11/22/2019 Bridger Valley Pioneer legal notices


PUBLIC NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that Keith Scott has applied for a Land Use District Change (Zone Change) for a tract of land in Section 13, T15N, R115W.  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 4 lot residential subdivision entitled the Scott Subdivision. 

A public hearing on this matter will be held before the Uinta County Planning and Zoning Commission on Wednesday, December 4, 2019 at approximately 7:00 p.m. in the Mountain View Town Hall, Mountain View, Wyoming.

PUBLISH: Nov. 22, 29, 2019    19202

 

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

The Town of Lyman Planning and Zoning is having a public hearing on December 4, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. in the conference room for a variance request from Greg White.  Mr.  White is asking for a 2ft variance on his property 621 Davis Court.

PUBLISH: Nov. 22, 2019          19199

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STATE OF WYOMING )                        IN THE DISTRICT COURT

                         )ss.                 THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT

COUNTY OF UINTA     )                       Civil Action Case No. AD 19-87   

                        )

Plaintiff/Petitioner: Paige Sorenson )

vs.

Defendant/Respondent: Jasmine Wilson )

NOTICE OF PUBLICATION

 NOTICE TO JASMINE WILSON, DEFENDANT/RESPONDENT

DEFENDANT/RESPONDENT’S CURRENT ADDRESS: 210 W Canal St., Lyman, WY 82937.

You are notified that a Complaint for Divorce, Civil Action No. AD 19-87, has been filed in the Wyoming District Court for the Third Judicial District, whose address is 225 9th Street Evanston, WY 82930, seeking dissolution of your marriage to Paige Sorensen, in his/her favor.

Unless you file an Answer or otherwise respond to the Complaint or Petition referenced above within 30 days following the last date of publication of this notice, a Default Judgment will be taken against you and a Decree of Divorce will be granted.

DATED this 8 day of November, 2019

                                                BY CLERK OF COURT:

                                                Kerri Wright                                                                                        Deputy Clerk of District Court

PUBLISH: Nov. 15, 22, 29, Dec. 6, 2019          19196

 

PUBLICATION OF WARRANTS

Pursuant to Chapter 3, Section 21-3-110(a)(ii) of Wyoming Education Code, following are warrants over $500.00 issued by Uinta County School District No. Four, Mountain View, Wyoming, for the month of November 2019:

57368 ACE RECYCLING & DISPOSAL, $1,932.28; 57375 BENEDICT TRADING CO, $1,840.51; 57376 BRIDGER VALLEY ELECTRIC ASSOC, $13,564.84; 57383 COVOLO AUTO FARM SERVICE, $1,441.24; 57384 CUMMINS SALES AND SERVICE, $770.00; 57385 DISABILITY:IN UINTA COUNTY, $2,055.00; 57386 DOMINION ENERGY, $4,995.05; 57387 FIRST BANKCARD, $6,308.99; 57388 FORT BRIDGER CASH STORE, $6,461.87; 57389 FRAUGHTON, CORKY, $928.00; 57390 GECRB/AMAZON, $7,765.19; 57391 GRAINGER, $912.59; 57393 INTERMOUNTAIN JOBBERS, $1,118.05; 57397 LAWSON PRODUCTS INC, $1,703.23; 57405 MOUNTAINLAND SUPPLY COMPANY, $1,239.08; 57413 PETTY CASH/ACTIVITY DIRECTOR, $3,749.00; 57414 PINE COVE CONSULTING, $9,548.90; 57416 POMMER, MARK, $3,144.76; 57418 PREMIER TRUCK GROUP, $935.81; 57420 REAL KLEEN JANITORIAL, $2,892.96; 57421 ROSENTHAL & ROSENTHAL SOUTHEAST, $661.45; 57422 ROSETTA STONE LTD, $3,927.00; 57423 RUDY, BONNIE L., $11,169.00; 57427 SHI, $2,380.70; 57428 SMATHERS, JENNIFER N, $1,620.00; 57432 TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW, $10,413.59; 57434 UNION TELEPHONE COMPANY, $1,709.15; 57444 WYO MUSIC ED ASSN, $551.00; 2134 BRIDGER VALLEY ELECTRIC ASSOC, $593.19; 2136 TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW, $787.51; 2137 UNION TELEPHONE COMPANY, $2,068.36; 2371 BENEDICT TRADING CO, $712.14; 2373 FIRST BANKCARD, $911.11; 2374 GECRB/AMAZON, $1,455.44; 2375 HYPESOCKS, LLC, $1,042.50; 2376 INSTRUCTIONAL INTENSITY, INC, $1,750.00; 2380 VARSITY INK, LLC, $786.00; 2436 BENEDICT TRADING CO, $7,665.29; 2438 FB MCFADDEN WHOLESALE COMPANY, $995.50; 2440 MEADOW GOLD DAIRIES SLC, $3,064.89; 2442 NICHOLAS & COMPANY, $15,453.77; 2443 UINTA COUNTY SCHL DIST #4/PAYROLL, $16,294.71; 1352 BEACON METALS, INC, $8,835.71; 1349 CONWEST, INC, $2,706.00; 1350 RICHINS WELDING AND ROUSTABOUT, $1,060.00; 1347 VARRIN LESTER WELDING & DRILLING INC, $3,114.00; 1568 UINTA COUNTY SCHL DIST #4/PAYROLL, $3,325.86; 6125 BENEDICT TRADING CO, $1,120.18; 6127 FIRST BANKCARD, $3,411.79; 6128 GECRB/AMAZON, $534.48; 6130 HUDL, $1,500.00; 6133 LIBERTY FUNDRAISING, SALES, INC, $1,498.20; 6134 MACBEATH HARDWOOD COMPANY, $2,571.75; 6138 SILVER STITCH EMBROIDERY LLC, $792.00; 6139 SPORTSCOPE, $3,349.00; 6141 VARSITY INK, LLC, $617.50; 6143 WALK, NATALIE, $629.50; 6142 WAL-MART COMMUNITY, $803.44; 6144 WIND RIVER VENDING, $657.44; 6145 WYO HS ACTIVITIES ASSN, $1,480.00; 6146 ZOOM ID, $617.00.

