City of Torrington )
County of Goshen )
State of Wyoming )
The Torrington City Council met in regular session on Tuesday, May 7, 2019 in the City Council Chambers at 436 East 22nd Ave. at 7:00 p.m. Present: Mayor Adams, Council Members Hill, Kinney, Law and Mattis. Also Present: Clerk/Treasurer Strecker, Attorney Eddington, Engineer Harkins, Chief of Police Hurd, Building Official Estes, Water/Wastewater Supervisor Troxel, Streets/Sanitation Supervisor Hawley and Deputy City Clerk Anaya.
Mayor Adams called the meeting to order.
Councilman Mattis led the Pledge of Allegiance.
Mayor Adams stated that he received a thank you letter on behalf of a Torrington resident who expressed sincere gratitude to the City of Torrington for the two trees that were planted at the West C Street Park in honor of Neva Rogers.
Mayor Adams commented that he received a thank you letter from a woman who is a sponsor of the Friendship Force organization. He indicated that he had previously been contacted by the sponsor to write a welcome letter to a group of people from Connecticut that would be traveling to Wyoming in the first part of June 2019. The letter communicated the sponsor’s appreciation for the Mayor’s welcome letter.
Councilwoman Hill moved and Councilman Kinney seconded to approve the consent agenda which includes the minutes from the 04-16-19 Council meeting as published and all actions therein be ratified. Motion carried unanimously.
Mayor Adams requested approval to amend the agenda as follows:
1. Remove Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command Graduation Recognition from the Information Items List.
Councilman Law moved and Councilman Mattis seconded to approve the agenda as amended. Motion carried unanimously.
The Eastern Wyoming College (EWC) Animal Veterinary Technology Program presented Sergeant Ringrose and his K-9 partner Police Dog Angel with a muzzle.
Chief of Police Hurd recognized Officer Bryan on her School Resource Officer (SRO) certification. He indicated that Officer Bryan is the first certified SRO in Torrington Police Department history. The Mayor and Council congratulated Officer Bryan on her accomplishment.
Attorney Eddington read a proclamation declaring April 25, 2019 as Arbor Day in the City of Torrington. It urged all citizens to celebrate Arbor Day and to support efforts to protect our trees and woodlands, and to plant trees to gladden the heart and promote the well-being of this and future generations. Mayor Adams commented that the State Arborist was in Torrington on Thursday, April 25, 2019 and that the City celebrated on that day from 1:45 p.m. to 2:45 p.m. at the West C Street Park. He indicated that the requested approval is a formality to ratify the proclamation that was signed by him at the April 25, 2019 Arbor Day celebration.
Attorney Eddington read a proclamation declaring May 5-11, 2019 as Drinking Water Week. It urged each citizen of the City to help protect our source waters from pollution and practice water conservation, and stated that we are all stewards of the water infrastructure upon which future generations depend. Water/Wastewater Supervisor Troxel addressed the Mayor and Council. He stated that each declaration within the proclamation is equally important as water is our most valuable resource that delivers public health protection, fire protection, support for our economy and the quality of life we enjoy. Mayor Adams commended the City of Torrington Water Department for being among the best prepared departments in the State in terms of documentation and data collection, and stated that he greatly appreciates the quality of water that is delivered to the citizens of the City.
Attorney Eddington read a proclamation declaring May 18, 2019 as Kids to Parks Day. It empowers kids, encourages children to lead a more active lifestyle, broadens children’s appreciation for nature and outdoors, and encourages families to get outdoors and visit America’s parks, public lands and waters. Mayor Adams commented that the Kids to Parks Day Proclamation is an annual national effort that engages children and families with parks, nature and healthy outdoor play.
