STATE OF WYOMING )
COUNTY OF GOSHEN )
TOWN OF LINGLE )
The Regular Meeting of the Lingle Town Council convened at 7:00 PM July 6, 2022 with Mayor Unverzagt leading the Pledge of Allegiance. Upon roll call, the following were present, constituting a quorum: Mayor: Al Unverzagt Council Members: A.J. Lambert Micah Foster Kathy Wilhelm There was also present: Police Chief: Endra Andrews Town Attorney: Anna Barnes Pool Manager: Brandi Hill Fire Chief: Kasey Bangerter Town Clerk: Richard Reyes Town Supervisor: Larry Haeffelin Absent: Council Member: Brandie Cook. Mayor Unverzagt welcomed all to the meeting and thanked them for being present. Mayor Unverzagt called for any changes to the agenda. CM Wilhelm moved to approve the Agenda as presented. CM Foster voiced the second and the motion carried unanimously. Mayor Unverzagt called for approval of the minutes of the June 22, 2022 regular council meeting. CM Wilhelm called for an addition to the motion she proposed for audience participation. The phrase: Participants would be recognized by Mayor Unverzagt needed to be included in the motion. CM Lambert moved to approve the minutes with the addition. CM Wilhelm voiced the second and the motion carried unanimously. BILLS JUNE 2022: CM Lambert moved to approve the bills in the amount of $180,786.97. CM Foster voiced the second and the motion carried unanimously. PUBLIC COMMENT: Lingle resident Stormy Aipperspach requested a street closure on July 9, 2022 from 2 PM to 8 PM. A wedding is taking place at her home at 320 West 6th Street and due to limited space would like 6th Street closed between McDowell Street and the alley. Following discussion CM Lambert moved to approve the street closure request. CM Wilhelm voiced the second and the motion carried unanimously. POLICE ITEMS: PC Andrews reported: Other than the flood on July 1st and the 4th of July no other major incidents have occurred. LVFD: FC Bangerter reported: The tornado siren has been tested by silent alarm and is now operable; Governor Gordon declared the flood a disaster. 20 various agencies, 11 contractors and 93 emergency personnel were checked in to assist with the flood. LEGAL ITEMS: TA Barnes reported: She has researched the alley dedications for the Town of Lingle. In her findings as additions to the Town of Lingle were platted the alley dedication’s varied. As of today, Benchmark of Torrington is also researching the alley dedication. TA Barnes discussed the alley situation with TS Haeffelin and her suggestion is to leave the ordinance in place as it now reads. POOL ITEMS: PM Hill reported: PM Hill requested approval for a letter to be mailed out requesting donations from community members and businesses. After discussion CM Lambert moved to approve the letter. CM Foster voiced the second and the motion carried unanimously; PM Hill also requested approval of a 24 HR Malt Beverage Permit to be used in Whipple Park July 16, 2022 from noon to 6 PM during the “Splish Splash Pool and Park Bash.” CM Foster moved to approve the permit. CM Wilhelm voiced the second and the motion carried unanimously. ADMINISTRATIVE ITEMS: C/T Reyes reported: A.R.P.A. funds totaling $39,641.07 have been deposited into the Town’s Checking account; C/T Reyes requested a balance transfer of $55,000.00 from checking to reserves. Following discussion CM Wilhelm moved to approve the balance transfer from checking to reserves in the amount of $55,00.00. CM Lambert voiced the second and the motion carried unanimously. MAINTENANCE ITEMS: TS Haeffelin reported: Community Clean up week was successful and a second rollout was needed to complete the cleanup; Well #1 has had a water test performed on it but as of today no results are available; the dirt used in town during the flood has been picked up and the streets swept; TS Haeffelin publicly thanked everyone involved with emergency services and clean up after the flood. He appreciated all who assisted in all phases of the flood. NEW BUSINESS: Don Brush of Panhandle Land Surveying presented a Petition for De-Annexation for Robert Cress at 420 McDowell Avenue to the Council. Following discussion CM Wilhelm moved to approve the de-annexation process for the 1.39 ACRE PORTION OF TRACT 1, WALKER’S FIRST ADDITION TO THE TOWN OF LINGLE. CM Foster voiced the second and the motion carried unanimously.
With no further business to conduct Mayor Unverzagt adjourned the meeting at 7:34 PM.
Signed by Mayor Al Unverzagt and Attested by C/T Richard Reyes
Public Notice No. 8160 published in the Lingle Guide on July 15, 2022.