9-17-2021 Pinedale Roundup Legals


NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to WYO. STAT. §§ 34-4-101 through 34-4-113, Peter D. Holdings, llc as assignee ("Mortgagee") of the Mortgage (as defined herein) intends to foreclose an Oil and Gas Leasehold Mortgage and Security Agreement ("Leasehold Mortgage") made by Black Diamond Energy of Delaware, Inc., a Delaware corporation ("Mortgagor") and in favor of S& T Bank with respect to all rights, titles, interests, and estates of mortgagor in and to the Mortgaged Premises, as the same are defined in and more particularly described in the Leasehold Mortgage and Collateral Assignment of Leases and Pipelines (“Collateral Assignment”) dated May 2,2007, and recorded on May 16,2007, in the County Clerk's Office of Sublette County, Wyoming at Book Volume 135 O&G, Page 9, instrument number 327427with a first amendment to Oil and Gas Leasehold Mortgage and Security Agreement-Black Diamond Energy of Delaware, inc dated January 29, 2009; recorded February 6,2009 in Sublette County (Wyoming) Records at Book 139 O & G, page 506, instrument number 341066 assigned by S&T Bank to Mortgagee to Mitchell Resources, LLC on May 19, 2011 which then assigned the S & T Bank Mortgages to Peter D. Holdings, LLC on May 12, 2014 and recorded on October 14, 2014, in the County Clerk's Office of Sublette County, Wyoming at O & G Book Volume 155, Page 318 Document #0374747. The Mortgage will be foreclosed by sale to the highest bidder at a public auction of the equipment and inventory described pursuant to a power of sale contained in the Mortgage. Black Diamond Energy of Delaware Inc.(Mortgagor) has defaulted under said Mortgage. The amount of the Note now due and owing under the Mortgage is $9,927,858.30. The Oil Field Equipment, including pipelines, separators, tanks and contents (Oil Inventory) to be foreclosed are Parcel ID Number 90006824OG Local ID number 09PP06824 in Tax District 900, and can also be found attached to the Mortgage set forth above, and the amendments thereto, on file with the County Clerk's Office of Sublette County, Wyoming. NOTICE-IS –HEREBY-GIVEN, pursuant to Wyoming Statues Section 34-4-109 (2003) that the foreclosure sale of the above Mortgage will take place at 10:00 a.m. on Friday morning @ 10am September 24, 2021 at the Sublette County Courthouse in Pinedale, Wyoming 82941. 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 a bid. Dated August 12, 2021.
Peter D. Holdings, LLC, Mortgagee
By:/S/ Peter D. Dochinez
200 Brush Run Road STE A
Greensburg, PA 15601
724-468-5665
Notice #8714 published in the Pinedale Roundup on Aug. 20, 27, Sept. 3, 10, 17, 2021.

ABANDONED VEHICLE INFORMATION
Make: HONDA
Model: CRV
Year: 2002
VIN#: JHLRD78822C00372
Price: $500.00
Location: 219 E. MILL ST, PINEDALE, WY 82941
Date/Time of Sale: SEPT. 17th, 2:00 PM
Notice #8720 published in the Pinedale Roundup on Sept. 3, 10, 17, 2021.

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID PROPOSAL
PROJECT: REMOVAL OF SNOW PILES
OWNER: Sublette County School District # 1
665 N. Tyler Ave.
Pinedale, Wyoming 82941
BID DATE: Thursday, September 30, 2021
BID TIME: Time 4:00 PM MT
Sublette County School District # 1 in Pinedale, WY is seeking a qualified vendor / contractor to removal snow piles from district parking lots. Proposals will be received at the Sublette County School District # 1 Administration Office located at 665 N. Tyler Ave., Pinedale, WY 82941.
BIDS WILL BE OPENED 4:00 P.M., Thursday September 30, 2021, in the office of the Director of Operations. LATE BIDS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
Request for Proposal criteria, specifications, and details may be obtained and downloaded from the Sublette County School District No.1 Web Site www.sub1.org at Departments / Business / Files / Request for Proposals RFPs or by contacting Jeryl Fluckiger, Director of Operations at 307-367-5560. Questions pertaining to the project should be directed to Jeryl Fluckiger. 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 published on our website with the RFP.
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 on the following:
1. Compliance with all requirements
2. Price
3. Ability, capability, and skills of the Vendor to perform
4. Character, integrity, reputation, judgment, experience, and efficiency of the Vendor
5. Quality of previous performance
6. Whether the vendor can perform within the time specified
Notice #8723 published in the Pinedale Roundup on Sept. 10, 17, 2021.

OFFICIAL COUNTY COMMISSIONERS’ PROCEEDINGS
August 17, 2021
The Board of County Commissioners met in regular session in the Commissioners Meeting Room of the Sublette County Courthouse on this date at 9:00 a.m. with Joel Bousman, Tom Noble, Doug Vickrey, Sam White, Dave Stephens, Matt Gaffney, Clayton Melinkovich, Brady Oltman, representing the Pinedale Roundup, and Carrie Long, County Clerk, present.
The agenda was approved on motion by Commissioner Stephens, seconded by Commissioner Vickrey. Motion carried.
The minutes of the meeting on August 2, establishing the mill levy, and of the regularly scheduled meeting on August 17, were approved and ordered filed on motion by Commissioner Vickrey, seconded by Commissioner White. Motion carried.
