TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW
April 6, 2021 7:00 P.M.
The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Mayor, Bryan Ayres.
The April 6, 2021 Mountain View Town Council meeting was called to order at 7 pm by Gina Tims. Those present were, council members, Gina Tims, Tori Carter, Jenny Harvey, and Jamy Ferrin, Clerk Treasurer, Penny Robbins, Deputy Clerk, Amanda Fraughton, Rick Guild with Public Works, Chief of Police, Trevor Rasmussen, and Officer Alan Kiefer.
Motion by Tori Carter, second by Jenny Harvey to approve the agenda; motion carried.
Motion by Jenny Harvey, second by Tori Carter to approve the March 16, 2021 minutes; motion carried.
Motion by Tori Carter, second by Jenny Harvey to fill council seat vacancy with Jamy Ferrin; motion carried.
Oath of Office read by Jamy Ferrin.
Motion by Jamy Ferrin, second by Tori Carter to recess regular meeting at 7:02 pm for Liquor License Public Hearing; motion carried.
There being no comments from the public motion by Jenny Harvey, second by Jamy Ferrin to reconvene to regular meeting at 7:03 pm; motion carried.
Motion by Jamy Ferrin, second by Tori Carter to approve liquor license renewals for COWBOY BAR, BADLANDS SALOON, F&M LIQUOR, AND CRAZY ATE CAFÉ; motion carried.
Motion by Jamy Ferrin, second by Tori Carter to recess regular meeting at 7:07 pm for 2021-2 AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW, WYOMING ENACTING SECTION 26.04.010, MOTOR VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC, OF THE TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW MUNICIPAL CODE REGULATING THE OPERATION OF OFF-ROAD RECREATIONAL VEHICLES ON TOWN STREETS.
There being no comments from the public motion by Jenny Harvey, second by Jamy Ferrin to reconvene regular meeting at 7:11 pm; motion carried.
Motion by Motion by Jamy Ferrin, second by Tori Carter to approve ORDINANCE 2021-2 AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW, WYOMING ENACTING SECTION 26.04.010, MOTOR VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC, OF THE TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW MUNICIPAL CODE REGULATING THE OPERATION OF OFF-ROAD RECREATIONAL VEHICLES ON TOWN STREETS ON SECOND READING; motion carried.
Motion by Jamy Ferrin, second by Tori Carter for Brian Schultz to follow recommendations made by Planning & Zoning to be completed by July 5th 2021; motion carried.
Motion by Jamy Ferrin, second by Jenny Harvey to pay the following bills; Ace Recycling & Disposal, Trash service, $423.52, Ally, Truck Lease, $9615.03, APT US&C, Travel/Workshops, $499.00, Spencer Bates, Travel, $134.40, Benedict Trading Company, Supplies, $2.89, Benedicts Ace Hardware, Supplies, $728.14, Blacks Fork Timber, Repairs/Maintenance, $12.66, Bridger Valley Electric Association, Electric Service, $5446.97, Bridger Valley Joint Powers, Water, $22754.93, Bridger Valley Motor, Vehicle Maintenance, $390.00, Bridger Valley Pioneer, Publications & Advertising, $300.20, Chemtech-Ford, Water Analysis, $934.00, Covolo Auto-Farm Service, Vehicle Maintenance, $301.39, Dominion Energy, Gas Utility, $702.83, Fastenal, Maintenance/Repairs, $43.55, Hooton Tech LLC, Cameras, $2827.44, Amber McCreath, Utility Credit Refund, $10.00, Owen Equipment, Vehicle Maintenance/Repairs, $226.65, Randy’s Heating & AC, Building Maintenance, $692.80, Rees Auto, Vehicle Maintenance, $2921.10, Safety Supply & Sign Co. Inc., Safety, $190.96, Scott’s Auto Body & Glass, Vehicle Repair, $94.98, Semi Service Inc., Supplies, $160.05, Town of Mountain View, Water, $11.80, Union Telephone Company, Phone Service, $1424.68, USA Bluebook, Sewer Supplies, $126.50, Kristi Gossett, Water Deposit Refund, $75.57, Wetco Inc., Workshops, $935.20, Wex Bank, Fuel, $1254.74, Wyoming Association Rural Water Systems, Workshops, $343.00; motion carried.
There being no other business the meeting was adjourned at 7:13 pm.
