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, July 12, 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 Britz, Madsen, Montoya, and Race. Clerk/Treasurer Candy Wright and Attorney Doug Weaver were also present. Mayor Graves presented the agenda requesting to add Impact Ministries to Public Comments and Engagement of Consultant with WYDOT for the 16th Street Project under Unfinished Business. Councilman Race motioned, seconded by Councilman Montoya, to accept the agenda as amended. Motion passed 4-0. Councilman Montoya motioned, seconded by Councilman Madsen, to accept the consent agenda as presented and to place it on file. Motion passed 3-0. June vouchers approved by Council are as follows: 4 Rivers Equipment, 5,881.72, mower, Allbright, Lorraine, 155.00, office supplies, Alsco, 96.96, mat rentals, Amazing Monogramming, 119.47, monogramming, AT&T Mobility, 259.44, mobile internet for PD, Atlas Office Products Inc, 285.20, office supplies, Bicycle Station, 3,600.00, Fire Dept treadmill, Biolynceus, LLC, 3,077.80, probiotic scrubber, Black Hills Energy, 999.45, heat, Bloedorn Lumber, 2,042.92, maintenance supplies, Bob Ruwart Motors, 7,965.00, police vehicle lease, Bomgaars, 4,436.67, supplies, Border State Electric, 6,347.14, parts/supplies, Brandon Graves, 750.00, town council, , Britz, William, 150.00, town council, Capital Business System Inc, 819.57, copier meter usage, Carolina Software, 200.00, sanitation, City of Torrington, 14,485.60, sanitation disposal, Cochran, Clayton, 35.05, safety, Cooney Hills Excavation LLC, 765.00, hauled asphalt, Crystal Ice Co, 112.50, ice, Custom Products Corp, 149.20, street signs, DBC Irrigation Supply, 881.07, supplies, Dept of Treasury, 269.24, federal excise tax, Drube Supply, 388.42, supplies, Energy Labs, 4,208.00, testing, Engineering Assoc, 604.20, twin tanks overflow system, Faris Machinery, 299.51, parts, Fat Boys Tire & Repair, 273.19, tire repair, Ferguson Waterworks, 1,622.43, auto gun, First Bankcard, 3,070.78, school/travel/Google, Hawkins Inc, 901.88, supplies, Heimsoth, Travis, 750.00, electric inspector, Herdt, Ruth, 200.00, office cleaning Horton Fuels, 8,630.92, fuel, Ideal, 84.86, coveralls, IDEXX Distribution, 184.31, sample bottles, Interstate Billing Services, 846.46, parts, Isabell, Heather, 10.00, purchased power, J & J Trailer Sales LLC, 4,775.00, dump trailer, John Deer Financial, 401.91, supplies, Jones, RD, 562.50, contract mechanic, KINSCO, 419.14, buckleless reversible duty belt/ basket, KYCN Radio, 200.00, advertisement, Lambert, Michale, 200.00, clean shop, Laramie Peak Motors, 107.47, auto repair, Logmein Communications, Inc, 567.73, phones, Long's Tree Spraying, LLC, 10,108.00, tree spraying, Masen, Alan, 150.00, town council, McElmurry, Janie, 325.00, cleaning town hall, Meritain Health, 27,250.92, health premiums, Montoya, Anthony, 150.00, town council, Newcastle Volunteer Fire Dept, 1,480.00, fire convention registration, One Stop Safety Solutions, 135.00, fit testing/drug testing, O'Reilly Automotive Inc, 8.99, parts, P.C. Parks & Recreation ,73,319.67, reimbursement request for pool, ball fields and mini golf, Partsmaster, 551.73, supplies, Platte County Asphalt, 51,284.66, milling & asphalt, Querry Fencing, 1,340.00, gate at ballfield, Race, Donald, 150.00, town council, Record Times & PC Merchant, 1,613.95, advertisement, Spic and Span Cleaners, 5,228.80, UPM patch, State of WY, 13,916.11, June Utility Billing Sales Tax, Stevenson, Terry, 200.00, Emergency Management, Streets, Mark, 500.00, fire inspector, TDS Collection Service Inc., 4,336.20, rolloff c&d, Team Laboratory Chemical, 7,247.50, weed killer, The Tire Shop,106.31, service call, Thrifty Foods, 476.52, supplies, Timeless, 330.00, engraving, Tri State Oil Recliner Inc., 90.00, used oil, Turf Master LLC,649.04, supplies, USA Blue Book, 378.61, supplies, Valli Information System INC, 883.38, mailing of bills, Verizon Wireless, 261.39, phone, Western Bldg. Supplies, 69.92, supplies, WheatCo Sales & Service, 980.40, tires, Wheatland Automotive, 2,304.24, shop supplies, Wheatland R.E.A., 8,581.71, electric purchase, WY Machinery Co, 451.30, parts and repair, WY Municipal Power, 270,831.83, power bill, WY Retirement System, 431.25, firemen retirement, WY Wireless Internet, Inc., 285.00, 6mos airport and 1 month town hall, WY Workers Compensation, 193.31, workers comp, Wyoming.com, 20.00, web hosting, SPET-Border States, 104.05 materials, 7,747.70 Yask- VFD- A 100-Config 100HP, Total Payroll, $168,625.69 Total Vouchers $746,290.89. ReAnnah Caves and Lorraine Allbright presented the Wyoming Community Gas Check in the amount of $10,226.20. Mayor Graves recognized and congratulated Bo Holthus on completion of his apprenticeship program and becoming a Journeyman Lineman. Mr. Jeremy Haroldson approached the Council about the Impact Ministries property on Preuit road. Mr. Haroldson stated that it would cost $92,000 to bring water to the property and another $30,000 to get electric to the property. No action was taken. UNFINISHED BUSINESS: Councilman Race motioned, seconded by Councilman Britz, to agree with the recommendation made by LGLP stating the Town of Wheatland was not at fault for the March 30, 2021 sewer back-up at 709 9th Street. Motion passed 4-0. Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Madsen, to authorize WYDOT to issue a Notice to Proceed for the design on the 16th Street project. Motion passed 4-0. NEW BUSINESS: Mr. Robert Hilty answered questions on the three proposed agreements for the Paragon Park development. No action was taken. Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Race, to accept the bid in the amount of $748,709.00 from Electrical Connections Inc. for the Black Mountain Underground Project Phase II. Motion passed 4-0. Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Madsen, to accept, with noted changes, and authorize the mayor to sign the agreement with Symbiosa. Motion passed 4-0. Councilman Race motioned, seconded by Councilman Britz, to accept the Fiscal Year 19/20 financial audit. Motion passed 4-0. Councilman Race motioned, seconded by Councilman Madsen, to accept the AARP Memorandum of Understanding for the Pickelball Court project and authorize the mayor to sign. Motion passed 4-0. Councilman Britz proposed tracking trends on the economic health and wellness of the community and to include the charts with the monthly consent agenda. With nothing further to come before the Council the meeting adjourned 8:41 p.m. S/N: Mayor Brandon Graves Attest: S/N: Clerk Candy Wright
Public Notice No. 11005. To be published in the Platte County Record - July 28, 2021.