08-13-2021 Bridger Valley Pioneer Legals


PUBLIC NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that Aaron & Lyndee Johnson and Troy & Lisa Bradshaw have applied for a Subdivision Permit to subdivide a parcel in the E ½ NE ¼ Section 16, T15N, R114W of the 6th P.M., Uinta County, Wyoming into a new five-lot ARD subdivision entitled the A & L Subdivision. A public hearing on this matter will be held before the Uinta County Planning and Zoning Commission at 7:00 pm, Wednesday, August 25, 2021 in the Mountain View Town Hall, Mountain View, Wyoming.
PUBLISHED: Aug. 13, 20, 2021 21158

ANNUAL PUBLIC NOTIFICATION OF NONDISCRIMINATION REGARDING CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION
Uinta County School District #4 does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability in admission to its programs, services, or activities, in access to them, in treatment of individuals, or in any aspect of their operations. Uinta County School District #4 Career and Technical Education department does not discriminate in enrollment or access to any of the programs available, including but not limited to: Computer Applications; Business Computer Applications; Computer Programming; Nursing; ; Restaurant, Food And Beverage Services—Comprehensive; Woodworking; Introduction To Agriculture And Natural Resources; Agriculture—Comprehensive; Animal Systems—Other; Particular Topics In Agribusiness; Agriculture Mechanics/Equipment/Structures; Agricultural Metal Fabrication Technology; Food Preparation And Health Management; Consumer Economics/Personal Finance; Home Environments And Design; Engineering Applications; PLTW Introduction To Engineering Design. The lack of English language skills shall not be a barrier to admission or participation in the activities and programs. The Uinta County School District #4 also does not discriminate in its hiring or employment practices.
This notice is provided as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Questions, complaints, or requests for additional information regarding these laws may be forwarded to the designated compliance coordinator, Superintendent Jeffrey M. Newton, 129 W. 2nd Street, Mountain View, Wyoming 82939, phone (307) 782-3377.
PUBLISHED: August 13, 2021 21151

ORDINANCE NO. 2021-06
AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF LYMAN, WYOMING AMENDING THE TOWN’S WEED ORDINANCES
WHEREAS, the Town of Lyman has a Ordinance prohibiting unkept lawns and weeds; and
WHEREAS, the Lyman Police Department has recommended that the Ordinance be amended to better identify that non-weed vegetation is also regulated.
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:
4-3-1: REMOVAL REQUIRED:
It shall be the duty of any owner, occupant or agent having control of any lot or premises to mow or otherwise destroy and remove weeds and/or excessive vegetation that may grow upon such lot or premises, as well as upon any parking space between such property and the street and upon that portion of any alley adjoining such premises.
4-3-2: NOTICE TO COMPLY:
It shall be the duty of the officer appointed by the Town to require compliance with this chapter. The owner, agent or occupant of any premises shall be held liable for such compliance, and if such person shall refuse or fail to destroy and remove any weeds and/or excessive vegetation upon any premises under his care and control, he shall be served with verbal or written notice requiring removal of such weeds and/or excessive vegetation within three (3) days from the receipt of such notice.
4-3-3: REMOVAL BY TOWN:
Upon failure to comply with any notice given pursuant to section 4-3-2 of this chapter, the Town may have such weeds and/or excessive vegetation destroyed and removed, charging the cost thereof as a special bill for refuse removal. Should such bill not be paid promptly, the same shall become a lien against such property and collectible as such
First Reading – July 1,2021
Second Reading – July 15, 2021
Public Hearing – July 15, 2021
Third Reading – August 5, 2021
Published – August 13, 2021
PASSED AND APPROVED BY THE COUNCIL THIS 5th day of August, 2021.
ATTEST: Mayor, Bronson Berg
Town Clerk, Lisa Bradshaw
PUBLISHED: August 13, 2021 21152

