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,:] | PAGE 6 THE SUNDANCE TIME8 JANUARY 20, 1994 NOTICE oF FO~LOSm~ BY ADVERTISEMENT AND SALE The State of Wyoming Farm Loan Board, mortgagee, entered into a mortgage agreement wlth Truman W. Mowery and Margaret C. Mowery, husbqnd and wife as mortgagors. The mortgage is dated August 16, 1983, and was recorded August 16, 1983, In Book 208, at page 596, In the Register of Deeds, Office of the Clerk of Crook County, WyomIng. The mortgagors have waived and released all rights under the homestead exemption laws, W.S. 1-20-101 et seo. As of February 8, 1994, the balance due on the mortgage will beTwo Hundred Thirty Thousand Five Hundred Ninety-two Dollars and Thirty-eight Cents ($230,592.38), which includes principal, interest, and statutory fee on delinquent paymen is. Also due will be costs and attorney fees to date. The mortgage payments are in default, and the property to be described in this notice Is subject to foreclosure by advertisement and sale. The property subject to foreclosure wlll be sold by the SheriffofCrook County at public auction on February 8, 1994, at I 0:00 a.m. In front of the Crook County courthouse In Sundance, Wyoming, Representatives of the Farm Loan Board may bid at the sale. The successful bidder must pay with certified funds. This sale is subject to the rights of redemption as provided by state and federal statutory law. The successful bidder will receive a sheriffs certificate of purchase upon payment of the full balance of the bid. The property consists of the following: RESURVEY TQWNSHIP 55 NORTH. RANGE 6~ WEST, 6TH P:M. cROOK COUNTY Section 14: Lots 12 and 13 Section 15: Lots 9, lO. l I and 12 Section 22: Lots l, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10:SE4 Section 23: Lots 12 and 13 Section 26: Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, and 9:SW4NE4:NW4SE4 Section 27: Lots I, 2, 7 and 8 together with all building and improvements thereon and all other privileges, hereditaments and appurtenances belonglng unto said land or in any way thereto appertaining, and including all water and water rights, adjudicated or unadjudlcated, stored, used upon, or appropri- ated for the above described land, together with all irrigation reservoirs, ditches, laterals, canals, flumes, aqueducts and slphones complete, or any interest therein regardless ofhow owned or represented with rights of way therefore; also all other irrigation works, drainage systems, artesian wells told water flowing therefrom, windmills and all other properly and property rights of every kind and character, real or personal, pertaining to or used in connection with the irrigation and drainage of the lands described above or which may be appurtenant to sald lands, whether owned by the mortgagor at the date of the mortgage or hereinafter in any manner acquired by the mortgagor during the llfe or term of the mortgage; together with any mineral rights existing on, in, or under the above-descrlbed real property owned by mortgagor at the l date of the mortgage or hereinafter In any manner acquired by the [ mortgagor during the llfe or term of the mortgage. Additional information regarding the property may be obtained by appointment with Mr. Dave Force, State Land and Farm Loan Office, Herschler Building, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002. DATED'this 3rd day of January, 1994. Publish: January 6, 13, 20, 27, 1994 January 1994 Pursuant to Section 18-3-516, (hi (l} Wyoming Statutes Anno- tated, 1993 Cumulative Supplement, the following salaries are hereby published. NAME POSITION Raymond L. Dennis Perry Livingston Major F. Miller Eva J. Willey Connie D. Tschetter 1 Assistant Deputy Karen G. Glover Diane Leslie l Assistant Deputy 1 clerk I clerk Susan Reddlng Gertrude Connally 1 Assistant Deputy I Field Deputy Criston Mellott Todd W. Bouley Steve Couch John Notgrass William F. Sipe Dave Wolfsklll 1 Criminal Clerk 1 Civil Clerk l Dispatcher 1 Dispatcher 1 Dispatcher I Dispatcher 1 Dispatcher Joseph M. Baron Bill Rice Member, Commissioner Member, Commlssloner ~ : Chairman, Commissioner County Clerk Deputy County Clerk Clerk's Omce County Treasurer Deputy County Treasurer Treasurer's Office Treasurer's Office Treasurer's Office County Assessor Deputy County Assessor Assessor's Office Assessor's Office Sheriff Deputy Sheriff Deputy Sheriff Deputy Sheriff Shift SuperVisor-Sheriff Shift Supervisor-Sheriff Sheriffs Office Sheriffs Office Sheriffs Office Sheriffs Office Sheriffs Office Sheriffs Office Sheriffs omce County Attorney ..