8-10-2021 Uinta County Herald legal notices


Invitation to submit proposal

Uinta County is seeking proposals to replace a section of membrane roofing on the county complex at 225 9th street (approx. 90’x140’)

This project may require removal and replacement of the insulation foam under layer on the current roof deck. This project will require an on-site inspection prior to bidding and contractor will have to have all city and state licenses.

Proposals need to include delivery lead time and completion time to Evanston Wyoming based on a purchase OK given by 9/28/2021.

All proposals must be submitted before 9/24/2021

Submit to  Uinta County Maintenance, 225 9th Street, Evanston, WY 82930, Attn. Jeff Breininger, (307) 799-5513 -  [email protected]

PUBLISHED: August 10, 17, 2021        08101

 

PUBLIC NOTICE

The Wyoming Public Service Commission (Commission) approved the Application of

Bridger Valley Electric Association, Inc.’s (Bridger Valley or the Cooperative) for authority to revise its industrial and net metering tariffs and to implement a new high density tariff, effective for use on and after July 1, 2021. The Commission’s approval is subject to notice, protest, intervention, refund, change, further investigation, opportunity for hearing and further order of the Commission.

Bridger Valley’s industrial tariff revisions include the addition of a performance assurance provision requiring assurance in the amount equal to the estimated bill for 60 days service in the form of a letter of credit, surety bond, or other form acceptable to Bridger Valley to be maintained until the customer passes an objective credit screen, changes to its “Measured Demand” definition, and an increase in the facilities charge from $4.00 per installed KVA per month to $6.00 per installed KVA per month. The Cooperative is revising its net metering tariff, pursuant to Wyo. Stat. § 37-2-122, to compensate net metering customers at a rate equal to the avoided cost rate set by its wholesale supplier. The Cooperative states the new high density tariff schedule is meant to protect members from highly transient customers. The high density tariff will apply to non-domestic use, single or three phase, with a minimum demand of 200 kW and a minimum load density of 250kWh/sq. ft. and to customers the Cooperative determines to be capable of relocation within a short period of time.

This is not a complete description of the Application. Interested persons may inspect the Application at the Commission’s offices at 2515 Warren Avenue, Suite 300, in Cheyenne, at the Cooperative’s Mountain View, Wyoming business office or at: http://psc.state.wy.us/.

Anyone desiring to file a statement, intervention petition, protest or request for a public

hearing in this matter must file in writing with the Commission on or before August 26, 2021. A proposed intervention or request for hearing must set forth the grounds under which it is made and the position and interest of the petitioner in this proceeding.

If you wish to participate in this proceeding 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 contact the Commission by accessing Wyoming Relay at 711. Please mention Docket No. 10013-55-CT-21.

Dated: July 27, 2021

PUBLISHED: August 3, 10, 2021          08031

 

INVITATION TO BID

PUBLIC WORKS

NAME:   2022 OR NEWER 250/2500 ¾ TON CREW CAB 4WD LONG WHEELBASE PICKUP WITH FLIP  TOP SERVICE BODY

OWNER:

City of Evanston

1200 Main Street

Evanston, WY.  82930

Phone: (307) 783-6450

SEALED BIDS for a 2022 or newer 250/2500 ¾ TON CREW CAB 4WD LONG WHEELBASE PICKUP WITH FLIP TOP SERVICE BODY will be received by the City of Evanston at the Department of Public Works, 33 Allegiance Circle, Evanston, Wyoming; until 1:00 p.m., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2021, at which time any and all bids received will be opened and read aloud. 

BID SPECIFICATIONS may be obtained at the Department of Public Works, 33 Allegiance Circle, Evanston, WY  82930; Phone: (307) 783-6450; a hard copy requires a payment of $12.00 for each set; non-refundable.

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

W.S. 16-6-124;            5% Wyoming Materials and Suppliers Preference

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 or any part of 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 307-783-6450:

Carolyn Maddux         Administrative Assistant III

            [email protected]

Herman Roybal           Water Dist. & Coll. Manager 

            [email protected]

Gordon Robinson        Director of Public Works                    

            [email protected]

(If emailing questions or requests, include Bid name on subject line)

City of Evanston

Kent Williams, Mayor

PUBLISHED: August 10, 13, 17, 2021  08102

 

EVANSTON CITY COUNCIL

First Regular Meeting

August 3rd, 2021

The official record of proceedings of the first regular meeting of the Evanston City Council for the month of August 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; Council members 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 Treasurer, Trudy Lym; City Clerk, Diane Harris; Director of Engineering and Planning, Dean Barker;  Public Works Director, Gordon Robinson; Community  Development Director, Rocco O’Neill;  Director of Parks and Recreation, Scott Ehlers and Police Chief Michael Vranish.  A group of interested citizens were also present.

Approve Agenda

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

Approve Minutes

The official record of proceedings for the City Council Meeting held June 20th, 2021 was approved as presented.