I, Kelly Q. Carpenter, Treasurer, Uinta County School District #4, Mountain View, Wyoming, do hereby certify the foregoing to be correct.

/s/ Kelly Q. Carpenter

Uinta County School District #4

Mountain View, Wyoming

PUBLISH: November 22, 2019 19197

 

TOWN OF LYMAN WYOMING

Minutes of the Business Meeting held October 17, 2019

Present were Mayor Berg, Councilmembers Andy Spray, Dallas Sill, Shane Hooton and Tansy Shelton, Clerk Lisa Bradshaw, Public Works Director Jared Crane, Police Chief Kathy Adams and Attorney Thayne Peterson. 

Councilman Spray made a motion to approve the agenda, second by Councilman Hooton, motion carried unanimously.

Councilman Sill made a motion to approve the minutes of the October 3, 2019 work and business meetings, second by Councilwoman Shelton, motion carried unanimously.

Mayor Berg opened the public hearing for Ordinance No. 2019-09.  No public comment. Public hearing was closed.

Ordinance No. 2019-09 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE UTILITY LINE AND FIXTURE PERMITTING REQUIREMENTS  Councilman Spray made a motion to table Ordinance No. 2019-09 on the second reading, second by Councilwoman Shelton, motion carried unanimously.

Ordinance No. 2019-10 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE RULES GOVERNING THE REVOCATION OF BUSINESS LICENSES TO ALLOW THE SWIFT RESPONSE TO IMMEDIATE CONCERNS.  Councilwoman Shelton made a motion to approve Ordinance No. 2019-10 on the first reading, second by Councilman Hooton, motion carried unanimously.

Ordinance No. 2019-11 AN ORDINANCE CLARIFYING WATER USER’S REQUIREMENTS TO REPLACE WATER METERS AND AUTHORIZING POLICIES BY RESOLUTION.  Councilman Hooton made a motion to approve Ordinance No. 2019-11 on the first reading, second by Councilman Spray, motion carried unanimously.

Councilman Sill made a motion to approve the following bills: Airgas – cylinder rental $54.26, Benedict Trading Company – charges for Sept $462.77, Blue Cross Blue Shield – health insurance $16,161.52, Bradshaw Home & Glass – supplies $3,490.23, Brenntag – chemicals $1,532.84, BVEA – utilities $9,557.16, BVJP – water purchased $34,481.56, Bridger Valley Motors – tires $1,757.40, Bridger Valley Pioneer – advertising $76.80, Carrier Corp. – HVAC work $1,905.12, Caselle – software support $780.00, Covolo-Auto Farm Service – monthly charges $323.28, First Bankcard – credit card charges $1,790.02, Hach Company – supplies $636.63, Reladyne West – gas and diesel $2,220.74, Ricoh USA – copier lease/maintenance $52.20, Fagnant, Lewis, & Brinda P.A. – F-66 report $1,850.00, Mountainland Supply – supplies $745.06, Pacific Steel & Recycling – supplies $964.83, Pine Cove Consulting – server protection $378.68,  Skaggs Company – uniforms $851.04, Union Telephone – telephone bill $1,235.42,

Uinta County Clerk – 1st quarter dispatch fees $5,545.30, Wyoming Waste Service – trash service $195.46, One-Call of Wyoming – tickets for September $37.50, Power Engineering – monthly charges $125.00,  second by Councilwoman Spray, motion carried unanimously.  

