Public Notice No. 7871


PUBLIC NOTICE

City of Torrington     )
County of Goshen     )
State of Wyoming     )

The Torrington City Council met in regular session on Tuesday, June 15, 2021 in the City Council Chambers at 436 East 22nd Ave. at 7:00 p.m. Present: Mayor Adams, Council Members Kelly, Kinney, Patterson and Steinbock. Also Present: Clerk/Treasurer Strecker, Attorney Eddington, Director of Public Works Harkins, Chief of Police Johnson, Building Official Estes and Deputy City Clerk Anaya.
Mayor Adams called the meeting to order.
Mayor Adams stated that the public who is not in attendance of the meeting can participate in the public hearings that are to follow by calling (307) 534-4790.
Deputy City Clerk Anaya led the Pledge of Allegiance.
Councilman Kelly moved and Councilman Kinney seconded to approve the consent agenda which includes the minutes from the 06-01-21 Council meeting as published and all actions therein be ratified. Motion carried unanimously.
Councilman Kinney moved and Councilwoman Steinbock seconded to approve the agenda as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Gypsy La’ More with the Open Barrel Brewing Company requested approval of a catering permit for an 86’D Rod & Custom and Alpha Silver Grand Opening event to be held on 06-26-21 from 12:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. at 119 Curtis Avenue. Councilman Patterson moved and Councilwoman Steinbock seconded to approve the catering permit as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Brayden Connour with Goshen County Economic Development (GCED) addressed the Mayor and Council. He stated that GCED is seeking the approval of two resolutions of support to move forward with a Wyoming Business Council grant and loan combination. Mr. Connour commented that the Business Ready Community application is for a $3,000,000.00 grant and $3,000,000.00 loan combination for the construction of the M Lazy Heart Feeds, LLC Feed Mill Facility. He indicated that as a part of the application process, the City of Torrington will become the owner of the facility, and stated that the City of Torrington in turn will lease the facility to M Lazy Heart Feeds, LLC. He commented that M Lazy Heart Feeds, LLC is positioned to invest $7.3 million into the project, therefore making the total project cost $13.3 million. Mr. Connour indicated that the funding structure of the project is not unprecedented. He stated that other communities such as the City of Lander, the City of Cody and the City of Sheridan have received similar type of funding. Mr. Connour commented that the purchase of the land where the facility will be constructed is also included in the project. He indicated that 12.2 acres of real property located in the Torrington East Side Industrial Park will be purchased for $244,000.00. Mr. Connour stated that M Lazy Heart Feeds, LLC will have the option to purchase after 5 years for the balance of the land and the facility. He commented that the facility will be the largest and only one of its kind in the State of Wyoming and indicated that it will have the ability to produce 65,000 tons of feed annually. Mr. Connour stated that the facility will be mostly automated, and commented that the project will create 19 direct jobs and an additional 18 indirect jobs. He indicated that potential partners in the project include Eastern Wyoming College, the University of Wyoming, Colorado State University, Westco and Panhandle Coop. Mr. Connour commented that the project will add value to local grown agriculture products and stated that GCED considers it a true win for Torrington and Goshen County overall. Mayor Adams opened the public hearing to seek input regarding the project. He asked for public comments in favor of the project. Scott Prusia, Christine Miller, Brett Malm and Paul (Cactus) Covello spoke in support of the project. Mayor Adams asked for public comments against the project. Shane Viktorin, Chelsea Baars and Carl Carlson spoke in opposition of the project. The public hearing was closed. The audio archive of the Council meeting is publicly accessible to anyone interested in the full synopsis of the public hearing. Please visit https://www.torringtonwy.gov/AgendaCenter to access the archive.