Bills

Council member Welling moved, Council member Lynch seconded, to approve the following bills for payment:

July 21, 2021 to Aug 03, 2021

VENDOR          FOR      AMOUNT

AXA Equivest   Payroll 433.00

Beneficial Life Payroll 293.34

Blue Cross/Blue Shield           Payroll 165,723.00

Delta Dental    Payroll 7,737.75

Evanston Police Benevolent   Payroll 232.00

Flex Share       Payroll 2,868.96

IRS Tax Deposit           Payroll 43,922.09

NCPERS           Payroll 96.00

Orchard Trust Payroll 1,103.88

Parks & Recreation     Payroll 59.37

Vantage Point Payroll 109.44

Vision Service Plan      Payroll 1,167.54

WEBT  Payroll 924.00

Wyoming Dept of Workforce Serv.    Payroll 6,055.74

Wyoming Retirement Payroll 63,907.71

Payroll Payroll 135,516.07

Brownells        Equipment      220.83

Bay Valve Service        Services           8,503.60

Dennis M. Boal           Services           3,532.50

Yeti      Parts    959.49

Cazin’s Parts    531.96

CD’s Electric    Electrical         281.61

Cleveland Golf Supplies          107.20

Curtis Blue Line           Uniforms         724.84

Verizon Wireless        Cell Phones     755.17

Chemtech-Ford Laboratories  Testing 348.00

Energy Laboratories    Testing 331.00

Evanston Chamber of Commerce       Contract          10,388.00

Evanston Parks & Recreation City Subsidy/Reimb    162,135.85

Freeway Tire   Tires    920.12

Murdochs        Supplies          11.96

Justin George  Reimbursement          100.00

Reladyne         Supplies          513.72

Floyd’s Truck Center   Parts    201.37

Kallas Automotive       Parts    2,169.11

Amanda R. Kirby         Services           1,507.50

Morcon Industrial       Parts    567.59

Dominion Energy        Utilities           1,948.97

Office Products Dealer           Supplies          240.42

O’Reilly Auto Parts      Parts    35.99

Plan One         Contract          26,951.98

Personnel Screening   Testing 245.00

Shred-It USA   Services           98.27

Tom’s HVAC    Services           1,253.51

Uinta County Herald   Ads      54.50

Rocky Mountain Power          Utilities           8,787.60

WalMart         Supplies          409.65

XO Xtreme Marketing Contract          2,000.00

Wheeler Machinery    Parts    55.82

One-Call of Wyoming Tickets 165.00

Yamaha Motor            Contract          3,495.25

Prestige Flags Supplies          303.06

WCADVSA       Services           185.00

Semi Service   Services           988.54

Kickin Grass    Services           55.00

Ben Gilmore   Reimbursement          100.00

Trysta or Alan Burgess            Refund 100.00

Mackenzie Riebennacht         Restitution      135.00

Richard or Christy Zigweid     Refund 100.00

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

Council Comments

Mayor Williams and the City Council expressed gratitude to the Citizens of Evanston for their efforts conserving water.  The usage for July was down significantly.  Council member Sellers thanked Public Works Director Gordon Robinson for providing the graph showing water usage.  He mentioned that it was very helpful.

Consent Agenda

Council member Welling moved, Council member Ottley seconded, to approve the following Consent Agenda Items:

Limited Malt Beverage Permit requested by Evanston Chamber of Commerce for the “Light Up the Night” Water Lantern Festival at the Bear Ponds for the following date and times:

Saturday, August 21st, 2021   5:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Street Closure Permit requested by Tammy Staley for the Evanston Chamber of Commerce’s “Light Up the Night” Water Lantern Festival on Saturday, August 21st, 2021, at the entry to the Bear Ponds Area from 4:00 pm to 12:00 am.

Street Closure Permit requested by Gara Klements for St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church’s Parish Picnic on Saturday, August 14th, 2021, on Center Street between 8th Street and 9th Street from 12:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Limited Malt Beverage Permit requested by Evanston Volunteer Firefighters, Inc.  for the Demolition Derby at the Uinta County Fairgrounds for the following date and times:

Saturday, September 11th, 2021       4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Street Closure Permit - requested by City Drug for an Appreciation BBQ, for area First Responders on 10th Street between Main Street and Center Street for the following date and times:

Saturday, September 18th, 2021       8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

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

Ordinance 21-05

Council member Perkes sponsored Ordinance 21-05. Council member Sellers moved, Council member Welling seconded, to pass Ordinance 21-05 on first reading.

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING AMENDING SECTION 4-26. A. and B. 0F CHAPTER 4, ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES, TO PROHIBIT THE USE MALT BEVERAGE AND CATERING PERMIT TO OPERATE A CONTINUING BUSINESS.

The motion to pass Ordinance 21-05 on first reading passed unanimously with 7 yes votes: Williams, Lynch, Ottley, Perkes, D. Welling, Sellers, M. Welling.

Resolution 21-56

Council member Lynch introduced Resolution 21-56.  Council member Lynch moved, Council member Perkes seconded, to adopt Resolution 21-56.

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, Welling, Sellers,      M. Welling.

Resolution 21-57

Council member Ottley introduced Resolution 21-57.  Council member Ottley moved, Council member Welling seconded, to adopt Resolution 21-57.

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, Welling, Sellers,       M. Welling.

Resolution 21-58

Council member Ottley introduced Resolution 21-58.  Council member Ottley moved, Council member M. Welling seconded, to adopt Resolution 21-58.

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, Welling, Sellers,       M. Welling.

Department Comments

Chief Michael Vranish reminded everyone that on Wednesday evening, August 11th the Police Department will partner with Evanston Parks and Recreation to host a Meet and Greet at the Bear Community Center.

Public Works Director, Gordon Robinson wanted to thank the citizens of Evanston for being mindful of water usage.  He reported that over the span of many years our average water usage for the month of July is around 6.5 to 7 million gallons per day.  July of 2021 saw an average daily use of 5.5 million gallons per day. He added that our conservation efforts have paid off in the fact that we are saving about 1 million gallons of water per day this July as compared to past years.

Director of Parks and Recreation Scott Ehlers informed everyone that the WGA Golf Mid Am Tournament will be this weekend (Friday through Sunday) at the Golf Course.

Adjournment

With no further business to be conducted at this time Mayor Williams adjourned the meeting at 5:45 p.m.

Kent H. Williams, Mayor

Diane Harris, City Clerk

PUBLISHED: August 10, 2021  08103

 

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