Billy Pape, Road and Bridge, updated the Board on activities. Eric Sackett and Mike Jackson, Rio Verde Engineering, reviewed two applications, Big Loop LL and Carmichael Hills, for Class I roads with the Board. After discussion, Commissioner White made a motion to move forward with Carmichael Hills application to accept the .75 mile of road pending the upgrade to county specification and signatures of owners of the land granting public use of the road. Commissioner Noble seconded the motion. Motion carried.
It was moved by Commissioner Noble, seconded by Commissioner White to approve a change order in the amount of $-134,844.44 upon completion of Cottonwood-Ryegrass Phase One. Motion carried.
An MOU between Teton County and Sublette County concerning delivery and acceptance of waste for $63.00 per ton was approved on motion by Commissioner White seconded by Commissioner Stephens. Motion carried.
Matt Gaffney, County Administrator, presented three names for nomination for the Visitor Center Board: Tanya Miller, Roger McMannis, and Matt Murdock. It was moved by Commissioner Noble, seconded by Commissioner White to approve the three nominations. It was moved by Commissioner White, seconded by Commissioner Stephens to appoint Commissioner Noble as well as Matt Gaffney to the Board. Motion carried.
Commissioner Noble made a motion to approve a Resolution establishing the Sublette County Interoperable Radio System Standing Committee to include: the Sublette County Sheriff, Fire Chief/Warden, Director of Information and Technology, and Administrator. The motion was approved by Commissioner White. Motion carried.
Todd Hurd, Forsgren Associates, updated the Board on projects. He presented a change order for a time extension from August 15 to September 30 for the Daniel Fire Hall. The extension was approved on motion by Commissioner Noble, seconded by Commissioner White. Motion carried.
Hurd also presented a request from Fire Warden, Shad Cooper, to purchase a ventilation system for the Daniel Fire Hall in the amount of $76,000. Commission Noble made a motion to table the decision until Chief Cooper could be consulted. Commissioner Vickrey seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Clayton Melinkovich, Deputy County Attorney, met with the Board to discuss several items:
• Authorization to drill a well at the golf course was granted on motion by Commissioner White, seconded by Commissioner Noble. Motion carried.
• A contract between the Town of Pinedale and Sublette County for law enforcement services was approved on motion by Commissioner Noble, seconded by Commissioner Vickrey. Motion carried.
• The lease for Rendezvous Point was approved on motion by Commissioner White, seconded by Commissioner Vickrey. Motion carried.
• The contract with Y2 for the update of the Community Wildfire Protection Plan was approved on motion by Commissioner Noble, seconded by Commissioner Vickrey. Motion carried.
Melinkovich also raised the question regarding the revenue from Aspen Grove and the Board’s intent with future revenue. Commissioner Noble made a motion stating the revenues from Aspen Grove go to the new long term care facility upon approval of the USDA loan to build a long-term care facility for a ten-year period. Commissioner White seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Accounts payable, in the amount of $2,175,375.18 was approved as amended by Commissioner White, seconded by Commissioner Noble to include the $5000 to Burning Torch Productions for a PBS sponsorship. Motion carried.
ACE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY 1,025.00 / ADP,LLC 1,102.36 ALLIANCE FOR HISTORIC WYOMING 5,000.00 / ALTITUDE DRUG LLC 208.04 AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES 350.53 / A. PLEASANT CONSTRUCTION 315,305.42 A TO Z HARDWARE 1,559.54 / AVAIL VALLEY CONSTRUCTION - WY, LLC 75,765.43 DEBORAH BAUMER 394.62 / BELVEAL'S SIGNS 344.00 / MARIA BIGGS 121.02 BLUE 360 MEDIA LLC 331.50 / BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 14.70 BRIDGES OUT OF POVERTY 1,835.00 / BUCKY'S OUTDOOR, L.L.C. 102.97 BURNEY & COMPANY 33.16 / BURNING TORCH PRODUCTIONS 5,000.00 CENTURYLINK 2,027.80 / NEOPOST 10,000.00 / CONRAD & BISCHOFF INC. 3,539.98 COOPER, SHAD 