City of Torrington )
County of Goshen )
State of Wyoming )
The Torrington City Council met in regular session on Tuesday, October 15, 2019 in the City Council Chambers at 436 East 22nd Ave. at 7:00 p.m. Present: Mayor Adams, Council Members Hill, Kinney and Mattis. Councilman Law was absent but excused. Also Present: Clerk/Treasurer Strecker, Director of Public Works Harkins, Building Official Estes, Water/Wastewater Supervisor Troxel and Deputy City Clerk Anaya.
Mayor Adams called the meeting to order.
Councilman Kinney led the Pledge of Allegiance.
Mayor Adams commented on the progress of various projects throughout the City:
1. The Frontage Road Reconstruction and Water Line Replacement Project is behind schedule. The October 18, 2019 anticipated substantial completion date will not be met. Next steps will include City staff working out some sort of agreement with the contractor in regard to a time extension.
2. The walking path along West 15th Avenue will be complete by the end of the week.
3. The continuation of the walking path between 20th and 22nd Avenue will commence in a week or so. It will run along the southwest side of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Mayor Adams stated that he has been contacted by several people inquiring about the status of the Pioneer Building. He commented that the City does not own the building but that he had recently been in touch with the owner Larry Cottier. He and Building Official Estes were given a tour of the building. Mayor Adams indicated that the building itself has an amazing structure, is well built and is essentially empty. It is a fortress. He stated that the current point of interest is to attempt to find proper use of the building so that the community will benefit. Mayor Adams urged the public to please contact him with any ideas or proposals that will assist that specific cause.
Mayor Adams announced that Attorney Eddington is doing well and is on the road to recovery. He is anticipated to return to his normal schedule beginning November 1, 2019.
Councilwoman Hill moved and Councilman Mattis seconded to approve the consent agenda which includes the minutes from the 10-01-19 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 Proposals for the 2020 Golf Season – 2020 Golf Tournament Schedule from the Action Items List.
Councilman Kinney moved and Councilman Mattis seconded to approve the agenda as amended. Motion carried unanimously.
Chief of Police Hurd introduced James Olson, Director of Training with the City of Port St. Lucie, Florida Police Department, to the Mayor and Council. He stated that Mr. Olson has been paramount in educating and training his department to serve the community to its fullest potential. Chief of Police Hurd indicated that Mr. Olson teaches a multitude of items relating to police officers and commented that he has also mastered both traditional and combat martial arts. The system that he utilizes, the Olson Combat System, is a blend of what works from various combat martial arts, as well as experience from military and law enforcement organizations, and it blends empty hand and weapon based response at the appropriate time. Mr. Olson addressed the Mayor and Council. He briefly summarized the items that the police department will be trained on for the specific duration of his official visit, which included the following: High liabilities, vehicle operations, emergency response, preventable deaths, safety, medical aide, basic life support, taser certification, defensive tactic program and supervisor training.
