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July 11, 1946

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Hills of Wyomf~ AL NOTICES NO. 166 DINANCE GRANTING A TO TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION, INC. TO C,0NSTRUCT. ACQUIRE, OP- ERATE. AND MAINTAIN AN ELECTRIC SYSTEM IN THE TOWN OF 'SUNDANCE, WYO_ MING AND TO FUI~NISII ELEC- TRICITY TO THE TOWN AND THE INHABITANT~ THEREOF, AND TO USE THE STREETS, ROADS, ALLEYS, AND OTHER PUBLIC PLACES WITHIN SAID TOWN. BE Iq" ORDAINED by the May- or and Town Council of the Town of Sundance, County of Crook, State of XVyomi~g, at its regular meeting on the 1st day of July, 1946: That Tri-County Electric As_ sociation. Inc., (hereinafter call- ed the "Association,) a corpora- tion organized and existing un- der the laws of the State of Wyo_ ruing, its successors and assigns, is hereby granted a franchise; (a) To construct or acquire, either or both and thereafter to operate and maintain electric fac,+Aities consisting of,without limitation, generating plantg, substations, transformers,switch- es, and appurtenances, within the limits of the Town of Sundance, State of Wyomi~ag, for the l)ur- pose of generating and supplying electric energy for light, heat: and power; (h) To furnish electric energy for light, heat and power for public and private use within the Town and to transmit electricity For Secretary 0fState The Sundance Times, Sundance, Wyomimg m through and 'beyond the Town; (c) To construct, rectmstruct, maintain and operate electric transmission and distribution lines with all necessary appur- tenances, including without lim- itation, poles, wires, anchors, anchor rods and tra~lsfomners on, over, along, upon, nnder or across the public streets, roads, alleys or other public thoroughfares of the Town; (d) To make all necessary ex- cavations in the public streets roads, alleys or other public thoroughfares and to cut and trim all trees or shrubbery inso- far as may he necessary to keep them clear of the transmission and distribution lines a.nd appur- tenances. This franchise is granted on the following terms and condi- tions: b'IRST: The electric facilities shall be constructed, operated and mai.ntained in a proper work- manlike manner so as to afford all reasonable safeguards to the public. :SECOND: All poles, wires. ]anchors, anchor rods, and other :appurtenances whi.ch are located on, over, along, under or across the public streets, roads, alleys, or other public thoroughfares of the Town shall be so placed as not to interfere with traffic on the traveled portions of such thoroughfares; and the Assoeia- ti(m, after the construction or reconstruction of the electric transmission or distribution lines will restore to their original con- dition the streets, roads, alleys or other public thoroughfares on which such lines have been con- sructed insofar as this is prac- ticable. THIRD: Whenever the poles, anchors, anchor rods. transform-i ers a'nd other appurtenances I which are located on, over, along, under or across the public streets, roads, alleys, or other public thoroughfares interfere with the widening or improvement of such public thoroughfare, the Association shall, at the request of ti~e Town, move its poles, anchors, anchor rods, transform- ors, and other appurtenances at its own expense to such other reasonable location as may be designated by an accredited rep- resentative of the Town. FOURTtt: The Service render- ed by the Association shall he e, ontinuous except that the Assoc- iation shall not he held aceoupt- a'ble for a failure of service wMch is caused by floods, Acts of God, strikes, or other causes beyond the control of the Association. FIFTH: The Association will comply with all reasonable rules and regulations of the Tow.n and with all ordinances now in effect or which may hereafter be passed Get Your 1 ,. CAR Thos. A. - Ready Now i ho ll Yor 1911 II Gradute, University of ~yoming 1920 Couty Attorney, Sundnce, 1921-1922 Membr, District and HighSchool Boards, Sunence 1920-1923 AT!IOME WITH CR(OK COUNTY ~OPLE-- V e Tom VACATION TRIP insofar as they do not conflict with the terms or the purposes of the franchise herein granted. SIXTH: This franchise shall be effective for a period of fifty years a.nd this is being deemed by the Council an emergency the rules of the Judiciary Committee are hereby suspended and this ordinance shall take effect after its passage and approval as pro- vided by law. The Grantee shall file its written acceptance of this franchise with the Clerk of tlle Town of Sunda,nee within thirty (30~ days aftdr its passage. The Town Clerk is hereby directed to cause this ordinance to be pub_ lished ace.ording to law by pub_ lication and_or posting within one month after its passage as by law required. Passed by the Town Council of the Town of Sundance, Wyoming, this 1st day of July, 1946. DEANE H. BRYAN EARL KIPP CItAS. B. CHITTIM JAY DURFEE, Mayor fSEAL) ATTEST: MARION T HOMPF~O N, Town Clerk g CATTLE MEN END PARLEY Laramie, Wyo.-~--Oda Mason, Laramie reglou stockman, today beads the powerful Wyoming ~Stock Growers assoeiallon for an- other one-year term. Mason was reelected to his seeond term as assoeiatio,n presi- dent at the close here of the 74th annual convention of the organi- zation. C. H. Gardner of Thermop- oils, a memher of the Wyoming house of representatives, was re- elected vice president. (~onvention-end resolutiotls i.n- eluded approval of a senate bank- illg colnnlittee liloge, tO reulove price eontrol from livestock, meat 1)oultry, eggs and dairy products, and opposing proposed Columbia and Missouri river authorities. The association also recom- mended uzaintaining quara.ntine on stock imported from Mexica. Other resoh|tions recommended: Red||ction of livestock numbers allowed to graze in national for- ests only as a last resort for range protection; opposing cuts in forest use by game a,nimals; opposing purchase of land for use of big game animals and for pub- lic fishing grounds by the state game and fish department; ap- proving Iransfer of federally- controlled lands in the state to private ownership, and appr+"+lng a hill by Represe.ntative Frank Barrett for the sale of certain federal lands for the benefit of the University of Wyoming. Lander v,~g ~.e]ectcd for the 1947 ;~9hvention. See us before you start your trip and give your car a MAR-FAK--the com- plete lubrication and that motor 0il chansed to the new and~ improved HAVOLINE MOTOR OIL Tom and Dick at Thursday, July 11, 1946~ It's a ticklish business to wait until it's timo to cut before ordering parts you need for your Mnder or combine. Some kinds of parts are hard to get. 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