9-8-2020 Uinta County Herald legal notices


Official Proceedings of the

Uinta County Commissioners

Evanston, Wyoming

September 1, 2020

The Uinta County Commissioners met in regular session on September 1, 2020 in the commission chambers, 225 9th Street, Evanston.  Acting Chairman Mark Anderson convened meeting at 2:00 p.m. Commissioner Craig Welling was present; Chairman Eric South was excused.  Also present: Amanda Hutchinson, County Clerk.

Agenda

Motion Welling, second Anderson to approve the agenda amended to include Amanda Hutchinson with two additional items and the Commissioners with a board appointment.  2 yes votes, passed.

Health Plan Amendment #2

Motion Welling, second Anderson to approve Amendment #2 to the county health insurance plan changing the Third Party Administrator for pharmacy claims to OptumRx-Direct as requested by Kim Goble, Chief Deputy County Clerk.  2 yes votes, passed.

Union Wireless Contract

Motion Welling, second Anderson to approve a contract with Union Wireless changing the county’s cell phone lines to the First Responder Plan giving line priority to Law Enforcement and First Responders in the event of an emergency and reducing the cost to the County as requested by Kim Goble, Chief Deputy County Clerk.  2 yes votes, passed.

Public Health Emergency Preparedness Grant

Motion Welling, second Anderson to approve a contract between Uinta County and Wyoming Dept. of Health, Public Health Division for $100,000 to perform response activities through implementation of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Cooperative Agreement through July 30, 2021 as presented by Amanda Hutchinson, County Clerk.  2 yes votes, passed.

Health Fair Contract

Motion Welling, second Anderson to approve a wellness contract with Wyoming Health Fairs for optional blood screenings of Uinta County employees at the Evanston Health Fair and authorizes Wyoming Health Fairs to bill our insurance for the cost as requested by Amanda Hutchinson, County Clerk. 2 yes votes, passed.

WIC Grant Agreement

Motion Welling, second Anderson to approve the WIC contract with the Department of Health for $15,430.00 to be used for food and nutrition services for women, infants and children from July 1, 2020 through December 31, 2021 as presented by Amanda Hutchinson, County Clerk.  2 yes votes, passed.

Board Appointment

Motion Welling, second Anderson to appoint Clair Walker to a 3-year term on the Bridger Valley Heritage Museum Board.  2 yes votes, passed.

Minutes

Motion Welling, second Anderson to approve the minutes of the August 18, 2020 meeting.   2 yes votes, passed.

