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OF A REGULAR MEETING OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF BUNDANCE, WYOMING '10, 1998 ~Town Cotmcfl met this day in regular session with Mayor Miller Members Lenz, Durfee, Baxter, and Maynard attending. !~[nutes of the June 5, 1995 regular meeting were approved as reported a bank balance of $25,118.47. !Director of the Farm ~ Board has recommended that a grant and a loan for $93,035.00 be received for water and on the east side of town. The Director recom- no grant assistance at this time, for the downtown, curb, and lighting improvements project. City employees health insurance. A letter Denzin, Accountant, in regard to the proposed account to the employees in conjunction with plan. She stated these amounts would not and would not be subject to any withholding. Durfee moved, Seconded, to accept MetraHealth's Option 1 with a $250.00 and to reimburse the ten City employees up to $500.00 per medical expenses. Motion Carried. Attorney reported he had visited with County Attorney ' are continuing to work on the Mutual Aid Agreement for Department and the Crook County Sheriffs Office. Attorney Hughes had spoken with County Attorney is representing Eleanor Phillips in regard to the landfill application. Mrs. Phillips would like to see water at the land will maintain its value and she would like to see a on the East side of the road going into the landfill. representing Kaiser and Company, explained to the procedure would be to refinance the existing 8.5% loan line. Discussion was Baxter seconded, to allow Bishop to proceed with Motion Carried. He will give a presentation at the next Schloredt inquired about getting a Malt Beverage Permit for 10th during biker week. Durfee moved, Lenz seconded, the permit pending submission of application. Motion fee will be $25.00 per day. was held on parking places for trucks, horse trailers, and so forth. A decision will be made at the next regular Gill attended the meeting and inquired about the burned house at 321 North West Street. There have been in regard to this house. Baxter moved, Durfee to declare the partially burned house a nuisance according 5, 1992, Section 1.20.170 and authorize CltyAttorney I the necessary steps according to the ordinance. Camed. Williams attended the meeting and introduced herself as possibility Emergency Management class for the state may be Sundance this year if enough interest is shown. moved, Durfee seconded, to approve the plat for East to the Town of Sundance - Phase I, pending an Attorney's from Mark Hughes. Motion Carried. from Floyd Can" was read in regard to utility line on the James Palmer property. Following discussion, Baxter in exchange for vacating that portion of the alley Lot 3, Block 16, the landowner will give to the City an easement sanitation sewer line thru Lot 3 and the City will reserve vacated portion of the alley, contingent City Engineer Goodson necessary plat and City Attorney Hughes will prepare ordinance. prepared an agreement for Keyhole State Park in regard to their refuse in the City landfill. It has been sent to the State Department of Commerce for their approval. proposed property exchanges Mix and Crook County. representing the Chamber of Commerce, stated the supports the street lighting project and was interested in with the City to insure that the project is accepted and Long term plans were also discUssed. Baxter seconded, to approve a variance on a front for Robert and Ruth Wynn. Motion Carried. Baxter seconded, Ordinance No. I, 1995, Revised July AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING MONEY FOR "ITIE 12 PERIOD BEGINNING JULY I, 1995 AND ENDING JUNE 30, approved on an emergency basis. Motion Carried. moved Baxter seconded, Ordinance No. 2, 1995 AN ORDI- :)RDINANCE NO. 3, 1994 REVISING THE BUDGET 1994-1995 be adopted on an emergency basis. Motion discussion, Maynard