7/12/2019 Uinta County Herald legal notices


PUBLIC HEARING TO AMEND FY 2019 BUDGET

UINTA COUNTY, WYOMING

Notice is hereby given that a proposal to amend the Uinta County budget for Fiscal Year 2019 will be considered at approximately 2:00 p.m. on July 16, 2019 in the County Commission Chambers in the Uinta County Complex, at 225 9th Street, Evanston.  All interested persons are invited to attend the hearing and make comments.

            Amanda Hutchinson

            Uinta County Clerk & Budget Officer

PUBLISHED: July 12, 2019       07126

 

BUDGET HEARING NOTICE

Proposed Budget Hearing for the

Uinta County Conservation District

Period: July 1, 2019-June 30, 2020

Expenditures:

            Administration            $135,790.00

            Operations      $856,260.00

            Indirect Costs    $65,374.00

            Capital Outlay     $3,500.00

            Total Cash Requirement                  $1,060,924.00

Revenue:

            Anticipated Cash and Revenue           $278,088.00

            Grant Funding $665,087.00

            Total to be used from Savings & Investment Account           $117,749.00

            Total Budgeted Expenditures          $1,060,924.00

The annual budget hearing for the Uinta County Conservation District will be held at 8:00 p.m. on the 18th day of July, 2019, at the Uinta County Conservation District office located at 204 East Sage Street in Lyman.  The regular board meeting will also be held on this date.

PUBLISHED: July 12, 2019       07128

 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Uinta Board of Cooperative Educational Services #1, in accordance with Wyoming State Statue 16-4-109 will hold a public budget hearing Wednesday, July 17, 2019 at 5:00 P.M. at the Educational Service Center, 537 10th Street, Evanston, Wyoming, Superintendent’s Office, for the purpose of receiving public input either orally or in written form on the tentative Budget for Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2020.

After the public hearing a Resolution will be considered by the Board of Directors to adopt the annual budget for Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2020. A summary of the proposed budget follows:

Summary of Budget

Budget Classification Activity Amount

Administration Budget           $   629,926

Operations Budget     $1,383,165

Indirect Cost Budget   $   341,924

Capital Outlay $     85,000

Total Budget   $2,440,016

Total Estimated Revenue Available    $1,959,120

Total Estimated Transfer from Reserve          $   480,896

Regular Board meetings are held the second Wednesday of September, March, and June, and December at 6:00 at 1013 West Cheyenne Drive Rm. 322, Evanston, WY.  All meetings are open to the public.

PUBLISHED: July 12, 2019       07121

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NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADMINISTER TRUST

You are hereby notified that on July 6, 2019, Catherine Ann Seale died in Uinta County, Wyoming. Catherine Ann Seale was the Grantor of the Catherine Ann Seale Revocable Trust dated August 24, 2006.  The Catherine Ann Seale Revocable Trust became irrevocable as of Catherine Ann Seale’s death. Catherine Ann Seale was a resident of Uinta County, Wyoming on the date of her death.

Notice is hereby given that Kristine N. Dowd, the named Successor Trustee of the Catherine Ann Seale Revocable Trust, intends to administer the Trust and to have the property, contributed to the Trust by the Grantor, distributed as provided under the terms of the Trust.  Claims against the assets of the Catherine Ann Seale Revocable Trust must be submitted in writing to the Successor Trustee at Clayton B. Thomas, Attorney at Law, P. O. Box 1976, Evanston, Wyoming 82931. 

A creditor must file a claim against the assets of the Catherine Ann Seale Revocable Trust or commence a judicial proceeding to contest the validity of the Trust within one hundred twenty (120) consecutive calendar days after the first date of publication of this notice, as provided by Wyoming Statutes section 4-10-507(a)(ii).  A creditor failing to file a claim or to commence a judicial proceeding to contest the validity of the Catherine Ann Seale Revocable Trust within the 120 days specified above is forever prohibited and barred from making any claim against the assets of the Trust or from commencing any judicial proceeding against Catherine Ann Seale or the assets of the Catherine Ann Seale Revocable Trust.  

