6-12-2020 Bridger Valley Pioneer Legals


PUBLIC NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that Micheli Ranch LLC has applied for a Land Use District Change (Zone Change) for a tract of land in Section 34, T16N, 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 1 lot Residential subdivision entitled the Micheli Subdivision No. 3. 

A public hearing on this matter will be held before the Uinta County Planning and Zoning Commission on Wednesday, June24, 2019 at approximately 7:00 p.m. in the Commission Chambers of the Uinta County Complex, Evanston, Wyoming.

PUBLISHED: June 12, 19, 2020                  20095

 

ORDINANCE NO. 2020-03

AN ORDINANCE ELIMINATING ORDINANCE LANGUAGE REMAINING FROM WHEN THE TOWN COLLECTED THE TOWN CITIZEN’S GARBAGE

WHEREAS, the Town used to collect garbage and trash for its citizens, a role currently doe by private contractors; and,

WHEREAS, there remains unnecessary language in the Town’s Ordinances regulating the Town’s garbage collection. 

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: 

4-2-3: GARBAGE AND REFUSE CONTAINERS:

All garbage and refuse cans shall be watertight and shall have a close fitting lid or cover and which shall be at all times so maintained in position as to prevent the ingress and egress of flies and other insects. 

4-2-4: (Vacated)

4-2-5: ROCKS, DIRT, BUILDING MATERIALS:

Rock, stone, brick, concrete, dirt and other building materials or mineral waste shall not be permitted to accumulate in alleyways or at the curb.

4-2-6: PLACING MATERIALS FOR COLLECTION:

All garbage prepared for collection by waste or garbage collectors shall be placed on private property adjacent to the alleyway where such exists, or at the lot line of the street on all lots not contiguous to an adjacent alleyway, in such a manner as to be readily accessible for collection. Such materials shall not be permitted to remain at the lot line of the street for more than twenty-four (24) hours unless completely housed in a decorative enclosure.

4-2-7: (Vacated)

4-2-8:  (Vacated)

First Reading – May 7, 2020

Second Reading – May 21, 2020

Public Hearing – May 21, 2020

Third Reading – June 4, 2020

Published – June 12, 2020

PASSED AND APPROVED BY THE COUNCIL THIS  4th day of June, 2020.

ATTEST:               

Mayor, Bronson Berg

Town Clerk,  Lisa Bradshaw

PUBLISHED: June 12, 2020      20088

TOWN OF LYMAN WYOMING

MINUTES OF THE BUSINESS MEETING HELD MAY 21, 2020

Present were Mayor Berg, Councilmembers Tansy Shelton, Shane Hooton, Andy Spray and Dallas Sill, Public Works Director Jared Crane, Clerk Lisa Bradshaw, Officer Aaron Roberts and Attorney Thayne Peterson.

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

Councilwoman Shelton made a motion to approve the minutes of the May 7, 2020 business meeting and work session, second by Councilman Sill, motion carried unanimously.

Mayor Berg opened the public hearing for Ordinance No. 2020-01.  No public comments.  Public hearing was closed.

Ordinance No. 2020-01 AN ORDINANCE CONFORMING DIFFERING SECTIONS OF THE TOWN CODE CONCERNING WHEN A SUBDIVISION AND/OR LOT LINE ADJUSTMENT IS NECESSARY AND THE NEED FOR PUBLIC FRONTAGE TO A LOT.  Councilman Spray made a motion to approve Ordinance No. 2020-01 on the second reading, second by Councilwoman Shelton, motion carried unanimously.

Mayor Berg opened the public hearing for Ordinance No. 2020-02.  No public comment.  Public hearing was closed.

Ordinance No. 2020-02 AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED “ANNUAL APPROPRIATION BILL FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING June 30, 2021”  Councilman Sill made a motion to approve Ordinance No. 2020-02 on the second reading, second by Councilman Hooton, motion carried unanimously.

Mayor Berg opened the public hearing for Ordinance No. 2020-03.  No public comments.  Public hearing was closed. 