Vouchers

Motion Welling, second Anderson to approve warrants 444710 through 444837.  Payroll Warrants:AFLAC, $1,043.46, Insurance; The Hartford, $2,264.18, Insurance;The Hartford, $1,711.50, Insurance; Beneficial Life Ins Co,$227.84 Insurance; The Hartford, $2,248.49, Insurance; Clerk of District Ct for Uinta Coun, $374.00, Child Support; Continental American Insurance Comp, $536.20,  CAIC-AFLAC Group Ins; Conseco Health Insurance Company, $329.80, Insurance; Delta Dental Plan Of Wyo, $13,881.25, Dental Insurance; Evanston Parks & Recreation, $263.76, Employee Deduction; Uinta County Tax Account, $38,704.65, Taxes; Uinta County Tax Account, $84,672.54, Taxes; Mainstay Investments, $475.00, Deferred Comp Plan; National Benefit Services LLC, $6,126.57, Cafeteria Plan; OREGON CHILD SUPPORT PROGRAM, $417.45, OREGON CHILD SUP; UINTA COUNTY TREASURER (HEALTH PLAN, $243,272.69,Insurance; Uinta County Health Plan; Uinta Co Emp Ben Plan, $2,332.40, Insurance; Uinta Co Clerk, $10.00, Fees; WYO DEFERRED COMPENSATION ACCOUNT, $4,795.00, PLAN #93001-02 DIV 338/Deferred Comp Plan; Wyoming Retirement System, $56,763.34, Pension Plan; NCPERS Group Life Ins., $32.00, Insurance; Wyoming Retirement System, $30,645.02, Pension Plan.Accounts Payable Warrants:  All West Communications, $1,037.42, Phone/Internet Service; Anson, Melanie, $145.00, Election Judge; Armstrong, Robert, $120.00,Election Judge; Arnell, Debra, $120.00, Election Judge; Arnell, Lynn, $181.00, Election Judge; Auto Zone, $112.77, Parts; Axis Forensic Toxicology, Inc,$478.00, Forensic Lab; Barker, Ami, $128.05, Election Judge; Bartolic, Anne, $120.00, Election Judge; Barton, Jennie, $120.00, Election Judge; Beaudoin,Terri, $137.25, Election Judge; Blue360 Media, $154.70, Law Books; Bradshaws Home and Glass LLC, $25.15, Parts/Supplies; Bridgerland Carquest, $352.61, Auto Parts; Brinton,McKenna, $12.49, Meal; Brumbaugh, Carolyn, $120.00, Election Judge; Erickson, Glade, $710.92, Vehicle Repairs; Butcher, Charles, $120.00,Election Judge; Calmes, Glenna, $270.00, Election Judge; Cazin’s, $253.59, Hardware/Landscaping; Century Equipment Co, Inc, $1,235.21, Parts; Century Link,$1,685.81, Telephone; Cheney, Marissa, $120.00, Election Judge; Cheney, Tisa, $120.00, Reimbursement; City Drug Inc, $2,046.46, Medical; Clerk Dist Court(Jury Fund), $3,298.30, Jury Fund; Cold Springs Trout Farm, $880.00,Fish ; Condie, Ann, $137.25, Election Judge; Dasher, Susan, $30.00, Reimbursement;Dawson, Michaela, $120.00, Election Judge; DBT Transportation Services LLC, $1,111.62, Airport Services; DeGraw, Brandie, $137.25, Election Judge;Deru’s, $1,327.00, Bldg Maintenance;  DeVries, Catherine, $120.00, Election Judge; Earl, Janett, $120.00, Election Judge; Egley, Frostie, $145.00, ElectionJudge; Evanston Uinta Joint Powers Bd, $3,167.71, Rent; Eves, Sonja, $120.00, Election Judge; Fessler, Angie, $135.00, Election Judge; Jack’s Truck CenterInc (dba), $68.00,Parts ; Freeway Tire, $1,398.76, Tires; Billings Distribution, Inc. dba, $512.07, Fuel; Giorgis, Darlene, $120.00, Election Judge;Glaxosmithkline Pharmaceuticals, $3,173.40, Vaccine; Greer, Debra, $120.00, Election Judge; Greer, Scott A, $120.00, Election Judge; Hatch, Savanna, $120.00,Election Judge; Hicks, Deanna, $120.00, Election Judge; Horne, Deann, $120.00, Election Judge; Humes, Beth, $120.00, Election Judge; Hutchinson, Abby,$120.00, Election Judge; Hutchinson, Sarah, $120.00, Election Judge; Hutchinson, Starla, $120.00, Election Judge; Hysell, Renee, $120.00, Election Judge;IBS, Inc, $839.92, Parts; Rocky Mountain Battery LLC, $413.85, Battery; Jackson, Elisabeth, $120.00, Election Judge; Jensen, Mick, $120.00, Election Judge;Johnson, Marilyn, $145.00, Election Judge; Johnson, Katie, $120.00, Election Judge; Jones, Tracy, $120.00, Election Judge; Kallas Automotive, $1,711.63, AutoParts; Krotz, Bryan, $120.00, Election Judge; Krotz, Marsha, $120.00, Election Judge; Labrum, Crystal, $185.50, Reimbursement; Lester, Susan, $270.00,Election Judge; Liechty, Brent, $145.00, Election Judge; Mair, Luann, $120.00, Election Judge; Mair, Valerie, $10.00, Election Judge; Mander, Eric, $120.00,Election Judge; Mark’s Plumbing Parts &, $1,558.75, Parts; Bret McCoy, $145.00, Election Judge; McDowell, BobbiKae, $120.00, Election Judge; McDowell, John, $352.80, Election Judge; Mecham, Angelica, $120.00, Election Judge; Merck & Co., Inc., $2,233.82, Medical Supplies; Moon, Austin, $145.00, Election Judge;Mountain West Business Solutions, $1,046.87, Copier Maintenance; Myers, Stephanie, $120.00, Election Judge; Office Products Dealer Inc, $721.93, OfficeSupplies; Peterson, Ian, $120.00, Election Judge; Peterson, Thayne, $120.00, Election Judge; Pitts, Angie, $120.00, Election Judge; Premier VehicleInstallation, $6,338.88, Supplies for Vehicles; Questar Gas Company, $154.53, Utilities; Quill Corp, $919.66, Office Supplies; Randy Turner dba, $1,867.00,Tools; Rasnake, Kelly, $120.00, Election Judge; Real Kleen Janitorial & Repair, $478.10, Janitorial; Ready Rocks, $27,700.00, Concrete; RelaDyne West LLC,$5,796.37, Fuel; Robbins, Penny, $120.00, Election Judge; Rocky Mountain Power (Utilities), $7,350.85, Electricity; Rogers, Wanda, $120.00, Election Judge;Sanofi Pasteur, $1,150.93, Medical Supplies; Sawyer, Ruth, $145.00, Election Judge; Schmidt, Cody, $120.00, Election Judge; Schmidt, Laural, $120.00,Election Judge; Schmidt, Linda, $120.00, Election Judge; Schofield, Sherry, $120.00, Election Judge; Sharp, Nancy, $120.00, Election Judge; Sims, Regina,$120.00, Election Judge; Spruill, Barbara, $120.00, Election Judge; Stevens, Ilene, $120.00, Election Judge; Steele-Krichbaum, Laura, $145.00, ElectionJudge; SUMMIT FOOD SERVICES, LLC, $9,170.64, Food Contract Services; Sylvestri Customization, $600.00, Website Maintenance; Tanner, David, $381.55, ElectionJudge; Tessco Technologies Inc, $1,713.44, Communication Supplies; Two Guys Flooring Inc, $1,265.00, Flooring; Uinta County 4-H Council, $50.00, ProgramSupplies; Uinta BOCES Number One, $325.00, Program Support; Uinta Engineering & Surveying, Inc., $423.00, Professional Services; Uinta Recycling Inc,$2,733.33, Support Funds; United Refrigeration Inc, $537.31, Equipment Parts; Union Telephone Company, $2,027.35, Cell/Telephone; Verizon Wireless, $923.74,Aircard Service; Walker, Jean, $120.00, Election Judge; Walmart Comm Brc (Extension), $45.41, Supplies; Walmart Comm Brc (Public Hlth), $140.28, Supplies;Walmart Comm Brc (Sheriff), $81.47, Supplies; Wells Fargo Financial Leasing, $240.00, Copier Lease; Thomson Reuters/West Payment Center, $702.28, LawLibrary; Westar Printing, $176.75, Printing; Wheeler Machinery Co, $1,051.87, Equipment Parts; Wigginton, Shasta, $120.00, Election Judge; State Of Wyoming,$24.52,Access Fee; Zappia, Jeanne, $120.00, Election Judge.