Mayor Adams stated that the presentation of the Community Hero Award began in August of 2019 and that the first recipient to receive the award was Abe Correa for his work with the Torrington Little League Program and the sacrifices he made to improve the lives of those kids. He spoke briefly about those people in the community who go out of their way to help others. Those people are volunteers helping friends and neighbors in all aspects of the community, coaches, church leaders, people who take care of the elderly and volunteer at food banks, businesses downtown who contribute time, effort and money to improve the community overall, and many other giving people within the community itself. Mayor Adams indicated that the next recipient of the Community Hero Award is Tom John McCreery. He commented that Mr. McCreery is the type of individual that is involved in everything. None of it benefits him financially, but what he does benefits so many others. He sets an example for the entire community. When others in the community say they are too busy, that it is not their job or that it is not fair or they simply call and complain to anyone who will listen to them, Mr. McCreery inquires how to get involved and how to help the problem. In the distant past, Mr. McCreery worked for Holly Sugar Corporation where he used his education and communication skills to help the farmers in the growing and the harvesting of beets. He then transitioned into banking where he loaned money to individuals in need and served on the Goshen County School Board where his efforts were in the best interest of the kids. Mr. McCreery presently serves on the Eastern Wyoming College (EWC) Foundation Board raising money to improve the educational offerings at EWC and is a EWC Trustee serving on the board and contributing ideas to establish quality policies for the community college. Those contributions benefit not only Torrington, but all of Goshen County, surrounding counties, western Nebraska, several other states and students from foreign countries. He also serves on the Board of Directors for Diversified Services, Inc. and volunteers with the Care and Share Program. As of recently, Mr. McCreery has also agreed to serve on the Board of Directors for the Homesteaders Museum where his knowledge, skills and background as a lifelong resident of Goshen County and the community have already made a difference in moving the board forward. In addition to everything previously stated, Mr. McCreery is also a very giving neighbor. Every neighborhood needs a Tom John McCreery. He scoops snow, clears sidewalks and drives people to appointments. Whenever he sees or hears of a problem he is there to help. Mayor Adams quoted a line from the film It’s a Wonderful Life that says, “Strange, isn’t it? Each man’s life touches so many other lives. When he isn’t around he leaves an awful hole, doesn’t he?” He concluded by stating that that is the story of Tom John McCreery and his wife Janan and commented that that is the kind of people they are. Mayor Adams indicated that the McCreery’s have touched many lives and made them better and that is why Tom John McCreery is deserving of the Community Hero Award. Mayor Adams presented Mr. McCreery with the award. Mr. McCreery was congratulated with a big round of applause. Mr. McCreery thanked the Mayor and Council for the award. He then introduced the guests that were present on his behalf to the Mayor and Council.
Clerk/Treasurer Strecker introduced the OpenGov Financial Transparency Portal to the Mayor and Council. She stated that she has been working on the project for over a year now and is extremely pleased to present and launch the completed product. The software takes all of the City’s financial information and allows users to view data, create their own report(s), download data into Microsoft Excel and look at trends based on the specific selection criteria that they define. Clerk/Treasurer Strecker commented that the City is committed to honest budgeting, responsible spending and financial transparency and indicated that the portal is designed to bring visibility, openness and accountability to its operations. She stated that this resource is part of the City’s ongoing effort to enhance transparency and public engagement in City government. Clerk/Treasurer Strecker presented an OpenGov introductory tutorial video and demonstrated how to utilize the FAQ section of the portal that is located on the City’s website.
Patrick Zimmerer with Table Mountain Vineyards, LLC requested approval of a catering permit for a TDS Business After Hours Event that was held at 2126 East A Street on October 10, 2019 from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Mayor Adams stated that Mr. Zimmerer inadvertently missed the deadline for the 10-01-19 Council meeting 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 10-03-19. Councilman Mattis moved and Councilwoman Hill seconded to approve the catering permit that was approved via e-mail on 10-03-19. Councilwoman Hill expressed her concerns in regards to the ratification process. She stated that recurring applicants should be completely knowledgeable on the City’s policies and procedures by now. Councilman Kinney concurred with Councilwoman Hill’s concerns and indicated that those policies and procedures are in place for a reason. Voting aye Adams, Hill and Mattis, nay Kinney, motion carried.
