CALL FOR BIDS
The Board of Trustees, Sublette County School District No. 1 (the Owner) is receiving lump sum sealed proposals for the Pinedale Middle School Partial Reroof. The work is to be awarded under a single Contract.
First copies of the Contract Documents will be on file after February 7th, 2020 and open to public inspection in the office of the Owner, Sublette County School District No. 1, 665 N. Tyler Avenue, Pinedale, WY 82941, and the office of Plan One/Architects, 4020 Dewar Drive, Suite A, Rock Springs, WY 82901 or as posted to Quest Construction Data Network at www.questcdn.com. Paper plans and specifications will not be available, bidders must access the website listed above. Upon request, Plan One/Architects will provide a hyperlink by email with direct access to the host page. Documents may be viewed and downloaded for a fee of $15.00.
A Pre-bid Conference will be held on February 25th, 2020, beginning at 11:00 a.m. Attendees shall meet at the Board Conference Room located at 665 N. Tyler Avenue, Pinedale, WY 82941. This conference will be mandatory for all General and Roofing Contractors wishing to have their bid considered for the work. Sub-contractors and suppliers are welcome (but not required) to attend the pre-bid conference.
All proposals must be accompanied by a Bid Bond or Cashier’s Check in the amount of five percent (5%) of the maximum amount of the proposal. The successful bidder shall provide a 100% Performance and Payment Bond. Preference will be given to Wyoming Contractors as defined by Wyoming Statutes Section 16-6-101, et seq. The bidder is required to comply with all applicable local, state, and federal laws.
The Owner reserves the privilege of rejecting any or all proposals, or waiving any irregularities or formalities in any proposal in the bidding. Submit written proposals to: Board of Trustees, Sublette County School District No. 1, 665 N. Tyler Avenue, Pinedale, WY 82941. Sealed proposals shall be marked “Pinedale Middle School Partial Reroof” and shall state the name of the company bidding on the outside of the envelope. Proposals must be received by 11:00 a.m. on March 4th, 2020. Proposals will not be accepted after this date and time.
Dated: February 3, 2020
Sublette County School District No. 1 Public
Notice #8142 published in the Pinedale Roundup on Feb. 7, 14, 21, 2020
OFFICIAL COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS
JANUARY 21, 2020
The Board of County Commissioners met in regular session in the Commissioners Meeting Room of the Sublette County Courthouse in Pinedale, Wyoming on this date at 9:00 A.M. with David Burnett, Joel Bousman, Mack Rawhouser, Tom Noble, Doug Vickrey, Clayton Melinkovich, Skylar Wilson, Matt Gaffney, Holly Dabb of the Pinedale Roundup and Carrie Long, County Clerk present.
Chairman Burnett led those present in the Pledge of Allegiance.
It was moved by Commissioner Vickrey, seconded by Commissioner Rawhouser to approve the agenda. Motion carried.
Commissioner Vickrey stated he would like the minutes of the preceding meeting to reflect he and Commissioner Noble were instructed to participate in the interview process for the new 4H Extension leader. Commissioner Noble stated he wanted the minutes to reflect his original intent in his motion to set aside 20 Million dollars to be for the Sublette Center. The minutes were approved to reflect the additions and ordered filed on motion by Commissioner Noble, seconded by Commissioner Vickrey. Motion carried.
Billy Pape, Road and Bridge Superintendent, met with the Board to update activities. He stated the roads to the towers had been plowed.
Eric Sackett, representing Rio Verde Engineering, submitted bids to the Board for the Lysimeter Project. R.S. Bennett Construction was the lowest bid. Sackett explained Bennett had worked on the first Lysimeter project. It was moved by Commissioner Bousman, seconded by Commissioner Rawhouser to accept the bid from R.S. Bennett Construction in the amount of $76,677.50. Motion carried with Commissioner Noble abstaining from the vote.
