RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS FOR THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE TOWN OF WHEATLAND
UNAPPROVED A regular meeting of the Council for the Town of Wheatland, Platte County, and State of Wyoming was held at Town Hall on Monday, March 9, 2020 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 and Britz. Clerk/Treasurer Candy Wright and Attorney Doug Weaver were also present. Mayor Graves presented the agenda with the addition of an Addendum to the 16th Street Reconnaissance Report under Unfinished Business. Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Madsen, to accept the agenda as amended. Motion passed 3-0. Councilman Madsen motioned, seconded by Councilman Britz, to confirm the appointment of Robert Bullock as an alternate for the Planning & Zoning Commission. Motion passed 3-0. Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Madsen, to confirm the appointment of Doug Willadsen as the Chief of Police. Motion passed 3-0. Councilman Madsen motioned, seconded by Councilman Ashenhurst, to accept the consent agenda as presented and place on file. Motion passed 3-0.
February vouchers approved by Council are as follows: 4 Rivers Equipment 159.57 mower repair, Albertson/Safeway Inc. 33.87 office supplies, Allen’s Parts 396.50 parts, Alsco 90.56 mat rental, Anton Collins Mitchell LLP 5,870.00 audit, Ashenhurst, Thane 150.00 town council, Black Hills 5,130.97 heat, Bloedorn Lumber 205.82 supplies, Blue Tarp Financial 39.99 tools, Bomgaars 874.25 supplies, Border States 1,578.44 electric supplies, Graves, Brandon 750.00 town council, Britz, William 150.00 town council, Capital Business System Inc 651.79 copier meter usage, Capital Business Systems Inc 29.00 printer, Centurylink 194.83 phone, City of Torrington 7,724.62 sanitation disposal, CRA Payment Center 30.62 parts, Crescent Electric 374.81 parts, Croell Redi- Mix 180.00 cement blocks, Custom Products Corporation 1,108.08 street signs, Dawson Infrastructure Solutions 465.29 parts/supplies, Desert Mountain Corp 4,698.89 ice slicer, Dooley Oil, Inc 732.88 oil, DRM Inc 3,675.00 landfill closure, Drube’s Supply 304.29 supplies, Energy Labs Inc 266.00 waste water testing, Engineering Assoc 3,204.15 wells, Engineering Assoc 657.20 engineering, ESRI Inc 400.00 Electric GIS maintenance, Fat Boys Tire 549.95 tires/repair, First Bankcard 2,769.85 supplies/postage/Google/trainings, Frenchman Valley Coop 3,160.30 propane, Government Forms 312.88 supplies, Hawkins Inc 566.50 supplies, Heimsoth, Travis 750.00 electrical inspector, Herdt, Ruth 200.00 office cleaning, Horton Fuels LLC 5,117.10 fuel, Howard Supply CO 57.47 supplies, IACP 190.00 membership, Ideal 73.01 coveralls, Industrial Chem Labs Services 376.18 liquid monument cleaner, Intermedia.net Inc 688.12 phone, Jab Arms 48.10 supplies, Jenkins Auto Body 3,180.37 auto repair, John Deere Financial 760.65 supplies, KYCN Radio 200.00 advertising, Lambert, Michael 200.00 cleaning shop, Laramie Peak Motors 633.63 auto parts, Lee’s Towing, 650.00, semi towing, Lingo Communications 185.39 phone, Lock Trucking 19.21, auto parts, Madsen, Alan, 150.00, town council, McElmurry, Jeanie 325.00, cleaning town hall, Meritain Health 35,789.73 health premiums, Old Grads 100.00 advertising, One Call Of WY 36.00 tickets, One Stop Safety Solutions 1,300.00 training, One Stop Safety Solutions 80.00 drug/alcohol testing, O’Reilly Automotive 132.43 auto parts, P.C. Redi- Mix 530.00 concrete blocks, Peterbilt Of WY 100.43, kit sensor, Pitney Bowes Global 316.65 postage machine, Quill Corp 424.25 office supplies, Record Times 1,733.18 notices/minutes/ads, Reed, Carol 2,820.00 damage claim, Respond First Aid Systems 247.35 first aid kits, Schindler, Jamie 150.00 town council, Simply Creative 47.39 gift, Solid Waste Professional of WY 1539.45 landfill closure, Sparkletts & Sierra Springs 181.02 water cooler rental, Special Olympics WY 600.00 Jackalope Jump, Special Olympics WY 200.00 Jackalope Jump, State of WY 17,318.55 Sales Tax