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OF A REGULAR MEETIRG OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF 8~ANCE, WYOMING 1994 Council met this day In regular session with Mayor Miller Members Hurd. Baxter. Brooks. and Durfee attending. no other bids from the floor, pickup bids were closed at 7:05 of the June 6, 1994 regular meeUng were approved as the General Fund carry over for the fiscal 896.67. The Economic Development Fund has $31,074.45 ; Ambulance Contribution Fund has $65,249.67. Board has recommended the water and be approved. The Mayor will attend the meeting for of applications to receive funding which will be held In 21. moved, Baxter seconded, the sewer project be completed this project be started next spring conUngent on receiving money. Carried. royalty and sex~erance tax monies wlll now be distributed rather than quarterly. Hurd seconded, to continue with the same employee Insurance coverage which is Plan 86A/A. Carried. COBRA be asked for as part of the coverage as the premium would attended the meeting and requested a variance on a needed to be higher than the required 42". moved, Hurd seconded, Klplinger consult with the Land Use Commission In regard to this permit after which he can make on the variance. Carried. resubmitted an applicaUon for a building permit for a ) the property he rents. The variance requested was previously Duane Hartl submitted the application as property i] the Council and Land Use Planning Commission , and tell hlm why a variance was not granted and to is a possible alternaUve. attended the meeUng and showed were the County had behind hls residence in 1897. If this is not correct Gray as to whether the City would exchange land. The Clty Attorney into the situation and make recommendaUons at the next President of the Chamber of Commerce, asked the Council be set up on Main Street between 3rd and 4th Streets | Portions of 4th Street. The carnival would arrive on July 25 and the 30th. Brooks moved, Hurd seconded, to allow the be open until I0:00 P.M. on Wednesday and Thursday and until 1 I:00 P.M. on Friday and Saturday. Carried. The City two portable toilets. 8eeley attended the meeUng to discuss the water and sewer taps distributed by Darlene Speldel and Arlene Tenke. She if these taps have ever been divided among the heirs and does not feel it is fair. Following discussion, Brooks moved, the City will not recognize any further taps until the ffcourt acUon or a written agreement of a settlement Seeley heirs. Carried. The Mayor, City Attorney, and Betts a meeting to discuss this situation. of the old City dump was discussed. Brooks moved, Seconded, the Mayor be authorized to enter into negotiations Arlene Tenke, and Donna Blackburn (Carl) to buy their property In order to square up the property that the old plinger start reclaiming the dump area as the budget Hughes add an attachment to the deed saying at one was a landfill. Carried. If agreements are met on the land, do the surveying. bids were opened as follows for the pickup: Bob Carter, Inc., Newcastle - $18,146.00 Queen City Motors, Co., Spearfish - $15,999.00 ~reiner Motor & Marine, Casper - $17,599.10 r raoved, Hurd seconded, to accept the low bid from Queen City following review of the bids by Ktplinger. Hurd seconded, to authorize the Mayor to enter Into a agreement for a 12 month period with the Sundance for thepickup. Carried. raoved, Brooks seconded, to grant avariance to Charles E. Jones front setback for a deck. Carried. The Land Use Planning recommended this variance be granted. went over changes in the subdivision ordinance. Durfee Baxter seconded, an emergency does exist and to adopt, on an .'hey basis, Ordinance No. 4, 1994, AN ORDINANCE SUBDIVISIONS TO THE TOWN OF SUNDANCE; DEFI- ULATION OF THE TOWN OF SUNDANCE; SEVERABILrfY; FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Carried. of cellular phones for the police department and the main- be reconsidered at the next meeting. map which had previously been by the Council. moved to approve three Malt Beverage Permit Applications r the Crook County Horsemen's Association for August 5- a $I0.00 fee per day. Motion failed for lack era second. Baxter Brooks seconded, to approve the above three permits with a fee per day. Hurd voted for and Durfee voted against. Motion moved, Hurd seconded, Ordinance No. 5, 1994 AN ORDI- tAMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 2, 1993 REVISING THE BUDGET YEAR 1993-1994 be adopted on an emergency basis. moved, Baxter seconded, to grant Ralph & Patrlcia Goodson a on a setback requlrefnent from Highway 585 for a multiple Carried. Durfee seconded, to grant Robert and Ruth Wynn a on a front setback for a garage. Carried. recommended for approval by the Lupc. held on repermltting of