Councilman Kinney moved and Councilwoman Hill seconded to approve the Arbor Day, Drinking Water Week and Kids to Parks Day proclamations as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Tammy Derr and Sandy Hoehn with Goshen County Economic Development (GCED) and the Goshen County Chamber of Commerce (Chamber) requested approval of special event permits for Third Thursday on Main Street Events to be held on 05-16-19, 06-20-19, 07-18-19, 08-15-19 and 09-19-19 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Sandy Hoehn with GCED and the Chamber addressed the Mayor and Council. She stated that the Third Thursday movement began last year and that it was a huge success and extremely beneficial to all downtown merchants. Due to special event permit application stipulations that require all business owners that will be affected by the blocking of parking stalls of the event to be notified and documented with a signature, Ms. Hoehn indicated that she is uncertain that the 05-16-19 date will be the launch date for this year’s series of events, as it took the committee a lot longer than expected to acquire all of those required signatures. She commented that the committee is apprehensive about the launch date in May only allowing for a few weeks of preparation and planning. Ms. Hoehn stated that if the committee decides to move forward with the 06-20-19 as the official launch date, she will notify the Mayor and Council via e-mail, and therefore the special event permits will only be necessary for four dates rather than all requested five. Councilwoman Hill moved and Councilman Law seconded to approve the special event permits as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Cody Legerski with Scotts Hi-Way Bar requested approval of a catering permit for a Cornhole Tournament that was held on May 4, 2019 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Mayor Adams stated that Mr. Legerski inadvertently missed the deadline for the 04-16-19 Council meeting at which the permit should have been presented for approval and that the requested approval is a formality to ratify the catering permit that was approved by the Mayor and Council via e-mail on 04-30-19. Councilman Law moved and Councilman Mattis seconded to approve the catering permit that was approved via e-mail on 04-30-19. Councilman Kinney expressed his concerns in regards to the ratification process. He stated that he understands that there are special circumstances that present themselves that are justified and therefore need to be ratified after the fact. However, he commented that recurring applicants should be completely knowledgeable on the City’s policies and procedures by now and indicated that those policies and procedures are in place for a reason. Councilman Kinney stated that he would approve the ratification this one time, but that he is not so sure that he would approve any future requests. Mayor Adams commented that he and Deputy City Clerk Anaya had an extensive discussion with Mr. Legerski in regards to the topic. He stated that they informed Mr. Legerski, as a reminder, of the City’s policies and procedures and per the outcome of the conversation, it appeared that Mr. Legerski fully understood that the ratification after the fact may no longer be an option to him. Councilwoman Hill concurred with Councilman Kinney’s concerns and stated that she too would approve the ratification this one time, but that it would be questionable in the future. Motion carried unanimously.
Councilman Kinney moved and Councilman Law seconded to appoint Councilwoman Deanna Hill as the Official Voting Delegate and Councilman Matthew Mattis as the Alternate Delegate for the 2019 Wyoming Association of Municipalities (WAM) Summer Convention Business Meeting to be held on Thursday, June 13, 2019 in Sheridan. Motion carried unanimously.
Engineer Harkins presented for approval ten (10) Memorandum of Agreements with businesses along Frontage Road for temporary construction easements. He commented that some of the easements are highlighted in red and indicated that those will become permanent right-of-way (ROW) easements to be dedicated to the City for ROW purposes. Councilman Law inquired if the verbiage for all ten agreements was the same. Engineer Harkins confirmed yes. Mayor Adams questioned if the ten (10) agreements could be approved with one motion. Attorney Eddington responded yes, they are the same agreements, the scope of service just depends on the location of the business. The ten (10) agreements presented for approval were agreements between the City of Torrington and: 1. ARC FDTRNWY001, LLC; 2. McDonald’s Real Estate Company; 3. Know How, LLC; 4. Brent, LLC; 5. K & W, LLC; 6. Donna M. Giordano, Trustee of the Donna M. Giordano Revocable Trust; 7. David F. Bolger and Dorothy A. Bolger as Trustees for the David F. Bolger Revocable Trust; 8. GMRG RE 1, LLC; 9. GEP Investments, Inc.; and 10. Glacier Bank. Councilwoman Hill moved and Councilman Kinney seconded to approve the ten (10) Memorandum of Agreements as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Attorney