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,I Page 9 The Sundance Times @ December 13, 201" e The Public Notices section of this newspaper is your source for nances, bids, foreclosures, abandoned vehicle sales and many other legal es on your local government meetings, proposed ordi- matters of which you need to be informed. A. Whalen and County Clerk Connie D. Tschetter. possession of the mortgaged auction by the Sheriff to the highest Dennis McGirr, Member, Crook County Land Use Planning and Zoning Commission (CCLUP&ZC), gave a premises at least ten days prior bidder, for cash, at 10:00 a.m. on monthly report. Tim Lyons, Growth and Development Administrator, gave a monthly report and a subdivision to the commencement of this January 7, 2013, at the front steps of and deed report. Also present were Joe Baron, County Attorney, Linda Tokarczyk, Rare Element Resources, publication. The property being the Crook County Courthouse, 309 Angela Wetz, Michael Wheeler and Megan Chapman, National Park Service, Elizabeth Krueger, USDA Forest foreclosed upon may be subject to Cleveland, Sundance, Wyoming Service, Wayne Garman, Supervisor and Sarah Anderson, Office Manager, Crook County Natural Resource otherliens and encumbrances that 82729. The sale will take place only Distdct (CCNRD}, Cindy Larom, Bureau of Reclamation (perconference call), Brian Sebade, NE Area Range and will not be extinguished of the sole if a representative of the Wyoming Natural Resources Extension Educator, Bob Gilbert, Crook County Weed and Pest, Lance Marshall, Jeff Smith, and any prospective purchaser Community Development Morgan Ellsbury, Road and Bridge Foreman and Jeff Moore, Coates Field Service with ONEOK. The following should research the status of title Authority, or its agent, is present. people gave an update on items of interest within their departments: Cindy Larom, Bureau of Reclamation; before submitting the bid. Elizabeth Krueger, USDA Forest Service; Bob Gilbert, Crook County Weed and Pest; Angela Wetz, National Wyoming Community Park Service; Brian Sebade, NE Area Range and Natural Resources Extension Educator; Linda Tokarczyk, Rare Therefore, said mortgage will be Development Authority Element Resources; Jeff Moore, Coates Field Service with ONEOK and Wayne Garman, Supervisor and Sarah foreclosed by sale of the real By: Thomas A. Valdez Anderson, Office Manager, CCNRD. property described as: Chapman Valdez Law Office 125 West 2nd Street Wayne Garman, Member, Crook County Fair Board and Linda Schelldort, County Fair Coordinator/Secretary, LOT 11 OF BLOCK 6 IN THE P.O. Box 2710 gave a monthly report. Also present was Teresa Fordyce. FOURTH ADDITION TO THE TOWN Casper, WY 82602 OF MOORCROFT, CROOK Kelly moved to send a comment letter to WYDOT on the Rupe Hill Environmental Assessment. Jeanne COUNTY, WYOMING. Publish: November 22, 29, seconded, all ayes, motion carried. December 6 and 13, 2012 Becky Tinsley, Public Health Nurse Manager, gave an update and introduced Randy Bury, the new Public Health Response Coordinator (PHRC}. Also present were Gari Gill, County Fire Warden and Jim Pridgeon, Homeland Security County Coordinator. Joe Baron, County Attorney, Pam McMahon, Court Reporter, Bill Kunerth, Willie Kunerth, Jim Osloond, Jay Tope, Wilma Tope, Max Main, Attorney and Wayne Wilson, Attorney were present for the public hearing in the matter of the Application for Establishment of Private Road by Jay H. Tope and Wilma J. Tope, husband and wife, Mildred Tope, individually and as Trustee of the Robert Tope Revocable Trust dated December 18, 1996 and of the Mildred Tope Revocable Trust dated December 18, 1996, to be known as Private Road No. 279, to determine whether or not the Application complies with W.S. 24-9-101 (a), whether or not Temporary Access should be granted to the Applicant, the amount of bond to cover the costs of the Application for a Private Road and the scheduling of future hearings will be discussed and set. The public hearing was opened at 3:33 o'clock p.m. and Chairman Hadley appointed