TOWN OF LYMAN WYOMING
Minutes of the Business Meeting held July 15, 2021
Those present were:
Mayor Berg
Councilmembers: Shane Hooton, Eric Quinney and Tansy Shelton
Clerk Lisa Bradshaw
Police Chief Kathy Adams
Public Works Director Jared Crane
Attorney Thayne Peterson
Councilwoman Shelton made a motion to approve the agenda as amended, second by Councilman Hooton, motion carried unanimously.
Councilman Quinney made a motion to approve the minutes of the July 1, 2021 business meeting and work session, second by Councilwoman Shelton, motion carried unanimously.
Mayor Berg opened the public hearing for Ordinance No. 2021-06. No public comments. Public hearing was closed.
Ordinance No. 2021-06 AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF LYMAN WYOMING AMENDING THE TOWN’S WEED ORDINANCE Councilman Hooton made a motion to approve Ordinance No. 2021-06 on the second reading, second by Councilman Quinney, motion carried unanimously.
Mayor Berg opened the public hearing for Ordinance No. 2021-07. No public comments. Public hearing was closed.
Ordinance No. 2021-07 AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF LYMAN, WYOMING ADOPTING THE STATE ANIMAL ABUSE STATUES AS A LYMAN ORDINANCE Councilwoman Shelton made a motion to approve Ordinance No. 2021-07 on the second reading, second by Councilman Hooton, motion carried unanimously.
Ordinance No. 2021-08 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF TEMPORARY OCCUPANCY PERMITS IN THE TOWN OF LYMAN, UINTA COUNTY, WYOMING Councilman Quinney made a motion to approve Ordinance No. 2021-08 on the first reading, second by Councilwoman Shelton, motion carried unanimously.
Councilman Hooton made a motion to approve a One Day Malt Beverage Permit and One Day Wine Permit for Lynda Camphouse on October 1, 2021 at the Heritage Barn, second by Councilwoman Shelton, motion carried unanimously.
Resolution # 20121-16 A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING WATER AND WASTEWATER RATES Councilman Hooton made a motion to approve Resolution # 2021-16 as amended, second by Councilwoman Shelton, motion carried unanimously.
Councilwoman Shelton made a motion to approve the following bills: Airgas – cylinder rental $57.86, Alsco – janitorial supplies $297.97, Benedict Trading Company – monthly charges $7.07, Benedict Ace Hardware – monthly charges $1,269.03, BCBS – employee benefits $16,160.87, Brenntag Pacific – chemicals $1,625.22, BVEA – utilities $8,830.21, BVJP – water purchased $39,607.34, Bridger Valley Motors – work on PD vehicle $247.45, Bridger Valley Pioneer – advertising $249.60, Bridgerland Carquest – supplies $12.30, Caselle – software support/maintenance $780.00, Century Equipment – supplies $327.60, Covolo-Auto Farm Service – monthly charges $186.07, Evanston Hospital – employees drug test $95.00, First Bankcard – credit card charges $2,714.85, Forsgren, - engineering $35,692.77, Ricoh USA – copier lease $45.41, Mountainland Supply – supplies $17.14, Real Kleen – janitorial supplies $71.25, Ridge Runner Concrete – concrete $728.00, Rocky Mountain Info. Network – membership fees $25.00, Uinta Appraisal Company – commercial land appraisal $1,000.00, Uinta County Circuit Court – CV 2020-0549 $193.64, Uinta County Treasurer – 2nd quarter jail fees $63.00, Union Telephone – phone charges $1,227.67, Wyoming Waste Service – trash service $233.94, WAMCAT – membership fees $195.00, Well Fargo Financial Leasing – copier lease $149.00, Wyoming.Com – domain renewal $20.00, One-Call of Wyoming – tickets for June $65.25, Rebecca Fagnant – credit balance refund $51.85, second by Councilman Hooton, motion carried unanimously.
Councilman Hooton made a motion to adjourn, second by Councilwoman Shelton, motion carried unanimously.
Lisa Bradshaw, Clerk
Bronson Berg, Mayor
PUBLISHED: August 13, 2021 21155

PUBLIC NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that William Jason Evans has applied for a Land Use District Change (Zone Change) and Subdivision Permit for a parcel of land in Lots 3&4, Section 19, T15N R114W. The application would allow a change from the Agricultural/ Resource/Development (ARD) Land Use District to the Residential (R) Land Use District for the development of a two (2) lot Residential subdivision entitled the Evans Subdivision.
A public hearing on this matter will be held before the Board of Uinta County Commissioners on Tuesday, August 17, 2021, at approximately 2:00 p.m. in the Commission Chambers of the Uinta County Complex, Evanston, Wyoming.
PUBLISHED: Aug. 6, 13, 2021 21150

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PUBLISHED: August 13, 20, 2021 21154

