Public Notice No. 11225


PUBLIC NOTICE

UNAPPROVED RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS FOR THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE
TOWN OF WHEATLAND A Budget Hearing for the Council for the Town of Wheatland, Platte County, and State of Wyoming was held at Town Hall on June 13, 2022 pursuant to the law.  Mayor Graves called the Budget Hearing to order at 6:30 p.m. Discussion was held on the Town’s contribution to PCED. With no further public comment received the budget hearing was adjourned at 6:59 p.m.  Mayor Graves called the regular 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.
Councilman Race motioned, seconded by Councilman Montoya, to approve the agenda as presented. Motion passed 4-0. Mayor Graves presented the FY 2022/2023 budget to the Council. Councilman Montoya motioned, seconded by Councilman Madsen, to approved Resolution #4-2022 as presented. Motion passed 4-0. The budget resolution follows in its entirety
RESOLUTION #04-2022
A RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR THE APPROPRIATION OF FUNDS TO DEFRAY ALL THE NECESSARY EXPENSES AND LIABILITIES OF THE TOWN OF WHEATLAND, WYOMING SPECIFYING THE OBJECTS, PURPOSES AND AMOUNTS OF SUCH APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING JULY 1, 2022 AND ENDING JUNE 30, 2023.
BUDGET
July 1, 2022 – June 30, 2023
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Town of Wheatland will be having a public hearing on June 13, 2022 at 6:30 pm on the following proposed budget.  Copies of the proposed budget are available at Wheatland Town Hall.
Section 1:  It is estimated that the total amount of revenues that will be collected by the Town of Wheatland, Wyoming during the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2023 are in the amount of $14,569,638.03.
    REVENUES
        GENERAL FUND
        Property Taxes $       350,000.00
        Licenses       154,100.00
        State Shared Revenues    3,425,576.00
        Charges for Services    31,000.00            
        Miscellaneous Revenue    69,200.00
        General Fund Increase/(Decrease)                              0.00
        State & Federal Grants           7,500.00            Sub-Total    $           4,037,376.00

        ELECTRIC FUND $    4,444,229.83
        SANITATION FUND       895,000.00
        WATER FUND       675,000.00
        SEWER FUND       385,000.00            Sub-Total $    6,399,229.83
        
        SEVERANCE TAX FUND
        State Revenue/Interest $       130,000.00
        Cash Reserves       228,914.95
        State & Federal Grants    1,642,034.50
        Sub-Total    $           2,000,949.45
        
        SPECIAL PURPOSE EXCISE TAX                $    1,525,872.75            Sub-Total $    1,525,872.75                        AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN FUNDS                $       586,210.00
        Sub-Total    $              586,210.00
        
         CAPITAL FACILITIES FUND                         20,000.00
        Sub-Total $         20,000.00
                        TOTAL REVENUES                    $        14,569,638.03  

Section 2: That there is hereby appropriated
out of any funds in the Town of Wheatland not otherwise appropriated the following sums of money for the respective purposes of defraying all necessary expenses and liabilities of the Town of Wheatland for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2023 are in the amount of $14,569,638.03.
    EXPENDITURES
        GENERAL FUND
        Administration $    2,077,551.65
        Airport         17,000.00
        Building Inspector/Planner                       156,245.64
        Emergency Management    3,400.00
        Fire Department         91,600.00
        Motor Pool       294,599.69
        Cemetery Department       111,947.65
        Parks Department       278,950.94
        Parks & Recreation       158,346.77
        Police Department       728,473.74
        Street Department    759,961.84
        Social Services         48,750.00
        Optional 1% - Capital Projects                        593,096.17
        Sub-Total $    5,319,924.09
    ELECTRIC FUND $    3,684,414.13
    SANITATION FUND       803,067.18
    WATER FUND       283,861.07
    SEWER FUND       345,339.36
        Sub-Total $    5,116,681.74
    SEVERANCE TAX FUND
        Airport:  Runway Reconstruction     
        $       716,525.00
        Airport:  AWOS           6,700.00
        Airport:  ARGP         32,000.00
        Airport:  Runway Seal Coat & Mark                ings    156,558.71
        Airport:  Fly-In           3,500.00
        Airport:  Hangars/Lot Acquisition                   530,000.02
        Airport:  Bipartisan Infrastructure                 Law $       353,333.00
        Pickleball Court           1,000.00
        Pathway         66,332.72
        Landfill Closure – Air Burner                   135,000.00
                        Sub-Total    $           2,000,949.45

