5/31/2019 Pinedale Roundup legal notices


WY190028

NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENT OF FORECLOSURE SALE

WHEREAS, default in the payment of principal and interest has occurred under the terms of a promissory note (the “Note”) dated 08/13/2007 executed and delivered by Ladd Layland and Jean J. Arthur to First State Bank of Pinedale and a real estate mortgage (the “Mortgage”) of the same date securing the Note, which Mortgage was executed and delivered by Ladd Layland and Jean J. Arthur (the “Mortgagors”), to First State Bank of Pinedale, and which Mortgage was recorded on 09/25/2007, as Instrument No. 330745 in the records of the office of the County Clerk and ex-officio Register of Deeds in and for Sublette County, State of Wyoming; and

The property covered by said Mortgage is described as follows:

LOTS 13, 14, 15 ADN 16, OF BLOCK 2 OF THE HAGENSTEIN ADDITION TO THE TOWN OF PINEDALE, SUBLETTE COUNTY, WYOMING

With an address of : 312 South Sublette Pinedale, WY 82941.

WHEREAS, the property being foreclosed upon may be subject to other liens and encumbrances that will not be extinguished at the sale. Any prospective purchaser should research the status of title before submitting a bid;

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to Wyoming Statutes Section 34-4-109(2003) that the foreclosure sale scheduled for 10:00 in the forenoon on 05/17/2019 at the Sublette County Courthouse located at 21 S Tyler, Pinedale, Sublette County, State of Wyoming, has been postponed to 10:00 in the forenoon on 06/21/2019 at Sublette County Courthouse located at 21 S Tyler, Pinedale, Sublette County, State of Wyoming.

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

By: THE SAYER LAW GROUP, P.C. 925 E. 4th St.

Waterloo, IA 50703

(319) 234-2530

Public Notice #7896 published in the Pinedale Roundup on May 24, 31, June 7, 14, 2019

 

PUBLIC NOTICE

Pursuant to the Wyoming Administrative Procedure Act and the Wyoming Public Service Commission’s (Commission) Procedural Rules, notice is hereby given of Rocky Mountain Power’s (RMP or the Company) Application to decrease rates under Tariff Schedule 197, 2017 Federal Tax Cut Adjustment.

RMP is a public utility as defined in Wyo. Stat. § 37-1-101(a)(vi)(C), subject to the Commission’s jurisdiction pursuant to Wyo. Stat. § 37-2-112.

On or about December 22, 2017, federal tax legislation was enacted titled “An Act to Provide Reconciliation Pursuant to Titles II and IV of the Concurrent Resolution of the Budget for Fiscal Year 2018” (Tax Cuts and Jobs Act or TCJA). On May 16, 2018, the Company submitted an application proposing to return the benefits of the TCJA. Specifically, RMP requested Commission approval of [i] proposed Tariff Schedule 197 to authorize the Company to reduce currents rates addressing the benefits from the TCJA; and [ii] approve the Stipulation entered into between RMP and Wyoming Industrial Energy Consumers. The Company proposed rate credits that reduce Wyoming customer retail rates by approximately $26.1 million (3.8%). RMP stated the total reduction included an annual credit allocation of $22.5 million in Tariff Schedule 197 to all retail tariff customers using the class cost of service from RMP’s most recent general rate case (Sub 469) as well as an additional allocation of $3.6 million to offset the recent 2018 ECAM docket. By its Memorandum Opinion, Findings and Order Approving Stipulation issued on March 15, 2019, in Sub 469, the Commission approved the part of the Stipulation in which the parties agreed to refund $22.5 million of the tax benefits to customers until the next general rate case using the average-of-period rate base calculations and rejected the part of the Stipulation in which parties agreed to use some of the benefits to automatically offset future costs related to the ECAM and Energy Vision 2020 projects.

On April 17, 2019, RMP filed its Application requesting to decrease rates under Tariff Schedule 197, 2017 Federal Tax Cut Adjustment. Specifically, RMP requests to decrease rates by $0.04 million (or 0.05 percent) to deliver additional benefits from the TCJA. RMP states the $22.5 million refund continues to be reflected in the Schedule 197 rates by the Company is replacing the $3.6 million to offset the 2018 Energy Cost Adjustment Mechanism (ECAM) with rates to refund to customers $3.96 million. The $3.96 million refund will partly offset the costs the Company seek to recover in the 2019 ECAM application which requested a total increase to customer rates of approximately $9.97 million. The Company calculated its proposed rate credits from Schedule 197 using the rate base allocation from the class cost of service study included in Sub 469.

RMP is requesting an effective date of June 15, 2019 for the proposed rates under Tariff Schedule 197. If approved, the proposed rates will result in an overall customer rate reduction of approximately $0.4 million.

This is not a complete description of the Application. Interested persons may inspect the Application at the Commission’s offices in Cheyenne, Wyoming during regular business hours. The Application may also be viewed on the Commission’s data management system at https://dms.wyo.gov/external/publicusers.aspx.

Anyone desiring to file a public comment, statement, intervention petition, protest or request for a public hearing in this matter must do file with the Commission in writing on or before June 4, 2019. Any intervention request filed with the Commission shall set forth the grounds of the proposed intervention or request for hearing as well as the position and the interest of the petitioner in this proceeding.

If you wish to intervene in this matter or request a public hearing which you will attend and you require reasonable accommodation for a disability, call the Commission at (307) 777-7427 or write to the Commission, 2515 Warren Avenue, Suite 300, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002. Communications-impaired persons may contact the Commission through Wyoming Relay at 711. Please refer to Docket No. 20000-560-EA-19 (Record No. 15240) in your communications.

Dated:  May 14, 2019.