Eddington read by title AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RE-ENACTING CHAPTER 5.40. OF THE TORRINGTON MUNICIPAL CODE, 2019 REVISIONS, RELATING TO THE GAS FRANCHISE. Mayor Adams stated that City departments have been experiencing difficulty working on City owned infrastructure, particularly water and sewer lines, when in conjunction with gas lines and that the intent of the proposed amendments is to improve the ordinance so that the City is better protected. Councilwoman Hill inquired if anything had been modified since the ordinance was approved on first reading. Councilman Kinney stated that it was evident that the editorial changes that the Mayor and Council requested at the 04-16-19 Council meeting were made. Attorney Eddington confirmed that the requested editorial edits were the only changes. Councilman Kinney moved and Councilman Mattis seconded to approve the ordinance on second reading as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Attorney Eddington read by title AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RE-ENACTING SECTION 3.04.050. OF THE TORRINGTON MUNICIPAL CODE, 2019 REVISIONS, RELATING TO SANITATION FEES. Streets/Sanitation Supervisor Hawley addressed the Mayor and Council. He stated that the proposed rate increases are necessary to improve the revenue aspect of the Sanitation Fund. Mayor Adams inquired what the rate expert recommended for an increase after an in depth review of the Sanitation Fund’s revenues and expenses. Streets/Sanitation Supervisor Hawley responded that the recommendation was a 70% increase to the rate structure. Mayor Adams commented that the recommendation of a 70% increase seemed daunting, though necessary, so after careful consideration, the Mayor and Council agreed to move forward with only a 30% increase. He stated that the 30% rate increase will only be the start of thorough work on the Sanitation Fund to get the revenues to where they need to be as several substantial issues in reference to recycling and the landfill have recently surfaced. Councilwoman Hill stated that it had been discussed previously that sanitation fees have not been increased since 2011, therefore the proposed rate increase is extremely necessary. Councilman Law commented that the City Council operates at the best interest of the residents and that in order for the City to be able to provide the sanitation service today and in the future, rates need to be reviewed and expenses examined, and needed increases built into the rate structure accordingly. Doug Mercer inquired about the 3% annual inflation increase clause of the ordinance. In particular, he questioned if the annual inflation increase had a projected ending date or if it would continue without end. Attorney Eddington responded that the intent is for the annual inflation increase to continue without end and stated that if that annual inflation increase had been in place in 2011, the proposed 30% rate increase that is being presented for approval would not be necessary today. He stated that the annual inflation increase clause is something that should be considered for every City rate ordinance. Councilman Mattis moved and Councilman Kinney seconded to approve the ordinance on second reading as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Engineer Harkins stated that the North Airport Addition is an 80 acre parcel that is located north of the currently existing Torrington Municipal Airport. He indicated that the parcel is City property that is being requested to be annexed to be incorporated within the corporate limits of the City of Torrington. Councilwoman Hill inquired if any changes had been made to the ordinance since approval on first reading. Engineer Harkins confirmed no. Attorney Eddington read by title AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF TORRINGTON, WYOMING, REAL PROPERTY TO BE KNOWN AS THE NORTH AIRPORT ADDITION. Councilwoman Hill moved and Councilman Law seconded to approve the ordinance on second reading as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Mayor Adams stated that the next two ordinances relating to urban chickens within City limits and to fowl housed within – prohibited were related. He asked Deputy City Clerk Anaya to explain why the new ordinance relating to fowl housed within – prohibited was produced. Deputy City Clerk Anaya explained that the creation of the separate ordinance relating to fowl housed within – prohibited is essentially a formatting correction for Municipal Code codification purposes. Section 6.04.230. is a section that already exists within the City code and only needs to be amended. All other sections included in the ordinance relating to urban chickens within City limits are sections that do not currently exist and are being created and Municipal Code codification requirements do not permit amended sections and newly created sections to be outlined within the same ordinance. Therefore, Section 6.04.230. relating to fowl housed within – prohibited was moved to be outlined within its own ordinance.