~ Deputy County Attorney GROSS MONTHLY 850.00 $00.00 ~.0O 2310.00 1848.00 1674.75 2310.00 1848.00 1501.50 1205.00 l 155.00 2310.00 1848.0O 1732.50 1733.33 2310.00 1748.00 1848.00 1848.0O 1948.00 1998.00 1500.00 1850.00 840.00 1383.75 I071.00 924.00 1436.00 2310.00 2079.00 FROCLAMATION I, MIKE SULLIVAN, by virtue of authority vested in me as Governor of the state of Wyoming, do hereby declare that the Certificates of Incorporation of the following named domestic corporations are forfeited; and further declare that the right of the following named fordign corpo- rations to carry on business In the state of Wyoming is forfeited, by reason of the failure of said corporations, and each thereof, to comply with the provisions of W.S. 17-16-1631. CROOK COUNTY CROOK COUNTY HOSPITAL AUXILIARY, INC. SUNDANCE HULEIT INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. HULETr JR ~URCES, INC. COLORADO MINE ELECTRICIAN SERVICES COMPANY MOORCROFT MIRROR IMAGES, INC. SUNDANCE MOREAU RIVER LOGGING, INC. BEULAH NONITIWEST CONTRACTORS SERVICES, INC. SUNDANCE PINE HAVEN FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY PINE HAVEN ROCKY MOUNTAIN WATER SERVICE, INC. MOORCROFT SAND CREEK TRADING POST, INC. BEULAH SUNDANCE CHARrfY BOOSTERS SUNDANCE T AND C MIGET MART, INC. PINE HAVEN THE WRENN INSURANCE AGENCY OF MISSOURI, INC. MISSOURI THE WRENN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.KANSAS IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Great Seal of the State of Wyoming to be hereunto affixed, this 17th day of December A.D. 1993. SEAL By Governor: Publish: January 13. 20, 1994 Mike Sullivan Governor Kathy Karpan Secretary of State MINUTES OF A REGULAR MEETING OF M TOWN COUNCIL OF M CITY OF SUNDANCE, WYOMING January 3, 1994 The Town Council met this day In regular session with Mayor Miller and Council Members Baxter, Brooks, and Durfee attending. Council Member Hurd was absent. The minutes of the December 6. 1993 regular meeting were approved as read. The Clerk-Treasurer reported a bank balance of $92,872.16. The following appointments were made by Mayor Miller: Sundance State Bank - official depository for City funds, Acting Mayor in absence of Mayor Miller - Paul Brooks. The Sundance Times - official newspaper. Llla Butts - Clerk-Treasurer. Mareletta Knapp - Deputy Clerk-Treasurer, Joel Morgan - Chief of Police. John Klplinger - Maintenance Foreman, Hughes & Dumbrill - City Attorney, Ronald Waugh - Municipal Judge, Bearlodge Limited, Inc. - City Engineer, Joel Morgan - Emergency Management Coordinator. Gall Gill - Fire Chief. The Mayor and Council will serve as Airport Board Members and as members of the regular City committees. Housing Authority Members are Earl Gray, Frank Blake- man, Lowell Karnes. Mary Ruland and Jody Themes. Land Use Plan- ning Commission Members are Vernon Montgomery, Robert Sharp, DavldTonak, Chris Grove, and Barb Janssen. Recreation Board Members are Andrea Humphrey, Les Drake. Gayla Eppler, Steve Hart1, and Stephen Mott. Brooks moved. Baxter seconded, Resolution No. 2, 1994, Official Depository, be passed. Carried. Council Member Durfee refrained from voting. Raymond Nllles presented, for renewal, his building permit to continue his garage. He also presented a plan for completion. Plans are to have the walls enclosed by the end of May, 1994 and the loft removed and replaced with a lower pitched roof by the end of Sept., 1994. Brooks moved, Durfee seconded, to renew the building permit with the written Plan for Completion attached. Carried. The Mayor read Ordinance No. 9, 1993. Durfee moved, Baxter sec- onded, to adopt Ordinance No. 9, 1993, AN ORDINANCEAUTHORIZING THE CONTINUATION OF THE 1% SALES TAX PURSUANT TO WYO- MING STATUTE # 39-6-412(b)(1) on the third reading. Carried. * Fuzz's Woodshop * Great Western Bank * Nationwide Life Insurance * Range Telephone * Sun Amb Contribution Fund * Sun Chamber of Commerce * Sundance State Bank FED * Sundance State Bank FICA * The Shareholder Services * The Travelers * Tri-Country Electric * U.S. Postal Service * WY Retirement System * WY Retirement System Total Total Payroll GRAND TOTAL * Voucher Paid Prior to Council VOUCHER LIST Ameri-tech Equipment Co. Bearlodge Limited, Inc. City Clerk-Treasurer Cr. Co. Memorial Hospital Crook County Dakota Chemical, Inc. Decker's Food Center Dillon Hardware Energy Laboratories, Inc. Gill Off Co., Inc. Hartl Electric Hillside Pharmacy Hughes & Dumbrill Hughes & Dumbrill Hurd's Sundance Texaco M & M Sanitation Northwest Pipe Fittings Peterson Gas