Attorney Eddington read Resolution No. 2021-5 authorizing the submission of an application to the Business Ready Community Business Committed Grant Program for the construction of a feed mill facility in the Torrington East Side Industrial Park to lease to M Lazy Heart Feeds, LLC. Councilman Kinney moved and Councilwoman Steinbock seconded to approve Resolution No. 2021-5 as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Attorney Eddington read Resolution No. 2021-6 authorizing the submission of an application to the Business Ready Community Business Committed Loan Program for the construction of a feed mill facility in the Torrington East Side Industrial Park to lease to M Lazy Heart Feeds, LLC. Councilman Patterson moved and Councilman Kinney seconded to approve Resolution No. 2021-6 as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Brayden Connour with Goshen County Economic Development addressed the Mayor and Council. He stated that a market analysis for 12.2 acres of real property located in the Torrington East Side Industrial Park was completed. Attorney Eddington indicated that a market analysis based on comparable sales is one of the three criterion measurements used in an appraisal. He commented that the comparable sales method is what is used on a daily basis in litigation and in District Court for probates and for valuations for the court to consider. Attorney Eddington stated that the governing body for the City of Torrington needs to approve the sale of the 12.2 acres of real property pursuant to Wyoming Statute 15-1-112(b)(i)(D). Mayor Adams opened the public hearing for consideration of the sale of real property located in the Torrington East Side Industrial Park in the amount of $244,000.00. He asked for public comments in favor of the sale, none were heard. Mayor Adams asked for public comments against the sale. Carl Carlson spoke in opposition of the sale. The public hearing was closed. The audio archive of the Council meeting is publicly accessible to anyone interested in the full synopsis of the public hearing. Please visit https://www.torringtonwy.gov/AgendaCenter to access the archive. Councilman Kinney moved and Councilman Patterson seconded to approve the sale of real property located in the Torrington East Side Industrial Park in the amount of $244,000.00 as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Mayor Adams declared a conflict of interest and excused himself so that the Council could consider a request from Karlee Jones DBA Deacons Restaurant for a Restaurant Liquor License.
Mayor Pro-Tem Kinney presented for approval a request from Karlee Jones DBA Deacons Restaurant for a Restaurant Liquor License at 1558 South Main Street. Karlee Jones addressed the Mayor and Council. She stated that she is now positioned to pursue the approval of a liquor license at her establishment. Ms. Jones indicated that her previous attempt to acquire a liquor license was unsuccessful due to the unexpected temporary closure of her business that occurred in March of 2020 as a result of COVID-19. She commented that if the liquor license request is approved, only beer and wine will be offered on the menu. Deputy City Clerk Anaya stated that the license term will be from 06-16-21 through 03-31-22. Mayor Pro-Tem Kinney opened the public hearing for consideration of the liquor license request. He asked for public comments for or against the approval of the liquor license, none were heard. The public hearing was closed. Councilman Patterson moved and Councilwoman Steinbock seconded to approve the Restaurant Liquor License for Karlee Jones DBA Deacons Restaurant at 1558 South Main Street as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Clerk/Treasurer Strecker reviewed some of the highlights for the FY22 Budget. She stated that there are still a lot of unknowns about revenues and ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act) funding. Clerk/Treasurer Strecker indicated that revenue projections are up compared to last year. She commented that last year, in response to the pandemic, the City drastically cut capital and equipment expenditures, as well as operating expenditures. Clerk/Treasurer Strecker stated that City staff was directed to only purchase what was absolutely necessary to keep services and operations in place. She indicated that those efforts resulted in a favorable cash carryover position, allowing the City to maintain current staff and benefit levels as well as a modest capital and equipment budget in FY22. Clerk/Treasurer Strecker commented that because of the drastic cuts in FY21, the increases in the FY22 Budget compared to FY21 are a bit misleading. She stated that in an effort to give a good comparison, she will also compare budget numbers with FY20 (before the pandemic). The highlights reviewed were as follows: 1. The total budget increased in FY22 by $5.3 million (17.86%) compared to FY21 and $2.2 million (6.8%) compared to FY20; 2. The total operating budget increased by $1.2 million (6.41%) compared to FY21 and only 1% compared to FY20; 3. The vehicle and equipment budget increased $735,767 in FY22 compared to FY21 or 123%; 4. Capital Projects increased $3.3 million compared to last year and $1.5 million compared to FY20; 5. The General Fund’s total budget increased in FY22 by $1.1 million compared to FY21 and decreased $184,254 compared to FY20; 6. Water and Sewer utility rate increases for FY21 were approved in March, effective 04-01-21. FY22 utility rates will be reviewed again in November of 2021; 7. A full cost of service study is expected to begin in FY22 (postponed in FY20-FY21 due to COVID-19) to evaluate current and future operating expenses and revenues for the Electrical Fund; 8. Recycling Services were suspended in FY21 and continue to be suspended in FY22; 9. Personnel costs increased by $554,226 or 6.98%; 10. Health insurance costs increased 4.37% in FY22; and 11. Total cash balances for all funds for the fiscal year ending 06-30-22 are projected to be at $8,862,135. Funds falling short of their target cash reserve balances are the General Fund, Water Fund, Airport Fund, Golf Fund, Swimming Pool Fund, Ambulance Fund and the Cemetery Fund. An estimated $3,007,814 was taken from Cash Carryover to balance the budget. Clerk/Treasurer Strecker stated that the City will continue to be conservative with spending in FY22 as there may still be after effects of the pandemic. She commented that the City also needs to be aware of the possible State of Wyoming budget reductions which may affect the Direct Distribution to local governments, mineral revenue and other state revenue sources. Clerk/Treasurer Strecker indicated that all in all, the FY22 Budget is balanced with a good amount of cash reserve.
