3/29/2019 Pinedale Roundup legal notices


INVITATION FOR BIDS

  1. FREMONT AVENUE REHABILITATION PROJECT

Sealed Bids are requested for work described in the project manual for the S. Fremont Avenue Rehabilitation Project for the Town of Pinedale, Wyoming, prepared by and available from Rio Verde Engineering, 804 Hoback Street, P.O. Box 642, Pinedale, Wyoming 82941, 307-367-2826.

Bids will be received by the Town of Pinedale, located at 69 Pinedale South Road, Pinedale, Wyoming, until 2:00 pm local time on April 16, 2019 at which time said Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud.

This project consists of 1,154 LF of 8” DI waterline, 309 LF of 8” PVC sewerline, 2 manholes, 1,187 TN crushed base, 2,577 SY 3” asphalt street patch, concrete replacements, and miscellaneous appurtenances.

The procurement will be subject to the “Use of American Iron and Steel” requirements as contained in Public Law 115-141, the “Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2018”. Pursuant to W.S.16-6-106, “preference is hereby given to materials, supplies, agricultural products, equipment, machinery and provisions produced, manufactured, or grown in Wyoming, or supplied by a resident of the state, quality being equal to articles offered by the competitors outside of the state”.  Davis Bacon wages shall apply to this project.

Qualified Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs) are encouraged to submit bids on this project.  Bidders that use a subcontractor(s)/supplier(s) are required to make a good faith effort at soliciting DBE subcontractor/supplier participation.  Bidders shall submit the required DBE Good Faith Effort Documentation form and other related forms with their bids.

A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be conducted on April 3, 2019 at 10 AM in the Lovatt Room of the Pinedale Library located at 155 S. Tyler Ave. in Pinedale.

Bidders shall be required to accompany each bid with a Bid Bond with sufficient surety payable to the Town of Pinedale for at least 10 percent of the total amount of the Bid.  The bond shall be forfeited as liquidated damages, if the Bidder, upon the letting of the contract to him, fails to enter into the contract within 30 days after it is presented to him for that purpose or fails to proceed with the performance of the contract.  The Bid Bond shall be retained by the Town of Pinedale until proper bond to secure performance of the contract has been filed and approved.  All the above will be in accordance with 15-1-113 and 16-6-101 to 121, Wyoming Statute, 2017.

The right is reserved by the Town of Pinedale to reject any and all Bids, and to waive any irregularity or informality in the bidding.  Bids may not be withdrawn for thirty days after the date of opening.

TOWN OF PINEDALE

Dated this 12st day of March, 2019.

Public Notice #7817 published in the Pinedale Roundup on March 15, 22, 29, 2019

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL

ADVERTISEMENT FOR PROPOSAL

PROJECT: SUBLETTE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT # 1 PINEDALE HIGH SCHOOL ADA RAMPS 2018

OWNER:

Sublette County School District # 1

665 N Tyler Ave.

P.O. Box 549

Pinedale, Wyoming 82941

BID DATE: April 29, 2019

BID TIME: Time 4:00 PM MST

Sublette County School District # 1 in Pinedale, WY is seeking to replace the stairs on the east end of Pinedale High School with ADA compliant ramps.  Bids will be received at the Sublette County School District # 1 Business Office located at 665 N. Tyler Ave., in Pinedale, WY 82941.

RESPONSES WILL BE OPENED 4:00 P.M., Monday April 29, 2019, in the Business Office.  LATE SUBMISSIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

Request for Proposal criteria and specifications, construction drawings and details may be obtained from the District’s website at http://www.sub1.org/business-finance-89ce0f2d or by contacting the Business Office.  Questions pertaining to the project should be directed to Gregg Anderson. The District shall not be responsible for any oral instructions. Any changes to the RFP will be in the form of an addendum, which will be furnished to all registered RFP holders.

All bids will be evaluated pursuant to Wyoming State Statues 16-6-102 Resident Contractors; 16-6-203, Resident Labor; and Wyoming State Statutes Chapter 16, Article 7 on Construction Contracts.  In addition, pursuant to Wyoming State Statues 16-6-104, and 16-6-106, preference is hereby given to materials, supplies, equipment, machinery and provisions produced, manufactured, supplied or grown in Wyoming, quality being equal to articles offered by the competitors outside of the state.

The District reserves the right to waive irregularities and informalities in the bidding or in any bid, reject any or all bids without further obligation and to accept any bid deemed in the best interest of Sublette County School District # 1. The District does not bind itself in any way to accept the low bid.  All proposals will be evaluated as outlined in the bid documents.

Public Notice #7819 published in the Pinedale Roundup on March 22, 29, 2019

 

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

SUBLETTE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT #1

HIGH SCHOOL HALLWAY ABATEMENT PROJECT

Jorgensen Associates Project No. 19608

Notice is hereby given that the Board of Trustees of Sublette County School District #1, 665 N. Tyler Avenue, Pinedale, Wyoming 82941, hereinafter referred to as the “Owner” will receive sealed bids at the office of Sublette County School District No. 1, located at 665 N. Tyler Avenue, Pinedale, Wyoming 82941 up to but not later than 3:30 P.M. MDT on Monday April 22, 2019:

REMOVAL AND DISPOSAL OF ASBESTOS-CONTAINING

BUILDING MATERIALS FROM PINEDALE HIGH SCHOOL HALLWAY

The project consists of the removal and disposal of floor and mastic from Pinedale High School. The project shall be awarded under one General Contract and will include all labor, materials, equipment and services necessary to perform all work to complete the project as shown on the drawings.

A mandatory, pre-bid conference and walk-through has been scheduled on Monday, April 8, 2019, 3:30 PM MDT at the Pinedale High School, 101 East Hennick, Pinedale, Wyoming. Representatives of the Owner will be present to discuss the project. Bid Documents will be available at the pre-bid conference and walk-through. All inquiries regarding this project should be directed to Steve Harrington, Jorgensen Associates, (307)413-6510 or [email protected] for asbestos removal and Eugene Ninnie, Jorgensen Associates (307)367-6548 ex 218 [email protected] for carpet install.

The envelope containing the sealed bids shall be clearly marked to indicate that it is a proposal for the above-named project and shall show the name and address of the bidder. Such proposals will be received by the Owner and will be opened and publicly read aloud at the above-stated times. Each proposal must conform and be responsible to all pertinent Project Drawings and acknowledge receipt of all the addendums to the project.

No bidder may withdraw his proposal for a period of thirty (30) days after the scheduled closing time for the receipt of proposals.

Preference shall be given to Wyoming laborers and materials as required by the Wyoming Statutes 1977, Section 16-6-104. Preference shall be given to Wyoming Contractors as defined by Wyoming Statues 1977, Section 16-6-101, in accordance with the provisions of Section 16-6-102. Attention is also called to the provision of Section 16-6-103 with respect to subcontractors by a successful resident bidder. Attention is also called to the provisions of Wyoming Statures, 1977, Section 16-6-201 – 206.

The Owner reserves the privilege of rejecting any or all proposals, or waiving any irregularities or formalities in any proposals or in the bidding.

