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16 I The Lovell Chronicle I December 24, 2009 www.LovellChronicle.com Council mulls water/sewer project planning BY DAVID PECK The Town of Lovell is awaiting word from the State Loan and Investment Board before sending a letter to a major funding agency on the town's ongoing water and sewer infrastructure project about how the town intends to proceed with the next phase of the project. Big Horn County mayors earlier agreed to return $267,000 in county consensus money from lower-than-expected bids on the Southwest/Transmission Line phase of the project to the Town of Lovell for the up- coming South phase, but that reallocation must be approved by the SLIB, which will next meet in early February. Town Administrator Bart Grant has been in communication with the SLIB staff and is hoping that the town can be written a letter stating that the money would be on the consent list at the February meeting. During a special noon council meeting Tuesday it was explained that, if the SLIB letter is received, the town could include the returned county consen- sus funding in its letter outlining the fi- nancing for the South phase of the project to the USDA Rural Utilities Service. If the SLIB letter is not received, the town could either send the RUS letter including the $267,000 or an alternate letter leaving out the amount. If the letter including the $267,000 is sent to RUS but for some reason the SLIB does not approve the funding, the town would be obligated to cover a portion of the design costs for the South project. If the $267,000 is approved, the grant money would cover the design costs. Generally, the $267,000 would pay for two additional blocks of water and sewer work in the southeast part of town, and the council discussed some of the engineering and design issues that the project will face. Grant said he is concerned about the por- tion of the Garfield hill that slipped two years ago. Frank Page of DOWL/HKM Engineer- ing said it would probably cost more to work around existing services on the hill than to build new ones, and when Grant asked about stabilizing the new lines, Page said a geo-technical investigation would be required as part of the engineering and de- sign. The Garfield water line "pulls apart" about every other year, Grant said. Getting back to the two RUS letters, Grant said he has been told the return of the $267,000 will be on the consent list, along with some other projects from around the state, and he's hoping the SLIB staff could write a letter stating that likelihood. "I don't see any problem with it," he said. The council eventually voted to send a letter to RUS including the $267,000 in county consensus money as part of the project planning if the town receives a con- firmation from SLIB by Jan. 4. If not, the town would send a nearly identical letter without the $267,000 in the stated fund- ing. Work on the South project could begin as early as next fall, Page said. INVASIVE SPECIES In other business Tuesday, the council considered a request from Friends of Big- horn Lake Board President Bob Croft to help publicize measures that need to be taken to prevent the spread of aquatic in- vasive species - namely zebra mussels and quagga mussels. Croft appeared before the council at the Dec. 8 meeting and asked the town to help publicize the serious nature of the fast- spreading mussels, speaking as a mem- ber of a State aquatic invasive species task force. He mentioned funding a newspaper advertisement of some sort, perhaps pay- ing for a brochure about the problem to be inserted in the newspaper. Placing the brochure in TCT WEST bills was also mentioned as a possibility. Councilwoman Jodi Lindsay noted that, due to the low cost of insert rates, she would like to see the brochure run twice, and both Mayor Bruce Morrison and Coun- cilman Scott Allred said the brochure could be run in the full circulation of the Lovell Chronicle, rather than just the local distri- bution. As for timing, Grant said he believed Croft would like to see the brochure insert- ed before the Wyoming Legislature meets in February, perhaps in the second or third week of January. Councilman Bruce Wol- sey said it could perhaps be