Attorney Eddington read by title AN ORDINANCE CREATING AND ENACTING SECTIONS 6.04.221., 6.04.222., 6.04.223. AND 6.04.224. OF THE TORRINGTON MUNICIPAL CODE, 2019 REVISIONS, RELATING TO URBAN CHICKENS WITHIN CITY LIMITS. Building Official Estes spoke in reference to a few of the restrictions set forth by the ordinance. He stated that no roosters are allowed, chickens shall be provided with a sanitary and adequately-sized covered enclosure or coop, coops cannot exceed 120 square feet including a fenced run enclosure, and the City of Torrington will inspect and determine compliance with the ordinance on a complaint basis only. He also indicated that prior to a permit being issued, the applicant will be responsible for notifying all legal property owners within 100 feet of the real property lines/boundaries of the residence where the chickens are proposed to be kept. All neighbors will be given the opportunity to voice any concerns prior to any City Council action on the application. Councilman Kinney voiced his concerns in regards to pitting neighbors against each other. He stated that the approach of requiring all surrounding neighbors to consent with a signature prior to a permit being issued may not be the fairest method of pursuing. Councilwoman Hill concurred with Councilman Kinney’s concerns. Building Official Estes commented that when an individual purchases a home, it truly is their responsibility to research what zone the property lies in prior to the purchase to ensure that they fully understand what the specific zone restrictions allow and do not allow. The required notification to all surrounding neighbors is essentially a formal request for a conditional use permit to do something other than what the zoning sanctions. Mayor Adams asked for public comments for or against the approval of the proposed urban chicken ordinance. Galen Alexander, Bonnie Petsch, Ardith Block, Paul Puebla and Harold Anderson spoke in opposition of the proposed urban chicken ordinance. The citizens previously listed stated that they were opposed to the ordinance due to the following reasons: 1. Complaint basis only enforcement; 2. Culling; 3. Predators and Rodents; 4. Smell and mess; 5. Health issues; 6. Potential animal control influx; 7. Concern of lowered property values; 8. Disposal of waste; 9 Constant Care/Expense – newness wears off; 10. Neglect; and 11. Definition of pets versus livestock. Tom Troxel addressed the Mayor and Council. He commented that the City currently does not send reminders to pet owners about pending vaccinations due to limited resources and questioned how the City would monitor vaccinations on chickens. Marilyn Reid and Megan Brittingham spoke in favor of the proposed urban chicken ordinance. The citizens previously listed stated that they were in favor of the ordinance due to the following reasons: 1. No positive avian influenza/other disease report in this region in the last 15 years; 2. Other fowl more at risk to deliver diseases; 3. Trail Elementary uses poultry as a teaching tool for students from the point of incubation to hatching to brooding; 4. Short term commitment for 4-H members; and 5. Poultry is the 9th largest project in the State, just behind beef. Councilwoman Hill stated that she personally does not want a chicken in her backyard, but that she would never forbid her neighbor from having one. She commented that there are other communities in the State, like Laramie, that have allowed chickens via ordinance for many years now and have experienced no significant issues as a result of it. Councilwoman Hill indicated that there are concerns with everything, but that she truly believes that if the ordinance is approved, the citizens that will be applying for a permit to house chickens will be the citizens that truly have an interest and/or a specific reason/purpose for them. Councilman Law expressed his personal reasons for being in opposition of the ordinance. He stated that there is always a potential for those poorly kept properties with chickens to become a problem and enable rodents to come in and feed on those neglected chickens. Councilman Law commented that there was a lot of rationale, both for and against, that was shared during the public forum segment and encouraged all members of the community to continue voicing their opinions in regards to the proposed ordinance as it is ultimately the citizens’ voice that should determine if something is permitted in the community or not. Councilman Mattis stated that he fully understands the health concerns that were articulated during the public forum sector, but indicated that as a healthcare provider in the community, the concerns that were voiced will not be as significant of an issue as foreseen. He commented that an individual has a greater chance of becoming infected with salmonella from the grocery store chicken that has been processed than from chicken droppings and stated that even though he has treated for campylobacter in the community, it mostly comes from the processed chicken; he has never seen a case of campylobacter from chicken droppings or chicken pens. Councilman Mattis also concurred with Councilman Law’s statement that the final decision as to whether urban chickens should be allowed within City limits or not should be up to the citizens of the community through their voice. Mayor Adams applauded those individuals who addressed the Mayor and Council and spoke in order to advance their cause. Councilman Mattis moved and Councilwoman Hill seconded to approve the ordinance on second reading as presented. Voting aye Hill, Kinney and Mattis, nay Adams and Law, motion carried.
