6/28/2019 Bridger Valley Pioneer legal notices


BRIDGER VALLEY JOINT POWERS BOARD

NOTICE OF ACCEPTANCE AND FINAL PAYMENT

FORT BRIDGER WATERLINE PROJECT 2018

Notice is hereby given that the Bridger Valley Joint Powers Board has accepted as completed according to the plans, specifications, and rules governing the same work performed under that certain Contract between the Bridger Valley Joint Powers Board and SCI, Inc., the Contractor, on the Fort Bridger Waterline Project 2018.  The Contractor is entitled to final settlement for work under this Contract and the Bridger Valley Joint Powers Board will make final payment to the Contractor herein mentioned for the full amount due on or after the forty-first day after first publication of this notice.  Any claims for payment should be submitted to the Bridger Valley Joint Powers Board.  In the event that any claim is not filed with the Board, prior to the forty-first day after the first date of this publication, the same shall be waived.

Bridger Valley Joint Powers Board

Mountain View, Wyoming

16-20-02

PUBLISH: June 21, 28, 2019  19106

 

PUBLIC NOTICE

TIMBER FOR SALE, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT. ORAL AUCTION OR SEALED BIDS as hereinafter designated will be received by the Field Manager, Bureau of Land Management, 430 US HWY 189, Kemmerer, WY 83101 at 1:00 PM on July 18, for all timber marked or designated for cutting. Bids will be accepted by mail or hand delivery. Before bids are submitted, full information concerning the timber, the conditions of sale and submission of bids, including appraised prices per species, should be obtained from the above Field Manager. The prospectus is available online at https://www.blm.gov/programs/natural-resources/forests-and-woodlands/timber-sales/wyoming The right is hereby reserved to waive technical defects in this advertisement and to reject any or all bids. The United States reserves the right to waive any informality in bids received whenever such waiver is in the interest of the United States.

This sale notice, first published on 6/20/2019, constitutes the decision document for purposes of protests and appeals under 43 CFR Subpart 5003 - Administrative Remedies. BLM must receive protests of any sale listed below within 15 days after the first publication of this notice. The regulations do not authorize the acceptance of protests in any form other than a signed, written hard copy that is delivered to the physical address of the advertising BLM office. As such the original signed protest must be received by the by the close of business [insert time] on the 15th day of the protest period. IN Uintah COUNTY: WYOMING: PD: SEALED BID: Tokewana Fire Salvage: All timber designated for cutting on certain Federal lands in Sections 12 and 22, T. 12 N, R. 117 W, 6th Meridian estimated for the purpose of this sale to be 1,982.5 MBF. No written bid for less than $13,437.50 will be considered. The minimum deposit with written bid is $1,400.00.

PUBLISH: June 21, 28, 2019  19108

 

NOTICE OF SCHOOL BOARD MEETINGS AND AVAILABILITY OF MINUTES

Notice is hereby given that regular meetings of the Board of Trustees of Uinta County School District Number Four, State of Wyoming, are held each month at 7:00 PM. on the second Tuesday, and if needed fourth Tuesday, of the month in the Board Room at the Central Office building in Mountain View, Wyoming, and such meetings are open to the public.

Notice is also given that official minutes of each regular or special meeting of such board, including a record of all official acts and of all warrants issued, are available for inspection by any citizen during regular office hours at the office of the clerk of said district at 129 W. 2nd Street, Mountain View, Wyoming, or website, www.uinta4.com.

Order of: /s/ Jeffrey M. Newton, Superintendent

Uinta County School District No. Four

PUBLISH: June 28, 2019 19113

 

Notice for Request of Bid for Vehicle

The Town of Mountain View is requesting a lump sum bid for a 2019 Ram 1500 Rebel Crew Cab

The vehicle specifications are listed as follow and are available on file and may be obtain free at the Mountain View Town Hall. Contact 307-782-3100 or our Website at www.mtvwy.com.

Bids must be received by 5:00 p.m. on July 12th, 2019, at the Town Hall, located at 405 Highway 414, Mountain View, Wyoming. Bid will be awarded at the Town Council Meeting on July 16th, 2019.

The Town reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive irregularities or informalities in the bid.

Additional equipment specifications.

