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PAGE 8 THE SUNDANCE TIMES JULY 29, 1993 Notice is hereby given that the Crook County School District No. One Board of Trustees issued warrants for the following bflis exceeding $300.00 at the regular meeting of the Board held on July 21, 19@3 at Hulett, Wyoming. Purvome of ExDendlture Amo~t Warrant# American Business Forms Office Supplies 2358.18 22160 Amlck Sound Inc. Master Clock/Labor 1565.00 22162 Apple Computer Inc. Computers 6974.00 22163 Arrow Star Discount Maintenance Supplies 574.85 22165 ATD-American Co. Student Desks 1910.01 22166 Beckley Cardy Co, Equipment 858.55 22167 Black Hills Copiers Typewriter Maintenance 3567.00 22168 Cardine Business Forms Report Cards 300.54 22179 Cole Papers Bulk Bid Custodial Supplies 379.20 22188 Crum Electric Bulk Bid Custodial Supplies 1252.92 221 92 Dial Net Telephone Services 1336. I 1 22201 Dick's Auto Body Parts & Labor 1577.00 22203 Dillon Hardware Supplies 1520.44 22204 Eagle Uniform/Linen Supply Bulk Bid Custodial Supplies 3777.48 22205 EBSCO Subscription Service Renewals 3045.26 22206 Elder Equipment Leasing Parts 1244.85 22208 EMSCO Ind. Inc. Bulk Bid Custodial Supplies 2070.94 22209 Frey Scientific Co. Equipment & Teaching Supplies 582.08 22212 Gill Off Co. Gas/Diesel 361.63 22218 Hfllyard Sales Co. Bulk Bid Custodial Supplies 7129.23 22225 Honeywell Inc. Maintenance Supplies 434.72 22227 Houchen Bindery Ltd. Book Binding 422.20 22228 Hughes & Dumbr111 Legal Fees 562.00 22230 Hulett Hardware Paint, Maintenance Supplies 663.86 22232 K Log Bulletin Board 1599.10 22249 Lawson Products Paint 694.94 22251 Undstad's Bus Maintenance 2420.20 22253 Maczone Teaching Supplies 2082.00 22256 Misty City Software Software Upgrade 543.50 22263 Moorcrofl Municipal UttlRy Services 395.90 22269 Multiple Zones Inc. Teaching Supplies 396.00 22271 Nelson's Oil & Gas Gas, Etc. 668.18 22276 Nicholas Repair Vehicle Maintenance 1275.00 22278 Northern Gas of Wyoming Natural Gas 344.16 22279 Northern Wyo Mental Health Summer Program 951.00 22280 Pitney Bowes Co. Mailing Machine 1099.00 22289 Porter's Camera Store Annual Supplies 1849.58 22293 Quallty Hardware Supplies 415.52 22295 Brad Ragan Inc. Tlres 876.04 22298 Range Telephone Telephone Service 390.32 22300 Rapid City Regional Hospital Services 669.43 22301 Renew LMng Skills Training 1795.00 22303 Wflllam K. Sadler Inc. Teaching Supplies 328.29 22305 Saxon Publishers Texts & Teaching Supplies 426.41 22307 Schoolmasters Teaching Supplies 664.07 22311 Sundance Publishers Books & Teaching Supplies 773.60 22321 City of Sundance Services, Permits 378.88 22322 Sundance State Bank VISA T1"avel Expenses, Teaching Supplies 384. I 0 22323 Team Microage Rent a Support 348.56 22327 Team Laboratory Chemical Maintenance Supplies I 176.53 22329 Tracy Motor Co. Supplies, Parts 3796.80 22336 Tr/-County Electric Electric Service 12989.37 22337 Universal Athletic Supplies & Reconditioning 2390.07 22341 Universal Athletic Uniforms 1841.50 22342 US Postal Service Envelopes 480.00 22343 USWEST Communications Telephone Service 498.77 22344 Vimbo's Custodial School Expenses 999.90 22347 VOWAC Publishing Teaching Supplies 1471.37 22349 Western Business Resource Maintenance Agreements, Copier 8711.48 22353 WohTs of Wyo Inc. Moorcroft Heating System 114705.00 22356 WHSAA Practices, Passes, Supplies 328.00 22361 Ziegler Building Center Supplies, Materials 672. I0 22363 FROM: SALARY PAYABLES Crook County School District Net Salaries 108997.87 22367 Escrow Account CCSD Insurance Insurance 12628.00 22368 Fldelity Retirement Service Annuities 1050.00 22369 Lincoln National Life Annuities 600.00 22371 Northern Life Ineurance Annuities 649.00 22373 Sundance State Bank FICA & Withholding 38517.60 22374 Variable Annuity Life Annuities 750.00 22375 Workers Comp Div. Workers Comp. 1009.86 22376 Wyo Retirement System Retirement 11710.02 22377 FROM: RErIRBMENT ESCROW Crook County School Dlstrlct Transfer Early Retirement Funds 25691.78 184 OM: rr.D z, P'R 1"D Apple Computer Inc. Computer 1519.00 22379 Learning Services Inc. Supplies 1762.77 22384 Mentor Ent. Inc. Conference Registration 315.00 22385 Systems Warehouse Inc. Parent Link Module 2495.00 22391 FROM-, ACTIVITY ACCOUNT Flying Phoenix Corp. Fireworks Down Payment 2500.00 3161 Internatlonal Music Camp Fee 375.00 3164 Ritz Camera Centers Supplies 751.00 3170 FROM: LUNCH ACCOUNT Accu-Scan Renewal 591.00 2163 FROM: ]Msln~ANCE ESCROW Flrst American Administm~rs Insurance 18264.55 373 First American Administrators Insurance 10204.16 374 First American Administrators Insurance 30786.02 375 P2OCEI3~[NG8 OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMI~|IONERS AT THE COURTHOU&E IN 8UNDANCE, CROOK COUNTY, WYOM]NO. July 19, IOOS 6:00 o'clock p.m. Present were Major F. Miller, Chairman, Perry Livingston, Vice Chairman, Eva J. Wflley, County Clerk and EIvin Rush. Bid opening was held for The Old Sundance Library Building Removal, one bid was received from Sundstrom, Inc. which was rejected because it was a proposal to demolish the building at the expense of the County. Adjourned until 8:00 o'clock P.M. for the annual budget hearing. 