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- Thut~lay, August 19, 2004 "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance Times Natural Resource Tour on 13. Motion Carried. Maynard requested for J & S Inc. to have Main Street be- 2~ and 3~ Streets be blocked Rally Wednesday. Brooks Peterson seconded, to allow street to be blocked. Carded. Furman Kiplinger re- that Jalme Adams is doing a for Bid scouts. She was think- | about placing a couple of benches the pathway. Discussion was Brooks moved, Durfee sec- to have Kiplinger work with to place benches along the in places that are out of the flood and have them anchored down they won't get vandalized. Motion Mayor wondered if the Council like to reconsider the City mak- !a contribution to the WAM building as he has been getting lobbied on the advantages of the and the City is in a small of noncontributors. This do- would be equal to the mem- dues that the City pays which be $1,304.00. Following dis- Brooks moved, Peterson that the City contribute the to the WAM building fund. Member Roberts abstained. Carried. moved, Peterson seconded, )Save the next Council meeting on September 7 rather than September 6, due to Labor Motion Carried. Reed and Mary Cirks will be from the Sundance Hous- Board of Directors. Three were to the Coun- .= on the board. Dis- was held. Brooks moved, seconded, to appoint Tom to the board. Motion Carried. other two names that were pre- out of the City limits to move out of the City limits. other appointment was tabled so as to find out , halve to live within the City limits appointed to the Guard. was held on placing crosswalk waming signs at dif- crosswalks in town. Brooks Durfee seconded, to pur- nine pedestrian crosswalk signs. Motion Carded. They be placed in the middle of Cleve- Street and on the curbs at the Fifth Street, cost is $200.00 EMS has volunteered X~chase one sign. The Mayor will these signs on a state high- from Doug Carter that he did not want a street on the comer of East Hill and Abby Lane because there one about 150 feet away at Trailer Park. Roberts moved, seconded, to have the other placed at Cleveland and Abby as previously planned. Motion of a previous accident Higbee's Cafd did not prove t a City employee caused it, but it show that a City employee likely it. Following discussion, Rob- moved, Peterson seconded, to Steve Hilty half of the disputed and to get a signed release him. Motion Carried. hearing for the Highway has been chenged to September 7, 2004 at 7:00 in the City Hall Chambers. An annexation ordinance will be prepared by the City Attorney meeting. Roberts eeconded, to a vanance for Barb Haar's shed ~ it is turned 90 so no part of me build~ will in the street. Mofion Car- This was the recommendation Parn Shellard dba Whatever It missed the deadline for get- a permit for Rally Following discussion, moved, Brooks seconded, City a~w the Sheaards to get a Motion Carried. read a letter from Ralph of Baadodge Ltd., Inc. At Goodson was represent- Surmn~ Systems and request City of Sundance to provide water and sewer services to manufacturing facility. is needed in order to with a Wyoming Economic ~rant ~, which Goodson ~ not ba conflict of interest here because Systems and the City omy be needing technical ed- The water end sewer lines would regulations and would have to be ap- proved by them. Discussion was held. Brooks moved, Roberts sec- onded, to approve the water and sewer line extensions requested by Sundance Systems and give the Mayor the approval to sign the appli- cation for permit to construct. Motion Carried. Sundance Systems will fol- low the usual guidelines when some- one outside the City limits requests services including signing a pre-an- nexation agreement and a water and service agreement. The Mayor read correspondence from Tops Chapter #309 who is spon- soring a =Walk for Health" on August 21.. Brooks moved, Durfee seconded, to allow Tracy