Kristine N. Dowd, Successor Trustee

Clayton B. Thomas, Attorney at Law

  1. O. Box 1976, Evanston, WY 82931

PUBLISHED:    July 12, 2019 and July 19, 2019.         07127

 

NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE UINTA COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT NUMBER ONE, STATE OF WYOMING, BUDGET

Notice is hereby given that a public hearing on the proposed budget for for Uinta County School District Number One, State of Wyoming, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2020, which is now being considered by the Board of Trustees of School District Number One will be held at Evanston, Wyoming on the 17th day of July, 2019 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

            Cash    Estimated

            Available For   Revenues For  Estimated

            Budget Budget Cash Plus                     Estimated Tax

            July 1, 2019     Without Levy   Revenue          Appropriations            Requirements

FUNDS

General           $ 5,435,590     $ 33,103,011   $ 38,538,601   $ 46,018,496   $ 7,479,895

Special Revenue                      2,491,592        2,491,592        2,491,592

Major Maintenance    935,691           2,205,308        3,140,999        3,140,999

Capital Projects           13,459 135,025           148,484           148,484

Food Service   704,053           1,491,924        2,195,977        2,195,977

TrusT   882,947           835,237           1,718,184        1,718,184

Agency 1,092,696        7,062,485        8,155,181        8,155,181

PUBLISHED: July 9, 12, 2019   07091

 

EVANSTON CITY COUNCIL

First Regular Meeting

July 2, 2019

The official record of proceedings of the first regular meeting of the Evanston City Council for the month of July 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; Community Development Director, Rocco O’Neill; Police Chief, Jon Kirby;  Director of Engineering & Planning, Dean Barker; Public Works Director, Gordon Robinson; Director of Parks and Recreation, Scott Ehlers and Associate Planner, DuWayne Jacobsen.   City Treasurer, Trudy Lym  was excused.  A group of interested citizens were also present.

Approve Agenda

Councilmember D. Welling moved, Councilmember M. Welling seconded, to approve the agenda.  The motion passed unanimously with7 yes votes:   Williams, Lynch, Ottley, Perkes, D. Welling, Sellers, M. Welling.

Approve Minutes

The official record of proceedings for the City Council Meeting held June 18, 2019 and the Work Session Meeting held June 25, 2019 were approved as presented.