Public Notice #7895 published in the Pinedale Roundup on May 24, 31, 2019

 

PUBLIC NOTICE

The Hoback Ranches Service and Improvement District will hold its Early Summer Budget Meeting Saturday, June 15, 2019, at the St. Hubert Church in Bondurant, WY at 1:00 p.m.  The purpose of the meeting is to review the budget for the fiscal year July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020.

Board of Directors, HRSID

Public Notice #7897 published in the Pinedale Roundup on May 31, 2019

 

STATE OF WYOMING, COUNTY OF SUBLETTE  IN THE DISTRICT COURT, NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT

Docket No. 41

IN THE MATTER OF THE

BOULDER IRRIGATION DISTRICT

ORDER

The Commissioners of the Boulder Irrigation District having filed their 2019 Annual Budget and Report herein, showing an itemized statement of the money to be raised by assessment within the District for the purposes of maintenance to meet the yearly current expenses of the District;

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that on the 3rd day of June, 2019, at 9:00 a.mm or as soon thereafter as counsel may be heard, is the time and the  Courtroom in the Sublette County Courthouse is the place whene and where all objections thereto may be hard.

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of this Order be published int he Pinedale Roundup, Wyoming.

Dated this 20th day of May, 2019.

Janet K. Montgomery

District Court Clerk

Public Notice #7898 published in the Pinedale Roundup on May 31, 2019

 

OFFICIAL COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS

 May 7, 2019

The Board of County Commissioners met in regular session in the Commission Room of the Sublette County Courthouse in Pinedale, Wyoming on this date at 9:00 A.M.

Chairman David Burnett called the meeting to order and led those present in the Pledge of Allegiance.  Present were:  Skylar Wilson, Joy Ufford representing the Pinedale roundup, Clint Gilchrest, Matt Gaffney from the County Attorney’s office, Mike Jackson, Eric Sackett, Billy Pape, Jim Gehlhausen, Kayhla Carey (Deputy County Clerk) and Carrie Long, County Clerk.

The minutes of the prior meeting were approved and ordered filed by motion of Commissioner Vickrey, seconded by Commissioner Rawhouser.  Motion carried.

The agenda was approved with the removal of Abatements from the County Assessor, by motion from Commissioner Noble, seconded by Commissioner Bousman.  Motion carried.

Billy Pape, Road and Bridge Supervisor, Reported on department activities. The crusher is setting up at the Richardson Pit and should be up and running by next week. 

Mike Jackson, representing Rio Verde, stated the packet had been sent out for the use permit for Skyline Rock and Rob Hoeschler had signed off on the permit.  Commissioner Noble made the motion to accept the Skyline Rock permit and have Commissioner Burnett execute the signature page.  Commissioner Vickrey seconded the motion.  Motion carried.

Mike Jackson also met with the Board to discuss the Trappers Point Historical Monument Access Road.  He stated BLM wanted clarification on whether the road was going to be a county road or an easement in perpetuity.  Commissioner Bousman made a motion that the Board authorize an application for a perpetual right-of-way across the aforesaid lands in the name of County of Sublette. Commissioner Noble seconded the motion.  Motion carried. 

Commissioner Bousman made a motion to have Commissioner Burnett execute the signature page.  Commissioner Rawhouser seconded the motion.  Motion carried.

Eric Sackett, representing Rio Verde Engineering, stated the permit was complete for the landfill for another 8 years.

Brian Espenscheid and Tim McKinney, representing Antelope Ridge Estates Road, met with the Board to request the county take over maintenance of the subdivision road.  The Board made no action on the request.

KC Lehr, Sheriff, along with Kenna Tanner, Search and Rescue Coordinator, met with the Board to update on department activities. Sheriff Lehr invited the Commissioners to observe and or participate in a firearms training simulator that will be in town on May 14.

Shad Cooper, Fire Warden, met with the Board to report on department activities.  He also had an updated quote to address the concerns about the upgrade on the outer wall which will add $13,000 to the project. Shad also presented an estimate from Premier Site Development to replace the windows in the Fire Hall for an additional $6800.  Commissioner Noble made a motion to accept the change order, Commissioner Bousman seconded the motion.  Motion carried.

Shad also had two sealed bids for the Type 6 Apparatus.  Chairman Burnett opened the bids from Front Range and Hyman.  Shad said he would like to have a couple of weeks to review the bids.

Shad Cooper, Sheriff Lehr and Dave Smith updated the Board regarding the Enterprise Tower situation.  The structure analysis had failed and the necessary modifications would cost approximately $100,000.  Cooper stated they are exploring alternative sites, specifically a Luman Road Site located on BLM land.  A Cultural Inventory and a Paleo Inventory will need to be conducted.  The estimated cost the new site would be approximately $475,989.00. Commissioner Noble made a motion to move forward with the new site, Commissioner Bousman seconded the motion.  Motion carried. Commissioner Noble made a motion to proceed with the Paleo and Cultural Inventory, not to exceed, $15,000.  Commissioner Rawhouser seconded the motion.  Motion carried.

Commissioner Rawhouser made a motion to recess to Executive Session with Shad Cooper and Sheriff Lehr, pursuant to W.S. 16-4-405iii to discuss potential litigation.  Commissioner Noble seconded the motion. Motion carried. 

It was moved by Commissioner Bousman, seconded by Commissioner Noble to reconvene the session.  Motion carried.

Tracey Hoover, Deputy County Clerk, met with the Board regarding the transfer of a retail liquor license.  Elkhorn Lodge, LLC is in the process of selling the establishment to Elkhorn Trading Post.  The sale is to be complete on May 15th.  The liquor division has approved the transfer upon the completion of the sale.  Commissioner Noble made a motion to approve the transfer upon completion of the sale, Commissioner Rawhouser seconded the motion.  Motion carried.

Tracey also presented a Malt Beverage Permit for approval for the Sublette County Sporting Association.  Commissioner Rawhouser made a motion to approve the permit, Commissioner Noble seconded the motion.  Motion carried with Commissioner Vickrey abstaining from the vote. 

