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Paoo 12- Thursday, April22, 1999 "~VI-IERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" "BECAUSE THE PEOPLE MUST KNOW " OF A I ,GUI, AR MEETING OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SUNDANCE, WYOMING. The Town Council met this day in regular session at 7:00 P.M. with Mayor MRler and Council Members Durfee, Lenz, and Maynard attending. Council Member Baxter was absent. The minutes of the March I, 1999 regular meeting were read and approved. The Clerk-Treasurer reported a bank balance of $21,278.20 in the general checking account and $82,958.36 In all accounts. Due to a number of negative reactl~ns from the citizens of Sundance, Durfee moved, Lenz seconded, to not pass Ordinance No. 2, 1999, an ordinance authorizing the use of public facilities and the issuance of special use permits on the third reading. Motion Carried. Mayor Miller reported on the following Y2K plans for New Year's Day with the City being responsible for water, sewage, law enforcement, and helping other agencies: 1. All water tanks will be full of water which would last the town for 3 or 4 days. 2. Will have an emergency generator at the west water well (which is capable of supplying the entire town). 3. There will be emergency power system at the rest area for the sewage as there is a lift station there and it does take care of a small portion of the town. 4. Will have a generator for City Hall which would assure power for the Police Department radios. 5. The Council Chambers could be used as a shelter, if need be. 6. The Police Chief will coordinate with the Senior Citizen Center and Public Health in regard to seniors that may need help and people with bad health. Powder River Energy Corporation will hold a town meeting on April 19, 1999 in regard to Y2K. Speed limits on the east side of town have been changed and other traffic signs have been added. , , Maggie Norellus, Director of Sundance Kid s Day Care Center, requested a!etter of support in order to help obtain the playground equipment at the day care. The Council agreed to give this support. City Attorney Hughes gave an update on the 1994 Chevy Ambulance. Hughes has been in contact with General Motors, Queen City Motors, and the Consumer Better Business Bureau. VOUCHER LIST FOR APRIL, 1999 ADAMS REPAIR & ALIGNMENT EQUIPMENT & MAINTENANCE AMOCO OIL COMPANY GAS (FUEL) AT&T TELEPHONE BEARLODGE LIMITED, INC. ENGINEER BEARLODGE LTD., INC." CURB & GUTTER BILLY QUADE TRAVEL & TRAINING BLAKEMAN PROPANE, INC. PROPANE(HEAT) CA&T, INC EQUIPMENT & MAINTENANCE CARTER'S PLUMBING & HEAT SYSTEM REPAIRS CITY CLERK TREASURER PETTY CASH COUNTRY COTTAGE MISCELLANEOUS CR CO SENIOR SERVICES SENIOR CITIZENS CR CO SHERIFF'S OFFICE DISPATCH DAKOTA STEEL & SUPPLY EQUIPMENT & MAINTENANCE DEBBIE KING UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND DECKERS FOOD CENTER SUPPLIES DILLON HARDWARE MISCELLANEOUS ENERGY LABORATORIES TESTING GILL OIL CO., INC SUPPLIES GRIMM'S PUMP & INDUSTRIAIsYSTEM REPAIRS HARTL ELECTRIC MISCELLANEOUS HAWKINS WATER TREATMENT CHLORINE SUPPLIES & EQUIP HILLSIDE PHARMACY SUPPLIES HOPPY'S CAR WASH VEHICLE MAINTENANCE KAREN DELIVERY SERV SUPPLIES LANDFILL CLOSURE FUND LANDFILL POST CLOSURE LILA BUTTS HEALTH INSURANCE M&M SANITATION TOILET RENTAL MARELETTA KNAPP ESTATE HEALTH INSURANCE MARK HUGHES LAW OFFICE ATTORNEY NORTHWEST PIPE FITTINGS SUPPLIES POWDER RIVER ENERGY CORP STREET LIGHTS POWDER RIVER ENERGY CORP. ELECTRICITY RANGE TELEPHONE COOP TELEPHONE SERVALL UNIFORM/LINEN CO. JANITOR STATE OF WYOMING TELEPHONE SUN AMOCO TRAVEL PLAZA FUEL SUNDANCE APPLIANCE MISCELLANEOUS SUNDANCE EQUIPMENT CO SYSTEM REPAIRS SUNDANCE ROD & GUN CLUB TRAVEL & TRAINING SUNDANCE STATE BANK. LEASE PURCHASE SUNDANCE TEXACO EQUIPMENT b MAINTENANCE TERRY'S AUTO SUPPLIES THE SUNDANCE TIMES ADVERTISING THOMAS CREATIVE APPAREL EXTRA JUDGE TODD FRITZ HEALTH INSURANCE TRACY MOTOR CO. MISCELLANEOUS WARWS TRAVEL & TRAINING WHISPERING PINES JANITOR