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Page 9 - Thursday, July 16, 2009 +++,+ ?,+ ++ +++ "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" i i i i r i i The Sundance Times Top Office Products, Inc. Tower Valley Ag Supply Town of Hulett Town of Moorcroft Tracy Motor Company Ultramax UNUM US Post Office US Postal Service UW Cooperative Extension Service Victor Technology Visa Volunteer Fireman's Retirement Fund Walmart Wayne Ballou Trucking WCAA West River International, Inc. White's Frontier Motors Wild West Espresso Will West ' WPCI WY Department of Transportation WY Retirement System Wyoming Machinery Wyoming Stationery Xerox Corp. Zee Medical Service Zip Printing Total The following monthly collections were collected: County Clerk. $ 8,942.95 County Sheriff -$11,52925 Clerk of District Court ....... $1;661.61 Public Health Nurse--- ..... $ 625.50 Circuit Court- $28,873.00 Supplies & Copy Charges Gas & Diesel Water Water Supplies Ammo Disability Insurance Post Office Box Rent Postage Paid Envelopes Car Pooling Calculators Supplies & Travel Expenses Fireman's Retirement Fund Groceries & Cell Phone Air Time Contract Hauling Dues & Registration Lens & Switch Crankcase Meals Loads from West Shale Pit Drug Screen & Data Review Project Expenditures-MoskeeRd & Inyan Kara Rehired Retiree Contribution Parts Supplies Base Copier Charge Supplies Supplies 3326.14 3153.59 43.50 71.62 13409.22 882.00 258.06 314.00 4952.60 233.94 199.98 8711.36 2775.00 184.94 720.00 220.00 58.23 300.68 18.45 1029.60 57.00 4100.43 1204.14 1628.98 2735.40 51.91 56.95 53.O0 646524.11 Mary Kuhl, County Treasurer, submitted the following monthly report of receipts and disbursements for month end June 30, 2009: Total Receipts Disbursements: $ 872,426.12 Towns. .$ 242,759.03 County Boards .......... $ 325,894.53 State & Local School ..... $1,639,506.72 DOT/DOR/Rebate ...... $ 78,981.80 Redemption/S. Park .... -$ 00.00 Total ......... $2,287,142.08 Kelly moved to approve the following resolution: RESOLUTION NO. 8-2009 AUTHORIZING THE FACILITY USE AGREEMENT FOR THE ALADDIN PARK WITH THE ALADDIN COMMUNITY CLUB WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Crook County, WY now have acquired title to the Aladdin Park from the Aladdin Community Club; and WHEREAS, the Aladdin Homemakers have agreed to maintain the Aladdin Park at no additional cost to the County. THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of County Commissioners in and for Crook County is authorized to enter into a Facility Use Agreement with the Aladdin Community Club to maintain and control the use of the Aladdin Park. DATED this 7 " day of July, 2009. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS IN AND FOR CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING JohnA. Moline, Jr., Chairman, J.W. Hadley, Vice-Chairman, Kelly B. Dennis, Member. Signed or attested before Connie D. Tschetter, Crook County Clerk, on July 7, 2009 by John A. Moline, Jr., Chairman, J. W. Hadley, Vice-Chairman and Kelly B. Dennis, Member, in their capacity as Crook County Commissioners in and for Crook County, WY. Jim seconded, all ayes, motion carried. Jim moved to approve the resignation received from Joseph A. Slattery, representing the private sector, on the North East Wyoming Economic Development Commission. Kelly seconded, all ayes, motion carried. On August 4, 2009 at 10:30 o'clock am. the Board will appoint someone to fill the unexpired term of Joseph A. Slattery, representing the private sector on the North East Wyoming Economic Development Commission, which expires January 2010. All interested parties are encouraged to apply. Applications can be obtained from the Crook County Clerk's Office, P.O. Box 37, Sundance, WY 82729, 307-283-1323. All applications must be submitted to the County Clerk by or before August 4, 2009 at 10:30 o'clock a.m. Dan Blakeman, Public Works Director, gave a monthly report Also present were Theresa Curren, Secretary, Public Works Department, Utah Marshall and Joe Baron, County Attorney. Utah requested the County to purchase gravel for Bearlodge County Road No. 8 and he would spread it. No action was taken at this time Discussed Memorandums of Understanding with the bentonite companies for repairs and improvements to Little Mis-. souri River County Road NOr 200. Adjourned for lunch at 11:56 o'clock a.m 1:12 o'clock p.m. Present were Chairman John A. Moline, Jr., Vice-Chairman James W. Hadley, Member Kelly B. Dennis and County Clerk Connie D. Tschetter. Luca Trascinelli, Garry Davis and R.T. Cox, held an informational session on a cluster concept development. Also present were Tim Lyons, Growth and DevelopmentAdministrator, Fred Duncan, County Planner and Joe Baron, County Attorney. Tim Lyons, Growth and Development Administrator and Fred Duncan, County Planner, gave a monthly subdivision and deed report. Jim moved to approve a Contract with Independent Engineer for County Contract Engineer Services between Consolidated Engineers, Inc. and Crook County. Kelly seconded, all ayes, motion carried. The Board reviewed the requests for refund of interest paid on property taxes from the following taxpayer, Amy L. Greba. The Board reviewed the information received from the County Treasurer and the CountyAssessor and discussion was held. Jim moved to refund one hundred percent (100%) of the interest thatAmy L. Greba & Tony D. Klein paid and to authorize John to sign the Order on behalf of the Board. Kelly seconded, all ayes, motion carried. Present were Mary Kuhl, County Treasurer, Kathy Gearhart, Clerk, Treasurer's Office, Dee Griffis, County Assessor and Linda Fritz, Deputy County Clerk. Karen Ackerman, A.D.I. Insurance Agency, was present for the opening of the County property insurance bids. The following bid was received: A.D.I. Insurance Agency .