Mayor Adams opened the public hearing concerning the FY22 Budget. He asked for public comments for or against the FY22 Budget, none were heard. The public hearing was closed.
Attorney Eddington read by title AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE APPROPRIATION OF MONEY BY THE CITY OF TORRINGTON, WYOMING, TO MEET ITS GENERAL FUND REQUIREMENTS AND OBLIGATIONS, TO MEET ITS ENTERPRISE FUND REQUIREMENTS AND OBLIGATIONS, FOR THE 2022 FISCAL YEAR COMMENCING JULY 1, 2021 AND FIXING THE SUM TO BE RAISED BY TAXATION. Councilman Patterson moved and Councilwoman Steinbock seconded to approve Ordinance No. 1242 as presented on third reading. Motion carried unanimously.
        Director of Public Works (DPW) Harkins presented for approval the Agreement for Professional Services with AVI Professional Corporation. He stated that the agreement is to retain AVI of Cheyenne, Wyoming to perform engineering services for the design, preparation of plans and specifications, bidding services and construction administration for the FY22 – Torrington Well #16 Connection Project in the not to exceed amount of $86,820.00. DPW Harkins commented that the Wyoming Water Development Commission (WWDC) has given their concurrence with the recommendation. He indicated that the WWDC will participate in 67% of the funding up to a maximum of $389,270.00 of the total project cost and the City will participate in 33% of the funding. DPW Harkins stated that the project consists of connecting the new Well #16 to the existing Torrington water distribution system. He commented that as part of the connection, a well house with pump and all necessary piping and electrical work will be included. Councilman Kelly inquired what the construction cost of the project will amount to. Trey Rinne with AVI Professional Corporation responded that the estimated construction cost totals $517,000.00. Councilman Kinney moved and Councilman Patterson seconded to approve the Agreement for Professional Services with AVI Professional Corporation as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Director of Public Works Harkins presented for approval Amendment No. 2 to the Agreement for Professional Services with Trihydro Corporation. He stated that the amendment will extend the original agreement to 12-31-22 and increase the budget amount by $47,000.00 to a new total not to exceed amount of $365,968.00. DPW Harkins indicated that Trihydro is waiting only for the Wyoming Fire Marshal approval in order for advertisement activities to be able to commence. Councilman Kelly inquired what the budget increase request is a result of. Michelle Sell with Trihydro Corporation responded that there were several additional coordination efforts on various items that required more labor hours than originally estimated. Councilman Kinney questioned what authorization Trihydro received to surpass the not to exceed amount of the agreement and asked why the City of Torrington is being asked to cover the overage. Ms. Sell replied that coordination efforts continually take place with City staff. She commented that some of the overage is also due to amendment items that City staff has requested and stated that Trihydro is writing off a portion of the overage as well. DPW Harkins indicated that additional costs in the amount of $47,000.00 are not untypical because of the length of the agreement. Councilwoman Steinbock moved and Councilman Patterson seconded to approve Amendment No. 2 to the Agreement for Professional Services with Trihydro Corporation as presented. Voting aye Adams, Kelly, Patterson and Steinbock, nay Kinney, motion carried.
