01-28-2022 Bridger Valley Pioneer Legals


ORDINANCE NO. 2021-10
AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF LYMAN, WYOMING AMENDING THE ORDINANCE GOVERNING VICIOUS ANIMALS
WHEREAS, the Town of Lyman currently has some rules concerning the keeping of vicious animals; and
WHEREAS, the current Ordinance needs to be amended to deal with vicious animals before they bite or injure a person or other animal.
NOW THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE TOWN OF LYMAN, UINTA COUNTY, WYOMING THAT THE TOWN CODE SHOULD BE MODIFIED IN THE FOLLOWING WAY:
3-2-3-12: BITING AND VICIOUS ANIMALS:
A. Owner Prevention: No person who owns, possesses, keeps or exercises control over any animal shall fail to:
1. Prevent the animal from attacking, rushing, snapping at, growling, snarling, biting or causing any bodily injury to any person, livestock or domestic animal not on the premises of such owner, possessor or keeper.
2. Prevent the animal from attacking, rushing, snapping at, growling, snarling, biting or causing any bodily injury to any person, livestock or domestic animal lawfully present upon the premises of the residence of such owner, possessor or keeper.
a. It is an affirmative defense to this subsection A2, if such premises have previously posted warning signs about the animal: 1) at each entrance, 2) with a prominent and conspicuous sign, and 3) with lettering not less than two inches (2”) in height.
b. It is also an affirmative defense to this subsection A2 if the bite or bodily injury caused by the animal was necessary to prevent or apprehend a person engaged in committing an act of violence, robbery or theft on the property.
3. Prevent the animal from attacking, rushing, snapping at, growling, snarling, biting or causing any bodily injury to any person or domestic animal upon the premises of any business establishment that is open to the public.
a. It is an affirmative defense to this subsection A3 if the bite or bodily injury caused by the animal was necessary to prevent or apprehend a person engaged in committing an act of violence, robbery or theft on the property.
NO OTHER PORTION OF THIS ORDINANCE IS MODIFIED BY THE PASSAGE OF THIS ORDINANCE
First Reading – December 16, 2021
Second Reading – January 6, 2022
Public Hearing – January 6, 2022
Third Reading – January 20, 2022
Published – January 28, 2022
PASSED AND APPROVED BY THE COUNCIL THIS 20th day of January, 2022.
(seal) __________________________
ATTEST: Mayor, Bronson Berg
___________________________
Town Clerk, Lisa Bradshaw
PUBLISHED: Jan. 28, 2022 22016

TOWN OF LYMAN WYOMING
Minutes of the Business Meeting held January 6, 2022
The meeting was called to order by Mayor Berg at 7:00 p.m. present were Councilmembers: Andy Spray, Shane Hooton and Eric Quinney via zoom
Clerk Lisa Bradshaw
Officer Alan Kiefer
Public Works Director Jared Crane
Attorney Thayne Peterson
Councilman Spray made a motion to approve the agenda as amended, second by Councilman Hooton, motion carried unanimously.
Councilman Hooton made a motion to approve the December 16, 2021 business meeting and work session minutes, second by Councilman Spray, motion carried unanimously.
Mayor Berg opened the public hearing for Ordinance No. 2021-10. No public comments. Mayor Berg closed the public hearing.
Ordinance No. 2021-10 AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF LYMAN, WYOMING AMENDING THE ORDINANCE GOVERING VICIOUS ANIMALS Councilman Spray made a motion to approve Ordinance No. 2021-10 on the second reading, second by Councilman Hooton, motion carried unanimously.
Resolution # 2022-01 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AND DESIGNATING SIGNATORIES FOR THE TOWN OF LYMAN ACCOUNTS Councilman Spray made a motion to approve Resolution # 2022-01, second by Councilman Hooton, motion carried unanimously.
Resolution # 2022-02 A RESOLUTION DESIGNATING 1ST BANK AS A DEPOSITORY BANK FOR THE BASIC MUNICIPAL ACCOUNTS OF THE TOWN OF LYMAN, WYOMING Councilman Hooton made a motion to approve Resolution # 2022-02, second by Councilman Spray, motion carried unanimously.