        SPECIAL PURPOSE EXCISE TAX                $    1,525,872.75
                                        $    1,525,872.75
        AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN                 FUNDS$       586,210.00            Sub-Total    $              586,210.00
        
        CAPITAL FACILITIES FUND                $          20,000.00
        Sub-Total $          20,000.00
                TOTAL EXPENDITURES    $          14,569,638.03

Councilman Montoya motioned, seconded by Councilman Race, 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: 4 Rivers Equipment,95.18,seal pin gasket case, Absolute Solutions, 1,045.00, programming, Albertsons /Safeway Inc.,9.80,office supplies, Alexander Construction, 5,291.75,milling, Alsco, 110.40,mat rentals, Amazing Monogramming,13.02,embroidery tow logo, Amazon.com, 46.60, office supplies, Amped Electrical Solutions LLC,1,565.03, repair irrigation system, AT&T Mobility,259.44,mobile internet, Atlas Office Products Inc. 523.00,office supplies, Auto Electric Service & Supply,42.62,PDI kit carb overhaul, Bear Iron Works, 9,750.00, A 12ft grizzly Screen, Black Hills Energy,3,366.27,heat, Bloedorn Lumber, 596.70, hardware supplies, Bomgaars, 717.97,hardware supplies, Britz, William R,150.00,Town Council, Capital Business System Inc., 1,002.89, copier, CenturyLink, 208.84,Phone Services, City of Torrington,11,353.00,sanitation disposal, Contractors Materials Inc,146.40, paint, CPS Distributors, 40.82, Sprinkler parts , Crescent Electric,5,624.64, Electrical supplies, Dana Kepner Co, 4,848.04,ford extension, Detectachem Inc.,357.86,moblie detect pouch - multi drug test, Dominguez Plumbing, 1,005.82, replaced water heater, Drube Supply,160.57,hardware supplies, Energy Labs Inc., 3,985.00, water samples, Engineering Associates,4,453.93,middle school drainage, Faris Machinery,1,319.18,grip clyl, Fastenal Company, 51.73, 1/2 alum flat, Fat Boys Tire & Repair,289.98, new tires, First Bankcard,4,641.61,Supplies,Fleetpride,2,838.91,PTO Assembly, Frenchman Valley, Coop, 5,016.00,propane, Fusion Cloud Services LLC,1,532.65,phones, GoTo Communications, 562.80, phones, Graves, Brandon, 750.00, Town Council, Harris, John,158.71,Schooling,Heimsoth, Travis,750.00,Electrical Inspector, Herdt, Ruth, 200.00, office cleaning, Horton Fuels LLC, 14,018.46, gas, Ideal, 92.11,coveralls,Inberg-Miller Engineers, 19,983.00, pathway, John Deer Financial,437.43,hardware supplies, KYCN Radio, 200.00,advertisement, Lambert, Donald,200.00, safety, Lambert, Michale, 200.00, Cleaning, Laramie Peak Motors, 169.56, multi point inspection & filters, Laramie Peak Vet. Assoc., 480.46,exam canine, Lawson Products, 1,079.60, shop supplies  , Lingo Communications, 421.00, phones, Long's Tree Spraying, LLC, 9,505.00, tree spraying,  Madsen, Alan, 150.00, Town Council, McCarty's Magic Carpet Cleaning, 500.00, carpet cleaning, McElmurry, Jeanie R,325.00, Cleaning,  Meier, Preston,174.00, reimbursement, Meritain Health,29,150.35,Health Premiums, Montoya, Anthony,150.00,Council Meetings, Mountain States Lighting,7,776.40,5ft leads tool less entry, NORCO Inc., 94.94,ws acetylene, Northwest Pipe Fittings Inc.,294.20,26 screw top section, One Call of WY,49.50, 66 tickets, One Stop Safety Solutions,940.00,fit testing, O'Reilly Automotive Inc,142.84,axle seal, Owens, Karen, 54.91, northern chill fold fan, P.C. Resource Dist., 170.13, Trees, Pitney