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PAGE S THE SUNDANCE TIMES JULY 27, 1995 PROCEEDING6 OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMM/SSIONERS AT THE COURTHOUSE IN SUNDANCE. CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING. Monday, July 17. 19945 8:00 o'clock P.M. Present for the budget hearing were Chairman Major F. Miller. Vlce-Chairman Don Williams, Member Alan Roberts, Cotmty Clerk Connie D. Tschetter, Nick Kahler, Ronette Kahler, Todd Kahler, Custodian Peggy Symonds, SheriffZack Szakacs, UndersheriffSteve Stahla, Justice oftbe Peace Ron Waugh, Detention Sergeant Sheriffs Office Bryan Morehouse, Tom Gearhart, Steve Wood, Operator in Road and Bridge Dept. Doug Lels. Linda Lundell, Operator in Road and Bridge Dept. Ed M. Lundell, Operator in Road and Bridge Dept. Bill Tanner, Custodian Dick Sacketh Tony Raschkow, Library Board member Jeanette Smith, Library Director Gaydelle Collier, Mary Garman, Clerk of District Court Tins Wood, Public Health Nurse Barbara J. Coy, Operator in Road and Bridge Dept. Ronald Graf, Dan Boone, Field Appraiser Level I Assessor's Office Gayla Eppler, Jim Miller, and Cleo Roberts. Alan moved to adopt the following resolution, Don seconded, all ayes, motion carried. APPROPRIATION RESOLUTION WHEREAS, on the 17th day of July 1995, Connie D. Tschetter, the budget making authority, prepared and submitted to the Board a county budget for the 1995-1996 fiscal year ending June 30, 1996; WHEREAS, such a budget was duly entered at large upon the records of this Board and a copy thereof was made available for public inspection at the office of the County Clerk; and WHEREAS, notice of a public hearing on such budget, together with the summary of said budget, was published in the Sundance Times, a legal newspaper published and of general circulation in the county on the 6th day of July 1995 and . WHEREAS, a public hearing was held on such budget at the time and place specified in said notice, at which time all interested parties were given an opportunity to be heard; and WHERF_~.S, following such public hearing certain alterations and revisions were made in such proposed budget, all of which more fully appear in the minutes of the Board. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ~LVED by the Board of County Commissioners that the county budget, as so revised and altered, be adopted as the official county budget for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1996. BE IT FURTHER ~LVED, that the following appropriations be made for the 1995-1996 fiscal year ending June 30, 1996 and that the expenditures of each officer, department or spending agency be limited to the amount herein appropriated. Dated this 17th day of July 1995. GENERAL FUND: County Commissioners $ 126,500.00 County Clerk $ 78,000.00 County Treasurer $ 97,000.00 County Assessor $ 92,500.00 County Sheriff $ 282,000.00 County Attorney $ 95,000.00 Lease/Purchase $ 229,000.00 Community Service Block Grant $ 13,160.00 County Coroner $ 5,200.00 Agriculture Department $ 47,000.00 District Court $ 85,000.00 Justice Court $ 60,000.00 Courthouse $ 137,525.00 Road and Bridge $ 535,644.00 Jail $ 168,000.00 Elections $ 17,400.00 Health Nurse $ 204,216.00 Special Services $ 45,000.00 Other General Accounts $ 493.000.00 Capital Improvement Fund $ 150,000.00 Fire Control $ 209,000.00 Abandoned Vehicles $ 3,700.00 Bridge Replacement $ 53,000.00 Comm. Oriented Policing Serv. $ 23,000.00 Total General Fund Appropriations $3,249,845.00 Cash Reserve Fund $ 353,245.00 Total Requirements $3,603,090.00 County Fair $ 59,801.00 County Museum $ 58,709.00 County Library $ 101,000.00 Weed and Pest $ 33,865.39 Leafy Spurge $ 278,865.23 Total Appropriations $4,135,330.62 Major F. Miller, Chairman Don Williams, Vice Chairman Notice is hereby given that the Crook County School District No. One Board of warrants for the following bills exceeding $300.00 at the regular meeting 1996 at Sundance, Wyoming. A & I Telecommunications Adam's Repair Service Ars Electric American Linen Black Hills Chemical Linda Burch Chris Supply Co. City of Sundance Clark Printing Computerland of Gillette Connecting Point Construction Retainage Account Dakota Phones Decker's of Sundance Dept. of Environmental Quality Dillon Hardware DTN Corporation Easter Seals of Wyoming Eastman Inc. Elec-Tech Enterprise Packaging Gallup Organization Gopher Sport Haggerty's Musicworks-Glilette Scott Handley Heartland Paper Co. Hfllyard Floor Care Supply Hoover Brothers Inc. Mark Hughes Hulett Hardware JB's Restaurants Jim Gray Repair Johnson Controls Inc. Kaycee's Office Furniture KN Energy Inc. Lakeshore Learning Materials LDDS Communications Lindstad's Alignment Lowe Roofing Inc. M & M Chemical Supply Inc. Midwest Technology Products Nelson's Oil & Gas Northeast Wyo BOCES Pioneer Publishing Co. Quality Hardware & Supply Range Telephone Rapid