Lewis to amend his Malt Beverage Permit for Rally Wednes- day to move the dispensing room from in front of the Dime Horseshoe Bar to the alley by the Dime Horse- shoe Bar. Motion Carried. Council Member Roberts thinks the City has broken the law because of the arrangements made with the Green Mountain Water District accord- ing to Wyoming Statute 15-7-602 which says the water system may be extended and maintained beyond the corporate limits only if it is economi- cally feasible in the opinion of the gov- eming body. Roberts stated he did not know the City was spending money at Green Mountain Water Dis- trict until he read it in the paper. As the Mayor remembered it there had been several discussions about the project and the Council agreed to the pro- cess where the Green Mountain Wa- ter District would pay for the exten- sions down their two streets and re- alizing they could not pay for the cost of everything, the City would pay for the fire hydrants and the taps. A work session was held with the Green Mountain Water District residents to reaffirm the original ideas in regard to the proposed new water line. Coun- cil Member Roberts was not at this session. A lengthy discussion was held. City Attorney Hughes did not feel the law was violated, but the amount of money being expended might not have been clear. At the end of the dis- cussion, the Mayor said he appreci- ated the discussion and hoped that the City can go forward with the project as planned. Reports were given. Chief Fritz had left as he was called out on a case. Maintenance Foreman Kiplinger re- ported there has been some prob- lems with the heater at the swimming pool. It had caught fire twice this month. It is ~ to be turned in on insurance. Kiplinger also had an in- quiry from Seven J Outfitters about the possibility of getting a dumpster as they will be moving approximately three miles out of town and do gener- ate a large amount of garbage. There are also two residents that live ahead of where Seven J will be. Following discussion, Brooks moved, Roberts seconded, to allow Kiplinger to enter into negotiations with the Smiths, owners of Seven J., to place a dumpster and also see about the other two residents. Motion Carded. Back to the previous discussion, the Mayor read a paragraph from the Au- gust 4, 2003 minutes stating the Mayor also reported that Green Mountain Water District has enough money to put in a water line along two streets, as was discussed at the June 2, 2003 Council meeting. The Council agreed to pay for the fire hydrants that would be needed and to make taps to the existing lines. A Pre-annexation Agreement and a Water Supply Agree- ment would need to be signed before the lines are built. City Engineer Goodson reported the Highway 585 Water Project is running a little behind. They are also dealing with a change order to bore the ap- proaches along the highway. Council comments were heard. The following building permits were approved by the Land Use Planning Commission: Clint Marshall - Fence, Jim O'Connor- Deck, Concrete Driveway, and Sidewalk. A mobile home permit was approved for the Crook County Fair Board. A sign per- mit was approved for the Wild West Video. Brooks moved, Peterson seconded, to approve the Paid Invoice Report for July, the Unpaid Invoice Report for August, and the July Adjuslment Re- port. Motion Carried. The meeting was adjourned at 10:15 PM (SEAL) Mayor James A. Miller ATTEST." Clerk-Treasurer Lila L. Butts Publish: August 19, 2004 III Ltd., Inc. ; Hills Chemical & Janitor crrYOF~WVOmNG VOUCHER Lib~ FOR JULY, 2004 Life Insurance Life Insurance 72.00 Utility Deposit Refund 34.40 Police Telephone 69.27 Pool Supplies & Street Repairs 154.47 Retainer, Testing, & Water Capital imp' 23635.10 Chemicals 55.98 Blue Cross Blue Shield Health Insurance 7707.25 Caselle Computer Support 1408.00 Cellular One Telephone 163.05 City Clerk Treasurer Petty Cash 105.28 Colonial Life Salaries 