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 on Monday, March 8, 2021 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, Montoya, and Britz. Absent was Councilman Schindler. Clerk/Treasurer Candy Wright and Attorney Doug Weaver were also present. Mayor Graves presented the agenda requesting to strike Platte County Youth Baseball from New Business and adding Council Appointment under Appointments, Gutter Obstructions to Unfinished Business and Game and Fish to New Business. Councilman Montoya motioned, seconded by Councilman Madsen, to accept the agenda as amended. Motion passed 3-0. Councilman Madsen motioned, seconded by Councilman Montoya, to accept the consent agenda as presented and to place it on file. Motion passed 3-0. March vouchers approved by Council are as follows: 4 Rivers Equipment, 129.19, wheel, Absolute Solutions, 2,727.00, parts/supplies, Alexander Construction, 382.50, snow removal, Alsco, 94.42, mat rentals, Altec Inc., 6,256.90, yearly inspections, Aamazon.com, 396.22, parts, AT&T Mobility, 107.46, mobile internet, Atlas Office Products, 243.21, office supplies, Avenue of Flags, 103.00, flags, Black Hills Energy, 8,128.04, heat, Bloedorn Lumber, 318.89, supplies, Blue Line Custom Vinyls, 800.00, Wireless Download/body cam install, Blue Tarp Financial, 39.99, northern tools renewed, Bob Ruwart Motors, 375.83, parts, Body Armor Outlet LLC, 3,696.00, N95 masks, Bomgaars, 664.76, safety/supplies, Border States Electric Supply, 1,688.84, electric supplies, Brandon Graves, 750.00, Town Council, Britz, William 150.00, Town Council, Capital Business System 788.32, copier meter usage, Center for Education, 159.00, renewal, City of Torrington, 8,857.60, sanitation disposal, Clean Harbors, 9,143.45, hazardous materials, Cochran, Clayton, 164.95, safety, Code Publishing, 181.00, municipal code, CRA Payment Center, 15.94, engine oil, Custom Products Corp, 1,778.57, street signs/hand paddle, Drube’s Supply, 340.94, supplies, Energy Labs, 340.00, testing, Engineering Assoc, 1,655.72, engineering, ESRI Inc., 400.00, Arc desktop maintenance, Faris Machinery, 3,820.71, parts/supplies, Fat Boys, 829.00, tires, Ferguson Waterworks, 3,957.95, parts, First Bankcard, 2,220.95, office supplies, First State Bank, 20,000.00, health claims, Force Training Institute, 5,020.23, parts/supplies, Forensic Products Inc., 595.00, crime scene investigations, Frenchman Valley, 8,419.60, propane, Fusion Cloud Services, 711.73, phones, Harnish Veterinary Services, 20.00, Cat and small dog disposal, Heimsoth, Travis, 750.00, Electrical inspector, Herdt, Ruth, 200.00, Office cleaning, Horton Fuels, 5,299.62, gas & diesel, Ideal, 168.92, coveralls, Intermedia.net, 695.65, phones, John Deere Financial, 653.91, supplies, KYCN Radio, 200.00, advertising, Lambert, Michale, 200.00, Cleaning Shop, Laramie Peak Vet., 137.34, exam canine, Lingo Communications, 182.10, phone, logmein Communications Inc., 665.24, phones, Madsen, Alan, 150.00,Town Council, McElmurry, Jeanie, 325.00, cleaning, Meritain Health, 25,889.16, Health Premiums, Montoya, Anthony, 150.00, Town Council, Morgan, Dee, 100.68, safety, No Elk Acres, 250.00, TS lockers, Norman’s Memorials, 19.70, shipping, One Stop Safety Solutions, 1,130.00, CPR, O'Reilly Automotive, 70.64, parts, Owens, Karen, 45.73, safety, Public Health, 420.00, 14 flu vaccines, Parts Master, 2,066.61, parts, PH Consulting, 58.50, shipping, Pitney Bowes Global, 218.85, postage machine lease, Pitney Bowes Inc., 400.00, postage, Quill Corp, 287.99, office supplies, Safety Solution Inc., 580.00, Safety Training, Schindler, Jamie, 150.00, Town Council, Sparkletts &Sierra Springs, 107.88, cooler rental/water, State of Wyoming, 17,085.01, Utility Sales Tax, Stevenson, Terry, 