Black Crystal Pearl–Coat Exterior Paint  

Interior Color: Black / Red Interior Colors                      

Interior: Cloth / Vinyl Low–Back Bucket Seats               

Engine: 5.7–Liter V8 HEMI® MDS VVT or eTorque Engine         

Transmission: 8–Speed Automatic 8HP75 Transmission            

 3.92 Rear Axle Ratio

Class IV Receiver–Hitch 7–Pin Wiring Harness

Front Suspension Skid Plate Transfer Case Skid Plate Fuel Tank Skid Plate Front

Performance Tuned Shock Absorbers Rear Performance Tuned Shock Absorbers

Part-Time Four-Wheel Drive

 Driver Selectable Locking Rear Differential

Customer Preferred Package 27W or 25W

LT 275 R18 E Off Road Tire and Wheel Package

PUBLISH: June 28, July 5, 2019    19119

 

MINUTES

TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW

May 7, 2019   7:00 P.M.

The May 7, 2019 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 Tori Carter and Jacob Porter, Clerk, Penny Robbins, Chief of Police, Brian Sparks and Rick Guild with Public Works.

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

Motion by Jacob Porter, second by Bryan Ayres to approve the April 16, 2019 minutes as presented; motion carried.

Motion by Tori Carter, second by Gina Tims to recess into public hearing at 7:01 for RESOLUTION 2019-1 A RESOLUTION MAKING CERTAIN FINDINGS PURSUANT TO A PETITION FOR ANNEXATION OF CERTAIN LANDS REQUESTED TO BE INCLUDED IN THE TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW, WYOMING, SAID REQUEST BEING MADE BY STACEY A. AUGHE, PRESIDENT OF WOODY MANAGEMENT INC., A WYOMING CLOSE CORPORATION, AS GENERAL PARTNER OF UNION LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, A COLORADO LIMITED PARTNERSHIP; motion carried 

In public comments Gina Tims asked about the process of doing an annexation. There being no more public comment; motion by Jacob Porter, second by Tori Carter to reconvene regular meeting at 7:02 p.m.; motion carried

Motion by Gina Tims, second by Jacob Porter to approve  RESOLUTION 2019-1 A RESOLUTION MAKING CERTAIN FINDINGS PURSUANT TO A PETITION FOR ANNEXATION OF CERTAIN LANDS REQUESTED TO BE INCLUDED IN THE TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW, WYOMING, SAID REQUEST BEING MADE BY STACEY A. AUGHE, PRESIDENT OF WOODY MANAGEMENT INC., A WYOMING CLOSE CORPORATION, AS GENERAL PARTNER OF UNION LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, A COLORADO LIMITED PARTNERSHIP; motion carried.

Motion by Jacob Porter, second by Tori Carter to approve ORDINANCE 2019-2 AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING CERTAIN LANDS SITUATE IN THE SE ? NE ? of SECTION 14, TOWNSHIP 15 NORTH, RANGE 115 WEST, 6TH P.M., PURSUANT TO A PETITION FILED WITH THE TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW BY STACEY A. AUGHE, PRESIDENT OF WOODY MANAGEMENT, INC., A WYOMING CLOSE CORPORATION, AS GENERAL PARTNER OF UNION LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, A COLORADO LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, on first reading; motion carried.

Motion by Jacob Porter, second by Tori Carter to approve Bryan Ayres as voting delegate and Amanda Fraughton as alternate voting delegate at the 2019 WAM Convention on June 13, 2019 in Sheridan, WY; motion carried.