Tracey presented a Catering Permit for approval for 4T’s DBA as Waterhole #3 for the Kentucky Derby Party.  Commissioner Noble made a motion for approval, Commissioner Vickrey seconded the motion.  Motion carried.

Dennis Fornstrom, Planning and Zoning Administrator, along with Mike Guinn with NGL, presented an application by NGL Water Solutions, LLC for a Conditional Use Permit, pursuant to Chapter V of the Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations, entitled Conditional Uses.  The application by NGL Water Solutions, LLC is for a conditional use Permit within the Agricultural (A-1) Zoning District for the construction of an Underground Waste Water Injection Facility to be located within their 2,000-acre property and will be located within Sec 21 & 22, T31N, R108W, Sublette County, Wyoming.  The Planning and Zoning Board had reviewed and recommended for Approval.  Commissioner Bousman made a motion to approve the Water Injection Facility, Commissioner Rawhouser seconded the motion.  Motion carried.

Dennis also submitted a request for Change in Zoning District Boundary from Dale & Lisa Gray pursuant to Chapter VIII, Section 2, of the Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations.  The application proposes a Change of Zoning District Boundary for the 9.67-acre parcel from rural Residential 10 Acre to Rural Residential 5 Acre Zoning.  The affected property is described as lot 9, of the Spirit Winds Estates, Bondurant, Wy.  After discussion from citizens present and the recommendation of the Planning and Zoning Board the application be denied, Commission Bousman made a motion to deny the request for a Change in Zoning District Boundary.  Commissioner Vickrey seconded the motion.  Motion carried.

Brianne Brower, representing the Sublette County Fair Grounds, met with the Board to discuss Art in the Ag Center.  The Board gave Brianne verbal approval to proceed. 

Commissioner Rawhouser made a motion to approve Accounts Payable.  Commissioner Vickrey seconded the motion.  Motion carried.