1,183.81 / COUNTRY LANE GAS & GROCERIES 37.91 / CURTIS COVILL 36.82 CPS DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 41.20 / CREATIVE PRODUCT SOURCE, INC. 273.66 CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN LLC 51,847.00 / DAVES ELECTRONICS 4,120.00 DELL MARKETING LP 6,854.88 / WYOMING DEPT OF HEALTH 234.88 DIAMONDVILLE COLLISION CENTER 3,320.00 / DIRECTV 229.24 / DNOW L.P. 655.06 DOMINION ENERGY 448.76 / D. SWAIN DESIGN 706.99 / DULTMEIER SALES 105.96 DUSTBUSTERS, INC. 104,649.51 / EAGLE UNIFORM & SUPPLY CO. 311.82 F.B.MCFADDEN WHOLESALE 60.15 / FERRELLGAS 1,463.40 / FLEETPRIDE 1,051.02 FLOYD'S TRUCK CENTER 23.56 / FORSGREN ASSOCIATES INC. 9,136.52 FORENSIC PATHOLOGY CONSULTANT 1,250.00 / GALLS, LLC 297.92 GREENWOOD MAPPING, INC. 2,205.00 / HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS - LANDER 774.00 HONNEN EQUIPMENT CO. 368.98 / LAILA ILLOWAY 50.00 INTERSTATE BATTERIES OF 142.95 / INTERMOUNTAIN SLURRY SEAL, INC 944,676.77 JOHNSON CONTROLS 177.00 / KLIM 149.80 / KOESSEL, CHERYL D. 41.25 KPIN 101.1 FM 103.50 / ROBERT LAING 50.00 / LARRY H MILLER JEEP DODGE 12.26 JANNA LEE 1,319.51 / LEGEND HYDROVACING, INC 1,610.00 LOWER VALLEY ENERGY 190.54 / LR COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 118.00 M & M TRANSFER INC. 18,506.82 / MID-AMERICAN RESEARCH CHEMICAL 236.04 MIDWAY MALL 94.58 / MMSGS 828.17 / MOBIL SATELLITE TECHNOLOGIES 4,799.76 MOOSELY MAILBOXES 239.77 / MOTTOMOBILE, INC. 925.00 NATIONAL BUSINESS FURNITURE INC 2,642.44 / JACLYN NELSON 55.00 / NMS LABS 147.00 NORMONT EQUIPMENT CO 512.77 / OFFICE ALLY 35.00 / OFFICE DEPOT 214.65 OFFICE OUTLET 1,058.94 / BILLY E. PAPE 1,219.14 / MICHAEL PARKER 75.00 PUBLIC AGENCY TRAINING COUNCIL 595.00 / PERFORMANCE TECH, LLC 1,216.60 PETERBILT OF WYOMING 36,801.56 / PICKAROON TIMBER PRODUCTS INC 185.25 PINEDALE AUTO SUPPLY 1,330.65 / PINEDALE LUMBER 713.20 PINEDALE ROUNDUP 3,721.26 / U.S. POSTMASTER 508.00 / QUILL CORPORATION 216.97 R & D SWEEPING & ASPHALT 37,930.00 / THE RADIO NETWORK 70.00 / RATIO 5,238.32 REBEL AUTO PARTS 329.26 / RELADYNE WEST, LLC 31,214.67 RENDEZVOUS POINTE 6,390.00 / RIDLEY'S FAMILY MARKETS 138.06 RIO VERDE ENGINEERING 27,034.61 / RIVERA LODGE 142.00 ROCKY MOUNTAIN ASSOCIATION OF FAIRS 500.00 ROCKY MOUNTAIN OILFIELD WAREHOUSE 260.12 / ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 17,735.97 ROCKY MOUNTAIN WASH, LLC 790.25 / ROCKY MOUNTAIN COMPETITIVE SOLUTION 523.93 ROCKY MOUNTAIN YETI PINEDALE 99.14 / RUGGED MOUNTAIN AVIATION,LLC 55,870.00 SAFETY SUPPLY & SIGN CO. INC 804.79 / SAFV TASK FORCE 22,812.00 SATCOM GLOBAL 277.05 / DON SCHOOLEY 50.00 / SUBLETTE CO PAYROLL ACCT 200,000.00 SUBLETTE COUNTY RURAL HEALTH 2,916.00 / SEMI SERVICE INC. 167.00 SHADOW MOUNTAIN WATER OF WY 70.50 / SUBLETTE EXAMINER 150.00 SW SUBLETTE PIONEERS 85,500.00 / TEGELER & ASSOCIATES 979.00 THOMSON REUTERS-WEST 1,130.94 / THE TIRE DEN, INC. 3,826.97 TOWN OF PINEDALE 2,275.26 / TRANSFER FLOW, INC. 1,773.33 TRANS UNION RISK AND ALTERNATIVE 179.20 / TRISHA SCOTT CMT, LPC 110.33 UNION TELEPHONE 41.92 / VALLEY WIDE COOPERATIVE 38.07 VOIANCE LANGUAGE SERVICES 25.00 / WAXIE SANITARY SUPPLY 1,741.47 WY DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 2.00 / WEIDNER FIRE 312.58 / MINDI K. CRABB 1,750.00 WILLIAMS AUTOMOTIVE INC. 203.05 / WILDRED SERVICES 1,300.00 WYOMING MACHINERY COMPANY 17,450.04 / WYOMING.COM 10.00 WYOMING STATE FORESTRY - SHOP 583.94 / WYOMING WATERWORKS, LLC 86.25 WYOMING STATE BAR 100.00 / XYLEM DEWATERING SOLUTIONS, INC. 2,271.06 FRANK J. ZAMBONI & CO., INC. 901.83
It was moved by Commissioner Stephens, seconded by Commissioner Vickrey to reroute the PBS sponsorship through the Visitor Center rather than the Historical Society line item. Motion carried.
Laila Illoway, County Assessor, presented an adjustment to the tax roll in the amount of $-18,390. Chairman Bousman signed the adjustment.
A catering permit for Waterhole #3 for the 28th of August at the Fair Grounds was approved on motion by Commissioner Stephens, seconded by Commissioner Vickrey. Motion carried.
Commissioners discussed old business. Public comment was from Dave Doorn, representing the Hospital District with updates regarding facilities for Public Health, Veteran Services and the Sanitarian.