Motion by Gina Tims, second by Tori Carter to pay the following bills; Ace Recycling & Disposal, Trash Service, $252.03, Benedict Trading Co., Supplies, $742.70, Brenntag Pacific, $1550.00, BV Electric Asso., Electric Service, $5056.08, BV Joint Powers Board, Water Bill, $23696.12, Chemtech-Ford, Water and Sewer Analysis, $466.00, Covolo Auto, Vehicle Maintenance, $276.98, Auto Spa, Police Car Wash, $89.00, Gary Hutchinson, Travel, $356.70, Maxfield Construction, Waterline Repair, $1300.00, Morcon Industrial, Vehicle Maintenance, $597.15, Mountainland Supply Co, Water Loading Station, $5452.41, Neopost USA Inc., Mailing Machine, $186.85, One-Call of Wyoming, Tickets, $25.20, Dominion Energy, Gas Service, $612.45, Rees Auto Service, Vehicle Repair, $813.30, Scott Dellinger, Travel, $399.62, Stotz Equipment, Vehicle Maintenance, $244.99, The O.P. Dealer Inc., Office Supplies, $150.38,Town of Lyman, Animal Shelter Fees, $600.00, Uinta County Clerk, Dispatch and Jail Fees, $3832.61, Union Telephone Co, Phone Service, $966.52, USPS, PO Box Fee, $82.00, USA Bluebook, Chemicals, $111.95, Valley Feed and Tire, Tires, $486.00, Ferguson Waterworks, Water Meter Supplies, $1512.18, WEX Bank, Fuel, $998.60; motion carried.

There being no other business, Mayor Dellinger adjourned the meeting at 7:06 p.m. 

Scott Dellinger Mayor

ATTEST:

Penny Robbins, Town Clerk

PUBLISH: June 28, 2019 19114

 

MINUTES

TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW

June 4, 2019   7:00 P.M.

The June 4, 2019 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, Chief of Police, Brian Sparks and Rick Guild with Public Works.

Motion by Gina Tims, second by Tori Carter to approve the agenda; motion carried.

Motion by Tori Carter, second by Gina Tims to approve the May 21, 2019 minutes as presented; motion carried.

Motion by Jacob Porter, second by Gina Tims to recess into public hearing at 7:01 p.m. to hear public comments on ORDINANCE 2019-3 THE ANNUAL APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2020; motion carried

There being no public comment, motion by Bryan Ayres, second by Jacob Porter to reconvene regular meeting at 7:02 p.m.; motion carried.

Motion by Tori Carter, second by Bryan Ayres to approve ORDINANCE 2019-3 THE ANNUAL APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2020 on second reading; motion carried.

Motion by Bryan Ayres, second by Jacob Porter to approve ORDINANCE 2019-2 AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING CERTAIN LANDS SITUATE IN THE SE ? NE ? of SECTION 14, TOWNSHIP 15 NORTH, RANGE 115 WEST, 6TH P.M., PURSUANT TO A PETITION FILED WITH THE TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW BY STACEY A. AUGHE, PRESIDENT OF WOODY MANAGEMENT, INC., A WYOMING CLOSE CORPORATION, AS GENERAL PARTNER OF UNION LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, A COLORADO LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, on third and final reading; motion carried.

Motion by Tori Carter, second by Gina Tims to enter into contract with Y.A.H.A. (Youth Alternative Home Association) in the amount of $750 for services provided in the 2018/2019 fiscal year; motion carried.

Motion by Gina Tims, second by Bryan Ayres to approve a cater permit requested by Fort Bridger Cash Store to serve alcohol at 621 Willow Drive in Mountain View for Kindie Carter’s wedding on June 15, 2019; Tori Carter abstains from the vote and motion carried with remaining council.

Motion by Jacob Porter, second by Tori Carter to approve open container permit for Cowboy Bar Charity Cook Off on June 22, 2019 to benefit Taponi Animal Theropy, motion carried.

Motion by Gina Tims, second by Bryan Ayres to pay the following bills: Ace Recycle & Disposal, Trash Service, $456.06, BV Joint Powers Board, Water Bill, $23622.12, Johlin Measurement LTD, Water Loading Station, $2000.00, Benedicts Market, Restitution, $15.94, Malona Hamblin, Restitution, 418.92, Meraki Lane, Restitution, $760.00, Morcon Industrial Specialist, Building Supplies, $31.32, Mountainland Supply Co, Water Supplies, $3830.30, Dominion Energy, Gas Service, $317.14, Rocky Mountain Yeti, Police Vehicle Maintenance, $79.99, The Lumberyard, Parking Lot Construction, $2909.97, The O.P. Dealer, Office Supplies, $206.51, The Pin Center, Town Pins, $557.00, Town of Mountain View, Utility Bills, $28.07, Union Telephone Co, Phone Service, $933.68, US Postal Service, Postage, $250.00, Valley Feed and Tire, Mower Tire Repaie, $57.39, W-Cubed Inc, Sewer Pump, $4716.00, WEX Bank, Fuel, $883.39, Y.A.H.A., Contract, $750.00; motion carried.