Ordinance No. 2020-03 AN ORDINANCE ELIMINATING ORDIANCE LANGUAGE REMAINING FROM WHEN THE TOWN COLLECTED THE TOWN CITIZEN’S GARBAGE.  Councilman Spray made a motion to approve Ordinance No. 2020-03 on the second reading, second by Councilwoman Shelton, motion carried unanimously.

Councilwoman Shelton made a motion to approve the purchase order for Arrow E Electric in the amount of $15,591.54, second by Councilman Hooton, motion carried unanimously.

Councilman Sill made a motion to approve the purchase order for Dave Norris Construction in the amount not to exceed $18,500.00, second by Councilwoman Shelton, motion carried unanimously. 

Councilman Spray made a motion to approve the following bills:  Airgas – cylinder rental $57.86, Alsco – janitorial supplies $283.09, Benedict Ace Hardware – monthly charges $1,919.82, BCBS – insurance $17,913.82, Bridger Valley Electric – utilities $9,232.72, Bridger Valley Joint Powers – water purchased $23,766.32, Bridger Valley Pioneer – advertising $339.20, Carrier Corp. – HVAC work $1,115.00, Caselle – software maintenance/support $780.00, Chemtech Ford – samples $60.00, Codale Electric - supplies $118.95, Covolo-Auto Farm Service – monthly charges $75.62, First Bank – credit card charges $10,201.00, Forsgren Engineering – misc. engineering $1,822.50, Richo USA – copier maintenance $18.77,

Mountainland Suppy - $670.40, Potters Awards – shredding $470.00, Ready Rocks – road base $746.07, Rock Springs Winnelson – supplies $201.92, USA Blue Book – aerators $14,622.22, Wyoming Waste – trash service $186.18, Westar Printing – office supplies $28.00, One Call of Wyoming – tickets for April $66.00, YAHA – contract service $2,500.00, Amanda & Chris Nelson – water deposit refund $57.00, Steve Shelton – frames $109.30, Cherilyn Peterson – barn cancellation refund $300.00, Ann Eyre – barn cancellation $250.00, second by Councilman Hooton, motion carried unanimously.

Councilman Sill made a motion to adjourn the Business Meeting, second by Councilwoman Shelton, motion carried unanimously.

Lisa Bradshaw, Clerk                              

Bronson Berg, Mayor 

PUBLISHED: June 12, 2020      20086          

 

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PUBLISHED: June 12, 19, 2020                  20090

MINUTES

TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW

MAY 5, 2020   7:00 P.M.

The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Mayor, Scott Dellinger.

The April 21, 2020 meeting was cancelled due to Covid-19.

The May 5, 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 members Bryan Ayres, Tori Carter and Jacob Porter, Clerk, Penny Robbins, Deputy Clerk, Amanda Fraughton, Rick Guild with Public Works, Chief of Police, Brian Sparks, Officer Alan Kiefer and Officer Trevor Rasmussen.

Motion by Gina Tims, second by Jacob Porter to approve the agenda; motion carried.

Motion by Tori Carter, second by Gina Tims to approve the April 7, 2020 minutes; motion carried.

Mayor Scott Dellinger proclaimed May 3, 2020 through May 9, 2020 as “Municipal Clerks Week.”

Motion by Bryan Ayres, second by Gina Tims to approve payment of April 21, 2020 bills; Blacks Fork Timber, Maintenance and Repairs, $ 252.00, Brenntag Pacific Inc., Chemicals, $4,046.20, Bridgerland Carquest, Vehicle Maintenance, $472.14, Colonial Flag, Flags, $254.74, Eldon’s Overhead Doors, Maintenance and Repairs, $4,588.00, Fastenal, Sewer Supplies, $732.46, First Bankcard, Supplies, $4,747.22, Homax, Fuel Supplies, $1,050.00, Morcon Industrial, Supplies, $135.48, Rees Auto Service, Vehicle Maintenance, $2,266.40, Ricoh USA Inc., Copier, $223.49, Signature Equipment, Vehicle Equipment, $4,686.47, USA Bluebook, Department Supplies, $627.25, W-Cubed Inc., Maintenance and Repairs, $4,700.00. motion carried.