Attorney Eddington read by title AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RE-ENACTING SECTION 6.04.230. OF THE TORRINGTON MUNICIPAL CODE, 2019 REVISIONS, RELATING TO FOWL HOUSED WITHIN – PROHIBITED. Mayor Adams stated that the section was amended by removing chickens from the list of fowl outlined as being prohibited. Building Official Estes commented that an exception would have to be added by referencing Section 6.04.221. as allowing chickens within City limits by permit only. Councilwoman Hill inquired if roosters would need to be added to the list of fowl outlined as being prohibited. Attorney Eddington confirmed yes and indicated that those specific modifications would be made to the ordinance to be presented for approval on second reading at the 05-21-19 Council meeting. Councilwoman Hill moved and Councilman Mattis seconded to approve the ordinance on first reading as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Attorney Eddington read by title AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 10.40. OF THE TORRINGTON MUNICIPAL CODE, 2019 REVISIONS, BY CREATING SECTIONS 10.40.100., 10.40.110., 10.40.120., 10.40.130. AND 10.40.140. RELATING TO PROHIBIED ENGINE NOISE IN THE CITY OF TORRINGTON, WYOMING. Mayor Adams stated that the intent of the ordinance is to prohibit any unnecessary engine noises. Councilwoman Hill inquired if anything had been altered since the ordinance was approved on second reading. Attorney Eddington confirmed no. Councilman Law moved and Councilman Kinney seconded to approve Ordinance No. 1213 as presented on third reading. Motion carried unanimously.
The bills from 04-17-19 to 05-07-19 were presented for payment. Councilwoman Hill moved and Councilman Kinney seconded to approve the bills for payment as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Councilwoman Hill moved and Councilman Mattis seconded to adjourn to executive session to discuss personnel. Motion carried unanimously.
Councilman Kinney moved and Councilman Law seconded to return the Council to regular session. Motion carried unanimously.
Councilman Mattis moved and Councilman Law seconded to circumvent the Compensation Policy to hire at Step 6 in Pay Level 530 for the confidential individual as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Councilman Kinney moved and Councilwoman Hill seconded to authorize Engineer Harkins to negotiate for a Seasonal Employee at the Torrington Municipal Airport. Motion carried unanimously.
Councilman Law moved and Councilman Mattis seconded that there being no further business to come before the Council to adjourn at 8:55 p.m. Motion carried unanimously.
The following bills were approved for payment: 65535 M.C. SCHAFF & ASSOCIATES INC. Airport Taxiway Relocation 15822.53;65536 AT&T MOBILITY transmission fees-cardiac monitor 33.46;65537 BLACK HILLS ENERGY utilities-gas 2832.98;65538 NCPERS GROUP LIFE INS payroll withholding 160.00; 65539 MERITAIN HEALTH INC. premium-ins/life admin 33978.37;65540 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS INC. service contract 5109.03;65541 CITY OF TORRINGTON c/o PINNACLE BANK health reserve non-insured employer premium 8418.94;65542 REGIONAL CARE INC. select flex admin 99.00;65543 STANDARD INSURANCE CO premium-long term disability 2059.56;65544 TORRINGTON EMPLOYEES INSURANCE premium 89782.34;65545 WY RETIREMENT SYSTEMS retirement 59318.21;65546 WY DEPT OF WORKFORCE SERVICES workers compensation 14557.05;65547 