James Miller with 307 Sports Bar & Grill requested approval of a catering permit for a Goshen County Economic Development Corporation Annual Meeting to be held at 436 East 22nd Avenue in the Lincoln Community Complex Pony Express Room on January 9, 2020 from 2:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Councilwoman Hill moved and Councilman Kinney seconded to approve the catering permit as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Clerk/Treasurer Strecker read by title AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RE-ENACTING CHAPTER 10.32. OF THE TORRINGTON MUNICIPAL CODE, 2019 REVISIONS, RELATING TO PARKING. Building Official Estes stated that there have been some modifications to the ordinance since approval on first and second reading. Section 10.32.030. D. was altered to name the Clerk of the Court as the individual responsible for accepting payments from violations covered in the section. The violation fee of $20.00 was also adjusted to be a sum to be set by the City Council to avoid having to amend the ordinance for potential fee adjustment situations that may arise in the future. Section 10.32.130. was also modified removing the parking restriction between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. The 24 hour period restriction will still apply in any designated municipal parking lot where posted. Mayor Adams commented that the proposed revisions were reviewed prior to the Council meeting by the City Council and himself, Chief of Police Hurd, Building Official Estes and Attorney Eddington via e-mail. There are no objections to approval on third reading with the revisions as presented. Councilman Mattis inquired if the heading to Section 10.32.130. – Parking between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. should be modified to reflect the revisions that were made within the section. Building Official Estes responded yes, that minor edit was inadvertently overlooked. The section heading will be amended from Parking between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. to Parking more than a 24 hour period. Councilman Kinney moved and Councilman Mattis seconded to approve Ordinance No. 1221 as amended on third reading. Motion carried unanimously.
Building Official Estes presented for approval a Purchase/Sale Agreement between George Eugene Schilreff and the City of Torrington. He stated that the sale is in reference to a piece of property located on 11th Avenue beginning at a point which is 50 feet south and 550 feet west of the southeast corner of Lot 16, Curtis Second Addition, Town of Torrington, Wyoming. The property, which has been for sale for two years now, previously housed a well for the Water Department. The well has since then been removed and all corresponding piping unhooked to ensure complete exclusion from the City’s water system. The City did receive one other bid for the purchase of the property but it was determined by the Mayor and City Council that the bid was not sufficient enough in terms of the amount offered. Mr. Schilreff has offered a total purchase price of $6,000.00 for the property and has the intention of moving a mobile home onto the lot if the purchase agreement is approved. Building Official Estes stated that staff recommends approval of the agreement. Councilwoman Hill moved and Councilman Kinney seconded to approve the Purchase/Sale Agreement between George Eugene Schilreff and the City of Torrington as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Golf Pro Dent presented the 2020 Golf Rates and Fees for approval. He stated that a new detail being proposed for the 2020 season is the removal of the non-resident rates and fees as he feels that the non-resident category has not been beneficial or instrumental to the City in any way. Modifications presented for approval were: Junior/Student - $125.00, Single - $460.00, Couple/Married - $670.00, Family - $760.00, College Student (under 26 years of age) - $130.00, Senior (62 years of age and older) - $420.00, Senior Couples (both must be 62 years of age or older and married) - $635.00, Couple Range Pass (must be married) - $260.00, Family Range Pass - $300.00, Junior Range Pass - $125.00, Single Adult Annual Range Pass (one person range pass) - $215.00, and College Student Range Pass (under 26 years of age) - $135.00. Councilman Mattis moved and Councilman Kinney seconded to approve the 2020 Golf Rates and Fees as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Golf Pro Dent presented for approval additional incentives that he would like to incorporate into the 2020 Golf Rate and Fee Schedule. The incentives presented for approval were the following: 1. 9 Hole Punch Card (12 rounds for the price of 10) - $170.00. Punch card must be used 90 days after day of purchase; 2. 18 Hole Punch Card (12 rounds for the price of 10) - $280.00. Punch card must be used 90 days after day of purchase; 3. Military Discount. All active and non-active military personnel receive a 10% discount on all fees including merchandise; 4. Military Monday. Free golf and range balls on May 25, 2020 for all active and non-active military personnel; 5. Annual Golf Pass. Any annual golf pass purchased receives 2 free green fees. Must rent a City cart or pay a daily trail fee. The two green fees are non-transferrable to other annual card holders, non-transferrable to the following year and non-refundable. May not be used for outings or golf tournaments; 6. Employee 20% off for all annual membership cards. Includes all full-time City of Torrington employees. Non-taxable at 20% or below. This is for golf only. Not applicable for use of the driving range or City golf carts; 7. Employee Golf Tournament. No charge to the employee. 9 hole scramble format. Rules and behavior sheet reviewed and signed by the Mayor. Scheduled for August 14, 2020. 5:00 p.m. shotgun start. Only the front 9 will be played. All employees must check in at the Golf Shop and have their own bag and clubs; 8. Junior Incentive. $50.00 for the junior golf class. $125.00 for the junior golf annual pass. $150.00 if interested in both the junior golf class and the junior golf annual pass ($50.00 for the class/$100.00 for the pass); and 9. Nebraska Golf Pass Insert. The goal of the Nebraska Golf Passport (NGP) is to increase rounds, revenue and exposure for participating golf facilities. The Passport can only be used once at each participating facility and is good for one round of golf and cart. Each golfer is required to pay a Passport fee which is set by the participating golf facility. Clerk/Treasurer Strecker stated that she does not believe that the IRS will allow the City to offer an employee 20% incentive without considering that discount as income. Councilman Mattis indicated that he would prefer that the proposed incentives get voted on for approval after all of the appropriate language is cleared up and made definite including the research as to what the IRS will and will not allow for City employee discounts. Golf Pro Dent commented that he would work on getting the incentive proposal finalized and present it for final approval with the 2020 Golf Tournament Schedule.