AMERICAN FAMILY LIFE ASSURANCE 4,433.06 GREAT-WEST TRUST COMPANY, LLC 10,805.00 / SUBLETTE COUNTY PAYROLL ACCT. 412.25 JEFFERSON PILOT FINANCIAL INSURANCE 7,994.72 / 056-NCPERS WYOMING 256.00 NEW YORK LIFE 1,281.81 / SUBLETTE COUNTY PAYROLL ACCT 545,233.67 SUBLETTE CO PAYROLL ACCT 51,614.83 / VALIC 208.82 WYOMING CHILD SUPPORT 1,952.00 / WYOMING RETIREMENT SYSTEM 1,140.00 WYOMING RETIREMENT SYSTEM 89,967.75 / WYOMING RETIREMENT SYSTEM 1,058.38 WYOMING RETIREMENT SYSTEM 68,432.58 / FIRST AMERICAN TITLE COMPANY 15,161.12 307 TIRE LLC 2,790.00 / AAA CREDIT SCREENING SERVICES LLC 30.00 ABS ARCHITECTURAL 1,968.00 / ADAMSON POLICE PRODUCTS 42.20 ALTITUDE DRUG LLC 1,623.98 / AMAZON 424.75 / AMERIGAS 708.13 AIR RESCUE SYSTEMS 1,935.00 / A TO Z HARDWARE 270.97 / AT&T 68.21 AXIS FORENSIC TOXICOLOGY, INC. 660.00 / BADGE FRAME, INC. 1,921.14 MARLENE BAUMAN 8.05 / MARYLISA BAXLEY 44.14 / BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS 876.60 BIG BEAR TOWING 1,350.00 / BLACK MOUNTAIN RENTALS INC 861.89 BLACK WIDOW ARENA DRAG 438.00 / B-N-C TRASH SERVICE INC. 1,414.50 BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 514.35 / BOMGAARS 182.99 / JOEL E. BOUSMAN 457.41 BRENT A BLUE, M.D. 384.00 / BRICK HOUSE SECURITY 159.99 BROWNELLS, INC. 2,409.54 / DAVID BURNETT, M.D. 184.11 / RUSSELL BURTON 50.00 CDW GOVERNMENT, INC. 381.95 / CE BROOKS & ASSOCIATES, P.C. 148.50 CONSOLIDATED ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTOR 9,072.45 / CENTURYLINK 24,552.44 CENTURYLINK 2,510.17 / CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT 300.00 CONRAD & BISCHOFF INC. 27,964.78 / COOPER, SHAD 70.83 COURTYARD MARRIOTT - CASPER 564.00 / CASSIE CRUMPTON 1,972.23 CTC TECHNOLOGY & ENERGY 8,385.00 / DAVIS & CANNON, LLP 1,425.00 DAVES ELECTRONICS 16,099.15 / DAYS INN SPRINGVILLE 900.00 / RYAN DAY 362.02 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 22,367.70 / WY DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 4.00 / DIRECTV 131.98 DJ’S GLASS PLUS 1,147.64 / DOMINION ENERGY 4,947.23 / CORRINA DORMAN 269.00 ROBERT DOYLE 4,440.00 / DUSTBUSTERS, INC. 20,168.26 EAGLE UNIFORM & SUPPLY CO. 495.96 / EATON CORPORATION 1,092.00 RANDY EDWARDS 351.76 / EMERALD SERVICES, INC. 540.00 / MICHAEL F. ENRIGHT 425.00 FASTENAL COMPANY 1,600.88 / F.B.MCFADDEN WHOLESALE 569.15 FIRE ENGINEERING COMPANY 1,009.00 / FERRELL GAS 4,563.44 / FLEETPRIDE 213.98 FLICKS N PINS 144.50 / FOR-SHOR COMPANY 1,062.00 FORSGREN ASSOCIATES INC. 9,081.50 / DENNIS FORNSTROM 102.46 FREEDOM FIGHTERS 147.00 / FRONT RANGE 769,083.00 / GALLS, LLC 1,076.66 WIL GAY 169.46 / JEANNIE GEBES 62.50 / GEOTEC INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY 3,013.04 GET WESTERN ELECTRIC LLC 193.64 / GG & G INC 543.36 GLAXOSMITHKLINE PHARMACEUTICALS 1,440.60 / GREENWOOD MAPPING, INC. 6,120.00 HAMPTON INN DURANGO 611.04 / HAMPTON INN - SPOKANE 239.42 HARRIS GOVERN FT. COLLINS 150.00 / HIGH COUNTRY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH 5,000.00 HELEN HEGARDT 1,041.67 / HAMPTON INN & SUITES- BUFFALO 1,307.54 HOBACK LAW 1,000.00 / HOLLAND EQUIPMENT COMPANY 1,400.58 HOLIDAY INN OF CODY 109.99 / HOLIDAY INN SHERIDAN HOTEL & 940.00 HONNEN EQUIPMENT CO. 1,015.94 / ALAN HUSTON 343.56 INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIES OF 200.00 / INTERSTATE BATTERIES OF 350.85 INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC 121.00 / JACKSON HOLE LAW, PC 372.28 JIM’S UPHOLSTERY 800.00 / JOHNSON CONTROLS 2,363.20 JOHNSON HYDRAULICS, INC. 11,063.31 / ALARIC KADERAVEK 476.40 THE KAINER LAW GROUP, P.C. 120.00 / JOHN KELLY 179.45 / KOESSEL, CHERYL D. 90.48 LABARGE ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE 500.00 / LITTLE AMERICA HOTELS AND RESORTS 752.00 TRAVIS LANNING 858.77 / K. C. LEHR 442.23 / LEONARD PETROLEUM EQUIPMENT 68.04 LEO RILEY & CO. 8,750.00 / L. N. CURTIS & SONS 1,183.34 LR COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 59.00 / STEPHANIE LUND 1,744.68 M & M TRANSFER INC. 22,464.94 / MEMORIAL HOSPITAL SWEETWATER 1,218.00 JAMES MITCHELL 42.25 / MITY LITE INC. 714.34 / MMSGS 388.31 MODERN PRINTING COMPANY 139.00 / MOOSELY MAILBOXES 16.47 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS, INC. 3,715.12 / MOUNTAIN STATES WATER 1,400.00 MSC INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY 4,129.58 / NATIONAL SHERIFF’S ASSOCIATION 115.00 NATIONAL TOOL WAREHOUSE 1,446.42 / NEAL NELSON 50.00 NORMONT EQUIPMENT CO 1,165.60 / OFFICE DEPOT 1,297.37 / OFFICE OUTLET 162.91 ONE CALL NOW 62.05 / OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY OF 11,823.65 / HANNA PATTERSON 155.62 PINE CREEK DITCH ASSOCIATION 672.27 / PETERBILT OF WYOMING 21,775.74 PICKAROON TIMBER PRODUCTS INC 79.80 / PINEDALE GLASS & MORE 280.00 PINEDALE NATURAL GAS CO. 12,169.58 / PINEDALE ROUNDUP 86.00 PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION INC 74.79 / PREMIER SITE DEVELOPMENT, LLC 128,694.25 CHRIS WEBB 1,530.00 / QUILL CORPORATION 3,311.27 / RALLY POINT TRAINING 225.00 RAMKOTA HOTEL AND CONFERENCE 498.00 / MACK RAWHOUSER 120.14 REBEL AUTO PARTS 2,044.31 / REDWOOD TOXICOLOGY LABORATORY 1,126.00 RENDEZVOUS POINTE 12,825.00 / RESPOND FIRST AID SYSTEMS 49.99 RIDLEY’S FAMILY MARKETS 533.63 / RIVERA LODGE 312.50 ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 11,522.57 / ROCKY MOUNTAIN YETI PINEDALE 4,315.38 ROCK SPRINGS WINNELSON 1,189.68 / ROGUE FITNESS 1,057.80 SAFETY SUPPLY & SIGN CO. INC 2,632.00 / SAFV TASK FORCE 6,189.43 S.A.M. SERVICES, LLC 2,637.00 / JENESS SAXTON 49.66 / SCOTT, TRISHA 9.74 SUBLETTE COUNTY RURAL HEALTH 616.00 / SECRETARY OF STATE 60.00 SEHNERT SYSTEMS INC 10,320.00 / SEMI SERVICE INC. 35,225.21 SHADOW MOUNTAIN WATER OF WY 388.50 / SIRCHIE FINGER PRINT LABORATORIES 211.35 SNAKE RIVER SUPPLY 5,328.95 / SOUTHWEST SUBLETTE COUNTY 48.00 STAR VALLEY POWERSPORTS 122.75 / STERLING COMMUNICATIONS 2,690.90 ST. JOHN’S MEDICAL CENTER 11,358.59 / SUBLETTE BOCES 300.00 SUBLETTE CENTER 35,000.00 / SUBLETTE EXAMINER 43.00 / JACOB SUNDGREN 420.00 SUPREME BUILDING SYSTEMS 47,900.00 / KENNA TANNER 226.61 TEAM LABORATORY CHEMICAL CORP. 10,965.00 / THOMSON REUTERS-WEST 33.60 THOMAS Y. PICKETT & CO., INC 24,000.00 / THE TIRE DEN, INC. 840.00 TRAPPER CONTRACTORS 1,375.00 / TRI-COUNTY SANITATION, INC. 635.00 TRI-STATE TRUCK & EQUIPMENT INC 12,848.95 / TRUENORTH STEEL 4,360.56 SARAH TURNER 85.84 / TETON YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES 9,882.00 / ULINE 35.87 DEPARTMENT OF WORKFORCE SERV 89.09 / UNION TELEPHONE 8,548.30 VALLI INFORMATION SYSTEMS, INC 5,082.23 / WATTS STEAM STORE, INC. 77.00 WAXIE SANITARY SUPPLY 18.78 / WAZITECH TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS 6,350.00 WEIDNER FIRE 104.13 / WESTECH EQUIPMENT 778.59 / WESTERN TIRE CHAIN 1,049.62 WESTERN TIRE RECYCLERS LLC 33,568.00 / WEX BANK 2,354.47 WYOMING GUARDIANS AD LITEM PROGRAM 3,211.94 WIESBADEN HOT SPRINGS SPA & LODGING 2,436.24 / WILLIAMS AUTOMOTIVE INC. 1,195.07 WIND RIVER PRODUCTS 48.00 / WIRELESS ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS, 1,841.00 WYOMING STATE 4-H FOUNDATION 290.00 / WYOMING MACHINERY COMPANY 10,674.25 WYO LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY 645.00 / WYOMING STATE FORESTRY - SHOP 41.51 XEROX CORPORATION 1,003.15