WILLIAM A, CHAMBERS UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND WY DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS WY MACHINERY COMPANY EQUIPMENT & MAINTENANCE WY PHOTO EXPRESS SUPPLIES WY RECYCLING ASSOCIATION ASSN. DUES s,oo SHERIFF'S S391.94 36,2 REPORT $91 .66 $910.00 s ~ 3 2. oo Week of April 12, 1999 to s56o.oo April 18, 19{)9 ss. 2 VIN check- 16, paper service- I 0, s 215. ~ 4traffic stop-4, gas drive off-2, do- $42.82 s 78. oo mestic dispute-deputies investi- 525o.oo gated report, all okay-I, theft- s i, ooo. oo deputy investigated report ofsto- s7.76 lenantiques-l,animalcomplaint- 55 .oo report of dog killing poultry-1. S6.31 $266.59 message delivery- I, welfare s2s .oo check-l. s5o~. 5o Aprll 12, 1999 S 2 b 6. ~ 2 Prisoner transport to Mental s56. s2 Health. S5.OO S 8. i '7 Prisoner transport from New- s 5. oo caste to CCSO Detention. s t 2. oo Traffic complaint-deputy inves- s25o.o0 tigated report of vehicle driving $91.40 s 14 . oothrough fencing. S 2 5o. ooApril 13, 1999 s t, O00.00 Stolen property-deputy invest/- s 51 s. t 9 gated report of theR of call s1,19.8 Sundance Fire Department S2,969.O5 S 2 8 6.3 3 paged for small grass fire. s59.95 April 14, I~ S 2 q. O0 Civil disturbance. 5128.12 April 15, 1999 S120.OO 5 4 2. O 7Other agency assist-deputy as- s75. oo sisted HWY Patrol with accident, 82, b66.08no injuries. s 1o. oo Other agency assist-deputy as- 5215.82 5 ~ s 3.50sisted HWY Patrol with accident, ~. t ~ Semi vs. car. Coroner notified. s 361. v oSundance Ambulance and Fire s104 .o5 Department paged for accident s 8o. oo Sundance Ambulance paged for $83 .OO s5o.oo patient transfer. $14, 361. ~6April 16, 1~ $34.24 Hulett Ambulance paged-can- s 6. i celled, patient refused transport. 525.00 Tom Beagle attended the meeting and inquired about a drainage wY STATE FIREMANS ASSN. MISCELLANEOUS $50.00 Hulett Fire Department paged problem at the Margaret Beagle residence and also about the possibility ............................................................... for grass fire. of having City water and sewer lines removed from her property, thus TOTAL $ 31,52 2.47 April 17, 1 TOTAL PAYROLL improving the value of her property. The City will work with the Beagles to see what can be done about these situations. Orville Meier and Ken Hurley attended the meeting and inquired about what could be done if they have an emergency situation with their sewer system at Vista West They were informed the City sewer machine may be used by other communities on an emergency basis and with a qualified City operator. Durfee moved, Lenz seconded, to approve a Retail Liquor License transfer for Redenbaugh's Inc. from Joyce and Rose Mary Wagaman for the Turf Bar. Mayor voted aye. Motion carried. There being no oral or ~cltten objections received. Lenz moved, Durfee seconded, to approve for renewal the liquor licenses of the Dime Horseshoe Bar, the Longhorn Bar, the Turf Bar, the Are Restaurant, Inc., Higbees' Cafe, and the Sundance Country Club. Mayor voted aye. Motion Carried. Council Member Maynard abstained from voting in the above two motions due to a possible conflict of interest A proposal to upgrade the swimming pool was presented by Shelby Gill, Manager of the pool. Gill is going to apply for a grant to make improvements at the pool and to make it ADA accessible. Larry Goodson gave a report on Emergency Planning which was followed bya d~cusslon.perkxl., DotagD.Kter nted -Ixmed plat for th East Addition (Carter Subdivision} Phase II. Cart~wants to continue develop~g his subdivi- sion which would include Lots 12-16. Ifa Letter of Credit is received, this will serve as a variance for having all improvements finished before the land is sold. Maynard moved. Duffee seconded, to approve Phase II of the East Addition (Carter Subdivision) Phase II contingent on getting required signatures on the final plat. plat being filed, and a Letter of Credit is received. Motion Carried. The proposed 1999-2000 fiscal