moved, Durfee seconded, to adopt no. 6, 1995 stating that during bikers week, proof of for $500,000.00 worth of liability insurance be required Peddlers license is issued. Motion Carried. moved, Durfee seconded, to approve three Malt Beverage submitted by the Crook County Horsemen's As- for August 11-14 with a $25.00 fee per day. Motion Carried. read a letter from the City's Local Government Self- Program in regard to a claim from Edward Shamion for the summer of 1992. The LGSIP feels the claim of limitation and therefore the Correspondence was read from Harlan A. Sehmldt, Law who. is representing Edward Shamlon. He felt t~e f limitations covers from the time ofdiscovery of the claim and the time of the occurrence. No action was taken by the Council on the u.s. Department of Justice Cops Universal The Council will consider this at the next meeting. discussion on the Courthouse handicapped parking. The the street surface slopes on the west side of the 1:50 in some directions. 1995 the Department of Environmental Quality conducted inspection at the landfill. the name of Doug Carter for approval as a Use Planning Commission. Baxter moved, Maynard Carter be accepted to the Commission. Motion Carried. VOted, Lenz seconded, to have Goodson advertise for final for the and sewer improvement project on East Main heads gave their reports and Council comments were Planning Commission approved the following building Concrete Slab, Duane Hartl - Fence, Norman Shamlon - Fence, Linda Church - Fence, Ken and Jan Rita Pickerd - Fence, Eleanor Glover - Carport and George - Ramp, Marcy Policky - Fence. A sign permit was for Ted E. Herring/dba as Ted's Auto. Durfee seconded, to approve the June, 1995 Adjust- amount of -$94.99. Motion Carried. raoved, Durfee seconded, to approve payment of the bills in of $123,127.64 ofwhlch $85,951.14 have previously been Carried. adjourned at 11:15 P.M. Mayor James ~- Miller Clerk-Treasurer Lila I, Butts L~eDITIONAL VOUCHER LIST FOR JUNE, 1985 & Accident Salaries $ 20.00 Point Bank & Sons Insurance ' Service Bank Fund Equipment & Maintenance 1,801.70 Salaries 55.00 Building Maintenance 1,718.62 Supplies 4,524.63 System Improvements 4,681.20 Salaries 50.00 Capital Improvements 200.00 Supplies 93.34 Replacement Fund 666.66 Lodging Tax 35.45 Equipment & Maintenance 7,525.00 Contract Mowing 1,000.00 Capital Improvements 31,212.50 *Sundance State ~ank fed *Sundance State Bank flea *The Shareholder Services "The Travelers "Trl-County Electric *U.S. Postal Service *WY Retirement System Salaries I, 878.88 Salaries 3,618.97 Salaries 425.00 Health Insurance 3,969.96 Street Lights974.92 Postage 91.96 Retirement 2,21 I. 71 *WY. Retirement System Salaries 60.00 .................................................................................... Total $62,297.76 Total Payroll + $23,653.38 GRAND TOTAL $85,951.14 *Voucher Paid Prior to Council Meeting VOUCHER LIST Alan's Odd Jobs American Business Forms Bearlodge Limited Bearlodge Limited, Inc. Bearlodge Ltd., Inc. Black Hills Chemical Co. City Clerk-Treasurer Crook County FOR JULY, 1995 Vehicle Maintenance Office Supplies Engineer Supplies Capital Improvements Chemicals Petty Cash Dispatch JULY 9.7. 1995 clinic. Mrs. Tony Rathbun and son, Roger, attended some of the Log- gets Day activities at the Tower Junction Saturday forenoon. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Rathbun and children were Saturday luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Latimer at their home near Hwy 14. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gerkin of Belle Fourche were Tuesday forenoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Garman. Mrs. Gerkin returned to the Wayne Garman home Thurs- 219"87nday afternoon where she visited, 311.94 until Saturday moming when she THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE July 24, 1995 Roy and Veronica R/chards tray: eled to Ntsland, S.D. on Sunday t6 help Lucky Teigen celebrate her birthday. They also visited at th~ Brunner home which is Roy and Veronica's family. Lucky, Toni and Jo Teigen were overnight visitors of Roy and Veronica on Friday evening. Veronica's sister, Rose, 91.66 8.99 2,480.00 235.50 96.37 1,000.00 received a call that a severe hail- storm had damaged houses in Belle Fourche Friday afternoon, includ- ing her home. It was reported Belle Fourche and husband, Gene Miller stopped to visit last week on their way to Helena, MT. Rose and Gene are from Pierre, S.D. Lillian and Rita Hanson from Rock Dakota Chemical, Inc. Decker's Devils Tower VFW Post Dillon Hardware Don Yeadon DTCD Energy Electric Co. Fisher Sand & Gravel Co. Gill Oil Co., Inc. Hartl Electric Hillside Pharmacy Inter-Mountain Laboratory Kaycee's Office Supply Law Enforcement Systems Leisure Spa's Leslie's Standard Service Mark L. Hughes Mlchle Butterworth Northern Northwest Pipe Fittings Paul Materi Peterson Gas Company Professional Armaments Recreonlcs, Inc. Robert's Repair Security Ins. Security Insurance Selby's Servall Uniform & Linen Sharon Marchant State of WY state of Wyoming Sun State Bank Sundance Equipment Co. Sundance Office Supply Sundance State Bank Sundance State Bank Teri Buckman Terry~s Auto The Sundance Times Top Office Products, Inc. Tracy Motor Co. Tri-County Universal Athletic Service VISA Walter Marchant WAM Western Business Resource Whispering Pines WY Assn of Sheriffs & Ch. WY Workers Comp Division Chlorine Supplies & Equip. 5.00 Dog Control 2.96 Miscellaneous 20.00 Supplies 864.83 Miscellaneous 23.00 Capital Improvements 1,022.55 Capital Improvements 995.12 System Repairs 136.36 Fuel 79 I. 84 System Repairs 308.07 Monitor Well Testing 86.64 Testing 508.00 Office Supplies2.28 Supplies 48.90 Chemicals I, 174.16 Equipment & Maintenance 6.00 Attorney 800.00 Supplies 306.65 Equipment & Maintenance 294.19 Supplies 418.76 Special Programs 30.00 Propane (Heat)672.00 Uniforms 118.90 Supplies 47.44 Vehicle Maintenance 216.46 Insurance 850.40 Insurance 5,483.00 Supplies 2.83 Janitor 84.20 Utility Deposit Refund 25.00 Telephone 17.40 Insurance 5,665.00 Lease Purchase1,405.79 Equipment & Maintenance 447.59 Office Supplies 9.31 Vehicle Purchase 801.77 Capital Improvements 1,369.39 Arts & Craft Supplies 499.47 Equipment & Maintenance 66.81 Advertising 253.45 Supplies 57.96 Bus Expenses 176.27 Electricity 3,061.27 Babe Ruth 1,057.80 Travel & "IYaining 63.94 Utility Deposit Refund 25.00 Assn. Dues 1,075.00 Copy Machine 46.71 Janitor 166.00 Travel & Training 50.00 Workers Comp 1,070.70 Total 37,176.50 Total Payroll + 0.00 GRAND TOTAL $37,176.50 *Voucher Paid Prior to Council Meeting July 28, 1995 The Crook County Fair Board has scheduled some entertainment at the fair this year which is August 8 throughAugust 12, the"Sundance Kids" Senior CitJzens Band will make music Thursday, August I0 at 6:30 P.M. near the exhibit buildings. It is hoped there will be others performing. Mrs. Bob Yemington, Sarah, Will and Sam, Sally Rogers and Klm Kiplinger hiked to the top of Crow Peak located near Spearfish on Monday, July 3. They reported the forest service has a well main- tamed trail that can be used by bicycles, horses or hikers that goes to the summit or the mountain. Since Sally and Mary had been raised in that area, it had been one oftheir"forever" ambitions to climb to the top of Crow Peak. They stated the view was unbelievable, they could see for miles and miles. It is about 3 1/2 miles to the top from the beginning. Jim Oudin of Cody. Wy., was ~i Tuesday forenoon visitor at Opal Oudin's ranch home. He had spent the weekend visiting relatives in Sundance, including his father Henry Oudin. Mrs. Charley Schoepp was a Monday aRernoon visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Herman White and Dan. Elaina and Chesney Paul Rath- bun, children of Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Rathbun, are