Meeting adjourned at 11:55 a.m.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
SUBLETTE COUNTY, WYOMING
/s/ Joel Bousman, Chairman
Attest:
/s/ Carrie S. Long, County Clerk
Notice #8724 published in the Pinedale Roundup on Sept. 17, 2021.

In accordance with W.S. 21-3-110 (a)(ii), the following warrants, excluding individual salaries over $500.00 were issued by Sublette County School District No 1 at the regular Board Meeting September 9, 2021.
PAYEE CHECK# AMOUNT
GENERAL: AMAZON 212200019 $3,224.82 TMSC CONST 212200026 $1,712.50 2080 MEDIA 66790 $10,000.00 307 MERCANTILE 66791 $640.10 A TO Z 66792 $2,099.33 ALL AMERICAN FUEL 66795 $653.25 BENCHMARK PLUMBING 66798 $818.11 BLICK ART 66801 $1,200.90 BUSH WELLS 66803 $722.84 CENTURYLINK 66804 $3,020.03 CEV MULTIMEDIA 66805 $2,000.00 CUMMINS 66808 $613.11 CXTEC 66809 $703.00 DELTA DENTAL 66810 $16,117.20 EDGENUITY 66812 $26,600.00 EDUPORIUM 66813 $623.57 ELDER 66814 $847.69 F.B. MCFADDEN 66815 $1,152.05 GENESIS TECH 66816 $2,500.00 GOPHER PERF 66817 $785.39 HOLIDAY INN 66823 $872.00 JJPRATT 66826 $24,852.00 JME FIRE & HOIST 66827 $3,681.62 JUNIOR LIBRARY GUILD 66829 $1,057.08 LIVESCHOOL 66832 $3,204.00 MASON & MASON 66834 $2,250.00 MLM DESIGN 66835 $1,030.00 NICHOLAS 66837 $15,138.92 NOVUS GLASS 66838 $540.00 OBO'S 66839 $529.13 PINEDALE NATURAL GAS 66845 $10,940.76 PIVOT DESIGN PARTNERS 66847 $1,250.00 PROACTIVE 66848 $1,258.00 QUILL 66849 $1,162.98 RIDLEY'S 66853 $557.49 ROCKY MTN POWER 66855 $20,984.17 ROCKY MTN HOME CENTER 66856 $4,506.00 SCSD#1 GENERAL 66858 $11,018.92 SVI MEDIA 66863 $1,150.00 TELETRACTORS 66864 $132,373.00
TOWN OF PINEDALE 66865 $9,248.73 TRAFERA 66866 $4,974.90 VERMONT SYSTEMS 66868 $637.50 WAEMSP 66869 $820.00 WASA 66870 $1,650.00 WAXIE 66871 $9,012.47 WIND RIVER GARDENS 66874 $986.25 XEROX FINANCIAL 66880 $8,474.09 BLACK MTN RENTAL 66783 $550.00 MOOSELY MAILBOXES 66784 $7,822.3
Notice #8727 published in the Pinedale Roundup on Sept. 17, 2021.

STATE OF WYOMING )
COUNTY OF SUBLETTE )
IN THE DISTRICT COURT )
NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT )
CIVIL ACTION NO. 2021-8818 )
PAUL W. COOK and )
JULIA A. WARNER-COOK )
Plaintiffs, )
vs. )
TOM ORCUTT, C. J. BARNHISEL and CROWELL ORCUTT DEAN, formerly known as CROWELL ORCUTT, and if any of the above named or mentioned persons are deceased, then all of the unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, creditors and successors of ) such deceased person and all other unknown persons claiming any estate or interest in, or lien upon, the real property and premises which is subject matter of this action and is described herein,)
Defendants. )
LEGAL NOTICE
TO: TOM ORCUTT, C. J. BARNHISEL and CROWELL ORCUTT DEAN, formerly known as CROWELL ORCUTT, and if any of the above named or mentioned persons are deceased, then all of the unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, creditors and successors of such deceased person and all other unknown persons claiming any estate or interest in, or lien upon, the real property and premises which is subject matter of this action and is described herein,
Address Unknown
TAKE NOTICE that PAUL W. COOK and JULIA A. WARNER-COOK have filed a
Complaint in the District Court, Ninth Judicial District, Sublette County, Wyoming sitting in the
Town of Pinedale, to quiet title to:
A parcel of land located in the NE/4 of Section 33, T.34N., R109W., 6th P.M., Sublette County, Wyoming being more particularly described as follows:
Commencing at the northeast corner of Lot Twenty-Six (26), Block Two (2) of the
Townsite of Shelter Park, of record in Book 4 of Miscellaneous, Page 216 in the
Office of the Clerk of Sublette County, Wyoming; Thence N.72°12' 15"W., a distance of 106.00 feet to the northwest corner thereof and the true POINT OF BEGINNING of this legal description;
Thence from said POINT OF BEGINNING, S.01 °33'40"W., a distance ofl87.48 feet, more or less, to the southwest comer of said Lot Twenty-Six (26) and the northerly boundary line of Lake Road CR 23-186;
Thence N.72°12'15"W., a distance of26.22 feet, more or less, along the northerly boundary line of said Lake Road CR 23-186 to a point on the easterly boundary line of Lot Twenty-Four B (24B) of the Lot Division Plat of Lot 24, Pine Creek Subdivision as filed in Book 46 of Miscellaneous, Page 605 in said Office of the Clerk;
Thence N.00°00'36"E., a distance of 119.37 feet, more or less, to the northeast comer of said Lot Twenty-Four B (24B);
Thence N.00°00'36"E., a distance of 69.67 feet, more or less, along the east boundary line of Lot Twenty-Four A (24A) of said Lot Division Plat to a point; said point also being located at the intersection of the east boundary line of said Lot Twenty-Four A (24A) and the southerly boundary line of that Tract of land being more particularly described in Book 58 of Warranty Deeds, Page 642, as filed in said Office of the Clerk;
Thence S.72°12'15"E., a distance of31.55 feet, more or less, along the southerly boundary line of said Tract to the POINT OF BEGINNING of this legal description;
as fee simple owners of said real property naming you as Defendants, alleging that you claim estates, rights, titles, liens and interests therein which are adverse to those of the Plaintiffs, and that Plaintiffs are seeking to have their title to said real property forever quieted and a judicial determination that you have no estates, rights, titles, liens or interests therein.
