Union Telephone Company, a Wyoming Corporation, herby gives Public Notice pursuant to the Federal Communications Commission’s Nationwide Programmatic Agreement for Review of Effects under the National Historic Preservation Act (the “NPA”), that it plans to install a
80-ft, self-supporting, lattice communication tower (with future 20-ft extension) and equipment buildings (Facilities”) for the purpose of transmitting radio frequency signals for telecommunication purposes at the following location:
A portion of the NW¼ of Section 14, Township 16 North, Range 121 West of the 6th P.M. in Uinta County, Wyoming.
If any person desires to make comments regarding potential effects of the planned Facilities on Historic Properties as defined in the NPA, such comments should be submitted in writing to:
Union Telephone Company
PO Box 160
Mountain View, WY 82939
Attn: Historic Properties Comments
Reference: Murphy Hill
Interested persons may also contact:
Union Telephone Company
Attn: Tyler Tholl
PO Box 160
Mountain View, WY 82939
Additional information about the NPA is available at: http://wireless.fcc.gov/siting/npa.html
PUBLISHED: July 13, 2021 07032
NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING
The Uinta County Rural Fire District will have its public hearing on the FY 2021-2022 Budget on Monday July 19th at 6PM at the Uinta County Complex. The public is invited to attend.
PUBLISHED: July 6, 13, 2021 07064
Official Proceedings of the
Uinta County Commissioners
July 6, 2021
The Uinta County Commissioners met in regular session on July 6, 2021 in the commission chambers, 225 9th Street, Evanston, Wyoming and via an online Zoom Meeting. Chairman Eric South convened meeting at 2:00 p.m. Commissioner Mark Anderson and Commissioner Brent Hatch were present. Also present: Amanda Hutchinson, County Clerk; Terry Brimhall, County Treasurer; and Doug Matthews, Sheriff.
Motion Hatch, second Anderson to approve the agenda amended to include Kim West with a grant completion letter, Clay Baird with a grant application, and Loretta Howieson with a grant application to be presented by Amanda Hutchinson. 3 yes votes, passed.
Motion Anderson, second Hatch to approve a 5 year agreement with ES&S for $20,767 per year for licensing, maintenance and servicing of election equipment as requested by Amanda Hutchinson, County Clerk. 3 yes votes, passed.
Health Insurance Stop Loss Renewal
Motion Hatch, second Anderson to ratify a contract with United HealthCare for stop loss coverage for the county’s self-funded employee health insurance plan as presented by Hutchinson. 3 yes votes, passed.
Salary Contribution Agreement
Motion Anderson, second Hatch to approve a Salary Contribution Agreement with the University of Wyoming to pay $20,544.00 towards the annual salary of a 4-H Educator for the term of July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022 as presented by Hutchinson. 3 yes votes, passed.
FY21 Budget Amendment No. 6
Motion Hatch, second Anderson to approve Resolution 21-25 FY2021 Budget Amendment #6 as presented by Hutchinson. 3 yes votes, passed.
Juvenile Services Board Grant Amendment
Motion Anderson, second Hatch to ratify a grant amendment with Department of Family Services for $29,923 for the Community Juvenile Services Board extending the term of the contract through December 31, 2021 as requested by Hutchinson. 3 yes votes, passed.
VOA Grant Sub Award
Motion Hatch, second Anderson to approve a sub award grant agreement with Volunteers of America for $5,633.00 from July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022, which provides funding for youth services as presented by Hutchinson. 3 yes votes, passed.
Motion Anderson, second Hatch to approve Resolution 21-26 authorizing an application with WYDOT for dust suppression on County Roads as requested by Hutchinson. 3 yes votes, passed.
Motion Hatch, second Anderson to approve a Provider Agreement with Natrona County to house Uinta County juveniles at the Natrona County Regional Juvenile Detention Center for a fee of $195.00 per day as requested by Hutchinson. 3 yes votes, passed.
Fort Bridger Airport
Motion Anderson, second Hatch to approve an amendment to the Seal Coat and Mark Pavement contract with WYDOT Aeronautics to account for additional quantity needed for the threshold markings that were not originally included in the bid as requested by Clay Baird, Public Works Director. 3 yes votes, passed.
Federal Assistance Application
Motion Hatch, second Anderson to approve an application for a Federal Assistance SF-424 grant for $22,000 to provide funding for eligible costs at the Fort Bridger Airport as requested by Baird. 3 yes votes, passed.
Change Order No. 1
Motion Hatch, second Anderson to approve Change Order No. 1 with Straight Stripe Painting, Inc. to provide increased quantities for paint removal, temporary and permanent marking, and reflective media as requested by Kim Sylvester, JUB Engineering. 3 yes votes, passed.