Clerk/Treasurer Strecker read Resolution No. 2019-9 recognizing the annual national day of advocacy “Imagine a Day Without Water” being held on October 23, 2019 which is an organized effort to educate the public about why water is an essential, invaluable resource, highlighting the critical importance of access to reliable, clean water and the need for water infrastructure investments necessary to maintain and rebuild these vital systems. It recognizes that water is essential to the quality of life and economic competitiveness and acknowledges the importance of educating the public about the value of water, and it states that the City of Torrington is dedicated to investing in safe and reliable water and wastewater infrastructure and calls on our federal partners to bring much-needed funding and innovation to protect and restore our critical water infrastructure. Councilman Kinney stated that he would like to propose the amendment of adding state partners to be called on for funding in addition to the federal partners. Councilman Kinney moved and Councilman Mattis seconded to approve Resolution No. 2019-9 as amended. Motion carried unanimously.
Water/Wastewater Supervisor Troxel presented the bid results for a New 1 Ton Extended Cab Work Truck with Tool Box. He stated staff recommended awarding the bid to Transwest Ford of Torrington, Wyoming in the amount of $52,282.00. Mayor Adams indicated that the truck that is going to be replaced has 128,000 miles and will be transferred to the Parks Department as soon as the new one arrives. Councilman Mattis asked Water/Wastewater Supervisor Troxel to explain what the trucks in his department are utilized for and to describe the amount of hard use that they are put through disregarding daily usage. Water/Wastewater Supervisor Troxel responded that 1 ton trucks are essential in order to adequately accommodate the weight load and hauling needs that are required for specific job duties associated with his department. He indicated that all trucks in his department are fully stocked with tools, fittings and parts as staff needs to be fully prepared for any job situation that may occur whether routine or irregular. The trucks in the department are also used to pull the job trailer which averages around 10,000 pounds in weight due to the equipment that is hauled on it. ½ ton trucks were previously utilized and their frames were frequently and rapidly cracked and broken due to the extent of use that they were put through. Water/Wastewater Supervisor Troxel stated that the 1 ton trucks sit level, are more durable and are all around a better fit for his department and their needs. Councilman Kinney moved and Councilwoman Hill seconded to award the bid to Transwest Ford of Torrington, Wyoming in the amount of $52,282.00 as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
The bills from 10-02-19 to 10-15-19 were presented for payment. Councilwoman Hill moved and Councilman Mattis seconded to approve the bills for payment as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Mayor Adams asked for public comments, questions or concerns. None were heard.
Councilman Mattis thanked the City staff that is instrumental in the daily maintenance and upkeep of the Pioneer Park RV camping area. He stated that he had family in town who stayed in the camping area and that they had nothing but good things to say about it. They were very appreciative of how clean the area is and the fact that it is patrolled by the Police Department. Councilman Mattis commended all City staff involved for a job well done and stated that he too is very appreciative of their efforts.