20.00 Crook County Sheriffs Office Dispatching 1000.00 Deckers DARE Supplies 5.74 Delbert Shoun Pool System Repairs 120.00 Department of Revenue Sales Tax 4.60 Dillon Hardware Recreation Arts & Crafts 1043.68 Division of Criminal InvestigationDCI Enforcement Grant Match 1100.00 Energy Laboratories, Inc. Testing 840.00 Gill Oil Co., Inc. Daycare Utilities 153.90 Hawkins Water Treatment Chlorine Supplies & Equipment 5.00 Hillside Pharmacy Supplies 51.67 Jan W. Denzin Pool Systam Repairs 25.00 Karen's Delivery 2 Water Supplies 9.00 Legislative Service Office Sesson Laws 35.00 Leslie's Amoco Gas, Diesel Fuel, & Police Vehicle Ma 1175.59 Local Guy. Liability Pool Insurance 5346.00 M & M Sanitation Toilet Rental 150.00 Mark L Hughes Law Office City Attorney Retainer 1100.00 Norma Peterson Travel & Training 386.63 Northwest Pipe Fittings, Inc. Water Supplies 492.84 Orchard Trust Company Deferred Cutup. 800.00 Payroll Salaries 36977.47 Pete Lien & Sons, Inc. Pool System Repairs 56.39 Pickerds Greenhouse Flowers for Flower Beds 80.00 Powder River Energy Electricity 3629.57 Powder River Energy Corp. Electricity 1294.98 Range Telephone Telephone 577.31 RDO Equipment Company Landfill Equipment & Maintenance 100.00 Recreation Supply Company Pool System Repairs 167.70 Recreonics, Inc. Pool Supplies 1070.26 Robert's Machine & Repair Landfill Equipment & Maintenance 240.00 Safeco Life Insurance Company Long Term Disability Insurance 215.14 Security Insurance Agency, Inc. Insurance 10340.00 Servall Unitorm/Linen Co Janitor 77.69 Sportime Recreation Sports Equipment 837.38 Sundance Equipment Company Landfill Equipment & Maintenance 408.88 Sundance Office Supply Office Supplies 42.81 Sundance State Bank Payment on Pickup, Car, & Ambulanc 2653.93 Sundance State Bank FICA & WITHHOLDING 10857.36 Terry's Auto Pool Repairs & Landfill Equip. & Main. 103.29 The StayWell Company Pool Supplies 41.44 The Sundance Times Advertising 1222.50 Top Office Products, Inc. Charge on Copy Machine & Supplies 267,50 Tracy Motor Company Landfill Equipment & Maintenance 196.26 U. S. Postal Service Bulk Mailing 126.81 U. S. Postal Service Bulk Mailing 126.79 Universal Athletic Service Summer Recreation 351.75 Van Diest Supply Company Street Supplies 360.40 Visa Travel & Training 144.24 Visionary Communications Computer Support 40.00 Welchie Paterson Training Supplies 28.00 Whispering Pines Janitorial 86.00 WY Stationery Administration, Pool, & Landfill Supplle 61.23 WYDOT-Accounting Branch Street System Repairs 543.93 Wyoming Assn. of M~ Administration Supplies 45.00 Wyoming Retirement System Retirement 4401.55 Wyoming Worker's Compensation Division Workers Compensation 2108.47 Ziegler Building Center, Inc. Pool System Repairs 914.04 1211065.52 All bills were paid in full to the claimants: Publish: August 19, 2004 : jJ ALLOW I[,00]Pi~.ATE WAteR- Circuit Court CRAFTGlatt, sD,UNDERAGE'--Scott$60. , F F&L~E LOG BOOKmDavid L SPEEDING--Glen E Hurd Jr, ocom, SD, $160. Cheyenne, 85/65, $ I00; Pedro O FAILURB TO STOP AT PO~-- Soriano, CO, 86/75, $I00; Ronda Mustafa Musinovic, MI, $1 I0. R Pierce, NJ, 85/75, $95; Wendy TWO RODS t}R POLES--Hugo J Fosheim, Sundance, 82/65, $81; Nicholas Necula, NY, 76/65, $63; Jonathan A Fiskum, ID, 88/ 75, $120; Raymond O Crawford, 87/75, $1 I0; Earl H Bodner, MT, 85/75, $95; David H Yook, 89/75, $200; Eric D Smith, OK, 84/75, $90; Barbara E Kelley, WI, 84/75, Hernandez Lopez, Gillette, $60. SPEED TOO FAST FOR CON- DITIONS and DRIVER SEAT BELT REQUIRED--Kelley Kristen Aline, Hulett, $55. PROPERTY DImTRUCTION/ DEFACE UNDER BBO0~Kyle James Jewell, Sundance, $330, $90; Ronald N Ydump, MO, 881 restitution of $904.85 due 75, $120; Jerry A Cissell, KY, 80/ through court to Jill Mackey, 60 65, $75; Rachel Sell, Sundance, days jail/53 days suspended/1 79/65, $72; James F Thompson, day credited, unsupervised pro- MD, 94/75, $310; Jonathan Z bation through 2/05/2005. Lead Russo, NY, 83/75, $85; law