Lee Wright, with FCC Construction, met with the Board with a request to borrow rocks from the county stockpile. Chairman Burnett explained to Wright the County Attorney’s office had advised against the request. He encouraged Wright to seek an alternative solution in the private sector.
Matt Gaffney, County Administrator, met with the Board to discuss several items. The first item was the selection of a County Health Officer. Gaffney stated he had received one letter of intent, coming from Dr. Fitzsimmons. It was moved by Commissioner Noble, seconded by Commissioner Bousman to appoint Dr. Fitzsimmons as the County Health Officer. Motion carried.
Gaffney stated he received submittals from Forsgren and Associates and from Jorgensen Associates PC for the Owner’s Representative. It was moved by Commissioner Bousman, seconded by Commissioner Noble to stay with Forsgren and Associates. Motion carried 4 to 1, with Commissioner Vickrey voting nay.
Gaffney stated he received submittals from Rio Verde Engineering and Jorgensen Associates PC for the Road Engineering Consultant. It was moved by Commissioner Noble, seconded by Commissioner Bousman to stay with Rio Verde Engineering. Motion carried.
Gaffney stated Jorgensen had completed Phase One of Hoback Ranches Grant with a recommendation of increasing the number of culverts to be installed. Brian Gray was present to answer questions. He was instructed by the Board to prioritize the list and stay within the original budget.
Jerimiah Rieman, Executive Director for the Wyoming County Commissioners Association, joined the Board by telephone to discuss the County Employee Group Proposal for Workers’ Compensation. It was moved by Commissioner Bousman, seconded by Commissioner Rawhouser to adopt the proposed resolution and enter into agreement with WCCA regarding the proposed Workers’ Compensation consolidation. Motion carried.
Michael Christie, Information Technology Administrator, and Sterling Schull from Wazitech, met with the Board to discuss live streaming meetings. Christie was instructed to find out what other counties were doing.
Christie informed the Board he needed to purchase 6 additional computers from the Unforeseen Expense line item. The Board had no objections.
Clint Gilchrist, Museum of the Mountain Man, Ann Noble, and Jim Gehlhausen met with the Board to discuss the Sublette County Centennial coming up in 2021-2023. They requested the Board lead the effort by hiring a coordinator. They were instructed by the Board to return in one month with recommendations on a committee and job description of coordinator.
Commissioner Bousman was excused from the meeting for a conference call.
Matt Murdock, Abram Pearce and Josh Wilson, Town of Pinedale, met with the Board, along with County Sanitarian, Alan Huston, to discuss the Orcutt Seep and the manner in which it is drained. Huston was instructed to consult with DEQ regarding permitting and further recommendations.
Commissioner Bousman returned to the meeting.
It was moved by Commissioner Noble, seconded by Commissioner Rawhouser to approve Accounts Payable. Motion carried.