Bills

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

June 19, 2019 to July 2, 2019

VENDOR          FOR     AMOUNT

AXA Equivest   Payroll 458.00

Evanston Police Benevolent   Payroll 240.00

Flex Share       Payroll 2,393.49

ING Life Insurance      Payroll 13.20

IRS Tax Deposit           Payroll 44,196.74

Orchard Trust Payroll 750.56

Parks and Recreation  Payroll 208.41

Vantage Point Payroll 445.28

Payroll Payroll 137,889.30

Adidas America           Supplies          164.67

Agrono-Tec Seed Co   Supplies          300.00

Joe Brown       Service Award 100.00

Dennis M. Boal           Services           3,072.00

Bushnell Corporation  Supplies          408.52

Cazin’s Supplies          856.53

CD’s Electric    Electrical         2,624.98

Codale Electric Supplies          1,380.23

Verizon Wireless        Cell Phones     1,369.24

Deru’s Glass    Doors/Supplies           8,793.80

Ellingford’s      Services           32.50

Chemtech-Ford Laboratories  Testing 250.00

Energy Laboratories    Testing 1,472.00

Evanston Chamber of Commerce       Contract          10,388.00

Forsgren Associates   Services           6,017.50

Gear for Sports           Supplies          517.63

Murdochs        Supplies          95.53

Hach Company            Supplies          377.17

Harris Law Office        Contract          4,000.00

Reladyne         Oil       1,412.80

Hydro Tech     Contract          126,225.00

Intermountain Environmental Inc      Parts    2,755.00

Kallas Automotive       Parts    769.81

Amanda R Kirby          Services           2,205.00

Kaman Industrial Tech            Parts    1,789.98

M&K Striping & Maintenance Ent. LLC           Striping           7,143.90

Morcon Industrial       Supplies          877.78

Mtn West Business Solutions Contract          456.60

Morrison Maierle       Contract          12,515.07

Nalco Company           Supplies          26,494.65

Ott Hydromet Parts    1,388.10

OT Excavation Services           185.00

Office Products Dealer           Supplies          59.29

Staker Parson Companies       Supplies          922.32

Porter’s Fireworks      Contract          10,000.00

Rip’s Grocery   Supplies          23.60

Safety Supply & Sign   Supplies          376.00

Six States        Parts    367.16

Stonefly Technology   Equipment      2,567.62

Stateline Metals         Repairs            237.21

Tom’s HVAC    Repairs            673.77

Uinta County Herald   Ads      150.00

Uinta Engineering       Services           1,988.00

Rocky Mountain Power          Utilities           5,847.72

Vision Auto Glass       Repairs/Windshield    320.00

VLCM   Supplies          230.00

Walmart         Supplies          1,634.43

Westar Printing           Supplies          241.50

Western Wyoming Beverages            Supplies          26.50

The Lumberyard          Supplies          775.29

Creative Ink Images    Awards            298.75

Mity Lite          Tables 9,758.92

Media Skills    Marketing       21,875.00

Shipping Plus  Shipping          34.34

Horace Rhodes           Refund 250.00

Tabatha Ruiz   Reimbursement          325.00

Brad Tollefson Service Award 100.00

Sarah Nicholson          Reimbursement          820.00

Tiffany Janssen           Refund 100.00

Michael Jaimez           Refund 250.00

Calie Jacobs     Refund 250.00

Robin Thompson or Jeffrey Wall        Refund 100.00

Russell Horton Refund 100.00

Cole Coomer   Refund 85.00

Cameron Beck Refund 250.00

Chris Wilson    Refund 250.00

Mike Whittaker           Refund 250.00

Verdin Company         Repairs            788.79

The motion passed unanimously with7 yes votes:   Williams, Lynch, Ottley, Perkes, D. Welling, Sellers, M. Welling. 

Revenue & Expenditure Report

Councilmember Ottley moved, Councilmember Perkes seconded, to approve the Revenue and Expenditure Report for May 2019.   The motion passed unanimously with 7 yes votes:  Williams, Lynch, Ottley, Perkes, D. Welling, Sellers, M. Welling.

Council Comments

Mayor Williams and the Councilmembers wished everyone a happy 4th of July.  They also reminded everyone times to light fireworks have changed and asked everyone to use caution and be safe.

Councilmember David Welling reminded everyone of the annual 4th of July Festival which will be held at Bear Meadows this year.

Councilmember Sellers thanked all the Veterans for their service.

Mayor Williams welcomed all the EHS Alumni that will be participating in that annual event.

Appointment to Boards/Commissions

Mayor Williams made appointments to the following boards and commissions.  Councilmember D. Welling moved, Councilmember Perkes seconded, to confirm the following appointments:

Lodging Tax Board

Sherry Black (replacing Mark Smith) - January 2022

Planning and Zoning Commission

Tim Ridenour (replacing Dave Huggins) - January 2021

Parks and Recreation Board

Lindsey Kennedy (reappointment - January 2022

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

Consent Agenda

Councilmember D. Welling moved, Councilmember Ottley seconded, to approve the following: A Street Closure Permit requested by Mark Potter for a 4th of July party on Thursday, July 4, 2019 on 7th Street between Lombard Street and Uinta Street from 5:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.;  An Open Container and Street Closure Permit requested by Rachel Reifon for an After Brewfest Party on Saturday, July 20, 2019 on Main Street from 9th Street to 11th Street and 10th Street from Front Street to Main Street from 5:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.; and A Limited Malt Beverage Permit requested by the Uinta County Fair Board for the 2019 Fair on Wednesday, July 31, Thursday, August 1, and Saturday, August 3, 2019 from 5:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., each day. The motion passed unanimously with 7 yes votes:  Williams, Lynch, Ottley, Perkes, D. Welling, Sellers, M. Welling.

Ordinance 19-05

Councilmember Lynch moved, Councilmember D. Welling seconded, to pass the Third Amendment of Ordinance 19-05.  The motion passed unanimously with 7 yes votes:   Williams, Lynch, Ottley, Perkes, D. Welling, Sellers, M. Welling.

Councilmember Lynch moved, Councilmember Sellers seconded, to pass Ordinance 19-05 on third and final reading as amended. 

