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Page 14 - Thursday, August 19, 2004 It's the lease I can do : /7 Dennis Tebeau, proprietor of the Keyhole Marina, has worked the retail counter, filled boat's gas tanks, and rented motel rooms Final CCHA playday in Moorcroft this weekend The Crook County Horsemen's Association's fi- nal playday will be Sunday, Au- gust 22 in Moorcroft. Entries open at 11:00 a.m. and will close at 12:15 p.m. Parents must sign waivers for their own children and no late en- tries will be accepted. Due to the lack of help and equipment, CCHA will not be having a pot- luck this year, but the awards and buckles ceremony will fol- low the playday as usual. If you would like to pre-register for the ptayday, please call Kathy at 283-2838 to receive a form/ waiver. ~~ STARTING FRIDAY 7:15 & 9:00 4:30 7;15 & 9:00 "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" and campsites since 1994. After ten years, he still likes what he does well enough to want to do it for a few more years--twenty to be exact. That is, if he can win the bid. According to Tebeau, his lease is up for renewal with the United States Department of the Interior/Bureau of Reclamation in ating his own business. "It used to have an automatic renewal, but they took that away about eight or nine years ago," said Tebeau. "If I get the lease back, I will continue to operate. If not, the new guy buys me out and I go on my merTy way." Keyhole Reservoir is the first approximately one and a half Bureau of Reclamation reservoir years. When it does, Dennis vdll to have its twenty xear marina have to be the wSnning bidder to lease come up for renewal since retain the right to continue oper- the program changed within the Wyoming State Parks and Histori- cal-~.tes. Tebeau reports how talks g~.arrounding the new pro- posal would still resemble a twenty year lease, but in four five- year increments to allow for re- view and revocation if the situa- tion required. "The original lease was 20 years. Ever?" five years they inspected and reviewed, but it was usually no big deal. Now it ~ill be." Tebeau indicated the plan was a trial deal and other issues keep popping up, such as appraising the business to determine what the new owners would have to pay if he doesn't get the bid. Other components to awarding a bid ~ill involve assigning points to each bidder. Dennis will get extra points for his ten ",'ears owning and operating the marina and ex- tra points for not having any is- sues during his o~nership. "Guys coming in [to bid] x~-ill not have this advantage," he said. One area that is closely moni- tored is the trailer park Tebeau owns adjacent to the marina com- plex. "We meet all the state re- quirements now," said Dennis. "Between the Feds and me, we want it to look good. I don't want to lose my trailers. We need 15 feet clearance ',between each trailer', for fire access. Some trail- ers need painted and their skirt- ing cleaned up. We need to be on top of this within the next year so we don't have issues. No use creating problems ~th the Feds." For now, his future ownership of the marina is still a myste~', yet Tebeau remains optimistic. He plans to work ~Sth Keyhole Park superintendent Ron Siefert and coordinating Cheyenne agent, Julie Huntley, as the clock ~inds down toward implementation of the new marina lease program. The Sundance Thank you to Neiman Timber for purchasing my 2004 Reserve Champion Market Beef at the Crook County Fair. Your continued support of the Crook County Fair is very much appreciated. 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