2 yes votes, passed. 

Meeting adjourned at 2:16 p.m.

                        Eric South, Chairman

BOARD OF UINTA COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

Attest:Amanda Hutchinson

UINTA COUNTY CLERK

PUBLISHED: Sept. 8, 2020       09082

 

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CHANGE FROM UINTA COUNTY RESTAURANT LIQUOR LICENSE TO UINTA COUNTY RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE

Notice is hereby given that on the 5th day of August, 2020 a representative from Fiesta Guadalajara LLC filed in the office of the Uinta County Clerk, an application to change from a restaurant liquor license to a retail liquor license, licensed premise is located at 15 Meadow St. Urie.  Protests, if there be any, against changing the restaurant license to a retail license will be heard at 9:00 a.m. on the 6th day of October, 2020 in the County Commission Chambers, 225 9th Street, Evanston, Wyoming.

            Amanda Hutchinson, Uinta County Clerk

PUBLISHED: Sept. 8, 15, 2020 09081

 

PUBLIC NOTICE

Pursuant to the Wyoming Administrative Procedure Act and the Wyoming Public Service Commission’s (Commission) Rules, notice is hereby given of the Application of Rocky Mountain Power (RMP or the Company) for situs and non-situs Certificates of Public Convenience and Necessity (CPCN) to construct its Gateway South Transmission Project and the Gateway West Segment D.1 Transmission Project (Transmission Projects), 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 August 26, 2020, the Company submitted an Application together with testimony, and exhibits requesting the Commission grant both a situs and non-situs CPCN to construct the Gateway South and Gateway West Segment D.1Transmission Projects.