Public Notice #7820 published in the Pinedale Roundup on March 22, 29, 2019

 

PUBLIC NOTICE

The Sublette County Clerk’s Office will be conducting voter registration at the Sublette County Library in the Lovatt Room in Pinedale, Wyoming from Noon to 1:00 PM on Thursday, April 4, 2019.  If you wish to register you will need either your Wyoming Driver’s License number or the last four digits of your Social Security number.  In addition, you will need to present a valid government issued photo identification.

/s/ Carrie S. Long, County Clerk

Public Notice #7828 published in the Pinedale Roundup on March 29, 2019

 

Western Wyoming Community College offers a wide variety of marketable, high quality degree and certificate programs. Programs include Welding, Nursing, Automotive Technology, Engineering, Math, History, Social Work, Dance, Theater, English, Business Information Systems and more! Admission into Nursing is competitive and based upon the ATI TEAS testing, grade point average, and completion of prerequisite classes.  All other degree and certificate programs require a high school diploma or equivalency (HISET).  Prospective students who do not currently meet admissions criteria may sign up with Western’s Learning Center to work towards a high school equivalency certificate.

Western Wyoming Community College is an Equal Opportunity institution, and as such, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, disability or veteran status in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its educational programs or activities.

For inquiries concerning Title VI, Title IX, Section 504, ADA , or to access grievance procedures, contact Dr. Philip Parnell, Vice President for Student Services, Western Wyoming Community College, 2500 College Drive, Rock Springs, WY 82901, phone: (307) 382-1748 or Office for Civil Rights, Denver Office, US Department of Education, Cesar E Chavez Memorial Building, Suite 310, 1244 Spear Avenue Blvd., Denver, CO 80204-3582, (303) 844-5695, Fax: (303) 844-4303 or TDD (303) 844-3417 or the Wyoming Labor Standards Department, 1510 East Pershing Blvd., Cheyenne, WY 82002 (307) 777-7261

Western Wyoming Community College ofrece una amplia variedad de programas de títulos y certificados de alta calidad comercializables. ¡Los programas incluyen soldadura, enfermería, tecnología automotriz, ingeniería, matemáticas, historia, trabajo social, danza, teatro, inglés, sistemas de información empresarial y más! La admisión a la enfermería es competitiva y se basa en las pruebas ATI TEAS, el promedio de calificaciones y la finalización de las clases de requisitos previos. Todos los demás programas de grado y certificado requieren un diploma de escuela secundaria o equivalencia (HISET). Los futuros estudiantes que actualmente no cumplen con los criterios de admisión pueden inscribirse en el Centro de Aprendizaje de Western para trabajar para obtener un certificado de equivalencia de escuela secundaria.

Western Wyoming Community College es una institución de igualdad de oportunidades y, como tal, no discrimina por motivos de raza, color, nacionalidad, sexo, edad, religión, discapacidad o estado de veterano en la admisión, el acceso, el tratamiento o el empleo en, Sus programas o actividades educativas.

Para si tiene preguntas sobre el Título VI, Título IX, Sección 504, ADA, o para acceder a los procedimientos de quejas, comuníquese con Dr. Philip Parnell, Vicepresidente de Servicios Estudiantiles, Western Wyoming Community College, 2500 College Drive, Rock Springs, WY 82901, teléfono: (307) 382 -1748 o la Oficina de Derechos Civiles, Oficina de Denver, Departamento de Educación de los EE. UU., Cesar E Chavez Memorial Building, Suite 310, 1244 Spear Avenue Blvd., Denver, CO 80204-3582, (303) 844-5695, Fax: (303) 844-4303 o TDD (303) 844-3417 o el Departamento de Normas Laborales de Wyoming, 1510 East Pershing Blvd., Cheyenne, WY 82002 (307) 777-7261.

Public Notice #7829 published in the Pinedale Roundup on March 29, 2019

 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Notice is hereby given of a public hearing on the proposed transfer of the following funds:

Unanticipated General Fund Revenue

     218,736.32

Depreciation Reserve- Ag & Fair Capital

     15,000.00

Depreciation Reserve - communications & IT              30,000.00

County Commissioners - New Vehicle Reserve   10,100.00

Assessor-New Vehicle Reserve 6,000.00

Recycling - Equipment Reserve     5,000.00

Planning & Zoning - New Vehicle Reserve           1,500.00

Detention - New Vehicle Reserve   12,000.00

Communications-Equipment Reserve            20,000.00

Law Envorcement - New Vehicle Reserve             150,000.00

Search & Rescue - New Vehicle Reserve             16,000.00

Search & Rescue - ATV, Snowmobile Reserve         15,000.00

Search & Rescue - Dive, Swiftwater Reserve              2,000.00

Coroner- New Vehicle Reserve 7,750.00

Road & Bridge - Heavy Equipment Reserve           500,000.00

Waste Management - Equipment Reserve              50,000.00

Emergency Management - New Vehicle Reserve   20,000.00

Emergency Management - Small Equipment Reserve     25,000.00

Extension - New Vehicle Reserve   2,000.00

Fairgrounds - New Vehicle Reserve 10,000.00

Extension - 4H Expense 166.00

Maintenance - Medical Expense     140.00

Law Enforcement - Medical Expense 240.00

Detention - Medical Expense 80.00

Unanticipated Fire Revenue  250,580.24

Fire Warden - Physical Exams 4,815.00

     Total: 1,372,107.56

To supplement the following funds in the amounts shown:

County Health - Health Fair 3,415.00

County Health - Vaccine     1,860.00

Fairgrounds - Utilities     166.00

Fairgrounds - Projects 15,000.00

General Fund - Broadband    30,000.00

Road & Bridge - Laborer Salary    12,586.80

County Attorney - Prosecution & Defense           2,141.75   Detention - Training   249.00     General Fund - Roosevelt Fire Damage                        121,360.02 General Fund - Skyline Rocks 1,971.00   General Fund - Scholarships     2,000.00

General Fund - Hoback Ranches Grant Match

     63,697.31 Maintenance - Health Care Building 16,666.66

Law Enforcement - Criminal Investigation               6,852.49 Law Enforcement - Investigation Equipment                                      244.00     Law Enforcement - Office Supplies 50.00      Planning & Zoning - Office Supplies    12.50      Road & Bridge - County Projects   390.00    Road & Bridge - Materials     41.21      Road & Bridge - Office Supplies   46.96      Road & Bridge - Parts  800.00

Road & Bridge - Vehicle Maintenance 8,111.12

Treatment Court - Testing / Supplies    1,763.30   Equipment Reserve 852,350.00 Fire - Wildland Fire Payroll     194,197.97 Fire - Wildland Fire Expenses     21,732.20 Fire - Apparatus Purchase   10,000.00 Fire - Dues / Subscriptions   332.01     Fire - Prevention 790.47     Fire - Retirement 2,910.00 Fire - Utilities     369.79          Total: 1,372,107.56

The said hearing will be held in the Commisioners’ Meeting Room of the Sublette County Courthouse in Pinedale, Wyoming, on the 2nd of April, 2019, at 11:15 am, at which time any and all persons interested may appear and be heard respecting such transfer of funds.

Dated this 21st day of March, 2019, at Pinedale, Wyoming.