Bryan Ayres, Mayor
Penny Robbins, Town Clerk
PUBLISHED: April 30, 2021 21072
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,S April 2021 129,SCHOOL DIST#6 GENERAL FUND,3100; 234,WSBAIT,123867.08; 235,VISION SERVICE PLAN,1493.49; 236,DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF WYOMING,9640.75; 237,DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF WYOMING,9640.75; 238,VISION SERVICE PLAN,1493.49; 239,WSBAIT,123867.08; 369,NORCO,1015.64; 370,SCHOOL DIST#6 GENERAL FUND,9850.32; 384,BENEDICT TRADING COMPANY,4233.73; 385,MEADOW GOLD DAIRIES SLC,2374.77; 386,NICHOLAS & COMPANY,16051.34; 387,SCHOOL DIST#6 GENERAL FUND,21397.13; 714,CLARY BUSINESS MACHINES,948; 717,FIRST BANKCARD,5935.11; 718,HEAPS, MORGAN TYLER,1437.5; 719,HORSLEY, STACI,1375; 720,REAL KLEEN JANITORIAL & REPAIR,983; 721,SCHOOL DIST#6 GENERAL FUND,20352.29; 768,ATLAS TRAPS,2275.55; 769,BENEDICT TRADING COMPANY,3290.65; 771,FIRST BANKCARD,2834.37; 773,JOSTENS,2088.45; 775,MOUNTAIN VIEW HIGH SCHOOL,1474.05; 777,SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIRS,1993.77; 778,SCHOOL DIST#6 GENERAL FUND,1617.29; 780,SILVER STITCH EMBROIDERY LLC,2200; 783,WALMART,1049.59; 5058,GREAT-WEST TRUST COMPANY,8558; 5060,NATIONAL BENEFIT SERVICES, LLC,2100.02; 5063,SCHOOL DIST #6 HOUSING,900; 5064,SCHOOL DIST#6MEDICARE,17008.5; 5065,SCHOOL DIST#6SS,72725.56; 5066,SCHOOL DIST#6 EMPLOYEE GROUP,134130.55; 5067,SCHOOL DIST#6 PAYROLL TAXES,42003.18; 5068,THE HARTFORD,1469.04; 5069,TSA CONSULTING GROUP, INC,2975; 5072,WY. EDUCATORS’ BENEFIT TRUST,1866.46; 5074,WYOMING EDUCATIONAL ASSOC.,1660.5; 5075,WYOMING RETIREMENT SYSTEM,104627.93; 5076,WYOMING RETIREMENT SYSTEM #2,1338.55; 5654,AMAZON.COM, INC.,4666.87; 5655,APPLE INC. c/o APPLE FINANCIAL SERVICES,53330.6; 5657,BENEDICT TRADING COMPANY,1057.49; 5658,BENEDICT’S ACE HARDWARE,1023.18; 5659,BRADSHAW’S,578; 5660,BRIDGER VALLEY ELECTRIC,19602.3; 5662,BRIDGER VALLEY PIONEER,844.4; 5664,BUSH WELLS SPORTING GOODS,573.63; 5666,CIT,35491.82; 5669,COVOLO AUTO-FARM SERVICE,993.82; 5671,CPO WYOMING, LLC,720; 5674,DOMINION ENERGY,12930.28; 5675,DRY CREEK CONSULTING,2546.15; 5678,FIRST BANKCARD,20851.42; 5679,GAS-N-GO #15 LYMAN,6722.81; 5681,GRAINGER PARTS,720.36; 5682,GREENHOUSE MEGASTORE,1333.9; 5690,HILLTOP NATIONAL BANK,8277.99; 5699,MACBEATH HARDWOOD COMPANY,756.85; 5700,MENLO, INC.,8702.84; 5705,NATIONAL SCHOOL BOARDS ASSOC.,975; 5710,PERFORMANCE AUDIO,2396.73; 5714,RAMKOTA BEST WESTERN OF CASPER,3471; 5717,REES AUTO SERVICE,5634.75; 5719,RIDDELL / ALL AMERICAN SPORTS CORP.,1711.24; 5721,ROCKY MOUNTAIN COMPETITIVE SOLUTIONS,521.89; 5726,SCHOOL DIST#6 STUDENT ACTIVITY,924; 5730,SUBLETTE CO SCHOOL DIST #9,558.01; 5732,TOWN OF LYMAN,1310.6; 5733,UINTA BANK,944.94; 5734,UNION TELEPHONE COMPANY,2611.52; 5735,UNIVERSAL ATHLETIC SERVICE,4467.47; 5740,WEX BANK -,1740.24; 5741,WHSAA,740; 5745,WYO. SPECIALIZED PHSICAL THERA,3300; 5746,WYOMING FCCLA,1710; 5748,WYOMING WASTE SERVICE,569.19; 5750,XEROX FINANCIAL SERVICES,653.82 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: April 30, 2021 21077
FOR SALE BY SEALED BID
Uinta County School District #4 is accepting sealed bids for a 1999 Blue Bird Type A school bus with approximately 112,000 miles. Special needs package, not currently ADA-compliant; no seatbelts in special needs area. Sold “AS IS” with no warranty expressed or implied. Vehicle can be inspected at the district Bus Garage, 706 4th Street, Mountain View, WY, M-F 8-4. Sealed bids are due to the Central Office by 12PM on May 10, 2021, and awarded at the May 11 school board meeting. Vehicle must be removed no later than 12pm (noon) on the Friday immediately following the bid award, unless an alternate arrangement is made.
PUBLISHED: April 30, 2021 21076
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
A public hearing will be held in the Evanston-Uinta County Human Services Building, located at 350 City View Drive in Evanston, WY, on Thursday, May 20, 2021 from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm for the purpose of review of the proposed uses of Community Service Block Grant funding for the Fiscal Year 2021. The meeting will be held in the main level conference room. Social distancing protocols will be in place.