307 TIRE LLC 1,640.00 / ABI 498.80 / ADAMSON POLICE PRODUCTS 70.91 ALDER ENVIRONMENTAL LLC 3,292.50 / ALLIED 100 LLC 266.58 ALL AMERICAN FUEL COMPANY, INC. 554.32 / IAN ALLEN 378.08 / AMERIGAS 4,369.96 ANIMAL CLINIC OF PINEDALE PC 516.75 / ASPEN TRAVEL 630.40 A TO Z HARDWARE 602.45 / AXIS FORENSIC TOXICOLOGY, INC. 340.00 MARYLISA BAXLEY 805.47 / BELVEAL’S SIGNS 24.96 / TRAVIS BING 160.00 BLACK MOUNTAIN RENTALS INC 50.00 / B-N-C TRASH SERVICE INC. 1,959.00 BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 515.41 / BOBCAT OF THE BIG HORN BASIN 221.02 BOMGAARS 105.83 / BOULDER VETERINARY CLINIC 234.75 / BRIANNE BROWER 53.41 BUCKY’S OUTDOOR, L.L.C. 951.19 / BURNEY & COMPANY 20.55 DAVID BURNETT, M.D. 93.60 / BUTTARS TRACTOR TREMONTON INC 328.18 BYU-IDAHO 175.00 / CALIBRE PRESS - LIFELINE 507.00 / CAROLINA SOFTWARE 450.00 CENTURYLINK 4,745.53 / MICHAEL CHRISTIE 161.38 / CIVIC PLUS 4,812.19 CHILDREN’S LEARNING CENTER 110,000.00 / CMC 264.00 COMPRESSION LEASING SERVICES, INC. 3,722.90 / CONRAD & BISCHOFF INC. 40,016.38 COOPER, SHAD 102.00 / COUNTRY LANE GAS & GROCERIES 146.81 CASSIE CRUMPTON 81.31 / CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN LLC 4,600.87 DE LAGE LANDEN FINANCIAL 151.80 / DELL MARKETING LP 5,212.41 DENNIS SUPPLY COMPANY 3,196.90 / DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 318.88 WY DEPT OF REVENUE 39.23 / DIRECTV 228.23 / DJ’S GLASS PLUS 440.00 D. SWAIN DESIGN 1,779.00 / DUSTBUSTERS, INC. 38,720.51 EAGLE UNIFORM & SUPPLY CO. 665.90 / JASON ESSINGTON 150.00 FASTENAL COMPANY 871.62 / F.B.MCFADDEN WHOLESALE 384.00 / FLEETPRIDE 4,932.56 FREEDOM FIGHTERS 418.00 / GALLS, LLC 706.12 GOVERNMENT FINANCE OFFICERS ASSOC. 1,305.00 / GLACIER 2 GROUNDWATER 300.00 GLAXOSMITHKLINE PHARMACEUTICALS 1,440.60 / MARIANA GREEN 16.79 HAMPTON INN - RIVERTON 1,410.00 / JUSTIN HAYS 38.21 HIGH COUNTRY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH 9,885.00 / HEIMAN INC 57,268.00 HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS CASPER 94.00 / HOBACK LAW LLC 1,901.00 HONNEN EQUIPMENT CO. 10,440.07 / IAFC MEMBERSHIP 265.00 INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR 50.00 / ID VILLE 347.46 INTERSTATE BATTERIES OF 1,365.50 / J. J. KELLER 615.68 JOHNSON HYDRAULICS, INC. 792.00 / K2 SPORTS LLC 103.74 / ANGELA KOLIS 25.95 KOMATSU EQUIPMENT 376.97 / ROBERT LAING 50.00 / LBISAT LLC 246.00 L. N. CURTIS & SONS 1,509.41 / LOS CABOS 75.63 / LOWER VALLEY ENERGY 266.24 M & M TRANSFER INC. 8,930.14 / MIDWAY MALL 264.08 / JAMES MITCHELL 159.33 MMSGS 337.22 / MODERN PRINTING COMPANY 193.17 / MOOSELY MAILBOXES 47.81 TODD MORGAN 228.07 / MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS, INC. 3,863.72 MOUNTAIN ALARM/WATCHGUARD 984.00 / MSC INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY 1,727.18 MERCK SHARP & DOHME CORP. 5,299.92 / MOUNTAIN WEST ELECTRIAL SERVICES, 15,740.00 POWER WIPER 189.00 / TOM NOBLE 100.44 / NUTECH SPECIALTIES INC 776.94 OFFICE ALLY 35.00 / OFFICE OUTLET 375.10 / PACIFIC STEEL & RECYCLING 28.82 EMILY PARAVICINI 20.75 / PERFORMANCE TECH, LLC 904.00 PETERBILT OF WYOMING 3,724.91 / PREVENTIVE HEALTH AND SAFETY 118.00 