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS    

SUBLETTE COUNTY, WYOMING   

/s /David Burnett, Chairman

Attest:

/s/ Carrie S. Long, County Clerk

Public Notice #7830 published in the Pinedale Roundup on March 29, 2019       

 

PROJECT:

 PINEDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT 2019

OWNER:

Sublette County School District # 1

665 N. Tyler Ave.

Pinedale, Wyoming 82941

BID DATE: Tuesday, April 22, 2019

BID TIME: Time 4:00 PM MT

Sublette County School District # 1 in Pinedale, WY is seeking a qualified professional assistance to design and install playground equipment for the Pinedale Elementary School located at 3040 Bloomfield Ave, Pinedale, WY.  Letters of Interest with Qualifications will be received at the Sublette County School District # 1 Business Office located at 665 N. Tyler Ave., in Pinedale, WY 82941.

LETTERS OF INTEREST WILL BE OPENED 4:00 P.M., Monday April 22, 2019, at the Business Office.  LATE SUBMISSIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

Request for Qualifications criteria and specifications, drawings and details may be obtained and downloaded from the Sublette County School District No.1 Web Site www.sub1.org.org at Departments/Business and Operations/Documents/Request for Proposals or by contacting Vern R. McAdams, Director of Business and Operations at 307-367-5510.  Questions pertaining to the project should be directed to Vern R. McAdams. District shall not be responsible for any oral instructions. Any changes to the RFQ will be in the form of an addendum, which will be furnished to all registered RFQ holders.

All bids will be evaluated pursuant to Wyoming State Statues 16-6-102 Resident Contractors; 16-6-203, Resident Labor; and Wyoming State Statutes Chapter 16, Article 7 on Construction Contracts.  In addition, pursuant to Wyoming State Statues 16-6-104, and 16-6-106, preference is hereby given to materials, supplies, equipment, machinery and provisions produced, manufactured, supplied or grown in Wyoming, quality being equal to articles offered by the competitors outside of the state.

The District reserves the right to waive irregularities and informalities in the bidding or in any bid, reject any or all bids without further obligation and to accept any bid deemed in the best interest of Sublette County School District # 1. The District does not bind itself in any way to accept the low bid.  All proposals will be evaluated as outlined in the bid documents.

Public Notice #7831 published in the Pinedale Roundup on March 29, April 5, 2019 

 

OFFICIAL COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS

MARCH 5, 2019

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, Mack Rawhouser, Tom Noble, and Doug Vickrey (Commissioner Joel Bousman was excused). Also present were Matt Gaffney, Billy Pape, Sam Bixler, Jim Parker, Bill Mechum, Treasurer Emily Paravicini, Holly Daab representing the Pinedale Roundup, County Attorney Mike Crosson, Clerk Carrie Long.

Chairman Burnett led those present in the Pledge of Allegiance.  The minutes of the preceding regular meeting of February 19, 2019 were approved after a correction of a typographic error and ordered filed on motion by Commissioner Rawhouser and seconded by Commissioner Vickrey.  Motion carried unanimously.

Commissioner Noble made a motion to approve the agenda.  Commissioner Vickrey seconded the motion, motion carried unanimously.

Matt Gaffney, Deputy County Attorney, presented an extension to contract with CTC through December 31, 2019 to cover additional $30,000.00 funding.  Commissioner Noble made a motion to approve the contract extension.  Commissioner Rawhouser seconded the motion.  Motion carried unanimously. 

James C. Parker, Jr., Airport Manager, and, Bill Mechum, Chairman of the Pinedale Airport Board met with the Board to discuss reimbursement of the local share of grant projects.  Mr. Parker stated he was present because of a change in entity in the Clerk and Treasurer office and had been asked to come and explain reimbursement process to Commissioners.  Treasurer Emily Paravicini explained to the Board, the County holds money in a holding account for the airport board projects.  She said after discussing the repayment process with the auditor, she would be more comfortable with a copy of minutes from their meeting approving the reimbursement amount rather than a signed voucher detailing expense. Mr. Parker and Mr. Mechum agreed to supply the minutes.

Billy Pape (Road & Bridge Superintendent) met with the Board to update current projects.  He also stated he would like to get rid of trailers and trucks left from the sale last year.  Commissioner Noble stated the equipment should be advertised.  Chairman Burnett directed the equipment be noticed and with direction to the public to contact Billy with offers.  He also requested Billy bring the offers to the next meeting for the Board to award. 

Billy Pape (Waste Mgt) stated he had previously been working with the prior Board and Clerk on some projects.  He stated the Landfill does not have a source for backup power and he would like to move forward on the purchase of a generator.  The money for the project was not budgeted specifically but there is enough money in the current budget to cover the project. Billy said he had a bid of $67,479.00 from Rocky Mountain Cummins for a generator.  Commissioner Rawhouser made a motion to accept the bid and move forward with the project.  Commissioner Noble seconded. Motion carried unanimously.

Billy Pape (Transfer Station) advised the Board the Transfer Station has had no upgrades for 25 years and the traffic averages 80 people per day. He stated the facility has a two-bay capacity and when containers fill up, contents have to be moved. He said the DEQ prefers that not happen.  An eight-bay facility would be adequate along with some additional streamlining of baling and processing.  He said the permit required from DEQ is complete.  The next step would be to contact Forsgren Engineering and proceed with plans for a three to four-year phased expansion. Commissioner Rawhouser made a motion to contact Forsgren Engineering and proceed with the expansion plans.  Commissioner Noble seconded.  Motion carried unanimously.

Cassie Crumpton, Treatment Court Coordinator, met with the Board along with Emily Nardacci, a Treatment Court participant.  Cassie explained that Emily is nearing graduation from the program which requires completing a community project.  Cassie and Emily shared a video with the Board that explained the project.  Both thanked the Board for funding the Treatment Court.

KC Lehr, Sheriff, met with the Board to report on department activities.  He requested a signature from the Board regarding a grant awarded from the Forest Service for patrol during the summer.  Commissioner Noble made a motion to accept the grant, Commissioner Rawhouser seconded the motion.  Motion carried unanimously.

The second item from Sheriff Lehr was an application on equitable sharing with Federal government.  He explained the department has two officers deputized by DEA, allowing them to leave the jurisdiction to work on active cases and allows any forfeiture and seizures be shared with cooperating agency.  The application requires governing body head authorization for Sheriff to receive funds. Commissioner Rawhouser made a motion to authorize the application.  Commissioner Noble seconded the motion.  Motion carried unanimously.

Shad Cooper, Fire Chief, presented a package to the Board containing a bid for the type 1 fire apparatus. Chief Cooper explained he had sent proposals to five vendors but had only receive one bid in response.   The bid was from Pierce Manufacturing.  Jason Burn, representative from Pierce, was present and explained the mechanics of a hydraulic driven front wheel drive to the Board. Shad requested time to review the bid to confirm the proposal received confirms with requirements.  No action taken.  

Commissioner Noble made a motion to adjourn to Executive Section pursuant to W.S. 16-4-405(a)(iii), Litigation, at 10:35 A.M.  Present were John McKinley by telephone, Matt Gaffney and Emily Paravicini.  At 10:55 Commissioner Noble made a motion to resume the regular meeting, Commissioner Rawhouser seconded the motion.  Motion carried unanimously

Payroll in the amount of $1,012,941.98 was approved.  Motion by Commissioner Noble, Seconded by Commissioner Rawhouser.  Motion carried unanimously.  Commissioner Rawhouser made a motion to approve accounts payable.  Commissioner Noble seconded the motion.  Motion carried unanimously. 