SZYMANSKI, DANIEL JAMES Airport Operator Contract 1458.38;65548 WY DEPT OF REVENUE sales/use tax 19216.23;65549 CIRCUIT COURT OF GOSHEN CO payroll withholding 350.16;65550 CIRCUIT COURT OF GOSHEN CO payroll withholding 352.23;65551 CITY OF TORRINGTON payroll withholding 1166.86;65552 DENT, DAVID A. Golf Pro Payable 1854.61;65553 FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY payroll withholding 235.97;65554 GREAT-WEST TRUST CO LLC payroll withholding 1591.00;65555 MERIDIAN TRUST FEDERAL CREDIT UNION payroll withholding 2123.00;65556 NEW YORK LIFE payroll withholding 369.37;65557 SOUTH TORRINGTON WATER & SEWER DISTRICT museum-water/sewer 60.00;65558 WASHINGTON NATIONAL INSURANCE CO payroll withholding 32.70;65559 WY CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT payroll withholding 202.45;65560 WY CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT payroll withholding 262.61;65561 WY RETIREMENT SYSTEMS Torr Vol EMT Pension 60.00;65562 WAKEFIELD & ASSOCIATES INC. on job injury 537.00;65563 NEWMAN, PAUL final bill-deposit return 85.70;65564 SEMILER, BRANDON J. final bill-deposit return 87.54;65565 ASSET PROTECTION UNIT INC. refund-ambulance overpayment 215.66;65566 SANDLIAN, JOEL reimb-repair wire 361.20;65567 CENTURY 21 BELL REAL ESTATE final bill-deposit return 197.62;65568 BLOEMKER, DAVID refund-ambulance overpayment 2054.00;65569 CHRISTOPHER WALKER & KATIE HEGWOOD final bill-deposit return 8.40;65570 MARTINEZ, STEVEN final bill-deposit return 168.41;65571 OLSON, CONSTANCE MAUREEN final bill-deposit return 51.13;65572 PRAHL, RILEY N. final bill-deposit return 14.62;65573 GUTIERREZ, ANTONIO final bill-deposit return 65.74;65574 BLEVINS, KATIE MARIE final bill-credit/deposit return 56.43;65575 PINNACLE BANK final bill-credit return 100.02;65576 SANDERS, BETHANY refund-Conestoga Room rental fee 75.00;65577 BELL PARK TOWER final bill-deposit return 44.61;65578 ACTION INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CO work boots 279.98;65579 AIRNAV LLC renewal-basic listing on AirNav.com 55.00;65580 ANIXTER INC. t-bodies,plug caps,adapters 319.13;65581 EAC SUBMISSIONS electronic claims submission 70.20;65582 BAILEY NURSERIES INC. trees 630.50;65583 BARNES LAW LLC Court Appointed Attorney 631.05;65584 BENCHMARK OF TORRINGTON P.C. Frontage Road-repl design/Water Line Replacement 8992.81;65585 BLACKBURN MANUFACTURING CO rhino poly posts 472.51;65586 BLOEDORN LUMBER CO-TORRINGTON trash can,mops,marking flags,concrete bags/ mix,level,chalkline reel,perm chalk,rental fees,light bulb,stepstool,heat gun,heater thermostat,screws, 2x10-10’ fir,hammer/titanium bits,poly adhesive,funnel,paint thinner,anchors,multi-purpose pro respirator,bolts,fasteners,quick snap,sash lift 876.44;65587 BLUE TARP FINANCIAL INC. 2-solid wheels-shop cart,hand truck tires 61.16;65588 BLUFFS SANITARY SUPPLY INC. trash liners,paper towel roll,toilet tissue 273.10;65589 BOMGAARS SUPPLY INC. work boots,rake,v-belts,stain remover,trimmer head, battery,bolt,hinge,extension cords/wands,safety pin,super duty tarp,conduit,detergent,couplers, connectors 667.36;65590 BORDER STATES INDUSTRIES INC. electric heaters,light fixtures,wire,elbows, repair-crimp tool,pole sets,splicing tapes,meter bases,alum stirrups,led lamps,spool insulators, wrenches,cutouts,standoff brackets-single phase,lighting arrestors,elbows,adapters,safety glasses 8638.77;65591 CNA SURETY bond-Judicial 100.00;65592 CASELLE INC. contract support & maint 