Councilman Kinney stated that he is extremely grateful for the Police Department Take Home Vehicles that are visible within the City and indicated that he thinks that it makes the community feel that much safer.
Councilwoman Hill inquired if the annual Safety Treat Night and Trunk or Treat event normally held on Main Street will be occurring this year. Building Official Estes replied yes, the event will be held on Thursday, October 31, 2019 from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Councilwoman Hill moved and Councilman Kinney seconded that there being no further business to come before the Mayor and Council to adjourn at 8:22 p.m. Motion carried unanimously.
The following bills were approved for payment: 66897 CITY OF TORRINGTON c/o FIRST STATE BANK optional sales tax 84022.57;66898 GOSHEN CO ECONOMIC 1/4 cent sales tax 21005.85;66899 TORRINGTON EMPLOYEES INSURANCE select flex contributions 2426.94;66900 TOUCHTONE COMMUNICATIONS INC. long distance 87.64;66901 CENTURYLINK TVFD phone/data line 291.79;66902 HURD, TIMOTHY reimb-uniform expense 170.00;66903 DOUG THOUTT refund overpayment 628.00; 66904 VANETA KERNS ESTATE final bill-credit return 45.37;66905 GOSHEN HELP final bill-deposit return 355.28;66906 TRICIA COLSON final bill-deposit return 104.83;66907 FELIX K. BOR final bill-deposit return 51.74;66908 TODD GAIL MILLER final bill-deposit return 73.28;66909 MISTY DAWN MOONEY final bill-deposit return 167.54;66910 MICHAEL LOY final bill-deposit return 217.49;66911 DANIEL L. MARSHALL JR. final bill-deposit return 57.96;66912 CHRISTOPHER W. SWANSON final bill-deposit return 124.47; 66913 TY E. JOHNSON final bill-deposit return 160.47;66914 JOEL NASH final bill-deposit return 85.95; 66915 RANDAL SIMMONS final bill-deposit return 213.66;66916 TORRINGTON SAGE APT final bill-deposit return 51.67;66917 ACTION COMMUNICATIONS INC. repeater maint,antennas/wires-radios 334.75;66918 ASSOC. OF PUBLIC TREASURERS-US & CANADA membership renewal 145.00;66919 AVI PC field surveying 14077.80;66920 B & C STEEL CORPORATION round bars,bending charge 123.30;66921 BANKER’S BANK OF THE WEST INC. lease payments 65565.26;66922 BENCHMARK OF TORRINGTON P.C. Frontage Road-construction phase 4182.08;66923 BORDER STATES INDUSTRIES INC. breakers, transformers,copper,meter bases,conduit,load break elbow,meter locking rings,transformer locks 3554.16;66924 BROWN CO mower service 414.85;66925 CANON FINANCIAL SERVICES INC. copier contracts 839.00;66926 CASELLE INC. contract support & maint 1990.00;66927 CENTURY LUMBER CENTER chain-link fencing/accessories,pail,metal handle,brass plugs,couplings,dripper,rain drip punch, clamps,teflon paste,cement,pipe cleaner,elbows,concrete/mix,rakes,shovels,tee,primer,plated steel, turnbuckle,nipples,backer rod,fasteners,drill bit,posts/caps,bolts,roof drain gutter parts,nozzle,brace bands,rail ends,nuts,wasp/hornet killer,nylon rope,roller cover/frame,brush,paint tray,outlet,range receptacle/plug,ground wire,box cover,caulk,screws,wood glue,plywood,furring strip,greenguard wd, wedge anchors 21354.59;66928 CITY OF GERING single stream recycling 268.82;66929 