AMERICAN FAMILY LIFE ASSURANCE 4,690.46 GREAT-WEST TRUST COMPANY, LLC 10,355.00 / SUBLETTE COUNTY PAYROLL ACCT. 355.50 JEFFERSON PILOT FINANCIAL INSURANCE 8,000.78 / 056-NCPERS WYOMING 256.00 NEW YORK LIFE 1,281.81 / SUBLETTE COUNTY PAYROLL ACCT 352,457.32 SUBLETTE CO PAYROLL ACCT 52,516.83 / VALIC 208.82 WYOMING CHILD SUPPORT 2,117.00 / WYOMING RETIREMENT SYSTEM 1,155.00 WYOMING RETIREMENT SYSTEM 90,966.62 / WYOMING RETIREMENT SYSTEM 1,137.75 WYOMING RETIREMENT SYSTEM 71,255.82 / AAF INTERNATIONAL 92.94 / AMAZON 266.68 AT&T 25.00 / BADGER DAYLIGHTING CORP 2,041.85 / MARLENE BAUMAN 593.47 BENCHMARK PLUMBING AND HEATING, INC 876.50 / BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 244.70 BOMGAARS 808.74 / BUCKY’S OUTDOOR, L.L.C. 174.49 / DAVID BURNETT, M.D. 46.40 BEST WESTERN PINEDALE INN 719.92 / CALL2TEST 190.00 / SCOTT CAMPBELL 118.03 CARBON COUNTY CORONER 250.00 / CDW GOVERNMENT, INC. 349.18 CENTURYLINK 24,481.38 / CENTURYLINK 2,511.38 / MICHAEL CHRISTIE 111.58 CIVIL AIR PATROL MAGAZINE 245.00 / CONRAD & BISCHOFF INC. 7,207.25 CONTROL SOLUTIONS, INC. 264.00 / CURTIS COVILL 774.34 CREST/GOOD MAANUFACTURING 1,127.97 / CASSIE CRUMPTON 249.21 CTC TECHNOLOGY & ENERGY 5,468.75 / DANIEL JUNCTION 478.00 D.A. SCREENING 135.00 / DAVIS & CANNON, LLP 3,300.00 DAVES ELECTRONICS 14,191.15 / DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 17,236.93 DEQ, AIR QUALITY DIVISION 560.95 / DOMINION ENERGY 5,797.66 DUSTBUSTERS, INC. 20,937.67 / EAGLE UNIFORM & SUPPLY CO. 164.57 ENERGY 1 1,005.65 / ELECTRICAL WHOLESALE SUPPLY 19.21 FASTENAL COMPANY 1,373.79 / FERRELL GAS 7,244.86 / FLEETPRIDE 193.01 FORSGREN ASSOCIATES INC. 8,454.20 / FREEDOM FIGHTERS 186.00 / GALLS, LLC 107.22 GET WESTERN ELECTRIC LLC 1,333.57 / GRAINGER 985.47 / SUSAN GULBRANDSON 841.50 HIGH COUNTRY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH 5,000.00 / HELEN HEGARDT 1,041.67 HOBACK LAW 1,000.00 / HONNEN EQUIPMENT CO. 194.14 / IAFE 425.00 INTERSTATE BATTERIES OF 1,037.60 / KELLERSTRASS ENTERPRISES, INC 22,041.23 KITSAP COUNTY SHERIFF 57.00 / KOMATSU EQUIPMENT 1,049.45 / TRAVIS LANNING 48.15 LEO RILEY & CO. 12,000.00 / LINCARE 120.00 / L. N. CURTIS & SONS 308.22 LR COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 59.00 / STEPHANIE LUND 1,172.19 M & M TRANSFER INC. 16,463.06 / ANDREW MACKENZIE 45.46 / MEDIBADGE, INC. 102.50 MOOSE CREEK CATERING 51.69 / MOOSELY MAILBOXES 23.77 / MOORE MEDICAL,LLC 334.22 TODD MORGAN 184.63 / NMS LABS 579.00 / NUTECH SPECIALTIES INC 161.36 NVFC 1,278.00 / OFFICE ALLY 35.00 / OFFICE DEPOT 636.56 OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY OF 10,037.50 / PACIFIC STEEL & RECYCLING 135.49 PAK-RITE 170.24 / BILLY E. PAPE 86.50 / EMILY PARAVICINI 470.00 PEAK EMBROIDERY, LLC 171.90 / PERFORMANCE TECH, LLC 1,310.46 PETERBILT OF WYOMING 1,017.99 / PINEDALE GLASS & MORE 835.28 PINEDALE NATURAL GAS CO. 17,581.63 / PINEDALE ROUNDUP 35.00 PITKIN COUNTY SHERIFF 21.00 / PLAINSMAN PRINTING & SUPPLY 415.24 PREMIER SITE DEVELOPMENT, LLC 84,047.08 / PROFORCE MARKETING, ING 1,647.50 PRO-VISION 1,415.18 / QUILL CORPORATION 1,743.92 RAMKOTA HOTEL AND CONFERENCE 376.00 / MACK RAWHOUSER 83.52 REDWOOD TOXICOLOGY LABORATORY 1,469.50 / RENDEZVOUS POINTE 12,887.00 RIDLEY’S FAMILY MARKETS 413.54 / RIGGING FOR RESCUE, LLC 8,900.00 ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 12,869.61 / ROCKY MOUNTAIN YETI PINEDALE 372.19 ROCK SPRINGS WINNELSON 622.63 / S.A.M. SERVICES, LLC 3,978.00 SANOFI PASTEUR 1,876.08 / JENESS SAXTON 535.01 / DON SCHOOLEY 651.24 SCOTT, TRISHA 45.71 / DAVID SIEFKES 81.62 / KELSI SLUYTER 13.00 SPRINGHILL SUITE - CHEYENNE 376.00 / STAR VALLEY POWERSPORTS 13,349.00 SUBLETTE COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 214.00 / SUBLETTE CENTER 35,000.00 SUBLETTE PUMP SERVICE 23,445.72 / TEAM LABORATORY CHEMICAL CORP. 669.50 TOBY TERRELL 49.00 / THARPE CONSULTING 900.00 / THOMSON REUTERS-WEST 33.60 THE TIRE DEN, INC. 1,325.52 / THE MASTER’S TOUCH, LLC 506.10 TRANSFER FLOW, INC. 2,016.41 / TRACTOR SALES 555.76 / UNION TELEPHONE 6,399.26 U.S. DEPT OF INTERIOR 100.00 / VALLEY WIDE COOPERATIVE 230.57 VERIZON WIRELESS 464.88 / WAZITECH TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS 53,430.66 / WCTA 100.00 WYOMING DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 5.00 / WY DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 196.85 WESTERN FAIRS ASSOCIATION 190.00 / WESTERN HEALTH SCREENING 171.00 WEX BANK 1,152.80 / WILLIAMS AUTOMOTIVE INC. 532.13 WINTER EQUIPMENT COMPANY INC 325.38 / WYOMING PEACE OFFICERS ASSOCIATION 710.00 WYOMING COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 500.00 / WYOMING MACHINERY COMPANY 1,907.79 WYOMING CORONER’S ASSOCIATION 175.00

Representative Albert Sommers met with the Board to review items of interest from the Legislature.