There being no other business Mayor Dellinger adjourned the meeting at 7:10 p.m. 

Scott Dellinger Mayor

ATTEST:

Penny Robbins, Town Clerk

PUBLISH: June 28, 2019 19116

 

TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW, WYOMING

ORDINANCE 2019-3

THE ANNUAL APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2020.

BUDGET ORDINANCE

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

SECTION ONE.   The following sums of money are anticipated as revenue for the General, Water and Sewer Funds of the Town of Mountain View, Wyoming, for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020.

GENERAL FUND     $1,220,582

WATER FUND $ 652,815

SEWER FUND $ 486,394

DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT FUND   $ 9,500

SECTION TWO.   The following sums of money are hereby appropriated to defray the expenses of the Town of Mountain View, Wyoming, for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020.

GENERAL FUND     $1,220,582

WATER FUND $ 652,815

SEWER FUND $ 486,394

DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT FUND   $ 9,500

SECTION THREE.   It is anticipated that an eight (8) mill levy for property taxes will be required for operation of the General Fund of the Town of Mountain View, Wyoming and the Town Clerk is hereby directed to forward a copy of this Ordinance to the Board of County Commissioners of Uinta County, Wyoming, and request the eight (8) mills be levied upon the property within the current boundaries of the Town, for Town purposes.

SECTION FOUR.   An itemized budget document containing anticipated revenues and proposed expenditures is attached hereto and is hereby approved by the Town Council and by reference made a part hereof.

SECTION FIVE. Pursuant to the terms of Town Ordinance the Town Council reserves the right to amend the annual budget as necessary, by appropriate resolution of said Council.

FIRST READING: May 21, 2019

PUBLIC HEARING: June 4, 2019

SECOND READING: June 4, 2019

THIRD AND FINAL READING: June 18, 2019

Scott Dellinger, Mayor

Attest: Penny Robbins, Town Clerk

PUBLISH: June 28, 2019 19109


 

BRIDGER VALLEY JOINT POWERS BOARD BUDGET HEARING NOTICE

The Bridger Valley Joint Powers Board proposed budget for the fiscal year 2020 is as follows:

Revenues:

General Fund     $977,446

Total Revenues   $977,446

Expenses:

Capital Outlay   69,235

Administration   110,400

Interest and Fees On Debt   24,638

Operations and Maintenance  747,889

Indirect Costs   24,150

Total Expenses   976,312

The hearing for public input on the budget for fiscal year 2020 is scheduled for Wednesday, July 10th, 7:00 p.m. at the treatment plant conference room, 5716 Highway 410 South with the regular meeting to follow. For more information please call 782-3130.

This budget summary is subject to change and clarification at the budget hearing.

PUBLISH: June 28, 2019 19118

 

PUBLIC NOTICE OF GRANT REQUEST AND CALL FOR COMMENT

The Town of Lyman is requesting funding for the Lyman Streets Reconstruction Project, which is money to repair and enhance some of the Public Roadways within the Town. The cost of the Project is estimated to be $792.600.00, of which $300,000.00 would be provided from the Towns general funds and $492,600.00 would be requested from the Wyoming Abandoned Land Division Public Facilities Grant. On June 20, 2019 the Lyman Town Council passed a Resolution authorizing the submission of a Grant Application to the AML. Any person wishing to comment on the Town’s AML Grant application should submit such comments in writing via e-mail to [email protected] with the Reference Line “AML Grant” on or before July 8th.  A public hearing regarding submitted comments may be held if requested.

PUBLISH: June 28, 2019 19111

 

PUBLIC NOTICE OF GRANT REQUEST AND CALL FOR COMMENT

The Bridger Valley Joint Powers Board is requesting funding for the BVJPB Facilities Replacement Project Project, which is money to repair facilities within the area served by the Board. The cost of the Project is estimated to be $400.000.00, of which $120,000.00 would be provided from the Board’s general funds and $280,000.00 would be requested from the Wyoming Abandoned Land Division Public Facilities Grant. On June 12, 2019 the Board passed a Resolution authorizing the submission of a Grant Application to the AML. Any person wishing to comment on the Board’s AML Grant application should submit such comments in writing via e-mail to [email protected] with the Reference Line “AML Grant” on or before July 8th. A public hearing regarding submitted comments may be held if requested.