abiding life. No'alcohol or Alexander J Nikifort~k, BC, 96/75, controlled substance. Cannot be $200; Peter M Schmitt, Wl, 81/ where alcohol is sold. No contact 65, $78; Jesse Michael Johnson, with John Mackey, Jill Mackey, 87/75, $110; James E Zellon, IL, Frances Mackey, Victoria Smith, 84/75, $90; Courtney Ann Fey, Katrina Smith, Shun McDonald, CO, 74/65, $57; Tammy L Michelle Peterson, Bobby Bierwagen, WA, 84/75, $90;Rich- Littlefield, Ashley Tobar, Zach ard Rain, WA, 96175, $210; Ben- jamin R Voile, NC, 86/75, $I00; Debra Elaine Black, 85/75, $95; Diana L King, NY, 90/75, $200; Jessica M Kilgore, WA, 85/75, $95; Joyice Ann Chase, ND, 87/ 75, $I I0; Jacob N Burggraff, Gillette, 52/30 (urbanL $148; John R Isbell, TX, 88/75, $120; Jay M Berk, IN, 81/65, $78; Jo- seph A Holzmer, MN, 78165, $69; Danny L Prue Sr, SD, 85/75, $95. FIRST FAILURE - AUTO IN- 8URANCE--Benjamin R Valle, NC, $410. MINOR IN POSS~BSIO]| OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGr~--Chris J Mitttleider, Gillette, $250, 7 days jail/7 days suspended, un- supervised probation through 2/ 10/2005. Lead law abiding life. No Strong. Not operate motor vehicle without valid driver's license, in- surance and l;egistration in im- mediate possession. Not know- ingly be in the company of any- one violating alcohol or controlled substance law. Submit to imme- diate testing of blood, breath or urine upon probable cause of any peace officer. Reside with par- ents, Jim and Laura Newell, at 401 N West St, Sundance. Abide by all rules of household. Keep the court informed of current ad- dresses and phone number and notify the court of any changes within five days. Seek employ- ment, be employed by August 13, 2004, notify the court of who em- ployer is and notify the court of any changes within five days. Be alcohol or controlled substance, on House Arrest. Shall only be Cannot be where alcohol is sold. allowed to be out of house 30 Obtain alcohol/substance/anger minutes prior to going to work and shall be home no later than abuse evaluation with proof to the court by August 3 I, 2004 and 30 minutes after getting off work. follow recommendations. Not Pay total f'mancial obligation of knowingly be in the company of $1234.85 through payment plan anyone violating alcohol or con- to be set up by defendant and trolled substance law. Submit to copy provided to court with pay- immediate testing of blood, ment in full by end of probation. breath or urine upon probable DI~NrEUI1BIR~CIOlr cause of any peace officer. Keep ALCOHOL---Hugh A Watson, the court informed of current ad- Sundance, $440, 30 days jail/28 dresses and phone numbers and days suspended/2 days ci, edited, notify the court of any changes unsupervised probation through within five days. Not be upon the 08109/2005. Lesdlawabidinglife. premises of Keyhole State Park No alcohol or controlled sub- for period of probation, stance. Cannot be where alcohol BANITATIONnChris j is sold. No alcohol, assault or Mittleider, Gillette, $80. controlled substance violations of SINGLE AXLE - wJ, X LOt.D-- law. Not operate motor vehicle P~',~t t] T~r.,owaski, IA, $105. without valid driver's license, in- surance and registration in im- mediate possession. Obtain al- cohol/ substance/anger abuse evaluation with proof to the court by September 20, 2004 and fol- low recommendations. Submit to immediate testing of blood, breath or urine upon probable cause of any peace officer. Keep the court informed of current ad- dresses and phone number and notify the court of any changes within five days. Remain em- ployed and notify the court of any changes within five days. Pay to- tal financial obligation on August 9, 2004. DRIVE UNDER INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL and FIRST FAILURE - AUTO INSURANCE--Ronnie Dowean Ulmer,Moorcroft, $750, 30 days jail/27 days suspended/ 3 days credited, unsupervised probation througi~ 08/09/2005. Lead law abiding life. No alcohol