Jeness Saxton, Assessor, presented one state assessed notice of valuation change to the Chairman for signature.  The Commissioners reported on their monthly activities.  Commissioner Rawhouser said he had been to two meetings.  Commissioner Noble stated he and Chairman Burnett had toured Envirimedial, he had also been participating in the discussion on the Joint Power Board, and still active in the Broadband discussion while waiting to see if the Legislature created any opportunity for additional funding.  Chairman Burnett stated he and Commissioner Rawhouser were scheduled to attend a meeting in Casper later in the week with the Wyoming Business Council regarding the Envirimedial application. 

Wendy Boman, with the Sublette County Rural Health Care Board addressed the Board.  She stated the workshop has been postponed and the regular meeting has been rescheduled.  She said the District is looking at the fee schedule, options for restarting coverage in south county for weekend. David Dorn has spoken with Eide Baily regarding moving forward with planning a possible smaller Critical Access Hospital. 

Dennis Fornstrom, Planning & Zoning Coordinator, met with the Board to review proposed text amendments to the Planning & Zoning Regulations; Chapters 2 & 3.  Commissioner Noble made a motion to approve the text amendments, seconded by Rawhouser.  Motion carried unanimously. 

Meeting adjourned 1:15.

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

SUBLETTE COUNTY, WYOMING

/s/ David Burnett, Chairman

Attest:

/s/ Carrie S. Long, County Clerk

Public Notice #7832 published in the Pinedale Roundup on March 29, 2019 

 

AGENDA / LEGAL NOTICE

A regularly scheduled meeting of the Sublette County Planning and Zoning Commission will be held on Thursday, April 18, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. to consider the following agenda items.  These agenda items will then be heard before the Sublette County Board of County Commissioners on Tuesday, May 7, 2019, at 1:00 pm.  These meetings will be held in the Commissioner’s Meeting Room, located in the Sublette County Courthouse, located at 21 South Tyler Avenue, Pinedale, Wyoming. 

A public hearing will be held to consider the following items:

  1. An application by NGL Water Solutions, LLC proposes a Conditional Use Permit pursuant to Chapter V, Conditional Uses, of the Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations. Said application proposes a Conditional Use to construct a Waste Water Injection Facility to be located in parts of Section 21 & 22, T31N, R108W.
  2. An application by Dale & Lisa Gray proposing a Change of Zoning District Boundary pursuant to Chapter VIII, Section 2, Change of Zoning District Boundary, of the Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations. This application proposes to Change the Zoning within Lot 9, of the Spirit Winds Estates Subdivision from R-R 10 to R-R 5.
  3. An application by Sublette County, proposing a Resolution Adopting Nuisance Regulations to the Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations.
  4. Sublette County Unified Fire & Sublette County Planning & Zoning proposing updates and changes to Chapter XII, Subchapter III, Section 4, Fire Protection, of the Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations. Proposed changes to the Subdivision Fire Protection Regulation.

Additional information may be obtained by contacting the Sublette County Planning and Zoning Department at 367-4375.

Public Notice #7833 published in the Pinedale Roundup on March 29, 2019 

 

AGENDA / LEGAL NOTICE

A regularly scheduled meeting of the Sublette County Planning and Zoning Commission will be held on Thursday, April 18, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. to consider the following agenda items.  These agenda items will then be heard before the Sublette County Board of County Commissioners on Tuesday, May 7, 2019, at 1:00 pm.  These meetings will be held in the Commissioner’s Meeting Room, located in the Sublette County Courthouse, located at 21 South Tyler Avenue, Pinedale, Wyoming. 

A public hearing will be held to consider the following items:

  1. An application by NGL Water Solutions, LLC proposes a Conditional Use Permit pursuant to Chapter V, Conditional Uses, of the Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations. Said application proposes a Conditional Use to construct a Waste Water Injection Facility to be located in parts of Section 21 & 22, T31N, R108W.
  2. An application by Dale & Lisa Gray proposing a Change of Zoning District Boundary pursuant to Chapter VIII, Section 2, Change of Zoning District Boundary, of the Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations. This application proposes to Change the Zoning within Lot 9, of the Spirit Winds Estates Subdivision from R-R 10 to R-R 5.
  3. An application by Sublette County, proposing a Resolution Adopting Nuisance Regulations to the Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations.
  4. Sublette County Unified Fire & Sublette County Planning & Zoning proposing updates and changes to Chapter XII, Subchapter III, Section 4, Fire Protection, of the Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations. Proposed changes to the Subdivision Fire Protection Regulation.

Additional information may be obtained by contacting the Sublette County Planning and Zoning Department at 367-4375.

Public Notice #7833 published in the Pinedale Roundup on March 29, 2019 

 

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

Default having occurred and all prerequisites to foreclosure having been met, notice is hereby given that the mortgage given by Jeremy T. Williams and Kayla M. Williams, husband and wife, mortgagors, in favor of GMAC Mortgage Corporation, mortgagee, dated June 20, 2005, recorded June 22, 2005, in Book 124 of Mtg., Page 212, in the Office of the Clerk of Sublette County, Wyoming, given to secure payment of a note in the original amount of One Hundred Sixty Two Thousand Seven Hundred One Dollar and 00/100 ($162,701.00).   Said note and mortgage were assigned to the Wyoming Community Development Authority by Assignment dated June 20, 2005, and recorded June 22, 2005, in Book 124 of Mtg., Page 223, and recorded July 13, 2005, in Book 125 of Mtg., Page 50, in the Office of the Clerk of Sublette County, Wyoming. The past amount due as of March 25, 2019, is Six Thousand Six Hundred Forty One Dollars and 49/100 ($6,641.49), plus accruing interest, fees and costs, and the amount due as of March 25, 2019, is One Hundred Twenty Five Thousand Seven Hundred Thirty Eight Dollars and 21/100 ($125,738.21), plus accruing interest, fees and costs. Said mortgage contains a power of sale which by reason of default the owner of the Note and Mortgage declares to have become operative and no suit or proceeding has been instituted at law to recover the debt secured by the mortgage or any part thereof, nor has any such suit or proceeding been instituted and the same discontinued.  Written notice of intent to foreclose the Mortgage by advertisement and sale has been served upon the record owner and the party in possession of the mortgaged premises at least ten days prior to the commencement of this publication.  The property being foreclosed upon may be subject to other liens and encumbrances that will not be extinguished at the sale and any prospective purchaser should research the status of title before submitting the bid.

Therefore, said mortgage will be foreclosed by sale of the real property described as:

LOT 65, BLOCK 1 OF THE BARGER SUBDIVISION, FIRST FILING, SUBLETTE COUNTY, WYOMING AS SET OUT ON THAT PLAT MAP RECORDED IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF SUBLETTE COUNTY ON JANUARY 6, 1970 IN BOOK 26 OF MISC., PAGE 328 which has the address of 5 Oswego Trail, Boulder, Wyoming 82923, to be sold by public auction by the Sheriff to the highest bidder, for cash, at 10:00 a.m. on April 26, 2019, on the steps of the Sublette County Courthouse, 21 South Tyler, Pinedale, Wyoming 82941.  The sale will take place only if a representative of the Wyoming Community Development Authority, or its agent, is present. Wyoming Community Development Authority

By:  Thomas A. Valdez

Chapman Valdez & Lansing

125 West 2nd Street

P.O. Box 2710

Casper, WY 82602

Public Notice #7834 published in the Pinedale Roundup on March 29, April 5, 12, 19, 2019 

 

STATE OF WYOMING      )

COUNTY OF SUBLETTE          ) ss

TOWN OF PINEDALE      )

The Town Council of the Town of Pinedale met in regular session on Monday, March 11, 2019 in the Commissioners Room of the Sublette County Courthouse.