Director of Public Works (DPW) Harkins presented for approval Amendment No. 9 to the Agreement for Professional Services with Inberg-Miller Engineers (IME) for the Landfill #2 New Cell Design & Permit Renewal Project. He stated that the purpose of the amendment is for IME to continue to provide the required well monitoring, testing and state reporting to the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality ($27,390.00), and engineering and testing services in support of closure activities of Cell #13 ($44,200.00). The proposed amendment will extend the agreement to 06-30-22. Councilman Kinney moved and Councilman Patterson seconded to approve Amendment No. 9 to the Agreement for Professional Services with Inberg-Miller Engineers (IME) as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Attorney Eddington read by title AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RE-ENACTING CHAPTER 5.12. OF THE TORRINGTON MUNICIPAL CODE, 2021 REVISIONS, RELATING TO LIQUOR REGULATIONS. Councilman Patterson moved and Councilman Kelly seconded to approve the ordinance on second reading as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Attorney Eddington read by title AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RE-ENACTING SECTIONS 12.32.080. AND 12.32.110. OF THE TORRINGTON MUNICIPAL CODE, 2021 REVISIONS, RELATING TO AIRPORT HANGAR BUILDING SITES LEASED TO INDIVIDUALS – LEASE PROVISIONS AND CITY OWNED AIRPORT HANGAR LEASES. Councilman Kinney moved and Councilwoman Steinbock seconded to approve the ordinance on second reading as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
 Attorney Eddington read by title AN ORDINANCE CREATING AND ENACTING SECTIONS 12.32.081., 12.32.082., 12.32.083., 12.32.084., 12.32.085., 12.32.111., 12.32.112. AND 12.32.113. OF THE TORRINGTON MUNICIPAL CODE, 2021 REVISIONS, RELATING TO LOT ASSIGNMENT, AIRPORT GROUND LEASE, CONSTRUCTION, MAINTENANCE, UTILITIES, AIRPORT HANGAR LEASE, USE OF PREMISES AND MONTHLY RENTAL FEES. Councilman Kinney moved and Councilman Patterson seconded to approve the ordinance on second reading as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Attorney Eddington read by title AN ORDINANCE CREATING AND ENACTING SECTION 13.12.020. OF THE TORRINGTON MUNICIPAL CODE, 2021 REVISIONS, RELATING TO PRIVATE FIRE SYSTEMS AND HYDRANTS. Mayor Adams stated that the proposed ordinance mandates that any and all service lines connected to the City’s water system will be the responsibility of the private owner from the connection valve to the private owner’s premises/facility. Councilman Patterson moved and Councilman Kelly seconded to approve the ordinance on first reading as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Attorney Eddington read by title AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RE-ENACTING SECTION 13.12.010 OF THE TORRINGTON MUNICIPAL CODE, 2021 REVISIONS, RELATING TO DEFINITIONS. He stated that the only addition to the ordinance is the definition of Private fire systems and hydrants which is consistent with the ordinance that was previously approved on first reading. Councilwoman Steinbock moved and Councilman Patterson seconded to approve the ordinance on first reading as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Attorney Eddington read by title AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RE-ENACTING SECTION 13.12.150 A. 13. a. AND APPENDIX A – DEFINITIONS OF THE TORRINGTON MUNICIPAL CODE, 2021 REVISIONS, RELATING TO BACKFLOW PREVENTION ASSEMBLIES AND DEFINITIONS. Mayor Adams stated that the revisions to the ordinance are mainly editorial changes. Councilwoman Steinbock moved and Councilman Kelly seconded to approve the ordinance on first reading as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Attorney Eddington read by title AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RE-ENACTING SECTION 18.96.010. C. OF THE TORRINGTON MUNICIPAL CODE, 2021 REVISIONS, RELATING TO QUALIFICATIONS AND SUPPLEMENTATIONS TO DISTRICTS. Building Official Estes stated that the only amendment to the ordinance is the addition of 18.96.010. C. 6. which states, “Conex Boxes or shipping containers of any type cannot be used as living units or storage sheds on any residential lot within City limits.” Councilman Kinney moved and Councilman Kelly seconded to approve the ordinance