or controlled substance. Cannot be where alcohol is sold. No al- cohol, assault or controlled sub- stance violations of law. Not op- erate motor vehicle without valid driver's license, insurance and registration in immediate pos- session. Obtain alcohol/sub- stance/anger abuse evaluation with proof to the court by Sep- tember 27, 2004 and follow rec- ommendations. Subm|t to imme- diate testing of blood, breath or urine upon probable cause of any peace officer. Keep the court in- formed of current addresses and phone number and notify the court of any changes within five days. Remain employed and no- tify the court of any changes within five days. Reimburse Crook County Detention Center for costs of incarceration at rate of $30 per day for a total of $90. LrI'rERING--Mark W Vanstrate Jr, Gillette, $180; Ronald Jay Marshall, ~ette, $180. MINOR IN POSSESSION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGI~-- Ronald Jay Marshall, Gillette, $280, 7 days jail/7 days sus- pended, unsupervised probation through 02/09/2005. Lead law abiding life. No alcohol or con- trolled substance until 12/15/ 2004. Cannot be where alcohol is sold. Obtain alcohol/substance/ anger abuse evaluation with proof to the court by September 20, 2004 and follow recommendations. Not knowingly be in the company of anyone violating alcohol or con- trolled substance law. Submit to '~hiediate testing of blood, breath ~tm-ine upon probable cause of any peace officer. Keep the court informed of current addresses and phone number and notify the court of any changes within five days. Remain employed and no- tify the court of any changes within five days. Remain employed and notify the court of any changes within five days. Not be upon the premises of Keyhole State Park for period of probation. FRAUD BY CHECK UNDER 8500 and FRAUD BY CHECK UNDER $~d)O--Cralg Thompson, Gillette, $590, restitution of $50 due through court to Dewey's Place, restitution of $157.50 due through court to Crook County Friends of NRA, 20 days jail/19 days suspended/1 day credited, unsupervised probation through 07/27/2005. Lead law abiding life. Keep the court informed of cur- rent addresses and phone num- ber and notify the court of any changes within five days. Not op- erate or use a checking account either jointly or in Defendant's name. Pay restitutio of $207.50 to Dewey's Place and Crook County Friends of NRA. DR/VING WHILE LICENSE RE- VOKED, E?C.--Derek Lee Ear- nest, Gillette, $410; Garlan D M~nell, OK, $410. BREACH OF PEACE--Larry Lond, TX, $410. OVBRLOAD MOTOR BOAT=- Kevin J Konda, Gillette, $60. SPEED TOO 1fAST POR CONDI- TION&--Jason Allen Kipp, Sun- dance, $50. gXTRADITION - COMPLAINT WITH WARRANT--Jesse James Krueger, WI, extradited 08/05/ 2004. Lead law abiding life. No alcohol or controlled sub- stance. Cannot be where alcohol is sold. No alcohol, assault or controlled substance violations of law. Not operate motor vehicle with- out valid driver's license, insur- ance and registration in immedi- ate possession. Obtain alcohol/substance / an- ger abuse evaluation with proof to the court by September 20, 2004 and follow recommendations. Submit to immediate testing of blood, breath or urine upon prob- able cause of any peace officer. Keep the court informed of cur- rent addresses and phone num- ber and notify the court of any changes within five days. Remain employed and notify the court of any changes within five days. Not knowingly be in the company of anyone violating alcohol or con- trolled substance law. Sheriff Dispatch Blotter AUGUST 9---Two paper services. Three traffic stops. VIN check. Safety inspection done on ATV. Assisted Campbell County in at- tempt to locate. Inmate transport done. Gas drive off. Finger print- ing. Suspicious vehicle report, was someone looking for a cellular sig- . nal. Disturbance reported at a campground, the call was can- celled as the party broke up. Moor- croft Fire responded to a