11-10-2023 Bridger Valley Pioneer Leglals

UINTA COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 6

PUBLICATION OF WARRANTS

Pursuant to Chapter 3, Section 21-3-110(A) of Wyoming Education Code, following are warrants over $500.00 approved by Uinta County School District #6, Lyman, Wyoming, OCTOBER 2023; 91,”INDUSTRIAL PIPING & WELDING, LLC”,118452.7; 186,BEACON METALS,2160; 187,FIRST BANK OF MT. VIEW,18142.97; 335,VISION SERVICE PLAN,1305.75; 338,VISION SERVICE PLAN,1490.95; 337,DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF WYOMING,11029.25; 334,DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF WYOMING,11985.7; 336,WSBAIT,139612.43; 339,WSBAIT,162165.04; 1077,FIRST BANKCARD,589.62; 1085,”RIGHT ON Q, INC.”,1000; 1070,AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES,1157.13; 1083,”NOVEL IDEAS, INC.”,1368.3; 1080,”INSTRUCTIONAL INTENSITY, INC.”,2500; 1078,GREAT MINDS PBC,3500; 1073,CAMBIUM LEARNING INC,3826.9; 1084,”PINE COVE CONSULTING, LLC”,9233.04; 1086,SCHOOL DIST#6 GENERAL FUND,32856.05; 8509,JOE’S MODERN CLEANER,515.24; 8505,HOOPS INC.,523.52; 8527,PREMIER TRUCK GROUP,524.96; 8492,E3 DIAGNOSTICS INC.,540.9; 8522,PARKER POE,601.04; 7472,NON-NEGOTIABLE,614.8; 7477,SCHOOL DIST#6SS,670.74; 8559,XEROX FINANCIAL SERVICES,679.65; 7478,SCHOOL DIST#6 PAYROLL TAXES,702.73; 8558,WYOMING WASTE SERVICE,768.39; 8520,NORCO,770.28; 8506,HOWIES ATHLETIC TAPE,1103.66; 8540,”STAGE ACCENTS INTERMEDIA, INC.”,1137.96; 8546,TYTAN ATHLETICS,1192.5; 8475,AROUND THE WORLD YOYO ENTERTAINMENT,1229.4; 8500,HEINEMANN,1242.55; 8510,KILMER’S BG DISTRIBUTING,1254; 8481,BRIDGER VALLEY PIONEER,1431.43; 7485,WYOMING RETIREMENT SYSTEM #2,1465.93; 8501,HENRY SCHEIN,1526.99; 8552,WESTAR PRINTING LLC,1534.7; 8487,”COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES, INC.”,1561; 8479,BENEDICT’S ACE HARDWARE,1566.03; 8554,WEX BANK -,1613.72; 7461,SCHOOL DIST #6 HOUSING,1630; 7467,The Lincoln National Life Inurance Compa,1768.61; 8478,BENEDICT TRADING COMPANY,1792.27; 7459,”NATIONAL BENEFIT SERVICES, LLC”,1802.51; 7466,THE HARTFORD,1805.29; 7471,WYOMING EDUCATIONAL ASSOC.,1920.91; 8512,LAWRENCE’S,1980.75; 8486,COAST TO COAST COMPUTER PRODUCTS,2139; 8489,”DENNIS J, KIRSTIN”,2265; 7486,WYOMING RETIREMENT SYSTEM,2365.17; 8547,UNION TELEPHONE COMPANY,2371.98; 7468,”TSA CONSULTING GROUP, INC”,2570; 8531,RENAISSANCE LEARNING,2598; 8545,TOWN OF LYMAN,2683.35; 8516,MACBEATH HARDWOOD COMPANY,2807.79; 8498,FLOYD’S TRUCK CENTER WY,3225.2; 7475,NON-NEGOTIABLE,4292.67; 8474,AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES,4424.1; 8490,DOMINION ENERGY,4540.94; 7470,WYO DEPT OF WORKFORCE SERVICES,4785.31; 8496,FIRST BANK OF MT. VIEW,5298.61; 8529,RED CASTLE PHYSICAL THERAPY LLC,5500; 8504,HILLTOP NATIONAL BANK,5726.29; 8517,”MENLO, INC.”,8824.47; 7458,GREAT-WEST TRUST COMPANY,8887; 8530,REGION V BOCES,9660; 8477,ATHLETIC AND ACTIVITIES SCHOOL DISTRICT,11123.64; 8495,FAST STOP STORES,15677.75; 8480,BRIDGER VALLEY ELECTRIC,20064.13; 7462,SCHOOL DIST#6MEDICARE,21792.84; 8497,FIRST BANKCARD,23662.99; 7465,SCHOOL DIST#6 PAYROLL TAXES,49693.87; 7463,SCHOOL DIST#6SS,93183.86; 7484,WYOMING RETIREMENT SYSTEM,132727.17; 7464,SCHOOL DIST#6 EMPLOYEE GROUP,164532.95; 571,NORCO,556.56; 568,FIRST BANKCARD,665.95; 567,C.E.M. SALES & SERVICE,5157.43; 572,SCHOOL DIST#6 GENERAL FUND,7842.34; 568,MEADOW GOLD DAIRIES SLC,2656.79; 569,NICHOLAS & COMPANY,20836.28; 570,SCHOOL DIST#6 GENERAL FUND,26403.45; 1246,SCHOOL DIST#6 SCHOOL LUNCH,730.45; 1235,BENEDICT TRADING COMPANY,755.37; 1240,INTER-STATE STUDIO & PUBLISHING CO.,786.5; 1248,”STAGE ACCENTS INTERMEDIA, INC.”,1020.24; 1241,LAWRENCE’S,1469; 1234,AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES,1762.71; 1252,UNIVERSAL ATHLETIC SERVICE,1875.2; 1242,LYMAN YOUTH FOOTBALL,2071.13; 1250,TCS FUNDRAISING ACTION,3091.11; 1237,FIRST BANKCARD,3702.47. 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: Nov. 10, 2023 23168