City Regional RT Communications S & S Builders Partnership Standard Stationery Stephenson School Supply Sundance Times Supreme School Supply Tape Products Co. Town of Hulett Town of Moorcroft Tri-County Electric Association TSP Universal Services University of Wyoming Vowac West Tire & Alignment WHSAA WSAE Wyo Retlrement-life Yocum Music Alan Roberts, Member Attes "st: . . _FROM: FEDERAL PRtMECTS: S pp a. Computers RI~OIAYMON TO PROVIDE INCOME NECESSARY TO FINANCE BUDGET ,_____ _____ ~I! ~=,. ..... Hono~um ' uampbell Co ~cnool District WHEREAS, on the 17th day of July, this Board adopted a County Budget for the 1995-1996 fiscal year F1rstier " Registration Fees Travel Expense ending June 30, 1996 calling for the following appropriations: Hammond & Stephens Supplies The Mac Zone MacWarehouse University of North Carolina FROM: At~ FUND: Campbell Co. School District Deckers of Sundance Firstier Flying Phoenix Corp. International Music Camp Brian Kermah Ramada Inn-Rapld City Wyoming Future Homemakers Wyoming Future Homemakers of Extmndlture Telecommunications Vehicle Maintenance Electrical Repair Bulk Supplies Bulk Supplies Isolation Computer Repair Supplies Public Utility Community Ed Catalogs Replace Monitor Computer Software Construction Retainage Telephone Repair Meals, Supplies Contaminated Site Fees Supplies Ag/Ed Network Vocational Bulk Bid, Supplies Electrical Repair Bulk Supplies Seminar Supplies RepaUs Reimburse Rent Supplies Bulk Supplies Chair Desks Legal Fees Maintenance Supplies Meals Vehicle Maintenance Bulk Supplies Bulk Supplies Public Utility Supplies Long Distance Charges Vehicle Maintenance, Alignment Roofing Project Bulk Supplies Teaching Supplies Gasoline Tuition & Board Bulk Supplies Supplies, Parts, Materials Telephone Charges Psychological Services Montl~ly Charges Remodeling Project Bulk Supplies Bulk Supplies Advertising, Supplies Supplies Bulk Supplies Public Utility Public Utility Public Utility Architect Fees Bulk Supplies Registration Fee Textbooks Bus Alignments Insurance, Activity Enrollment Entry Fees, Dues, Banquet Life Insurance Repair Musical Instruments Supplies Computer Programs Registration Fee General Fund $3,603,090.00 Fair Fund $ 59,801.00 Museum $ 58,709.00 Library Fund $ 101,000.00 Weed and Pest $ 33,865.39 Leafy Spurge $ 278,865.23 Total $4,135,330.62 and WHEREAS, after deducting all other cash and estimated revenue, it is necessary that the following amounts be raised by general taxation, and in order to raise such sums of money, it is ending June 30, 1996 as shown opposite each fund: Amount to Mill be-rat~-d Levy General Fund 657,685.~0 9.552 Fair Fund 22,364.19 .324 Museum 50,168.45 .728 Registration Fees Supplies Registration Fees Down Payment Registration Fee TV & VCR Lodging National Meeting Registration National Trip ~ ,~/~i , Library Fund 96,1 59.00 1.396 Weed and Pest 68,649.92 1. Leafy Spurge 68,849.92 1. NOW, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners that the foregoing levies be made for the 1995-1996 fiscal year ending June 30, 1996. Dated this 17th day of July 1995. Attest: Major F. Miller, Chairman Don Williams, Vice-Chairman Alan Roberts, Member Connie D. Tschetter, County Clerk The meeting adjourned at 11:20 o'clock P.M. to meet in regular session on August I, 1995 at 8:00 o'clock A. M. in the Courthouse in Sundance, Wyoming. Major F. Miller, Chairman Don Williams, Vice-Chairman Alan Roberts, Member Attest: Connie D. Tschetter, County Clerk PROCEEDINO~$ OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMI~IONERS AT THE COURTHOUSE IN SUNDANCE, cROOw coum~, WYo~o. i'affimd~r, Jttt7 ~o, ~sss 2:30 o'clock P.M. Present were Major F. Miller. Chairman, Don Williams, Vice-Chairman, Alan Roberts, Member, Connie D. Tschetter, County Clerk, and Jo~ Baron, County Attorney. Following the Board of Equalization Hearing the Board discussed County equipment dispersal and the possibility of zoning County Agriculture. :The meeting adjourned at 3:30 o'clock P.M. to meet in regular session on August I, 1995 at 8:00 o'clock ~LM. in the Courthouse in Sundance. Wyoming. Major F. Miller, Chairman : Don Williams. Vice-Chairman : Alan Roberts, Member 6ttesc Connie D. Tschetter, County Clerk Theiraddress is Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jensen, c/o Gary Jensen, 285 Carson Road 176-16, Battle Mountain, NV 89820. Ervie and Lydia Hogan and granddaughter, Tonya, motored to Spearflshon Friday. They extended sympathy to Ray and Nadine FI- dler on the death of Ray's mother, Elsie Fldler. Tonya was an over- night guest of Ervie and Lydia on Friday. On Sunday evening the Hogans attended the trail ride barbecue at the fairgrounds. Itwas hosted by the CatfleWomen. Kay Queen and sister-in-law, Brenda Queen, from Newark, NJ. spent almost a week visiting rela- tives and friends. Kay is the daughter of Adolph and Neva Buresh. They visited with Katie