAXES 6.000 1,767,640 TOTAL SCHOOL DISTRICT LEVIES 392 TOTAL SCHOOL TAXES 9,497,134 (Lines 310, 320, 330, 340, 350, 360, 370, 380, 390, & 391) MUNICIPAL LEVIES TAX DISTRICT NO. 0405 VALUATION: $6,543,178 Basin School District No. 4 401 Operating (8 Mill Maximum) 8.000 52,345 402 Bonds & Interest (Total) 4.433 29,006 403 TOTAI 12.433 81,351 TAX DISTRICT NO. 0105 VALUATION: $1,292,526 Burlington School District No. 1 404 Operating (8 Mill Maximum) 5.000 6,463 405 Bonds & Interest (Total) - - 406 Totals 5.000 6,463 TAX DISTRICT NO. 0103 VALUATION $2,050,037 Byron School District No. 1 401 Operating (8 Mill Maximum) 8.000 16,400 408 Bonds & Interest (Total) - - 409 Totals 8.000 16,400 TAX DISTRICT NO. 0102 VALUATION $ 3,548,061 Cowley School District No. 1 410 Operating (8 Mill Maximum) 8.000 28,384 411 Bonds & Interest (Total) - - 412 Totals 8.000 28,384 TOTAL MUNICPAL LEVIES 450 TOTAL MUNICIPAL LEVIES $310,715 (Lines 403, 406, 409, 412, 415, 418, 421, 424, 427, & 430) SPECIAL DISTRICT TAXES LINE AND TAX DISTRICT VALUATION VY LEED SPECIAL DISTRICT LEVIES & TAXES 501 North Big Horn County Hospital General $200,706,294 3.000 602,119 502 North Big Horn County Hospital Additional 200,706,294 3.000 602,119 503 South Big Horn County Hospital General 93,326,871 3.000 279,981 504 South Big Horn County Hospital Additional 93,326,871 3.000 279,981 505 Rural Health Care 103,544,346 2.000 207,089 506 North Big Horn County Senior Citizens 200,706,294 1.000 200,706 507 South Big Horn County Senior Citizens 93,326,871 1.000 93,327 508 Park County Fire #1 Powell 426,963 3.000 1,281 509 Fire Protection District #1 Lovell 172,521,519 3.000 517,565 510 Fire Protection District #2 Basin 21,092,242 3.000 63,277 511 Fire Protection District #3 Manderson 15,212,796 3.000 45,638 512 Fire Protection District #4 Otto-Burlington-Emblem 12,665,790 3.000 37,997 513 Fire Protection District #5 10,435,911 3.000 31,308 514 Big Horn County Weed & Pest 294,606,744 1.000 294,607 515 Big Horn County Weed & Pest Special Management Prog. 294,606,744 1.000 294,607 516 Burlington Cemetery 6,465,525 3.000 19,397 517 Byron Cemetery 107,819,919 1.002 108,036 518 Cowley Cemetery 20,651,602 1.303 26,909 519 Deaver- Frannie Cemetery 11,778,743 1.362 16,043 520 Emblem Cemetery 2,740,733 3.000 8,222 521 Hyattville Cemetery 9,602,220 1.530 14,691 522 Lovell Cemetery 60,608,831 3.000 181,826 523 Otto Cemetery 6,835,209 3.000 20,506 524 South Central Spec. Cemetery25,336,110 3.000 76,008 525 Shoshone Conservation 197,199,862 0.500 98,600 526 South Big Horn County Conservation District 97,406,790 0.500 48,703 527 Byron Solid Waste 107,008,981 2.932 313,750 528 Big Horn Co. Solid Waste 187,574,398 0.000 0.00 550 Total Special District Taxes (Lines 501 through 532) 4,484,293 GRAND TOTALS 601 Line 110, Total State Taxes Levied $ 3,535,281 602 Line 250, Total County Taxes Levied 3,535,281 603 Line 392, Total School District Taxes Levied 9,497,134 604 Line 399, Total Community College Taxes Levied 605 Line 450, Total Municipal Taxes Levied 310,715 606 Line 550, Total Special District Taxes Levied 4,484,293 GRAND TOTAL ALL TAXES LEVIED 8 21,362,704 STATE OF WYOMING ) ) SS. County of Big Horn ) I, Gina Anderson, County Assessor for the County of Big Horn, do hereby certify that the within and foregoing report of valuations, levies and taxes for the year 2012 is true and correct. In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand this 7th day of August A.D., 2012. /s/Gina Anderson, County Assessor Publish: October 25, 2012 Vehicle for hid SEALED BID North Big Horn Hospital District is accepting sealed bids on a 1988 Ford Van. The van is located at North Big Horn Hospital District. Bids can be mailed to North Big Horn Hospital District, 1115 Lane 12, Lovell Wyoming 82431. Please call 307-548-5218 for an appointment to view the vehicle. Bids must be received in the Maintenance office before 4:00 p.m. November 9, 2012. The 1988 Ford Van is being sold "as is" with no warranty expressed or implied regarding condition. The van must be removed from the site within 30 days of sale. Publish: October 25, November 1 & 8, 2012 Final payment. Project PM.120901 NOTICE OF FINAL PAYMENT The Big Horn County Commission, acting on behalf of Big Horn County, Wyoming, has accepted all work as