Joe Baron, County Attorney as the Hearing Officer. Introductions were made. Gary Dungey was not present. Osloond Exhibit No. 1 was presented and accepted. The Parties agreed that the application complies with WY ST 24-9-101 (a). The Parties agreed that the Commissioners did not need to Order Temporary Access at this time. The Applicants will post Bond in the amount of $5,000.00 to cover the costs of the Application for the Private Road. The Parties determined that the Hearing to determine whether or not the Applicant's property has legal access will be set for March 5, 2013 at 2:00 o'clock p.m. No objections were received for Joe Baron, County Attorney, to be the Hearing Officer in this matter. The hearing was closed at 4:20 o'clock p.m. Jeanne moved to give Chairman Hadley the authority to sign the Order Upon the Private Road No. 279 that will be prepared by the Hearing Officer. Kelly seconded, all ayes, motion carried. The meeting adjourned at 4:25 o'clock p.m. to meet in regular session on January 2 and 3, 2013 at 8:00 o'clock a.m., in the Commissioner's Room at the Courthouse in Sundance, Wyoming. James W. Hadley, Chairman Kelly B. Dennis, Vice-Chairman Jeanne A. Whalen, Member Attested: Connie D. Tschetter, County Clerk Publish: December 13, 2012 WEED & PEST DIRECTOR NOMINATIONS Notice of Acceptlng Nomlnatlon for Dlrectors of Crook County Weed and Pest Control Dlstrlct BID NOTICE BID ANNOUNCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENT OF BID OPPORTUNITY which has the address of 317 North Cheyenne Avenue, Moorcroft, Wyoming 82721, to be sold by public CITY VOUCHERS CITY OF SUNDANCE, WYOMING VOUCHER LIST FOR NOVEMBER 2012 2nd Amendment Guns & Ammo Public Safety-Equipment $315.00 878-NCPERS Group Life Insurance Life Insurance 144.00 Administrative ProfessionalAdmin-Records Update Management 195.50 AT & T Telephone 320.49 Blue Cross Blue Shield of Wyoming Health Insurance 7,726.60 Calkin, Patrick J. Fire-Equipment Maintenance $342.00 Caprica Investments, LLC Public Safety-Vehicle Maintenance $75.00 Caselle, Inc. Computer Support 810.00 City Clerk/Treasurer Admin-Petty Cash Reimbursement 90.00 Collins Communications Inc. Admin-Telephone & Internet 502.00 Collins Communications Inc. Telephone & Internet 78.28 Country Cottage Admin-Misc. Expense 54.00 Crawford, Warren DVM Public Safety - Animal Control 305.00 Creative Product Sourcing, Inc.-DARE Croell Redi-Mix Inc Crook County Museum Foundation Crook County Sheriff's Office Dacar, Levi EFTPS Energy Laboratories Etta's Place Family Cut Hut Public Safety-DARE 524.12 Streets,Storm/Sewer 2,684.50 Miscellaneous Expense 599.00 Public Safety Dispatch 1,000.00 Utility Deposit Fund 20. 18 Fica, Federal Withholding 10,324.32 Water-Testing 780.00 Admin. Econ. Development $283.50 Utility Deposit Fund 27.59 CITY MINUTES CITY OF SUNDANCE December 5, 2012 The Town Council met this day in regular session at 7:00 p.m. with Mayor Paul Brooks and Council Members April Gill, Ken Denzin, Hugh Palmer and Sheryl Klocker attending. COUNCIL MEMBER PALMER MOVED, COUNCIL MEMBER DENZIN SECONDED a motion to approve the Consent Agenda. All ayes, MOTION CARRIED. Approve Minutes of the City Council Regular Meeting of November 6, 2012 as published. Approve Minutes of the City Council Special Meetings of October 30, 2012 as published. Approve Treasurer's Report with a general account balance of $252,710.63, a utilit deposit fund account balance of $36,688.00 and a $108.79 transfer into the general account from the utility deposit fund account for the amount applied to utility bills and interest. Approve the November Adjustment Report. Approve the November Paid Invoice Report. Approve the December Unpaid Invoice Report. Upcoming Meetings-Northeast Wyoming Municipal Leaders to be held at the Gillette City Hall on December 8, 2012. Mayor Brooks indicated that he and Clerk-Treasurer Kathy Lenz will be traveling to Laramie to speak to the Wyoming Business Council on the Croell project on December 6, 2012. City Engineer Karla Greaser with Trihydro Corporation gave