PINEDALE AUTO SUPPLY 5,019.65 / PINEDALE GLASS & MORE 369.60 PINEDALE LUMBER 661.96 / PINEDALE ROUNDUP 2,074.44 POC NETWORK TECHNOLOGIES 144.00 / PORTER LEE CORPORATION 1,503.00 PROACTIVE PHYSICAL THERAPY 520.00 / PREMIER SITE DEVELOPMENT, LLC 61,916.25 CHRIS WEBB 2,087.69 / QUILL CORPORATION 557.93 / REBEL AUTO PARTS 3,165.44 REDWOOD TOXICOLOGY LABORATORY 363.00 / RENDEZVOUS POINTE 20,369.00 RIDLEY’S FAMILY MARKETS 431.50 / RIVERA LODGE 245.00 ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 16,457.00 / ROCKY MOUNTAIN WASH, LLC 50.25 ROCKY MOUNTAIN YETI PINEDALE 1,624.64 / ROCK SPRINGS WINNELSON 1,331.29 SAFETY SUPPLY & SIGN CO. INC 140.81 / SALTUS TECHNOLOGIES, LLC 5,900.00 S.A.M. SERVICES, LLC 1,449.00 / SATCOM GLOBAL 277.05 SUBLETTE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 2,578.50 / DON SCHOOLEY 50.00 SCOTT, TRISHA 1,028.73 / SUBLETTE COUNTY RURAL HEALTH 1,500.00 SHADOW MOUNTAIN WATER OF WY 74.50 / MEGAN SMITH 80.00 / STITCHIN POST 1,325.00 SUBLETTE COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 3,262.00 / SUBLETTE PUMP SERVICE 60.00 KENNA TANNER 1,067.00 / TEAM LABORATORY CHEMICAL, LLC 2,617.00 TEGELER & ASSOCIATES 5,759.00 / TETON TOOLS LLC 1,852.00 THOMSON REUTERS-WEST 1,634.13 / THE TIRE DEN, INC. 3,394.22 THE MASTER’S TOUCH, LLC 1,370.02 / TOWN OF MARBLETON 208.16 TOWN OF PINEDALE 1,755.25 / TRANSFER FLOW, INC. 3,448.10 / TRACTOR SALES 168.92 TRI-STATE TRUCK & EQUIPMENT INC 4,635.52 / KARSON TURNER 54.74 TETON YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES 45,000.00 / ULINE 7,186.84 UNION TELEPHONE 896.85 / USIQ,INC. 271.80 / VALLEY WIDE COOPERATIVE 181.79 VERIZON WIRELESS 395.10 / TESS VRSKA 80.50 / WATTS STEAM STORE, INC. 1,216.05 WAXIE SANITARY SUPPLY 79.08 / WAZITECH TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS 6,850.00 WYOMING DEPT OF AGRICULTURE 50.00 / KONRA WILLIAMS 500.00 WILDRED SERVICES 1,300.00 / WIND RIVER WEB SERVICES LLC 200.00 WIRELESS ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS, 20,186.27 / WIND RIVER BREWING CO. 349.92 WYOMING MACHINERY COMPANY 3,743.58 / WYOMING.COM 10.00 WYOMING NEWSPAPERS INC 43.00 / WYOMING WATERWORKS, LLC 21.50 XEROX CORPORATION 4,023.46
It was moved by Commissioner Bousman, seconded by Commissioner Rawhouser to adopt previously approved Resolution No. 20-100377B. Motion carried.
It was moved by Commissioner Noble, seconded by Commission Bousman to approve the Circuit Court Magistrate Appointment of Christopher Leigh. Motion carried 4 to 1 with Commissioner Vickrey voting nay.
It was moved by Commissioner Noble, seconded by Commissioner Rawhouser to approve the following Bonds:
1) Elizabeth N. Cheeney, Bookkeeper, Sublette County Recreation Board
2) Tyler Bergien, Treasurer, Boulder Lake Ranch Road Improvement
3) Keith Gingery, Treasurer, BOCES, Region V
4) Sandra Wright, Treasurer, Redstone Upper Green River Improvement District
5) Debbie Vickrey, Treasurer, Boulder Irrigation District. Noble, Rawhouser. Motion carried
Jeness Saxton, Assessor, met with the Board with several notices of valuation changes resulting in a net reduction of tax in the amount of $1800.
