2/25/2020 Uinta County Herald legal notices


NOTICE OF LIEN SALE

To: Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that on March 7, 2020, 10:00 a.m., at 575 Pine St., Mountain View, WY the undersigned will sell at public auction in accordance with 29-7-101 a 2003 Chevrolet P.U., VIN 1GCHK29U33E119845, for the sum of $9,700 for services rendered.

Dated: Feb. 21, 2020  Laine Siddoway

PUBLISHED: Feb. 25, March 3, 2020   02255

 

INVITATION TO BID

PUBLIC WORKS PROJECT; MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION

PROJECT NAME: STREET STRIPING PROJECT; SUMMER 2020

OWNER:

City of Evanston

1200 Main Street

Evanston, WY.  82930

Phone: (307) 783-6450

SEALED BIDS for STREET STRIPING (PAINTING) improvements will be received by the City of Evanston at the Department of Public Works, 33 Allegiance Circle, Evanston, Wyoming; until 10:30 a.m., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 2020, at which time any and all bids received will be opened and read aloud. The successful bidder shall furnish all labor, materials and equipment necessary for completion of the project.

MATERIALS INCLUDE:    White and Yellow fast drying traffic paint meeting Wyoming Department of Transportation (WyDOT) Specifications.

WORK DESCRIPTION:   1)  Painting crosswalks, stop bars and parking lines.  2)  Painting edge lines and center lines (long lines). 

CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be obtained at the Department of Public Works: 33 Allegiance Circle; Evanston, WY  82930; Phone: (307) 783-6451; or e-mail [email protected] A hard copy requires a payment of $10.00 for each set; non-refundable. Registration at the office of the City of Evanston Public Works Dept. is required to receive full bidding documents and to indicate residency status.

WYOMING STATE STATUTES apply to the bidding and construction of Public Works Project(s):

W.S. 15-1-113;            5% Bid Bond required.

W.S. 16-6-102;            5% Resident Contractor Preference.

W.S. 16-6-104;                        5% Wyoming Materials and Suppliers Preference.

W.S. 16-6-112;            Performance Guarantee.

W.S. 16-6-201 – 16-6-206;      Resident Labor Preference.

W.S. 27-3-502(f)         Registration with taxing authority.

RESIDENT PREFERENCE(S): In order to receive a five percent (5%) resident preference, resident contractors and material suppliers must be state certified and receive a certificate of residency.  When obtaining project bid documents, resident contractors and suppliers must   indicate their residency status by providing their residency certification number.  Certified resident suppliers shall submit a list of supplies and materials, specific to the project, which qualify to receive preference along with company contact names and phone numbers.   Contact information from resident suppliers shall be available to resident contractors to use in preparing bids and meeting Wyoming statutory requirements.

The OWNER reserves the right to reject all bids if the Governing Body determines that it is in the best interest of the City to do so.

City of Evanston Public Works phone number is 307-783-6451:

Carolyn Maddux          Administrative Assistant [email protected]

Gordon Robinson        Director of Public Works

            [email protected]

Brad Tollefson             Environmental Services Manager

            [email protected]

                        (If emailing, include project name on subject line)

City of Evanston

Kent Williams, Mayor

PUBLISHED: Feb. 25, 28, March 3, 6, 2020     02254

 

Request for Proposal to Supply Lawn Care

Uinta B.O.C.E.S. #1 - 2020-2022

Uinta B.O.C.E.S. #1 is requesting proposals for lawn care beginning April 15, 2020 and ending April 15, 2022.  Proposals must be submitted by March 26, 2020 addressing the following:

  1. Monthly fee for:
  2. Mowing
  3. Leaf removal
  4. Basic sprinkler system adjustments and maintenance
  5. Fee for winterization of sprinkler system
  6. Fee for fertilizing
  7. Hourly rate for sprinkler system repair
  8. Hourly rate for additional grounds keeping needs such as tree trimming
  9. Documentation of firms ability to accomplish the above activities including
  10. Business License
  11. Insurance
  12. Workman’s Comp

Please contact Trudy Biorn at 307-789-5742 ext. 132 to schedule a walk through if needed.

PUBLISHED: Feb. 25, 28, March 3, 2020         02251

 

Official Proceedings of the

Uinta County Commissioners

Evanston, Wyoming

February 18, 2020

The Uinta County Commissioners met in regular session on February 18, 2020 in the commission chambers, 225 9th Street, Evanston, Wyoming.  Chairman Eric South convened meeting at 2:00 p.m. Commissioner Craig Welling and Commissioner Mark Anderson were present.  Also present: Amanda Hutchinson, County Clerk; and Loretta Howieson, County Attorney.

Agenda

Motion Welling, second Anderson to approve the agenda.  3 yes votes, passed.

Business Ready Grant

Gary Welling, Economic Development Director, opened a public hearing to allow for comments on submitting a grant application to the Wyoming Business Council to create a study to determine the feasibility of using, marketing, and renovating the vacated campus of the Wyoming State.  There were no comments.  Motion Anderson, second Welling to approve Resolution 20-03 authorizing the Wyoming Business Council grant application. 3 yes votes, passed.