Commissioner Vickrey made a motion to approve Payroll in the amount of $981,320.03.  Commissioner Bousman seconded the motion.  Motion carried.

The following official Bonds were approved and ordered filed with the County Treasurer:

William W. Cramer, Treasurer, of the Highland Irrigation District;

William W. Cramer, Treasurer, of the Fayette irrigation District;

Michael Henn, Secretary / Treasurer of the Sublette County Fair Board;

Gary Neely, Treasurer, of the Sublette County Museum Board.

Old Business / Public Comment:  Wendy Bowman reported on recent activities for the Sublette County Rural Health Care District.  Commissioner Rawhouser reported the deer fence is still moving forward.  Commissioner Bousman reported he has drafted a letter to the forest service and would like it put on County Letterhead; Commissioner Noble reported he has attended the last 2 zoning meeting and is still working on broadband.  Commissioner Vickrey reported he had meet with Sukey Hohl at the Library to establish communication.  Chairman Burnett reported on the two meeting he attended with Elected Officials and Department Heads regarding budget requests.

Commissioner Rawhouser made a motion to appoint Pam Chrisman to the Ag Board.  Commissioner Rawhouser seconded the motion.  Motion carried.

Commissioner Noble made a motion to appoint County Clerk, Carrie Long, as the Public Records designee.  Motion carried.

Commissioner Bousman made a motion to approve an annual lease of the Doyle property to Darrell Snyder for haying only, no livestock.  Commissioner Rawhouser seconded the motion.  Motion carried.

Commissioner Rawhouser made a motion to approve the contract for services for P&G Golf, LLC to maintain the Pro-Shop at the golf course.  Commissioner Vickrey seconded the motion.  Motion carried.

Meeting adjourned at 2:50 P.M.

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

SUBLETTE COUNTY, WYOMING

/s/ David Burnett, Chairman

Attest:  /s/ Carrie S. Long, County Clerk

Public Notice #7899 published in the Pinedale Roundup on May 31, 2019

 

Department of Environmental Quality, Division of Air Quality PUBLIC NOTICE:  In accordance with Chapter 6, Section 2(m) of the Wyoming Air Quality Standards and Regulations, notice is hereby given that the State of Wyoming, Department of Environmental Quality, Division of Air Quality, proposes to approve a request by Jonah Energy LLC to construct a new gas and condensate production facility, known as JF Tully 321-08H Central Facility (F029183), consisting of the JF Tully 321-08H well, with one TEG flash tank separator, one reboiler overheads condenser and one common smokeless combustion device to control volatile organic compound and hazardous air pollutant emissions associated with the dehydration unit, condensate tanks, active produced water tanks and pneumatic pumps, located in the NW1/4NW1/4 of Section 8, T28N, R108W, approximately twenty (20) miles southwest of Big Sandy, in Sublette County, Wyoming.  A Chapter 6, Section 2(c)(ii) demonstration in accordance with the Division’s Interim Policy has been conducted.  Emission offset requirements, if applicable, have been applied to this permitting action at a ratio of 1.5:1.0 for VOCs and 1.1:1.0 for NOx.  Permitting actions to date have resulted in a decrease in actual VOC emissions of 3624.0 tpy and a decrease in actual NOx emissions of 216.3 tpy.  Therefore, Jonah Energy LLC has met the offset requirements for VOCs and NOx.

For the duration of the public comment period, the permit application, the agency’s analysis, and the public notice are available for public inspection online at https://openair.wyo.gov, utilizing facility ID F029183 and permit number P0025725 under permits. This material may also be viewed online, at the above URL, utilizing a public computer at the Sublette County Library, Pinedale, Wyoming.  Additionally, for the duration of the public comment period a copy of this public notice is available for public inspection at the Sublette County Clerk’s Office, Pinedale, Wyoming.  In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, special assistance or alternate formats will be made available upon request for individuals with disabilities.

Written comments may be directed to Nancy Vehr, Administrator, Division of Air Quality, Department of Environmental Quality, 200 West 17th St., Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002 or by fax (307) 635-1784.  Please reference A0008095 in your comment.  Comments submitted by email will not be included in the administrative record.  All comments received by 5:00 p.m., Monday, July 1, 2019 will be considered in the final determination on this application.  A public hearing will be conducted only if in the opinion of the administrator sufficient interest is generated or if an aggrieved party so requests.