1990.00;65593 CEARNS, MICHAEL Void;65594 CESSCO INC. chainsaw repair parts 1015.20;65595 CENTURY LUMBER CENTER couplings,connector,nipple,unions,u-bolts,grain scoop,shower rod,blades, screws,nails,fasteners,hanger iron,silicone rubber/silicone,paint,bolt cutter,paste,cleaner,adapter,b-valve,quikrete concrete,bit set,bird spikes,adhesive,bits,heating elements,moisture guard shield,valve boxes,tape measures,drop cloths,flag pole 659.18;65596 CITYSERVICEVALCON LLC jet fuel 12199.97; 65597 CITY OF TORRINGTON postage,employee meal,budget meeting snacks 54.83;65598 CITY OF TORRINGTON Void;65599 CITY OF TORRINGTON c/o FIRST STATE BANK optional sales tax 72907.29; 65600 COMMUNITY HOSPITAL ambulance supplies 202.53;65601 CONNECTING POINT copier service contracts/monthly charges 431.27;65602 CONTRACTORS MATERIALS INC. paint 51.00;65603 ROGUE FITNESS bench,plates,plate frame 2019.44;65604 CULLIGAN WATER OF TORRINGTON water delivered, dispenser rental,o-ring filter 107.07;65605 DECKER, STEVE antifreeze,degreaser,fertilizer,marking white paint,diamond pro,oil,poly scoops 9932.90;65606 DENT, DAVID A. reimb-PGA Membership Dues 495.00; 65607 DIVERSIFIED SERVICES INC. recycle crew,cleaning visits 4117.00;65608 NORTHERN EXPOSURE COMPUTER CENTER 15 blank dvds 15.99;65609 EJS SUPPLY LLC 12-side broom 4 segments 1750.53; 65610 ENERGY LABORATORIES INC. lab testing 5729.00;65611 ESTES, DENNIS reimb-safety work boots 153.00;65612 FASTENAL CO screws,washers,bolts,nuts,fire extinguishers,steel band earmuffs,batteries, hand soap,sweatshirt,drill presses,peg locks 741.54;65613 FERGUSON WATERWORKS #1701 pipe scraper,probes,plier-curb/valve box cleaner 611.41;65614 FLOYD’S TRUCK CENTER INC. valve-tilt steering column 75.94;65615 FRENCHMAN VALLEY FARMERS COOP INC. blue def bulk 343.80;65616 FRONTIER PRECISION INC. 2 day regional training terrasync 1400.00;65617 G & L CONCRETE cement 980.00;65618 GALLS LLC safety jacket/decals,uniforms-shirts/pants 867.26;65619 GOSHEN CO ECONOMIC 1/4 cent sales tax 18226.96;65620 GOSHEN CO PUBLIC HEALTH adult immunizations 105.00; 65621 HAEFFELIN CONSTRUCTION Museum Restoration 10250.00;65622 HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT INC. Crack Fill Project 37533.38;65623 HORIZON WEST INC. mower repair,skid,bolt,cap screw 265.40;65624 HOTLINE ELECTRICAL SALES & SERVICE LLC demand meters 4100.00;65625 IDEAL LINEN SUPPLY mats, scrapers,sam dust/energy fees,garments,sam garment fees,sam linen,coveralls,mops,towels,toilet tissue,rags 1465.38;65626 INDUSTRIAL DISTRIBUTORS bolts,washers,nuts 124.92;65627 J - BUILT HOMES INC. pour bridge/head wall-labor&material,Friendship (Goose) Park Project 11060.10;65628 JOHNSON, MARK A. clean/wash cooling tower 3250.00;65629 KATH BROADCASTING CO LLC tower rent, ads 250.00;65630 KAUFMAN, LARRY A. window installation 88.35;65631 K & K COMMUNICATIONS paging service-elec meters 12.00;65632 LAW, WILLIAM travel reimb 95.70;65633 LENHART, ROBERT metal building carport/compactor 5020.00;65634 LIFEMED SAFETY INC. grid paper 96.64;65635 LUJAN CLEANING SERVICE LLC cleaning,window cleaning 273.75;65636 MAILROOM FINANCE INC. postage 709.35;65637 M.C. SCHAFF & ASSOCIATES INC. UAV Pioneer Park Diversion Dam Services 480.00;65638 MENARDS cleaner 35.92;65639 THE METAL SHOP alum angle/flat iron,medical oxygen,round tube 384.63;65640 MOOREHOUSE INC. trees,dirt 560.00;65641 MS LORRI CAR WASH car wash tokens 30.00; 65642 NE SAFETY AND FIRE EQUIPMENT INC. fire extinguisher recharges 115.00;65643 