Public Notice No. 10773

TOWN OF WHEATLAND   A regular meeting of the Council for the Town of Wheatland, Platte County, and State of Wyoming was held on Monday, August 10, 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, Schindler and Britz.  Clerk/Treasurer Candy Wright and Attorney Doug Weaver were also present.  Mayor Graves presented the agenda with the addition of the Exponential Engineering Agreement to New Business.   Councilman Madsen motioned, seconded by Councilman Britz, to accept the agenda as amended.  Motion passed 4-0. Councilman Madsen motioned, seconded by Councilman Schindler, to accept the consent agenda as presented and to place it on file.  Motion passed 4-0.  May vouchers approved by Council are as follows: 16th Street, 500.00, flowers, 4 Rivers Equipment,196.18, parts, Alexander Construction,15,248.98, pea gravel/road base/chips/milling, Allen’s Part Supply, 2.94, key holder, Almetek Industries Inc, 128.46, parts/supplies, Alsco, 92.99, mat rentals, APT US&C, 159.00, membership, Ashenhurst, Thane,150.00, Town Council, Biolynceus, LLC, 6,012.18, probiotic scrubber II, Black Hills Energy, 812.75, heat, Bloedorn Lumber, 491.54, supplies, Blue Tarp Financial, 247.48, water pumps, Bomgaars, 1,439.40, tools/supplies, Border States Electric Supply, 330.06, electric supplies, Brandon Graves, 750.00, Town Council, Britz, William R, 150.00, Town Council, Capital Business Systems, 709.76, copier meter usage, Capital Business Systems, 29.00, shop printer, Centurylink, 197.44, phones, Chemsearch, 190.85, air freshener, Children’s Advocacy Project, 2,250.00, forensic interviewing services, City of Torrington, 13,566.60, sanitation disposal, Coast to Coast Solutions, 92.49, supplies, Cooney Hills Excavation, 1,062.50, contract labor, Department of Revenue, 60.00, uniform assessment, DRM INC, 4,868.14, storm drain repair/replace, Elite K-9 Inc, 5,164.90, K-9 supplies, Energy Labs, 346.00, sewer test, Engineering Assoc, 625.51, engineering, Fat Boys Tire, 149.00, tire repair, Ferguson Waterworks, 1,218.72, parts/meters/software, Floyd’s, 257.83, parts, Frenchman Valley, 552.00, propane, Fusion Cloud Services LLC, 598.72, phones, Garrett Enterprises, 1,882.50, contract labor, Govt Forms & Supplies, 530.90, disposable masks/germ shield protectors, Heimsoth, Travis, 750.00, electrical inspector, Herdt, Ruth, 200.00, office cleaning, Horton Fuels 6,251.54, fuel, Ideal, 69.52, coveralls, Intermedia, 690.49, phone, Jerry Post, 750.00, administrative fee, John Deere Financial, 258.26, supplies, KYCN Radio, 400.00, advertising,  Lambert, Michale, 200.00, cleaning shop, Laramie Peak Museum, 1,000.00, services rendered, Lexis Nexis, 362.46, Statute books, Lingo Communications, 80.45, phone, Long’s Tree Spraying, 6,300.00, parks/cemetery trees, Madsen, Alan, 150.00,Town Council, Makor, 14,900.00, K9 & Training, McCarty’s Carpet Cleaning, 16.91, carpet cleaning, McElmurry, Jeanie, 325.00, clean town hall, MES – Rocky Mountains, 1,945.00, Scba flow test 22, Minsaas, Dalton, 80.00, K-9 handler registration, Nexgen, 693.05, parts, One Call of WY, 84.75, 113 tickets, O’Reilly Automotive, 83.95, supplies/parts, P.C. Library, 1,500.00, services rendered, P.C. Redi- Mix, 12.00, materials., P.C Main Street, 4,000.00, main street decorations/flowers, PCED, 12,000.00, membership, Peterbuilt of WY, 148.40, repair/parts, Pitney  Bowes, 800.00, postage, Platte County, 11,255.00, IT support, Platte County Asphalt, 52,412.36, asphalt, Pro Force, 529.32, parts/supplies, Project Safe 5,000.00, service rendered, Quill, 515.94, office supplies, Record Times, 1,310.40, advertisement, Schindler, Jamie, 150.00, Town Council, Services for Seniors, 6,000.00, services rendered, Sparkletts & Sierra Springs, 76.39,  water & cooler rental, State of WY, 18,633.09, utility billing sales tax, Stevenson, Terry, 200.00, emergency management, Stone Welding, 244.98, water valve, trench box steel pipe 3, Streets, Mark, 500.00, fire inspector, Superior Contracting, 5,808.00, trash hauling, TDS Collection, 4,582.20, rolloff c&d, The Shop, 1,697.00, semi repair, Thrifty Foods, 386.85, office supplies, T-O Engineers, 25,451.52, engineering, Trihydro Corp, 2,270.58, landfill monitoring, Verizon Wireless, 509.81, cell phones, Weaver, Douglas, 6.90, certified mailings, Wesco Receivables, 1,252.28, supplies, Western United, 629.44, parts/supplies, Wheatland Fire Depart Foundation, 443.69, supplies/materials, Wheatland REA, 10,065.83, electric purchased, WPOA Secretary- Treasurer, 100.00, membership dues, Wyologic Inc, 2,047.75, IT/ website, WY Dept of Workforce Services, 773.06, unemployment 2nd quarter 2020, WY Machinery, 85.76, parts, WY Municipal Power Assoc, 289,207.43, power bill, WY Retirement System, 472.50, firemen’s retirement, WY, Technology Transfer Center, 85.00, LPA certification, WY Workers Compensation,  317.62, fire workers comp,, 20.00, web hosting, Payroll 174,507.73 SPET - Engineering Assoc 210.94, engineering Black Mtn Water Tower, SPET - Border States Electric 2,420.52 Total $735,296.49 Mayor Graves recognized and congratulated Preston Meier on completion of his apprenticeship program and becoming a Journeyman Lineman. Kit Armour gave an update on the Lodging Tax funds.  UNFINISHED BUSINESS: Mayor Grave set a workshop for August 19th at Cinema West.   Merlin Hitt from PCED presented an agreement for the 16th Street Project.  The County and the Town need to sign agreement in order for the project to move forward. Josh Morris with T-O Engineers provided an update on the runway project.  Councilman Madsen motioned, seconded by Councilman Britz, to approve Ordinance 827 on second reading.  Motion passed 4-0.  An Ordinance Amending Wheatland Municipal Code (WMC) 15.05.010(c), 17.05.110(d), 17.05.150(g), 18.05.090(a), 18.05.100, 18.80.020(b), and 18.85 General Provisions to Reform Sections and Eliminate or Revise Obsolete Provisions.  NEW BUSINESS:  Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Madsen, to approve Ordinance 828 on first reading.  Motion passed 4-0.  An Ordinance rezoning Grayrocks Mobile Home Park.  Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Schindler, to accept the proposal from Exponential Engineering in the amount of $90,360 for engineering on the Phase II of the South Street Underground project.  Motion passed 4-0.  With nothing further to come before the Council the meeting was adjourned at 7:54 p.m. S/N:  Mayor Brandon Graves Attest:  S/N:  Clerk Candy Wright  

Public Notice No. 10773. To be published in the Platte County Record - Times August 26, 2020.