ORDINANCE 19- 05:  AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING AMENDING SECTION 24-15.(b) OF THE CITY CODE TO SET FORTH THE PERMITTED AND CONDITIONALLY PERMITTED USES FOR THE COMMERCIAL AND BUSINESS DISTRICTS AND AMENDING SECTION 24-105 TO ADD THE DEFINITION OF OFFICE.

Whereas, following notice and a public hearing, the Planning and Zoning Commission has recommended the City amend Section 24-15. (b) of the City Code to set forth the permitted and conditionally permitted uses for the commercial and business districts in the City of Evanston; and

WHEREAS, the Planning and Zoning Commission also recommended the City amend Section 24-105 to add the definitions of “Office” to the City’s Zoning Chapter;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING THAT:

Section 1: Section 24-15. (b) of the Evanston City Code is hereby amended and re-enacted to provide as follows:

Sec. 24-15.  Uses by right and conditional review.

(b)   Schedule of permitted land uses– Commercial districts and the Business/Light

Manufacturing district.

                                                  DISTRICTS

                                    HB-E                RB-E

            B/LM-R           NB-E    CB-E    HB-D   O-D      RB-D

                        NB-D   CB-D    HB-R   O-R      RB-R

USES

(1) Motels and hotels, including accessory

uses intended to serve only the hotel or motel,

such as newsstands, gift shops, and similar

incidental uses conducted entirely within the

principal building        C          *          *          P          C          C

(2) Office         P          P          P          P          P          C4

(2.1) Office, Professional        P          P          P          P          P          P

(3) Membership clubs, not conducted

primarily for gain        P          *          C          P          P          P

(4) Public and private golf courses*   *          C          P          *          C

(5) Private indoor or outdoor recreation and

amusement including miniature golf putting

courses, driving ranges, water slides, go cart

tracks, and other similar uses C          *          C          C          *          C

(6) Restaurants, including the sale of alcoholic

beverage with meals and which may include meal

service on an outside patio, not including

drive-in restaurants    P          C          P          P          P          P

(7) Drive-in restaurants          C          *          C          C          *          C

(8) Automobile parking lots and parking

structures, as a principal use  C          *          C          C          C          C

(9) Duplicating and printing services whose

building or use does not exceed 5,000 square feet

in total floor area                    P          *          P          P          P          P

(10) Art or craft studio space and accessory

gallery P          P          P          P          C          P

(10.1) Taxidermist      C          C          C          C          C          C

(11) Municipal, county, state or federal facilities

and buildings  P          P          P          P          P          P

(12) Public parks and playgrounds      P          P          P          P          P          P

(13) Gasoline stations without repair or

service facilities          P          C          C          P          *          P

(14) Gasoline service stations including

repair and service facilities (but not including

paint and body shops) P          *          C          P          *          P

(15) Personal service outlets, including barber

and beauty shops, shoe repair shops, serf-service

laundries, dry cleaning outlets, appliance repair,

travel agencies and photographic studios     P          P          P          P          C1        P

(16) Establishments for the retailing of

goods, including but not limited to

clothing, grocery, sporting goods,

hardware, electronic variety and

specialty and specialty stores where

the building or use does not exceed

5,000 square feet in total floor area  P          P          P          P          *          P

(17) Establishments for retailing of goods,

including but not limited to clothing, sporting

goods, hardware, electronic, variety and specialty

stores, where the building or use is grater than

5,000 square feet but does not exceed 25,000

square feet in total floor area P          *          P          P          *          P

(18) Establishments for retailing of goods,

including but not limited to department stores,

furniture stores, catalog stores, superstores

and retail warehouse/wholesale club, where the

building or use exceeds 25,000 square feet in

total floor area           *          *          C/DR    *          *          P/DR

(19) Supermarkets exceeding 25,000 square feet

in total floor area        *          *          P/DR    *          *          P/DR

(19.1) Supermarkets less than 25,000 square feet

in total floor area        *          *          P          P          *          P

(20) Indoor amusement and entertainment

establishments, including but not limited to

theaters, video arcades, bowling alley           P          *          C          C          *          P

(20.1) Gaming establishments           *          *          *          C7        *          *

(21) Recreation and athletic membership clubs        P          *          C          P          C          P