NORTH PARK TRANSPORTATION museum photo exhibit return 108.31;65644 NORTHWEST PIPE FITTINGS INC. water pipe,inlet 2658.01;65645 OLSON TIRE CO tire repairs,repair patches,tires,ind tube,align check,adjust axles,comp bal,labor dismount/mount,scrap 3652.59;65646 PANHANDLE COOP propane,valve/ attachments,tube 144.53;65647 ENVIRO SERVICES INC. lab analysis 90.00;65648 PANHANDLE GEOTECH & ENVIRO INC. concrete test,pick up cylinders,cylinder breaks 342.00;65649 PITTMAN ELECTRIC LLC change out ballast 130.00;65650 MCKEE, KAREN R. & MARTIN B. uniform t-shirts printed front/back 536.50;65651 PRINT EXPRESS INC. impound forms,work order books,utility bills,door hangars,name badges,ups 3261.02;65652 QUILL CORPORATION ink cartridges,standup stapler 107.17;65653 RAPID FIRE PROTECTION INC. inspection 995.00;65654 RAY ALLEN MANUFACTURING LLC vehicle canine cage 2556.99;65655 REGENCY MIDWEST VENTURES LIMITED PARTNER lodging 960.00;65656 SPECTRUM ENGINEERING RESOURCES Cold Springs substation-construction management/inspection 1544.25;65657 ROSE BROTHERS INC. regulator 82.80;65658 VANDEL DRUG gift 15.99;65659 SAM’S CLUB/SYCHRONY BANK coffee maker,coffee,sheet protectors,tape,hand sanitizer,towels,kleenex 324.19;65660 VALLEY MOTOR SUPPLY air/oil filters,blower motor/resistor,battery,oil seal,u-joint repair kit,hyd fittings,caps,air fresheners,protectant,headlight/pin,hyd hose,bulbs,lens,booster pac,oil,temro cord,lamps,junc block, wire loom,wire,door handle 1226.88;65661 TEAM CHEVROLET actuators,vehicle keys 135.16;65662 SMITTY’S REPAIR SERVICE angle iron,iron round 84.20;65663 SNOW CREST CHEMICALS LLC hot water closed loop contract 125.00;65664 STRYKER SALES CORPORATION bearing repl kit,sensor,travel/labor 1488.13;65665 THOMAS, STEPHEN L. Plan Review-O’Reilly Auto Parts 1937.50;65666 TIP TOP TREE SERVICE tree trimming 3600.00;65667 TNEMEC CO INC. paint,thinner 832.50;65668 TORRINGTON FIRE DEPT professional services 800.00;65669 TORRINGTON OFFICE SUPPLY parchment certificates,dividers, paper,binders,receipt paper,stapler,folders,hanging files,laminated tape/toner/ink cartridges,bulletin/ white boards,envelope sealers,post it flags,manilla envelopes,sleeves,address labels,ledgers 993.44; 65670 TROXEL, TOM travel reimb 167.04;65671 CENTURYLINK TVFD phone,data lines 2879.93;65672 VALLEY MERCANTILE CO INC. screw driver bit/tool 4.02;65673 VERIZON WIRELESS cell phones,data-tablets/hotspot/EM 1319.18;65674 W A M-WCCA energy lease-Lincoln CC/Museum 3150.00;65675 AC ELECTRIC MOTOR SERVICE refurbished heat pump motor 1379.07;65676 GRAINGER picnic table,marking flags,delineator posts,cleaning tissues,repl parts-park rr urinals/stools 1409.90;65677 WAMCO LAB INC. full chronic toxicity test 600.00;65678 WEST WINDS TREE SERVICE tree trimming 11406.25;65679 WESTERN PATHOLOGY CONSULTANTS drug screen,urine collection,breath alcohol 107.10;65680 WYO-BRASKA ENTERPRISES INC. sterilant 3443.00;65681 WY ASSOC OF MUNICIPALITIES WAM 2019 Summer Convention-registration fees 1355.00;65682 WY DEPT OF AGRICULTURE pool licenses 100.00;65683 RESPOND FIRST AID SYSTEMS OF WY 1st aid kit supplies 110.37;65684 WY MACHINERY service-Caterpillar Scraper 3739.96;65685 TORRINGTON TELEGRAM legals,advertising 4346.25;65686 WY SECURITY SYSTEMS INC. museum alarm monitoring 480.00;65687 YAMAHA MOTOR CORPORATION USA annual lease agreement 9612.00;65688 GRAYBILL, TAMI final bill-deposit return 51.61
Public Notice No. 7066 published in the Torrington Telegram May 17, 2019.