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Oral comments were received from Ted Price. Mr. McGrath offered Exhibit&apos;s A and B and the Application of the Private Road. Exhibit's A and B were entered into the record. Dennis Lytle was sworn in and testimony was given. Jim moved that the Applicant provided sufficient evidence showing there is no legal access to the Lytles' property. Kelly seconded, all ayes, motion carried. Jim moved that the best route be used to the Lytles' property. Kelly seconded, all ayes, motion carried. The Board will select a list of proposed viewers and appraisers for the parties to review. The hearing was adjourned. The Board discussed the proposed adoption of the Crook County Residential Minor Subdivision Rules and Regulations andAmendments to the Crook County Subdivision Resolution with Joe Baron, CountyAttorney. The discussion was tabled unlJtAugust 3, 2009 at 1:00 o'clock p.m. Jim moved to approve a Memorandum of Understanding Between Crook County by and through the Crook County Board of Commissioners and the United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management by and through the Wyoming BLM State Director, regarding Development of the Environmental Impact Statement for the Buffalo Resource Management Plan. Kelly seconded, all ayes, motion carried. The meeting adjourned at 3:45 o'clock p.m. to meet in special session on July 16, 2009 at 8:00 o'clock a.m. for the following: a Final Budget Hearing for Fiscal Year 2009-2010; a public hearing on an Application for Community De- velopment Projects for Handicapped Accessibility available through the Wyoming Business Council; a public hearing on an Application for Community Facilities Grant available through the Wyoming Business Council; discuss possibly imposing a Crook County Fire Ban; discuss Memorandums of Understanding with the bentonite companies for repairs and improvements to Little Missouri River County Road No. 200 and to meet in regular session on August 3 and 4, 2009 at 8:00 o'clock a.m, in the Commissioner's Room at the Courthouse in Sundance, Wyoming. John A. Moline, Jr., Chairman James W. Hadley, Vice-Chairman Kelly B. Dennis, Member Attested:Connie D. Tschetter, County Clerk Publish: July 16, 2009 PUBLIC NOTICE There was an error in the July 2009 Salary Publication for Crook County. Kenneth Shacketton should have been listed as the Crook County Weed and Pest Supervisor, not Dick Sackett. Connie D. Tschetter Crook County Clerk Publish: July 16, 2009 SUNDANCE TOWN COUNCIL July 7, 2009 The Town Council met this day in regular session at 7:00 p.m. with Mayor Fred D. Tschetter and Council Members April Gill, Paul Brooks, Ken Denzin and Reggie Gaylord attend- ing. ConsentAgenda. (All consent agenda items are considered to be routine and will be enacted by one motion, There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a Councilor or citizen so requests, in which case the item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and will be considered on the Regular Agenda.) COUNCIL MEM- BER BROOKS MOVED, COUNCIL MEMBER GILL SECONDED a motion to approve the Consent Agenda. All ayes, MOTION CARRIED. Approve Minutes of the City Council RegularMeeting of June 2, 2009 as published. Approve Treasurer's Re- port with a general account balance of $130,455.62, a utility deposit fund account balance of $27,066.25, and a $67.54 transfer into the general account from the utility deposit fund account for the amount applied to utility bills and interest. Approve the June .Adjustment Report. Approve the June Paid Invoice Report. Approve the July Unpaid Invoice Report. Motion (per consent agenda) carried. The next County Block Grant Com- mittee Meeting will be July 8., 2009 at City Hall. Ralph Goodson with Bearlodge Ltd. gave council