Resolution # 2022-03 A RESOLUTION DESIGNATING THE BRIDGER VALLEY PIONEER NEWSPAPER AS THE OFFICIAL DESIGNATED NEWSPAPER FOR THE TOWN OF LYMAN, WYOMING, TO PUBLISH LEGAL NOTICES, ADVERTISE FOR BIDS, PRINT MINUTES OF OFFICIAL MEETINGS, AND TO PUBLISH ORDINANCES AND OTHER DOCUMENTS AS MAY BE REQUIRED BY LAW Councilman Spray made a motion to approve Resolution # 2022-03, second by Councilman Hooton, motion carried unanimously.
Resolution # 2022-04 ACCEPTING THE HOPE ACRES PHASE 1 ADDITION WATER AND SEWER INFRASTRUCTURE Councilman Hooton made a motion to approve Resolution # 2022-04, second by Councilman Spray, motion carried unanimously.
Resolution # 2022-05 ACCEPTING THE VILLAGE EAST PHASE IV INFRASTRUCTURE INCLUDING ROADS, SEWER, STREETLIGHTS AND WATER FIXTURES Councilman Spray made a motion to approve Resolution # 2022-05, second by Councilman Hooton, motion carried unanimously.
RESOLUTION # 2022-06 A RESOLTUION ALLOWING JOHN’S BAR EXTENDED HOURS FOR A POOL TOURNAMENT Councilman Hooton made a motion to approve Resolution # 2022-06, second by Councilman Spray, motion carried unanimously.
Councilman Spray made a motion to approve the following bills: Alsco – janitorial supplies $304.49, Bridger Valley Motors – work on PD vehicle $202.45, Chemtech-Ford – samples $241.00, Pamela Sota – water deposit refund $150.00, Wyoming Worker’s Compensation – worker comp. $771.67, Hach Company – supplies $1,092.21, Harris Law Office – judge contract $1,200.00, Reladyne West – diesel $419.45, Mountainland Supply – supplies $2,461.95, Great West Trust – 457 retirement $1,400.00, Peterson Legal Services – attorney contract $3,000.00, Postmaster – utility bills $258.98, Dominion Energy – utilities $3,045.09, Real Kleen – janitorial supplies $452.60, Semi Services – supplies $611.74, Tamera Lopez – contract labor $500.00, Unita County Clerk – 4th quarter jail fees $252.00, Department of Workforce – unemployment insurance $363.62, Wyoming retirement – retirement $7,591.85, Power Engineering – monthly charges $125.00, second by Councilman Hooton, motion carried unanimously.
Councilman Hooton made a motion to adjourn, second by Councilman Spray, motion carried unanimously.
___________________________ ______________________________
Lisa Bradshaw, Clerk Bronson Berg, Mayor
PUBLISHED: Jan. 25, 2022 22015

UINTA COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT #6 PUBLICATION OF WARRANTS
January 2022--92 UTAH VALLEY UNIVERSITY 500; 137 NORCO 84094; 265 VISION SERVICE PLAN 1563.6; 264 DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF WYOMING 10515.2; 266 WSBAIT 133025.82; 817 AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES 680.34; 825 TEEN TRUTH 1875; 819 FIRST BANKCARD 2421.09; 823 READING HORIZONS 3500; 820 HEINEMANN 5276.25; 824 SCHOOL DIST#6 GENERAL FUND 17627.27; 6568 RELADYNE LLC 539.7; 6555 LINCOLN ELECTRIC COMPANY 547.33; 6562 OFFICE PRODUCTS DEALER 622.77; 6540 BRIDGER VALLEY PIONEER 633.6; 6590 WYOMING WASTE SERVICE 663.68; 6591 XEROX FINANCIAL SERVICES 669.41; 6582 UINTA COUNTY SCHOOL DIST # 4 669.65; 6536 BENEDICT’S ACE HARDWARE 672.5; 6586 WEX BANK-889.95; 6574 SCHOOL DIST#6 STUDENT ACTIVITY 942.36; 6581 UINTA BANK 944.94; 5850 WYOMING RETIREMENT SYSTEM #2 1085.84; 6535 BENEDICT TRADING COMPANY 1125.14; 6596 LEWIS BUS GROUP 1400; 6580 TOWN OF LYMAN 1514.35; 6583 UNION TELEPHONE COMPANY 1565.21; 6589 WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE 1603.51; 6593 ATHLETIC AND ACTIVITIES SCHOOL DISTRICT 1715.52; 6532 AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES 1755.28; 6567 RED