natural gas leak. AUGUST lO--Paper service. Ten traffic stops. Three VIN checks. Traffic complaint. Traveler's aide. Gas drive off. Prisoner transport. Theft report taken. Disturbance at a business. Animal complaint. Do- mestic violence repotted, investi- gation done. Motorcycle accident. Assisted Sundance Police with runaway from another state. As- sisted Hulett Police on a traffic stop. Assisted Wyoming Hwy Pa- trol with REDDI report. Sundance Fire and Ambulance responded to the hospital, they smelled smoke, nothing found. Hulett Ambulance did transfer to Spearfish Hosl~i- tal. Hulett Ambulance did trans- fer to Sundance Hospital. Sun- dance Ambulance did patient transfer to Spearfish Hospital. Sundance Ambulance did patient transfer to Spearfish Hospital. Sundance Ambulance and fire re- sponded to motorcycle accident, patient taken to Spearfish Hospi- tad. AUGUST 1 l~Eighteen traffic stops. Courtesy ride. Welfare check. Two motorist assists. Ar- rest made for DWUI. Assisted Sun- dance Police on assault call. As- sisted Wyoming Hwy Patrol on an accident. Assisted Wyoming Hwy Patrol on a motorcycle accident. Hulett/Rocky Mountain Ambu- lance and Hulett Fire responded to a motorcycle accident, patient taken to Spearfish Hospital. Hulett Ambulance was requested for a motorcycle accident, was unable to locate. Sundance Am- bulance and Fire responded to a domestic fight, patient taken to Sundance Hospital. Sundance Ambulance and Fire responded to two motorcycle accidents on Hwy 14 in the same general area, one accident was no injuries, the other accident's patients were taken to Sundance Hospital. Moorcroft Ambulance responded to a residence, patient taken to Gillette Hospital. Sundance Fire responded to a fn'e, they were can- celled, hay bale, on fire and was under control by landowner. AUGUST l=--Two paper ser- vices. Nine traffic stops. VIN check. Motorist assist. Canine sniff. Assisted Wyoming HWY Pa- trol on a traffic stop. Assisted Wyoming Hwy Patrol on an acci- dent. Assisted Wyoming Hwy Pa- trol on a motorcycle accident. Ac- cident on private road, report done. Stolen license plate re- ported. Hulett Ambulance and Fire responded to motorcycle accident, one patient lifeflighted, one pa- tient transferred to Sundance Hospital. Hulett/Rocky Mountain Ambulance responded to a motor- cycle accident, patient taken to Spearfish Hospital. Moorcroft Fire responded to a vehicle fire. AUGUST 13~Paper service. Eleven traffic stops. VIN check. Two animal complaints. Prisoner transport. Missing person report taken. Moorcroft Fire responded to a fire along the r~d tracks. Hulett/Rocky Mountain Ambu- lance responded to Devils Tower, patient involved in a vehicle acci- dent, patient taken to Sundance Hospital. Moorcrofl Ambulance did transfer to Gillette from the clinic. AUGUST 14--Three paper ser- vices. Nine traffic stops. Traffic complaint. Three motorist assists. REDDI report. Book in. Assisted Wyoming Hwy Patrol on report of a speeding car, deputy was unable to locate. Sundance Fire and Am- bulance responded to a carbon monoxide alarm going offat a resi- dence, no patient transport, car- bun monoxide levels were in the normal range. Sundance Ambulance did trans- fer to Gillette. Sundance Ambu- lance did transfer to Ft. Meade. Sundance Ambulance responded to a business, ~ with head in- jury, patient taken to Sundance Hospital. ACQgTt lB.-Paper service. Five traffic stops. Motorist assist. Wel- fare check. Book in. Assisted Wyo- ming Hwy Patrol on an accident. Assisted Wyoming Hwy Patrol on a motorcycle accident. Sundance Ambulance responded to a one vehicle rollover on 1-90, patient taken to Sundance Hospital. S~n- dance Ambulance did transfer to Rapid City. Moorcroft Ambulance respanded to a residence, Patient taken to Gillette Hospital. Sun- dance Ambulance and Fire re- sponded to a car vs. cow accident, patient was taken to Sundance H~pital. Sundance Ambulance did transfer to ~ City.