TOWN OF LYMAN WYOMING

Minutes of the Business Meeting

held October 19, 2023

Held at Lyman Town Hall, Council Chambers

The meeting was called to order by Mayor Hooton, present was Councilmember’s Gregg Moretti, Eric Quinney and Jimmy Bramlett.  Mayor Hooton and Councilman Berg were present via Zoom.

Clerk Lisa Bradshaw

Public Works Director Jared Crane

Councilman Moretti made a motion to approve the agenda as amended, second by Councilman Bramlett, motion carried unanimously.

Councilman Bramlett made a motion to approve the minutes of the October 5, 2023 Business Meeting and Work Session, second by Councilman Quinney, motion carried unanimously.

Mayor Hooton opened the Public Hearing for Ordinance No. 2023.  No public comments.  Public Hearing was closed.

Ordinance No. 2023-04 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE REQUIREMENTS OF CITIZENS TO REMOVE SNOW AND ICE ACCUMULATIONS Councilman Bramlett made a motion to approve Ordinance No. 2023 on the second reading, second by Councilman Quinney, motion carried unanimously.

Resolution # 2023-13 A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF LYMAN INCORPORATING THE TOWN’S ON-CALL COMPENSATION POLICY INTO THE EMPLOYEE MANUAL Councilman Moretti made a motion to take Resolution # 2023-13 off the table, second by Councilman Bramlett, Councilman Quinney made a motion to approve Resolution # 2023-13, second by Councilman Moretti, motion carried unanimously. 

Councilman Quinney made a motion to approve the following bills with the addition of 2 BV Fencing bills in the amount of $9,308.05 and $7,780.00: Airgas – cylinder rental $64.23, Alsco – janitorial supplies $371.53, Benedicts Market – monthly charges $37.97, Benedicts Ace Hardware – monthly charges $804.82, BCBS – insurance $16,604.07, Bridger Valley Pioneer – advertising $430.02, Bridger Valley Propane – propane for animal shelter $470.31, Caselle – software support/maintenance $904.00, Chemtech-Ford – samples $80.00, Codale – fuses $52.58, Energy Laboratories – water testing $2,781.00, First Bankcard – monthly credit card charges $1,316.20, Forsgren – engineering $16,272.81, Hach Company – chlorine $916.00, Ricoh – copier lease $45.41, Michelle Decker, Rowdy Martin, Tamera Crook and Shawn Sorenson –  $50.00 each for Planning & Zoning meeting total $200.00, Mountainland Supply – curb stop, insert for pipe and gasket $1,657.66, Mountain West – contract $30.00, Office Products Dealer – office supplies $220.68, The Printed Word – office supplies $31.50, USA Blue Book – supplies $1,031.85, Valley Supply – cat food for shelter $137.94, Wells Fargo Financial – copier lease $149.00, Westar Printing – signature stamp $42.00, Wilkinson Supply – lawnmower repair $1,891.65, One-Call of Wyoming – ticket for September $59.25,               Nola Bluemel – barn rental refund $250.00, Power engineering – progress billing $150.00,  second by Councilman Moretti, motion carried unanimously.

Councilman Bramlett made a motion to adjourn into Executive for personnel and contract negotiations, second by Councilman Quinney, motion carried unanimously.

Lisa Bradshaw, Clerk                               

Shane Hooton, Mayor

PUBLISHED: Nov. 10, 2023 23169            

ORDINANCE NO. 2023-04

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE REQUIREMENTS OF CITIZENS TO REMOVE SNOW AND ICE ACCUMULATIONS

WHEREAS, the Lyman Town Ordinances require citizens to keep the sidewalks and gutters adjacent to their properties free from accumulations of debris, ice and snow; and   

WHEREAS, there is an inconsistency between the requirements contained in Town Ordinances 8-2-1 and 8-1-11. 

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: 

8-2-1: DUTY TO CLEAN:

All persons shall keep the sidewalks and gutters in front of and adjacent to the tenements or ground owned, occupied or managed by them clear of ice, mud, dirt, rubbish, filth, leaves, plants, tree limbs, roots, vegetation or other obstructions. All trees, bushes, shrubs, and plants within the Town of Lyman shall be maintained by the landowners, occupiers or managers in such a manner as to prevent encroachment into the space above the said sidewalks. All owners, occupiers and managers shall edge their lawns in such a manner as to prevent vegetation from encroaching upon adjacent sidewalks. After any fall of snow, said persons shall cause the snow to be immediately removed from such sidewalks and gutters.

First Reading – October 5, 2023

Second Reading – October 19, 2023

Public Hearing – October 19,2023

Third Reading – November 2, 2023

Published- November 10, 2023

PASSED AND APPROVED BY THE COUNCIL THIS  2nd  day of November  2023.

ATTEST: Mayor, Shane Hooton

Town Clerk, Lisa Bradshaw

PUBLISHED: Nov. 10, 2023 23170