Public Notice #7900 published in the Pinedale Roundup on May 31, 2019

 

Department of Environmental Quality, Division of Air Quality PUBLIC NOTICE:  In accordance with Chapter 6, Section 2(m) of the Wyoming Air Quality Standards and Regulations, notice is hereby given that the State of Wyoming, Department of Environmental Quality, Division of Air Quality, proposes to approve a request by Jonah Energy LLC to modify the Sand Draw 11-12 well site by converting it to a central facility, known as the Sand Draw 11-12 Central Facility (F006115), with the addition of production and equipment associated with one new well, the Stud Horse Butte 18-12, with one reboiler overheads condenser, one TEG flash tank separator and one common smokeless combustion device to control volatile organic compound and hazardous air pollutant emissions associated with the dehydration unit, condensate tanks, active produced water tanks and pneumatic pumps, located in the NE1/4SW1/4 of Section 12, T29N, R108W, approximately fourteen (14) miles southwest of Big Sandy, in Sublette County, Wyoming.  A Chapter 6, Section 2(c)(ii) demonstration in accordance with the Division’s Interim Policy has been conducted.  Emission offset requirements, if applicable, have been applied to this permitting action at a ratio of 1.5:1.0 for VOCs and 1.1:1.0 for NOx.  Permitting actions to date have resulted in a decrease in actual VOC emissions of 3624.0 tpy and a decrease in actual NOx emissions of 216.3 tpy.  Therefore, Jonah Energy LLC has met the offset requirements for VOCs and NOx.

For the duration of the public comment period, the permit application, the agency’s analysis, and the public notice are available for public inspection online at https://openair.wyo.gov, utilizing facility ID F006115 and permit number P0025810 under permits. This material may also be viewed online, at the above URL, utilizing a public computer at the Sublette County Library, Pinedale, Wyoming.  Additionally, for the duration of the public comment period a copy of this public notice is available for public inspection at the Sublette County Clerk’s Office, Pinedale, Wyoming.  In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, special assistance or alternate formats will be made available upon request for individuals with disabilities.

Written comments may be directed to Nancy Vehr, Administrator, Division of Air Quality, Department of Environmental Quality, 200 West 17th St., Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002 or by fax (307) 635-1784.  Please reference A0008223 in your comment.  Comments submitted by email will not be included in the administrative record.  All comments received by 5:00 p.m., Monday, July 1, 2019 will be considered in the final determination on this application.  A public hearing will be conducted only if in the opinion of the administrator sufficient interest is generated or if an aggrieved party so requests.

Public Notice #7901 published in the Pinedale Roundup on May 31, 2019

 

Department of Environmental Quality, Division of Air Quality PUBLIC NOTICE:  In accordance with Chapter 6, Section 2(m) of the Wyoming Air Quality Standards and Regulations, notice is hereby given that the State of Wyoming, Department of Environmental Quality, Division of Air Quality, proposes to approve a request by Jonah Energy LLC to modify the SOL 12-25 well site by converting it to a central facility, known as the SOL 12-25 Central Facility (F017371), with the addition of production and equipment associated with two new wells, the SOL 24-35 and 92X-34, with one reboiler overheads condenser, one TEG flash tank separator and one common smokeless combustion device to control volatile organic compound and hazardous air pollutant emissions associated with the dehydration unit, condensate tanks, active produced water tanks and pneumatic pumps, located in the NW1/4SW1/4 of Section 25, T29N, R109W, approximately twenty-one (21) miles southwest of Big Sandy, in Sublette County, Wyoming.  A Chapter 6, Section 2(c)(ii) demonstration in accordance with the Division’s Interim Policy has been conducted.  Emission offset requirements, if applicable, have been applied to this permitting action at a ratio of 1.5:1.0 for VOCs and 1.1:1.0 for NOx.  Permitting actions to date have resulted in a decrease in actual VOC emissions of 3624.0 tpy and a decrease in actual NOx emissions of 216.3 tpy.  Therefore, Jonah Energy LLC has met the offset requirements for VOCs and NOx.

For the duration of the public comment period, the permit application, the agency’s analysis, and the public notice are available for public inspection online at https://openair.wyo.gov, utilizing facility ID F017371 and permit number P0025833 under permits. This material may also be viewed online, at the above URL, utilizing a public computer at the Sublette County Library, Pinedale, Wyoming.  Additionally, for the duration of the public comment period a copy of this public notice is available for public inspection at the Sublette County Clerk’s Office, Pinedale, Wyoming.  In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, special assistance or alternate formats will be made available upon request for individuals with disabilities.

Written comments may be directed to Nancy Vehr, Administrator, Division of Air Quality, Department of Environmental Quality, 200 West 17th St., Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002 or by fax (307) 635-1784.  Please reference A0008283 in your comment.  Comments submitted by email will not be included in the administrative record.  All comments received by 5:00 p.m., Monday, July 1, 2019 will be considered in the final determination on this application.  A public hearing will be conducted only if in the opinion of the administrator sufficient interest is generated or if an aggrieved party so requests.

Public Notice #7902 published in the Pinedale Roundup on May 31, 2019

 

SPECIAL MEETING MINUTES

The Town Council of the Town of Pinedale met in a special meeting on Monday, May 13, 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, Judi Boyce, and Dean Loftus. Those in attendance included Representative Albert Sommers; Chuck and Kristine Bachellor; Wendy Boman, Bill Johnson, and Dave Dorn, representing the Sublette County Rural Health Care District (SCRHD); Brian Gray, representing Jorgensen Engineering; Holly Dabb, representing the Pinedale Roundup; Eric Sackett, representing Rio Verde Engineering; Hayley Ruland, Josh Wilson, Crystal Flinner, Spencer Hartman, Kevin Mitchell, Ruth Neely, and Jim Parker Town employees; and Town Attorney, Ed Wood.

Mayor Murdock began the scheduled workshop with staff and council, the purpose for which was to have discussion of the fiscal year 2020 budget and the requirement for meter pit with new construction. Council discussed the budget and suggested some changes to the first reading. A special meeting for an additional budget workshop was set for May 21, 2109 at 5 PM. Entities that submitted proposals for contract for services with the Town will be scheduled during that meeting to give a presentation regarding their respective proposals. The requirement for meter pits during new construction was discussed. Josh Wilson was tasked with providing information regarding an alternate design for ¾-inch meters by Thursday, May 16, 2019 to determine if they will be feasible, prior to the May 21, 2019 special town council meeting.