(22) Vehicle sales, recreational vehicle

sales, mobile home sales, and vehicle

accessory dealers and repair services

excluding junk yards   P          *          *          P          *          *

(22.1) Vehicle sales, recreational vehicle

sales and vehicle accessory dealers and repair

services excluding junk yards P          *          *          P          *          C5

(23) Drive-in, walk-up and drive-up facilities,

such as banks and automatic banking machines,

liquor stores, photo stores and cleaning

establishments                       *          *          C          C          C          C

(24) Financial institutions, including banks,

savings and loans, finance companies and

similar uses     *          *          P          C          C          P

(25) Mortuaries and funeral chapels and

accessory uses P          C          C          P          C          C2

(26) Commercial uses including without

limitation animal hospitals without indoor

outdoor kennels, cold storage lockers, rental

establishments,  service garages,

but only if there are adequate safeguards to

protect adjoining properties form objectionable

or harmful substances, conditions or operations      P          *          *          C          *          *

(26.1) Car wash           P          *          C          C          *          C6

(26.2) Rental Establishments C          *          C          C          *          C10

(27) Single-unit detached and dwellings

on ground floor           C          C          C          C          C          C

(28) Dwellings on floors above and below,

the ground floor         C          C          C          C          C          P1

(29) Mini self-storage facilities          P          *          *          C          *          C

(30) Churches and places of worship P          C          C          C          C          C

(31) Lumber yards, building or  plumbing

supply stores with exterior storage of materials      

or equipment  C          *          *          C          *          *

(32) Day care centers and child educational

facilities          *          C          C          *          C          C

(33) Public and private educational facilities

and institutions           C          *          C          C          *          C

(34) Transpiration centers for buses, taxis

or trains          P          *          C          C          *          C

(35) Windmills for generation of electrical

power                          C          C          C          C          C          C

(36) Package liquor stores      C          *          C          C          *          P

(37) Bars, cocktail lounges, taverns    C          *          *          C          *          P

(38) Microbrewery      C          *          *          C          *          P

(39) Auto paint and body shops         P          *          *          C8        *          *

(40) Building, electrical and plumbing contractors

with on-site storage of equipment or materials        C          *          *          *          *          *

(41) Woodworking and

         similar uses         P          *          *          *          *          *

(42) Freight Delivery, and       P          *          *          *          *          *

            Pick-up 

(43) Greenhouse Nursery

       Stock Production

 and Sales       P          *          *          *          *          *

(44) Light Manufacturing, processing and

assembly         P          *          *          *          *          P

(45) Welding Services P          *          *          *          *          *

(46) Technology operations including

cryptocurrency mining, block chain and

similar uses     P          *          *          *          *          C9

(47) Accessory uses and buildings      P          P          P          P          P          P

P = Permitted Use

P1 = Permitted in RB-E district only; conditionally permitted in RB-D districts and

            RB-R   districts.

C = Conditional review use

*  =  Prohibited use

DR  = Design Review

C1  = Conditional review use permitted only when part of an office building, primarily not  as a free-standing building.

C2  = Conditional review use in RB-R and RB-E districts only; prohibited in RB-D district.

C3 = Conditional review use permitted, limited to one unit per lot to be used only as a residence for one employee as caretaker unit.

C4 = Office as the principal use on the first floor of buildings in the RB district shall only be permitted as conditional uses, but uses by right in the RB districts on all floors above or below the first or ground level floor.

C5 = Prohibited in the Regional Business-Established Zone and the Regional Business-Redeveloping Zone but may be conditionally permitted in the Regional Business-Developing Zone on lots with a minimum size of 2.5 acres.

C6 = Prohibited in the Regional Business Established Zone and the Regional Business Redeveloping Zone, but may be conditionally permitted in the Regional Business Developing Zone.

C7 = As set forth in the gaming overlay, within the HB-E district only. A conditional use permit shall not be granted until all state and county licenses have been obtained by the applicant.

C8 = Conditional review use in HB-E only.

C9 = Conditionally permitted in the RB zoning district on floors above and below the ground floor or 1st floor level. Limited to no more than 100 servers.