FURTHER, you are notified that you are required to answer Plaintiffs' Complaint on or before 11/9/21 by filing the same with the Clerk of this Court; otherwise, said Complaint shall be taken as true and judgment shall be rendered against you accordingly.
JANET K. MONTGOMERY
Clerk of District Court
Box 764, Pinedale, WY 82941
By: Susan Gulbrandson, Deputy Clerk
Notice #8728 published in the Pinedale Roundup on Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1, 8, 2021.

ORDINANCE NO. 689
AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF PINEDALE, STATE OF WYOMING, AMENDING SECTION 475-11 BY AMENDING THE DEFINITION OF HOTEL.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT HEREBY ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF PINEDALE, WYOMING THAT THE DEFINITION OF HOTEL AS SET OUT IN SECTION 475-11 OF CHAPTER 475 OF THE PINEDALE MUNICIPAL CODE IS HEREBY AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:
HOTEL - A building, with or without individual kitchen facilities, occupied by transient guests who are lodged with or without meals, the rooms of which have primary access from interior public halls, and in which building or portion thereof there are or may be certain public rooms or halls for the service of food and drink, with or without entertainment, and other facilities intended to provide customary accessory conveniences or services normally incidental to and associated with such a use. Dwelling units located within the hotel shall have consistent use as a hotel where lodging is offered for compensation of weekly, daily or hourly rental dwelling units. Hotels shall have on-site housekeeping services and custodial services for the sole purpose of servicing those guests paying for said lodging. In compliance with WS § 15-1-601(d)(iv) and § 475-6. Continuation of existing uses, of the Pinedale Municipal Code, the provisions of this definition shall not apply to hotels in operation as of 11-26-2007.
PASSED ON FIRST READING ON August 09, 2021.
PASSED ON SECOND READING ON August 23, 2021.
PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED ON THIRD READING ON September 13, 2021.
ATTEST: TOWN OF PINEDALE,
WYOMING:
BY: MATT W. MURDOCK, MAYOR
Notice #8729 published in the Pinedale Roundup on Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1, 8, 2021.

ORDINANCE NO. 690
AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF PINEDALE, STATE OF WYOMING, AMENDING SECTION 475-11 BY AMENDING THE DEFINITION OF MOTEL.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT HEREBY ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF PINEDALE, WYOMING THAT THE DEFINITION OF MOTEL AS SET OUT IN SECTION 475-11 OF CHAPTER 475 OF THE PINEDALE MUNICIPAL CODE IS HEREBY AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:
MOTEL - A building or series of buildings in which lodging is offered for compensation and which is distinguished from a hotel primarily by reason of providing direct independent access to, and adjoining parking for, each rental unit. Dwelling units located within the building or series of buildings shall have consistent use as a motel where lodging is offered for compensation of weekly, daily or hourly rental dwelling units. Motels shall have housekeeping services and custodial services for the sole purpose of servicing those guests paying for said lodging. In compliance with WS § 15-1-601(d)(iv) and § 475-6. Continuation of existing uses, of the Pinedale Municipal Code, the provisions of this definition shall not apply to motels in operation as of11-26-2007.
PASSED ON FIRST READING ON August 09, 2021.
PASSED ON SECOND READING ON August 23, 2021.
PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED ON THIRD READING ON September 13, 2021.
ATTEST: TOWN OF PINEDALE,
WYOMING:
BY: MATT W. MURDOCK, MAYOR
Notice #8730 published in the Pinedale Roundup on Sept. 17, 2021.

STATE OF WYOMING )
COUNTY OF SUBLETTE )§
TOWN OF PINEDALE )
The Town Council of the Town of Pinedale met in regular session on Monday, August 23, 2021, in the Lovatt Room of the Sublette County Library.
The meeting was called to order by Mayor Matt Murdock at 5 p.m. Council members present: Tyler Swafford, Judi Boyce, Isaac Best and Dean Loftus. Those in attendance included: Sheriff KC Lehr, representing Sublette County Sheriff’s Office; Kari DeWitt and Dave Dorn, representing the Sublette County Critical Access Hospital; Chase Tavelli, representing the Wyoming Water Development Commission (WWDC); Gary Powell, representing Forsgren Associates; Robert Galbreath, representing the Pinedale Roundup; Max Lockett; John Overgaag; Amber Anderson, representing the Pinedale Aquatic Center (PAC); Town Attorney, Ed Wood; and Town Employees, Abram Pearce, Spencer Hartman, Randy Simpson and Ronnie Tambourine.