CLARKE, JOSEPH A. re-route water line-baler office 430.39;66930 ABSOLUTE SOLUTIONS pagers/batteries-City portion 1232.06;66931 COMMUNITY HOSPITAL ambulance supplies 99.12;66932 CONNECTING POINT copier service contracts/monthly charges 488.03;66933 CULLIGAN WATER OF TORRINGTON dispenser rentals 92.00;66934 DECKER, STEVE sand,fertilizer,headway chemical 3066.00;66935 DIVERSIFIED SERVICES INC. cleaning services 360.00;66936 DPC INDUSTRIES INC. sodium hypo 3145.81;66937 NORTHERN EXPOSURE COMPUTER CENTER toner 270.00;66938 EMERGENCY APPARATUS MAINTENANC INC. NFPA pump tests 1237.50;66939 ENERGY LABORATORIES INC. lab testing 757.00;66940 dba POLLARDWATER magnetic pipe locators 169.90;66941 FRENCHMAN VALLEY FARMERS COOP INC. diesel additive 385.84; 66942 GALLS LLC chevrons,shirts/pants-uniforms 3002.86;66943 GOSHEN CO ECONOMIC monthly contribution 2500.00;66944 GOSHEN CO PUBLIC HEALTH adult immunizations 42.00;66945 GOSHEN CO TREASURER IT Agreement 51816.25;66946 GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP copier leases 420.00;66947 GW MECHANICAL INC. backflow tests 375.00;66948 THE HARTFORD volunteer firefighter accident insurance-City portion 761.97;66949 HELLUS JR., DAVID M. repl filter,clean ice machine 432.50; 66950 HUB INTERNATIONAL MOUNTAIN STATES LIMITED endorsement-adding 2019 Case Maxxum Tractor 23.00;66951 IDEAL LINEN SUPPLY mats,scrapers,sam dust/energy fees,coveralls,garments,sam garment fees,sam linen,mops,towels,rags,toilet tissue 1015.54;66952 INBERG-MILLER ENGINEERS new cell design/permit renewal-retainage 2923.68;66953 INDUSTRIAL DISTRIBUTORS washers,glass cleaner, bolts,wasp/hornet spray,o-ring/hairpin assortments,magnetic tray,plier set,pin 308.03;66954 K-9 CONCEPTS INC. K-9 dog accessories-lead,collar,track line,crate,brush 184.50;66955 KATH BROADCASTING CO LLC tower rent 75.00;66956 K & K COMMUNICATIONS paging service-elec meters 12.00;66957 FRANK PARTS CO stoplight bulb,towels,washer fluid,tire care/valve,misc tool,oil/fuel filters, lamp,bolts,antifreeze,chuck,locknuts,u-joint,wiper blades,battery/credit,spray paint 820.70;66958 L N CURTIS & SONS wrenches 40.00;66959 LONG BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES INC. repairs-convection oven/ refrigerator/freezer 1491.88;66960 LUJAN CLEANING SERVICE LLC cleaning,window cleaning 237.00; 66961 MAILROOM FINANCE INC. neopost postage 737.05;66962 MCMASTER-CARR SUPPLY CO pipe fittings,pipe cement,primer 75.49;66963 MENARDS shelving 238.00;66964 MERITAIN HEALTH INC. premium-ins/life admin 31499.52;66965 MUNICIPAL CODE CORPORATION annual subscription 900.00; 66966 MUNICIPAL ENERGY AGENCY OF NE wholesale power 425837.38;66967 NORTH PLATTE VALLEY CONSERVATION DIST contribution-hazardous waste collection day 4000.00;66968 OLSON TIRE CO tire repairs/patches 417.06;66969 ONE CALL OF WY tickets for CDC code TRG 81.00;66970 PANHANDLE COOP food-car show,baking soda,vinegar 70.84;66971 ENVIRO SERVICES INC. lab analysis 180.00;66972 PATRICK, JOHN B. Municipal Court Judge 2000.00;66973 THE L L JOHNSON DIST CO spacer-roller,roller deck,rh spindle assy 382.71;66974 CITY OF TORRINGTON c/o PINNACLE BANK health