11-3-2023 Bridger Valley Pioneer Legals
CATEGORICAL EXCLUSION DETERMINATION
For the Bridger Valley Joint Powers Board, 500,000 Storage Tank Project
Uinta County, Wyoming
The Department of Environmental Quality/Water Quality Division (DEQ) has conducted a review of the proposed BVJPB 500,000 Storage Tank Project in accordance with EPA and State of Wyoming procedures for implementing the State Environmental Review Process. DEQ has determined that this project is eligible for a categorical exclusion. Accordingly, DEQ is exempting the project from further substantive environmental review requirements under the State Environmental Review Process. Neither an Environmental Assessment/Finding of No Significant Impact nor an Environmental Impact Statement/Record of Decision will be required for the proposed action. The following is a brief description of the situation and the proposed action and a brief statement of how the action meets the criteria for a categorical exclusion.
The new 500,000 gallon tank will replace a dilapidated tank that was discussed in the Bridger Valley Regional Water Master Plan of 2021. This project will construct a new tank and allow the other tank to be decommissioned. The old tank is in poor condition and not sure how long the tank will last. The total project cost is approximately $1,402,828.00. Proposed funding for the project consists of the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Loan of $701,414.00 and Wyoming Water Development Commission Funds of $701,414.00. The terms of the Proposed SRF loan is 20 years at 1.5% interest with an anticipated 25% principal forgiveness. With the 25% principal forgiveness the anticipated loan amount is $526,060.50. There is a 0.5% Loan Origination Fee. Loan costs will be repaid by current water user fees.
The Bridger Valley Joint Powers Board is aware of and accepts the fact that they will be responsible for any required mitigative actions associated with and including storm water runoff, erosion control, archeological/historic artifacts, and air quality concerns. These will be part of the standard State Revolving Funds Program contract conditions.
DEQ is granting an exclusion because this project replaces existing infrastructure. This project will be completely constructed in previously disturbed ground, specifically ground disturbed by previously installed water tank. DEQ has determined that exempting the proposed project from further review under the State Environmental Review Process will not result in adverse impacts to the population or the area of the Bridger Valley Joint Powers Board, Uinta County, Wyoming.
The documentation to support this decision will be on file in the DEQ Cheyenne Office and is available for public scrutiny upon request. Comments concerning this decision may be addressed to Shawn King, SRF Project Manager, Department of Environmental Quality, 200 W. 17th St. Suite 200, Cheyenne, WY 82002, Tel (307) 777-6941, FAX (307) 635-1784, email:
PUBLISHED: Nov. 3, 2023 23167
REGULAR MEETING MINUTES
October 3, 2023 at 7:02 PM
Town Hall – 405 HWY 414, Mountain View, WY 82939
Mayor Bryan Ayres led the Pledge of Allegiance.
The October 3, 2023 Mountain View Town Council meeting was called to order at 7:02 pm by Mayor, Bryan Ayres. Those present were, council members, Jamy Ferrin, Tori Carter and Kelly Bonner, Clerk, Penny Robbins, and Jake Porter.
Motion by Tori Carter, second by Jamy Ferrin to approve the agenda, motion carried
Motion by Jamy Ferrin, second by Tori Carter to approve the September 19, 2023 meeting minutes; motion carried.
Motion by Kelly Bonner, second by Tori Carter to accept the bid of $5555.00 from T.J. Riffer for the 2016 Dodge Charger, motion carried
Mayor Bryan Ayres administered the Oath of Office to Officer, Mark Erramouspe.
Motion by Tori Carter, second by Jamy Ferrin, to approve the following bills; Bridgerland Carquest, Vehicle Supplies, $216.29, Business Solutions Group, Office Supplies, $71.57, Dominion Energy, Gas Service, $40.87, Marc, Weed Control, $272.09, William Leaders, Credit Refund, $189.71, Smith Psychological Services, PD Screening, $400.00, Tegeler & Associates, Insurance Renewal, $17713.00, Union Telephone Co, Phone & Internet Service, $1069.42, Norman Thurst, Utility Deposit Refund, $101.95, WEX Bank, Fuel, $600.08, WY State Lands & Investments, CWSRF Loan Payment, $86598.62; motion carried.
Jayse Schultz, Garrett Short, Coby Jones and Paxton Walker of the MVHS government class were in attendance.
There being no other business the meeting was adjourned at 7:06 pm.
Bryan Ayres, Mayor
Penny Robbins, Town Clerk
PUBLISHED: Oct. 27, 2023 23166
NOTICE OF ACCEPTANCE
AND FINAL SETTLEMENT
LYMAN MAIN STREET WATER PROJECT
TOWN OF LYMAN
NOTICE IS HEREBY PUBLISHED that the Town of Lyman has accepted as completed all work on the Lyman Main Street Water Project according to the plans, specifications and rules set forth between the Town of Lyman and CME Enterprises LLC, 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 September 29th, 2023 and the date of final settlement will be after November 9th, 2023 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: Sept. 29, Oct. 20, Nov. 3, 2023 23148