$33,751.00 Jim moved to accept the bid from A.D.I. Insurance Agency with the terrorism coverage. Kelly seconded, all ayes, motion carried. Dan Blakeman, Public Works Director, continued to give a monthly report. Also present was Theresa Curren, Secretary, Public Works Department. Barb Coy, Public Health Nurse, presented an amendment to the Bioterrorism Contract. Kelly moved to approve Amendment Number One to the Grant Award for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Public Health Preparedness and Response for Bioterrorism Wyoming Department of Health and Crook County Public Health Nursing Services. Jim seconded, all ayes, motion carried. Joyce E. Speidel and Ted Davis, Sundance Economic Development Team and Talbot Hauffe, WYDOT, discussed the possibility of nominating several of our State Highways in Crook County as Scenic Byways. Also present were Maxine Ripley and Mary Kuhl, County Treasurer. Ms. Ripley presented concerns pertaining to Scenic Byways in Crook County. No action was taken at this time. The meeting adjourned at 5:45 o'clock p.m. Wednesday, July 8, 2009 8:00 o'clock a.m. Present were Chairman John A Moline, Jr., Vice-Chairman James W. Hadley, Member Kelly B. Dennis and County Clerk Connie D. Tschetter. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited to the Flag. Warren Oyler, Resident Engineer, Wyoming Department of Transportation, gave an update on bridge and road projects. Also present was Fred Duncan, County Planner. Chris Harwood, Manager, Crook County Fair, gave a monthly report. Jim Pridgeon, Homeland Security County Coordinator and Gad Gill, Deputy Homeland Security County Coordinator, gave a monthly report. Jim requested the Boards approval to have Beck Consulting prepare our County Hazardous Mitigation Plan. The Board gave their approval. Donald Johnson, Teresa Johnson, Joe Baron, CountyAttorney and Ralph Goodson, County Surveyor, gave an update and discussed the. survey that was done on a portion of Bates County Road No. 5, in the matter of relocating and redevelopment of a portion of the road. The County Attorney's opinion is that the Bates County Road No. 5 does not touch the Johnsons' property. Johnsons also requested maintenance on Deer Creek County Road No. 23. The Board will let Dan Blakeman, Public Works Director know. Jeb Hughes, Sundance Canyon Ranch Improvement and Service District, presented a Special Improvement District Assessment Request for the district and the Board determined that the district was in compliance. Also present was Joe Baron, County Attorney. Dan Blakeman, Public Works Director, gave a monthly report. Also present were Theresa Curren, Secretary, Public Works Department, Jim Pridgeon, Homeland Security County Coordinator and Gari Gill, Deputy Homeland Security County Coordinator. Mr. Pridgeon discussed the possibility of a keyless entry system for the Courthouse, which could be paid for with grant funds and the Board requested that he obtain more information on this. Adjourned for lunch at 11:33 o'clock a.m. 1:00 o'clock p.m. Present were Chairman John A. Moline, Jr., Vice-Chairman James W. Hadley, Member Kelly B. Dennis and County Clerk Connie D. Tschetter. Present were Jeanne Whalen and Nels Smith, Members, Crook County Latd Use Planningand Zoning Commission (CCLUP&ZC), Tim Lyons, Growth and Development Administrator, Fred Duncan, County Planner, Wayne Garman, Supervisor, Crook County Natural Resource District (CCNRD), Ralph Goodson, Bearlodge, Ltd., Inc., Hugh Thompson, Black Hills National Forest Advisory Board, Jay Moore and Steve Kozel, Bearlodge District Ranger, USDA Forest Service. Discussion was held on the proposed adoption of the Crook County Residential Minor Subdivision Rules and Regula- tions and Amendments to the Crook County Subdivision ResolUtion. This discussion was tabled until the Board of County Commissioners can obtain advice from the County Attorney. Upon the recommendation from the CCLUP&ZC, Kelly moved to approve the Pine Rock Meadows Subdivision with the requested variance. Jim seconded, all ayes, motion carried. Hugh Thompson informed the Board that a petition has been submitted to the Wyoming Environmental Quality Council to designate approximately 14,000 acres of the Sand Creek watershed, Black Hills National Forest as Very Rare and Uncommon and discussed his concerns, he also requested the Board and CCLUP&ZC submit a letter to the Wyoming Environmental Quality Council explaining the impact this will have on the citizens. 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