Councilwoman Shelton made a motion to adjourn, second by Councilman Spray, motion carried unanimously.

Lisa Bradshaw, Clerk                              

Bronson Berg, Mayor  

PUBLISH: November 22, 2019 19198

 

PUBLIC NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that Stacey Henstra has applied for a Conditional Use Permit to allow a commercial operation, specifically a Commercial Kitchen to operate in a Residential Land Use District.  More specifically Block 1 Lot 2 of the Bob Kat Subdivision with a physical address of 140 Main Street, Fort Bridger, (Millburne) Wyoming.

A public hearing on this application will be held before the Uinta County Planning and Zoning Commission on Wednesday, December 4, 2019 at approximately 7:00 p.m. in the Mountain View Town Hall, Mountain View, Wyoming.   If you have questions or concerns, you are encouraged to attend this hearing.  Additional information may be obtained from the Uinta County Planning Office at 307-783-0318.

PUBLISH: Nov. 22, 29, 2019    19201

 

Town of Mountain View, Wyoming

ORDINANCE 2019-4

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND REPLACING SECTION 13-6-12 OF THE TOWN CODE PARKING – SNOW REMOVAL. SAID ORDINANCE PROHIBITING PARKED VEHICLES, TRAILERS OR OTHER PROPERTY ON PUBLIC STREETS SO AS TO IMPEDE TRAFFIC, PREVENT SNOW REMOVAL, STREET SWEEPING, STREET MAINTENANCE OR CREATE A TRAFFIC HAZARD; MAKING IT A MISDEMEANOR TO NOT REMOVE PLOWED IN VEHICLES; AUTHORIZING THE POLICE TO ISSUE CITIATIONS OR HAVE ILLEGALLY PARKED VEHICLES TOWED; MAKING IT A MISDEMEANOR TO PUT SNOW FROM PRIVATE PROPERTY ONTO PUBLIC STREETS.   

WHEREAS, the Town of Mountain View has codified Parking and Snow Removal Regulations, which are specified in Ordinance 93-1 and in §13-6-12 of the Town Code;

WHEREAS, since the adoption of the parking and snow removal regulations, difficulties and questions have arisen in defining certain terms and requirements;

WHEREAS, revising and replacing §13-6-12 of the Town Code would be beneficial to the public;

WHEREAS, it is in the best interests of the Citizens of Mountain View to have a clearly stated and uniformly applied ordinance regarding parking and snow removal; and

NOW THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW, WYOMING, THAT:

Section One.   Section 13-6-12 of the Town Code should be amended and replaced in its entirety as follows:

Parking and Snow Removal.

Section One: Definitions:                                                                           

The following words, terms and phrases, when used in this ordinance shall have the meanings.

Impeding or Interfering:   To delay or prevent (someone or something) by obstructing them; hinder.

Temporary Park:   Cars and pickups has to be relocated at least daily.  

Livestock trailer:   A trailer designed for hauling/transporting livestock.

Bus:  A motorized vehicle designed to transport more than 16 persons.

Vehicle:   Any motorized or non-motorized vehicle including, but not limited to: cars, pickups, vans motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles (ATV), motorized recreation vehicles, buses, trailers and non-motorized recreational vehicles.

Public Street:    The entire width between the boundary lines of every public right-of way (8 feet back of curb). 

Commercial trailer:   A trailer designed and used by a commercial business.

Trailer:   A non-motorized vehicle that can be towed by a motorized vehicle.

Recreational vehicle:   A motorized or a non-motorized vehicle which can be driven or towed by a motorized vehicle, which is primarily designed for temporary living accommodations for recreational use.

Storage:  Putting something away for use at a later time.

13-6-12: Parking.      