Liquor License Renewals

Motion Welling, second Anderson to approve the following Liquor License Renewals through April 1, 2021 as presented by Amanda Hutchinson, County Clerk: Fort Bridger Cash Store, Fiesta Guadalajara, R&L Sportsman, Pete’s Rock-N-Rye Club, Travel Centers of America, Uinta Lanes, and Wyoming Downs.  The following licenses were approved pending receipt of additional documents: American Legion #36, Jim Bridger Club, and the Hornet’s Nest.  Commissioner Welling commented about concerns received regarding an applicant, but noted that after reviewing the applicants with law enforcement that all applications should be renewed.   3 yes votes, passed.

Motion Welling, second Anderson to approve extended hours for alcohol sales on July 4, Sept. 4, 5 and 6 as requested by Hutchinson.  3 yes votes, passed.

Affordable Housing Resolution

Motion Welling, second Anderson to take the affordable housing resolution off the table. Motion Anderson, second Welling to approve Resolution 20-04 providing consent for the Cheyenne Housing Authority to provide second loan opportunities for the purchase of affordable housing within Uinta County, WY by qualifying low to moderate income households.   3 yes votes, passed.

Minutes

Motion Anderson, second Welling to approve the minutes of the February 4, 2020 meeting.  3 yes votes, passed.

Vouchers

Motion Anderson, second Welling to approve warrants 441981 through 442105. 

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE WARRANTS:  ACCENT CONCRETE CUTTING AND SEALING, $540.00,Court Remodel ; Ace Disposal, Inc., $78.00, Garbage Disposal; All West  Communications, $1,244.78, Phone/Internet Service; American Linen-Steiner Corp, $296.66, Laundry Services; Ascent Aviation Group, Inc., $5,023.92, Aviation Fuel; Bank of the West  (Assessor), $43.49, Credit Cards; Bank of the West (Attorney), $1,795.70, Credit Cards; Bank of the West (Dist Crt Clerk), $23.04, Credit Cards; Bank of the West (CoClerk), $459.64, Credit Cards; Bank of the West (Communications), $677.39, Credit Cards; Bank of the West (Commissary), $63.81, Credit Card; Bank of the West (Commissioners), $264.61, Credit Cards; Bank of the West (Extension), $713.61, Credit Cards; Bank of the West (HumanSrvcs), $305.28, Credit Card; Bank of the West (IT), $3,182.00, Credit Card; Bank of the West (Landfill), $479.90, Credit Cards; Bank of the West (Maintenance), $2,904.43, Credit Cards; Bank of the West (Mosquito), $921.56, Credit Cards; Bank of the West (Public Health), $4,064.30, Credit Cards; Bank of the West (Planning), $871.56, Credit Cards; Bank of the West (R&B East), $120.28, Credit Cards; Bank of The West (Sheriff), $1,060.63, Credit Cards; Bank of the west (Voca), $193.55,Credit Cards ; Benedict Trading Company, $37.34, Hardware/Supplies; Biota Research and Consulting, Inc., $2,141.25, Engineering; Evanston Youth Club for Boys & Girl, $1,111.30, Registration; Fees; Bridgerland Carquest, $208.87, Auto Parts; Bridger Valley Electric, $4,064.72, Utilities; Bridger Valley Joint Powers Board, $83.00, Utilitites; Bridger Valley Pioneer, $249.40, Advertising; Bridger Valley Propane, $350.31, Propane; Wex Bank/Cardwell (EmergMngt), $96.63, Fuel; Wex Bank/Cardwell (Mosquito), $156.68, Fuel; Wex Bank/Cardwell (Maint), $1,428.66, Fuel; Wex Bank/Cardwell (PH), $85.55, Fuel; Wex Bank/Cardwell (Planning), $103.06, Fuel; Wex Bank/Cardwell (RBW), $165.36, Fuel; Wex Bank/Cardwell (Sheriff),  7,596.61, Fuel; Cazin’s, $330.33, Hardware/Landscaping; Century Link, $2,228.29, Telephone; Choices Alcohol,Drug Help Center, $14,632.75, Contract Services; City Of Evanston (Utilities), $1,969.80, Utilities; Clerk Dist Court (Jury Fund), $2,796.28, Jury Fund; Codale Electric Supply Inc, $12,141.80, Parts; Communications Technologies, Inc, $421.41, Parts; Covolo Auto Farm Service, $448.88, Auto Parts; Crandall Funeral Home Inc, $2,200.00, Supplies; Crook County Public Health, $109.66,Posters ; Dasher, Susan, $30.00, Reimbursement; DBT Transportation Services LLC, $555.81, Airport Services; Ellingford Bros (Landfill), $19.80, Concrete/Parts; Ellingford Bros., Inc. (Maint), $81.25, Concrete/Parts; Evanston Uinta Joint Powers Bd, $3,673.65, Rent; Fastenal Company, $37.10, Maintenance Supplies; Francom, D Mckay, DDS, $520.00, Medical; Freeway Tire, $58.86, Tires; Billings Distribution, Inc. dba, $828.52, Fuel; Greyhound Lines Inc, $559.90, Travel Assistance; Harris Law Office P C, $3,319.99, Legal Services; Horton,Matthew, $708.55, ; IBS, Inc, $358.21, Parts; IdentiSys Inc, $125.00, ; Inberg-Miller Engineers (Riverton), $6,208.69, Professional Services; Independent Software Solutions Inc, $85.00, Print Server; John Deere Financial (Maint), $32.97, Hardware/Maintenance; John Deere Financial (R&B), $165.00, Supplies; Johnstone Supply, $21.96, Equipment Parts; Kallas Automotive, $646.03, Auto Parts; Smith’s Customer Charges, $88.00, Supplies; Lambert Paint Company Inc, $850.00, Stripe Parking Lot; Landmark 05 LLC, $85.00, Professional Services; Maverik Country Stores #284, $70.00, Travel Assist; Mckesson Medical Surgical, $57.58, Medical Supplies; Merck & Co., Inc., $4,553.02, Medical Supplies; Mid-American Research Chemical Corp, $115.54, Cleaning Supplies; Morcon Industrial Specialty, $17.75, Equipment/Safety/Parts; Mountain West Business Solutions, $360.98, Copier Maintenance; National Battery Sales, $1,035.12, parts; Office Products Dealer Inc, $829.16, Office Supplies; Medical Priority Consultants Inc, $620.00, E911 Training; Proffit, Kim, $72.92, Reimbursement; Quality Propane, Inc., $371.86, Propane; Questar Gas Company, $12,113.00, Utilities; Quill Corp, $263.27, Office Supplies; Real Kleen Janitorial & Repair, $1,028.04, Janitorial; RelaDyne West LLC, $12,241.54, Fuel; Ricoh USA, Inc, $10.00, Copier Maintenance; Ricoh USA, Inc, $10.00, Copies; Misty Roberts, $6.85, Reimbursement; Rocky Mountain Power (Utilities), $362.20, Electricity; Rocky Mountain Power (Assist), $225.00, Utility Assistance; SAFV Task Force, Inc., $827.19, Support Funds; Salt City Fitness Repair Inc, $350.00, Repair/Gym; Truck Pro Holding Corporation, $72.93, Parts; Skaggs Companies Inc, $274.94, Uniforms; Wyoming Department Of Health, $95.04, State Car/Payroll; SUMMIT FOOD SERVICES, LLC, $9,102.00, Food Contract Services; Sylvestri Customization, $600.00, Website Maintenance; T-7 Inc Propane Services, $625.92, Propane; Tharpe Consulting, $275.00, Education; Town Of Lyman, $118.00, Rent; Town Of Mt View, $474.73, Utilitites; Trihydro Corporation, $5,008.50, Professional Services; Two Guys Flooring Inc, $3,290.00, Flooring; Tybar,James, $34.13, Reimbursement Mail Box; Disability IN Uinta County, $1,217.40, Training; Uinta County Fair Board, $49,542.50, Support Funds; Uinta Co Herald, $51.00, Advertising/Subscription; Uinta County Museum, $174.06, Support Funds; Uinta Co Public Health Nurse, $201.52, Supplies; Uinta Co Treasurer (Postage), $1,528.45, Postage; UniFirst Corporation, $987.11, Laundry Services; Union Telephone Company, $15.47, Cell/Telephone; US Postmaster (Evanston), $226.00, Postage; Vreeland, Jack, $140.00, Legal Services; Walmart Comm Brc (Sheriff), $252.07, Supplies; Wells Fargo Financial Leasing, $113.00, Copier Lease; Westar Printing, $49.85, Printing; Wheeler Machinery Co, $2,823.71, Equipment Parts; White Mountain Lumber, $74.01, Building Maintenance; Dept of Workforce Services, $748.02, Unemployment; Wyoming Machinery Company, $322.35, ; Wyoming Waste Services - Rock, $265.17, Garbage Disposal; Yellow Creek Village, $400.00, Rental Assistance; Rocky Mountain Yeti, $97.60, Auto Parts; Youth Alternative Home Assoc, $67.50, Juvenile Detention.

