Public Notice No. 11173


Unapproved Record of the April 5, 2022 Proceedings of the Platte County Commissioners in Wheatland, WY - The regular meeting of the Board of County Commissioners was called to order at 9:00 A.M. with the following present: Steve Shockley, Commission Chairman; Ian Jolovich, Commissioner; Kayla Mantle, Commissioner; and Malcolm Ervin, County Clerk. Mrs. Mantle motioned, seconded by Mr. Jolovich, to approve the agenda. The motion carried. Mrs. Mantle motioned, seconded by Mr. Jolovich, to approve the April 5th regular meeting minutes. The motion carried. Mrs. Mantle motioned, seconded by Mr. Jolovich, to approve the vouchers as presented. The motion carried. Vouchers Approved for Payment: 4-H Building reconstruction FISHER ROOFING & RESTORATION 16,708.02 OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY OF CASPER 4,521.60 911 SYSTEM PHONE AT & T 79.17 CENTURY LINK - PHOENIX 339.11 CENTURY LINK - SEATTLE 401.01 POWERPHONE INC 159.80 AG EXT MILEAGE & EXP STACY BUCHHOLZ 88.28 NEW EQUIP XEROX FINANCIAL SERVICES 303.78 SUPPLIES THRIFTY FOODS INC 21.77 UTILITIES TOWN OF WHEATLAND 268.45 ASSESSOR MILEAGE & EXP WEX 55.71 SUPPLIES OFFICE DEPOT INC 76.58 ATTORNEY MILEAGE & EXP WEX 76.25 ATTORNEY SUPPLIES PH CONSULTING LLC 33.25 CLERK MILEAGE & EXP WYOMING SECRETARY OF STATE 60.00 CLERK OF COURT COSTS FIRST BANKCARD 31.52  OFFICE OF THE STATE PUBLIC DEFENDER 23,493.42 MILEAGE & EXP FIRST BANKCARD 115.34 SUPPLIES INDOFF INCORPORATED 136.00  MIDWEST CONNECT 210.00 LERK SUPPLIES OFFICE DEPOT INC 538.85  STEPHENS-PECK INC 100.00 COMMISSIONERS PLANNER FIRST BANKCARD 59.12  RECORD TIMES 120.90  WEX 33.09 ORONER MILEAGE & EXP WEX 263.75 COURTHOUSE BLDG MAINT AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES 16.19  BOMGAARS SUPPLY 39.97  JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL 581.54  O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC 10.68  SHRED-IT C/O STERICYCLE INC 217.76  TERMINIX OF WYOMING 35.00  AG HEATING & COOLING LLC 368.03 Fuel WEX 202.11 Renovation MALONE BELTON ABEL 4,444.01  TERRACON CONSULTANTS INC 1,484.40 SUPPLIES IDEAL/BLUFFS FACILITY SOLUTIONS 920.05  OFFICE DEPOT INC 19.49 UTILITIES TOWN OF WHEATLAND 7,043.37  WYOPOTS 291.50 Vehicle Repair O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC 252.60 DETENTION BD OF PRISONERS CASH-WA DISTRIBUTING 19,641.02  FARMER BROTHERS CO 1,341.00  GENE DAVIS DISTRIBUTING 745.75  THRIFTY FOODS INC 164.51 FUEL WEX 1,829.56 MEDICAL CARE ANDERSON DENTAL PC 573.00  JERRY POST PSY D, PC DBA POST & ASSOCS 1,500.00  MCKESSON MEDICAL SURGICAL 243.67 REPAIR/MAINT A & M ELECTRIC LLC 172.10  DOMINGUEZ PLUMBING LLC 4,098.02  TERMINIX OF WYOMING 35.00  THOMPSON GLASS INC 448.96  AG HEATING & COOLING LLC 732.30 SUPPLIES BOMGAARS SUPPLY 119.98  IDEAL/BLUFFS FACILITY SOLUTIONS 1,935.27 VEHICLE REP O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC 19.99 Discretionary Funds R&R MANAGEMENT COMPANY LLC 5,000.00 DISPATCH SUPPLIES PH CONSULTING LLC 29.14  THRIFTY FOODS INC 28.29 Election Security WYOMING STATE SAFE LOCK CO 5,861.00 MILEAGE & EXP WEX 85.50 SUPPLIES AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES 14.50 G.I.S. GREENWOOD MAPPING INC 4,497.50 INFO TECH SOFTWARE ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS RESEARCH INSTITUTE 2,200.00  TRACKER SOFTWARE CORPORATION INC 1,316.00 TECH SUPPORT WYOLOGIC INC 8,711.50 MISC GEN LEASED EQUIP CAPITAL BUSINESS SYSTEMS INC 673.89 MEDICAL INS DELTA DENTAL 2,551.80 ISC FIRST BANKCARD 17.42 PHONE FUSION CLOUD SERVICES LLC 1,029.39  GO TO COMMUNICATIONS 2,411.48 PRINTING/PUBL RECORD TIMES 1,041.60 PH GRANTS* BIOTERRORISM PLATTE COUNTY 350.00  VERIZON WIRELESS 40.01 MFH FIRST BANKCARD 102.00  PLATTE COUNTY 350.00  RECORD TIMES 4,800.00  VERIZON WIRELESS 170.64 