complete according to the Contract Documents set forth in the written Agreement between MCGARVIN-MOBERLY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY and Big Horn County, for the COLD SPRINGS ROAD RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT# PME-120901. MCGARVIN-MOBERLY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, Contractor, is entitled to final payment therefore, and on the 5 th day of DECEMBER, 2012, the 41st day after the first publication of this notice, final payment of the full amount due under the Agreement will be made. Nothing in this notice shall be construed as relieving the Contractor and the Sureties on its bond from any claim or claims for the work or labor done or materials or supplies furnished in the execution of the Agreement. All persons having claims for labor and materials furnished to the Contractor shall present a verified statement of the amount due and unpaid on account of the same to the County prior to the day specified for final payment. Failure on the part of the claimant to file such statement will relieve the County from any and all liability on such claim. Publish: October 25, November 15 & 29, 2012 North Ri Horn County landfill amendment PUBLIC NOTICE In accordance with the provisions of the Wyoming Environmen- tal Quality Act and Chapter 1, Section 3(a) of the Solid Waste Rules and Regulations, the Big Horn County Solid Waste Disposal District (Distric0 has submitted an application for a major permit amendment for the North Big Horn #2 landfill. This facility currently provides for the disposal of municipal and construction and demolition wastes which have been generated with- in northern Big Horn County. The approximately 79 acre facility is located in a part of Lot 87, T56N, R96W, Big Horn County, Wyoming. The purpose of the permit amendment is to allow the operator to increase the service area of this facility to include all of Big Horn, Hot Springs, Park, Sheridan, and Washakie Counties in Wyoming and Carbon County, Montana. This increase in service area will allow the landfill to accept waste from the City of Powell, Wyoming, and will increase the permitted volumetric capacity of the facility more than 5 percent. The remaining life of the facility is estimated to be approxi- mately 27 years. The Department of Environmental Quality, Solid and Hazardous Waste Division (DEQ) has determined that the major amendment ap- plication is complete. DEQ's solid waste rules, in Chapter 1, Section 2 (b)(i), require that the applicant must provide public notice that the application has been determined to be complete, and inform the pub- lic that there is an opportunity to file comments on the application. This publication provides notice of that opportunity. The Department is now conducting a detailed review of the ap- plication to determine if it is technically adequate. If, after the Depart- ment's technical review, the agency finds that the Big Horn County Solid Waste Disposal District has complied with all applicable stan- dards for a facility of this type, the Department will issue a proposed permit and public notice of the proposed permit will be provided. Pro- posed permits may be appealed in accordance with the Department's rules of practice and procedure. Any interested person has the right to either: provide comments on the proposed permit, which DEQ will consider prior to taking final action on the permit application, or file formal written objections to the proposed permit. The period for providing comments or filing formal written objections to the proposed permit, shall begin on October 18, 2012 and end on\\;November 26, 2012. Any comments or formal written objections must be submitted in writing to the Director of the Depart- ment of Environmental Quality, 122 West 25th Street, Cheyenne, WY 82002. Formal written objections must be accompanied by a statement of the facts upon which the objection is based. If substantial written objections are filed, a contested case hearing will be held by the Envi- ronmental Quality Council. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, special assistance or alternative formats will be made available upon request for individuals with disabilities. Publish: October 18 & 25, 2012 MDLI cost decrease 30013.26R.CP.I 2 PUBLIC NOTICE The Wyoming Public Service Commission (Commission) has given Montana-Dakota Utilities Co. (MDU) authority to pass on a wholesale natural gas cost [i] decreases of $0.666 per decatherm (Dth) for Residential, Firm General Service, and Small and Large In- terruptible customers, $0.636 per Dth for Seasonal customers; and [iii] an increase of $0.288 per Dth for Seasonal Firm customers. MDU stated the proposed revisions will affect all of its Wyoming customers, and are proposed to be effective for usage on and after October 1, 2012. The proposed pass-on will result in an estimated net decrease of approximately $120,900 in MDU's revenues for October 2012 based upon estimated sales volumes for the month. The proposed rate changes are subject to notice, protest, intervention, refund, opportu- nity for hearing and such other orders as the Commission may deem appropriate. MDU's current and proposed Residential customer rates in dollars per Dth, are: Tariff Item Current Proposed Net Rate Rate Change Purchased Gas Cost 83.975 $3.556 ($0.419) Amortized CBA 80.081 ($0.136) ($0.217) Non-Core Revenue Credit ($0.106) ($0.136) ($0.030) Total Purchased Gas Cost $3.950 83.284 ($0.666) Distribution Delivery Charge $0.633 $0.633 $0.000 Total Gas Cost 84.583 $3.917 (80.666) The average Residential customer using 7 Dths in October 2012 may expect a decrease of $4.66 or about 10.5% before taxes. Actual bills will vary with usage. Customers served under other rate schedules should contact MDU for details on how the changes will affect them. The increase for Seasonal Firm General Gas Service is due to the changeover to Winter Service pricing occurring on October 1. Commission's Rules 249 and 250 allow a utility to pass on to its customers known or prospective wholesale commodity cost increases or decreases, subject to public notice, opportunity for hearing and refund. MDU's application is on file in its Wyoming business offices and at the Commission's office in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and may be inspected by any interested person during regular business hours. Anyone desiring to file a public comment, statement, protest, intervention petition or request for a public hearing in this matter must file with the Commission in writing on or before November 16, 2012. Intervention petitions and requests for public hearing shall set forth the grounds on which they are made and the position and interest of the petitioner in this proceeding. If you wish to intervene in this matter, request a public hearing that you will attend, or want to make a public comment, statement, or protest, and you require reasonable accommodation for a disability, please contact the Commission at (307) 777-7427, or write to the Commission at 2515 Warren Avenue, Suite 300, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002, to make arrangements. Communications impaired persons may also contact the Commission by accessing Wyoming Relay at 711. Please mention Docket No. 30013-268-GP-12 in your communications. Dated: October 17, 2012. Publish: October 25 & November 1, 2012 Notice of probate: West IN THE DISTRICT COURT, FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COUNTY OF BIG HORN, STATE OF WYOMING IN THE MATTER OFTHE ESTATE ) OF ) Probate No. 5704 FREDDIE WEST ) NOTICE OF PROBATE TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN SAID ESTATE: You are hereby notified that on the 17th day of October, 2012, the estate of the above named decedent was admitted to probate by the above named court, and that Suzanne Wilson was appointed Personal Representative thereof. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the decedent or to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the un- dersigned at 500 Greybull Avenue, Greybull, Wyoming 82426. Creditors having claims against the decedent or the estate are required to file them in duplicate with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the Clerk of said Court, on or before three months after the date of the first publication of this notice, and if such claims are not so filed, unless otherwise allowed or paid, they will be forever barred. DATED this 19 day of October, 2012. Suzanne Wilson Personal Representative Publish: October 25, November 1 & 8, 2012