3 yes votes, passed.

Meeting adjourned at 2:31 p.m.

Eric South, Chairman

BOARD OF UINTA COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

Attest: Amanda Hutchinson

            UINTA COUNTY CLERK

PUBLISHED: Feb. 25, 2020      02252

 

PUBLIC NOTICE

Pursuant to the Wyoming Administrative Procedure Act and the Wyoming Public Service Commission’s (Commission) Rules and Regulations, notice is hereby given of the Application of Rocky Mountain Power (RMP or the Company) for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity (CPCN) to expand the Blacks Fork Substation, as more fully described below:

RMP is a public utility, as defined in Wyo. Stat. §37-1-101(a)(vi)(C), subject to the Commission’s jurisdiction pursuant to Wyo. Stat. §37-2-112

On February 10, 2020, the Company submitted an Application together with exhibits requesting the Commission grant a CPCN to expand the Blacks Fork Substation.

Specifically, RMP requests the Commission grant a CPCN to expand the Blacks Fork substation. The expansion would include: one new transformer to step down voltage from 230 kilovolt (kV) to 34.5 kV; three new 230 kV circuit breakers arranged in a ring bus configuration; one new 230 kV feeder bay with a breaker for future connection, one new feeder bay and two new 34.5 kV circuit breakers; one new primary meter; and a differential protection scheme to allow feeders to operate parallel if necessary.

The expansion of the substation and related facilities as general system improvements, has an estimated total cost of $10.5 million.

The Company intends to finance the Project through its normal internal and external sources of capital, including net cash flow from operating activities, public and private debt offerings, the issuance of commercial paper, the use of unsecured revolving credit facilities, capital contributions, and other sources. The financial impact will not impair the Company’s ability to continue to provide safe and reliable electricity service at reasonable rates. The Company is not requesting ratemaking treatment at this time.