8:00 o'clock p.m. Present were Major F. Miller, Chairman, Perry Livingston, Vice Chairman, Raymond L. Dennis, Member, Eva J. Wflley, County Clerk, Elvin Rush, Road and Bridge SupL, Charlotte Mellott, Clerk of Distr/ct Court, Chris Mellott, Sheriff, Cheryl Wffi/ams, Fair Board Treasurer, Gaydell Collier, Library Director, Jeanette Smith, L/brary Treasurer, Dick SackeR, Custodian, Jw NuckoIIs. Perry moved to adopt the follow/ng resolut/on, Major seconded the motion, all ayes, motion carried. APPROPRIATION RESOL~FION WHEREAS, on the 19 day of July 1993, Eva J. Wflley, the budget making authority, prepared and submitted to the Board a county budget for the 1993-1994 fiscal year ending June 30, 1994. WHEREAS, such a budget was duly entered at large upon the records of this Board and a copy thereof was made available for the public inspection at the office of the County Clerk: and WHEREAS, notice of a publ/c hearing on such budget, together with the summary of said budget, was publtshed in The Sundance Times, a legal newspaper published and of general circulation in the county on the I st day of July, 1993 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 WHEREAS. following such public heating certain alterations and revtslons were made in such proposed budget, all of which more fully appear in the minutes of the Board. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED 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, 1994. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the following appropriations be made for the 1993-1994 fiscal year ending June 30, 1994 and that the expenditures of each officer, department or spending amount herein appropriated. GENERAL FUND: County Commissioners ......................................................................... County Clerk ......................................................................................... County Treasurer ................................... . .............................................. County Assessor .................................................................................... County Sheriff ...................................................................................... $ County Attorney .................................................................................... $ Lease/Purchase .................................................................................... $ Community Service Block Grant ............................................................ $ County Coroner. .................................................................................... $ Agriculture Department ......................................................................... $ Distrlct Court ......................................................................................... $ Justice Court. ........................................................................................ $ Courthouse ............................................................................................ $ Road and Bridge .................................................................................... $ Water Comm/ssioner .............................................................................. $ Elections ................................................................................................ $ Health Nurse .......................................................................................... $ Special Scrv/ces ...................................................................................... $ Capita/Improvement Fund ..................................................................... $ agency be limited to the $ 45,025.00 $ I00,000.00 $ 11 1,000.00 $ 114,000.00 332.473.00 84,000.00 58,250.00 12,284.00 8,400.00 47,000.00 1 I0,000.00 66,152.00 135,000.00 853,324.00 500.00 17O,OO0,0O 17,400.00 111,251.00 44,000.00 206,574.00 D Road ................................................................................................... Fire Control ............................................................................................ Bridge Replacement ................................................................................ Abandoned Vehicles ................................................................................ Mona Road ............................................................................................. Fair Building .......................................................................................... Other General Accounts .......................................................................... Total General Fund Appropriations ......................................................... Cash Reserve Fund ................................................................................. County Fair ............................................................................................ County Museum ..................................................................................... County Library ....................................................................................... Weed & Pest ........................................................................................... Leafy Spurge ........................................................................................... Total Appropriations ............................................................................... $ I0,000.00 $ 178,640.00 $ 85,000.00 $ 3,700.00 $ 200,000.00 $ 80,000.00 $ 418,000.00 $3,601,973.00 $ 341,640.00 $ 91,867.76 $ 59,207. I0 $ 13 I, 100.00 $ 119,069.04 $ 272,377.67 $4,617,234.57 Dated this 19th day of July 1993. Major F. Miller, Chairman Perry Livingston, Vice Chairman ATTESt. Raymond L. Dennis, Member Eva J. Willey, County Clerk P _I OLUTION TO PROVIDE INCOMI NEC Y TO FINANCE BUDGET WHEREAS, on the 19 day of July, this Board adopted a County Budget for the 1993-1994 fiscal, June 30, 1994 calling for the following appropriations: General Fund .......................................................................................... $3,943,613.00 Fair Fund ................................................................................................ $ 91,867.76 Museum Fund ........................................................................................ $ 59,207. I 0 Library Fund .......................................................................................... $ 131,I00.00 Weed and Pest. ....................................................................................... $ 119,069.04 Leafy Spurge .......................................................................................... $ 272,377.67 TOTAL .................................................................................................... $4,617,234.57 and WHEREAS, after deducting all other cash and estimated revenue, it is necessary that the amount be raised by general taxation, and tn order to raise such sums of money, it is necessary that be made for the 1993-1994 fiscal year ending June 30, 1994 as shown opposite each fund: Amount to Mill be raised Levy General ............................................... $865,250.05 9.800 Fair Fund ............................................ $ 49,694.00 .562 Museum Fund ..................................... $ 44,146.00 .500 Library Fund ....................................... $100,530.00 I. 138 Weed & Pest ........................................ $ 88,290.64 1.000 Leafy Spurge ....................................... $ 88,290.64 1.000 NOW, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners that the foregoing levies be 1993-1994 fiscal year ending June 30, 1994. Dated this 19 day of July, 1993. ATTES'E. Eva d. Wflley, Crook County Clerk No further business coming before the 3, 1993. ATIF_ . Eva J. Willey, County Clerk Major F. Miller, Chairman Perry Livingston, Vice Chairman Raymond L. Dennis, Member Board, the meeting adjourned to meet in regulm Major F. Miller, Chairman Perry Livingston, Vice Chairman Raymond L. Dennis, Member I'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"III I Weed & Pest l[[ IIIIIIIIIIIIII|IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIISlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlUlIIIIIIIIIIII Noxious Weeds: What We Can Achieve Bv Work/nl To ether From recent Speaking Naturally columns we have learned this about noxious weeds: 1. Noxious weeds ruin things for all of us. They render sports and recreation areas useless -- and destroy the businesses that serve them. Weeds cheat us of the very surroundings we once enjoyed. 2. Most noxious weeds do NOT fit in our woHd. By definition, a weed is simply a plant out of place. Noxious weeds exceed this deflrd- tion because most species are not a part of the historical, natural ecosystem. 3. Weed awareness needs defin- ing. When asked, most people re- spend, I am aware there are weeds." Effective weed awareness means we understand the negative impact of weeds on our env/ron- merit. What do we do about noxious weeds? Just as there are different weed species, there are different solutions. The problem IS com- plex, although not unconquerable. The common thread of every suc- cessful weed control program is working together and working ac- cording to a well thought-out plan. Hannfng and cooperation are the keys. Here's why= 1. Weeds do not respect borders or man-made boundaries. Thus, ff one landowner cleans up their property, but a neighbor doesn't - - noxious weeds quickly re-infest the clean property. Weeds move back and forth between neighbors, from subdiv/sions and towns, from roadsides and private land. They are spread byvehicles, birds, wildlife, and water ways. Noxious weeds spread across state lines, federal and state lands to private lands and back again. Tackling a week problem on one side of a property boundary with- out working on the opposite side leads to frustration and ultimately, failure. We must work together to succeed. 2. Control programs can involve various methods. Controlled grazing, mowing, hand-pulling, burning, herbicides, and biological controls (insects) can playvltal roles in controlling noxious weeds. Success requires coordination and planning to maximize effectiveness and insure that each method is used only where environmentally safe. Economic efficiency and sue- cessful control results when diverse control methods are coordinated under the guidance of a good plan. 3. Noxiotm weeds are everyone's problem, thus everyone must oontribute to their control. I fonly one landowner or one county or one federal agency shouldered the entire burden for sopping noxious weeds, the cost would prove pro- hlbltive. If we all participate in funding solutions, our individual contribution is certainly reason- able. Urban res/c/ must he/p people who live in rural areas. Rural residents must assist town and cltyresldents. Hunters, fishermen, backpackers, and other outdoor recreatlonists can assist farmers and ranchers. Farmers and Noxious weeds threaten ranchers can assist federal land natural resources and our managers, Umber companies, and ment and utilization of the uttlityrtght-of-waycompardes.We Join the fight to protect our: can all support county and state sources. Become more weedcontroleffortsandcoat-share edgeable about noxious programs where they exist. These Work together to sto! programs are some of the fairest and protect our environment- ways of Insuring that all who ben- efit from the land have a role in on your involvement. protecting it. Hulett, Wyoming * Trail Rides in the National Forest * Buckboard Rides .... Crook County School District is acce applications for a Special Education aide at Hulett Secondary. Beginning hour rate is $6.10. Closing date is August 13, 1 Applications may be obtained from submitted to: Alice Ickes, Principal, H Secondary, P.O. Box 127, Hulett, WY telephone 467-5231. Crook County District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 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