on first reading as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Attorney Eddington read Resolution No. 2021-07. Clerk/Treasurer Strecker stated that the resolution will amend the FY21 Budget for expenditures in excess of the budgeted amount. The amended amount will account for the following: General Fund – Museum Improvements – Property Purchase Progress Grant ($20,000.00), Museum Improvements – Roof Repair ($12,000.00), Parks – Utilities Electric ($18,000.00); Electric Fund – Wholesale Power ($150,000.00), Metering ($10,000.00); and Airport Fund – Professional Services ($200,000.00), Construction ($1,060,000.00). Clerk/Treasurer Strecker commented that the total amount of the amendment is $1,470,000.00. Councilwoman Steinbock moved and Councilman Patterson seconded to approve Resolution No. 2021-07 as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Chief of Police Johnson presented for approval amendments to the policy handbook in regard to the creation of Police Officer Pay and Classification and Police Sergeant Pay and Classification Policies. He briefly summarized the policies as they had previously been discussed in depth at a Work Session held by the City Council on 05-25-21. Chief of Police Johnson stated that the policies were developed to clearly define a modified step progression plan for police officers and sergeants. He indicated that since the Work Session, the policies were modified to clarify the probationary period and to clarify the consequences of receiving an insufficient employee evaluation. Councilman Patterson moved and Councilman Kinney seconded to approve the amendments to the policy handbook in regard to the creation of Police Officer Pay and Classification and Police Sergeant Pay and Classification Policies as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Clerk/Treasurer Strecker presented for approval amendments to the policy handbook in regard to the Hiring Process, Travel and Compensation & Performance Evaluation Policies. She briefly summarized the changes made to each individual policy: 1. Changes were made to the hiring process policy to clarify age requirements for seasonal employees. A new procedure for drug testing and background checks was also incorporated into the policy; 2. Changes were made to the travel policy adding a new Travel Request Approval form and removing outdated language; and 3. Changes were made to the compensation & performance evaluation policy to incorporate a modified step progression plan for police officers and sergeants and adding new language to promotions. The new language will allow pay increases at any time throughout the Fiscal Year as long as the pay increase is budgeted in advance. Councilwoman Steinbock moved and Councilman Kelly seconded to approve the amendments to the policy handbook in regard to the Hiring Process, Travel and Compensation & Performance Evaluation Policies as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Clerk/Treasurer Strecker presented for approval an amendment to the policy handbook in regard to the removal of the Pay Advances Policy. She stated that the policy is being requested to be removed as it is seldomly used and it is not a good practice for a City to offer pay advances. Councilman Patterson moved and Councilman Kinney seconded to approve the amendment to the policy handbook in regard to the removal of the Pay Advances Policy as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
The bills from 06-02-21 to 06-15-21 were presented for payment. Councilman Patterson moved and Councilwoman Steinbock 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 Kinney moved and Councilman Kelly seconded to adjourn to executive session to discuss personnel and litigation. Motion carried unanimously.
Councilman Patterson moved and Councilman Kelly seconded to return the Mayor and Council to regular session. Motion carried unanimously.
Councilwoman Steinbock moved and Councilman Patterson seconded to require siblings to not be allowed to work on the same shift or to engage in disciplinary action against one another at the Dale Jones Municipal Pool this Summer. Motion carried unanimously.
Councilman Kinney moved and Councilwoman Steinbock seconded that there being no further business to come before the Mayor and Council to adjourn at 9:26 p.m. Motion carried unanimously.