Public comment is both invited and encouraged. The block grant proposal is available for public review at the Uinta County Human Services Office, 350 City View Drive, Suite #200 or by email by request. Questions? Contact Rebecca Eastman, Uinta County Human Services Coordinator [email protected] 307-789-7194 ext 1
PUBLISHED: April 30, 2021 21075
NOTICE OF HUMAN SERVICES
GRANT FUND AVAILABILITY
The Uinta County Human Services Board announces the availability of flow-through grant funds totaling approximately $157,000.00. Grant applications are being accepted from non-profit, human services organizations operating in Uinta County. Agencies submitting applications must have a Board of Directors, license to operate, established fiduciary accountability and 501-C3, Non-Profit status. Services qualifying for grant monies include, but are not limited to, elderly care; youth services; child care; mental health treatment; substance abuse; alcohol abuse; domestic violence intervention and indigent assistance. Deadline for submission of grant applications is 5:00 p.m., FRIDAY, May 14, 2021. Grant applications and other information can be obtained by contacting Rebecca Eastman, Human Services Coordinator, Uinta County Human Services, 350 City View Drive, Suite 200, Evanston, WY 82930. 307-789-7194 xl or [email protected]
PUBLISHED: April 30, 2021 21074
TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW, WYOMING
ORDINANCE NO. 2021-2
AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW, WYOMING ENACTING SECTION 26.04.010, MOTOR VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC, OF THE TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW MUNICIPAL CODE REGULATING THE OPERATION OF OFF-ROAD RECREATIONAL VEHICLES ON TOWN STREETS
WHEREAS, members of the community have approached the governing body about authorizing the operation of off-road recreational vehicles on town streets which have been designated as part of the Wyoming Off-Road Vehicle Trail System pursuant to Wyo. Stat. § 31-5-1601; and
WHEREAS, the governing body recognizes that off-road recreational vehicles are occasionally operated on town streets for incidental, non-recreational purposes, such as travelling to a neighbor’s residence to plow their snow; and
WHEREAS, the governing body desires to enact an ordinance which authorizes the operation of off-road recreational vehicles on town streets in these limited circumstances subject to certain requirements;
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW, WYOMING THAT:
SECTION 1: Section 26.04.010 of the Town of Mountain View Municipal Code is hereby enacted to provide as follows:
“Off road recreational vehicle per Wyoming Statute § 31-1-101(K)” means:
Type 1 - Any recreational vehicle primarily designed for off-road use which has an unladen weight of one thousand one hundred (1,100) pounds or less;
Type 2 - Any unlicensed motorcycle which has an unladen weight of six hundred (600) pounds or less and is designed to be ridden off road with the operator astride upon a seat or saddle and travels on two (2) tires; and
Type 3 - Any multi wheeled motorized vehicle not required by law to be licensed and is designed for cross country travel on or over land, sand, snow, ice or other natural terrain and which has an unladen weight of more than nine hundred (900) pounds.
“Operator” means every person who operates or is in actual physical control of the operation of an off-road vehicle.
B.Wyoming Off-road Recreational Vehicle Trail. Off-road recreational vehicles may be operated on the streets, roads and travel routes of the Town of Mountain View which have been designated as a Wyoming Off-road Vehicle Recreational Trail by the governing body of the Town of Mountain View kin conjunction with the Wyoming Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources as provided in Wyo. Stat. § 31-5-1601 and Wyo. Stat. § 31-2-701 through 31-2-707, subject to compliance with the following requirements:
1.The off-road recreational vehicle shall display a current State of Wyoming off-road recreational vehicle registration decal;
2.The operator must have a valid driver’s license;
3.Crossings of main-travelled roadways by the off-road recreational vehicle shall be made at right angles to the roadway or as nearly so as practicable, but in any case yielding the right-of-way to all traffic in the main-travelled roadway;
4.When operating at any time from one-half (1/2) hour after sunset to one-half (1/2) hour before sunrise, the off-road recreational vehicle shall be equipped with an use lighted lamps and illuminating devices in accordance with Wyo. Stat. § 31-5-910 through 31-5-940;
5.The off-road recreational vehicle shall be equipped with an adequate braking device that may be operated either by hand or foot; and
6.The off-road recreational vehicle shall be equipped with a noise muffler which produces a propulsion noise level of not more than one hundred two (102) decibels at twenty (20) inches in a stationary test.
C.Incidental Operation. The occasional incidental operation of off-road recreational vehicles for non-recreation purposes shall be permitted on town streets subject to the requirements set forth in subsection B above, but in addition, wherever practicable, the off-road recreational vehicle shall be operated off the main-travelled portion of the town street.
FIRST READING; March 16, 2021.
PUBLIC HEARING: April 6, 2021
SECOND READING; April 6, 2021
THIRD AND FINAL READING; April 20, 2021
Bryan Ayres, Mayor
Attest: Penny Robbins, Town Clerk
PUBLISHED: April 30, 2021 21073