enjoying playing t-ball Monday and Tues- day afternoons in Hulett. Mrs. Kenny (Denise} Rathbun was a fill- in coach last week. and Dorothy Floyd were weekend guests of Opal Oudln at her ranch home, they visited Mr. and Mrs, John Dorrance at Devils Tower Saturday forenoon and spent some time visiting with friends at Loggers Day at the Lazy Y Steak- house at Tower Junction. Satur- day evening they visited Barry's son, Travis, and Kandl Mock in Spearfish where they enjoyed din- ing out for dinner and attended John and Tate's wedding dance held at the Crook County Fair- grounds in Sundance later in the evening. Mrs. Tony Rathbun Joined her mother and sister, Mrs. Vere Au- rand and Mrs. Dan Grace, in Moorcrofl Wednesday where they played some tennis. Ross Garman and daughters, Anna Marie and Taylor Dawn, were Wednesday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wood and sons. John McKay was a Wednesday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Herman White and Dan and Ahleen Spangler was a Wednesday after- noon caller at White's. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bowers and granddaughter, Kristy Bowers, of near Broadus, Montana, Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Kennedy, Helen El- lard and Terry Wiechert met Mr. and Mrs. Herman White and Dan at the Loggers Day at Lazy Y Steakhouse at Tower Junction Saturdaywhere theyenJoyed a late lunch and visiting. The group went to the Herman White home where they spent the-remainder of the afternoon visiting before the Bow- ers family returned home. Mrs. Kenny Rathbun and daughter, Elalna, took their camp trailer to Rapid City Tuesday for a checkup, Chesney spent the time visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Latimer. Steve Wood and sons, Clay and Cody, attended the Loggers Day activities and the entire Steve Wood family attended the carry-in pot- luck supper and dance in the evening. The Kenneth Somers family from California called at the Herman White home Wednesday afternoon and checked on family graves in the Tower Divide Cemetery. Opal Oudin accompanied BOb Wyman to Rapid City Fridaywhere they shopped and visited at the Jay Greenwood home and with the Warren Wyman family at Black Hawk, S.D. Mrs. Kenny Rathbun and chil- dren kept dentist appointments and shopped in Gillette Thursday. Elaina Rathbun spent Friday with her friend, Ashley Neiman in Hu- lett. The Hulett EMTs sponsored a Rabies Clinic in Hulett Wednes- day. Jack Latimer and Elaina Rathbun took Latlmer's dog to the received 2.35 inches ofraln in about 30 minutes with strong winds and large hail stones Friday afternoon. Mrs. Wayne Garman went to Belle Fourche Saturday where she spent the day helping her mother, Peggy Gerkin, clean leaves and branches from the yard and clean the leaves from the sides of the house. The hail cut holes in window screens and broke windows in some places. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Garman and children attended a Tanner-Wil- liams family reunion held in Al- addin, Wy. Saturday. Anna Marie Garman accompa- nied her grandmother, Mary Gar- man, from her home in Gillette to the Ross Garman home Tuesday where she will visit awhile. Mr. and Mrs. RoyConzelman and son, T~, were Saturday evening supperguests of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Garman and daughters. The Ross Garman family attended the dance held at the Lazy Y Steakhouse Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Garman took Dixie's mother, Peggy Gerlcin of Belle Fourche, to the I0 perfor- mance of the National High School Rodeo finals held in Gillette at the Camplex Friday night. Neal Garman of Wickenburg, Arizona, drove and arrived at the Ross Garman home Sunday just right to help Ross celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wood and sons, Mary Garman and Neal Garman enjoyed birthday cake Sunday evening at the Ross Gar- man home. Happy