CASTLE PHYSICAL THERAPY LLC 3600; 6601 REGION V BOCES 4256.2; 6546 FAST STOP STORES 4890.42; 6594 FRANKLIN COVEY PRODUCTS 5000; 6579 “TANGENT, INC” 6900; 6550 HILLTOP NATIONAL BANK 8277.99; 6556 “MENLO, INC.” 8702.84; 6545 DOMINION ENERGY 16281.19; 5846 SCHOOL DIST#6-MEDICARE 17318.78; 6539 BRIDGER VALLEY ELECTRIC 18798.86; 6547 FIRST BANKCARD 19174.27; 5848 SCHOOL DIST#6 PAYROLL TAXES 38153.83; 5847 SCHOOL DIST#6-SS 74053.54; 5849 WYOMING RETIREMENT SYSTEM 109068.06; 437 C.E.M. SALES & SERVICE 5250.64; 440 SCHOOL DIST#6 GENERAL FUND 11545.71; 94 WESTERN WYOMING COMMUNITY COLLEGE 500; 95 BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY. 750; 439 BENEDICT TRADING COMPANY 1152.68; 440 MEADOW GOLD DAIRIES SLC 1679.38; 441 NICHOLAS & COMPANY 14302.59; 442 SCHOOL DIST#6 GENERAL FUND 22134.47; 918 SCHOOL DIST#6 SCHOOL LUNCH 600.84; 912 CAPITAL ONE 788.7; 917 SCHOOL DIST#6 GENERAL FUND 902.27; 913 FIRST BANKCARD 1319.83; 916 “ROSE, HILA” 1355; 919 VALLEY THEATRE 1410; 910 BENEDICT TRADING COMPANY 1471.69; 920 JOSTENS 1930.86; 914 LAWRENCE’S 2423.5; 922 VARSITY SPIRIT FASHIONS 4754.30
I, JASON LAMBERTI, TREASURER, UINTA COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT #6, LYMAN, WYOMING, DO HEREBY CERTIFY THE HEREBY TO BE CORRECT.
/S/ JASON LAMBERTI, UCSD #6
PUBLISHED: Jan. 25, 2022 22018

NOTICE OF HEARING
The Town of Lyman Planning and Zoning will hold a public hearing regarding a request from Quent Ricketts. Mr. Ricketts is asking for a zone change at 305 1st St, he would like to change the zone from a R1 zone to a R2 zone. The public hearing will take place February 1, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. in the conference room at the Lyman Town Hall.
PUBLISHED: Jan. 28, 2022 22013

NOTICE OF ACCEPTANCE AND FINAL PAYMENT
UINTA COUNTY, WYOMING - COUNTY ROAD 274 BRIDGE SUPERSTRUCTURE
Notice is hereby given that the UINTA COUNTY WYOMING has accepted as completed according to the plans, specifications, and rules governing the same work performed under that certain Contract between Uinta County Wyoming and TrueNorth Steel, 5405 Momont Road, Missoula Montana 59808. the Contractor, on the County Road 274 Bridge Superstructure. The Contractor is entitled to final settlement for work under this Contract and the County will make final payment to the Contractor herein mentioned for the full amount due on the forty-first day after first publication of this notice (January 28). Any claims should be submitted to the County. Claims not filed with the County, prior to the forty-first day after the first date of this publication, the same shall be waived.
Uinta County Wyoming
PUBLISHED: January 28 and February 4, 2022 22014

STATE OF WYOMING ) IN THE DISTRICT COURT
)ss. THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
COUNTY OF UINTA ) Civil Action Case No. 22-3
IN THE MATTER OF THE
NAME CHANGE OF )
Heather Jean Conover Simmons )
(Petitioner) )
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
You are hereby notified that a Petition For Change of Name, civil Action No. 22-3, has been filed on behalf of Heather Jean Conover Simmons in the Wyoming District Court for the third Judicial District, whose address is 225 9th Street, Evanston, WY 82930, the object and prayer of which is to change the name of the above-named person from Heather Jean Conover Simmons to Lucianna Jean Verlarde Tinoco.
Any objection must be filed with the District court within 30 days following the last date of publication of this notice, or an Order Granting Name Change may be granted without further notice.