reserve non-insured employer premium 13771.12;66975 PINNACLE BANK travel expenses-fuel/lodging,retirement gift,head lamps 276.78;66976 PORT-A-POTS BY TDS INC. TVFD port-a-pots at 1841 East L 119.96;66977 PRINT EXPRESS INC. envelopes,invoices,register tickets,ups 886.40;66978 QUILL CORPORATION coffee, post its,correction tape,highlighters,tape 227.83;66979 RAILROAD MANAGEMENT CO III LLC license fee-sewer crossing 146.41;66980 REGIONAL CARE INC. select flex admin 93.50;66981 RIVER VIEW SAND & GRAVEL LLC sand for snow removal 2428.80;66982 SAM’S CLUB/SYCHRONY BANK retirement party supplies,staples,laminating,cups,swiffer dusters,dish soap,paper towels,picture frames,Halloween candy 623.30;66983 SANDBERG IMPLEMENT INC. strainer 19.73;66984 TEAM CHEVROLET seal 7.86;66985 SCOTTS BLUFF COUNTRY CLUB smithco greens roller w/ trailer 1500.00;66986 SNOW CREST CHEMICALS LLC hot water closed loop contract 125.00;66987 SONNY’S BIKE & FITNESS treadmill service/repair 84.00;66988 SUEZ WTS USA INC. monthly chemical management 7748.79;66989 T D S COLLECTIONS SERVICE INC. road base 901.38;66990 TELEDYNE INSTRUMENTS INC. plotter paper 664.00;66991 SOUTHWESTERN EQUIPMENT CO seal kit 242.92;66992 TIMBERLINE ELECTRIC & CONTROL CORP comp tech/field service/screen updates,add tags/trend screen,download IFIX 1207.50;66993 TORRINGTON EMPLOYEES INSURANCE premium 86084.65;66994 TRANSWEST FORD LLC complete interior details 218.00;66995 TWO SHOT GOOSE HUNT 2019 2shot Pit Sponsorship 150.00;66996 U S POSTMASTER PO Box Annual Rent 120.00;66997 U S POSTMASTER credit for postage 850.00;66998 VERIZON WIRELESS TVFD cell phones 96.51;66999 W A M-WCCA energy lease-Lincoln CC/Museum 3150.00;67000 WEGLIN JR., EDWARD H. mow/trim 220.00;67001 WELLS FARGO BANK N.A. annual trust fee-electric JPB Bond 3500.00;67002 WESTERN COOPERATIVE CO hyd/diesel exhaust fluid,Wyoming dry mix,unleaded fuel, dyed premium diesel 16910.70;67003 WESTERN PATHOLOGY CONSULTANTS breath alcohol,drug screen, urine collection 171.00;67004 WY ENGINEERING SOCIETY 2019 Membership Dues 60.00;67005 RESPOND FIRST AID SYSTEMS OF WY 1st aid kit supplies 128.17;67006 TORRINGTON TELEGRAM ads, legals 3238.50;67007 WY RETIREMENT SYSTEMS Torr Vol EMT Pension 45.00;67008 WYRULEC CO Landfill Electric 165.74;67009 ZELL HEATING & COOLING LLC cleaned unit heaters/checked operation 200.00;67010 DOG WASTE DEPOT dog waste bags 48.24;67011 Void;67012 NCPERS GROUP LIFE INS payroll withholding 160.00;67013 CITY OF TORRINGTON payroll withholding 144.59;67014 DENT, DAVID A. Golf Pro Payable 515.18;67015 FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY payroll withholding 235.97;67016 GREAT-WEST TRUST CO LLC payroll withholding 1541.00;67017 MERIDIAN TRUST FEDERAL CREDIT UNION payroll withholding 2223.00;67018 NEW YORK LIFE payroll withholding 369.37;67019 WASHINGTON NATIONAL INSURANCE CO payroll withholding 32.70;67020 WY CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT payroll withholding 262.61;67021 WY CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT payroll withholding 202.45
Public Notice No. 7225 published in the Torrington Telegram October 25, 2019.