According to RMP, the proposed expansion is required to provide adequate reliability in response to the request from an existing large industrial customer for a load increase.

This is not a complete description of RMP’s Application. Interested persons may inspect the entire Application at RMP’s Wyoming offices and at the Commission’s offices in Cheyenne, Wyoming, during regular business hours. The Application may also be reviewed on line at http://www.pacificorp.com.

Anyone desiring to file a public comment, statement, protest, intervention petition or request for a public hearing in this matter must file with the Commission in writing on or before March 13, 2020. Any intervention request filed with the Commission shall set forth the grounds of the proposed intervention or request for hearing as well as the position and the interest of the petitioner in this proceeding.

If you wish to intervene in this matter or request a public hearing that you will attend, or you wish to file a public comment, statement, or protest, and you require reasonable accommodation for a disability, please contact the Commission at (307) 777-7427, or write to the Commission at 2515 Warren Avenue, Suite 300, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002, to make arrangements. Communications impaired persons may also contact the Commission by accessing Wyoming Relay at 711. Please mention Docket No. 20000-577-EA-20 (Record No. 15452) in your communications.

Dated:  February 13, 2020.

PUBLISHED: Feb. 18, 25. 2020            02182

 

PUBLIC NOTICE

Pursuant to the Wyoming Administrative Procedure Act and the Wyoming Public Service Commission’s (Commission) Rules, notice is hereby given that a public hearing is scheduled regarding the Application of Rocky Mountain Power (RMP or the Company) for approval of the 2020 Inter-Jurisdictional Cost Allocation Agreement. The Wyoming Office of Consumer Advocate and the Wyoming Industrial Energy Consumers have intervened in this matter. The public hearing is set to commence on Monday, March 9, 2020, at 9:00 a.m., in the Commission’s hearing room located at 2515 Warren Avenue, Suite 300, in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

RMP is a division of PacifiCorp, an Oregon corporation, which provides electric service to retail customers through its RMP division in the states of Wyoming, Utah and Idaho through its Pacific Power division in the states of Oregon, California and Washington. RMP is a public utility as defined in Wyo. Stat. § 37-1-101(a)(vi)(C), subject to the Commission’s jurisdiction pursuant to Wyo. Stat. § 37-2-112.

On December 3, 2019, RMP submitted its Application, together with supporting testimony and exhibits, requesting approval of its 2020 Protocol. RMP states that PacifiCorp owns substantial generation and transmission facilities. Augmented with wholesale power purchases and long-term transmission contracts, these facilities operate as a single system on an integrated basis to provide service to customers in a cost-effective manner.  PacifiCorp recovers the costs of owning and operating its generation and transmission system in retail prices established from time to time in state regulatory proceedings.

Since all of RMP’s generation and transmission resources and other common or general functions are considered to be used to service RMP’s customers in all of its state jurisdictions, it is necessary to determine what portion of these costs should be allocated to customers in the state for which prices are being established. RMP states if different state commissions make different decision regarding what resources should be included in PacifiCorp’s rates, or if different state commissions adopt different policies for allocating the costs of resources among states, RMP may not be afforded an opportunity to recover its full cost of providing electric service. 

After approximately three years of discussions and negotiations, the interested parties reached an agreement that led to the 2020 Protocol agreement being present in this docket.   The 2020 Protocol will allocate costs among RMP’s multi-state service territory and ensure that the Company operates its generation and transmission system on an integrated basis to achieve a least-cost, least-risk resource portfolio, while allowing each state to pursue, independently, its ratemaking policies.

All interested persons are encouraged to attend the public hearing which will be conducted in accordance with the Wyoming Administrative Procedure Act and the Wyoming Public Service Commission Rules and Special Regulations. Interested persons may appear and be heard, either in person or through counsel, as provided by Commission Rule.

The Commission’s hearings are open to all persons. If you wish to attend the hearing and you require reasonable accommodation for a disability, please contact the Commission at (307) 777-7427 (Voice or TTY) in Cheyenne during regular business hours or write them at 2515 Warren Avenue, Suite 300, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002, to make arrangements. Communications impaired persons may also contact the Commission by accessing Wyoming Relay (TTY) by dialing 711. Please mention Docket No. 20000-572-EA-19 (Record No. 15400) in your correspondence. If you wish to listen to the hearing scheduled in this matter go to http://psc.wy.us at the appropriate time and follow the instructions to connect to the hearing.

Dated:  February 13, 2020.

PUBLISHED: Feb. 18, 25, 2020            02183

 

NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENT OF FORECLOSURE SALE

WHEREAS, default in the payment of principal and interest has occurred under the terms of a promissory note (the “Note”) dated 02/21/2014 executed and delivered by Joseph A. Reichenberg to Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. and a real estate mortgage (the “Mortgage”) of the same date securing the Note, which Mortgage was executed and delivered by Joseph A. Reichenberg, a married person; as Individual (the “Mortgagors”), to  Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., and which Mortgage was recorded on 02/21/2014, as Instrument No. R165714 in the records of the office of the County Clerk and ex-officio Register of Deeds in and for Uinta County, State of Wyoming; and

The property covered by said Mortgage is described as follows:

ALL OF LOT 1 IN BLOCK 1, OF THE CITY VIEW THIRD ADDITION TO THE CITY OF EVANSTON, UINTA COUNTY, WYOMING, AS SAID LOT AND BLOCK ARE LAID DOWN AND DESCRIBED ON THE OFFICIAL MAP AND PLAT THEREOF, FILED JUNE 15, 2007, AS INSTRUMENT #137631, IN THE OFFICE OF THE UINTA COUNTY CLERK..