The meeting was called to order by Mayor Matt Murdock at 5:00 p.m.  Council members present: Tyler Swafford, John Paravicini, and Dean Loftus. Those in attendance included Sheriff KC Lehr; Monte Bolgiano, representing Main Street Pinedale; Brian Gray, representing Jorgensen Engineering; Aaron Seehafer and Mike Jackson representing Rio Verde Engineering; Isaac Best; Tom and Pam Murdock; Dave Dorn; Jeff Goltz and Jason Essington, representing the Pinedale Lions Club;  Keri Cross and Keaton Cross, representing 6 Degrees of Unity; Lora Hittle representing the Women’s Advocacy Group; Pat Schwab; Deputy Scott Winer and Principal Jeryl Fluckiger, representing Sublette County School District Number One; Cory Bennet, representing R.S. Bennett Construction Co., Inc.; Holly Dabb, representing the Pinedale Roundup; and Josh Wilson, Kevin Mitchell, Ruth Neely, and James Parker, Town employees.

Mayor Murdock led those present in the Pledge of Allegiance.

Mayor Murdock opened the workshop, the purpose of which was to discuss among themselves and staff the draft human resources documents (HR) and a draft that details Town priorities. Several changes were suggested to the HR draft. Council will spend more time reviewing the draft and email suggestions and questions to the town clerk. Council reviewed the draft Town Priorities document and will email changes and questions to the town clerk with the goal of a finalized document by March 25, 2019.

Motion by Councilman Swafford to approve the minutes of the February 25, 2019 council meeting as presented. Seconded by Councilman Loftus. Motion passed 4-0.

Motion by Councilman Loftus to approve the minutes of the February 26, 2019 council meeting as amended, after adding “room” on line two to clarify the meeting location. Seconded by Councilman Paravicini. Motion passed 4-0.

Motion by Councilman Swafford to accept the agenda after adding D-3, Lions Club Fishing Derby Update. Seconded by Councilman Loftus. Motion passed 4-0.

Motion by Councilman Paravicini to approve the 6 Degrees of Unity park and temporary use permit applications, as well as fee/deposit waivers for American Legion Park on July 13, 2019 between 7 AM and 7 PM for a with the stipulations that the concert be over by 6 PM and coordination be made with the Sublette County Chamber of Commerce allowing the Native Dancers show. If Supaman cancels, the back-up act is Rebecca Fulsom. No other acts or activities are approved. Seconded by Councilman Swafford. Motion passed 4-0.

Principal Jeryl Fluckiger and Deputy Scott Winer, representing Sublette County School District Number One briefed the council on the traffic problems on Hennick Street near the middle school. Drop-off and pick-up times are congested and causing a hazard. Council reached a consensus regarding street closure, sign placement, and times for the morning drop-off and afternoon pick-up. A Resolution further addressing the matter will be discussed later in the meeting.

Jeff Goltz and Jason Essington thanked the council for the support of the Ice Fishing Derby and specifically thanked the Public Works Department for the assistance. The Derby was a success with 249 participants, 60 percent of whom were out-of-county residents.

Brian Gray briefed the council on the receipt of a letter from the EPA regarding the Town of Pinedale Filtration Avoidance Criteria Exceedance and Response Options. Currently the team led by Jorgensen is working on the scope of the study and will be leading a meeting Wednesday March 13, 2019 to work on the response to the letter. The letter gives the Town of Pinedale three options: 1) Install filtration; 2) Develop an alternate water source; 3) Modify and/or make changes to how the Fremont Lake watershed is being managed. Motion by Councilman Swafford to adopt Option 3 and notify the EPA as required in the letter. Seconded by Councilman Loftus. Motion passed 4-0.

Mayor Murdock informed the council of a meeting between the Town, the Lee Ditch Association, and two county commissioners to discuss the excess water that is going into the Town’s sanitary sewer system from the Lee Ditch. There is no Memorandum of Understanding between any of the parties involved. The water needs to be tested now to determine its impact on the Town’s sewer system, which will help determine the future course of action by all parties. Motion by Councilman Swafford to authorize spending up to $5,000 for testing and then bill equal thirds of the final cost to the County and to the ditch association. Seconded by Councilman Paravicini. Motion passed 4-0.

Mayor Murdock briefed the public on the February 26, 2019 Special Meeting of the Town Council held to discuss Rendezvous planning. Alternative locations for vendors and Traders Row are being discussed. The Chamber of Commerce is willing to help but has offered to let other agencies lead and/or take part this year. Main Street Pinedale is considering stepping into the lead. Motion by Councilman Swafford to approve any pending temporary use permit applications submitted by Main Street to utilize town rights-of-way for activities during Rendezvous, provided they decide to take the lead within the next 72 hours. or Otherwise, the town will consider applications from other organizations. In addition, should Main Street decide to take the lead, the town clerk is authorized to advertise for a seasonal employee to assist with Rendezvous. Seconded by Councilman Paravicini. Motion passed 4-0.

Motion by Councilman Paravicini to assess the current rates for connection to town water and waste water service as of the date the Town receives the completed application for 981 Crear Lane. Seconded by Councilman Swafford. Motion passed 4-0.

Tom and Pam Murdock, parents of Mayor Murdock, have submitted a variance application for lots 14 and 15 of the Cooley Third. Mayor Murdock recused himself from the discussion and left the room, after turning the meeting over to Mayor Pro Tem Tyler Swafford. Following discussion, motion by Councilman Paravicini to table the request until the April 8, 2019 regular town council meeting to allow the Planning and Zoning Commission to review the application and conduct notifications to surrounding property owners. Seconded by Councilman Loftus. Motion passed 3-0.

Mayor Murdock rejoined the council and continued to lead the meeting. Following lengthy discussion regarding misunderstandings by the engineering firm and one bidder, motion by Councilman Paravicini to reject all bids and re-bid the Phase 9 South Fremont Avenue Project. Seconded by Councilman Loftus. Motion passed 4-0.

Motion by Councilman Paravicini to table the approval of the HR documents until the March 25, 2019 meeting. Seconded by Councilman Swafford. Motion passed 4-0.

Motion by Councilman Loftus to approve the purchase of soda ash from Brenntag in the amount of $4,739.53. Seconded by Councilman Swafford. Motion passed 4-0.

Motion by Councilman Paravicini to approve Ordinance 647 on second reading regarding the Park and Tree Board, an ordinance of the Town of Pinedale, State of Wyoming amending Section 429-2 of the Pinedale Municipal Code to establish the board as consisting of three voting and two non-voting members and establishing a quorum. Seconded by Councilman Swafford. Motion passed 4-0.

Motion by Councilman Swafford to approve Ordinance 648 on second reading, an ordinance amending Section 34-12 of the Pinedale Municipal Code to modify the filing dates for election petitions. Seconded by Councilman Paravicini. Motion passed 4-0.