inserted again in April just before the lake opens to boat- ing as a fresh reminder to boaters. The council voted to pay for up to two insertions in the full run of the newspaper, if sufficient brochures can be obtained. The council went into a brief closed ses- sion to discuss litigation prior to adjourn- ingjust before 1 p.m. For Rent Real Estate Services SUPER CLASSIFIEDS GET SUPER RESULTSI Place your ad in the Super Classifieds and it will be published in The Lovell Chronicle, Basin Republican-Rustler, Greybull Standard and Powell Tribune, all for one price! Call your local newspaper to place a Super Classified ad today! J thelOVe.ll ''*'"';'7X%%, ..00chromde 00)400-LLI/ ..,,4,,..., ..... Our adverlisin0 deadline is noon on 1esday. TOWN VIEW apartments for rent, adults preferred, 548-2499. (3/26tfc) HOME FOR rent: 2 bd., 1 bath, Ig. living room, dining room, kitchen, utility room. No smoking or pets. 272-1988. (12/17-31c) LOVELL: 3 bedroom w/large yard $700/month plus utilities and $700 security deposit. Deaver: 2 bedroom mobile w/2 stall garage $300/month plus $300 security de- posit. Rentals require no smoking and no pets. Please call Johnson Home and Land, 548-6909. (12/17-31 c) FOR RENT: 1 bedroom house, no smoking or pets. $300 a month plus $300 deposit. Available Jan. 1,307-548-2233. (12/17-24p) APARTMENTS FOR rent: studio, 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom; all utili- ties paid; 6 month lease required; $300-$450. Lovell, 548-2667. (6/4tfc) JENKINS STORAGE IIc, open outdoor fenced storage, call 548- 7217 or 272-0235. (1/1/09-1/1/10p) MRW STORAGE, Lovell. Storage spaces, all sizes, call 548-6346 or 548-7209. (1/10/08-1/27/09p) New units all sizes. Now available in Cowley and Lovell- 548-6966 5 1 081fc LOVELL APARTMENTS Now accepting applications for 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apts. Multi- family affordable housing. Rental assistance depending upon eligibility and availability. ,/All units equipped with appliances, carpet, curtains. / Laundry facilities on site. Call 307-548-6819 or stop by 205 Montana Ave. 1 Lovell, WY 82431. TOO 1-800-877-9975 ( . .,.=-. .... This institution is on equal opportunity provider. (3/]9) COME CHECK out Toni's crafts at Valley Flower and Gifts, all Christ- mas crafts discounted $10 - $20. Have a Merry Christmas! (12/10-24p) FRESH GEORGIA pecans and other nuts are in! Just in time for the holidays. Murphey's Dollar Store, 80 E. Main, Lovell, 548- 6546. $8,000 TAX rebate, 3 bedroom house, 1 bath, new carpet, bath, paint, etc. 548-7209. (11/26ffc) 2 BEDROOM house, 2 up, 1 down, utility room, completely re- modeled, garage, $8,000 rebate. 548-7209. (11/26tfc) FREE KITTENS for Christmas. A variety of colors, but mostly or- ange, long-haired about 3 months old. Really need a home. 272- 8788. (12/10-24nc) We would like to take a mo- ment to thank everyone who sent cards, flowers, food, and thoughts and prayers when we lost our very, very loved wife, mother, grand- mother, and great-grandmother. A very special thank you to Haskell's Funeral Home for the wonderful care they gave our loved one, also a special thank you to the Cowley 1st Ward Relief Society, all your fine support was greatly appreci- ated. The Family of Sharon Tucker (12/24c) To all the citizens and offi- cials, the mayor, town council, po- lice, firemen, public servants, and all residents of Lovell, Wyoming and surrounds, a wonderful place where the Spirit of Christmas pre- vails the entire year long. Lovell is a sacred place where neighbors help and care for neighbors, the sick, the poor and the least fortu- nate the entire year long, just as Christ commanded, without defer- ence for wealth or status and with- out regard for race, color, creed, sex, religion, handicap, sexual orientation, or national origin. May the Prince of Peace bring comfort to all. Bertha W. Binford (Mrs.) (12/17-31p) NEW TO LOVELL? The First National Bank & Trust of PowelllLovell Branch wants to be the first to welcome you to our community. open an account with us, and we'll give you a 6-month subscription to The Lovell Chronicle. Stop in today and visit with our new accounts staff. irst National BankeTrust 548-2751 284 E. Hain Love, FOSTER HAIR and Nail Studio, Byron, Tues. - Fri. 9 - ?, 548- 7392. (9/10-12/31 p) CANYON SERVICES, home im- provement service and repair, heating, A/C, plumbing. No job too big, no job too small. Jeff Young, 35 years experience. 