The following bills were approved for payment: 71079 AFLAC payroll withholding 349.68;71080 NCPERS GROUP LIFE INS payroll withholding 144.00;71081 CIRCUIT COURT OF GOSHEN CO payroll withholding 406.81;71082 CITY OF TORRINGTON payroll withholding 668.18;71083 DENT, DAVID A. Golf Pro Payable 1930.95;71084 FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY payroll withholding 217.82;71085 GOSHEN CO DISTRICT COURT CLERK payroll withholding 100.00;71086 GREAT-WEST TRUST CO LLC payroll withholding 2675.00;71087 NEW YORK LIFE payroll withholding 359.37;71088 SIMON CONTRACTORS Airport Project 615.00;71089 CENTURYLINK data lines 2545.35;71090 ESTES, RHONDA reimb-notary bond/filing fees 68.00;71091 REDDER, JAEDAN deposit refund 53.35;71092 PEAK WELLNESS deposit refund 2.82;71093 GREENTREE PRECISION deposit refund 301.81;71094 FAIRBANKS, KERRI deposit refund 42.01;71095 KELLEY, SHAYLEE deposit refund 19.35;71096 KRICK, BRICE lifeguard cert & training classes,red cross certification 2000.00;71097 STURGEON, RUSS reimb-proof of rabies vaccine 50.00; 71098 RYERSON, RAYLLA credit/deposit refund 216.00;71099 GILLINGHAM, LINDSAY deposit refund 60.72;71100 GANNON, LINDA roll-off refund 260.00;71101 SORRICK, NICKOLE reimb-proof of rabies vaccine 50.00;71102 SAXTON, JOSHUA A. deposit refund 456.56;71103 BRIGGS, LARRIE deposit refund 97.31;71104 FOOS, ELIZABETH deposit refund 125.00;71105 HIGH PLAINS APT deposit refund 93.89; 71106 A & C SHEET METAL sheet metal by the sheet or pound 9.31;71107 ACCUSCREEN MOBILE DRUG TESTING SERVICES rapid screen drug tests 84.00;71108 ACTION COMMUNICATIONS INC. batteries & maintenance-siren 1166.53;71109 ACTION INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CO work boots 170.99;71110 ALTEC INDUSTRIES INC. electric repairs 671.00;71111 BLACK HILLS ENERGY utilities-gas 2877.77;71112 BLOEDORN LUMBER CO-TORRINGTON plywood 97.51;71113 BORDER STATES INDUSTRIES INC. lens cleaners,hard hats,entrance cap,meter bases/bushings,flood lights,light bulbs,ratchet,CT credit,terminal meter base 3094.00;71114 BROWN CO mower repairs,paint,bearings,pully cover,pins,chain-chainsaw 1611.52;71115 CANON FINANCIAL SERVICES INC. copier contract 180.00;71116 CASELLE INC. contract support & maint 1990.00;71117 CENTURY LUMBER CENTER tape,frostproof hydrant,adapters,washing machine hose,nozzles,lock repair fitting,primer/pvc cement,couplings,aerator,elbows,primer/wetset, weed killer,unions,rectorseal,pvc pipe,shovels,voltage tester,carpet cup floor protectors,rubber sheet, clip,copper tubing,trowels,nipple,wire connector,concrete mix,insert,clamps,light bulb,sprinkler heads, single cut key,brass plug,bushings,ring,rope thimbles,hoses,hose hanger,play sand,faucet connectors, screws,hand saw,utility pull,cutoff risers,hose mender,flag,striping paint,pipe cleaner,treated landscape timber,floor squeegee,scrub brush,pea gravel,torch kit,syringe,caulk,caulk gun 986.24;71118 COMMUNITY HOSPITAL ambulance supplies 422.42;71119 CONNECTING POINT copier all inclusive service contracts 431.68;71120 CONTRACTORS MATERIALS INC. finish broom,alum conc placers, screwdriver,filler pails,inverted paint,fuel can,clean towelettes 603.75;71121 ALYSSA MARIE COULSON Court Appointed Attorney 130.00;71122 CULLIGAN WATER OF TORRINGTON water dispenser rentals, water,service calls 462.50;71123 D A R E tobacco compliance check 200.00;71124 DECKER, STEVE diamond pro,marking dust,fertilizer,liquid taurus,insecticides,herbicides,growth regulator,sumark dye, weed killer 10384.95;71125 DIVERSIFIED SERVICES INC. cleaning services 360.00;71126 DPC INDUSTRIES INC. sodium hypo 2367.01;71127 