C10 = Permitted as a conditional review use in developing districts only. The rental of equipment or other items may be conducted onsite only if  the cleaning, maintenance and repair of all rental equipment or other items shall be conducted and performed in an enclosed on-site building which shall confine and contain any noise, smoke, vapor, dust, odor, glare, vibration, fumes, or other environmental contamination.  All waste, contamination or other environmental discharges produced by the cleaning, maintenance and repair of equipment or other rental items shall be controlled, treated and disposed of in accordance with the applicable state or federal regulations. An enclosed building means a structure surrounded by full length walls from roof to ground, which may include doors and windows, and having a roof enclosing the entire structure. Any outdoor storage of equipment, equipment parts or other rental items shall be screened from view by landscaping or a fence.

Section 2 :   The definition of “Office” and “Office, Professional”  are hereby added to Section 24-105 of the Evanston City Code to read as follows:

Sec. 24-105.    Definitions and standards enumerated.

OFFICE –-Office means a structure, room, or suite of rooms in which clerical, bookkeeping, administrative work or other activity is carried out for a business, service or person and which is not considered a professional office, as defined below. 

OFFICE, PROFESSIONAL--A professional office is a office of a member of a recognized profession maintained for the conduct of that profession. A profession is a vocation, requiring advanced study in a specialized field which also requires licensing or certification by the state and maintenance of professional standards applicable to the field.  Professional office shall include the office of a doctor, dentist, lawyer, architect, engineer, geologist, surveyor, insurance agent, real estate agent, real estate appraiser, accountant, or similar professions or professional services.

PASSED AND APPROVED on First Reading this 4th day of June, 2019.

PASSED AND APPROVED on Second Reading this 18th day of June, 2019.

PASSED AND APPROVED on Third and Final Reading this 2nd day of July, 2019.

            CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING

            Kent H. Williams, Mayor

ATTEST: Nancy Stevenson, City Clerk

The motion to pass Ordinance 19-05 on third and final reading as amended, passed unanimously with 7 yes votes:  Williams, Lynch, Ottley, Perkes, D. Welling, Sellers, M. Welling.

Ordinance 19-06

Councilmember D. Welling moved, Councilmember Sellers seconded, to pass Ordinance 19-06 on third and final reading.

ORDINANCE 19-06:  AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING ENACTING SECTION 24-108.1 OF THE CITY CODE AUTHORIZING THE PLANNING DEPARTMENT TO APPROVE THE TRANSFER OF A CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT AND AN EXISTING USE IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING THAT:

WHEREAS, following notice and a public hearing, the Planning and Zoning Commission has recommended the City add a Section to the City Code which would allow the transfer of conditional use permit without a public hearing or review by the Planning and Zoning Commission; 

Section 1: Section 24-108.1.  of the Evanston City Code is hereby enacted to provide as follows:

Sec. 24-108.1  Transfer of a conditional use permit.

  1. The Evanston Planning Department may, without a public hearing or review by the Planning and Zoning Commission, approve the transfer or assignment to a subsequent landowner, lessee or tenant a Conditional Use Permit for a site, if the use is the same as the most recently approved Conditional Use Permit and the use by the subsequent land owner, lessee or tenant will comply with  the terms and  conditions of the permit.
  2. To obtain the approval of a transfer or assignment of a Conditional Use Permit or an existing use, a person shall submit a completed application and fee to the Evanston Planning Department
  3. If an applicant is unable to obtain the approval of a transfer or assignment from the Evanston Planning Department, the applicant may bring the matter before the governing body for its consideration. The governing body shall have the authority to affirm, reverse or modify the decision of the Evanston Planning Department. 

  PASSED AND APPROVED on First Reading this 4th day of June, 2019.

PASSED AND APPROVED on Second Reading this 18th day of June, 2019.

PASSED AND APPROVED on Third and Final Reading this 2nd day of July, 2019.

            CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING

            Kent H. Williams, Mayor

ATTEST: Nancy Stevenson, City Clerk

The motion to pass Ordinance 19-06 on third and final reading passed unanimously with 7 yes votes:  Williams, Lynch, Ottley, Perkes, D. Welling, Sellers, M. Welling.

Resolution 19-38

Councilmember Lynch introduced Resolution 19-38. Councilmember Lynch moved, Councilmember D. Welling seconded, to adopt Resolution 19-38.

