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 May 13, 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. The following additions were added under New Business: Petition for Change of Water Well Location and Agreement for the Transfer of Entitlements under Runway Reconstruction. Councilman Schindler motioned, seconded by Councilman Britz, to approve the agenda as amended. Motion passed 4-0. Mayor Graves recognized the Wheatland High School Academic Decathlon Team, along with their Coach Elizabeth Scicluna, for their state and national medals and twenty-five state championships. Mayor Graves welcomed the Wheatland Middle School History Day students to the meeting. Councilman Madsen motioned, seconded by Councilman Schindler to transfer $1,500, in exchange for odd jobs, to the Platte County School District #1 for the History Day student’s trip to nationals. Motion passed 4-0. Mayor Graves presented the consent agenda. Councilman Madsen motioned, seconded by Councilman Britz to accept the consent agenda as presented. Mayor Graves called for the question. Motion passed 4-0. April vouchers approved by Council are as follows: A&M ELECTRIC, 1,345.44, services, ALBERTSONS/SAFEWAY INC, 123.26, office supplies, ALLEN’S PARTS SUPPLY, 50.99, auto parts, ALSCO, 89.21, mat rentals, AMAZON.COM, 127.53, supplies, AMERICAN COLLECTION SYSTEMS, 64.50, supplies, AMERI-TECH, 155.74, parts, ASHENHURST, THANE, 150.00, town council, ATLAS OFFICE PRODUCTS INC, 101.40, garbage can liners, AUTO ELECTRIC INC, 12.44, pipe fuel, BIOLYNCEUS, LLC, 2,883.19, lagoon supplies, BLACK HILLS ENERGY, 2,754.78, heat, BLOEDORN LUMBER, 1,027.70, HARDWARE SUPPLIES, BLUE TARP FINANCIAL, 109.45, charger 12v, BORDER STATES ELECTRIC SUPPLY, 1,336.12, electric supplies, BRANDON GRAVES, 750.00, town council, BRITZ, WILLIAM R, 150.00, town council, CANDY WRIGHT, 116.55, supplies/safety, CAPITAL BUSINESS SYSTEM INC., 624.54, COPIER METER USAGE, CENTURYLINK, 373.56, phone, CITY OF TORRINGTON, 12,282.87, sanitation disposal & auto parts, CODY HOTLINE SCHOOL, 350.00, training for 2, CONSOLIDATED MFG. ENT., INC., 1,058.02, welding and face masks, CONTRACTORS MATERIAL INC, 399.00, diamond blade, CPS DISTRIBUTORS, 329.11, Cambridge ball stop, CRA PAYMENT CENTER, 69.96, parts and oil, CRESCENT ELECTRIC, 1,186.00, electric supplies & mini golf, DANA KEPNER CO, 1,035.66, parts, DBT TRANSPORTATION SERVICES LLC,1,667.44, AWOS, DC DRILLING LLC, 126,425.25, wells, DOOLEY OIL, INC., 1,446.85, oil, DRUBE’S SUPPLY, 830.76, supplies/hardware and FR, DUVALL, CLYDE E, 186.23, safety, ENERGY LABS, INC., 418.00, water & wastewater samples, ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES, 14,438.79, wastewater pond, wells & YO Road, ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES,3,124.88, engineering, FARIS MACHINERY,63.00, parts, FAT BOYS TIRE & REPAIR, 59.00, tire repair, FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, 18,752.58, flight check, FERGUSON WATERWORKS #1701, 12,556.13, sewer pipe & water supplies, FIRST BANKCARD, 3,624.89, office supplies, GOOGLE, school, travel, FIRST STATE BANK, 30,000.00, health claims, FIRST STATE BANK, 30,000.00, health claims, GOSHEN DIESEL LUBE, 928.58, semi repair, GRAINGER, 1,129.24, biohazard bags/portable generator, H & H ELECRIC LLC, 490.32, wastewater pond motors ,HAWKINS INC, 561.50, chlorine, HEIMSOTH, TRAVIS, 750.00, electrical inspector, HERDT, RUTH, 200.00, office cleaning, HORTON FUELS LLC, 8,810.44, fuel, IDEAL, 71.48, coveralls, INTERMEDIA.NET INC, 686.08, phones, INTERNATIONAL CODE COUNCIL INC, 230.00, Membership dues, J&A TRAFFIC PRODUCTS, 2,438.45, street sign posts, JIRDON, 3,428.78, fertilizer/grass seed, JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL, 280.15, materials/hardware supplies, KOIS BROTHERS EQUIPMENT, 157.81, supplies, KYCN RADIO, 200.00, advertising, LAMBERT, MICHAEL, 200.00, clean shop, LARAMIE PEAK MOTORS, 154.79, parts, LINGO COMMUNICATIONS, 178.06, phone, LITTLE LEAGUE, 150.00, sponsorship, LGLP, 950.02, settlement, LONG’S TREE SPAYING LLC, 6,580.00, PARKS AND CEMETERY TREE SPRAYING, LYLE SIGNS INC,1,015.74, street signs, MADSEN, ALAN,150.00, town council, MCELMURRY, JEANIE R, 325.00, cleaning town hall, MERITAIN HEALTH, 33,135.14, health premiums, MERRITT TRAILERS, 53.29, parts, MICKELSEN, VICKI, 763.64, training reimbursement, MOUNTAIN VIEW BUILDING, 44,766.33, YO Road, MOUNTAIN VIEW BUILDING, 2,744.10, YO Road sewer line, NEBRASKA PRINTWORKS LLC, 146.52, PD stationery, ONE CALL OF WY, 42.00, tickets, O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC, 358.87, auto parts/tools, P.C. PARKS & REC, 88,727.05, charges for services, P.C. REDI-MIX, 3,221.50, mini-golf concrete, PARTSMASTER,1,836.56, parts/supplies, PAUL REED CONSTRUCTION, 20,799.86, airport reconstruction, PAUL REED CONSTRUCTION, 