an update on current proj- ects. The new well is looking good af- ter introducing an agent to breakdown drilling mud. The Cole Water Storage Tank project is awaiting details on the tank from the manufacturer and then it will be ready to send to DEQ. The service road sewerline plans are about eighty percent complete. The Denzin water and sewer permit applications are awaiting DEQ permits. Discussion was held on daycare architects. David Atkins, with TSP was present to tell council about his firm. COUNCIL MEMBER BROOKS MOVED, COUNC MEMBER DEN- ZIN SECONDED. a motion to table Item C on the agenda. All ayes, MO- TION CARRIED. COUNCIL MEMBER BROOKS MOVED, COUNCIL MEMBER GILL SECONDED a motion to allow the Mayor to sign the agreement with the Office of State Lands & Investment for the Cole Water Tank Replacement. All ayes, MOTION CARRIED. Two bids were received for the new restrooms for the City parks: Carr Concrete - $106,554.06, and CXT Incorporated- $87,163.22. COUNCIL MEMBER BROOKS MOVED, COUN- CIL MEMBER GAYLORD SECONDED a motion to approve the bid from CXT REQUEST FOR BIDS TOWN OF PINE HAVEN PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS FOR A NEW OR USED SKIDSTEER LOADER. PROPOSAL TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE TOWN OF PINE HAVEN, 24 WATERS DRIVE, PINE HAVEN, WY 82721, E-MAIL ADDRESS: PIN EHAV(. COLLINSCOM.NET. PHONE (307) 756-9807, FAX (307) 756-3378 MINIMUM BID REQUIREMENTS: 1. LOADER MAY HAVE UP TO 500 HOURS OF PREVIOUS USE. 2. MINIMUM BUCKET HINGE PIN HEIGHT IS 120 INCHES. 3. GROSS HORSEPOWER TO BE BETWEEN 70 AND 78 HP 4. DIESEL ENGINE 5. BLOCK HEATER INSTALLED. 6. ENVIRONMENTALLY CON- TROLLED CAB: 7. STANDARD TIRES. 8. LOW PROFILE BUCKET TO BE ABLE TO SEE THE CUTTING EDGE. 9. BUCKET WIDTH UP TO 74 INCHES. 10. OPERATING WEIGHT UP TO A MAXIMUM OF 8000 POUNDS. BIDS NEED TO BE SUBMITTED BY JULY 31, 2009. Publish: July 9 and 16, 2009 The Sundance Times for $87,163.22 for the park strooms Bobble Truax was present to request the Fire department that they are not as they appearto be the lowest bidder, atrashcan at her house. The city will allowed to speed when responding All ayes, MOTION CARRIED. pick trash up at her house.as in the to a call. Troy BiMco was present to discuss past with a regular city truck. Mayor Tschetter informed council his concerns with the deer population Mike Frolander was present to dis- that he had inquired about putting a in Sundance. COUNCIL MEMBER cuss the walking bridge on West Park Pamida in Sundance. He metwiththe BROOKS MOVED, COUNCIL MEM- Street. Mike will work with John Kip- District managerand theywill look into BER GAYLORD SECONDED a mo- linger on this project, putting one in Sundance. tion to commission Mark Hughes to write an ordinance prohibiting feeding Chief of Police, Todd Fritz reported Change order numberfrve and six, and game animals in the city of Sundance they had 64 calls for the month. Dis- engineers change order number two cussion was held about acquiring a were presented to council. COUNCIL and commission Todd Fritz and Mark Hughes to get together with Chris motorcycle thru a lease program for MEMBER BROOKS MOVED, COUN- Teeter and come up with the necessary the summer, COUNCIL MEMBER CIL MEMBER GILL SECONDED a permitting and possible numbers for GAYLORD MOVED, COUNCILMEM- motion to approve the change orders BER BROOKS SECONDED a motion on the Cole replacement well. All ayes, lethal deer removal. Allayes, MOTION to allow Todd Fritz to sign an agree- MOTION CARRIED. CARRIED. ment with Harley Davidson of Gillette COUNCIL MEMBER BROOKS for a motorcycle for the summer. All Regular meeting was adjourned at MOVED, COUNCIL MEMBER GAY- ayes, MOTION CARRIED. 