Motion by Jacob Porter, second by Tori Carter to pay the following bills;

Ace Recycling & Disposal, Trash Service, $294.20, GovOffice, Webpage, $660.00, Benedict Trading Co., Supplies, $269.23, Brenntag Pacific Inc, Chemicals, $1,367.00, Bridger Valley Electric Assoc, Electric Service, $6,092.16, Business Solutions, Office Supplies, $430.64, Chemtech-Ford, Water and Sewer Analysis, $403.00, Deru’s Glass Works, Capital Outlay, $4,458.71, Ellingford Brothers Inc., Supplies, $151.04, Mountainland Supply, Supplies, $5,901.22, Quadient Inc., Equipment Maintenance, $89.85, Dominion Energy, Gas Service, $586.59, Scott’s Auto Body & Glass, Vehicle Repair, $25.00, Standard Plumbing Supply, Supplies, $48.68, The Lumberyard, Repairs and Maintenance, $200.34, The O.P. Dealer Inc., Office Supplies, $169.36, Town of Mountain View, Water, $7.58, Uinta County Clerk, Recording Fees, $90.00, Uinta County Treasurer, Dispatch Fees, $3,772.24, Union Telephone Co., Phone Service, $1,266.51, United States Postal Service, Box Fees, $84.00, USA Bluebook, Maintenance, $132.88, Water of Life, Building Maintenance, $143.00, WEX Bank, Fuel, $682.83, WY Asso. Rural Water System, Education, $395.00: motion carried.

There being no other business the meeting was adjourned to executive session at 7:03 p.m. to discuss personnel issues. Council did not reconvene.

Scott Dellinger Mayor

ATTEST:

Penny Robbins, Town Clerk

PUBLISHED: June 12, 2020      20084

 

MINUTES

TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW

MAY 19, 2020   7:00 P.M.

The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Mayor, Scott Dellinger.

The May 19, 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 members Bryan Ayres, Tori Carter and Jacob Porter, Clerk, Penny Robbins, Deputy Clerk, Amanda Fraughton, Officer Alan Kiefer and Officer Trevor Rasmussen.

Motion by Jacob Porter, second by Gina Tims to approve the agenda; motion carried.

Motion by Tori Carter, second by Bryan Ayres to approve the May 5, 2020 minutes; motion carried.

Motion by Bryan Ayres, second by Jacob Porter amending to waive conditional use application fee and approve a conditional use permit for Keith and Lonnie Jolley to build a detached garage at 524 S. Cottonwood; motion carried.

Motion by Gina Tims, second by Tori Carter to Y.A.H.A. to enter into contract with YOUTH ALTERNATIVE HOME ASSOCIATION (YAHA) for fiscal year 2020/2021 in the amount of $750.00; motion carried.

Motion by Jacob Porter, second by Tori Carter to approve ORDINANCE 2020-1 BUDGET ORDINANCE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2021 on the first reading; motion carried.

Motion by Bryan Ayres, second by Jacob Porter to approve a RESOLUTION 2020-3 BUDGET AMMENDMENT, A RESOLUTION AMMENDING THE 2019-2020 ANNUAL BUDGET OF THE TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW TO INCREASE THE REVENUE AND EXPENDITURES IN THE SEWER FUND IN CERTAIN LINE ITEMS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2020; motion carried.

Motion by Bryan Ayres, second by Tori Carter to approve police bonuses; motion carried.

Motion by Jacob Porter, second by Gina Tims to pay the following bills; Benedict Trading Co., Maintenance & Repairs, $6,740.06, Bridger Valley Joint Powers, Water, $21,449.61, Bridger Valley Pioneer, Publications, $166.40, Bridgerland Carquest, Vehicle Maintenance, $7.18, Energy Laboratories, Inc., CCR, $100.00, First Bankcard, Supplies, $918.94, John Deere Financial, Sewer Supplies, $413.80, Morcon Industrial Specialty, Department Supplies, $194.09, Mountainland Supply Co., Maintenance & Repairs, $254.00, Municipal Code Corporation, Software, $2,402.00, Ready Rocks Inc., Street Maintenance, $635.93, Rees Auto Service, Vehicle Repair & Maintenance, $222.87, Ricoh USA Inc., Copier $191.01, Ridge Runner Concrete Inc., Street Maintenance, $902.50, Town of Lyman, Supplies & Animal Shelter Fees, $1,514.95, Wasatch Surveying, Surveying, $1,021.50, Water Deposit Refund, James Sinnett, $86.06, Water Deposit Refund, Lanie Troughton, $135.24, Water Deposit Refund, Justin Reynolds, $123.78, Wheeler Machinery Co., Maintenance & Repairs, $1,272.24, Y.A.H.A., Annual Contract, $750.00, motion carried.