Utility, Stevenson, Terry 200.00 Emergency Manager, Stone Welding LLC 453.60 supplies, Streets, Mark 500.00 fire inspector, Superior Excavating LLC 25,586.00 sewer extension, TDS Collection 894.80 C&D, The Shop 2,608.58 semi repair, Thrifty Foods 137.25 supplies, Titan Machinery Gillette 109.78 filters, Town of Guernsey 971.84 building inspector, Town Treasure 794.67 petty cash, Trihydro Corp 1,539.92 landfill monitoring, USA Blue Book 179.61 parts, Valli Information Systems Inc 866.08 billing, Verizon Wireless 581.98 cell phone service, Water Development Commission 1,000.00 application filing fee, Wesco Receivables Corp 7,331.25 electric supplies, Wheatland Automotive 2,191.53 auto parts, Wheatland Car Wash 178.40 soap, Wheatland REA 3,436.52 electric purchased, WYDOT 24.11 16th street study, Wyologic Inc 3,327.75 IT/website/computer, WY Machinery CO 4,252.61parts/service, WY Municipal Power 240,844.25 power bill, WY Retirement System 315.00 firemen retirement, WY Wireless Internet 75.00 internet, WY Worker Compensation 186.17 fire workers comp, Wyoming.com 20.00 web hosting, Payroll $153,687.57, SPET Tax: Engineering Assoc $8,061.19, Total $586,293.02. Mayor graves proclaimed March 30, 2020 as Wyoming Veterans Welcome Home Day thanking all veterans for their service. UNFINISHED BUSINESS: Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Ashenhurst, to approve a $5,000 expenditure for clay dirt which is to be used on the infields of the five town-owned ballfields. The expenditure will be taken from the Parks & Rec budget. Motion passed 3-0. Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Madsen, to approve the amended by-laws for the Board of Adjustments. Motion passed 3-0. Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Ashenhurst, to table Ordinance 824 until the 10-year plan for electrical projects is received from Exponential Engineering. Motion passed 3-0. Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Ashenhurst, to approve Addendum B to Amendment 3 for adjustments to the TO Engineering contract for runway reconstruction overages. Motion passed 3-0. Councilman Madsen motioned, seconded by Councilman Britz, to authorize the Mayor to sign the Addendum to the Final Reconnaissance Report for the 16th Street Project. Motion passed 3-0. NEW BUSINESS: Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Madsen, to approve the simple subdivision for Mr. Kumelos per staff recommendations. Motion passed 3-0. Councilman Madsen motion, seconded by Councilman Ashenhurst, to approve the subdivision for Seth Brockman per staff recommendations. Motion passed 3-0. Councilman Madsen motioned, seconded by Councilman Britz, to advance, up to $6,000, for the construction of a storage shed at the town’s ballfield with the understanding that the Town will cover one-half with a maximum amount of $3,000. Motion passed 3-0. Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Ashenhurst, to approve Resolution 2-2020 Support of an Application for a Level II Feasibility Study authorizing the Mayor to sign and the Clerk to submit. Motion passed 3-0. Councilman Ashenhurst motioned, seconded by Councilman Madsen, to approve the transfer of airport entitlements. Motion passed 3-0. Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Madsen, to approve the Trihydro Contract for landfill monitoring authorizing the Mayor to sign. Motion passed 3-0. Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Madsen, to approved Exponential Engineering’s Change Order #1 for engineering on the South Street Underground Project for phase one. Motion passed 3-0. At 8:56 p.m. Mayor Graves adjourned into executive session for the purpose of discussion on matters concerning potential litigation. Mayor Graves reconvened the regular meeting at 9:10 p.m. No action was taken. With nothing further to come before the Council the meeting was adjourned at 9:15 p.m. S/N: Mayor Graves Attest: S/N: Candy Wright
Public Notice No. 10669. To be published in the Platte County Record - Times March 25, 2020.