With an address of : 103 Alecias Way Evanston, WY 82930.

WHEREAS, the property being foreclosed upon may be subject to other liens and encumbrances that will not be extinguished at the sale. Any prospective purchaser should research the status of title before submitting a bid;

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to Wyoming Statutes Section 34-4-109(2003) that the

foreclosure sale scheduled for 10:00 in the forenoon on 02/19/2020 at the Uinta County Courtthouse Information Desk located at 225 9th Street, Evanston, Uinta County, State of Wyoming, has been postponed to 10:00 in the forenoon on 03/25/2020 at Uinta County Courtthouse Information Desk located at 225 9th Street, Evanston, Uinta County, State of Wyoming.

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

By: The Sayer Law Group, P.C.

925 E. 4th St.

Waterloo, IA 50703

(319) 234-2530

PUBLISHED: Feb. 18, 25, March 3, 10, 17, 24, 2020   02181

 

EVANSTON CITY COUNCIL

Second Regular Meeting

February 18, 2020

The official record of proceedings of the second regular meeting of the Evanston City Council for the month of February was held in the Council Chambers of City Hall on the above date.  These proceedings were video recorded.

Mayor Williams led those in attendance in the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.

The roll was called and with a quorum being present, Mayor Kent Williams called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m. and welcomed everyone present.

Those present from the governing body at the start of the meeting were: Mayor Williams; Councilmembers  Tim Lynch, Tib Ottley, Evan Perkes, David Welling, Mike Sellers, and Mikal Welling.

Staff members present at the start of the meeting were:  City Attorney, Dennis Boal; City Clerk, Nancy Stevenson; City Treasurer, Trudy Lym; Community Development Director, Rocco O’Neill; Director of Engineering & Planning, Dean Barker; Director of Parks and Recreation, Scott Ehlers; Police Lieutenant, Ken Pearson; Senior Planner, DuWayne Jacobson; and Grant Writer, Mieke Madrid.  Police Chief, Jon Kirby and Public Works Director, Gordon Robinson were excused.  A group of interested citizens were also present.

Approve Agenda

Mayor Williams suggested the following change to the agenda: Under Public Hearings/Special Orders, add a Public Hearing to receive comments regarding a Planning Grant.

Councilmember D. Welling moved, Councilmember Ottley seconded, to approve the agenda with the suggested change.  The motion passed unanimously with 7 yes votes:  Williams, Lynch, Ottley, Perkes, D. Welling, Sellers, M. Welling. 

Approve Minutes

The official record of proceedings for the City Council Meeting held February 4, 2020, and the City Council Meeting Work Session Meeting held February 11, 2020 were approved as presented.

Bills

Councilmember Lynch moved, Councilmember Perkes seconded, to approve the following bills for payment:

February 5, 2020 to February 18, 2020

VENDOR                 FOR             AMOUNT

AXA Equivest   Payroll 458.00

Evanston Police Benevolent   Payroll 240.00

Flex Share       Payroll 2,682.66

IRS Tax Deposit           Payroll 42,791.54

Orchard Trust Payroll 728.32

Parks & Recreation     Payroll 181.25

Vantage Point Payroll 446.66

Payroll Payroll 133,036.98

Al’s Auto Parts Part     24.12

All West          Internet/Phones          2,160.81

Dennis M. Boal           Services           3,946.50

Caselle Support/Maintenance            1,939.00

Yeti      Parts    1,584.71

Cazin’s Supplies          1,173.42

CD’s Electric    Electrical         326.87

Century Equipment     Parts    349.32

City of Evanston          Utilities           2,363.66

CCI Network    Utilities           84.43

Cook Brothers Broadcasting   Ads      154.00

Norco LLC        Supplies          71.26

Dooley Enterprises     Supplies          978.06

Ellingford’s      Road Base       121.81

Chemtech-Ford Laboratories  Testing 98.00

Evanston Parks & Recreation City Subsidy     101,983.33

Evanston Urban Renewal Agency       Supplies          50.00

First Bank        Visa     13,371.78

Fastenal          Supplies          92.97

Freeway Tire   Tires    844.86

Murdochs        Supplies          873.24

Hach Company            Supplies          886.77

Ferguson Waterworks Parts    12,302.55

Kallas Automotive       Parts    1,478.98

Amanda R. Kirby         Services           1,462.50

Morcon Industrial       Supplies          441.96

Mountain West Business Solutions    Contract          198.90

Dominion Energy        Utilities           16,065.00

Mail Finance   Contract          3,293.58

Office Products Dealer           Supplies          76.60

City of Evanston          Reimbursement          116.79

Premier Truck Group  Parts    265.44

Real Kleen       Supplies          4,141.10

Rip’s Grocery   Propane           13.28

Sigma-Aldrich Services           365.29

Smith’s Food & Drug   Supplies          420.89

Stateline Metals         Parts    14.64

Alsco   Laundry Service          357.81

Superior Rental           Parts    6.00

Tom’s HVAC    Repairs            6,334.33

TCF Equipment Finance          Contract          4,445.39

Uinta County Fire Protection  Contract          54,894.50

Uinta County Herald   Ads      1,062.20

Uinta County Solid Waste      Landfill Fees    20,234.90

Uinta Engineering       Services           2,500.00

Century Link    Utilities           1,390.26

Rocky Mountain Power          Utilities           40,316.43

Wyoming Waste Systems      Services           249.16

Westar Printing           Supplies          365.84

WAM   Registration    890.00

Wyoming Department of Transportation       Salt/Sand/Supplies     46,187.57

U.S.A. Blue Book         Supplies          215.76

Evanston Rodeo Series           Contract          2,232.00

USPS #8014338           Postage           15,000.00

Brian Lonsway Reimbursement          100.00

Glena O’Driscoll          Refund 600.00

Trista Palmasano        Refund 107.00

Jordan Bott     Refund 150.00

Carlton Sumsion         Refund 1,075.00

Wright Express            Fuel     19,607.98

The motion passed unanimously with 7 yes votes:  Williams, Lynch, Ottley, Perkes, D. Welling, Sellers, M. Welling.

Council Comments

Councilmember Seller reminded everyone of the Art’s Inc., event that will be held at the High School this evening.

Mayor Williams comment on the recent donation of a Grand Piano from the LDS Church to the City of Evanston.  This piano now has a new home in the Roundhouse for the entire community to enjoy.

Public Hearing

City Attorney, Dennis Boal conducted a public hearing to receive public comments regarding a proposed Business Ready Community Planning Grant from the Wyoming Business Council to create an assessment and redevelopment plan for a portion of the existing Historic Wyoming State Hospital campus for various economic development opportunities.  Grant Writer, Mieke Madrid gave an overview of what the grant would be used for.  No one else address this proposal and the hearing was closed.

Appointment to Boards/Commissions

Mayor Williams made an appointment to the following board.  Councilmember M. Welling moved, Councilmember Sellers seconded, to confirm the following appointment:

Historic Preservation Commission

Wyoma “Nonie” Proffit - January 2023

The motion passed unanimously with 6 yes votes:  Lynch, Ottley, Perkes, D. Welling, Sellers, M. Welling.

Ordinance 20-01

Councilmember D. Welling moved, Councilmember Ottley seconded, to pass Ordinance 20-01 on second reading.

ORDINANCE 20-01:  AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING AMENDING SECTION 15-33. RESISTING ARREST, AND REPEALING SECTION 18-8, RESISTING, TO ELIMINATE DUPLICATION WITHIN THE CITY CODE AND TO MIRROR THE LANGUAGE OF THE STATE STATUTE FOR THE CRIME OF “INTERFERENCE WITH POLICE OFFICER”.

The motion to pass Ordinance 20-01 on second reading passed unanimously with 7 yes votes: Williams, Lynch, Ottley, Perkes, D. Welling, Sellers, M. Welling.

Ordinance 20-02

Councilmember Ottley moved, Councilmember Lynch seconded, to pass Ordinance 20-02 on second reading.

ORDINANCE 20-02: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING AMENDING SUBSECTIONS B, C AND D OF   SECTION 15-12, DRUG PARAPHERNALIA, OF THE CITY CODE TO MAKE IT POSSIBLE FOR THE COURT TO ISSUE A SENTENCE WHICH INCLUDES BOTH A FINE AND JAIL TIME FOR A CONVICTION INVOLVING DRUG PARAPHERNALIA.

The motion to pass Ordinance 20-02 on second reading passed unanimously with 7 yes votes: Williams, Lynch, Ottley, Perkes, D. Welling, Sellers, M. Welling. 

Ordinance 20-03

Councilmember D. Welling moved, Councilmember Perkes seconded, to pass Ordinance 20-03 on second reading.

ORDINANCE 20-03:  AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING AMENDING  SECTION 12-38, RECKLESS DRIVING, OF THE CITY CODE TO MAKE IT POSSIBLE FOR THE COURT TO ISSUE A SENTENCE WHICH INCLUDES BOTH A FINE AND JAIL TIME FOR A CONVICTION OF RECKLESS DRIVING.

The motion to pass Ordinance 20-03 on second reading passed unanimously with 7 yes votes: Williams, Lynch, Ottley, Perkes, D. Welling, Sellers, M. Welling. 

Ordinance 20-04

Councilmember Perkes sponsored Ordinance 20-04. Councilmember Sellers moved, Councilmember Lynch seconded, to pass Ordinance 20-04 on first reading.

ORDINANCE 20-04:  AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING AMENDING SECTION 15-2., ASSAULT, AND SECTION 15-3., ASSAULT AND BATTERY, OF THE CITY CODE TO MIRROR THE LANGUAGE OF THE STATE STATUTES FOR THE CRIMES OF ASSAULT AND BATTERY.

The motion to pass Ordinance 20-04 on first reading passed unanimously with 7 yes votes: Williams, Lynch, Ottley, Perkes, D. Welling, Sellers, M. Welling.

Ordinance 20-05

Councilmember D. Welling sponsored Ordinance 20-05. Councilmember Ottley moved, Councilmember M. Welling seconded, to pass Ordinance 20-05 on first reading.

ORDINANCE 20-05:  AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING TO AMEND  SECTION 12-2., OF THE CITY CODE BY ADDING SUBSECTION L. TO MAKE IT POSSIBLE FOR THE COURT TO ISSUE GENERAL PENALTY FOR A CONVICTION INVOLVING VEHICULAR HIT AND RUN.