DATED this 3 day of January, 2022
BY CLERK OF COURT
Shanda Fife_
Clerk of District Court / Deputy
PUBLISHED: Jan. 14, 21, 28, Feb. 4, 2022 22003

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Uinta County School District 4 will be receiving sealed bids for the installation of a new hardwood floor in the main gym at Mountain View High School. Bids are due to Uinta County School District 4, 129 W Second Street, Mountain View, Wyoming 82939, by 12:00 PM Mountain Standard Time on February 2, 2022. It is highly encourage that any interested bidder contact Maintenance Supervisor, Bob Alvis, at 307-780-8904 or [email protected] to schedule a walk-through of the project to fully understand the requirements. This project can start on June 15, 2022 and must be completed by July 30, 2022. Any questions about this project can be directed to Bob Alvis at [email protected]
Preference shall be given to Wyoming contractors, subcontractors, laborers, workmen and mechanics in accordance with W.S. 16-6-102; except when Wyoming residents are not available or qualified to perform the work involved. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to determine who the best and most responsible Bidder is, and to waive any formalities in the bidding.
By Order Of:
Jeffrey M. Newton, Superintendent
Uinta County School District #4
129 W Second St
Mountain View, WY 82939
PUBLISHED: Jan. 14, 21, 28, 2022 22005

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
The Owner will accept sealed proposals, subject to the conditions contained in the General Conditions, Special Provisions and Specifications until February 4, 2022; at 10 a.m., at Uinta County School District No.4 Central Office, 129 West Second Street, Mountain View, Wyoming 82939 and then publicly opened and read aloud. Proposals will be received for the work as set forth in the bid package, the project generally being described as follows:
This project will consist of replacing the existing running track at Mountain View High School and replacing it with a new synthetic track. This project will be bid in schedules and bidders may bid any or all schedules. Some schedules are to be considered alternates. The Schedules shall consist of:
1. Preliminary Site work consisting of removing the old asphalt track, misc. demolition, preparing the subgrade for asphalt placement, and installing concrete curbing and other concrete features.
2. Site reclamation and landscaping, consisting of relocation of sprinkler heads, relocating sprinkler pipe, placing edging around the track including topsoil placement.
3. Asphalt placement for track and misc. areas, including placement of road base prior to pavement.
4. Installing synthetic surfacing and striping the track.
5. Concrete track with surfacing, to include installing post tension concrete, synthetic surfacing, and striping.
Copies of the plans, specifications and contract documents may be obtained by contacting the office of Uinta Engineering and Surveying, Inc.
808 Main Street
Evanston, Wyoming, 82930
Phone:(307) 789-3602
Fax: 789-6456
These documents will be available electronically for download at no cost, by contacting the Engineer for instructions. A pre-bid meeting will be held on January 31, 2022; at 10:00 a.m. at Mountain View High School, in Mountain View Wyoming.
Wyoming State Statutes apply to the bidding and construction of this Public Works Project including but not limited to the following sections:
W.S. 9-2-304 10% Bid Bond Required
W.S. 16-6-102; 5% Resident Contractor Preference
W.S. 16-6-104; 5% Wyoming Materials and Suppliers Preference
W.S. 16-6-112; Performance Guarantee
W.S. 16-6-201 – 16-6-206; Resident Labor Preference
W.S. 27-3-502(f); Registration with Taxing Authority
The Owner reserves the right to reject all bids and waive any informality in same if the Governing Body determines that it is in the best interest of the Owner to do so. No bidder will be allowed to withdraw their bid for a period of thirty (30) days or until the successful bidder has entered a contract with the Owner.
The completion date for the project shall be August 15, 2022.
PUBLISHED: Jan. 14, 21, 28, 2022 22007
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NOTICE OF HEARING
The Town of Lyman Planning and Zoning will hold a public hearing regarding a request from Carl and Becky Oehler of 1715 Powers Ave. The Oehler’s are requesting a multi-animal permit. The hearing will take place February 1, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. in the conference room at the Lyman Town Hall.
PUBLISHED: January 28, 2022 22012
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TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW
ORDINANCE 2021-6
NOW THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of the Town of Mountain View, in the State of Wyoming, as follows:
SECTION 1: REPEAL “26.12.080 PENALTY”
SECTION 2: REPEAL “24.08.030 PENALTY”
SECTION 3: REPEAL “26.08.060 DUTIES OF DRIVER’S IN EVENT OF ACCIDENTS”
SECTION 4: REPEAL “22.28.070 PENALTY”
SECTION 5: REPEAL “26.08.070 GARAGE/REPAIR SHOP TO REPORT DAMAGED VEHICLES”
SECTION 6: REPEAL “26.08.090 SIGNS, SIGNALS AND MARKERS”
SECTION 7: REPEAL “24.04.200 PENALTY”
SECTION 8: AMENDMENT “22.08.010 ASSAULT AND BATTERY”
SECTION 9: AMENDMENT “22.08.020 RECKLESS ENDANGERING”
SECTION 10: AMENDMENT “22.08.030 DISCRIMINATION”
SECTION 11: AMENDMENT “22.12.030 DRUG PARAPHERNALIA”
SECTION 12: AMENDMENT “22.16.040 EXCESSIVE NOISE”
SECTION 13: AMENDMENT “22.20.020 FRAUD BY CHECK”
B. Any person who knowingly issues a check which is not paid because the drawer has insufficient funds or credit with the drawee has issued a fraudulent check and commits misdemeanor fraud by check, if the check was for a sum less than one thousand dollars ($1000.00).