PUBLIC HEALTH MILEAGE & EXP FIRST BANKCARD 8.49 SUPPLIES CONTROL SOLUTIONS 251.00  NATIONAL BUSINESS FURNITURE LLC 1,037.05  OFFICE ALLY 35.00  VERIZON WIRELESS 40.01  WYOMING PUBLIC HEALTH LABORATORY 46.00 VACCINE SANOFI PASTEUR 12,636.70 R & B DRUG TESTING/CDL DANIEL STEVENS 222.25 FUEL DOOLEY OIL INC 32,815.81  FRENCHMAN VALLEY COOP 2,370.15 WEX BANK 855.18 RD MAT/CULV/BRIDGES RPJ ENERGY ENTERPRISES INC 760.00  TRUENORTH STEEL 5,223.16 SUPPLIES AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES 659.31 BOMGAARS SUPPLY 25.26 UTILITIES WHEATLAND RURAL ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION 225.56 VEHICLE REP BOMGAARS SUPPLY 34.02 FAT BOYS TIRE & AUTO 1,865.24 INLAND TRUCK PARTS & SERVICE 656.06 MCCANDLESS TRUCK CENTER 156.51 SAFELITE FULFILLMENT INC 451.94 TEXAS PATCHER LLC 1,027.00  WHEATLAND AUTOMOTIVE 1,050.25 WYOMING MACHINERY COMPANY 1,942.61 SHERIFF EXTRADITION VISA 337.76 FUEL WEX 9,109.05 SUPPLIES VISA 43.53 WYOMING SECRETARY OF STATE 60.00 TRAINING VISA 40.00 VEHICLE REP BOB RUWART MOTORS 3,018.66 JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL 55.93 KEYSTONE GROUP LLC 121.25 TREASURER SUPPLIES PH CONSULTING LLC 25.48 RENO TAYLOR 60.00 Vaccine Campaign KYCN-AM/KZEW-FM 500.00 RECORD TIMES 4,080.00  TOTAL 220,949.48. March 2022 Collections: Circuit Court - $20,649.00. Encroachment License: The Board approved an encroachment license for Troy & Judy Hefner. Agreements: The Board considered two agreements. The first, was an amended contract with the Wyoming Department of Health that would provide an additional $34,000 in funding to Public Health. Mrs. Mantle motioned, seconded by Mr. Jolovich, to approve an amended contract between the Wyoming Department of Health and Platte County. The motion carried. The second, was a memorandum of understanding with the Wyoming County Commissioners Association (WCCA) to provide funding for a program that would provide for an annual congressional tour. Platte County would be responsible for providing $438 to WCCA to organize a tour of the southeast region of the state for Wyoming’s congressional delegation. Mrs. Mantle motioned, seconded by Mr. Jolovich, to approve a memorandum of understanding regarding the congressional tour initiative, between the Wyoming County Commissioners Association and Platte County. The motion carried. County Treasurer: Kristi Rietz, County Treasurer, presented the financial position of the County as of March 31, 2022. Mrs. Rietz followed up on a discussion she had with the Board on March 15th about Senate File 19, Enrolled Act 26, which allows counties the option of refunding property tax. Mrs. Rietz informed the Board that the state did opt to fund the program and as such recommended the Board do not proceed with the County option at this point. Camp Guernsey: Rob Cain, Camp Guernsey liaison, informed the Commissioners that the Camp has made the decision to not allow the use of munitions that are likely to start fires starting June 1st to mitigate fire danger. Y-O Ranch Improvement & Service District: The board of directors for the Y-O Ranch Improvement & Service District (YO ISD) presented an approved resolution authorizing the collection a special assessment for the purpose of operations and maintenance of existing paved roads and the improvement of Coyote Drive. Resolution #2022-06: Clerk Ervin presented Resolution #2022-06, which would authorize the collection of charges for the Y-O Ranch Improvement & Service District. Mr. Jolovich motioned, seconded by Mrs. Mantle, to approve Resolution #2022-06 approving the collection of charges for the YO Ranch Improvement & Service District. The motion carried. The full resolution is available online at www.plattecountywyoming.com or in the Office of the County