ORDINANCE NO. 2021-07
AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF LYMAN, WYOMING ADOPTING THE STATE ANIMAL ABUSE STATUTE AS A LYMAN ORDINANCE
WHEREAS, the Town of Lyman has a cruelty to animals Ordinance; and
WHEREAS, the Wyoming Legislature has recently updated the State’s statut7e concerning this matter; and
WHEREAS, the Town wishes to mirror the State statute, as much as is possible, in order to minimize confusion and apply uniform standards.
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:
5-3A-13: ANIMAL ABUSE:
A. Definitions: As used in this chapter, the following terms shall have the
meanings indicated:
“Costs of the animal’s impoundment” means all costs incurred by the impounding entity in providing necessary food and water, veterinary attention and treatment for any animal which is the subject of a violation of this Code.
“Household pet” means any privately owned dog, cat, rabbit, guinea pig, hamster, mouse, gerbil, ferret, bird, fish, reptile, amphibian, invertebrate or any other species of domesticated animal sold, transferred or retained for the purpose of being kept as a pet in or near a house. “Household pet” shall not include any livestock;
“Livestock” means horses, mules and asses, rabbits, llamas, cattle, swine, sheep, goats, poultry, or other animal generally used for food or in the production of food or fiber, working animals and guard animals actively engaged in the protection or management of livestock. Bison are considered livestock unless otherwise designated by the Wyoming livestock board and the Wyoming game and fish commission.
B. Animal abuse.
(1) A person commits animal abuse if the person:
(a) Knowingly overrides an animal or drives an animal when overloaded;
(b) Intentionally or knowingly, unnecessarily injures or beats an animal;
(c) Knowingly carries an animal in a manner that poses undue risk of injury or death;
(d) Has the charge and custody of any animal and under circumstances which manifest extreme indifference to the animal’s safety, health or life:
(i) Fails to provide it with proper food, drink or protection from the weather adequate for the species;
(ii) Abandons the animal. Relinquishment of an animal to a public or private animal shelter or like facility is not a violation of this subparagraph;
(iii) In the case of immediate, obvious, serious illness or injury to the animal, fails to provide the animal with appropriate care; or
(iv) Keeps any household pet in a manner that results in chronic or repeated serious physical harm to the household pet.
(e) Owns, possesses, keeps or trains fowls or dogs with the intent to allow the dog or fowl to engage in an exhibition of fighting with another dog or fowl;
(f) For gain causes or allows any dog to fight with another dog or any fowl to fight with another fowl;
(g) Promotes any dog or fowl fighting;
(h) Knowingly permits any act prohibited under paragraphs (a) through (g) of this subsection on any premises under the person’s charge or control.
C. Willful killing of domestic animals. No person in the town shall willfully kill, maim, or disfigure any horse, dog or other domestic animal or administer poison to any such animal, or expose any poisonous substance with the intent that it shall be taken by any such animal except in the exercise of a lawful business or in discharge of an official duty. This Ordinance shall not prevent the humane killing of a terminally injured or ill animal by law enforcement, animal control officer a veterinarian or owner of said animal.
D. Other Abuse Misdemeanors
(1) A person shall not destroy an animal by the use of a high‑altitude decompression chamber or a carbon monoxide gas chamber utilizing a gasoline engine.
(2) A person is guilty of a misdemeanor if he knowingly is present at any place where an exhibition of fighting of fowls or dogs is occurring for amusement or gain.
(3) A person is guilty of a misdemeanor if he keeps a household pet confined in conditions which constitute a public health hazard.
E. Exemptions
(1) Nothing in this Chapter may be construed to prohibit:
(a) A person humanely destroying an animal, including livestock;
(b) The use of industry accepted agricultural and livestock practices on livestock or another animal used in the practice of agriculture;
(c) Rodeo events, training for rodeo events or participating in rodeo events, whether the event is performed in a rodeo, fair, jackpot, agricultural exhibition or other similar event;
(d) The use of dogs in the management of livestock by the owner of the livestock, his employees or agents or other persons in lawful custody of the livestock;
(e) The use of dogs or raptors in hunting;
(f) The training of dogs or raptors or the use of equipment in the training of dogs or raptors for any purpose not prohibited by law;
(g) The hunting, capture, killing or destruction of any predatory animal, pest or other wildlife in any manner not otherwise prohibited by law.
F. Penalty.
(1) Any prohibited act under this Chapter is a misdemeanor punishable by imprisonment for not more than six (6) months, a fine of not more than seven hundred fifty dollars ($750.00), or both.
(2) Additionally, the Municipal Court Judge may order any or all of the following:
(a) If the defendant is the owner of the animal, require the defendant to forfeit ownership of the animal. This paragraph shall not affect the interest of any secured party or other person who has not participated in the offense;
(b) Require the defendant to pay all reasonable costs of the animal’s impoundment, if the animal has been impounded;
(c) Impose continuing prohibitions or limitations on the defendant’s ownership, possession or custody of any animal.
(3) Each animal affected by the defendant’s conduct may constitute a separate count for the purposes of prosecution, conviction, sentencing and penalties under this article.
First Reading - July 1, 2021
Second Reading – July 15, 2021
Public Hearing – July 15, 2021
Third Reading – August 5, 2021
Published – August 13, 2021
PASSED AND APPROVED BY THE COUNCIL THIS 5th day of August, 2021.
ATTEST: Mayor, Bronson Berg
Town Clerk, Lisa Bradshaw
PUBLISHED: August 13, 2021 21153

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