Gateway South is a 414 mile, high-voltage 500-kV transmission line that will begin at the Aeolus substation, which is located near Medicine Bow, Wyoming. From the Aeolus substation, the line extends west to Wamsutter, Wyoming, and then generally south to the Colorado border. From there, the line crosses through the northwest corner of Colorado, enters Utah, eventually terminating at the Clover substation near Mona, Utah. Construction of Gateway South requires the modification of existing 345-kV transmission infrastructure in the Mona, Utah area and modifications to the existing Aeolus and Anticline substations located in Wyoming and modifications to the existing Clover and Mona substations located in Utah. Due to the length of Gateway South, construction of two new series compensation substations are necessary, which are the Little Snake substation located in Colorado and the Coyote substation located in Utah. Modifications to the existing Aeolus and Anticline substations located in Wyoming and to the existing Clover and Mona substations located in Utah will also be required to accommodate the Gateway South.

More specifically, the Gateway South transmission line will pass through:

  1. 13 N., R. 93 W., T. 14 N., R. 93 W., T. 15 N., R. 93 W., T. 16 N., R. 92 W., T. 16 N., R. 93 W., T. 17 N., R. 93 W., T. 18 N., R. 93 W., T. 19 N., R. 92 W., T. 19 N., R. 93 W., T. 20 N., R. 84 W., T. 20 N., R. 85 W., T. 20 N., R. 88 W., T. 20 N., R. 89 W., T. 20 N., R. 90 W., T. 21 N., R. 83 W., T. 21 N., R. 84 W., T. 21 N., R. 85 W., T. 21 N., R. 86 W., T. 21 N., R. 87 W., T. 21 N., R. 88 W., T. 21 N., R. 89 W., T. 22 N., R. 80 W., T. 22 N., R. 82 W., T. 22 N., R. 83 W., T. 23 N., R. 80 W., T. 23 N., R. 81 W., T. 23 N., R. 82 W., T. 24 N., R. 80 W., T. 24 N., R. 81 W., Carbon County, Wyoming; and
  2. 12 N., R. 94 W., T. 12 N., R. 95 W., T. 13 N., R. 94 W., T. 13 N., R. 95 W., T. 14 N., R. 94 W., T. 19 N., R. 94 W., T. 20 N., R. 90 W., T. 20 N., R. 91 W., T. 20 N., R. 92 W., T. 20 N., R. 94 W., T. 21 N., R. 90 W., Sweetwater County, Wyoming.

Gateway West Segment D.1 will begin at the existing Windstar substation located in southeastern Wyoming and will run southwest to the Shirley Basin substation located 20 miles north of Medicine Bow, Wyoming. Gateway West Segment D.1 will require construction of a new 230-kV Heward substation located adjacent to the existing Difficulty substation and modification to the existing Shirley Basin, Dave Johnston, Windstar, and Anticline substations. RMP is also proposing to reconstruct 57 miles of an existing 230-kV transmission line that extends from the existing Shirley Basin substation to the existing Dave Johnston substation.

More specifically, the Gateway West Segment D.1 transmission line will pass through:

T.26 N., R. 78 W., T.26 N., R. 79 W., T.27 N., R. 78 W., T.28 N., R. 78 W., T.28 N., R.            79 W., Carbon County, Wyoming;

T.29 N., R. 78 W., T.29 N., R. 79 W., T.30 N., R. 77 W., T.30 N., R. 78 W., T.31 N., R. 77 W.,            T.31 N., R. 80 W., T.32 N., R. 77 W., Natrona County, Wyoming; and

T.31 N., R. 77 W., T.32 N., R. 76 W., T.32 N., R. 77 W., T.33 N., R. 74 W., T.33 N., R. 75 W.,            T.33 N., R. 76 W., T.34 N., R. 74 W., T.34 N., R. 75 W., Converse County, Wyoming.

To complete the Transmission Projects by 2023, the Company proposes a phased CPCN review process. First, the Company requests conditional CPCNs under Wyo. Stat. § 37-2-205(f) that allow the Company to: (i) by December 31, 2020, start the process to finalize acquisition of the rights-of-way necessary to construct the Transmission Projects; and (ii) by June 1, 2021, commence work on the Transmission Projects on a limited notice to proceed basis. Second, the Company requests completion of the Advanced Review Process and issuance of final, unconditional CPCNs to allow construction to commence on a final notice to proceed basis by August 1, 2021.