496,282.47, airport reconstruction, PETERBILT OF WY, 2,739.08, auto parts, PH CONSULTING LLC, 428.43, office supplies, PLATTE #1, 80.00, pre-employment drug test, PLATTE VALLEY BANK, 18,000.00, water replacement fund, PRECISON AUTOMATION, 997.59, CO/alarm, PREMIER TITLE COMPANY, 10,104.56, purchase airport lot, QUILL CORPORATION, 678.25, office supplies, RADAR SHOP, INC, 345.00, re-certify radar units, RECORD TIMES & PC MERCHANT,887.58, advertisement/subscription renewal, RITE TRUST, 1,000.00, airport lot, ROCKY MOUNTAIN OILFIELD WAREHOUSE, 1,825.39, radio/accessories, SAFARILAND, LLC, 1,070.00, supplies PD, SALT CITY SALES, 608.75, gloves, SCHINDLER, JAMIE, 150.00, town council, SECRETARY OF STATE, 30.00, filing fee, SHERARD, STEVE, 250.00, pest management, SIMPLY CREATIVE, 75.00, gifts, SOLID WASTE PROFESSIONALS OF WY, 3,243.28, landfill closure, SOUTHWEST PLUMBING & MECHANICAL, 265.00, transfer station drain, SPARKLETTS & SIERRA SPRINGS, 165.19, water/cooler rental, STATE LANDS & INVESTMENTS, 33,400.00, loan payment transfer station, STATE OF WY,14,939.28, utilities sales tax, STEVENSON, TERRY, 2,000.00, emergency management, STREETS, MARK, 500.00, fire inspector, T W ENTERPRISES, 672.00, generator service, T.C. EDWARDS, 330.74, 8th Street Shop, TDS COLLECTION SERVICE INC., 1,414.50, C&D roll-off, THE LOCK SHOP, 253.25, downstairs rekey, HOMAS G. GOLDKAMP INC., 74.69, filing tabs, THRIFTY FOODS, 23.91, shop supplies, T-O ENGINEERS, 91,310.69, airport engineering, T-O ENGINEERS, 67,519.72, airport engineering, TRANSUNION RISK AND ALTERNATIVE, 50.00, credit search, USA BLUE BOOK, 140.70, parts, VALLI INFORMATION SYSEMS INC, 1,639.16, mailing of bills, VERIZON WIRELESS, 525.02, phones, WESCO RECEIVABLES CORP, 637.50, electric supplies, WESTERN BLDG, 783.18, parts/supplies, WESTERN UNITED ELECT SUPPLY, 1,640.00, transformer, WHEATCO SALES & SERVICE, 699.17, tires, WHEATLAND AUTOMOTIVE, 927.15, auto parts, Wheatland Fire Department Foundation, 285.00, physicals, WHEATLAND R.E.A., 7,146.81, electric purchased/poles, WY CONFERENCE MUNICIPAL COURT, 150.00, annual training, WY DEPT OF AGRICULTURE, 50.00, license fee little league concessions, WY DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION, 1,092.71, 16th Street study, WY MACHINERY CO, 199.90, service on machinery, WY MUNICIPAL POWER, 208,837.21, power bill, WY RETIREMENT SYSTEM, 285.00, firemen’s retirement, WY RIGGING INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY INC, 3,912.00, supplies, WY WIRELESS INTERNET, 2,081.50, IT contract/internet, WY WORKERS COMPENSATION, 198.47, WORK COMP, WY.COM, 20.00, web hosting, Total payroll 165,244.40 total 1,645,721.3 Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Ashenhurst, to adjourn the regular meeting at 7:30 pm and enter into the public hearing. Motion passed 4-0. Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Madsen, to approve a Microbrewery License for Windy Peak’s Brewery, LLC. Motion passed 4-0. Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Ashenhurst, to approve a Limited Retail Golf Club Liquor License for the Wheatland Golf Club. Motion passed 4-0. The public hearing was adjourned and the regular meeting was reconvened. UNFINISHED BUSINESS: Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Ashenhurst to accept the engineer’s recommendation for fixing the asphalt on Y-O Ranch Road and on Front Street in an amount of $8,329.00. Motion passed 4-0. Councilman Madsen motioned, seconded by Councilman Britz, to approve, and authorize Mayor Graves, to sign the Petition for Change of Location of the Wheatland No. 8 Well. Motion passed 4-0. Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Madsen, to approve the FAA Agreement for Transfer of 2019-2020 Airport Entitlements in the amount of $150,000. Motion passed 4-0. Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Schindler to accept the Agreement with Exponential Engineering Company as red lined. Motion passed 4-0NEW BUSINESS: Councilman Schindler motioned, seconded by Councilman Madsen, to approve a permit to detonate fireworks during the State Fireman’s Convention June 13th -15th, 2019. Motion passed 4-0. Mayor Graves presented Ordinance 821 Visionary Communications, Inc. Franchise Agreement. Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Schindler, to approve Ordinance 821 on first reading. Changes and additions to the ordinance were discussed in detail. Mayor Graves called for the question. Motion passed 4-0. With nothing further to come before the Council, the meeting was adjourned at 9:10 p.m. The next regular meeting for the Town Council will be June 10, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. S/N: Mayor Brandon Graves Attest: S/N: Clerk Candy Wright
Public Notice No. 10466. To be published in the Platte County Record - Times May 29, 2019.