year budget was presented and read by the Mayor. Durfee moved, Lenz seconded, to approve Ordinance No. 3, 1999 AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING MONEY FOR TI-IE 12 MONTH PERIOD BEGINNING JULY I, 1999 AND ENDING JUNE 30, 2000. Motion Carried. Lenz moved, Maynard seconded, to approve the proposed Official City Map contingent on Phase II of the East Addition being approved and added to the map. Motion Carried. Lenz moved. Maynard seconded, to support a resolution requesting Range Telephone Cooperative, Inc. to combine the Sundance.,Moorcroft, and Hulett exchanges Into one common Crook County exchange. Motion Carried. Durfee moved, Lenz seconded, to approve a catering permit for the Longhorn Bar for April 23, 1999 at the Best Western In~ at Sundance. Mayor voted aye. Motion Carried. Council Member Maynard abstained from voting due to a conflict of interest Mayor Miller encouraged the Council Members to talk with legislators in regard to the selling of liquor on the internet. The Council will think about whether or not to change fees for liquor license holders. Due to the absence of Clty Engineer C~son, his report was presented by Miller. City Attorney Hughes will check into a new law that was passed in regard to charging out of town customers for water. The Land Use Planning Commission approved the following building permits: Craig Hemmah for C &A Meats - Office & Retail Front Addition. Rose Jarvis - Deck. Shed, & Fence. Beryl Jensen - Roof over Front & Back Doors, Brian & Renee Jensen - Fence & Porch, Willism Hibbard - Addition to House, David Tonak - Storage Building, Marvin Massey - Storage Shed, Barbara danssen - Replace Steps & Landing to Garage, & Doug Carter - Fence. Mobile Home permlts were approved for Otto & Bernice Linden,an & Thomas & Peggy Symonds. Three sign permlts were approved for Terry's Auto. Correspondence was received from Judith A, Bush in regard to the Downtown Improvement Project and a letter was written to her in return. Reports were given. Durfee moved, Maynard seconded, to approve Resolution No. 2, 1999, a resolution allowing the police department to hire temporary help outside of Crook County. when needed. Motion Carried. The Council was not in favor of a South Dakota business, Who would be plcklng up garbage for the Bearlodge Ranger District campgrounds, placing a dumpster on City property to be maintained by the City. Lenz moved, Maynard seconded, the Forest Service maintain its own site for a dumpster with a charge of $68.00 per month. Motion Carried. Vernon Davis, who proposes to build a residence up Government Valley Road and out of the Clty limits, has requested to have City water. Durfee moved, Lenz seconded, to allow him to have City water providing a Pre-annexation Agreement is signed. Durfee moved, Maynard seconded, to have the Mayor order 400 tons of asphalt mix from the Department of Transportatlon to patch streets. Motion Carried. Durfee moved, Lenz seconded, to approve the April, 1999 Adjustments Report in the amount of -$9.50. Motion Carried. Maynard moved, Durfee seconded, to approve payment of the bills in the amount of $70,506.88. Motion Carried. The meeting was adjourned at 10:50 P.M. (SEAL) Mayor James A. Miller ATTF~. Clerk-Treasurer Lila L Butts Publish: April 22, 1999 imi GRAND 'tOTAL + so.oo Accident-Car vs. Deer. No inJu- All Bills Were Paid In Full To The Claimants ADDITIONAL VOUCHER LIST FOR MARCH, 1999 BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD HEALTH INSURANCE $5,231.11 * CELLULARONE TELEPHONE SIOO.85 * CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT SALARIES S427.87 * COLONIAL LIFE SALARIES S2O.OO * CONTINENTAL GENERAL INS. HEALTH INSURANCE $928.44 * CR. CO. SHERIFF'S OFFICE MISCELLANEOUS S20.OO JUSTICE OF THE PEACE MISCELLANEOUS $10.O0 ORCHARD TRUST CO. SALARIES $430.00 RANGE TELEPHONE COOP. TELEPHONE S332.34 SUN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE LODGING TAX $69.39 SUN.AMB.CONTRIBUTION FUND