The proposed projects are necessary to allow for interconnection of additional resources to serve load by 2024 and allow interconnection of an additional 1,920 megawatts (MW) of generation resources in eastern Wyoming; offer time-limited federal tax incentives associated with new renewable generation will be enabled by the Transmission Projects to partially offset costs; to accommodate 2,500 MW of interconnection and transmission service requests governed by executed contracts requiring construction of the Transmission Projects; and to improve transmission grid reliability.

The preliminary estimated total cost of the Transmission Projects is expected to exceed $2 billion, which includes $915 million for Wyoming based facilities.

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.

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:

https://www.rockymountainpower.net/about/rates-regulation/wyoming-regulatory-filings.html.

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 October 1, 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. 20000-588-EN-20 (Record No. 15604) in your communications.

Dated: September 3, 2020.

PUBLISHED: Sept. 8, 15, 2020 09083

 

EVANSTON CITY COUNCIL

First Regular Meeting

September 1st, 2020

The official record of proceedings of the first regular meeting of the Evanston City Council for the month of September 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, Mike Sellers, and Mikal Welling. Council member David Welling was excused.

Staff members present at the start of the meeting were: City Attorney, Dennis Boal; City Clerk, Diane Harris; City Treasurer, Trudy Lym; Director of Engineering & Planning, Dean Barker; Public Works Director, Gordon Robinson;  Community Development Director, Rocco O’Neill; Police Lieutenant Mike Vranish; and  Director of Parks and Recreation, Scott Ehlers.  Police Chief Jon Kirby was excused.  A group of interested citizens were also present.

Approve Agenda

Council member M. Welling moved, Council member Sellers seconded, to approve the agenda.  The motion passed unanimously with 6 yes votes:  Williams, Lynch Ottley, Perkes, Sellers, M. Welling.

Approve Minutes

The official record of proceedings for the City Council Meeting held August 18th, 2020, and the City Council Work Session Meeting held August 25th, 2020 were approved as presented.