There being no other business Mayor Dellinger adjourned the meeting at 7:03 p.m. 

Scott Dellinger, Mayor

ATTEST:

Penny Robbins, Clerk

PUBLISHED: June 12, 2020      20085

 

MEETING NOTICE

The Uinta County School District #6 school board meeting will be via Facebook live on June 16th at 8pm.

PUBLISHED: June 12, 2020      20089

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

The Town of Mountain View will hold a Public Hearing during at the regular meeting, June 16, 2020, at 7:00 p.m. at the Mountain View Town Hall, 405 Highway 414, to receive comments on the proposed public records request fees and utility rate increases.

PUBLISHED: June 5, 12, 2020  20083

 

PUBLIC NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that Micheli Ranch LLC has applied for a Subdivision Permit for part of Lot 4 of Section 34, T16N, R115W, 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, June 24 in the Commission Chambers of the Uinta County Complex, 225 9th Street Evanston, Wyoming.

PUBLISHED: June 12, 19, 2020                  20094

 

PUBLIC NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that Kenneth and Bonnie Laird have applied for a Subdivision Permit for all of Lot 2 Block 1 and 2 of the Allen Subdivision located in Section 11, T14N, R121W, 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, June 24 in the Commission Chambers of the Uinta County Complex, 225 9th Street Evanston, Wyoming.

PUBLISHED: June 12, 19, 2020                  20093

 

ORDINANCE NO. 2020-01

AN ORDINANCE CONFORMING DIFFERING SECTIONS OF THE TOWN CODE CONCERNING WHEN A SUBDIVISION AND/ OR LOT LINE ADJUSTMENT IS NECESSARY AND THE NEED FOR PUBLIC FRONTAGE TO A LOT

WHEREAS, the Town has recently been made aware of certain ambiguities in the Town Code which my lead to confusion concerning when a lot line versus a subdivision is required for the dividing of a lot; and,

WHEREAS, the ambiguity also affects the requirement of what frontage is required for a newly created lot; and,

WHEREAS, the current Code needs to be amended in order to clarify the applicable rules.

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: 

2-1-9: APPEAL:

Any person or entity aggrieved by the action of the commission or administrative personnel of Lyman in carrying out any official act, may, if they so desire, file with the town council, a written request for hearing the same, setting forth reasons for which they feel the commission and/or personnel have been unjustly enforced within thirty (30) days of the act or acts alleged to be unjust. Within sixty (60) days of receipt of the request, the town council shall hold a public hearing to determine the proper application of the subdivision rules.

11-1-4: STREET ACCESS REQUIRED:

No building shall be erected on any lot nor shall a building permit be issued for a building unless the street giving access to the lot upon which such building is proposed to be placed has been approved by the planning and zoning commission and accepted by the town council as a part of an official subdivision where the land is subject to section 11-1-1 of this chapter. Dead end streets which are terminated due to natural or preexisting manmade barriers or which form a continuous loop without any intersecting street, private or public, may be retained in private ownership, however a building permit shall only be issued if approved by the Planning and Zoning Commission and a recordable document is created or produced absolving the Town from maintaining, improving, or upgrading the street.

11-2-1: GENERAL DEFINITIONS:

The definitions set out in this chapter apply in this title:

MINOR SUBDIVISION: Any real property, improved or unimproved, or a portion thereof, shown on the last preceding tax roll as a unit or as contiguous units, which is divided and/or the lot lines thereof are altered and has the following features:

  1. All resulting lots in the minor subdivision have existing access to the Town water and wastewater systems without further construction and/or addition by the Town;
  2. All resulting lots have frontage on a public street or highway;
  3. All resulting lots comply with Town Ordinances regarding size, setbacks, length of frontage and other applicable Ordinances;
  4. The minor subdivision is not created by or in conjunction with an annexation into Town; and
  5. The minor subdivision results in the creation of three (3) or fewer lots.