the landfill. matter of the Sundance landfill variance, a Notice of Objection to Remand Contested Case Hearing Due to Lack of Notice from Joseph M. Baron, attorney for Eleanor M. Phillips. The check Into the next procedure for the City. was read. from Dorothy Greenwood of the Devils who was thanking the Wyoming Commu- for approving the proposal for financial assistance for planUng project at the Sundance landfill. received a cerUficate of appreciation of tens years of support Association of Municipal Clerks and Treasurers. gave a report on the NE WY Regional Task Force meeting. wlll look Into the cost of setting new flagpoles at each were given and Council comments were heard. moved, Baxter seconded, that if funding is received for the from the Farm Loan Board, City Engineer Goodson has to start the design work. Carried. approved by the Land Use Planning Commission are as James J. Cooper - Replace Driveway, Crook County School # I - Storage Building, Ken and Jan Denzin - Move Shed & Fence and Add Additional Fence, Robert Roadffer - Replace Walter Slmons - Shed, Crook County School District #1 - Carter's Plumbing & Heating - Pipe Rack and Move Fence, Deck and Fence, Curt and Linda Moberg - Duplex, Move Trailer House. A sign permit was also approved for a Plumbing & Heating. t~oved, to approve the June, 1994 Adjustment In the amount of-$18.00. Carried. Durfee seconded, to approve payment of the bills in the ;124,356.98. Carried. report was reviewed by the Council. was adjourned at 10:55 P.M. Mayor James A. Miller Clerk-Treasurer Llla L. Butts Sign & Barricade Bank ADDITIONAL VOUCHER LIST FOR JUNE, 1004 & Accident Salaries 20.00 Medical Systems County Service 3,000.00 Equipment & Maintenance 543.38 System Repairs 327.00 AAU Basketball 246.75 Salaries 55.00 System Repairs 379.95 * Inter-Mountain Labs, Inc. * Karen Bennett * NaUonwide Life Insurance * Nicholas Repair * Pickerd's Pot House * Postmaster * Queen Commercial Spraying * Ray's Radiator Service * Rocky Mtn. Safety Service * Sax Arts & Crafts * SHS Band * Sun. Ambulance Cont. Fund * Sundance Equipment * Sundance State Bank FED * Sundance State Bank FICA * The Shareholder Services * The Travelers * Tri-County Electric * U.S. Postal Service * Universal Athletic Serv. * Wagaman Ready Mix & Const. * Wagaman Ready Mix & Const. * Western Communications * WY Retirement System * WY Retirement System Testing Miscellaneous Salaries Equipment & Maintenance Supplies Postage Miscellaneous Equipment & Maintenance System Repai~'s Arts & Craft Supplies Contract Mowing 360.00 JULY 28, 1994 THE 8UNDANCE TIMES PAGE 9 5.82 tion. profit or government-funded 50.00 July 24 agency for a training period agreed 128.79 A traffic complaint was received upon by Green Thumb and the I00.00 from 1-90 west of Sundance. Bar- agency. Wages and benefits are l 1.25 rels in the construcUon zone were paid by Green Thumb. While the 225.00 tipped over. The construction worker Is being trained at the as- 75.00 company was notified and theyset signment, the agency is beneflUng 758.75 the barrels back up. from being able to expand ser- 112.40 A civil assist was carried out to vices, orcoverforslashedbudgets. 1,000.00 transfer papers from Weston Green Thumb, Inc. is 28 years County to Crook County. old, and they anticipate continu- 1,910.38 ance far into the needs of 2000. Theyare avital part of the health of 3,816.82 GreenThumb service organizations in rural 475.00 3,149.92 program continues America, and are a vital part of the 971.05 contribution of older workers In individual communities. Their 88.20 Green Thumb Is an older worker wages turn dollars In the commu- 335.95 program authorized under Title V niUes and their contrlbuUon keeps 8,242.50 of the Older Americans Act and needed community services being 1,745.36 funded by a grant from the Dept. of delivered. Labor. They are in 44 states and For more information contact 2,781.58 Puerto Rico and serve over 18,000 Wilfred Romero, (307) 778-7507 or 2,452.67 workers. 1-800-584-9161. 60.00 The Wyoming/Colorado/Utah u nlt of Green Thumb has available [-_ "r.~~'-'~ : 4 an earo hire older workers immediately. They are seeking older workers in the community who are 55 and The Rx of prescriptions older, who are income restricted, is generally considered to who want and are able to work. represent the Latin word 13.75 "]'he worker assigned to a non- recipe, whichmeans take. 91.66 53.71 1,000.00 " 1,000.00 86.31 5.00 rlous challe Replacement Fund 42,235.00 Equipment & Maintenance 605.60 Salaries Salaries Salaries Health Insurance Street Lights Postage Little League Capital Improvements Capital Improvements Equipment & Maintenance Retirement Salaries Total 7 I, 509.81 Total Payroll + 24,946.52 GRAND TOTAL $ 96,456.33 * Voucher Paid Prior to Council Meeting VOUCHER LIST FOR JULY, 1994 Aro Restaurant Bearlodge Limited, Inc. City Clerk-Treasurer Country Cottage Cr. Co. Medical Systems Crook County Crook County Weed & Pest Dakota Chemical, Inc. Dakota Steel & Supply Decker's Food Center Diane Leslie Doreen's Delivery"" Durfee's Gill Oil Co., Inc. Gould PublicaUons Hillside Pharmacy Hoppy's Car Wash Hurd's Texaco In the Swim Discount Pool Juneks Service, Inc. Miscellaneous Engineer Petty Cash Miscellaneous County Service Dispatch Supplies Chlorine Supplies & Equip. Supplies Supplies System Repairs System Repairs Uniforms Diesel (Fuel) Supplies Supplies Vehicle Maintenance Equlpment & Maintenance System Improvements Vehicle Maintenance 40.00 rights. 