a report via audio on the Well 6 Chlorinator Building. Dan Mummert with Trihydro Corporation also gave his report on the Cole Tank project, Transfer Station and the Level I-Water Master Plan. Clerk-Treasurer Kathy Lenz reported Fastenal Company Shop Supplies 69.08 there were three change orders The Sundance United Methodtst Pursuant to the Wyoming Weed and Pest Control Act of 1973 (W.S. 11- ~ ..... " ...... ' Flexshare Benefits Cafeteria and Flex Fees 251.70 which needed to be approved L.nurcn ts seeking seatea omas ror 5-101 through 11-5-303), notice is hereby given to solicit nominations for ..... Hawkins Water Treatment Chlorine-Supplies for Trihydro. Change Order #i rne root replacement for the main appointments to Crook County Weed and Pest District. A district board .......... & Education 5.00 to extend completion date on cnurcn Du,alng ana rne parsonage member must be a qualified elector (registered voter and bonafide ........... Hillside Pharmacy Office, Janitor, Public Safety Sundance Well #6 to May 1st born tocaTea at 3r and Ryan sTreeTs resident) of the board member area he/she is to represent, but he/ .... & Shop Supp. 11.05 and Change Order #1 to Extend in bunaance wyoming ........ she is not required to be a landowner. Appointments shall be made in , . , Hughes, Mark Admin. -City A!torney, Completion Date to September 1, accordance With Wi&- k] Si:; 0 .ttc e;f ttb ,'ii @a mn i ' t: rnpldt , bid Ret0i e ' '' i-'i L J. 1,900.002013 on 'Cole' Water Storag ' - ~ , , - .,. " Int:efiOfiOnal Institute ofAdministrationJ~'-'~ ;"" ' Tank a'r/cl ,Ch~d~e~'O~der #1 tb ............... ' : ..... ........ av0qlabletopotenttdl[5 ddersatthe :Mu c pal Clerks Ass i io DuesL 145.00extend completion date toAanuary ................ cnurcn OTnCe iOCaTea aoWnsrairs J&D Precast, Inc. Indusfi:idl Road Culvert 490.00 11, 2013 on the investigation af One (1) - Area 3 Director ..... L ........ 4 Year Term in the church building. Pastor Ken Klocker, Sheryl Mayor & Council Travel and the Sundance Landfill. COUNCIL Ballard will dispense bid packages One (t) - Area 4 Director ................. 4 Year Term to interested contractors. Any Law Enforcement Systems, Inc. Appointments to be made on the 2nd of January 2013, at 10:30 o'clock questions about any item should be Kirby Built Quafity Products a.m. directed to the Project Manager, Lenz, Kathy Steve Sisk, 307-896-4314 or 605-591- Prior to appointment, the nominee for Director shall submit a petition 9928. signed by at least ten (10) landowners, to the Office of Crook County Leo Riley & Co. Commissioners at least five (5) days before the date of the meeting. Plans of existing Church Building Leslie's Sinclair are available at the Church Office Petitions may be obtained from the Crook County Clerk, Box 37, for viewing. Matthew Bender & Co Sundance, WY, 82729, phone 283-1323. All petitions must be returned by Nationwide Environmental December 28, 2012 at 5:00 o'clock p.m. Sealed bids must be received in Services the church office by 12:00 PM on Northern Hills Recycling Center Dated this 4th day of December, 2012. Dec. 27, 2012. Any bids received Northwest Pipe Fittings, Inc Board of Crook County Commissioners after that time will be rejected. Bid evaluation and award will occur Orchard Trust Company Chairman James W. Hadley, Vice-Chairman Kelly B. Dennis and at 7:00 PM, Dec 28 at Sundance Payroll Member Jeanne A. Whalen. United Methodist Church by the Pete Lien & Sons Inc. Publish: December 13 and 20, 2012 Board of Trustees. Pioneer Products, Inc. CROOK COUNTY Chandra Pollat Powder River Energy Powder River Energy Powder River Energy Range Telephone Reis Environmental Schommer, Larry BOARD OF EQUALIZATION Tuesday, December 4, 2012 At 2:00 o'clock p.m. the Crook County Board of Equalization held a meeting for a public hearing to discuss and take action on Orders Dismissing Taxpayers Appeals as Untimely. Present were James W. Hadley, Chairman, Kelly B. Dennis, Vice-Chairman, Jeanne A. Whalen, Member and Connie D. Tschetter, County Clerk. Kelly moved to accept and