Motion Anderson, second Hatch to approve Resolution 21-27 authorizing the County Treasurer or an authorized Deputy to invest county funds as presented by Terry Brimhall, Treasurer. 3 yes votes, passed.
Motion Hatch, second Anderson to approve Resolution 21-28 approving the named legal depositories and investment firms for Uinta County as requested by Brimhall. 3 yes votes, passed.
Sheriff’s Office Grants
Motion Anderson, second Hatch to ratify a Tobacco Inspection Grant renewal for $1,700 with WASCOP to conduct tobacco compliance inspections as presented by Doug Matthews, Sheriff. 3 yes votes, passed.
Motion Anderson, second Hatch to ratify an Alcohol Inspection Grant for $1,700 with WASCOP to conduct alcohol compliance inspections as presented by Matthews. 3 yes votes, passed.
Data Sharing Agreement
Motion Hatch, second Anderson to approve an agreement with the WY Dept. of State Parks and Cultural Resources, and the WY Dept. of Enterprise Technology Services to provide secure digital archiving of records with long-term value from the County Clerk’s Office as presented by Kim Goble, Chief Deputy County Clerk. 3 yes votes, passed.
Barry Bluemel Subdivision
Kent Williams, Planner, opened a public hearing to allow for comments on the Barry Bluemel Subdivision located in the located in the N1/2 SW1/4 Section 15, T15N R114W. Fred Coles, Wasatch Surveying spoke in favor; Allen Fairbourn expressed concerns over access to lot 4. Motion Anderson, second Hatch to approve Resolution 21-29 authorizing the Barry Bluemel Subdivision. 3 yes votes, passed.
Grant Final Report
Motion Hatch, second Anderson to authorize Chairman South to sign a Final Narrative Report for the 2018 Court Security Improvement Grant as requested by Kim West, Emergency Management.
Motion Anderson, second Hatch to approve the minutes of the June 15, and June 30, 2021 meetings. 3 yes votes, passed.
Meeting adjourned at 2:45 p.m.
Eric South, Chairman
BOARD OF UINTA COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Attest: Amanda Hutchinson
UINTA COUNTY CLERK
PUBLISHED: July 13, 2021 07134
NOTICE OF HEARING ON
THE UINTA COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT NUMBER ONE,
STATE OF WYOMING, BUDGET
The Board of Trustees gives notice that a public hearing for the proposed budget for Uinta County School District Number One, State of Wyoming, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, will convene in the Board Room of Uinta County School District No. 1, at Evanston, Wyoming, on the 21st day of July, 2021 at six o’clock P.M., at which time any and all persons interested may appear and be heard respecting such budget.
SUMMARY OF BUDGET
Available For Revenues For Estimated
Budget Budget Cash Plus Estimated Tax
Funds July 1, 2021 Without Levy Revenues Appropriations Requirements
General Fund $6,845,638 $34,235,829 $41,081,467 $47,329,513 $6,248,046
Special Revenue - 3,577,311 3,577,311 3,577,311
Major Maintenance 1,536,083 2,228,491 3,764,574 3,764,574
Capital Projects - 2,596,396 2,596,396 2,596,396
Food Service 900,041 2,105,341 3,005,382 3,005,382
Agency 1,007,896 7,830,091 8,837,987 8,837,987
Board of Trustees
Uinta County School District Number One
State of Wyoming
Chairman of the Board of Trustees
Clerk of School District
PUBLISHED: July 9, 13. 2021 07098
NOTICE OF LIEN SALE
To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that on July 17, 2021, 10:00 a.m., at 484 Silverwood Way #101 Evanston, WY the undersigned will sell at public auction in accordance with 29-7-101 the following: 2007 Hyundai Tucson VIN KM8JM12B37U527543-Titled Owner (TO) Rayan Bittinger, $432.60; 2011 GMC Terrain VIN 2CTFLTEC7B6210969–TO Victria Jhon, $432.60; 2008 Chevrolet Impala LTZ VIN 2G1WU593081248459–TO Mitch Jackson, $378.53; 2008 Chevrolet Impala LTZ VIN SG1WU583081248459–TO Trona Valley FCU - $378.53; a 2006 Hummer H3 VIN 5GTDN136X68166702–TO Sheldrick Valentine, $432.60; 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee VIN 1J4GW58N2YC305272–TO John & Beverly Smart, $446.25; for services rendered the owners of these vehicles.
Dated: July 1, 2021 Chad’s Automotive
PUBLISHED: July 6, 13, 2021 07067
NOTICE OF HEARING
The Uinta No. 1 Board of Trustees will hold a public hearing to receive public comments on proposed modifications to the budget for fiscal year 2021. The meeting will begin at 6:00 pm on Wednesday, July 21, 2021 in the board room, 537 10th Street, Evanston, Wyoming.