Commissioner Noble said he continues to meet with the Lee Ditch group. He said he had traveled to Cheyenne with Fire Warden, Shad Cooper, to support the fire and road and bridge project request. He stated they attended the State Land Investment Board hearings and had received $1 million grant for the project. It was moved by Commissioner Vickrey, seconded by Commissioner Bousman to instruct Cooper to accept the money and move forward with the getting bids for the project. Motion carried.
Commissioner Vickrey had nothing to report
Commissioner Rawhouser had nothing to report.
Commissioner Bousman said will be participating in a conference call, along with Shad Cooper, regarding the Good Neighbor Authority. He stated Shad Cooper had been appointed to the State Fire Advisory Board. He also stated the appointment reflects the state wide recognition of Cooper’s leadership abilities.
Kevin Garvey – Sublette County School #9, Superintendent, met with the Board to thank them for the donation of the truck mounted sander.
Chairman Burnett addressed the Board regarding the adoption of Procedure Rules. He directed Clerk, Carrie Long, to order a copy of Standard Code of Parliamentary Procedure for each Commissioner.
Adjourned 2:15 P.M.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
SUBLETTE COUNTY, WYOMING
/s/ David Burnett, Chairman
/s/ Carrie S. Long, County Clerk
Notice #8143 published in the Pinedale Roundup on Feb. 14, 2020
The Wyoming Public Service Commission (Commission) approved the Application of Rocky Mountain Power (RMP or the Company) for authority to revise its tariff schedules 70 and 72 to increase the Blue Sky block size from 100 to 200 kilowatt hours (kWh), effective on and after January 1, 2020. The proposed revision responds to growing customer demand for renewable energy and aligns the Company’s tariffs with current market conditions. The Commission’s approval is subject to notice, protest, intervention, refund, change, further investigation, opportunity for hearing and further order of the Commission.
On November 7, 2019, RMP submitted its Application requesting authority to revise tariff Schedules 70 and 72 to increase the Blue Sky Block value from 100 to 200 kWh. Participation in the Blue Sky program is optional for Wyoming customers who want to offset their energy usage requirements with renewable energy by purchasing blocks of bundled renewable energy certificates (RECs). Tariff 70 and 72 define RECs and the types of renewable energy sources underlying the RECs. Customers purchase RECs to ensure they are renewable energy users. The Company then retires those purchased RECs on the customer’s behalf and maintains Green-E certification of the Blue Sky program. Currently, the Company’s tariff defines “Blocks” as 100 kWh of renewable energy. The Company requests the Block value increase to 200 kWh of renewable energy. Customers will continue to have the right to purchase as many Blocks as they would like.
This is not a complete description of RMP’s Application. The Application is on file with the Commission at its offices in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and at RMP’s Wyoming business offices. The Application is available for inspection by any interested person during regular business hours or online at: http://psc.state.wy.us/.
Anyone desiring to file a statement, intervention petition, protest or request for a public hearing in this matter must file in writing with the Commission on or before March 4, 2020. A proposed intervention or request for hearing must set forth the grounds under which they are made and the position and interest of the petitioner in this proceeding. Please mention Docket No. 20000-571-ET-19 (Record No. 15388) in your communications.
If you wish to intervene in this matter or request a public hearing that you will attend, or want to make a statement, a protest or a public comment, and you require reasonable accommodation for a disability, please contact the Commission at (307) 777-7427, or write to the Commission at 2515 Warren Avenue, Suite 300, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002, to make arrangements. Communications-impaired persons may also contact the Commission by accessing Wyoming Relay at 711.
Dated: February 4, 2020.