Motion by Councilman Swafford to approve Ordinance 649 on second reading, and ordinance creating Chapter 93 of the Pinedale Municipal Code to create an Airport Board, after making the following changes: The effective date shall be July 1, 2019; the initial term of office shall commence July 1, 2019; “with approval of the Town Council” is deleted from 93-3; term limits and board reappointments are deleted from 93-3; and 93-7, Spending Authority is changed to read, “all expenditures shall conform with the Town’s Procurement Policy as adopted.  Seconded by Councilman Loftus. Motion passed 4-0.

Motion by Councilman Loftus to approve ordinance 650 on second reading, an ordinance granting a franchise to Qwest Corporation d/b/a CenturyLink QC on behalf of itself and its operating affiliates (“CenturyLink”) to operate and maintain a telecommunications system (“The System”) in the Town of Pinedale, Wyoming. Seconded by Councilman Swafford.  Motion passed 4-0.

Motion by Councilman Paravicini to approve Resolution 2019-6, a Resolution authorizing the submission of an application for Wyoming Water Development Commission grant, and allow the mayor to sign any necessary documents. Seconded by Councilman Swafford. Motion passed 4-0.

Motion by Councilman Paravicini to approve Resolution 2019-7, a Resolution declaring a vacancy in the Town Council of the Town of Pinedale. Seconded by Councilman Loftus. Motion passed 4-0.

Motion by Councilman Swafford to approve Resolution 2019-8, A Resolution closing a portion of Hennick Street at certain times to assist in school safety after amending it to be effective March 25, 2019. Seconded by Councilman Loftus. Motion passed 4-0.

The following bills were presented for payment: 2019 NJA Conference, $275.00; A To Z Hardware, $17.43; Adams Concrete, Inc., $520.00; Amerigas, $1,140.51; Animal Clinic of Pinedale, $140.00; Bucky’s Outdoors, $19.99; Caselle, Inc., $1,030.00; Clean Wash Laundromat, $3,109.00; D. A. Screening, $320.00; Energy Laboratories, $1,533.75; Get Western Electric, $1,210.61; Grainger, $207.95; Hanson, Ronald, $143.23; Honnen Equipment Co., $428.75; Idexx Distribution, Inc., $105.12; Kellerstrass Enterprises Inc., $2,103.97; KPIN, $584.00; Main Street Pinedale, $1,000.00; Miller Companies LLC,$3,300.00; Moosely Mailboxes & More, $116.00; Morgan, Samantha, $119.00; Nationwide Digital Monitoring Co., $60.00; Office Outlet, $27.00; Pinedale Auto Supply, $61.72; Pinedale Natural Gas, Inc., $3,321.20; Pinedale Stage Stop, $1,500.00; Ralph E. Wood, $6,668.25; River Oaks Communications Corporation, $1,822.50; Rocky Mountain International, $685.00; Rocky Mountain Power, $9,719.01; Rocky Mountain Wash, $19.00; Simpson, Randy, $161.30; Stitchin’ Post, $258.00; Sublette County, $10.00; Sublette County School District #1, $500.00; Sublette County Unified Fire, $20.00; Sundance Motel, $54.00; Tri-County Sanitation, Inc., $25.00; U.S. Postal Service, $176.00; USA Blue Book, $124.86; Visa, $1,813.09; Wyoming Water Development Commission, $1,000.00; Walford, Sylvia, $386.00; Wood, $5,500.00; Wyoming Conference of Municipal Courts, $150.00; Wyoming Senior Games, $1,750.00; Wyoming.com, LLC, $759.75; Yeti, $72.80; and Yost, $2,016.00.

Motion by Councilman Paravicini to approve the bills in the amount of $56,084.79 paid with check numbers 24915-24963. Seconded by Councilman Swafford. Motion passed 4-0.

Motion by Councilman Swafford to adjourn. Seconded by Councilman Paravicini. Motion passed 4-0. The meeting was adjourned at 8:26 PM.

Matt W. Murdock, Mayor

ATTEST:

Maureen Rudnick, Clerk/Treasurer

Public Notice #7835 published in the Pinedale Roundup on March 29, 2019 


 

 

ORDINANCE NO.  647

AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF PINEDALE, STATE OF WYOMING, AMENDING SECTION 429-2 OF THE PINEDALE MUNICIPAL CODE TO ESTABLISH THE BOARD AS CONSISTING OF THREE VOTING AND TWO NON-VOTING MEMBERS AND ESTABLISHING A QUORUM.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT HEREBY ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF PINEDALE, WYOMING THAT THE SECTION 429-2 OF CHAPTER 429 OF THE PINEDALE MUNICIPAL CODE IS HEREBY AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:

429-2.  Tree/Park Board

  1. There is hereby created and established a Tree/Park Board for the Town of Pinedale, which shall consist of five members, three voting and two non-voting. These members shall be citizens and residents of this area, who shall be appointed by the Mayor with the approval of the Town Council. Members of the Board shall serve without compensation.
  2. The term of the members of the Tree/Park Board shall be three years, except that the initial term of one member shall be for two years and the term of two members shall be for three years. In the event a vacancy shall occur during the term of any member, a successor shall be appointed by the Mayor with approval of the Town Council for the unexpired portion of the term. A quorum shall consist of two voting members of the Board.
  3. Town staff shall propose a comprehensive community tree management program for the care of trees on public property and submit it to the Tree/Park Board to administer.
  4. Town staff shall produce an annual work plan addressing planting, watering, fertilization, removal of dead and hazardous trees, safety, fine pruning and insect and disease control; and, then submit it for approval to the Tree/Park Board.
  5. The Tree/Park Board shall recommend to the Town Council needed action to carry out its annual work plan. Any action approved by the Town Council shall be carried out by the Town.
  6. The Tree/Park Board shall recommend to the Town Council needed action in regard to maintenance and improvements to the park system of the Town. Any action approved by the Town Council shall be carried out by the Town.

This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after passage on three readings and publication according to law.

PASSED ON FIRST READING ON   February 25, 2019.

PASSED ON SECOND READING ON March 11, 2019.

PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED ON THIRD READING ON March 25, 2019.

ATTEST: TOWN OF PINEDALE, WYOMING:

BY: MATT W. MURDOCK, MAYOR

TOWN CLERK

ATTESTATION BY TOWN CLERK

STATE OF WYOMING      )

COUNTY OF SUBLETTE          ) ss.

TOWN OF PINEDALE      )

I hereby certify that the foregoing Ordinance No. _____________ was duly published in the ______________________________, a newspaper of general circulation published in the Town of Pinedale, Wyoming, on the ______ day of _________________, 2019.

I further certify that the foregoing Ordinance was duly recorded on Page _______ of Book ______ of Ordinances of the Town of Pinedale, Wyoming.

Town Clerk

Public Notice #7836 published in the Pinedale Roundup on March 29, 2019 

 

ORDINANCE NO. 648

AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF PINEDALE, WYOMING AMENDING SECTION 34-12 OF THE PINEDALE MUNICIPAL CODE TO MODIFY THE FILING DATES FOR ELECTION PETITIONS.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT HEREBY ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF PINEDALE, WYOMING, THAT SECTION 34-12 OF THE PINEDALE MUNICIPAL CODE IS HEREBY AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:

  • 34-12Petition. filing fee.