PUBLISH: June 28, 2019 19110

 

BRIDGER VALLEY JOINT POWERS BOARD CUSTOMERS

NOTICE OF NEW RATE STRUCTURE

Base Rate (service fee)

FY19 = $21.00    FY - 20 = $25.00

Rate per 1,000 gallons used will be as follows:

Gal. Used  Rate Per 1000 Gal.

     FY19  FY20  1-10,000   3.50  4.00

10,001-20,000    4.00  4.50

20,001-30,000    4.50  5.00

30,001-40,000    5.00  5.50

40,000 +   5.50  6.00

The FY20 rates will take effect on the July 31, 2019 billing. Contact us with questions at 307-782-3130

PUBLISH: June 28, 2019 19117

 

NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING

BRIDGER VALLEY WATER CONSERVANCY DISTRICT BUDGET 2019----2020

Notice is hereby given that a public hearing on the proposed budget of the Bridger Valley Water Conservancy District for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2020, will be held on Monday, July 8, 2019 at 8:00 p.m. at the District office at 609 West 3rd

Street, in Mountain View, Wyoming, at which time any and all persons interested may appear and be heard regarding the Budget.  A summary of the proposed budget is as follows:

SUMMARY OF BUDGET

Budget Appropriations  Amount

Administration Budget  118,800

Operations Budget 96,500

Indirect Costs Budget  11,775

Capital Outlay Budget  42,000

Debt Service Budget   70,000

Total Appropriations   339,075

Depreciation Reserve   40,000

Emergency Reserve 318,860

Total Reserves   358,860

Requirement of 2018-2019 Budget

Water Assessment at $2.50 per acre-ft   112,000

One Mil Ad Valorem Tax 80,000

Kenneth J. Fackrell

BVWCD-Budget Officer

PUBLISH: June 28, July 5, 2019    19120

 

MINUTES

TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW

May 21, 2019   7:00 P.M.

The May 21, 2019 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, Deputy Clerk, Amanda Fraughton, Chief of Police, Brian Sparks and Rick Guild with Public Works.

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

Motion by Bryan Ayres, second by Tori Carter to approve the May 7, 2019 minutes as presented; motion carried.

Motion by Jacob Porter, second by Tori Carter to approve ORDINANCE 2019-3 THE ANNUAL APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2020 on first reading; motion carried.

Motion by Bryan Ayres, second by Jacob Porter to approve ORDINANCE 2019-2 AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING CERTAIN LANDS SITUATE IN THE SE ? NE ? of SECTION 14, TOWNSHIP 15 NORTH, RANGE 115 WEST, 6TH P.M., PURSUANT TO A PETITION FILED WITH THE TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW BY STACEY A. AUGHE, PRESIDENT OF WOODY MANAGEMENT, INC., A WYOMING CLOSE CORPORATION, AS GENERAL PARTNER OF UNION LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, A COLORADO LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, on second reading  motion carried.

Motion by Tori Carter, second by Jacob Porter to approve the parking lot bid from Dave Norris Construction in the amount of $80,420.00; motion carried.

Motion by Gina Tims, second by Bryan Ayres to pay the following bills: Wyatt Branham, Capital Outlay, $485.00; Bridger Valley Pioneer, Publications, $185.00; Bridgerland Carquest, Vehicle Maintenance, $295.21; C.D.’s Electric Inc., Capital Outlay, $938.70; Chemtech-Ford, Water Analysis, $50.00; Colonial Flag, Flags, $140.35; Crum Electric Supply Co., Capital Outlay, $1,961.77; Custom Events, 4th of July, $2,500.00; ESRI, GIS, $1,879.63; First Bankcard, Travel and Workshops, $2,295.15; Amanda Fraughton, Travel, $248.82; Intermountain Sales of Denver, Supplies, $14.95; Long Reimer Winegar, Attorney Fees, $300.00; Maxfield Construction Inc., Contractual, $300.00; Normont Equipment, Maintenance, $2,356.68; Ricoh USA Inc, Copiers Lease and Maintenance, $229.35; WY Association of Municipalities, Workshop Registration, $460.00; motion carried.