Mayor Murdock led those present in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Motion by Councilman Swafford to approve the agenda as amended to add I.1.; Pending Litigation. Seconded by Councilman Best. Motion passed 5-0.
Motion by Councilman Swafford to approve the minutes of the August 09, 2021, Regular Town Council meeting. Seconded by Councilman Best. Motion passed 3-0-2. Boyce and Loftus abstained.
A Special Town Council Meeting was set for Thursday, September 2, 2021, at 12 p.m. at the Sublette County Library to discuss the Food Truck Ordinance and other Town business.
Mayor Murdock presented a plaque and thanked Randy Simpson for 14 years of service to the Town. Mr. Simpson enters retirement on September 2, 2021.
Sheriff KC Lehr reported on calls for service for July 2021.
Dave Dorn and Kari DeWitt reported on progress of the Critical Access Hospital.
Gary Powell, representing Forsgren Associates, Inc., provided the final report of their findings from the WWDC Pinedale Water Master Plan Level 1 Study. The system is robust and well maintained. Four recommendations were offered: 1) Fix the freezing lines in the former Phase III area, 2) Conduct a leak detection survey, 3) Add metering to bleeder lines, 4) Purchase and install a 1.5 MG tank at the treatment plant for redundancy.
Motion by Councilman Swafford to proclaim September as Hunger Action Month in Pinedale. Seconded by Councilman Loftus. Motion passed 5-0.
Motion by Councilman Loftus to approve the Temporary Use Permit application for the Pinedale High School Homecoming Parade on September 24, 2021. Seconded by Councilwoman Boyce. Motion passed 5-0.
Motion by Councilwoman Boyce to approve the Temporary Use Permit application for the Pinedale Half Marathon on September 18, 2021. Seconded by Councilman Loftus. Motion passed 5-0.
Motion by Councilman Swafford to approve the corrected contract for services with the Pinedale Fine Arts Council in the amount of $20,000. Seconded by Councilman Best. Motion passed 5-0.
The draft contract for Dudley Key Sports Complex venue management with the Pinedale Aquatic Center was discussed.
Motion by Councilwoman Boyce to approve the contract with Flow Right Plumbing & Heating for upgrades to the laboratory heating and air conditioning system in the amount of $11.588.68. Seconded by Councilman Best. Motion passed 5-0.
Motion by Councilman Loftus to approve the annual generator maintenance service agreement with Wyoming Machinery Company in the amount of $11,533.92. Seconded by Councilman Swafford. Motion passed 5-0.
Motion by Councilman Swafford to approve the purchase of landscape bark from Miller Companies, LC in the amount of $4,140.00. Seconded by Councilman Loftus. Motion passed 5-0.
Motion by Councilman Best to approve the purchase of 10% soda ash from Brenntag Pacific in the amount of $5,366.50. Seconded by Councilwoman Boyce. Motion passed 5-0.
Motion by Councilwoman Boyce to approve the re-appointment of Laura Hattan to the Pinedale Travel and Tourism Commission until June 30, 2024. Motion passed 5-0.
Motion by Councilman Loftus to approve the appointment of Jim Hamilton to the Pinedale Travel and Tourism Commission until June 30, 2023. Seconded by Councilman Swafford. Motion passed 5-0.
Motion by Councilman Swafford to approve moving roughly $2,978,500 from the Wyoming Government Investment Fund to the Bank of Sublette County for higher interest rates and increased cash flow during construction at the airport. Seconded by Councilwoman Boyce. Motion passed 5-0.
Council reviewed monthly department reports from Animal Control & Municipal Code, Projects, Public Works, Water & Wastewater, Planning & Zoning, the Airport and Travel & Tourism.
Motion by Councilman Best to approve Ordinance 689, on second read, an Ordinance of the Town of Pinedale, State of Wyoming, amending Section 475-11 by amending the definition of hotel. Seconded by Councilman Swafford. Motion passed 5-0
Motion by Councilman Swafford to approve Ordinance 690, on second read, an Ordinance of the Town of Pinedale, State of Wyoming, amending Section 475-11 by amending the definition of motel. Seconded by Councilwoman Boyce. Motion passed 5-0.
Motion by Councilwoman Boyce to approve Ordinance 691, on first read, an Ordinance of the Town of Pinedale, State of Wyoming, amending Section 261-1, to remove public inspection of registry of lodgers. Seconded by Councilman Best. Motion passed 5-0.