ENERGY LABORATORIES INC. lab testing 453.00;71128 FASTENAL CO hand soap,batteries,vests,shirts,duct tape,chemical gloves 426.70;71129 FIRED UP RESCUE LLC new structural turnout gear 5625.00;71130 FLOCKS GLASS INC. new glass for front windows at city hall 3815.00;71131 FLOYD'S TRUCK CENTER INC. receiver-dryer,compressor 308.90;71132 FRITZLER, LARRY & DEBORAH pump septic tanks 609.00;71133 FUEL MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS check & repair pump 587.35;71134 G & L CONCRETE concrete 2835.00;71135 GOSHEN CO ECONOMIC monthly contribution, ¼ cent sales tax 27010.84;71136 GOSHEN DIESEL SERVICE jet rodder repairs 345.00;71137 GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP copier leases 434.00;71138 GW MECHANICAL INC. replace pipe-pool showers 8700.43;71139 HAWKINS INC. pool chemical 220.00;71140 HOME & LAWN SERVICES LLC mow lot 75.00;71141 HONNEN EQUIPMENT dozer rental-cell 13 closure 6960.00;71142 HOWE ELECTRIC LLC install led lights,led lamps,highway led 2872.50;71143 HUNTER, GARY D. front bumper replacement 1265.97;71144 IDEAL LINEN/BLUFFS FACILITY SOLUTION mats,sam dust,scrapers,coveralls, sam garment,energy fees,towels,sam linen,mops,cleaning supplies,chlorine granules,floor cleaner 1828.16;71145 INDUSTRIAL DISTRIBUTORS glass cleaner,gloves 201.00;71146 JAMES A. EDDINGTON PC City Attorney 6666.00;71147 JAMES A. EDDINGTON PC City Attorney extended hours 247.65;71148 KATH BROADCASTING CO LLC tower rent,City Council meeting,ads 850.00;71149 MBKEM ENTERPRISE commercial overhead door repair 1082.00;71150 K & K COMMUNICATIONS paging service-elec meters 12.00;71151 FRANK PARTS CO filters,signs,air conditioner blade,spray tips,npt-power washer,belt,wheel bolts,hose clamp,cable ties,tire valves,butt connectors,tire valve stem,tire valves-recharge & return, batteries,fuel pump,quick silver tcw3,tape,fuel hose,contacts,condensor,gauge 658.18;71152 L N CURTIS & SONS 50 shot round reloadable training kits 784.51;71153 L.N. CURTIS & SONS tactical auto rifle sight, trunk lid firearm mounts,rifle cases 8780.98;71154 LEITHEADS INC. refrigerator installations 2628.00; 71155 LONG BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES INC. hvac spring maintenance 975.00;71156 LONG II, DEREK J. tree spraying,fungus/spider mite/insect control 468.00;71157 LUJAN CLEANING SERVICE LLC cleaning, window cleaning 237.00;71158 MAC EQUIPMENT INC. repair switch on ventrac 38.19;71159 MARTIN MARIETTA MATERIALS coarse/road base 186.04;71160 MOOREHOUSE INC. sprinkler repair parts 51.00; 71161 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS INC. dispatch 911 service contract 4904.32;71162 MUILENBURG, KENT replaced garbage disposal & slip gasket 208.33;71163 MUNICIPAL CODE CORPORATION administrative support fee 275.00;71164 MUNICIPAL ENERGY AGENCY OF NE wholesale power 383225.89;71165 NORMONT EQUIPMENT CO durapatch machine repairs,safety decals for durapatcher 975.94;71166 NORTH PARK TRANSPORTAION ship waste water pump 121.71;71167 NORTHWEST PIPE FITTINGS INC. gasket,restraint gland packs,long sleeve epoxy coated,brass closet spuds 386.31;71168 O'REILLY AUTO ENTERPRISES LLC filters,brake rotor,ceramic pad,valve tool,fuse holder,smart fuse,terminal kit,oil drain plug,pedal sensor,a/c belt 437.76;71169 OLSON TIRE CO tires,dismount/mount,industrial tube-metal stem,tire repair/tube,brass stem valve,truck set up/adjusment 2625.57;71170 ONE CALL OF WY tickets for CDC code TRG 159.75;71171 ORR ALIGNMENT & LUBE LLC car/light truck alignment 85.00;71172 PANHANDLE COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION lunch-cemetery