UNAPPROVED - RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS FOR THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE TOWN OF WHEATLAND A regular meeting of the Council for the Town of Wheatland, Platte County, and State of Wyoming was held at Town Hall on March 11, 2019 pursuant to the law. Mayor Graves called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. The following were present at roll call: Councilmen Madsen, Ashenhurst, Schindler and Britz. Clerk/Treasurer Candy Wright and Attorney Doug Weaver were also present. Mayor Graves presented the agenda. Clerk Wright requested the Runway Reconstruction Project Change Order #2 be added to New Business. Councilman Madsen motioned, seconded by Councilman Ashenhurst, to approve the agenda as amended. Motion passed 4-0. Mayor Graves presented the consent agenda. Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Madsen to accept the consent agenda as presented. After a brief discussion Mayor Graves called for the question. Motion passed 4-0. February vouchers approved by Council are as follows: 4 RIVERS EQUIPMENT, 138.58, parts, A & M ELECTRIC, 2,335.45, power to diesel tank, AED EVERYWHERE, 1,135.40, batteries/pads, ALBERTSONS/SAFEWAY INC,149.13 ,office supplies, ALLEN’S PARTS SUPPLY,7.75, parts, ALSCO,86.90, mat rentals, ASHENHURST, THANE,150.00,town council, ATLAS OFFICE PRODUCTS INC,277.20, office supplies, ATT TECHNOLOGIES INC,196.96, oil, AVENUE OF FLAGS MEMORIAL,139.00,flags, BIRCH, 3,438.61, telephone, BLACK HILLS ENERGY,7,517.72, heat/damage, BLOEDORN LUMBER,440.96, hardware supplies, BLUE TARP FINANCIAL,189.99, 14 72 tooth blade col, BORDER STATES ELECTRIC SUPPLY, 841.68, electric supplies, BRANDON GRAVES,750.00, town council, BRITZ, WILLIAM R,150.00, town council, CAPITAL BUSINESS SYSTEM INC.,642.79, copier meter & usage, CENTURYLINK,187.33, phone, CHEMSEARCH,186.88, Mop bucket, CITY OF TORRINGTON, 7,768.44, sanitation disposal 10 trips, COAST TO COAST SOLUTIONS, 520.86, suckers/no drug symbols, COLORADO PAINT CO,746.40, paint, CONTRACTORS MATERIAL INC,485.30, hi vis jacket, CRESCENT ELECTRIC, 241.54, electric supplies, DANA KEPNER CO,1,913.30,water parts and meters, DBT TRANSPORTATION SERVICES LLC, 395.00, awos, DC DRILLING LLC, 46,066.50, well #4, DRUBE’S SUPPLY,461.21, operating supplies/hardware, ENERGY LABS, INC., 286.00, water/wastewater samples, ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES, 16,587.41, engineering water projects, ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES,882.45,sewer project, EXCEL WYOMING, 222,579.00, wastewater pond relining, FAT BOYS TIRE & REPAIR, 210.50,tire repair, FERGUSON WATERWORKS #1701,3,369.86, water parts, FIRST BANKCARD, 5,128.39, office supplies/google/trainings travel/subscriptions, FIRST STATE BANK, 19,273.85, retainage Mt View Builders water, FIRST STATE BANK, 30,000.00, health claims, FIRST STATE BANK, 5,606.80, retainage MT View Builders sewer, FRENCHMAN VALLEY COOP, 2,366.70, propane, HEIMSOTH, TRAVIS,750.00, electrical inspector, HERDT, RUTH,200.00, office cleaning, HILLSIDE RENTAL,468.48, heater, HORTON FUELS LLC, 4,939.37, fuel, IDEAL,71.48, coveralls, IMPACT POWER TECHNOLOGIES, 937.34, lithium batteries, INTERMEDIA.NET INC,712.74, phones, INTERSTATE BILLING SERVICE INC,81.93,Seal keyway, JENKINS AUTO BODY,287.20, parts, JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL,718.97, hardware supplies, KOIS BROTHERS EQUIPMENT,254.11,parts, KYCN RADIO,100.00, advertising, LAMBERT, MICHALE, 200.00, cleaning shop, LARAMIE PEAK MOTORS, 27.45, oil filter, LARAMIE PEAK MUSEUM, 1,000.00, services rendered, LAWSON PRODUCTS, 688.58, shop supplies, LINGO COMMUNICATIONS, 178.13, phone, LOCAL GOVERNMENT LIABILTY POOL, 22,508.00, membership renewal, LOCK TRUCKING CO, 4,017.01, semi-rebuilt radiator, LYLE SIGNS INC,6,415.40, street signs, MADSEN, ALAN,150.00, town council, MCELMURRY, JEANIE R,325.00, cleaning town hall, MERITAIN HEALTH, 35,155.54, HEALTH PREMIUMS, MORGAN, DEVONNA, 74.20, safety, MOUNTAIN VIEW BUILDING, 173,464.63, YO Ranch Road contractor, MOUNTAIN VIEW BUILDING, 45,850.52, sewer extension contractor, NEBRASKA PRINTWORKS LLC, 187.83, envelopes, ONE CALL OF WYOMING,35.25,tickets, O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC,62.24,auto parts, PARTSMASTER, 5,264.41,shop supplies, PETERBILT OF WY, 379.28, auto parts, PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL, 316.65, postage machine rental, PLASTIXS,3,651.12,6 supplies, PLATTE #1, 990.00, drug testing fee, PLATTE VALLEY