Banks and spent time with Jim and Betty Eatherton and family at Upton and Duffy and Tammy Buresh, and spent a week at the home of his grandparents, Adolph and Neva Buresh. Doris Snider took her mother, Katie Banks, to Spearfish one day during the week where they con- sulted eye and ear doctors. Harry and Carolyn Mavrakls and daughter and husband, Nikke and tended the Little League All Star game at Laramie where their grandson, Jake Kettley, was a player. On July I Steve Sisson celebrated his 21st birthday at the home of week. There were 30 ticipated in the trail fide weekend. A barbecue the fairgrounds Sunday There will be a fun trip his parents, Harry and Kay SiS.son .... at lne at Sheridan. A barbecue with all Fort, the trimmings and a special cake the Mountain Music baked and decorated by his mother OnAugust 9 the van will was served to several friends and to the Central States Fair relatives. Helen and Dick En- City. gelhaupt and .Merle and Evelyn If interested in these Sisson were on hand to wish him DUSty at 283-1710. well. The Enge]haupts returned,Travel., is up home on Sunday and the Sissons came home on Monday. on area1-90 Helen Engelhaupt and Evelyn Sisson drove to Spearfish on Sat- urday where they attended to in .Wyoming during business. Merle Sisson and Slim Hoing and compared to the same Nellts Hoing traveled to 1994, according to Plankington, SD, where they, Department of brought back a tractor for the monthly traffic Overall, Hoings. John and Charlotte Lindsay as wellas moved from Spearfish to Tor- streets increased two rington, WY on Tuesday. Due to a counter Rod and Theresa left for Longmont, CO, on Tuesday that Count was not morning. They have spent time in given forJune Sundance taking care of business 2: Elsie Fidler at Spearfish on Sat- urday. Louverne and Betty Nicholson of Birth Tree, MO, were Monday evening visitors of Dick arid Rose : by Eigtne Clark Zella Proctor. Theydlned at the Log Chuck and Mary Jean Wilson to Lusk, WY on Friday, July |4, where .they attended Mary Jean's 50th year high school class reunion. They returned home on ~aturday. Cabin and spent the evening vis- iting about old times. They are all old school mates. Linda Church left for Seattle, WA, on July 9 where she was Joined by her sister. DelphineArsenaulL from :Dave and Lana Wilson of Seattle, NH. They flew to British Columbia WA, madeasurprisevisitonDave's where they went on a cruise to i~arents, Chuck and Mary Jean Anchorage, AK. They returned to Wilson, on Sunday aflernbon, July Seattle on July 17 and arrived back 16th. They arrived in time to help in Sundance on July 18. Lind's MaryJean celebrate herblrthday, daughter, Vera Ziegler, grand- They returned to WA on Tuesday, daughter, Heather, and great- 4uly 18. grandson, Jakob, followed them ~dnnna Jolmsen and StraRor and and are spending over a week vis- e Clark were among those iting relatives. ttendlng the funeral service for Delphine Arsenault. also spent time with another sister, Joan Skeesick, while in Sundance. Lori Reurink and children, Rlann and ~yler, accompanied her mother, Shirley Beagle, to Sun- dance where she spent the day at the home of George and Beverly Peterson and Evelyn Edwards. Joan Crow of Buffalo. WY, and Shirley Beagle from Rapid City spent the day on Monday visiting with Nelda Sedlacek. The ladies were all classmates at Sundance High School. Bob and Nelda Sedlacek have their motor home parked at the home of Eleanor Vines while they are in Sundance. Elmer and Lillian Jensen are staying in Battle Mountain, NVwith their sons, Beryl and Gary Jensen and families while Elmer is recov- ering from radiation treatments. Tim Farber of Grand Junction visited with Carolyn's mother, Verda Hewes, at the nursing home and spent time at the ranch. Bill Finch, who has been living in Ontario, OR. for the past several years, has moved into an apart- ment at Green Mountain Estates. He Is a brother of Pat Rolf and a former resident of the area. Tharon Peterson was a supper guest on Monday evening at the home of his parents, Martin and Karen Peterson. John Peterson, who has been visiting for about three weeks, left for his home at Holbrook, AZ where he is a teacher. Les and Donna Waugh spent the weekend in Worland visiting at the home of Lance and Janet Buer and children, Brady and Sarah. They enjoyed fishing at Meadowlark Lake. Last week Les and Donna at- matters, are nearly the same, Dusty Glick and Demarts 6.597respectively. Mlddleton attended a PAT and The defensive driving course durmg the east of Beulah for June 5,415 and June 1994 W# NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Crook School District No. One is accepting petitions for the 1995-98 school Applications may be submitted to the the Superintendent, Crook County District, PO Box 830, Sundance, 82729-0830 no later than August II, Crook County School Board of Trustees Dennis Williams,