Clerk. Planning & Zoning: A public hearing was called to order at 10:00 AM for the purpose of accepting public comment on two simple subdivision requests. Planner Clark presented a request made by Richard & Melissa Houdek for a simple subdivision to divide approximately forty acres into four parcels, each being approximately 10 acres, which the applicant requested be zoned residential. The property is described as part of the E ½ W ½ SW ¼ of Section 21, Township 30 North, Range 68 West, Platte County, Wyoming. Planner Clark also presented a request made by Brandon & Beth Wittrock for a simple subdivision to divide approximately forty acres into three parcels, which the applicant requested be zoned residential. The property is described as part of the W ½ W ½ SW ¼ of Section 21, Township 30 North, Range 68 West, Platte County, Wyoming. Both requests were recommended for approval by the Planning & Zoning Commission on April 12, 2022. Chairman Shockley opened the meeting to public comment. John Bauder and Eddie Giffins, nearby landowners, spoke against the requests due to risks of flooding. Mr. Bauder presented Platte County Resolution #2001-04, “Resolution Applying for Flood Insurance.” Richard Houdek spoke in favor of the requests and addressed the flooding comments made. Mr. Houdek informed the Commissioners that the subdivision plat would note as a real estate disclosure and explained he and the Wittrocks obtained easements through court action to access their properties. Mr. Jolovich motioned, seconded by Mrs. Mantle, to approve the simple subdivision request made by Richard & Melissa Houdek and zone the parcels divided as residential. The motion carried. Mrs. Mantle motioned, seconded by Mr. Jolovich, to approve the simple subdivision request made by Brandon & Beth Wittrock and zone the parcels divided as residential. The motion carried. Building Certificates: Planner Clark presented building certificates from Cory & Lisa Bristow and Robert Scripter for approval.  Chugwater K9 Classic & Festival: Amber Ash, organizer of the K9 Classic & Festival, spoke about the marathon proposed to take place on September 3, 2022. Ms. Ash is proposing to use Iron Mountain Road for the marathon and is asking to close the road for approximately three hours. The Commissioners are favorable to the road being used for a marathon but ask that the road not be closed. Instead, the Commissioners ask that an alternate be proposed to allow traffic to pass through if necessary. County Clerk: Mr. Ervin informed the Commissioners that pursuant to W.S. §22-7-102(a), that they are required to divide the County into election districts and precincts no later than their regular meeting in May. Mr. Ervin shared his recommendation to divide the County into four election districts and a total of eight precincts – a reduction of five precincts. In accordance with W.S. §22-7-102(a), Mr. Ervin has submitted a notice for publication and has notified each political party that the Commissioners will review potential precinct changes on May 3, 2022, at 10:00 AM. Fair Board: Members of the Board met with the Commissioners to discuss the Fiscal Year 2022 – 2023 budget. Library Board: Members of the Board met with the Commissioners to discuss the Fiscal Year 2022 – 2023 budget. Maintenance Department: Jim DeWitt, Maintenance Supervisor, met with the Commissioners to discuss the Fiscal Year 2022 – 2023 budget. County Sheriff: Clyde Harris, Sheriff, met with the Commissioners to discuss the Fiscal Year 2022 – 2023 (FY23) budget. There being no further business the meeting adjourned at approximately 3:15 P.M.

Public Notice No. 11173. To be published in the Platte County Record - April 27, 2022. 

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