48.98 My strong record of protecting our state 28.95 constitutional water rights and water 5.00 development Is well known. 39.96 789.89 My knowledge comes not by research alone, but 41.35 by working and living the Issues. 28.14 Your support would be appreciated on August 80.00 16th. 71.70 Re-Elect Marlene Simons 299.39 District One State Representative 162.58 Leisure Spas M & M Sweeping & SanitaUon Marian Braley Mark Hughes Mark L. Hughes Myron Heny Nelson's Off & Gas, Inc. Northwest Pipe Fittings Peterson Gas Company Range Telephone Robert Baxter Robert's Repair Rocky Mtn. Info Network Rocky Mtn. Safety Service Security Insurance Agency Servall Towel & Linen State of WY State of Wyoming Sundance State Bank Terry's Auto The Sundance Times T racy Motor Company Trl-County Electric Universal Athletic Service VFW Post 431 l VISA WAM WAMCAT Warren L. Crawford, D.V.M. Waterworks Industries Western Business Resource Whispering Pines WY Law Enforcement Academy WY State Legislature WY Workers Comp. Division Chemicals 651.50 Toilet Rental 130.00 Utility Deposit Refund 15.00 Attorney 800.00 Postage 6.87 Assn. Dues 125.00 TransportaUon/Meals 24.15 Supplies 621.00 Propane {Heat) 1,111.80 Telephone 288.52 Travel & Training 224.98 Vehicle Maintenance 33.50 Supplies ~0.00 System Repairs 758.75 Insurance 6, l 01.00 Janitor 45.40 Insurance 5,172.47 Telephone 25.52 Vehicle Purchase 801.77 Equipment & Maintenance 94.60 Advertising 338.55 Supplie :, 319,70 Electricity 3~ 55-~.9~ Babe Ruth 433.84 M Iscellaneous 35.00 Travel & Training 128.40 Assn. Dues 1,025.00 Assn. Dues 25.00 Dog Control 94.00 Supplies 5.53 Copy Machine 47.30 Janitor 72.00 Travel & Training 125.00 Supplies 30.00 Workers Comp. 684.22 Total 27,900.65 Total Payroll +0.00 GRAND TOTAL $27,900.65 * Voucher Paid Prior to Council Meeting ~"Hi'//.""~ 14 north of Moorcroft. It is under ! S][']~R~IS [investigation. | rvn= Citations issued - 12. Motorists assists - 1. July 18 Gave a civil assist in the Lake Cook area In reference to taking juveniles to their homes. July 19 Assisted the city In reference to checking out a vehicle left parked on private property. The owners were notified to move it. "A vehicle was reported parked 7- 8 miles up Blacktail Road. Officers checked but It was already moved. July 20 A suspicious person was reported to be at a residence at the Junction of Hwys. 14 and 24. Officers re- sponded and talked to the report- ing parties. The subject had left. An animal complaint was received in the Hulett area. About 5-6 dogs were reported running loose. July 21 A one vehicle rollover was re- ported on the Pine Haven road. One male occupant was possibly injured but refused an ambulance. The subject received two citations, one for a revoked license and one for no proof of insurance A suspicious person was reported at theJuncUon of Hwys 14 and 24. Officers responded and talked to all parties. July" 22 Assisted with funeral escort in the Hulett area. A hay truck was reported to have turned over 10 miles north of Os- hoto. There were no injuries but the road was blocked. A civil disturbance was reported at a residence at the Junction of Hwys 14 and 24. Officers re- sponded. July 23 Vandalism was reported on Hwy A motorcycle accident was re- ported west of Sundance. Two subjects were injured and trans- ported to Crook County Hospital by ambulance. A REDDI report was received from the old Sundance Highway In the Pine Haven area. Officers had negative contact with the vehicle. A domestic disturbance was re- ported In the Hulett area. Officers responded and talked to all parties involved. No complaints have been signed at this time. A subject reported receiving prank phone calls. It is under invesUga- KEEP b;ARLENE l - - l SIMONS | WORKING FOR | DISTRICT ONE[ COW POKES Pd. Adv. ~d ~~~ By Ace Reid "1 don't care if he's a twin brother to Little Joe. If you don't keep him out of my flowers you can call him Traveler!" ~joh ~luNr U~m'od ~ sz0OZmO0 FDIG ,totlAt j,~U;tl m~ulaNct COIPOI,Ia*ON Sundance State Bank Phone 283-1074 I I Don't let Washington tear it down. Jim Magagna for Congress