Section Two:  Interfering or Impeding snow removal, street sweeping or street maintenance prohibited: It shall be a misdemeanor, within the Town of Mountain View, for the owner of any type of personal property, to park or store said personal property on a public street so as to prevent necessary snow removal, street sweeping, or maintenance and/or create a hazard to vehicle or pedestrian traffic, determined by a Town official. The owner may temporary park a car or a pickup on the street so as not to interfere or impede snow removal, street sweeping or street maintenance. It shall be unlawful for any person to park, place or let stand any personal property on the street. For purposes of this ordinance personal property shall be deemed to include, but not limited to cars or pickups, travel trailers, livestock trailers, buses, motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles, utility trailers, over snow vehicles, recreational vehicles, boats, unlicensed cars or trucks, basketball equipment or any other thing that may not be parked stored or left on Town streets. No parking of commercial trucks or trailers on public streets.

Section Three: Hang tags will used to request the owner to move the vehicle or personal property from the street. 

Section Four: Removal of “plowed in vehicles” Required: For the purposes of this ordinance, it shall be the duty of the owner of any vehicle or property that is on a public street while the Town is removing snow from that street and therefore causes the snow plow to go around and said vehicle or property is thereby surrounded by snow, or “plowed in”, to remove said vehicle or property from the street. Failure to remove a plowed in vehicle or property shall be deemed to impede or interfere with traffic and disrupt or prevent snow removal as in Section 1, above and shall therefor be a misdemeanor.

Section Five: Authority of Police to have vehicles removed and/or cite: In the event a vehicle or other personal property is parked or stored on a public street within Mountain View and is found to be in violation of Section 2 or 4 above, the Mountain View Police Department, or other duly authorized law enforcement officers, or Town official in their sole discretion,  are authorized to the following:

  1. a) Make every reasonable effort to contact the owner or person using said vehicle or property and require that it be moved in a time frame appropriate to the situation;
  2. b) If, after being notified to remove a vehicle or property from a public street, the person notified fails to do so, the officer may issue a citation, have it towed or removed for violation of this ordinance, with each day of non-compliance being deemed a separate offense. Each vehicle or piece of property being deemed a separate offence;
  3. c) If, after being notified, removed, or towed cause the vehicle or property to be impounded. The owner or person in control of any vehicle or property that is removed and impounded, shall be required to pay all towing, removal, storage and impound fees;
  4. d) If after every reasonable effort to contact the owner or person in control of an illegally parked vehicle or property has failed and the officer believes that a hazard to vehicle or pedestrian traffic is being created by said illegal vehicle or property, the officer may cause the same to be removed and impounded for safe keeping, without notice. The owner or person in control of any vehicle or property that is removed and impounded for safety reasons shall be responsible for all costs associated with the towing, removal, storage and impounding. The officer which causes a vehicle or property to be removed for safety reasons shall continue to make reasonable efforts to notify the owner or person in control as soon as possible.

Section Six: Moving snow from private to public property prohibited: It shall be a misdemeanor for any owner or occupant of property with in the Town of Mountain View, any employee or contractor of said owner or occupant, to push or throw snow from private property onto any public street or sidewalk, if, in the opinion of the police department or Town official said snow creates a hazard to traffic using the street or sidewalk. Upon the first violation of this section the police shall issue a warning citation to the person responsible. Upon the second violation, a citation may be issued.

       Section Seven:   Penalties:   Any person who violates this section is guilty of a misdemeanor. Each day continuing violation occurs shall be deemed a separate offense.  Each vehicle or property shall be deemed a separate offense. 

1st offense. $135.00 fine;

2nd offense $235.00 fine;

3rd offense.  Must appear with a possible $750.00 max fine.

Section Two.  Section 13-6-12 is hereby adopted by the Town of Mountain View and applicable and enforceable therein. 

Section Three.  Repealer.

Any Ordinance, regulation or policy of the Town of Mountain View that is found to be in conflict with the terms and conditions of the above adopted “Parking and Snow Removal," is hereby repealed to the extent of that conflict.   

PASSED AND APPROVED ON FIRST READING THIS THE 15th DAY OF OCTOBER, 2019.

PUBLIC HEARING THE 5th DAY OF NOVEMBER.

PASSED AND APPROVED ON SECOND READING THIS THE 5th DAY OF NOVEMBER, 2019.

PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED ON THIRD AND FINAL READING THIS THE 19th DAY OF NOVEMBER, 2019, AND BE IT THEREFORE ORDAINED TO BE IN FULL FORCE AND AFFECT.

PUBLISHED, NOVEMBER 22, 2019

Mayor Scott Dellinger

Penny Robbins, Town Clerk

PUBLISH: Nov. 22, 2019          19203

 

 

 

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