SECTION 14: AMENDMENT “22.20.030 FRAUD BY CREDIT CARD”
B. Unlawful use of a credit card is a misdemeanor if the value of the property or services purchased or obtained is less than one thousand dollars ($1000.00). (Ord. 86-2)
SECTION 15: AMENDMENT “22.20.040 FRAUD BY FALSE
A person who knowingly obtains property from another person by false pretenses with intent to defraud the person is guilty of a misdemeanor if the value of the property is less than one thousand dollars ($1000.00). (Ord. 86-2)
SECTION 16: AMENDMENT “22.20.060 FRAUD BY INNKEEPERS”
A. A person who, with intent to defraud, procures food, drink or accommodations at a public establishment without paying in accordance with his agreement with the public Page 12 establishment is guilty of a misdemeanor if the value of the food, drink or accommodations is less than one thousand dollars ($1000.00).
SECTION 17: AMENDMENT “22.20.070 THEFT OF SERVICES”
A. A person who, with intent to defraud, obtains services which he knows are available only for compensation, without paying for the services is guilty of a misdemeanor if the value of the services is less than one thousand dollars ($1000.00).
SECTION 18: AMENDMENT “22.20.080 LARCENY”
C. Larceny is a misdemeanor if the value of the property taken or converted is less than one thousand dollars ($1000.00). (Ord. 86-2)
SECTION 19: AMENDMENT “22.20.090 RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY”
A. A person who buys, receives, conceals or disposes of property which he knows, believes or has reasonable cause to believe was obtained in violation of law is guilty of a misdemeanor if the value of the property is less than one thousand dollars ($1000.00).
SECTION 20: AMENDMENT “22.20.100 SHOPLIFTING”
A. A person who willfully conceals or takes possession of property offered for sale by a wholesale or retail store without the knowledge or consent of the owner and with the intent to convert the property to his own use without paying the purchase price is guilty of a misdemeanor if the value of the property is less than one thousand dollars ($1000.00)
SECTION 21: AMENDMENT “22.20.120 PROPERTY DESTRUCTION”
B. Property destruction and defacement is a misdemeanor if the cost of restoring injured property or the value of the property if destroyed is less than one thousand dollars ($1000.00). (Ord. 86-2)
SECTION 22: AMENDMENT “22.24.010 TOBACCO SALES” of the Mountain View Municipal Code 2 is hereby amended as follows:
A M E N D M E N T
22.24.010 TOBACCO SALES
A. Prohibited Sales or Delivery.
1. No person shall sell, offer for sale, give away or deliver tobacco products to any person under the age of twenty-one (21) years of age. 2. Any person violating paragraph A,1 is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of not less than two hundred fifty ($250.00) for the first offense. Subsequent offenses shall be punishable by a fine of not less than five hundred dollars ($500.00). 3. It is an affirmative defense to prosecution under paragraph A,1 that: a. In the case of a sale, the person who sold the tobacco product was presented with, and reasonably relied upon, an identification card which identified the person buying or receiving the tobacco product as being over twenty-one (21) years of age; or Page 15 b. The tobacco product was given or delivered to the person under twenty-one (21) years of age by his or her parent or guardian and the tobacco product was given or delivered to the person for use in the privacy of his parent’s or guardian’s home or under the direct supervision of the parent or guardian. (Ord. 94-1)
B. Purchase by Minors Prohibited.
1. No person under the age of twenty-one (21) years shall purchase tobacco products, or misrepresent his identity or age, or use any false or altered identification for the purpose of purchasing tobacco products. 2. Any person violating paragraph B,1 is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of not less than two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00) for the first offense. Subsequent offenses shall be punishable by a fine not less than five hundred dollars ($500.00). (Ord. 94-1)