The following bills were presented for payment: A to Z Hardware, $482.36; All American Fuel Company, Inc, $2,848.20; Avail Valley Construction, $101,792.50; Bomgaars Supply, $15.99; Centurylink, $4,001.95; Children's Learning Center, $4,500.00; Clean Wash Laundromat, $4,077.32; Dana Kepner Company Inc., $94.00; DJ's Glass Plus, $500.00; Employers Council, $3,300.00; Energy Laboratories, $448.00; Fisher Scientific, $210.44; Freedom Mailing Services, Inc, $429.24; Harber, Matthew & Ashley, $66.00; HK Contractors, Inc., $240,175.15; Jorgensen Associates PC, $11,549.84; Laseke, Grover B, $45.00; Main Street Pinedale, $6,250.00; Moosely Mailboxes & More, $59.35; Nationwide Central Station, $60.00; Nelson Engineering, $702.00; Northwest Scientific, Inc., $21.58; Office Outlet, $40.90; One-Call Of Wyoming, $66.75; Phenova, Inc., $104.65; Pinedale Lumber, $13.28; Pinedale Roundup Roughneck, $1,895.01; Quill Corporation, $254.22; R & D Sweeping & Asphalt Maint. LLC, $8,100.00; Rebel Auto Parts, $45.53; Ridley's Family Market, $26.93; Tambourine, Lilliah, $350.00; Teletractors, Inc., $62.40; T-O Engineers, $38,570.07; U.S. Postal Service, $148.00; Union Telephone Company, Inc., $254.37; Valley Wide Co-Op Pinedale, $89.30; Verizon Wireless, $332.64; WY Association Of Rural Water, $890.00; Yost, $310.69
Motion by Councilwoman Boyce to approve the bills in the amount of $433,183.66 for 08/23/2021 paid with checks 27722 through 27761. Seconded by Councilman Best. Motion passed 5-0.
Motion by Councilwoman Boyce to approve payroll and benefits for 08/25/2021. Seconded by Councilman Swafford. Motion passed 5-0.
Motion by Councilman Swafford to exit regular session and enter executive session to discuss pending litigation at 6:49 p.m. Seconded by Councilman Best. Motion passed 5-0.
Motion by Councilman Swafford to re-enter regular session at 7:07 p.m. Seconded by Councilman Best. Motion passed 5-0
Motion by Councilman Best to adjourn the meeting. Seconded by Councilwoman Boyce. Motion passed 5-0. The meeting adjourned at 7:08 p.m.
Matt Murdock, Mayor
ATTEST:
Maureen Rudnick, Clerk-Treasurer
Notice #8731 published in the Pinedale Roundup on Sept. 17, 2021.

STATE OF WYOMING )
COUNTY OF SUBLETTE )§
TOWN OF PINEDALE )
The Town Council of the Town of Pinedale met in a special session on Thursday, September 2, 2021, in the Lovatt Room of the Sublette County Library.
The meeting was called to order by Mayor Matt Murdock at 12 p.m. Council members present: Tyler Swafford, Judi Boyce, Isaac Best and Dean Loftus. Those in attendance included Town Employees Abram Pearce and Ronnie Tambourine; Robert Galbreath, representing the Pinedale Roundup; Max Lockett; and Town Attorney, Ed Wood.
The mayor led those present in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Motion by Councilman Swafford to approve the agenda as submitted. Seconded by Councilman Loftus. Motion passed 5-0.
Motion by Councilman Loftus to approve Change Order Number 1 for the Rehabilitate Runway 11-29 Project in the amount of $7,920 for a total contract amount of $2,433,589. Seconded by Councilman Best. Motion passed 5-0.
Motion by Councilman Best to approve Change Order Number 2 for the Expand E GA Apron Project in the amount of $38,553.02 for a total contract amount of $2,483,933.35. Seconded by Councilwoman Boyce. Motion passed 5-0.
A workshop-style discussion, with no action taken, was held concerning the amendment of Article XXXIX of Chapter 475 of the Pinedale Municipal Code in its entirety. Town Attorney Ed Wood will edit the definition of self-contained and edit Chapter K. The amendments will be included in the presentation of the third read of Ordinance 686.
Motion by Councilman Swafford to adjourn. Seconded by Councilwoman Boyce. Motion passed 5-0. The meeting adjourned at 1:20 p.m.
Matt W. Murdock, Mayor
ATTEST:
Maureen Rudnick, Clerk/Treasurer
Notice #8732 published in the Pinedale Roundup on Sept. 17, 2021.

ORDINANCE NO. 686
AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF PINEDALE, WYOMING AMENDING ARTICLE XXXIX OF CHAPTER 475 CONCERNING FOOD VENDORS IN ITS ENTIRETY.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT HEREBY ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF PINEDALE, WYOMING, THAT ARTICLE XXXIX OF CHAPTER 475 OF THE PINEDALE MUNICIPAL CODE IS HEREBY AMENDED IN ITS ENTIRETY TO READ AS FOLLOWS:
ARTICLE XXXIX
FOOD VENDORS
§ 475-327. Definitions.
As used in this article the following terms shall have the meaning indicated:
FOOD - Any raw, cooked or processed edible substance ready for consumption, ice, beverage, or ingredient used or intended for use or for sale in whole or in part for human consumption. Does not include food delivery services such as Schwans, etc.
FOOD STAND/FOOD TRUCK/FOOD TRAILER - A stand, vehicle, or vehicular-pulled trailer at one designated fixed temporary location utilized to provide food for sale to the public.
ICE CREAM TRUCK - A vehicle from which the operator sells only prepackaged frozen dairy or water-based food products and prepackaged beverages. For purposes of this article, a nonmotorized cart from which such products are sold shall be considered an ice cream truck.
SELF CONTAINED - A self-contained unit generates its own electricity as needed and shall contain or otherwise maintain and use a grease interceptor. A self-contained unit is required to report to an approved servicing location for such things as obtaining potable water and disposal of wastewater and other wastes generated by the unit.