307-250- 7649. (7/gtfc) PIZZA ON the Run now catering and delivering for large groups, of- fice parties and school functions. Just call Tim Bose, 548-2206 eve- nings or 250-1846 anytime. (4/16tfc) Stan Grass 754-3007 I]Id00SIFIEDS Lost & Found Real Estate Steel Buildint s LOST: SAT., DEC. 12 at noon on 14A-E, Lovell, cancer support dog, female gray and dark brown shihtzu wearing a pink collar with hearts, answers to Bailey. $500 reward. Call 563-289- 3525, 309-236-8898, 307-548-2451. __(L12/27-24p) FOUND BETWEEN GARLAND and Byron: female black Lab wearing red collar. 754-1019. (100-101 F) FOUND ON 5TH ST." neu- tered male short-haired tabby cat. 754-1019 (100-101 F) FOUND LN IO/RD 7: rough coat neutered male Jack Russell Terrier type dog wearing purple collar. 754-1019. (100-1 Ol F) Services Offered AUSTRALIAN SHEP- HERD PUPPIES, AKC, ASCA, OFA, Champion bloodlines, dew claws. First shots, both parents here, good tempera- ments. Merles and red- tri. Ready Jan. 9, $450. 527-6689. __ (101-03]hursC) CORGI PUPPIES FOR sale, ready to go now. Purebred but no papers, $250, 272-0332. (100-104P) ADORABLE YORK- IEPOOS FOR sale. Males and females. Call (307)254-1121 or 254- 2176. (100TFC) STEEL BLDGS W/ EXCESSIVE Quality, 09 recession inventory blowout. Up to 50% off, partially manufactured. Can construct, LAS-AC 472 Mfg. Cert., www.scg- 9rp.com Source#155, 307-272-2850. (98-101 P) INTEGRITY BUILDING SERVICES and home repair. Trim and finish carpentry, framing, paint- ing, drywalL, tape and texture. Jason Pellegrino, 307-250-3165. (101-04P) 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. (L7/gtfc) Lookingfor a Friend? Caring for Powell Animals has many dogs and cats in need of a home. 754-1019 SERVICEMAN FROM BROWN'S Western Appliance will be in Basin- Greybull once a week to service your appliances. Call or write 711 Railway Avenue., Worland 82401. 1-800-570-3281. __(9/03-2/04pG) K-D DRAPERIES - window treatments and wall covering displays at McKinnon Flooring. Call Kathy 568-9389 or (800) 347-0089. (tfB) OVER 206,000 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. __ (101-101W) HORTON CONSTRUC- TION - remodels, decks, skid steer service, small jobs, home repairs, hand- icap accessible home modifications ... Call Ben Horton, 254-5072. Free estimates. (71TFE) ASPEN PLUMBING& HEATING MO(J no longer offers furnace change outs, but WE D0! 754-9198/254-1766 TURN YOUR MEAT into custom jerky. Beef or wild game. Call 307-762- 3377. (86-104P) PORTRAITS, WED- DINGS, SPECIAL EVENTS call C.Wensky Photogra- phy. Located at 143 E. Second, Powell. Now booking 2010 Seniors! 202-0858. (29TFE) M&M HANDYMAN. Qual- ity service at a reasonable rate. 307-202-0881. (67TFC) FOR YOUR PLUMBING needs call Plumbing Plus! Leaky faucets, installa- tion, clogged drains, etc.. 754-3327. __(84TFThursC) LOVELL, RETAIL SPACE for sale or lease. 384 East Main Street. Old NAPA building. Fenced courtyard included in sale. Call 307-431-9188 or 307-347-3289. (02/26tfB) 20 ACRE LAND FORE- CLOSURES. Near grow- ing El Paso, Texas. No credit checks/owner financing $0 down. Take over $159/mo. pay- ment. Was $16,900. Now $12,856. 800-755-8953. www.texaslandforeclo- sures.net. __ (101-101W) IF YOU WANT TO buy, sell or rent, contact The Real Estate Connection at 133 S. Bent or call 754-2800. (103TFC) Nice triplex FOR SALE 465 MONTANA AVE. LOVELL Nice yard, 4 bd. upstairs, two 1 bd. apartments downstairs. New roof and windows. Live in upstairs and rent out downstairs. Let renters pay your mortgage. s119,900 307-548-7919 (L12/17-31p) Give yourself tbe O 0, gift of ownersbip! @ tLet us show bow to save on the you. purchase of a home taking advantage of tax credits ive .s a ji.gle this botiaay se00so, i 754-5500 Powell ! 587-4007 Cody 272-2803 Basin/6reybull i We wish you a Merry Christmas , and a Happy, Healthy New Year  Y Trust the Tradition  Larry & 61oria rtedderman a I lp , Open Saturdays  CammyRodeman .O'1, 306 N. Bent, Powell 1735 Sheridan Ave., Cody  www.wrensoldit.com  TOGETHER, WE CAN STOP POAcH NG! ' t