200.00, emergency management, Streets, Mark, 500.00, Fire Inspector, Superior Contracting, 6,336.00, trash hauling, TDS Collection Service, 1,846.80, rolloff c&d, Sherwin Williams, 74.95, parts, Thrifty Foods, 91.46, supplies, T-O Engineers, 7,874.17, engineering runway, T-O Engineers, 25,799.38,engineering runway, Valli Information Systems, 890.84, mailing of bills, Verizon Wireless, 541.47, cellphones, WARWS, 49.00, training, Western United Elect. Supply, 38.55, parts/supplies, Wheatland Automotive, 1,804.54, parts, Wheatland Fire Dept Foundation, 2,122.15, tools, Wheatland REA, 2,774.69, electric purchased, WYDOT, 29.53, P6 citation, Wyologic Inc.,2,372.50, IT/website, Wyoming Machinery ,404.05, parts, Wyoming Municipal Power, 256,802.30, power bill, Wyoming Retirement System, 431.25, firemen retirement, Wyoming Wireless Internet, 75.00, internet, Wyoming Workers Compensation, 194.31, fire workers comp, Wyoming.com, 20.00, web hosting, Exponential Engineering, 3,137.50, engineering, Payroll $170,037.17 Total $639,579.05 Attorney Weaver requested Council to amend the agenda adding Hale’s Re-Plat to Public Comment. Councilman Madsen motioned, second by Councilman Montoya, to accept the amended agenda. Motion passed 3-0. APPOINTMENTS: Kit Armour presented a short update from the Lodging Tax Board. Council requested Wheatland residents interested in representing the Town of Wheatland on the Lodging Tax Board should contact Town Hall. Mayor Graves presented a resignation letter from Councilman Schindler. Letters of interest, to fill the open council seat, may be submitted to Clerk Wright. No action was taken. Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Montoya, to purchase, for the benefit of marketing the Town of Wheatland and in support of uniformed officers and the Special Olympics’ Jackalope Jump, a $100 per jumper with a maximum of $800. Motion passed 4-0. Mayor Graves presented an email from the Wyoming Game and Fish. Councilman Britz suggested the email be forward to the Lodging Tax Board for a response. No action was taken. Planner Clark presented, on behalf of the Don Hale family, a request to re-plat and vacate the 3rd filing of Y-O Ranch. Council directed Planner Clark to contact a surveyor to start the process. Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Montoya, to participate with Hales in vacating and re-platting the 3rd filing of Y-O Ranch. Motion passed 3-0. UNFINISHED BUSINESS: Councilman Montoya motioned, seconded by Councilman Madsen, to approve Ordinance 831 on second reading. An Ordinance to Rezone a Mobile Home Park District to a Conservancy District. Motion passed 3-0. NEW BUSINESS: Becky Condie with Wyoming Child and Family Development provided an update on their local program and presented a request for funding for Fiscal Year 21/22. Councilman Montoya motioned, seconded by Councilman Britz, to award SE Wyoming Weed Control a three year contract for fertilization and weed control of the Town’s parks, cemetery and bare ground areas. Motion passed 3-0. Clerk Wright presented an airport lease agreement for commercial operators to lease space at Phifer Airfield. Clerk Wright will present the Agreement, with noted changes, to the Airport Advisory Board. Mayor Graves presented a renewal lease agreement from AmeriGas. Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Madsen to approve the lease agreement consistent with the previous agreements and have the mayor sign on behalf of the Town. Motion passed 3-0. With nothing further to come before the Council the meeting adjourned 8:38 p.m. S/N: Mayor Brandon Graves Attest: S/N: Clerk Candy Wright
Public Notice No. 10916. To be published in the Platte County Record - Times March 31, 2021.