§ 475-328. Restrictions and operation of food stands, food trucks/trailers, and ice cream trucks.
A. Food stands and/or food trucks/trailers shall comply with all applicable State of Wyoming statutes and regulations.
B. Food stands and/or food trucks/trailers may only be operated on public or private property zoned C-1 or C-2, and then only with written permission, and may not be operated upon any public sidewalk, street, alley or right-of-way unless otherwise allowed. Written permission of the owner of the public or private property where operations are being maintained shall be in the possession of the operator at all times.
C. Ice cream trucks may be operated on public or private property zoned C-1 or C-2 with written permission. Written permission of the owner of the public or private property where operations are being maintained shall be in the possession of the operator at all times.
D. Ice cream trucks may operate for sales to the public from all public streets, alleys and rights-of-way except for Pine Street for no more than 15 minutes before relocating to another location not less than one block from the previous location. When operating from public streets, alleys and rights-of-way, an ice cream truck must obey all state and Town statutes and ordinances. Ice cream trucks may not operate on any other property owned by the Town unless otherwise allowed.
E. All persons conducting food sales from food stands and/or food trucks/trailers will be responsible for maintaining the sidewalk, street, or premises adjacent to such food stands and/or food trucks/trailers free from any rubbish, refuse and/or liquid waste resulting from use of the premises. Rubbish, refuse and/or liquid waste must be disposed of in a proper manner Operations shall not impede traffic or parking.
F. Except as allowed in Sub-Section L below, food stands, food trucks/trailers shall not connect or utilize Town water and sewer systems except for retail dump and fill stations. Reference §460 for prohibited discharges to the sanitary sewer system.
G. Food stands, food trucks/trailers and/or ice cream trucks operating and authorized as part of Rendezvous, farmers' markets or other Town-permitted events may be operated and allowed under the event's conditions and restrictions as defined in Chapter 160. Applications shall be accompanied by current health inspection certificate and a fire inspection report from no longer than twelve months from the date of the application.
H. Operations of food stands and/or food trucks/trailers shall require a permit. Applications may be approved and issued by staff. Permit cost and length shall be set by resolution.
I. Food trucks shall not disrupt traffic, parking, pedestrians, or other businesses. If there is a problem or a complaint, a Town employee shall have the authority to ask the permittee to move to a more suitable location. Failure to move shall result in a violation of this article and the permit may be terminated at that time by the Mayor or a designated representative. Reinstatement of the permit shall be by the Town Council after a public hearing.
J. Location on Town property may be approved by the Mayor and/or the Town Council as a part of a Temporary Use Permit for a fair, festival, or tournament.
K. Food stands and/or food trucks/trailers shall be allowed to operate in and occupy a location for no more than fourteen (14) days within any thirty (30) day period without vacating the location. Partial days shall constitute a full day of occupancy. Vacating the location shall mean leaving the location for seventy-two (72) consecutive hours to another location not less than one block from the previous location.
L. Food stands and/or food trucks/trailers shall be completely self-contained as to water acquisition, sewer disposal and power acquisition. Where some or all of said services are available on-site, access is allowed by the property owner and any such water acquisition, sewer disposal and power acquisition comply with all other Town ordinances and Wyoming State statutes, including but not limited to back flow prevention, grease interceptor installation and compliance with electrical code, such on-site services may be utilized by food stands and/or food trucks/trailers. The property owner must confirm that the services to be used by the food stands and/or food trucks/trailers comply with all other Town ordinances when the written permission required under Sub-Section C above is provided. Town staff may make an inspection of a property the first time it is used to provide on-site services to verify compliance.
M. Food may be prepared outside of a food stand and/or food truck/trailer and should be incorporated within the health inspection certificate and a fire inspection report.
N. This Article shall not apply to lemonade type stands operated by minors or food sales by tax exempt organizations.
§ 475-329. Violation and penalties.
A violation of this chapter is a misdemeanor and subject to the general penalty provisions of Chapter 1, Article IV, General Penalty.
PASSED ON FIRST READING ON June 14, 2021.
PASSED ON SECOND READING ON June 28, 2021.
PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED ON THIRD READING ON September 13, 2021.
TOWN OF PINEDALE, WYOMING
ATTEST:
BY: MATT W. MURDOCK, MAYOR
Notice #8733 published in the Pinedale Roundup on Sept. 17, 2021.

AGENDA / LEGAL NOTICE
A regularly scheduled public meeting of the Sublette County Planning and Zoning Commission will be held on Thursday, October 21, 2021 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, November 2, 2021. These meetings will be held in the Commissioner’s Meeting Room, at the Sublette County Courthouse, located at 21 South Tyler Avenue, Pinedale, Wyoming. Meeting agenda will be posted and updated on the Sublette County Web Page: www.sublettewyo.com
1. An application by the Jimmie Brost and Daryle Bennett requesting a replat of Lots 1 & 2 of the Boulder 2nd Subdivision and subsequent rezone for a portion of Lot 1 from Light Industrial to Rural Residential pursuant to Chapter XII, Subchapter IV, Section 4, and Chapter III, Section 2, of the Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations.
2. The Sublette County Planning & Zoning Department will discuss proposed amendments to the Sublette County Zoning and Development Regulations.
Notice #8734 published in the Pinedale Roundup on Sept. 17, 2021.

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