Nothing in this definition shall prevent the Town Planning and Zoning Commission from declaring a proposed Minor Subdivision as too complicated and/or problematic, and therefore requiring the minor subdivision to be processed as if it is a Subdivision.

SUBDIVISION: Any real property, improved or unimproved, or a portion thereof, shown on the last preceding tax roll as a unit or as contiguous units, which is divided into four (4) or more parcels, lots or building sites and which does not qualify under the definition of a minor subdivision herein. Any use of the word “Subdivision” that does not conflict with Chapter 5 of this Title shall include Minor Subdivision in their interpretation and application.

NO OTHER PORTION OF ORDINANCE 11-2-1 IS ALTERED BY PASSAGE OF THIS ORDINANCE

11-3-2: PROCEDURAL OUTLINE:

The following outline is included as a guide for the subdivider to use in obtaining systematic review and approval or disapproval of a proposed subdivision. The planning and zoning commission may delegate the initial contact and review responsibilities to an authorized representative:

  1. Obtain Lyman subdivision and zoning information.
  2. Analyze proposed development concepts for conformity.
  3. Prepare preliminary sketch (optional).
  4. Prepare preliminary plat with a vicinity map (unless the subdivision is a minor subdivision.
  5. Submit preliminary plat to planning and zoning commission no less than fourteen (14) days before the next scheduled planning and zoning meeting.
  6. Meet with Town Public Works Supervisor or designee to determine placement of utilities, including the possible installation the entire length of the subdivision or lots.
  7. Prepare final plat.
  8. Obtain required specifications, dedications, etc.
  9. Submit final plat to planning and zoning commission.
  10. Submit final plat to town council.
  11. Record approved and signed final plat with accompanying Resolution of the Town Council.

11-3-4: CONTENTS AND FILING OF PLAT:

  1. All plats, both preliminary and final, submitted to the Planning and Zoning Commission shall be filed with the Town no less than fourteen (14) days before the Planning and Zoning Commission meeting considering the submission to allow time for review.

NO OTHER PORTION OF ORDINANCE 11-3-4 IS ALTERED BY PASSAGE OF THIS ORDINANCE

Chapter 5

MINOR SUBDIVISIONS

11-5-1: MINOR SUBDIVISION PROCEDURE:

Minor subdivisions shall follow all procedures of a subdivision as outlined above, except that a minor subdivision shall not be required to:

  1. prepare or submit a preliminary sketch,
  2. prepare or submit a preliminary plat with a vicinity map, or
  3. submit a preliminary plat to the planning and zoning commission,

11-5-2: Vacated

11-5-3: Vacated

11-5-4: Vacated

11-12-4: Vacated

12-7-8: FRONTAGE:

Each lot shall abut on a public street or highway right of way. In addition, each dwelling unit must have a minimum access route or fire lane of a minimum width of thirty feet (30') for fire protection.

12-9-2: DEFINITIONS:

FRONTAGE: That portion of the property facing and running more or less parallel to and along a public street or highway right of way.

NO OTHER PORTION OF ORDINANCE 12-9-2 IS ALTERED BY PASSAGE OF THIS ORDINANCE

12-9-12: AGRICULTURAL, COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL ZONES:

  1. Roof Signs: No roof sign or supporting structure shall extend above the roofline or fascia more than thirty three and one-third percent (331/3%) of the height of the building which supports it, and shall not exceed one hundred (100) square feet per one hundred feet (100').

NO OTHER PORTION OF ORDINANCE 12-9-12 IS ALTERED BY PASSAGE OF THIS ORDINANCE

No other portion of the listed Ordinances is modified herein.

First Reading – May 7, 2020

Second Reading – May 21, 2020

Public Hearing – May 21, 2020

Third Reading – June 4, 2020

Published – June 12, 2020

PASSED AND APPROVED BY THE COUNCIL THIS  4th day of June,  2020.

ATTEST:               

Mayor, Bronson Berg

Town Clerk,  Lisa Bradshaw

PUBLISHED: June 12, 2020      20087

 

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