Not more than 45 days and not later than 32 days preceding the election, each candidate for municipal office shall pay a filing fee of $25 and sign and file with the Town Clerk-Treasurer an election application in substantially the following form:

STATE OF WYOMING )

)  SS

COUNTY OF SUBLETTE    )

I, _____________________________, the undersigned, swear or affirm that I was born on _______________, _____(year), and that I have been a resident of the Town of Pinedale since _______________,  residing at _______________________________________, and that I am a registered voter of the Town of Pinedale and the State of Wyoming as of the closing of the Town Clerk-Treasurer’s office on the day this petition is filed, do hereby petition and request that my name be printed upon the official election ballot for the election to be held on _______________, _____ as a candidate for the office of ________________________.  I hereby declare that if elected I will qualify for office.

Dated the _______ day of _______________,         Signature

Printed Name

Residence address

This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after passage on three readings, publication for two consecutive weeks according to law and the passage of sixty (60) days from the last date of publication.

PASSED ON FIRST READING ON February 25, 2019.

PASSED ON SECOND READING ON March 11, 2019.

PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED ON THIRD READING ON March 25, 2019.

ATTEST:

TOWN OF PINEDALE, WYOMING:

BY:

MATT W. MURDOCK, MAYOR

TOWN CLERK

ATTESTATION BY TOWN CLERK

STATE OF WYOMING      )

COUNTY OF SUBLETTE          ) ss.

TOWN OF PINEDALE      )

I hereby certify that the foregoing Ordinance No. _______ was duly published in the __________________________________, a newspaper of general circulation published in the Town of Pinedale, Wyoming, on two consecutive weeks.  The dates of publication being the _______ day of _________________, 2019 and the _______ day  of ____________________, 2019..

I further certify that the foregoing Ordinance was duly recorded on Page _______ of Book ______ of Ordinances of the Town of Pinedale, Wyoming.

Town Clerk

Public Notice #7837 published in the Pinedale Roundup on March 29, 2019

 

ORDINANCE ___649___

AN ORDINANCE CREATING CHAPTER 93 OF THE PINEDALE MUNICIPAL CODE TO CREATE AN AIRPORT BOARD.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF PINEDALE, WYOMING THAT OF CHAPTER 93 OF THE PINEDALE MUNICIPAL CODE IS HEREBY CREATED TO READ AS FOLLOWS.

Chapter 93

AIRPORT BOARD

93-1.  Title of ordinance.

The ordinance codified in this chapter shall be known and may be cited as the “Airport Board Ordinance”.

93-2.  Creation.  There shall be and there is hereby created, subject to its abolition by the Town Council at any time and for any reason, an Airport Board composed of five members to be appointed by the mayor and approved by the Town Council.  These members shall serve without compensation.

93-3.   Appointment and Terms. 

  1. One Town Council member or the Mayor shall be appointed by the Mayor and approved by the Town Council to be a member of the Board. The remaining four standard members shall also be appointed by the Mayor with the approval of the Town Council.
  2. The initial terms of office for the standard members shall commence on May 1, 2019. One standard member shall serve for a term of one year, two for a term of two years, and one for a term of three years. The initial appointment of the standard members shall designate which member shall serve each term length.  Thereafter appointments shall run from May 1st of each year and each appointed member shall serve for a term of three years. The Town Council Member or Mayor shall be appointed for the term of office of such person and can be replaced by another Council Member or Mayor during that term at the discretion of the Mayor with the approval of the Town Council.
  3. Any member of the Board may be removed at any time by the Mayor with or without cause.

93-4.  Filling of Vacancies. 

Vacancies occurring in the office of a member of the Board shall be filled by appointment as in the first instance and such appointee shall serve for the remainder of the then current unexpired term of such office.

93-4.  Organization and Officers. 

Immediately following their appointment, the members of the Board shall meet, organize, elect a chairman, a vice-chairman, a secretary/treasurer and such other officers as it may deem necessary and adopt and later change or alter, rules and regulations of organization and procedure consistent with Town ordinances and state laws and subject to approval by the Town Council.  Annual elections of said offices shall be made at the first meeting of the Board in July of each year commencing in 2020.

93-5.  Voting. 

Each member of the Board shall have one vote.

93-6.  Duties.   

The duties of the Board are as follows:

  1. To consider and make recommendations concerning:

(1) Improvements to Ralph Wenz Field;

(2) Advise the Town Council in aviation matters; and master planning studies in connection therewith;

  1. To consider and recommend a determination of the facts on any condition or circumstances referred to it by the Town Council pertaining to the general improvement and development of Ralph Wenz Field.
  2. The Chairman of Board, under certain powers specifically delegated by the Mayor, may oversee day to day management of the airport.
  3. The Board shall:

(1) Keep written records of its proceedings, which shall be open at all times to public inspection;

(2) Make monthly reports of the Board’s activity to the Town Council in person by a representative of the Board.  This report shall include copies of the minutes of all meetings held by the Board since the last monthly report to the Town Council.

(3) File an annual report with the Town Council, setting forth its activities and containing, among other things, an itemized statement of expenditures for the year.

(4) Prepare an operating budget for each fiscal year, and shall submit such budget to the Town Council for approval not less than two months prior to the commencement of such fiscal year.

  1. The Board is an agency of the Town and shall fully comply with all provisions of Articles 2 and 4 of Chapter 4 of Title 16 of the Wyoming Statutes relating to Public Records and Public Meetings.

93-7.  Spending Authority. 

The Board shall have limited spending authority. The authority to make expenditures and to contract without Town Council or Mayoral approval is limited to $500.00.  The Mayor may approve expenditures and contracts up to $2,500.00.  All expenditures and contracts in excess of $2,500.00 must be approved by the Town Council. All expenditures shall conform with the Town’s Procurement Policy as adopted.

93-8.  Majority Vote. 

A majority of the members of the Board shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business, which shall be transacted by a majority vote of the members constituting such quorum in all matters except recommendations to the Town Council for the Council’s official consideration and action, which shall require a majority vote of all the appointed members.

93-9.  Authority – Date.

The Board shall have no authority to act prior to 7/1/2019 although members may be appointed and organizational meetings may be held prior to such date.

This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after passage on three readings and publication according to law.

PASSED ON FIRST READING ON February 25, 2019.

PASSED ON SECOND READING ON March 11, 2019.

PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED ON THIRD READING ON March 25,  2019.

ATTEST:

TOWN OF PINEDALE, WYOMING:

BY:  MATT W. MURDOCK, Mayor

TOWN CLERK

ATTESTATION BY TOWN CLERK

STATE OF WYOMING      )

COUNTY OF SUBLETTE          ) ss.

TOWN OF PINEDALE      )

I hereby certify that the foregoing Ordinance No. _____________ was duly published in the _________________________________, a newspaper of general circulation published in the Town of Pinedale, Wyoming, on the ______ day of _________________, 2019.

I further certify that the foregoing Ordinance was duly recorded on Page _______ of Book ______ of Ordinances of the Town of Pinedale, Wyoming.

Town Clerk

Public Notice #7838 published in the Pinedale Roundup on March 29, 2019

 

ORDIN

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