Notice #8144 published in the Pinedale Roundup on Feb. 14, 21, 2020
STATE OF WYOMING )
COUNTY OF SUBLETTE )§
TOWN OF PINEDALE )
The Town Council of the Town of Pinedale met in regular session on Monday, January 27, 2020 in the Commissioners Room of the Sublette County Courthouse.
The meeting was called to order by Mayor Matt Murdock at 6:00 p.m. Council members present: Tyler Swafford, Dean Loftus, and Judi Boyce. Those in attendance included: K.C. Lehr, representing Sublette County Sheriff’s Office; Brian Gray, representing Jorgensen Associates; Wes Werbelow, representing T-O Engineers; Lance Biffle, representing Teletractors Incorporated; Aaron Seehafer, representing Rio Verde Engineering; Arlinda McLaughlin, Nicole Thiele, and Diana Trapp, representing Sage & Snow Garden Club; Tim Ruland, representing Pinedale Fine Arts Council; Abram Pearce, Town employee; Holly Dabb, representing the Pinedale Roundup, Max Lockett, and Town Attorney, Ed Wood.
Mayor Murdock led those present in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Motion by Councilman Loftus to approve the minutes of the January 13, 2020 council meeting. Seconded by Councilwoman Boyce. Motion passed 4-0.
Motion by Councilman Swafford to amend the agenda to include E10, Soda Ash purchase in the amount of $4,815.53 and H3, Payroll and Benefits approval. Seconded by Councilwoman Boyce. Motion passed 4-0.
Sheriff KC Lehr reported on calls for service for December and January as well as upcoming regional events.
Arlinda McLaughlin, Nicole Thiele and Diana Trapp presented the 2020 Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Sage & Snow Garden Club and Town of Pinedale in the amount of $4,446. The approval will be re-addressed in fiscal year 2021. All members of the council were supportive of continuing the program.
Motion by Councilman Swafford to waive the park fees and deposits for the Pinedale Fine Arts Council’s Summer Soundcheck Music series on June 27, July 4, July 17 or July 18, July 31 or August 1, and August 7 or August 8, 2020. Seconded by Councilwoman Boyce. Motion passed 4-0.
Motion by Councilman Swafford to publish the Notice of Vacancy for the council seat vacated by John Paravicini. Seconded by Councilman Loftus. Motion passed 4-0.
Motion by Councilman Swafford to approve the construction bid from Teletractors Incorporated for the Pinedale Events & Infrastructure (Dump & Fill) in the amount of $256,480 and authorize the Mayor to sign. Seconded by Councilwoman Boyce. Motion passed 4-0.
Motion by Councilwoman Boyce to approve Amendment No. 5 to the five-year generalized engineering agreement between the Town of Pinedale and T-O Engineering for the Ralph Wenz Field Rehabilitate Runway 11-29 Design Project in the amount of $291,594 and authorize the Mayor to sign. Seconded by Councilman Swafford. Motion passed 4-0.
Motion by Councilman Swafford to approve and authorize the Mayor to sign the Independent Fee Estimate results of record for the Airport North GA Apron Reconstruction. Seconded by Councilman Loftus. Motion passed 4-0.
Motion by Councilman Swafford to approve and authorize the Mayor to sign the pay request from HK Contractors, Inc. in the amount of $553,788.88 for purchasing and hauling of aggregate in preparation for the North GA Apron Reconstruction project at Ralph Wenz Field. Seconded by Councilman Loftus. Motion passed 4-0.
Motion by Councilman Loftus to approve and authorize the Mayor to sign the pay request from T-O Engineers in the amount of $3,289.81 for the North GA Apron Reconstruction Project. Seconded by Councilman Swafford. Motion passed 4-0.
Abram Pearce presented information on the Lee Ditch Orcutt Hill seepage testing results. Town staff and County Public Health will continue to test the Lee Ditch seepage.