Co. Peterson Gas Co, Scott A. Weins Security Insurance Agency Servall Towel & Linen Sharps' Hardware State of WY Sundance Equipment Sundance State Bank Sundance State Bank Terry's Auto The Sundance Times Top Office Products Tracy Motor Company Tri-County Electric Tuckers Office World * U.S. Postal Service VISA Wagaman Ready Mix Western Business Resource Western Stationers Whispering Pines WY Dept. of Transportation WY Dept. of Revenue WY Workers Comp. Division Total Total Payroll GRAND TOTAL JUSTICE COURT Week of January 10, 1994 Speeding Brooks moved, Baxter seconded, to approve the official city map as Bret Taylor, Gillette, WY 76/65, presen~c~b3" ]~rloc~ge L~)~, Inc. Carried. $55" Rodnev Hoist, Iowa City, IA, ~ayor ~ ec~t~i l~d operation~i|.budget adjustments and ..... l~rt .... ~ .... . ..... . . 78/65, $65, Alan Kovar, Newell, the revised fee adjustments will increase revenues Dy approximately SD, 80/65, $80; Larry David $101,000. Johnson, Whitewood, SD, 84/55, A public hearing was held at 7:30 P.M. on the proposed zoning ordinance and the regulations and restrictions proposed to be adopted. Comments were heard. Brooks moved, Durfi~e seconded, to accept on the first reading Ordinance No. 1, 1994, AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR ZONING WITHIN THE TOWN OF SUNDANCE; DEFINITIONS; GENERAL PROVISIONS REGARDING ZONING WITHIN THE TOWN OF SUNDANCE; SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FORAN EFFECTIVE DATE. Carried. Brooks moved. Baxter seconded, the Seeley family be allowed to transfer two water taps and two sewer taps to Dennis and Cheryl Klocker, when they become available, for an 80 acre parcel of land to be l~urchased from the Seeley family. Carrled. Bearlodge Limited, ~nc. Is preparing a plat for the Seeley family where property will be dedicated to the public for access. Resolution No. 3, 1994 was read by Clty Attorney Hughes. Brooks ~moved, Baxter seconded, to approve Resolution No. 3, 1994 which requests the Crook County Commissioners refer all plats involving property within one (l) mlle of the boundaries of the Town of Sundance to the Town Council for their review and consideration prior to the County Commission's approval and subsequent filing of those plats with the County Clerk. Carried. The Contractor License Ordinance was not ready for presentation at this time. Brooks moved, Baxter seconded, to approve Resolution No. I, 1994 Adjusting Town Fees and Rate Schedules. Carried. " The Mayor read a letter from Ronald IL a formal and $120. Heith A. Pinske, Hulett, WY, 77/ 55, $60; Justin W. Garrlott, Casper, WY, 79/65, $75; Kimberlee M. Crawford, Gillette, WY, 90/65, $130; Jaye C. Whitehead, Moorcroft, WY, 74/65, $5. No Driver's Log Justin W. Garrlott, Casper, WY,, $1oo. Drive Under the Influence of Alcohol Jesse VInes, Gillette, WY, Jail 6 Months, Fine $750, Court Costs $20, Victims Compensation Fund , $5o. Drive Under Suspension Jesse Vines, Gillette, WY, Jail 6 Months, Fine $750, Court Costs $20, Victim's Compensation Fund $5o. Overweight/Overslze Vehicle Russell Booze, T&W ~rucking, Red field, SD, $35. Fall to Stop at Stop Sign Building Malnt. (Daycare} Salaries Salaries Telephone Replacement Fund Lodging Tax Salaries Salaries Salaries Health Insurance Street Lights Postage Retirement Salaries 2 2,~ 3,~ 2,~ $11,4 + Meeting FOR JANUARY, 1904 Equipment & Maintenance Engineer Petty Cash County Service I,( Dispatch I ,( Chlorine Supplies & Equip. Office Supplies Supplies TestIng Diesel (Heat) Supplles Supplies Postage Attorney Equipment & Maintenance Toilet Rental Supplies Propane (Heat) Propane (Fuel) 1~ Utility Deposit Refund Insurance Janitor Supplies Telephone Equipment & Maintenance Vehicle Purch~lse Lease Purchase Supplies Advertising Office Supplies Capital Improvements I' Electricity Office Supplies Postage Travel & Training Capital Improvements Copy Machine Office Supplies Janitor System Improvements Sales Tax Workers Comp. 014 Public Nurse Notes lSves Over 40: 1. Need 3 times the light sew-read. 2. Older eyes are less focus on close up tasks. 3. Slower to adapt to suddev changes. 4. More sensitive to glare. 5. Wear glasses or prescribed. Thirds You Can Do: 1. Update home li 2. Avoid excessive contrast in main living area by using illumination In addlUon to lamps. 3. Use window treatment to light and prevent glare. 4. Don't set a TV or desk in front of a window. 5. Keep lights on while TV. 6. Use fluorescent lights In area. 7. Select light colors for and carpets. 8. Set your home's entry there is" a gradual brightness of lighting.