RESOLUTION 19-38:  RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING, AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A CONTRACT FOR SERVICES WITH THE EVANSTON YOUTH CLUB FOR BOYS AND GIRLS, A WYOMING NON PROFIT CORPORATION.

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

Resolution 19-39

Councilmember Perkes introduced Resolution 19-39. Councilmember Perkes moved, Councilmember M. Welling seconded, to adopt Resolution 19-39.

RESOLUTION 19-39:  RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING, AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A CONTRACT FOR SERVICES WITH THE EVANSTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

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

Resolution 19-40

Councilmember Ottley introduced Resolution 19-40. Councilmember Ottley moved, Councilmember D. Welling seconded, to adopt Resolution 19-40.

RESOLUTION 19-40:  RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING, AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF AN AGREEMENT WITH ARTS, INC. D/B/A YOUNG MUSICIANS TO PROVIDE MUSIC EDUCATION AND CULTURAL ACTIVITIES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE YOUTH.

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

Resolution 19-41

Councilmember D. Welling introduced Resolution 19-41. Councilmember D. Welling moved, Councilmember M. Welling seconded, to adopt Resolution 19-41.

RESOLUTION 19-41:  RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING, AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A CONTRACT FOR SERVICES WITH THE EVANSTON RODEO SERIES, A WYOMING NON PROFIT CORPORATION.

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

Resolution 19-42

Councilmember Ottley introduced Resolution 19-42. Councilmember Ottley moved, Councilmember Sellers seconded, to adopt Resolution 19-42.

RESOLUTION 19-42:  RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING, AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A CONTRACT FOR SERVICES WITH COWBOY DAY’S INCORPORATED, A WYOMING NON PROFIT CORPORATION.

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

Resolution 19-43

Councilmember Perkes introduced Resolution 19-43. Councilmember Perkes moved, Councilmember Lynch seconded, to adopt Resolution 19-43.

RESOLUTION 19-43:  A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF AN AGREEMENT WITH THE UINTA COUNTY HUMAN SERVICE BOARD TO PROVIDE HUMAN SERVICES FOR THE CITIZENS OF EVANSTON.

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

Resolution 19-44

Councilmember Lynch introduced Resolution 19-44. Councilmember Lynch moved, Councilmember M. Welling seconded, to adopt Resolution 19-44.

RESOLUTION 19-44:   RESOLUTION DECLARING THE INTENTION OF THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING, TO VACATE A PORTION OF KIMBERLY AVENUE OF THE FAIR MEADOWS PARK ADDITION TO THE CITY OF EVANSTON, AS MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED HEREIN AND HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING.

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

Public Participation

Travis Hogman address the Mayor and City Councilmembers, thanking them and staff for all the time and effort that has been put into the changes made to update the zoning ordinance.

Adjournment

With no further business to be conducted at this time Mayor Williams adjourned the meeting at 6:08 p.m.

            Kent H. Williams, Mayor

Nancy Stevenson, City Clerk

PUBLISHED: July 12, 2019       07125

 

NOTICE

TAKE NOTICE that on the 2nd day of July, 2019, the governing body of the City of Evanston, Uinta County, Wyoming, adopted a Resolution expressing its intent to vacate  portion of Kimberly Avenue, which is more particularly described as follows, to-wit:

A parcel of land located within the boundaries of Fair Meadows Park, City of Evanston, Uinta County, Wyoming, as said Park is platted and recorded in the Office of the Uinta County Clerk, said parcel being part of Kimberly Avenue as laid out upon the plat of said Park, and being more particularly described as follows:

BEGINNING at the Southeast corner of said Park and running thence S 89°48’15” W, 40.00 feet along the South boundary of said Park to the Southeast corner of Lot 43, Block 1 therein;

thence N 0°02’47” W, 100.00 feet along the East boundary of said Lot 43 to the Northeast corner thereof;

thence N 89°48’02” E, 40.00 feet to a point on the East boundary of said Park;

thence S 0°02’47” E, 100.00 feet along the  East boundary of said Park to the POINT OF BEGINNING.

Said parcel containing 0.092 acres, more or less.

The City of Evanston shall reserve all necessary easements for the construction, repair, replacement and maintenance of overhead and underground utilities, including but not limited to electrical lines, natural gas lines, water lines, sewer lines, storm sewer lines, television transmission lines and telephone lines.

