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MINUTES OF A REGULAR MEETING OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF THE CITY OF SUNDANCE, WYOMING June 6, 1966 The Town Council met this day in regular session, there be- ing present Mayor C. D. Roberts, Councilmen Lloyd Cole, Harry Habeck, Rex Dillon and G. W. Popham. Also present were City Attorney Cecil Hughes and City Clerk Virginia Fraser. The minutes of the last regular meeting were read and approved. The report~ for the month of I~ay showed receipts as follows: Clg. Tax, $436.91; Sales Tax, I~10.93; Meter Deposits, $120.00; 6ewer, $943.35; Water, $1,408.70; Resale of Treasury Bills, $29,777.- The following bills were read and ordered paid: 6undance State Bank, year interest on 4966 G. O. Water Bands ....... $ 2,939.50 Sundance State ~nk, 2 ~Bonds & interest on G. O. Sewer Bonds ........ 2,165.00 Charles Stagemeyer, salary ........................... 450.00 lloy K. Little, salary ..... 350.00 Wyo. Workmen's Compen. sat|on Dept., for month of ~vlay 4.00 ~.ecil K. Hughes, salary ...................... 75.00 Virginia J. Fraser, salary & .postage ....... 51.00 ~avd Cure, labor ......... 151.50 Kenneth Montgomery, 'labor & eq~pment rental _ 299.15 3~arvy Olson, labor .... 14.00 ~l~de L. Roadffer, labor ........................ 14.00 lawrence C. Crawford, labor ................. 134.75 O. N. Humphrey, labor ........................ 14.00 LeRoy Butts, loading gravel ......................... 165.00 Dale It. Blakeman, labor ..................... 51.75 C. D. Roberts Co., mower & pipe ......................... 61.40 Tri-County Electric, power at Mt. Moriah Cemetery ..................... 72.00 Model Grocery, supplies. .59 Gamon/Calmet Meter Co., meter parts ...... 55.13 Miller Equipment Co., meter parts .................. 11.10 Edwin Rounds Agency, Official Bonds for Clerk Comm. & Judge ........... 22.50 Fire Fighter Equipment Co., foam nozzle and supplies .......................... 472.90 Sundance State Bank, loader payment .............. 152.00 Sulldance Times, publica- tions .............................. 104.10 Mona Short Line, Fire phones and tolls .......... 19.55 Tri-County FJectric, lights and pump ,power ......489.01 Orlo's Conoeo, gas, ere .... 29.98 Sundanee Texaco Service gas, oil and battery ..... 56.70 The ~Plu.mdome Co., ma- terial for water line ..... 24.13 Northwest Pipe Fittings, Inc., material for water :line ...................... 24.48 General Electric Supply Co., transformer ............ 66.01 Penta-Vac Post & Pole Co., fence posts ................ 33.82 Mellgren Plumbing Shop, Inc., services on water line ......................... $15,000.00 Welk & Voegle Construe- tion Co., tank-installed 5,740.00 Holwell Drilling Co., par- tial pm't on pump ..... 6,000.00 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION OFFICE OF INSURANCE COMMISSIONER Cheyenne, Wyorning THE OHIO NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY P. O. Box 237, Cininnafl, Ohio 45201 Business In Wyoming For The Year Ending Dee. 31, 1965 1nsttra~tce Written $1,757,6.53.00 Gross Pr. omlrums Received 278,74~.73 Losses Paid 93,056.56 Losses Incurred I13~21~i6 Total AdmiRed Assets .... $291,967,648.08 Li~billtles except capital Ca~tCal Stock paid tt9 $urpins owr Iaahtlffiea $271, B0,020.90 0 20,587,627.00 $291,967,848.08 $~1,967,848,08 Income durlRg ~-ear endlRg Dec. 3'1d~, 196.S ..$52,830,498.48 D~sbumeme~t for year endln~ Dec $1st, atl 38,556,961.04 OF WYOII IG ) ) .I, MARK DI C/ , Commis oner of the tltlte of Wyomtlig, do tfereby certify tktt the above mid ~oregMag ~s a eondensed statement of the annual state- ment of the above named Insuranee Company, filed in my office, as requfred~ by Section 5~1022, Wyoming Compiled St utes, 1945. In Cestlmon~, whereof, I have hereunto set n~ hand and affixed my seal of office the 15th day of June, A. D., 1966. (SEAl,) MARK DUNCAN, ~ee CommLs~oner J~me 16 - 23.30 July 7.14 - 21 NOTICE FOR' PUBLICATION OFFICE OF INSURANCE COMMISSIONER Cheyenne, Wyoming The Old Line Life Insurance Company of Amerir.a 707 North 11th Street. Milwaukee, Wisconsin $3233 Busineu In Wyoming For The Year Ending Dee. 31, 196S Insurance Written $373,730.00 G~Oss Premiums Received ........................ 