The motion to pass Ordinance 20-05 on first reading passed unanimously with 7 yes votes: Williams, Lynch, Ottley, Perkes, D. Welling, Sellers, M. Welling.

Ordinance 20-06

Councilmember Lynch sponsored Ordinance 20-06. Councilmember Sellers moved, Councilmember M. Welling seconded, to pass Ordinance 20-06 on first reading.

ORDINANCE 20-06: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING TO AMEND  SECTION 1-5., GENERAL PENALTY, OF THE CITY CODE BY ADDING SUBSECTION C. TO ENABLE A DEFENDANT IN  MUNICIPAL COURT TO PAY OFF A FINE THROUGH INCARCERATION.

The motion to pass Ordinance 20-06 on first reading passed unanimously with 7 yes votes: Williams, Lynch, Ottley, Perkes, D. Welling, Sellers, M. Welling.

Ordinance 20-07

Councilmember Perkes sponsored Ordinance 20-07. Councilmember D. Welling moved, Councilmember Ottley seconded, to pass Ordinance 20-07 on first reading.

ORDINANCE 20-07:  AN ORDINANCE APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING A ZONE CHANGE FOR PROPERTY IN THE CITY OF EVANSTON FROM RURAL RESIDENTIAL TO LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL-DEVELOPING, AS REQUESTED BY BART HUTCHINSON OF THE LAND MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED HEREIN.

The motion to pass Ordinance 20-07 on first reading passed unanimously with 7 yes votes: Williams, Lynch, Ottley, Perkes, D. Welling, Sellers, M. Welling.

Ordinance 20-08

Councilmember Sellers sponsored Ordinance 20-08. Councilmember Ottley moved, Councilmember Perkes seconded, to pass Ordinance 20-08 on first reading.

ORDINANCE 20-08: AN ORDINANCE APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING A ZONE CHANGE FOR PROPERTY IN THE CITY OF EVANSTON FROM LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL-DEVELOPING TO RURAL RESIDENTIAL, AS REQUESTED BY BART HUTCHINSON OF THE LAND MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED HEREIN.

The motion to pass Ordinance 20-08 on first reading passed unanimously with 7 yes votes: Williams, Lynch, Ottley, Perkes, D. Welling, Sellers, M. Welling.

Resolution 20-06

Councilmember D. Welling introduced Resolution 20-06.  Councilmember D. Welling moved, Councilmember Perkes seconded, to adopt Resolution 20-06.

RESOLUTION 20-06: RESOLUTION OF THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING AUTHORIZING A 70% REDUCTION OF OFF-STREET PARKING SPACES FOR THE CONSTRUCTION PROJECT OF THE EVANSTON CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER, INC., (ECDC) PURSUANT TO SECTION 24-57 B OF THE CITY CODE.

The motion passed unanimously with 7 yes votes: Williams, Lynch, Ottley, Perkes, D. Welling, Sellers, M. Welling.

Resolution 20-07

Councilmember Perkes introduced Resolution 20-07.  Councilmember Perkes moved, Councilmember Ottley seconded, to adopt Resolution 20-07.

RESOLUTION 20-07:  RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING AUTHORIZING THE SALE OF REAL PROPERTY AND THE EXECUTION AND DELIVERY OF A QUITCLAIM DEED TO CCA, LLC, A WYOMING LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY.  

The motion passed unanimously with 7 yes votes: Williams, Lynch, Ottley, Perkes, D. Welling, Sellers, M. Welling.

Resolution 20-08

Councilmember Perkes introduced Resolution 20-08.  Councilmember Perkes moved, Councilmember M. Welling seconded, to adopt Resolution 20-08.

RESOLUTION 20-08:  A RESOLUTION OF THE GOVERNING BODY FOR THE CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING PROVIDING CONSENT FOR THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF CHEYENNE, A/K/A THE CHEYENNE HOUSING AUTHORITY TO PROVIDE SECOND LOAN OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE PURCHASE OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING WITHIN THE CITY OF EVANSTON, UINTA COUNTY WYOMING BY QUALIFYING LOW TO MODERATE INCOME HOUSEHOLDS.

The motion passed with 5 yes votes: Williams, Lynch, Perkes, D. Welling, M. Welling;  2 no votes: Ottley, Sellers. 

Resolution 20-09

Councilmember Ottley introduced Resolution 20-09.  Councilmember Ottley moved, Councilmember Sellers seconded, to adopt Resolution 20-09.

RESOLUTION 20-09:  A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING SUPPORTING AND AUTHORIZING AN APPLICATION TO OBTAIN PLANNING GRANT FUNDS FROM THE WYOMING BUSINESS COUNCIL FOR THE WYOMING STATE HOSPITAL HISTORIC CAMPUS ASSESSMENT & REDEVELOPMENT PLAN PHASE I.

The motion passed unanimously with 7 yes votes: Williams, Lynch, Ottley, Perkes, D. Welling, Sellers, M. Welling.

Resolution 20-10

Councilmember Perkes introduced Resolution 20-10.  Councilmember Perkes moved, Councilmember M. Welling seconded, to adopt Resolution 20-10.