Bills

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

August 19, 2020 to September 1, 2020

VENDOR          FOR     AMOUNT

AXA Equivest   Payroll 458.00

Beneficial Life Insurane          Payroll 293.34

Delta Dental    Payroll 8,001.05

Evanston Police Benevolent   Payroll 240.00

Flex Share       Payroll 2,507.66

IRS Tax Deposit           Payroll 43,518.01

Orchard Trust Payroll 953.32

Parks & Recreation     Payroll 194.65

Vantage Point Payroll 106.66

Vision Service Plan      Payroll 1,131.50

WEBT  Payroll 990.00

Wyoming Retirement Payroll 62,416.85

Payroll Payroll 135,025.15

APT US&C       Dues    159.00

Blue360 Media           Supplies          835.45

American Equipment  Services           2,475.40

AllData Subscription Renewal 1,500.00

Ameri Tech Equipment           Parts    556.57

BH, Inc Contract          174,799.39

Dennis M. Boal           Services           3,847.50

Yeti      Parts    247.40

Cazin’s Parts    328.86

CD’s Electric    Services           1,773.66

Crest LLC         Contract          6,525.50

Verizon Wireless        Cell Phones     715.90

Boot Barn        Uniforms         110.49

Cummins Rocky Mountain      Parts    183.01

Norco  Small Tools     15.30

Thyssen Krupp Elevator          Services           15,669.75

Ellingford’s      Supplies          39.45

ChemTech-Ford Laboratories Testing 348.00

Evanston Parks & Recreation Reimb./City Subsidy    156,690.95

Fastenal Company      Parts    11.60

Great Basin Turf          Testing 140.00

Murdochs        Small Tools     159.93

Harris Law Office        Contract          4,000.00

Holland Equipment     Parts    6,411.84

Reladyne         Supplies          1,737.76

Evanston Regional Hospital    Testing 146.54

Intermountain Concrete         Small Tools     96.94

Interwest Fire Protection        Services           15,315.53

Floyd’s Truck Repair   Parts    537.61

JUB Engineers Contract          27,000.00

Kallas Automotive       Parts    342.13

Amanda R. Kirby         Services           1,800.00

Morcon Industrial       Parts    1,233.77

Mountain West Business Solutions    Supplies          1,688.20

Dominion Energy        Utilities           1,640.66

NALCO Company         Supplies          28,668.80

Quadient         Contract          3,293.58

OT Excavation Services           820.00

Office Products Dealer           Supplies          734.00

P.E.O Chapter Dues    960.00

Pine Top Engineering  Services           911.65

Staker Parson Companies       Supplies          1,896.84

Personnel Screening   Testing 255.00

Real Kleen Janitorial   Supplies          231.20

Rush Truck Center       Parts    148.98

Rocky Mountain Valves          Parts    2,586.00

Safety Supply & Sign   Parts    72.31

SCI Inc Contract          279,711.99

Shred-It USA   Services           85.44

Secretary of State       Notary 30.00

Standard Plumbing     Parts    159.28

Stateline Metals of Wyoming Parts    702.50

Superior Rental           Parts    52.99

Titleist Supplies          2,712.09

Turf Equipment & Irrigation   Parts    967.54

Uinta County Solid Waste      Landfill Fees    30,063.50

Century Link    Utilities           123.49

Rocky Mountain Power          Utilities           7,882.81

VFW Flag Fund            Contract          1,800.00

Vision Auto Glass       Services           315.00

VLCM   Supplies          156.00

Walmart          Supplies          443.75

XO Xtreme Marketing             Marketing       49,465.00

Westar Printing           Supplies          39.80

Western Wyoming Beverages            Services           816.45

The Lumberyard          Supplies          1,267.14

Yamaha Motor Corp   Contract          3,495.25

Highland Golf  Parts    62.50

Wyoming Dept of Transportation      Supplies          72.43

Evanston Cowboy Days          Contract          3,000.00

Uinta BOCES #1           Training           175.00

Education & Training Services            Training           499.00

Hilda Lino        Refund 100.00

Wesley Selby   Reimbursement          100.00

Cameron Beck             Refund 250.00

See More Putter         Supplies          350.00

Boss Auto Body           Services           294.31

Gladiator Materials    Parts    1,250.00

Robert of Tami Grasmick       Refund 100.00

Richard Randick          Refund 103.82

Christina Brinkerhoff  Refund 375.00

Robin or Lila May        Refund 100.00

Kathy or Anthony Tomassi     Refund 100.00

John Cummings          Restitution      30.00

Quinn Groneman        Refund 100.00

David Huggins Refund 82.22

Hzayana Razo Refund 300.00

XCELL Engineering      Services           2,680.00

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

Council Comments

Council member Sellers reminded everyone about the Health Fair next week.

Council member M. Welling wished everyone a Happy Labor Day and a safe weekend.

Mayor Williams commented that the trip to Portland to visit the Avalon facility was successful, with a lot of information being shared.  Rocco O’Neill, Community Development Director; Meike Madrid, Grant Writer/Community Relations; Council member Ottley, Council member Sellers were in attendance.  He also wished Council member D. Welling well, as he is recovering and healing from surgery.

Public Hearing/Liquor License Renewals

A public hearing was conducted by City Attorney, Dennis Boal for all the applicants that filed for the renewal of their liquor licenses within the City of Evanston.  Mr. Boal stated that all the applications have been reviewed by the City Clerk and the Wyoming Liquor Division. Notice for the hearing has been advertised for two consecutive weeks in the local newspaper and a notice has been posted at each place of business.  Mr. Boal asked if there was any opposition or comments regarding any of the liquor license renewals. There being no comments, Mr. Boal closed the hearing.

Liquor License Renewals

Councilmember Perkes moved, Councilmember Lynch seconded, to renew the following Liquor Licenses within the City of Evanston:

Applicant         Doing Business As       License

Rachel’s, LLC   Kate’s  Retail

It’s All Good, LLC         Munchies        Retail

The Last Outpost, Inc. Don Pedro Family Mexican     Retail

  Restaurant

Yellow Creek Liquor, Inc.        Discount Liquor           Retail

Wyoming Downs OTB 8, LLC   Wyoming Downs OTB Retail

Spanky’s Bar, LLC        Spanky’s Bar   Retail

Smith’s Food & Drug   Smith’s #86     Retail

  Centers, Inc.