birthday to Rossl! Mrs. Bob Yemington and Sally Rogers joined a small group for a lingerie shower honoring Tare Tatro at her home Tuesday evening. Sarah Yemington accompanied her aunt. Sally Rogers. to Sturgis, Deadwood and Spearfish Wednesday where Sarah treated her aunt to lunch at the Chinese Restaurant in Spearfish and they enjoyed shopping for fair items, including something for Sarah's horse. Mr. and Mrs. Rick Jackson and family will be moving from Rapid City to Idaho soon, "IYavis and Emily Jackson visited their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jackson, in Sundance the latter part of the week. "IYavis Jackson was a Friday overnight guest of Will and Sam Yemlngton at their ranch home and Sarah Yemlngton spent the night with Emily Jackson at the Bill Jackson home in Sundance. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Yemington and family and Sally Rogers attended the wedding Saturday evening of John Daley and Cheryl Tatro held at the gazebo on the courthouse lawn in Sundance. Will and Sam Yemington visited Travis Jackson after the wedding ceremony at the Bill Jackson home in Sundance. Only gorillas living in captivity eat meat. Springs, Wyo. were pleasant call; ers at Hilma Saari's home last week. Hilma has been busy working som~ in her garden the past few days. Doris and Harvey Talley traveled to Gillette, Wyo. last week to see the High School Rodeo. While in the area they visited with their daughter and family. Visiting with Vi and Dick Courchaine over the weekend were Bonnie and John King, Doug, Kelly and Abble Carter, Shoun, Mindy King and family. Dick and Vi were in Gillette last week to watch the High School Rodeo which was well worth it as their grandson, Zack Long, was in the event. Mary Shepperson was in Belle Fourche last Wednesday after work. Mary kept her dentist appointment on last Thursday. Friday Mick and Jane Dowdy visited with Mel and Mary, they worked with the colt while there. Sunday Bill Shepper- son and son, Cody, and friend of Cody, Lisa, visited with Mel and Mary having dinner with them. Mary and Mel visited with Elsie Tschetter and family on Sunday evening and had supper with them. Ray and Elaine Simon attended the Rod and Gun picnic held on Sand Creek over the weekend. Kathy Clarkson traveled to Min- nesota last Thursday to pick up her son, Trey. They has been at- tending a summer camp in Min- nesota this summer. Trey and Kathy returned on Sunday. Matt and Hedi Stefanich from Saratoga, Wyo. visited family and friends over the weekend. Hedl is Kathy and Scott Clarkson's daughter. Bob and Joan Winkler had pleasant visitors from Iowa at their home the past day or so. Clay Wlnkler, grandson of Joan and BOb, is spending a few days with his grandparents. Karen and Lyle Ericsson have survived their family reunion, now they are enjoying having their grandchild spend a few days with~ them. Darlene Taylor, Linda and Dus- tin Cline were overnight guests in Piedmont, S.D. Darlene's daugh- tel', Velma Healey and family will soon be moving from Piedmont and going to Missouri to live. Velma's husband is in theAtr Force and will be stationed in Missouri." Darlene visited with Zelma on" Saturday evening. Zelma and Linda Cline enjoyed an evening in Deadwood on Sunday. Dann and Mary Vore traveled to Watertown, S.D. over the week- end. While there they visited at the home of Gregg Forsberg. Happy birthday to John Smiley. Teddy returning to Devils Tower Back by popular demand, pro- fessional actor Mark Klemetsrud will be returning to Devils Tower' National Monument for a special" program. Klemetsrud will portray Teddy Roosevelt in a program tiffed~ 'Theodore Roosevelt, Conservation President." The program will take place on July 26 at 9 p;m. in the, amphitheater. Admission to the program is free,' although there is an entrance fee into the monument. NEWS 10 A.M. Tuesday ADVERTISING 10 A.M. Tuesday CLASSIFIEDS 5 P.M. Monday