10:10 p.m. LORD SECONDED a motion that we (SEAL) grant Malt Beverage and Catering Council comments were heard. Acting MayorApril D. Gill permits forthe following: July25-Crook Maintenance Foreman, John Kiplinger County Fair Board, July 31-Crook gave the maintenance department's ATTEST: County Fair Board, August 1-Crook monthly report. Clerk-Treasurer Stephanie Marry County Fair Board, August 5-Hig- bees CATS, July 8-Longhorn Liquors CityAttorney Mark Hughes will write a Publish: July 16, 2009 , July 11-Turf Bar and Lounge, July letter to the Ambulance Director and • • • 31-Longhorn Liquors, August 5-Long- horn Liquors, August 5-Three trailers CITY OF SUNDANCE, WYOMING at the Dime Horseshoe Bar, and July 17, 18, and 19 forthe Wrangler team Pursuant to Section 15-1-110, wyoming Statutes Annotated, 2009 Edition, roping event. Council members Den- as amended the following Salaries of the City of Sundance Employees are zin, Brooks, and Gaylord voted aye, hereby published: Council member Gill abstained from voting due to a potential conflict of NAME POSITION SALARY interest, MOTION CARRIED. Fred D. Tschetter Mayor $833.33 COUNCIL MEMBER GAYLORD Ken Denzin Council Member $150.00 MOVED, COUNCIL MEMBER DEN- Reginald Gaylord Council Member $150.00 Paul S. Brooks Council Member $150.00 ZIN SECONDED a motion that we approve the street dance on July 18 April D. Gill Council Member $150.00 for the Wrangler Rodeo street dance Francis E. Stevens Municipal Judge $800.00 until 12:00 p.m. and on July31 for John Todd L. Fritz Chief of Police $3896.55 First Officer $3253.90 Deere Days until 1:00 a.m. All ayes, MOTION CARRIED. Second Officer $3070.28 Third Officer $2982.92 The Land Use Planning Commis- Stephanie Marty Clerk-Treasurer $3248.64 sion approved the following building Kathy Lenz Deputy Clerk-Treasurer $2775.50 permits: Ed & Linda LundelI-Storage Assistant Deputy Clerk-Treasurer $2704.46 Shed, Crook County Family Violence- John Kiplinger Public Works Director $3896.55 Sign, Janice Bush-Privacy Fence, Maintenance Foreman $3555.07 Robyn Finch-Storage Shed, Peter Water/Waste Operator $3441.55 Knowiton-Storage Shed, Steve Cronn- Sanitation/Recycling $2782.73 Windbreak/Fence Hugh Palmer-Addi- Landfill Attendant/Sanitation $2288.00 tion to Storage Shed, Norma Peterson- 1 Person part-time Sanitation Department $423.05 Storage Shed, and Joe Baron-Fence. 8 People part-time Summer Recreation (total) $2954.00 The June 30, 2009 Land Use Minutes 1 Person part-time Parks Department $432.25 were reviewed by Council. 11 People part-time Swimming Pool (total) $6955.37 COUNCIL MEMBER GAYLORD All salaries are listed as gross pay period salaries or actual pay period wages, MOVED, COUNCIL MEMBER not including overtime or any fringe benefits, such as health insurance, life BROOKS SECONDED a motion to insurance, or pension plans paid by the City. approve the June 30, 2009 Land Use Planning minutes and permits. All Stephanie Marty, Clerk-Treasurer ayes, MOTION CARRIED. City of Sundance COUNCIL MEMBER BROOKS, Publish: July 16, 2009 MOVED, COUNCIL MEMBER DEN- • • • ZIN SECONDED a motion to allow Mayor Tschetter to sign the Cole Well CITY OF SUNDANCE, WYOMING Field and Water tank replacement VOUCHER IIST FOR JUNE 2009 lease. All ayes, MOTION CARRIED. 878-NCPERS Group Life Insurance Life Insurance Nick Marty was present to discuss the Sundance Baseball fields. Roger 12800 Croell has donated fines in order to Aflac Insurance Insurance 65.70 fix up the baseball fields. COUNCIL Ainsworth-Benning MEMBER BROOKS MOVED, COUN- Construction, Inc. Water-System Repair 2630.00 CILMEMBERGAYLORDSECONDED AIItel Radio/Telephone 289.89 a motion to have John contact one of Ameri-Tech Equipment Company Garbage-Truck/Equipment the local contractors and have them & Maint. 3283.73 haul fines that Croell donated to the Bearlodge Ltd., Inc. 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