Motion by Councilwoman Boyce to approve the purchase of Errors and Omissions insurance for the Town of Pinedale in house laboratory in the amount of $2,734.14 and allow the opening of the Town of Pinedale in-house laboratory to the public at the discretion of the Department of Public Works Director. Seconded by Councilman Swafford. Motion passed 4-0.
Motion by Councilman Swafford moved to approve the purchase of soda ash from Brenntag Pacific in the amount of $4,815.53. Seconded by Councilman Loftus. Motion passed 4-0.
Council reviewed the Municipal Court report for December 2019.
Council reviewed the Capital Improvement Projects, Public Works, Water and Wastewater, and Planning and Zoning reports for January 2020.
Council reviewed the minutes of the December 4, 2019 Pinedale Airport Board meeting.
Council reviewed the PTTC Report for January 2020.
Motion by Councilman Swafford to approve Ordinance 661 on first read; Amending Chapter 460, of the Pinedale Municipal Code in its entirety. Seconded by Councilwoman Boyce. Motion passed 4-0.
The following bills were presented for payment: A to Z Hardware, $80.41; Amerigas, $1,152.01; Brenntag Pacific, Inc., $14,265.50; Centurylink, $2,559.91; Conrad & Bischoff Inc., $959.24; Crum Electric Supply Co., $710.18; Energy Laboratories, $204.00; Flowright Plumbing & Heating, $210.00; General Code, $799.93; Grainger, $514.97; Honnen Equipment Co., $601.73; Hughes Enterprises, Inc., $665.00; IIMC, $330.00; JVA, Incorporated, $1,913.00; M & M Transfer, $99.00; MHL Systems, $1,515.00; Office Outlet, $367.54; One-Call Of Wyoming, $27.25; Pinedale Roundup Roughneck, $1,061.63; Quill Corporation, $130.58; Rebel Auto Parts, $95.31; Rio Verde Engineering, Inc., $736.25; Rocky Mountain Wash, $8.00; Safety Supply & Sign Co., Inc., $84.60; Savvy Bee, $1,312.92; Stitchin Post, $10.00; Sto-Cote Products, Inc., $3,193.22; Sunrise Engineering, $866.50; The Tire Store, $20.00; Town of Pinedale Water/Sewer, $701.87; Tri-County Sanitation, Inc., $41.00; Uline, $238.35; Union Telephone Company, Inc., $444.60; Upper Case Printing, Ink, $342.93; USA Blue Book, $587.25; Verizon Wireless, $333.38; WY Water Quality & Pollution, $330.00; WYDOT, $28,574.98
Motion by Councilwoman Boyce to approve the bills in the amount of $66,088.04 payable with checks 25954-25991. Seconded by Councilman Swafford. Motion passed 4-0.
Council reviewed the quarterly financial report for the second quarter of fiscal year 2020.
Motion by Councilman Swafford to approve payroll and benefits for January 31, 2020. Seconded by Councilman Loftus. Motion passed 4-0.
Motion by Councilwoman Boyce to adjourn. Seconded by Councilman Loftus. Motion passed 4-0. The meeting was adjourned at 7:31 p.m.
Matt W. Murdock, Mayor
Maureen Rudnick, Clerk/Treasurer
Notice #8145 published in the Pinedale Roundup on Feb. 14, 2020
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Take notice that the Town of Pinedale will hold a public hearing at 6:00 P.M., or as soon thereafter as the matter shall be heard, on February 24, 2020 to consider the realignment of the 2019-2020 budget for the Town of Pinedale at the Commissioner’s Room of the Sublette County Courthouse located at 21 South Tyler Avenue.
Notice #8146 published in the Pinedale Roundup on Feb. 14, 21, 2020
ABANDONED VEHICLE NOTICE
MAKE Millenium MODEL Trailer
DATE & TIME OF SALE 6 Monte Vista Rd, Cora 82925, 02-18-2020 10 AM
Notice #8147 published in the Pinedale Roundup on Feb. 14, 21, 2020