sign Orders Upon Reversal by the State Board of Equalization on the following protests: Eileen C. Randell, Protest No. 2011-07, SBOE Docket No. 2011- 114 Doggett, Ruth, Estate Attn: Edward M DeBakey Lvg Trust, Protest No. 2011-08, SBOE Docket No. 2011-115 Sheila Tenke & Sherri Tongco, Protest No. 2011-09, SBOE Docket No. 2011-116 Dorothy Pringle, Protest No. 20t 1-10, SBOE Docket No. 2011- 117 Bowman, Henry H Trust Bowman, Philip H. & Barbara Ann Co- Trustees, Protest No. 2011-11, SBOE Docket No. 2011-118 William M. & Carol J. Cobum, Protest No. 2011-12, SBOE Docket No. 2011-119 Kevin B. Dale, Protest No. 2011- 13, SBOE 2011-120 Jeanne seconded, all ayes, motion carried. The meeting adjourned at 2:06 o'clock p.m. James W. Hadley, Chairman Kelly B. Dennis, Vice-Chairman Jeanne A. Whalen, Member Attest: Connie D. Tschetter, County Clerk Publish: November 29, December 6 and 13, 2012 FORECLOSURE NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Publish: December 13, 2012 Default having occurred and all prerequisites to foreclosure having been met, notice is hereby given that the mortgage given by NOTICE OF Brenda Schooler, a single person, mortgagor, in favor of Wells Fargo Bank N.A., mortgagee, dated April 26, 2006, recorded April 27, 2006, NOTICE OF COMPLETION AND in Book 443 of Photos, at Page FINAL PAYMENT FOR WORK AT 85, in the Office of the Clerk of KEYHOLE STATE PARK FOR THE STATE Crook County, Wyoming, given to OF WYOMING secure payment of a note in the original amount of One Hundred Under the provisions of Section Twenty Three Thousand Eight 9-678, Wyoming Compiled Statues Hundred Ninety Two Dollars and 1957, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 00/100 ($123,892.00). Said note State Parks, Historic Sites, and Trails and mortgage were assigned are advised the work is completed to the Wyoming Community on the Windcreek Road Project, at Development Authority by Keyhole State Park, Crook County, Assignment dated April 26, 2006, Wyoming, for the State of Wyoming, and recorded April 28, 2006, in the same being work performedBook 443 of Photos at Page 128, between Earth Work Solutions (WY), in the Office of the Clerk of Crook Contractor of Gillette, Wyoming, County, Wyoming.Thepastamount and State Parks, Historic Sites, and due as of November16, 2012 is Four Trails, and this Contractor is entitled Thousand Nine Hundred Fifty Eight to final settlement therefore. Dollars and 45/100 ($4,958.45), On the forty-first day after the first plus accruing interest, fees and publication of this notice, namely costs, and the amount due as of ~ga~ZC~y~, State Parks, Historic November 16, 2012 is One Hundred Sites, and Trails, will make final Ten Thousand Seven Hundred Four payment to the Contractor herein Dollars and 73/100 ($I 10,704.73), mentioned for the full amount due plus accruing interest, fees and him, and in the event that any costs. Said mortgage contains a claim is not filed with the said State power of sale which by reason Parks, Historic Sites, and Trails prior of default the owner of the Note to the said January 8, 2013, the and Mortgage declares to have same shall be waived, become operative and no suit or proceeding has been instituted at STATE OF WYOMING law to recover the debt secured State Parks, Historic Sites, and by the mortgage or any part Trails thereof, nor has any such suit or Dated: November27, 2012 proceeding been instituted and the same discontinued. Written Publish: November29, December 6 notice of intent to foreclose the and 13,2012 Mortgage by advertisement and sale has been served upon the record owner and the party in Corp 1 Corp 2 Corp 3 Secure Instant Payments, LLC Servall Uniform/Linen Company Slattery Enterprises, Inc Stutzman, Leann Sundance Dillon's Hardware Sundance Electric Sundance Office Supply Sundance State Bank Sundance State Bank Sundance State Bank Sundance Volunteer Fire Dept. Symetra Life Insurance Company The Sundance Times Terry's Auto & Diesel The Trophy Case Timberline Services Timberline Services Tongue River Cable TV Top Office Products Inc. Tracy Motor Company Trihydro Corp. USA Blue Book U.S. Postal Service VISA Water Development Commission Training 111.00 Public Safety-Supplies 93.00 Clarenbach Park 157.87 Admin. Travel & Training Landfill Train. 