C. Possession or Use by Minors Prohibited.
1. It is unlawful for any person under the age of twenty-one (21) years to possess or use any tobacco products. 2. Any person violating paragraph C,1 is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of not less than two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00) for the first offense. Subsequent offenses shall be punishable by a fine of not less than five hundred dollars ($500.00). 3. It is an affirmative defense to a prosecution under paragraph C,1 that the defendant possessed or used the tobacco product in the home of, or under the direct supervision of, his or her parent or guardian. (Ord. 94-1)
D. Posted Notice Required; Location of Vending.
1. Any person who sells tobacco products shall post signs informing the public of the age restrictions provided by MVTC 22.24.010 at or near every display of tobacco products and on or upon every vending machine which offers tobacco products for sale. Each sign shall be plainly visible and shall contain a statement communicating that the sale of tobacco products to person under twenty-one (21) years of age is prohibited by law. 2. No person shall sell or offer tobacco products through a vending machine unless the machine is located in: a. Businesses or offices or other places not open to the general public; b. Places to which persons under the age of twenty-one (21) years are not permitted access, including premises where alcoholic beverages are sold and served. 3. Any person violating paragraph D,1 is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of not less than two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00). Each day of continued violation shall be deemed a separate offense. (Ord. 94-1)
E. Definitions. As used in this section:
“Tobacco Products”. Any substance containing tobacco leaf, including, but not limited to, cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco, snuff, chewing tobacco or dipping tobacco or dipping tobacco, as well as personal vaporizers, e-cigarettes, vaping liquid, e-liquid, e- Page 16 juice and/or other devices or products creating vapor and/or aerosol for recreational inhalation.
“Vending Machines”. Any mechanical, electric or electronic self-serve device which, upon insertion of money, tokens, or any other form of payment, dispenses tobacco products. (Ord. 94-1)
SECTION 23: AMENDMENT “22.20.140 TRESPASS AND ENTRY”
SECTION 24: AMENDMENT “22.28.040 TRANSPORTING OR POSSESSING IN MOTOR VEHICLE WITH INTENT TO FURNISH TO MINOR” of the Mountain View Municipal Code 2 is hereby amended as follows:
A M E N D M E N T
22.28.040 TRANSPORTING OR POSSESSING IN MOTOR VEHICLE WITH INTENT TO FURNISH TO MINOR
A. No person over the age of twenty-one (21) shall transport, or have in his possession or control any alcoholic liquor or malt beverage with the intent of furnishing the same to any person under the age of twenty-one (21) years while operating or occupying a motor vehicle. (Ord. 88-3)
SECTION 25: AMENDMENT “24.04.020 CRUELTY TO ANIMALS”
SECTION 26: AMENDMENT “24.04.140 ANIMAL EXCREMENT” of the Mountain View Municipal Code 2 is hereby amended as follows:
A M E N D M E N T
24.04.140 ANIMAL EXCREMENT
It shall be unlawful for any animal owner to encourage, permit, allow or fail to prevent an animal under their control from defecating on property, public or private, not under the control of the animal owner, without removing said excrement promptly. Any person convicted of a violation of this section shall be fined fifty dollars ($50.00) for the first offense and a minimum of one hundred ($100.00) for each additional offense. (Ord. 2005-5)
SECTION 27: AMENDMENT “26.08.030 AUTHORITY OF POLICE AND FIRE DEPARTMENT OFFICIALS-GENERALLY”
SECTION 28: AMENDMENT “26.08.110 PENALTY”
SECTION 29: AMENDMENT “26.12.010 REGISTRATION AND LICENSE PLATES”
SECTION 30: AMENDMENT “26.12.030 DRIVING WHILE LICENSE CANCELLED, SUSPENDED OR REVOKED”
SECTION 31: AMENDMENT “26.20.060 DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE”
SECTION 32: AMENDMENT “26.12.060 OPERATING A MOTOR VEHICLE WITHOUT INSURANCE”
SECTION 33: AMENDMENT “26.20.070 YOUTHFUL DRIVER WITH DETECTABLE ALCOHOL CONCENTRATION”
Passed and approved on First reading September 7, 2021
Public Hearing September 21, 2021
Passed and approved on Second reading September 21, 2021
Passed and approved on Third and Final Reading October 5, 2021
Mayor Bryan Ayres
Attest: Penny Robbins, Town Clerk
PUBLISHED: Jan. 25, 2022 22017

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