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(C!II: ; !iL:~ ill: Crook 585 PROJECT UNDERWAY l AUGUST 10, 1998 THE SUNDANCE Tim Meeting to discuss waste study set PAG~ 11 A public meeting has been set for August 16 at 7 p.m. in Sundance to discuss Phase II of the Northeast Wyoming Regional Solid Waste Study. It will be held in the com- munity room of the county court- house. MSE-HKM Engineering of Sheri- dan is helping to develop a reg/onal plan for the management and disposal of solid waste in the five county area of Campbell, Crook. Johnson. Sheridan and Weston counties. Besides setting up a plan to complyw/th new, more stringent regulations and to increase eft- ciency while controlling costs, they will work to increase recycling and to promote other alternatives to ~nd~ d~po~. Phase II of the project addresses transportation, recycling, disposal and management of solld waste in the reg/on. Phase I, which is com- pleted, gathered data on the eleven landfills in the regton as well as other solid waste facfllties. It also evaluated the potential of these fac/lities to comply wlth the new regulations which became effective In 1993 and 1994. Public input for the project is being sought and attendance at the publ/c meetings to dtscuss it Is encouraged. Anyone wishing more informaUon on the subject may call Dayton Alsaker, Project Man- ager at 307-672-9006. Dexter, former G&F director dies Retired Wyoming Game and Fish Department director W. Donald "Don" Dexter d/ed recently in Cheyenne. He was 65 years old. Dexter was a 36-year G&F vet- eran when he retired in 1985. He started his career as a fish hatch- ery assistant at the Como Bluff Hatchery in 1950, He also served as an asststant at the Dubols Hatchery before his promotion to superintendent of the Boulder Rearing Station in 19E;3. As su- perintendent he transferred back to the Dubois Hatchers and later to the Dan Speas Hatchery in Casper before accepting the promotion to Cheyenne as fish d/v/s/on chief in 1965. He was made assistant d/- rector In 1976 and was named d/rector in 1982, where he served until his retirement. Born in Moorcroft, Dexter graduated from Clearmont HJgh School and attended Colorado State Un~mty. He is survived by his wlfe. Sad/e, and two children. FOR PURCHASE OR LEASE - BENTONITE DEPOSITS IN CROOK AND WESTON COUNTIES. SEND INFORMATION INCLUDING YOUR NAME PHONE NUMBER AND BRIEF PROPERTY DESCRIPTION TO" ARIZONA RESOURCES P.O. BOX {$82 RILLITO, AZ 85654 OUR GEOLOGIST WILL CALL IMMEDIATELY AFTER RECEIPT OF LETrEIL YOU YOUR "The Church That Stands Aloner' God's providence is unseen in a church that stands alone, In the Best Town on Earth is where it |sl The truth is ~t hurts 0U~ Lord who looks down On the Best ToWn on Earth. FOr ~ stand for truth and be like our lord who suffered and died for his Holy Day Sabbath, that we may be one.in His Fold in truth, in doctrine, and sacrifice and be like Daniel of old: Dare to stand alone, dare to have a purpose firm, dare to make it known. Remember, our Lord says if you love me do the things I say and obey and you shall see me in all my glow and shall wear i crown of life. Love is true in the end. Author- God: Love by V.E.B. Song above: "Standing by APu~I ~ True" Song Page 497 VICTORIA E. BRASHEAR i i Iil County Phone REPORT OF SCHOOL DISTRICT REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES Sources and Uses tot the Year Ended June 30, 1995 WDE-OOI Form Revised 5195 Due Date July 31, 1995 General Sources 2,549,766 663,910 & OTHER SOURCES 5,381,676 0 1,951 8,597,303 Specl@ Revenue 0 0 36,786 318,724 FUNDS Debt Service Capital ~ects Enterprise Internal Service 558,171 O 155,834 725,378 O 0 0 0 0 0 ..... L 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 89,155 0 0 0 0 0 66,000 0 0 I I I I II II I II I 355,510 558,171 "0 310,989 725,378 0 i I ii i I I Jill Trust Agency 9,059 m, 0 0 0 284,944 Other Uses Support [ & OTHER USES Week of July 31, 1995 5,117,091 387,509 0 .... 0 0 0 0 0 ..... . , ,, , 814,647 25,214 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,773,263 3,824 0 0 0 .... 0 0 0 7,500 2,874 " 0 0 0 0 0 0 254,000 0 601,021 0 319,983 796,010 0 319,141 I Ill I II I IIIIIII IIIII I I I 8,966,501 419,421 601,021 0 319,983 796,010 0 319,141~ I I I I I ...,JlP used to fulfill the reporting requirement found in W.S. 21-3-I 18(a)(iii). That statute states that it shall be among the duties of a treasurer of a school district to "render a statement of the finances of the district board of trustees; and cause a cletaited report showing the sources of revenue and the purposes for which monies were expended to be published at the close of in some newspaper of general circulation within the school district." school district monies are categorized. Technically. the term ,expenditures" does not apply to Proprietary Fund types (i.e.. Enterprise Funcl and Internal Fund); nor do "revenues" and .... apply to Agency Funds (i.e.. the Pupil Activity Fund). For purposes of this report, however, all sources and uses may be included within the categories listed. format - the school district is free to produce its own reporting form. Thls page does not need to be completed and filed with the Annual Dlstdct Report.