REPLACEMENT FUND S666.67 " SUNDANCE STATE BANK FED SALARIES $2,394.48 * SUNDANCE STATE BANK FICA SAI,ARIES S3,817.65 " U.S. POSTAL SERVICE POSTAGE SII0.94 vet. FIREMEN'S RET. FUND PENSION SI,162.50 WY RETIREMENT SYSTEM RETIREMENT S2,962.10 WY WORKERS COMP DIVISION WORKERS COMP $950.31 ' WY. RETIREMENT SYSTEM SALARIES $72.00 Sundance Ambulance and Fire Department paged to accident No injuries. xs, Traffic stop. Sundance Fire Department ou{ on controlled burn at Elementary school. Sundance Ambulance paged for patient transfer to Rapid City. Mary Joyce Horton pled guilty to County I, possession of a con- trolled substance, a felony which ............................................................. occurred on or about May 13, TOTAL TOTAL PAYROLL $14,032.42 1998 in Crook County. Horton + S24,951.97 ........... .=., was to be incarceratedin an In- $38,984.39 stltutlon deslgn~tted-~y the De- partment of Correcti0ns for a pc- GRAND TOTAL ~ !. ";" ' Vowcher Paid Prior to Council Meeting All Bills Were Paid In Full To The Claimants mmm IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE alXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT WITHIN AND FOR CROOK COUNTY, ffrATE OF WYOMING IN THE MATIER OF THE ESTATE OF ) } LEON WYMAN BeE, ) } Deceased. ) Probate No. 5083 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR SUMMARY DISTRIBUTION OF REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTT Notice is hereby given an Application for Summary Distribution of Real and Personal Property has been filed in the District Court, Sixth Judicial District, Crook County, Wyoming, by Mary Ann Boe pursuant to Wyoming Statues 2-1-205 in the Estate of Leon Wyman Boe, seeking to establish the right and title to the following described real and personal property In the names of Mary Ann Bee. Sharon McQulllen. Dean Bee, Michael Bee, Patrick Bee. Susan Obermoller and Sally Nanklvel: gt U imm (a) undivided one-half (I/2) interest in and to the following described real property:. Lot 6 of Lakeview Subdivision, Crook County, Wyoming TOGETHER with all improvements an appurtenances situate thereon or thereunto appertaining or belonging; per~onal Pro~rtv Co) 1956 Lone trailer, VIN 71; (c} 245 shares of Security National Financial Corporation, Cert.#ARS007; (d) 12 shares of Securlty National Financial Corporation, Cert., #AD0005917; (e) 13 shares of Security Nations.] Financial Corporation, Cert. #ADO012705; (fl 14 shares of Security National Financial Corporation, Cert.#ADl9163; (g) 14 shares of Security National Financial Corporation, Cert. #AE254: (h) 15 shares of Securlty National Financial Corporation, Cert. #AE3714; (i} 19 shares of Security National Financial Corporation, CerL #AE20289; (J) 18 shares of Security National Financial Corporation Cert. #AE14821; (I) 17 shares of Security National Financial Corporation, Cert. #AE12230; 0) 16 shares of Securlty National Financial Corporation, Cert. #AE9361; (m) 16 shares of Security National Financial Corporation, Cert. #AE6557; and (n) 20 shares of Security National Financial Corporation, CerL #$52332. Hearing on thls matter is scheduled for the 25th day of May, 1999 at 9:00 a.m. Ln the Crook County Courthouse, Sundance, Wyoming. All parties interested are hereby notified unless they appear and object to the application, the facts contained in the Applicatlon for Summary Distribution of Real and Personal Property shall be presumed correct and title to the real and personal property shall be vested in the names of the surviving wife and children of Leon Wyman Bee. DATED this 16th day of April, 1999. riod of not less than 18 months nor more than 60 months and a fine of $ 1000 for surcharge for victims of crime was assessed. Horton shall be given credit for 81 days of pre-sentence confine- ment. The sentence of incarceration in the penitentiary is suspended and Horton shall be released and placed on four year, 9 month probation. Wade E. Brackett had his pro- bation revoked on April 8, 1999. He