Notice is hereby given that Barry Bluemel has applied for a Subdivision Permit located in Section 15, T15N, R114W, 6th P.M., Uinta County, Wyoming. A public hearing on this application will be held before the Uinta County Planning and Zoning Commission at 7:00 pm, Wednesday, August 26 in the Commission Chambers of the Uinta County Complex, 225 9th Street Evanston, Wyoming.
PUBLISHED: August 14, 21, 2020 20144
Notice is hereby given that Karl and Deanna Behunin have applied for a Land Use District Change (Zone Change) and Subdivision Permit for a tract of land in 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 lot Residential subdivision entitled the Karl Behunin Subdivision.
A public hearing on this matter will be held before the Uinta County Planning and Zoning Commission on Wednesday, August 26, at approximately 7:00 p.m. in the Commission Chambers of the Uinta County Complex, Evanston, Wyoming.
PUBLISHED: August 14, 21, 2020 20142
NOTICE OF ACCEPTANCE AND FINAL SETTLEMENT
LYMAN STREETS 2020
TOWN OF LYMAN
NOTICE IS HEREBY PUBLISHED that the Town of Lyman has accepted as completed all work on the Lyman Streets 2020 Project according to the plans, specifications and rules set forth between the Town of Lyman and Consolidated Paving & Concrete the Contractor is entitled to settlement thereof.
Final payment will be made after the completion of publication of this Notice. The date of first publication is August 14th, 2020 and the date of final settlement will be after October 1st, 2020 and when all punch list items are complete.
Any claim or claims for work or labor due, or for materials or supplies furnished, must be accordingly filed with the Town of Lyman prior to the above published date of final settlement.
Town of Lyman
P.O. Box 300
Lyman, WY 82937
PUBLISHED: August 14, Sept. 4, 25, 2020 20145
UCSD #6 School Board meeting is 8/18/2020, work session is at 7 pm and the meeting will begin at 8 pm.
The meeting ONLY will be on Facebook live, however public comments will be closed on the live session, so it will be for listening and watching purposes only.
We asked that if you have a public comment you attend the meeting. If you choose to do so, please check in using the temperature kiosk located between the double doors, also log your name and temperature on the sign in sheet located at the front desk. If your temperature is not normal we asked that you NOT enter the building. Please practice social distancing the best you can, use the hand sanitizer located at the front desk, and we encourage you to bring a mask in case the capacity makes it difficult for the social distancing requirements to be met. Once we have reached the maximum capacity of fifty people no more attendees will be allowed, so we can keep in compliance with the current required county guidelines. Thank you for your patience as this is a new situation for everyone involved.
PUBLISHED: August 14, 2020 20140
TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW
July 21, 2020 7:00 P.M.
The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Mayor Scott Dellinger.
The July 21, 2020 Mountain View Town Council meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Scott Dellinger. Those present were Council President, Gina Tims, council member Tori Carter, Jake Porter and Bryan Ayres, Clerk, Penny Robbins, Deputy Clerk, Amanda Fraughton and Katie Johnson, Public Works Director, Rick Guild with Gary Hutchinson, Interim Chief Trevor Rasmussen, Officer Alan Kiefer and Attorney Farrah Spencer.
Motion by Bryan Ayres, second by Gina Tims to approve the agenda with adding the approval for adding a cover for the sewer pond and looking into the options for shipping and handling moving Concerned Citizens Committee agenda item below the bills; motion carried.
Motion by Gina Tims, second by Jake Porter to approve the June 16, 2020 minutes; motion carried.
Oath of Office for Allen Vanwagoner presented by Mayor, Scott Dellinger.
Penny Robbins addressed the budget publication and that she spoke with Kathy Lenz, Town Attorney Farrah Spencer, WAM Attorney Mark Harris and the Department of Audit to validate that the Town of Mountain View has been correctly following state statue 15-2-201. The citizens of Mountain View noted that they would like the budget to be published before it was passed by the council. Farrah Spencer warned against making this a town ordinance and that it is best to follow state statute. Mayor Scott Dellinger suggested publishing more information prior to the public hearing of the annual budget.
Gary Hutchinson addressed a personal meeting he had with Kelly Bonner to recommend researching original Joint Powers rate structure to better understand present rate structures. The best source for doing this is Uinta Engineering. Assumptions were made on the part of Kelly Bonner as reported at a Concerned Citizens Committee meeting concerning: 1. Gary’s fear of Mayor Scott Dellinger and Public Works Director, Rick Guild
2. Maintenance procedures on the water systems
Gary stated that he is not afraid of Mayor Scott Dellinger or Rick Guild and that he did not sneak into Kelly Bonners backyard to avoid being seen. Gary went to the backyard to find Kelly where he last seen her from the road, not to avoid being seen. Addressing the assumption that there is no maintenance program, Gary was referring to exercising hydrants and main valves. Other maintenance procedures discussed at the committee meeting are not valid due to being cost prohibitive necessitating having to wait for infrastructure failure. Gary then recommended that anyone with questions talk with Rick Guild to better understand distribution maintenance.
Motion by Bryan Ayres, second by Tori Carter to enter in to contract with Amanda Kirby as prosecuting attorney on a need to know basis; motion carried.
Motion by Jake Porter, second by Gina Tims for BV Chamber of Commerce movies in the park to have road closures on July 23rd, August 6th and August 20th; motion carried.
Motion by Tori Carter, second by Gina Tims to pay the following bills; Brenntag Pacific, Chemicals, $1359.50, Bridger Land Carquest, Maintenance & Repairs, $163.34, First Bankcard, Maintenance & Repairs, $2323.46, International Institute of Municipalities, Annual Dues, $465.00, Matthew Bender & CO., Inc., WY Stats Supply & Index, $181.31, Miscellaneous, Cut Permit Refund & Pre-employee Psych Evaluation, $1330.00, Quadient Inc., Ink Cartridge, $97.01, One Call of Wyoming, Tickets, $26.25, Rees Auto Services, Vehicle Repair & Maintenance, $180.00, Ricoh USA, INC, Copier Lease, Office Equipment, Copies, $225.19, Scott’s Auto Body & Glass, Vehicle & Repair, $ 292.65, Secretary of State, Notary Application, $30.00, Sweetwater County Weed & Pest, Water Refund, $35.34, Wyo-Star, Meter Replacement Fee Deposit, $882.14; motion carried.
In other business the Concerned Citizens of Mountain View were in attendance and brought up the following:
• Jenny Harvey, Bill Forbes and Kelly Bonner will be the persons of contact for the committee
• 33 members attended the meeting they held on Wednesday, July 15, 2020 at the Town Pavillion
• Turning the water lines and connections back over to Bridger Valley Joint Powers
• Confirmation that drilling into the collapsed well will not work
• Fundraisers to raise money to put into the water funds to get it back to where it needs to be
• Removing the Meter Replacement Fee from the bills
• Addressing the 6 Penny and the projects it would go towards and if it could be used to go towards the water and sewer funds to replenish them
• Water loss within the Town and the devices and procedures used to detect them; opening and closing valves, meters being sensitive to 100th of a gallon, replacement of main meters, adding back flows and strains
• Vac truck explanation on why and how it was bought, i.e. to replace the old one that was broken down and not have to rent one, to be more efficient in fixing water leaks, less manpower
• Paying for only what water is used, not a 2000 gallon water allotment
Mayor Scott Dellinger adjourned the meeting at 9:01 p.m.
Scott Dellinger Mayor
Penny Robbins, Town Clerk
PUBLISHED: August 14, 2020 20139