Motion by Councilman Paravicini to a approve the minutes of the April 22, 2019 council meeting as presented. Seconded by Councilman Swafford. Motion passed 4-0-1. Councilwoman Boyce abstained.

Motion by Councilman Loftus to approve the minutes of the May 07, 2019 special meeting. Seconded by Councilman Swafford. Motion passed 5-0.

Motion by Councilman Swafford to approve the agenda as presented. Seconded by Councilman Loftus. Motion passed 5-0.

Representative Albert Sommers gave council a legislative update.

Kristine Bachellor presented to the council the EMS Week Proclamation. Motion by Councilman Paravicini to read and approve the EMS Week Proclamation. Seconded by Councilman Swafford. Motion passed 5-0.

Dave Dorn, Wendy Boman, and Bill Johnson representing the SCRHD stated the District’s desire to purchase the ballfields. Mayor Murdock replied that the town would not respond to the request for the ballfields until the SCRHD had a more detailed, firm plan that would only be achieved after the Sublette Center and the SCRHD had come to an agreement; additionally the town will not give up the ballfields until replacement fields are available. Mayor Murdock also asked that the SCRHD deliver regular updates to the Town.

Brian Gray, representing Jorgensen Associates, gave the council an update regarding the EPA.

 Motion by Councilman Paravicini to table the approval of the final plat amendment of the Jones Addition Amended Block 2, lots 15 & 16 and the decision regarding the requested waiver of the requirement for a meter pit at 629 Wilson Street by Triple Cord, LLC until it comes up for final plat review. Seconded by Councilman Swafford. Motion passed 5-0.

Motion by Councilman Swafford to accept the proposal from Idaho Traffic Safety for crosswalk painting and roadway striping in an amount not to exceed $13,103.00 with an option to renew for a second year and allow the mayor to sign the agreement upon verification of no prior bad dealings. If such verification is not obtained, then to approve the proposal by R&D Sweeping in an amount not to exceed $13,550.00 with an option to renew for a second year. Seconded by Councilman Loftus. Motion passed 5-0.

Hayley Ruland reported on the availability of funds from the Abandoned Mines Land Program Public Facilities Grant.

Motion by Councilman Swafford to approve the mayor’s appointment of Judi Boyce to the Pinedale Aquatic Center Board. Seconded by Councilman Paravicini. Motion passed 4-0-1. Councilwoman Boyce abstained.

Motion by Councilman Loftus to designate Mayor Murdock as the voting delegate to the WAM summer convention. Seconded by Councilwoman Boyce. Motion passed 4-0-1. Mayor Murdock abstained.

Motion by Councilman Paravicini to approve and direct the mayor to sign the contract between the Town and Green River Gear for operation of the Jackson Avenue Park. Seconded by Councilman Swafford. Motion passed 5-0.

Motion by Councilman Loftus to approve the WAM-JPIC contract renewal for healthcare insurance and direct the mayor to sign any necessary documents. Seconded by Councilwoman Boyce. Motion passed 5-0.

Motion Councilman Paravicini to approve Resolution 2019-15, a Resolution Adopting Rules for Camping on Jackson Avenue. Seconded by Councilman Swafford. Motion passed 5-0.

Motion by Councilman Swafford to approve Ordinance 651 on third reading, an ordinance of the Town of Pinedale, State of Wyoming, amending Section 92-8.D. of the Pinedale Municipal Code regarding spending authority for the Pinedale Travel and Tourism Commission. Seconded by Councilman Loftus. Motion passed 5-0.

Motion by Councilman Paravicini to approve Ordinance 652 on third reading, an ordinance of the Town of Pinedale, State of Wyoming, amending Section 92-3.C. of the Pinedale Municipal Code regarding removal of members of the Pinedale Travel and Tourism Commission. Seconded by Councilman Loftus. Motion passed 5-0.

Motion by Councilman Paravicini to approve Ordinance 653 on second reading, an ordinance of the Town of Pinedale, State of Wyoming, creating Section 475-23.1 of the Pinedale Municipal Code regarding removal of members of the Pinedale Planning and Zoning Commission. Seconded by Councilwoman Boyce. Motion passed 5-0.

 Motion by Councilman Swafford to approve Ordinance 654 on first reading, Annual Appropriation Ordinance for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2020 as amended as follows: Line 10-330-4100, School District Grant decrease to $0; Increase line 51-433-1745, Legal Fees by

$50,000; Increase line 10-410-0290, Office Supplies by $5,000; Increase line 10-411-0370, Training/ Travel/ Memberships by $2,000; Increase line 10-420-2360, Vet Supplies by $1,000; Increase line 10-452-2230, Fourth of July Fireworks by $15,000; Increase line 10-452-5010, Repairs and Maintenance by $25,000; Increase line 10-452-0375, Travel for Training & Maintenance by $500; Increase line 10-452-1615, Utilities - Sewer by $3,500; and Increase line 10-452-1618, Utilities - Water by $40,000. Seconded by Councilman Paravicini. Motion passed 5-0.