was found guilty of probation violation because he failed to live a law-abiding life, by consuming alcoholic beverages and con- trolled substances, by being in the company of persons using, possessing, and under the influ- ence of alcoholic beverages and controlled substances by failing to pay for the first $50 per month cost of drug and alcohol testing, by failing to obey all the rules and regulations of the Department of Corrections, by failing to main- tain the telephone at his resi- dence, by failing to obtain or fol- low through with alcohol/sub- stance abuse couns llng or treat- ment and by failing to make pay- ments toward his financial obll- gation to the court Brackett's original sentence for Count 3, interference with a IX)- llce officer-attempt to cause bodily injury, a felony which occurred on May 28, 1998 is reimposed. Brackett will be incarcerated for not less than four years and not more than six. If there is an open- ing available Bracket shall be eli- gible for the Youthful Offender Program (Boot Camp). Joshua P. Houghton's unex- ecuted portion of his sentence of incarceration has been sus- pended and he has been placed on probation to participate in a residential community correc- tions program for approximately nine months. Cristopher Ray Buckham filed a motion to reconsider the court's order denying his motion to with- draw guilty plea and a motion for a new trial--both orders were de- nied. Myron L. Griffin requested a release from probation--order denied. Ronald Eugene Waugh was granted an enlargement of time within which to file his brief from March 12 through March 26, 1999. Christopher John McKillop was found guilty of probation viola- tion and the original sentence shall be re/mposed incarcerated Publish: April 22. 29, 1999 FOR THE APPLICANT:. Mark L. Hughes Mark L. Hughes HUGHES LAW OFFICE P.O. Box 456 Sundance, WY 82729 (307) 283-1313 in Crook County ter for 90 days. Melissa Renee Britt on ( January 28, 1999 County did knowingly amount of no more ounces, a misdemeanor. Britt was found I. unlawful trolled substance. Britt shall be placed pervised probation shall pay $ tlms of crime and burse the Count costs of $20.60 and for court-appointed Week of April 12, Speeding Janis Viren, Carlfle. $49; Michael Wolf, 86/75, $95; Robert HuletL WY, 78/65, Spriggs, Burien, WA Linda Brinkerhoff, 86175, $95. Leland Frank, 85/75, $9o; WA, 102/75. $220; son, Spokane, WA, Susan Hass, Alzada, $45; Brent Petltt, 88/75, $115. Micheal Velder, SD, 74/65. $57; Missoula, MT, 90 65, $51; Rodney dan, WY, 82/75, $75; tin. Gilbert, AZ, 85/75, Theresa Feuerhelm, 78/65, $64; Shawn Belleville, IL, 92/75, $II Koehnen, Maple Plalne, 75, $75, WA, 85/75, $55; ings, MT, 85/75. $90. Bethany Kangas, 88/75, $1 15; Rosebud, SD, 88/75, $I] Telgen III, Camp Crook, 45, $45; Eileen Harrls NY, 91/75, $195; Belfleld, ND, 94/75, $I! Jake Weber, 75, $200; AFB, SD, 82y Gillette, WY, 82/75, Brown, Evansville. $70; dackie Trout, 87/75, $105. Roger Petersen. 83/75, $80; Todd Gillette, WY. 83 Johnathon Largo, NM, 90/75,$195. Fall To Arlyn Levanen, BruSh Fail To Stop At Huey Beebe, $]oo. Uu Of Controlled Lisa Lammert, court costs-S20, compenstation-$50. fender fees- M), Shoot From Wade Ferguson, WY, fines-$4oo, probation-6 months, Game & Fish privileges Joseph Van WY, relmposed pend-$350, relmposed days, suspend- 173 nal unpaid fine and converted to Jail time $15 or 8 months public school, malnta~ ment. Minor In Indirect David Hallas, $350, court costs-S40, i immediately and the $370 shall be converted rate of $15 per day ance is paid in full. P Nancy Jo Cooper for Count I, DUS on or about after Deputy Lessner her car had slid Highway 14. Deputy Lessner did check and discovered tobe the the breath test Cooper has asked trail in June. James Vincent Gillette, speeding $126. Diane Loh dance, Clay Moeller, large, fine $25. Jana B. Green, Ing left at yield, fine $50. Alecia A. Reid, to yield at stop sign, Christopher Ray dance Craig Hemmah, $i0o.