After the hearing, a resolution will be considered by the Board of Trustees to adopt the changes to the Uinta No. 1 annual budget for fiscal year 2021.
Interested citizens wishing to participate in this hear are invited to attend.
General Fund - Property taxes $7,797,867 $6,745,676
General Fund - Interest and investment earnings 110,554 35,000
General Fund - Other local sources 1,004,705 1,600,000
General Fund - Other county sources 580,738 690,000
General Fund - State sources 31,434,423 31,648,683
General Fund - Federal sources 307,922 -
General Fund - Regular instruction 15,946,009 16,026,573
General Fund - Special instruction 6,089,480 6,082,451
General Fund - Vocational instruction 842,151 851,548
General Fund - Distance Education - 150,000
General Fund - Pupil services 3,896,889 3,903,541
General Fund - Staff services 2,105,426 2,138,913
General Fund - Central administration 2,531,176 2,447,588
General Fund - School administration 1,977,772 1,971,094
General Fund - Business administration 620,700 618,432
General Fund - General maintenance 4,659,129 4,659,129
General Fund - Transportation services 2,477,351 2,468,078
Proceeds from capital leases and contributed capital - 334,017
Transfers (to) from other funds 92,880 60,716
Special Revenue Fund - Other local sources 818,300 26,321
Special Revenue Fund - State sources 36,000 53,952
Special Revenue Fund - Federal sources 4,280,701 5,061,240
Special Revenue Fund - Regular instruction - 492,176
Special Revenue Fund - Special instruction 2,177,768 2,740,361
Special Revenue Fund - Vocational instruction 65,000 106,465
Special Revenue Fund - Pupil services 14,303 219,528
Special Revenue Fund - Staff services 401,970 642,963
Special Revenue Fund - Central administration 21,549 84,357
Special Revenue Fund - General maintenance - 223,050
Special Revenue Fund - Transportation services - 50,522
Special Revenue Fund - Community support 823,000 73,504
Food Service Fund - Other local sources 680,449 100,000
Food Service Fund - Federal sources 1,100,000 2,200,000
Food Service Fund - Community support 1,662,464 2,300,000
Employee Benefit Fund - Interest and investment earnings
Employee Benefit Fund - Other local sources 7,048,249 7,100,000
Employee Benefit Fund - Insurance payments 7,048,249 7,100,000
PUBLISHED: July 9, 13, 2021 07099
Pursuant to the Wyoming Administrative Procedure Act and the Wyoming Public Service Commission’s (Commission) Procedural Rules, notice is hereby given of the Application of Rocky Mountain Power (RMP or the Company) requesting authority to establish new Tariff Schedule 400, Special Contracts (Schedule 400), as more fully described below:
RMP is a public utility, as defined in Wyo. Stat. §37-1-101(a)(vi)(C), providing retail electric service under certificates of public convenience and necessity issued by the Commission. RMP is subject to the Commission’s jurisdiction pursuant to Wyo. Stat. §37-2-112.
On June 28, 2021, the Company filed an Application for approval of proposed Schedule 400 to authorize the Company to enter into special contracts for electric utility service pursuant to Wyo. Stat. § 37-3-116, which allows public utilities to enter into service agreements providing they comply with the terms of this statute. Proposed Schedule 400 is a general tariff that provides guidelines for customers to qualify for an electric utility service agreement pursuant to Wyo. Stat. § 37-3-116.
Proposed Schedule 400 will be applicable to all customers that meet the eligibility criteria outlined in the tariff’s language. The tariff proposes a framework for eligible customers to negotiate and enter into a special contract or tariff rate. In order to qualify for service under Schedule 400, a customer must meet the following requirements: [i] have a minimum electric service load of 10,000 kilowatts (“kW”); [ii] either demonstrate unique characteristics of load or demonstrate a viable/competitive alternative energy source or business location; [iii] agree to terms, rates, and charges that generate enough revenue to cover incremental costs to provide service to the customer during the term of the contract; and [iv] agree to terms to reasonably contribute to fixed cost recovery. The Company developed the eligibility criteria in an attempt to maintain compliance with the statute, to provide structure for the negotiation process, and to protect existing customers by requiring the customer to pay for the cost to provide service, which prevents cost shifting.
This is not a complete description of RMP’s Application. You may review the Application at RMP’s Wyoming offices and at the Commission’s office in Cheyenne, Wyoming, during business hours or online at http://psc.wyo.gov.
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 August 6, 2021. Petitions 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 participate in this matter 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. 20000-602-ET-21.
PUBLISHED: July 13, 20, 2021 07134