BANK, 600.00, Easter eggs, QUEST INC,438.00, lithium ion battery, QUILL CORPORATION,140.70, office supplies, SCHINDLER, JAMIE,150.00, town council, SHOPKO DEPT 5485,45.84, office supplies, SIMPLY CREATIVE, 86.26, sympathy floral, SOLID WASTE PROFESSIONALS OF WY, 30,112.69, landfill closure, SPARKLETTS & SIERRA SPRINGS,135.73,Water & Cooler Rental, STANLEY ACCESS TECH, 947.84, SENSOR, AUTOMATIC FRONT DOOR, STATE OF WY, 18,273.87, SALES TAX - UTILITY, STEVENSON, TERRY, 200.00, emergency management, STREETS, MARK, 500.00, fire inspector, SUPERIOR EXCAVATING LLC, 7,458.31, wastewater pond, T.C. EDWARDS,4,437.00, movie theater heater, TDS COLLECTION SERVICE INC.,957.00, roll off rental, THRIFTY FOODS,52.35, shop supplies, TIMELESS,140.00, engraving, TRANSUNION RISK AND ALTERNATIVE, 100.00, monthly fee, VALLI INFORMATION SYSEMS INC, 818.05, mailing of bills, VERIZON WIRELESS, 269.64, cell phone, WAM, 450.00, winter conference, WARD ELECTRIC, 96,264.95, I 25/16th St electric project, WESCO RECEIVABLES CORP,1,434.00, electric supplies, WESTERN UNITED ELECT SUPPLY, 19,501.56, electric supplies, WHEATLAND AUTOMOTIVE, 659.70,Auto Parts, WHEATLAND GARAGE DOOR,885.00, transfer station doors, WHEATLAND REA, 4,255.94, electric purchased/safety, WY MUNICIPAL POWER, 254,470.72, power bill, WY RETIREMENT SYSTEM, 285.00, firemen retirement, WY STATE FIRE MARSHAL’S, 350.39, essentials of firefighting, WY WIRELESS INTERNET, 3,591.50, IT contract/ internet/new computer, WY WORKERS COMPENSATION, 198.48, fireman workers comp, WY.COM, 40.00, web hosting, Payroll $170,913.30 Total $1,313,478.52 UNFINISHED BUSINESS: Josh Morris, T-O Engineers, provided an update on the Airport Runway Reconstruction Project. Councilman Schindler motioned, seconded by Councilman Ashenhurst, to approve the FAA’s Flight Check Reimbursable Agreement for $18,752.58. Mr. Morris confirmed this would be covered by the current AIP grant. Motion passed 4-0. NEW BUSINESS: Dallas Mount addressed the possibility of adding a fuel tank at the airport. Discussion was held on the need, estimated costs and DEQ requirements for a tank. Council agreed to workshop the topic in the near future. Councilman Schindler motioned, seconded by Councilman Britz, to adjourn the regular meeting at 7:30 pm. and enter into the public hearing. Motion passed 4-0. Mayor Graves asked for public comment on the transfer of Lots 2 and 3 of Block 2 in the North Park Subdivision to Platte County Economic Development. Several members of audience spoke in favor of the transfer with no one speaking against. PCED Councilman Madsen motioned, seconded by Councilman Britz, to adjourn the public hearing at 7:47 pm and reconvene into the regular meeting. Motion passed 4-0. NEW BUSINESS: Rick Bowen from the Commodore Bar addressed Council on games of skill, slot machine type games, which are now banned in the local bars. No action taken. Clerk Wright presented the 2019 Trihydro Environmental Monitoring & Technical Assistance Contract Proposal. Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Madsen, to approve the 2019 Trihydro Contract Proposal with a not to exceed amount of $25,188.00. Motion passed 4-0. Mayor Graves presented Planning and Zoning appointments to Council for approval. Councilman Madsen motioned to approve the appointments. Motion died for a lack of a second. Councilman Schindler motioned, seconded by Councilman Britz, to transfer Lots 2 and 3 of Block 2 to Platte County Economic Development. Discussion was held on language within the agreement. Councilman Schindler withdrew his motion seconded by Councilman Britz. Councilman Schindler motioned, seconded by Councilman Britz, to transfer Lots 2 and 3 of Block 2 to Platte County Economic Development with the consideration that the property revert back to the Town of Wheatland if PCED were to dissolve. Mayor Graves called for the question. Motion passed 4-0. Josh Morris, T-O Engineering, presented Contract Change Order #2 from Paul Reed Construction. Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Ashenhurst, to accept Change Order #2 reducing the total contract with Paul Reed Construction by $10,168.40. Motion passed 4-0. With nothing further to come before the Council, the meeting was adjourned at 8:30 p.m. Next business meeting for the Town Council will be April 8, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. S/N: Mayor Brandon Graves Attest: S/N: Clerk Candy Wright
Public Notice No. 10425. To be published in the Platte County Record - Times March 27, 2019.