Guru Harkrishan, LLC  Shell Gas Station & Truckstop Retail

The Golden Ticket, LLC           The Painted Lady Saloon        Retail

Fraternal Order of       FOE # 2359      Limited

  Eagles #2359

Dunmar Inn, LLC         Legal Tender Lounge   Retail

Sumo WY INC  Ichiban Japanese Steakhouse Retail

VFW Post 4280           VFW Post 4280           Limited

WyoGastro, LLC          The Pub at Purple Sage          Retail

APE Wyoming, LLC      Porter’s TNT Fireworks           Retail

GRMG ACQ 1, LLC       Pizza Hut #035951      Restaurant

Jalisco Mexican Grill, LLC        Jalisco Mexican Grill   Restaurant

Five - K, LLC     The Lincoln Highway Tavern   Retail

H.N.A., Inc.      Cowboy Joe’s  Retail

Fraughton Enterprises LLC      The Last Chance          Retail 

OB5, LLC          Border Beverage         Retai

Maverik Inc.    Maverik #162  Retail

Spirits of Red Mountain, Inc.  Spirits of Red Mounain           Retail

Bon Rico, Inc.  Bon Rico          Retail

Suds Brothers, Inc.      Suds Brothers Brewery           Bar & Grill

Lynch Consulting         Knights Inn      Resort

  & Investments LLC

Main St. Deli, LLC        Main Street Deli          Restaurant

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

Consent Agenda

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

Parade Route requested by Wanda Rogers for Disability:  IN Uinta County Parade on Tuesday, October 13th, 2020 beginning at 12:30 p.m. at the Machine Shop and ending at the Uinta County Library.

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

RESOLUTION 20-71

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A CONTRACT WITH THE WYOMING ASSOCIATION OF SHERIFFS AND CHIEFS OF POLICE TO PROVIDE FUNDS FOR THE POLICE DEPARTMENT TO CONDUCT ALCOHOL COMPLIANCE INSPECTIONS.

WHEREAS, the City of Evanston Police Department has found that inspections of alcohol retailers can help reduce underage drinking of alcohol within the community; and

WHEREAS, money is available from the Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs to help fund alcohol compliance inspections;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the governing body of the City of Evanston, Wyoming as follows:

Section 1.  The Mayor, City Clerk and Police Department are authorized to sign the Alcohol Inspection Contract with the Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs to help fund alcohol compliance inspections, a copy of which is attached hereto.

PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED this 1st day of September 2020.

Kent H. Williams, Mayor

ATTEST: Diane Harris, City Clerk 

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

RESOLUTION 20-72

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A CONTRACT WITH THE WYOMING ASSOCIATION OF SHERIFFS AND CHIEFS OF POLICE TO PROVIDE FUNDS FOR THE POLICE DEPARTMENT TO CONDUCT TOBACCO COMPLIANCE INSPECTIONS.

WHEREAS, the City of Evanston Police Department has found that inspections of tobacco retailers can help reduce underage smoking within the community; and

WHEREAS, money is available from the Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs to help fund tobacco compliance inspections;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the governing body of the City of Evanston, Wyoming as follows:

Section 1.  The Mayor, City Clerk and Police Department are authorized to sign the Tobacco Inspection Contract with the Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs to help fund tobacco compliance inspections, a copy of which is attached hereto.

PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED this 1st day of September 2020.

Kent H. Williams, Mayor

ATTEST: Diane Harris, City Clerk

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

RESOLUTION 20-73

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF EVANSTON, WYOMING  AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A GRANT AND COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FOR A TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT (“TAG GRANT”), FOR PIPELINE SAFETY FROM THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO OBTAIN FUNDS FOR ENGINEERING OR OTHER SCIENTIFIC ANALYSIS OF PIPELINE SAFETY.

WHEREAS, the City of Evanston has awarded grant funds from the U.S. Department of Transportation to be used by the City for technical assistance in improving the safe operation of pipelines in and around the community; and

WHEREAS, it is in the public’s interest for the City of Evanston to obtain and use the grant funds;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the governing body of the City of Evanston, Wyoming as follows:

Section 1.  The Mayor, City Clerk or City Engineer are authorized to sign and attest on behalf of the City the Grant and Cooperative Agreement for a Tag Grant from the U.S. Department of  Transportation to  be used by the City for technical assistance in the safe operation of pipelines in and around the community.

PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED this 1st day of September 2020.

Kent H. Williams, Mayor

ATTEST: Diane Harris, Clerk

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

Adjournment

With no further business to be conducted at this time Mayor Williams adjourned the meeting at 5:47 p.m.

Kent H. Williams, Mayor

ATTEST: Diane Harris, City Clerk

PUBLISHED: Sept. 8, 2020       09084

 

 

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