help,propane,tires-dismount/mount/disposal fee,trailer tire,fieldtrax atv muletires 4718.78;71173 ENVIRO SERVICES INC. lab analysis 150.00;71174 PATRICK, JOHN B. Municipal Court Judge 2000.00;71175 THE L L JOHNSON DIST CO carbon-aid, reconditioned station satellite pro,castor wheel/fork assys,forks-castors 2711.73;71176 PINNACLE BANK security safe,WAMCAT registration,travel expenses-lodging/fuel/meals,urban system meeting luncheon, snow plow grille light,in wall speaker wire,paint brush set,laptop charger,anti-seize lubricant,steering wheel spinner knobs,pool chemical water testing kit,VAC fitting plug,envelopes,whistles,cpr keychains, gloves,rosin bags,lanyards,transparency film,battery,dog waste bags,swimsuits-lifeguards,usb,caution safety tags,prime membership fee 4660.00;71177 PORT-A-POTS BY TDS INC. stationary units 71.52; 71178 PRINT EXPRESS INC. pool season tickets/swim lesson sign up sheets/pool party agreements 286.25;71179 RAILROAD MANAGEMENT CO license fee-storm drains 354.31;71180 RAILROAD MANAGEMENT CO license fee-power line crossing 284.85;71181 RICHEY, MICHAEL Airport Operator Contract 1666.67;71182 RICHEY, MICHAEL air fuel 367.02;71183 ROSE BROTHERS INC. bearing assembly 55.44;71184 RUSSELL INDUSTRIES INC. waste water pump repair 418.45;71185 SAM'S CLUB/SYCHRONY BANK receipt paper,frames,wall tv mount,hdmi cable,smart tv,envelopes,towels-pool lifeguards 672.28; 71186 VALLEY MOTOR SUPPLY filters,adhesive sealant,batteries,fuse set,gas cap,gear oil,back-up alarm heavy,o-rings,hydraulic accessories,hydraulic hose-bulk,brake kit-core return,bolts,refrigerant,gasket makers 817.42;71187 TEAM CHEVROLET hose,seal kit,lever,control,belt kit 443.80;71188 EASTERN WY EYE CLINIC safety glasses 547.39;71189 SMITTY'S REPAIR SERVICE wsn acetylene exchange 62.03;71190 DBC IRRIGATION SUPPLY coupling expansion,solenoids,sprinkler heads 604.13;71191 SONNY'S BIKE & FITNESS treadmill,matrix ascent trainer,horizon rower 5049.98;71192 STUART C IRBY CO glove testing 137.14;71193 SUEZ WTS USA INC. monthly chemical management 7769.04;71194 TIP TOP TREE SERVICE grinding tree stumps 350.00;71195 TORRINGTON OFFICE SUPPLY return,ink/toner cartridges,post-it flags,PD investigation bags,stamp pads/refills,clear laminating pouches,document frames,chairmat, notary public book,receipt paper,office chairs,tabletop,highlighters,pens,paper clips,legal rule pads,file folders,coffee filters,legal file pocket folders 1971.98;71196 TORRINGTON SOD FARMS sod,pallet return 319.30;71197 U S POSTMASTER credit for postage 850.00;71198 CENTURYLINK TVFD phone & data line 301.27;71199 VERIZON WIRELESS TVFD cell phones 97.60;71200 GRAINGER t-shirts,US flags,floor squeegees,broom handle,coverall wall showers,pivoting wall showers,grip ratchet,pump strainer,pool/ spa pump,basketball rim/net,hydrant keys,valves,lever handle,toilet paper dispenser,field striping paint, portable blowers,hand dryer 10023.13;71201 WEGLIN, EDWARD H. mow/trim 180.00;71202 WESTCO oil,amine,diesel,unleaded gas,fuel hoses 17395.09;71203 WESTERN PATHOLOGY CONSULTANTS drug screen,urine collection 63.00;71204 HICKMAN, MATTHEW custom walkway from museum to rail cart 2100.00;71205 WY ASSOC OF MUNICIPALITIES WAM 2021 Convention registration 220.00;71206 RESPOND FIRST AID SYSTEMS OF WY 1st aid kit supplies 65.56;71207 TORRINGTON TELEGRAM ads,legals 2994.50;71208 STATE OF WY-DEPT OF WORKFORCE unemployment 2358.48;71209 WYRULEC CO Landfill Electric 247.48;71210 FRIEDLAN, JOHN mantis tiller 200.00

Public Notice No. 7871 published in The Torrington Telegram on June 25, 2021

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