2,253.51 ,Losses Paid ................................... $ NONE l.~e~ ~eurred ................................... NONE Total Admitted Assets ....... $82,671,567.69 Liabilities except ~pttal .$75,431,852.88 C~pltal Stock paid u9 1,200,000.00 Surplu~ o~er IAabtlYdes .................. 6,039,714L81 $t12,671,567.69 $82,671,567.69 ~e during year ending Dec. 31st, 1965 ..$14,835,680.77 Dt~e~t for year ending Dec. 31st, ~1~5 .......... 11,402,057.76 STATE OF W~OMING ) )as. COUNTY OF LARAMIE ) I, MARK DUNCAN, Insurance Commissioner of the State of Wyoming, do ~ereby certify that the above and foregoiagois a condensed statement of the annual sta.te- m~t of th~ above named Insurance Co~pany, filed in my o~fice, as r~uired by Section 52-1022, Wyoming Compiled Statutes, 1946. In Cestimony whereof, I have hereun.to set my hand and affixed my seal of office the 15th day of June, A. D., 1968. (SF~L) MARK DUNCAN, Insurance Commissioner June 16 - 23 - 30 Jul~ 7 14 - 21 Edna R. Nairn appeared be- fore the Council to make appli- cation for a renewal of the liquor license for the Turf Bar & Lounge. It was moved by Ha- beck, seconded by Cole and car- ried to accept said application and publish notice of it for four (4) weeks. Any objections to the issuance of this license will be heard at the regular meeting of the City Council on the 5th day of July, 1966, at 8:00 p.m. at the City Hall. Tommy Seeley and ,Harold Janes appeared before the Coun- cil requesting the city to supply water to the proposed Sugar Loaf Water District No. 1 at the regular outside City Limit rate. It was moved by Cole, seconded by Dillon and carried to supply water to the proposed District which will consist of the resi- dences of Seeley, Jones and Sager and the businesses of Sundance Equipment Co. and Tri-County Electric Warehouse, with the same water restrictions that ap- ply to any city consumer. It was moved by Habeck and seconded by C01e to approve the dates on which the local Liquor Retailers may stay open on Sun- days as already set by the Coun- ty Commissioners. Motion car- ried. The dates on which Bars in the City of Sundance may stay open on Sundays are as follows: ,October 2, 1966, October 30, 1966, November 6, 1966 and November 13, 1966. Nels J. Smith, State Represent- atlve from Crook County appear- ed before the Council to suggest that if the City had a preference of where the East Interchange exit be located that it be acted upon immediately. It was moved by l~opham and seconded by Dil- 1.on and carried that the follow- ing resolution be forwarded to the Wyoming Highway Commis- sion and the Bureau of Public Roads: Resolved: that the Town Coun- cil of the Town of the City of Sundance, Wyoming request the Wyoming Highway Commission and the Bureau of Public Roads to. investigate the feasibility of locating the east interchange of Interstate 90 at the intersection of Wyoming Highway 585. Scoutmaster Wally Elwonger appeared before the Council to get an outline of what the Coun- cil expected of the Boy. Scouts in regard to work to be done in the City Park. The Council agreed that the Scouts should keep the grass mowed, the litter picked up and the wood for the fire- places that is provided by the City to be distributed at the fire- places. Mayor Roberts also aP- pointed Councilman Rex Dillon to fill the post of Park Superin- tendent. Two buildings permits were allowed by the Council as fol- lows: Clyde Roadifer, to move in a tool and storage house on Lot 4, Block 56 of 4th Addition and C. D. Roberts to construct a Golf Cart Garage on Lot 1, Block 22 of Railroad Addition. It was agreed by the Council to employ LeRoy Butts to do the necessary dirt and rock work at the City Dump. Butts estimated the work to require fifteen (15) hours at $20.00 per hour. No further business appearing the meeting adjourned. C. D. Roberts, Mayor. A'UI~ST: Virginia Fraser, City Clerk. Sundance, Wyo. June 23, 1966 W. F. Newland Founder Established 1885 James I. 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