RESOLUTION 20-10:  A RESOLUTION APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE FINAL PLAT FOR THE KNEZOVICH ADDITION, A SUBDIVISION WITHIN THE CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING AS MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED HEREIN.

The motion passed unanimously with 7 yes votes: Williams, Lynch, Ottley, Perkes, D. Welling, Sellers, M. Welling.

Adjournment

With no further business to be conducted at this time Mayor Williams adjourned the meeting at 6:30 p.m.

Kent H. Williams, Mayor

Nancy Stevenson, City Clerk

PUBLISHED: Feb. 25, 2020      02253

 

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION

Tiffany Cansino, Plaintiff

  1. Hilario Cansino, Respondent

Civil Action Case No. 20-9

Notice of Hilario Cansino, Respondent, whose last known address is unknown,  take notice that Tiffany Cansino has filed a Complaint for Divorce in the Wyoming District Court, Third Judicial District, whose address is 225 9th Street, Evanston, WY 82930, in Civil Action No. 20-9 seeking dissolution of your marriage to Tiffany Cansino.

You are required to answer the Complaint within thirty (30) days after last publication of this notice, failing which judgment by default will be rendered against you and a Decree of Divorce will be granted.

Kerry Bumgardner, Clerk of Court

 By Shanda Fife, Deputy

PUBLISHED: Feb. 11, 18, 25, March 3, 2020   02114

 

FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE

WHEREAS, default in the payment of principal and interest has occurred under the terms of a Promissory Note (the “Note”) dated May 15, 2014, executed and delivered by Evan Dee Bluemel (“Mortgagor”) to Green Tree Servicing LLC, and a real estate Mortgage (the “Mortgage”) of the same date securing the Note, which Mortgage was executed and delivered by Evan Dee Bluemel and Heather Bluemel to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as Mortgagee, as nominee for Green Tree Servicing LLC, its successors and assigns as Mortgagee, and which Mortgage was recorded on May 24, 2014, at Reception No. R166513, in Book 1011, at Page 210 in the public records in the office of the County Clerk and ex-officio Register of Deeds in and for Uinta County, State of Wyoming; and

WHEREAS, the Mortgage was assigned for value as follows:

Assignee: LoanCare, LLC

Assignment dated: December 12, 2019

Assignment recorded: December 30, 2019

Assignment recording information: at Reception No. 1080051, in Book 1089, at Page 587

All in the records of the County Clerk and ex-officio Register of Deeds in and for Uinta County, Wyoming.

WHEREAS, the Mortgage contains a power of sale which by reason of said default, the Mortgagee declares to have become operative, and no suit or proceeding has been instituted at law to recover the debt secured by the Mortgage, or any part thereof, nor has any such suit or proceeding been instituted and the same discontinued; and

WHEREAS, written notice of intent to foreclose the Mortgage by advertisement and sale has been served upon the record owner and the party in possession of the mortgaged premises at least ten (10) days prior to the commencement of this publication, and the amount due upon the Mortgage as of February 10, 2020 being the total sum of $56,347.74, plus interest, costs expended, late charges, and attorneys’ fees accruing thereafter through the date of sale;

WHEREAS, the property being foreclosed upon may be subject to other liens and encumbrances that will not be extinguished at the sale. Any prospective purchaser should research the status of title before submitting a bid;

WHEREAS, if the foreclosure sale is set aside for any reason, the Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of his/her/its money paid.  The Purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagee, Mortgagor, Servicer or their attorneys;

NOW, THEREFORE LoanCare, LLC, as the Mortgagee, will have the Mortgage foreclosed as by law provided by causing the mortgaged property to be sold at public venue by the Sheriff or Deputy Sheriff in and for Uinta County, Wyoming to the highest bidder for cash at 10:00 o’clock in the forenoon on March 11, 2020 at the information desk at the Uinta County Courthouse located at 225 9th Street, Evanston, WY 82930, for application on the above described amounts secured by the Mortgage, said mortgaged property being described as follows, to-wit:

The East 95 feet of Lot 7 in Lock 16 of the Lyman Townsite, Uinta County, Wyoming filed September 3, 1901 as Instrument #9945, on file in the office of the Uinta County Clerk, Less and Except those lands conveyed to Melea L. Bates and Todd W. Bates in Warranty Deed recorded February 23, 2004 in Book 816, Page 631.

More Correctly Described As:

The East 95 feet of Lot 7 in Block 16 of the Lyman Townsite, Uinta County, Wyoming filed September 3, 1901 as Instrument #9945, on file in the office of the Uinta County Clerk, Less and Except those lands conveyed to Melea L. Bates and Todd W. Bates in Warranty Deed recorded February 23, 2004 in Book 816, Page 631. 

With an address of 229 East Willow Street, Lyman, WY 82937 (the undersigned disclaims liability for any error in the address).

Together with all improvements thereon situate and all fixtures and appurtenances thereto.

Mortgagee shall have the exclusive right to rescind the foreclosure sale during the redemption period.  In the event that the sale is rescinded or vacated for any reason, the successful purchaser shall only be entitled to a refund of their purchase price and/or statutory interest rate.

Dated: February 3, 2020         LoanCare, LLC

By: Shelly M. Espinosa

Halliday, Watkins & Mann, P.C.

376 East 400 South, Suite 300

Salt Lake City, UT 84111

801-355-2886

HWM File # WY10016

PUBLISHED: Feb. 11, 18, 25, March 3, 2020   02111

 

 

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