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

Scott Dellinger Mayor

ATTEST:

Penny Robbins, Town Clerk

PUBLISH: June 28, 2019 19115

 

 

TOWN OF LYMAN WYOMING

Minutes of the Business Meeting held June 6, 2019

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

Councilman Sill made a motion to approve the agenda as amended, second by Councilwoman Shelton, motion carried unanimously.

Councilwoman Shelton made a motion to approve the minutes of the May 16, 2019 work and business meetings, second by Councilman Hooton, motion carried unanimously.

RESOLUTION # 2019-13 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR COMMUNITIES WITH POPULATION BETWEEN 1,200 AND 5,000.   Councilman Sill made a motion to approve Resolution # 2019-13, second by Councilwoman Shelton, motion carried unanimously.

ORDINANCE NO. 2019-05 AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED “ANNUAL APPROPRIATION BILL FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30,2020” Councilman Hooton made a motion to approve Ordinance No. 2019-05 on the third and final reading, second by Councilwoman Shelton, motion carried unanimously.

Councilman Sill made a motion to authorize the Mayor to award the bid for the loader as presented by the Public Works Director up to $153,000.00, second by Councilman Hooton, motion carried unanimously.

Mayor Pro-Tem Spray asked for an approval to appoint Rowdy Martin to the Planning & Zoning Board.  All voted in favor of this appointment.

Councilwoman Shelton made a motion to approve the Beverage Catering Permit for F & M Liquor at the Heritage Barn on June 15, 2019 second by Councilman Hooton, motion carried unanimously.

Councilman Sill made a motion to approve the Beverage Catering Permit for USANSONS on June 29, 2019 at the Heritage Barn, second by Councilwoman Shelton, motion carried unanimously.

Councilman Hooton made a motion to approve the purchase order for Maxfield Construction in the amount of $10,000.00 second by Councilman Sill,  motion carried unanimously.

Councilman Sill made a motion to approve the following bills: Bradshaw’s Home & Glass – roofing supplies/tires $1,377.33, Brenntag Pacific Inc. – chemicals $1,505.28, BVJP – water purchased $21,650.08, Bug Off Pest Control – pest control $425.00, Chemtech-Ford – samples $326.00, Crum Electric – supplies $232.50, Wyoming Worker Compensation – worker comp $1,845.99, Energy Laboratories – samples $324.00, Harris Law Office – judge contract $1,200.00, Hartford – benefits $226.85, Ricoh USA – copier leases $196,79,

 Mountainland Supply Company – supplies $1,710,19, Great West Trust Company – 457 retirement $900.00, Otis Elevator – service contract $622.38, Peterson Legal Services – attorney contract $3,000.00, Postmaster – postage for utility bills $215.67, Porter’s Firewords – ? of 4th of July fireworks - $4,000.00, Pro Force – guns $5,681.20, Uinta County Public Health – Hepatitis A $15.00, Dominion Energy – utility bill $1,298.43, Real Kleen – janitorial supplies $316.60, Redi Services LLC – paint pavilions $2,000.00, Skaggs Company – uniforms $1,892.95, Tamera Lopez – contract labor $500.00, USA Blue Book – aerator/supplies $10,832.17, United Service and Sales – supplies $84.06, Union Telephone – telephone bill $1,117.79, Webb Computer Consulting – 1,425.00, Westar Printing – Id cards/stickers/driver exchange info $280.04, Wyoming Retirement – retirement plan $11,718.83, Youth Alternative Home – contract service $2,500.00, Timalee $ Jason Duke – water deposit refund $58.59, Aubrey Spray – water deposit refund $115.91, Harmon & Brooke Newhouse – water deposit refund $91.09, Mark & McKenzie Carey – water deposit refund $91.09, Joe Webb – reimbursement for computer supplies $1,360.81, Power Engineering Company – monthly charges $125.00, Jim Levine – games for 4th of July $600.00, second by Councilwoman Shelton,  motion carried unanimously. 

 Councilman Hooton made a motion to adjourn into an Executive Session for potential litigation issues, second by Councilwoman Shelton, motion carried unanimously.

Lisa Bradshaw, Clerk                              

Bronson Berg, Mayor

PUBLISH: June 28, 2019 19112           

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