On August 6, 2019, at 5:30 p.m., a public hearing will be held in the City Council Chambers of the Evanston City Hall, 1200 Main Street, Evanston, Wyoming, respecting said vacation.  All protests, remonstrances and objections to the proposed vacation can be filed with the City Clerk of the City of Evanston, Wyoming, in writing, prior to or at the time set for the hearing. Public comments will also be received at the hearing;          

Dated this 5th day of July, 2019.

Nancy Stevenson, City Clerk

PUBLISHED: July 12, 19, 26, Aug. 2, 2019       07124

 

NOTICE OF INTENT TO DESIGNATE

STUDENT DIRECTORY INFORMATION

To All Interested Persons:

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that Uinta County School District Number One, State of Wyoming, may designate certain personally identifiable information as directory information for the school year 2019-2020.. The District intends to designate student names, addresses, telephone numbers, date and place of birth, major fields of study (if applicable), participation in officially recognized activities and sports, weight and height of athletic team members, attendance dates, degrees and awards received and the most recent previous educational agency or institution attended by a particular student as directory information for students enrolled in the District.

PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that any parent, guardian or legal custodian of a student enrolled in Uinta county School District Number One, State of Wyoming may refuse to permit the designation of the above-entitled categories of personally identifiable information with respect to a particular student as directory information provided that such parent, guardian or legal custodian of the student inform the Superintendent or designee, Uinta County School District Number One, Evanston, State of Wyoming, in writing, within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, that the above personally identifiable information is not to be designated as directory information with respect to that student for the ensuing school year.

Uinta County School District Number One does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a parent, marital status, or political affiliation in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in its educational programs or activities. Inquiries concerning Title VI, Title IX, Section 504, and the Americans with Disabilities Act may be referred to the Uinta County School District Number One Human Resources Office, 537 Tenth Street, Evanston, Wyoming 82930, (307) 789-7571 ext 1023; or the Wyoming State Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights Coordinator, 2nd Floor, Hathaway Building, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002-0050, (307) 777-6189

PUBLISHED: July 12, 2019       07123

 

Official Proceedings of the

Uinta County Commissioners

Evanston, Wyoming

July 2, 2019

The Uinta County Commissioners met in regular session on July 2, 2019 in the commission chambers, 225 9th Street, Evanston, Wyoming.  Chairman Eric South convened meeting at 2:00 p.m.  Commissioners Mark Anderson and Craig Welling were present.  Also present: Amanda Hutchinson, County Clerk; Loretta Howieson, County Attorney and Doug Matthews, Sheriff.

Agenda

Motion Welling, second Anderson to approve the agenda amended to include Kent Williams and Amanda Hutchinson with 2 additional items. 3 yes votes, passed.

Commissioners Scholarship Renewal

Motion Welling, second Anderson to award the Commissioner’s $500 Scholarship Renewal to Delaney Lupher.  3 yes votes, passed.

Library Board Appointment

Motion Anderson, second Welling to appoint Laura L. Bateman to the Library Board to fill an unexpired term through 2020.  3 yes votes, passed.

WIC Grant Agreement

Motion Welling, second Anderson to approve the WIC contract with the Department of Health for $14,899.00 to be used for food and nutrition services for women, infants and children from July 1, 2019 through December 31, 2020 as presented by Amanda Hutchinson, County Clerk.  3 yes votes, passed.

Health Insurance Stop Loss Renewal

Motion Anderson, second Welling to approve a renewal with QBE for stop loss coverage for the county’s self-funded employee health insurance plan amended to include a 4.18% rate increase as presented by Amanda Hutchinson, County Clerk.  3 yes votes, passed.

Grandstand Grant Resolution

Motion Welling, second Anderson to approve Resolution 19-09 to replace Resolution 19-06 amended to meet requirements of the Abandoned Mine Lands (AML) Public Facilities Grant Program.  The requested amount of the grant is $1,518,260.00 for replacement of the existing grandstands at the Uinta County Fairgrounds as requested by Amanda Hutchinson, County Clerk.  3 yes votes, passed.

MOU with Natrona County

Motion Anderson,<

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