437134 Admin-Audit $5,500 Fuel and Diesel/Equip. Maint. 2,282.08 Admin-Law Library Updates 38.49 Sewer Supplies 584.48 Garbage-Recycling/Tonage 3557.40 Streets Storm Sewer, Water Supplies 3,832.86 Deferred Compensation 250.00 Salaries 36,096.46 Street-Systems Repairs 228.64 Fire-Supplies 679.59 Admin-Travel and Training 88.80 Electricity 1,579.48 Electricity 1,885.25 Electricity 4,098.41 Telephone 618.55 Sewer Misc. 146.00 Admin. Travel & Training Landfill Train. 526.14 Water-Sewer-Garbage/ Misc. Expense 34.95 Admin-Janitorial 147.73 Rally Day Toilets 235.00 Janitorial 460.00 Supplies 2,023.58 Sewer System Repairs 140.00 Office Supplies 64.05 Public Safety-Vehicle Purchase 687.42 Garbage-Recycling/ Tonage 700.00 Direct Deposit Fees 5.28 Supplies 127.18 Long Term Disability Insurance 340.93 Advertising 854.25 Ambulance-Equipment 1,821.00 Admin--Misc. Expense 11.50 Landfill Pit 16,824.00 Industrial Road Culvert 20,000.00 Administration-Housing Authority 53.00 Admin.- Copy Machine, Office Supplies 219.80 Landfill-Equip & Maint./Fire- Supplies/Streets-Supp. 875.85 Sewer Engineering & Planning 35,447.12 Shop Supplies 399.00 Bulk Mailing Utility Bills 278.48 Admin. Office Supplies, Landfill Transfer Station 1,294.44 Water-Cole Water Well Payment 16618.43 Wyoming Dept. of Workforce Services Parks-Unemployment 157.00 Wyoming DEQ Landfill State Landfill Closures 3834.84 Wyoming Peace Officer's Administration-Travel Association and Training 30.00 Wyoming Public Health Lab Water Testing 30.00 Wyoming Worker's CompensationWorker's Compensation 948.78 Wyoming Retirement System Employee Retirement 5.99 I. 15 $203,519.51 Publish: December 13, 2012 MEMBER KLOCKER MOVED, COUNCIL MEMBER PALMER SECONDED a motion to authorize the Mayor to sign Change Orders #1 to extend completion date on Sundance Well #6 Chlorinator Building to May 1, 2013, Change Order # 1 to extend completion date on the Cole Water Storage Tank to September 1, 2013, and Change Order #1 to extend completion date of the investigation of the Sundance Landfill to January 11, 20t3. All ayes, MOTION CARRIED. Clerk-Treasurer Kathy Lenz gave a report on the progress of the manhole at the swimming pool. She spoke with Dave Burbach and he informed her they were working on plans and is finishing specs in three weeks. They will send it to the State for review and when the plans are received back from state the manhole will be scheduled to go to bid in January. Chief of Police Todd Fritz reported on the deer control issue. He indicated that only two deer have been harvested at this point; however they did not receive the permit until late November. He indicated he will apply for the permit next year in July so there is no delay. They will continue to harvest deer through December. He advised that C&A Meats can only take deer in on Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 8:00 and 5:00 so they have been somewhat limited on when they can harvest the deer. Mayor Brooks announced that Paul Stitle with Leo Riley & Co. had gone over the audit with the council at the work session held before the council meeting. Mayor Brooks asked for a motion approving the audit. COUNCIL MEMBER GILL MOVED, COUNCIL MEMBER KLOCKER SECONDED a motion to approve the audit. All ayes, MOTION CARRIED. Richard Goetz took the podium and introduced himself as a representative of the Goldwing Riders Association. Mr, Goetz explained they are planning on haying a motorcycle rally here June 27-30. He explained typically there are 150-200 people in attendance and they plan on utilizing local businesses, haying a street dance, etc. Raymond Howard spoke asking the council to grant him permission to shoot off fireworks at the end of the Parade of Lights parade December 7, 2012 and also to allow fireworks on New Year's Eve this year. See Public Notices I Page 12