Bowes Global,218.85,Postage machine lease, P.C. Asphalt,73,159.50, Asphalt, Productivity Plus,539.93,leaf blower, Productivity Plus,119.27,pin, pin-lynch, blade, Quill Corporation,355.64,office supplies, Race, Donald,150.00,Council Meetings, Record Times & PC Merchant,1,786.93,subscription,Resource Management Co., Inc., 555.00, tire disposal, Restoring Oaks Counseling, 800.00,counseling, Safety Solution Inc.,1,008.00, Chainsaw safety, Screeton, Jesse, 115.49, overpayment on billing, Sherard, Sherard, Artery & Johnson, 19,971.75, attorney fees, Smith Psychological Services, 800.00,evaluation, State lands and Investments, 74,978.30, lagoon payment (CWO76), State of WY15,394.89,Utility Sales Tax, Stevenson, Terry, 200.00, Emergency Management, Stone Welding LLC,95.00, light pole repair, Superior Contracting LLC, 16,328.00, trash loads, Symbiosa,1,000.00,gis and mapping, T.O Engineers,4,544.46,hangar and land phase 1,Tds Collection Service Inc., 4,938.60, roll-off rental  Teel Gun Works, LLC, 580.50, magazine clock 45 & rounds, The Pie Tin Bakery and Catering,65.00,Council meals, The Tire Shop, 128.10, tire/ repair, Thrifty Foods, 371.24,supplies, Tinetti, Daniel,89.73,over payment, Trans-west Truck Trailer RV, 388.81, sensor- fuel, harn-fuel, receiver drier, TW Enterprises Inc,431.67,annual svc. fire hall, US Patriot, 2,578.37,condor handcuff, gun belts, USA Blue Book,345.71,flange gasket, bushing and nipples, Valli Information System Inc.,1,957.72, mailing of bills, Verizon Wireless,264.33,Cell Phone Service ,Wesco, 955.70,Electric supplies, Western bldg., 492.76,hilti spx diamond blade 16, Western United Elect. Supply,1,535.62,electic supplies, Wheatland Automotive,2,042.56,auto parts, Wheatland Garage Door LLC,1,220.26, garage door repair, Wheatland R.E.A.,7,722.65,Electric purchased, WYDOT, 5,314.52, 16th street, WyoLogic Inc.,2,639.75,it & website, WY Machinery Co,743.90,pin-spring, plate,  WY Municipal Power,189,025.68,power bill, WY Retirement System, 431.25, retirement, WY Wireless Internet,75.00, internet, WY Workers Compensation,549.70, workers comp,WY.com,20.00,web hosting, SPET- Wester United 110,767.17 Black Mt project, P.C. Clerk, 30.00,Easement recording, Total Payroll, 152,561.16, Total Vouchers, 862,029.52 UNFINISHED BUSINESS: Councilman Britz provided an update on the economic health and development trends for the community. Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Madsen, to adopt the 2022 Master Pathway Plan. Motion passed 4-0. Committee members and Inberg Miller Engineers were thanked for their time on the project.  NEW BUSINESS: Councilman Madsen motioned, seconded by Councilman Race, to approve Resolution #5-2022. A Resolution Amending the Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Budget by twenty-five Thousand Dollars to Defray Expenses in the Motor Pool Department. Motion passed 4-0. Ms. Elsie Reynolds approached Council about chickens in a residential area. Elsie also commented on a uncovered hole and unlicensed campers and cars on the street.  Chief Willadsen said he would investigate the issues brought forth by Ms. Reynolds.  With nothing further to come before the Council the meeting adjourned 8:23 p.m.
S/N:  Mayor Brandon Graves Attest:  S/N:  Clerk Candy Wright  

Public Notice No. 11225. To be published in the Platte County Record - June 22, 2022

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