The following bills were presented for payment: A to Z Hardware, $25.25; All American Fuel Company, Inc., $1,647.12; American Water Works Ass’n., $294.00; Animal Clinic of Pinedale, $313.00; B-N-C Trash Service, $1,380.00; Caselle, Inc., $1,030.00; CenturyLink, $2,081.08; Clean Wash Laundromat, $3,109.00; D. A. Screening, $100.00; DC Frost Associates, Inc, $641.87; Energy Laboratories, $180.00; Freedom Mailing Services, Inc., $412.16; Global Equipment Company, Inc., $122.90; Grainger, $81.10; Greenwood Law, LLC, $3,073.61; Hach, $6,800.60; Hittle, Lora, $238.28; Honnen Equipment Co., $831.66; Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce, $199.00; Jorgensen Associates PC, $5,565.00; KPIN, $584.00; L. N. Curtis, $458.96; Legacy Equipment, $2,282.70; M & M Transfer, $237.00; Moosely Mailboxes & More, $18.06; Mtn. West LLC, $1,685.00; Neely, Ruth, $48.00; New Thought Media, $8,284.59; Office Outlet, $59.75; Peak Asphalt LLC, $1,813.35; Pinedale Adult Hockey Association, $500.00; Pinedale Auto Supply, $1,356.59; Pinedale Computer, $235.00; Pinedale Hockey Association, $3,500.00; Pinedale Lions Club, $688.00; Pinedale Lumber, $11.70; Pinedale Natural Gas, Inc., $2,029.74; Premier Site Development, LLC, $1,950.00; Ralph E. Wood, $6,593.75; Rebel Auto Parts, $47.36; Reed’s Ready-Mix & Construction, $60.00; Ridley’s Family Market, $174.83; Rio Verde Engineering, Inc., $1,320.00; River Oaks Communications Corporation, $497.00; Rocky Mountain Power, $9,216.18; Rocky Mountain Wash, $26.75; Rudnick, Maureen, $376.62; Ryckman, Hayley, $185.00; Sani-Star, $2,288.00; Tri-County Sanitation, Inc., $66.00; Uline, $380.53; United States Plastic Corp., $206.67; Visa, $2,226.20; WAM, $525.00; Wyoming.com, LLC, $759.75; and Wyoming Machinery Co., $469.12.

Motion by Councilman Loftus to approve the bills in the amount of $79,288.83 payable with checks 25122-25177. Seconded by Councilman Paravicini. Motion passed 5-0.

Motion by Councilman Swafford at 7:45 PM to enter executive session to discuss pending litigation. Seconded by Councilwoman Boyce. Motion passed 5-0.

Motion by Councilman Swafford to enter regular session at 8:10 PM. Seconded by Councilman Paravicini. Motion passed 5-0.

Motion by Councilman Paravicini to adjourn. Seconded by Councilman Swafford. Motion passed 5-0. The meeting adjourned at 8:15 PM.

Matt W. Murdock, Mayor

ATTEST:

Maureen Rudnick, Clerk/Treasurer

Public Notice #7903 published in the Pinedale Roundup on May 31, 2019

 

SPECIAL MEETING MINUTES

The Town Council of the Town of Pinedale met in a special meeting on Tuesday, May 21, 2019 in the Commissioner’s 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, Judi Boyce, and Dean Loftus. Those in attendance included Holly Dabb, representing the Pinedale Roundup; Hayley Ruland, Jim Parker, Josh Wilson, Spencer Hartman, and Kevin Mitchell, Town Employees; Lori Joyner, representing Big Brothers Big Sisters; Roy DeWitt, representing the Sublette County Chamber of Commerce; Monte Bolgiano, representing Main Street Pinedale; Susan Kramer, representing HEAR; Paul Jensen, representing Rendezvous Pointe; Allison Long, representing the Children’s Discovery Center; Landon Call; Maike Tan, representing the LOBA Foundation; Becky Gregory, representing Children’s Learning Center; Carla Sullivan, representing M.E.S.A.; Holly Roberts and Teresa Sander, representing Pinedale Preschool;  and Amber Anderson, representing the Pinedale Aquatic Center.

A representative of each of the following organizations gave a short report on what they do and how they plan on serving Pinedale residents if contracted for services with the Town of Pinedale: Big Brothers Big Sisters, M.E.S.A., Sublette County Chamber of Commerce; Pinedale Preschool, Main Street Pinedale, Rendezvous Pointe, Children’s Discovery Center, Children’s Learning Center, Happy Endings Animal Rescue, the LOBA Foundation, and the Pinedale Aquatic Center.

Town Council reviewed information regarding the pro’s and con’s of requiring a meter pit with new construction. Motion by Councilman Swafford to discontinue acceptance of water and sewer connection application until May 29, 2019 pending council approval of a resolution detailing the criteria for temporarily waiving the requirement for meter pits with new construction.

Motion by Councilman Swafford to amend the minutes of the April 22 meeting by removing the address of a meter pit exemption for Landon Call. Seconded by Councilman Paravicini. Motion passed 3-0-2. Councilman Loftus and Councilwoman Boyce abstained.

The Fiscal Year 20 budget was discussed with no action taken. Any suggested changes will be made on May 28 during the regularly scheduled town council meeting.

Motion by Councilman Paravicini to adjourn. Seconded by Councilwoman Boyce. Motion passed 5-0. The meeting was adjourned at 9:52 PM.

Matt W. Murdock, Mayor

ATTEST:

Maureen Rudnick, Clerk/Treasurer

Public Notice #7904 published in the Pinedale Roundup on May 31, 2019

 

ORDINANCE NO. 653

AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF PINEDALE, STATE OF WYOMING, CREATING SECTION 475-23.1 OF THE PINEDALE MUNICIPAL CODE REGARDING REMOVAL OF MEMBERS OF THE PINEDALE PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT HEREBY ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF PINEDALE, WYOMING THAT THE SECTION 475-23.1 OF CHAPTER 475 OF THE PINEDALE MUNICIPAL CODE IS HEREBY CREATED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:

475-23.1 Removal

Any member of the Planning and Zoning Commission may be removed at any time by the Mayor with or without cause.

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 April 22, 2019.

PASSED ON SECOND READING ON _May 13, 2019.

PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED ON THIRD READING ON May 28, 2019.

ATTEST: TOWN OF PINEDALE,

WYOMING:

BY: MATT W. MURDOCK, MAYOR

Public Notice #7905 published in the Pinedale Roundup on May 31, 2019

 

 

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