UNAPPROVED – RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS FOR THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE TOWN OF WHEATLAND A regular meeting of the Council for the Town of Wheatland, Platte County, and State of Wyoming was held at Town Hall on Monday, December 9, 2019 pursuant to the law. Mayor Graves called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. The following were present at roll call: Councilmen Madsen, Ashenhurst, Britz and Schindler. Clerk/Treasurer Candy Wright and Attorney Doug Weaver were also present. Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Ashenhurst, to accept the agenda as presented. Motion passed 4-0. Mayor Graves presented the consent agenda. Councilman Ashenhurst motioned, seconded by Councilman Britz, to accept the consent agenda as presented and place on file. Motion passed 4-0. November vouchers approved by Council are as follows: Alexander Construction, 1,978.73, pea gravel/snow removal; ALSCO, 90.56, mat rentals; ALTEC Inc, 12,296.84, bucket truck repair; Amazing Monogramming, 29.50, monogramming; Amazon.com, 186.87, supplies; Anton Collins Mitchell LLP, 6,500.00, annual audit; APT US&C, 145.00, membership; Ashenhurst, Thane, 150.00, town council; Atlas Office Products, 100.28, office supplies; Avenue of Flags Memorial, 97.00, flags; Baker Equipment Service, 528.55, equipment repair; Banish, Deb, 76.00, uniform patches; Black Hills Energy, 3,837.75, heat; Bloedorn Lumber, 55.40, hardware, Boersma, Candice, 1,000.00, water damage, Border States Electric Supply, 280.18, meters, Brandon Graves, 750.00, town council; Britz, William,150.00, town council; Capital Business Systems Inc., 650.86, copier usage; Capital Business Systems Inc, 29.00, shop printer; Centrylink, 191.90, phone; Chemsearch, 55.24, air freshener; City of Torrington, 9,469.20, sanitation disposal; CPS Distributors, 57.59, supplies; CRA Payment Center, 64.56, parts/supplies; Crescent Electric, 336.78 parts/supplies; DBC Irrigation Supply, 14.80, parts; Drube’s Supply, 477.14, hardware supplies; Electrical Systems Consultants, 4,200.00, GIS support; Energy Labs, Inc., 795.00, water/wastewater testing; Engineering Associates, 640.00, engineering; Exponential Engineering,1,627.50, electric engineering; Faris Machinery, 903.59, parts; Fat Boys Tire & Repair, 5,385.80, semi tires/tire repair; Ferguson Waterworks #1701, 4,343.02, water parts; First Bankcard, 2,637.12, office supplies; First State Bank, 40,000.00, health claims; Floyd’s, 161.30, parts, Frenchman Valley Coop, 3,422.70, propane; Fusion Cloud Services, LLC, 570.86, phone; Galls – Aramark, 453.03, hash marks, uniform shirts/trousers; Harnish Veterinary Services, 40.00, animal disposal, Hawkins Inc, 815.00 chlorine cylinder; Heimsoth, Travis, 750.00, electrical inspector; Herdt, Ruth, 200.00, office cleaning; Horton Fuels LLC,7,794.83, fuel; Ideal, 146.74; coveralls; Industrial Chem Labs Services, 278.26, monument cleaner; Intermedia.net Inc., 691.02, phone; Intermountain Motor Sales Inc., 2,205.86, repair motors; John Deere Financial, 244.83, hardware supplies; KYCN Radio, 200.00, advertising; L.N. Curtis & Sons, 130.70, supplies; Lambert, Michael, 200.00, cleaning shop; Laramie Peak Motors, 930.52, repair/maintenance; Madsen, Alan,150.00, town council; McElmurry, Jeanie R, 325.00, cleaning town hall; Meritain Health, 37,801.65, health premiums; Meritain Health, 35,789.73, health premiums; Municipal Automation & Control, 1,634.34, repair; Nebraska Printworks LLC, 267.85, dog tags/2020 reg book; One Call of WY, 192.75, tickets; One Stop Safety Solutions, 329.20, drug/fit testing; O’Reilly Automotive Inc., 58.28, auto parts; P.C. Public Health, 420.00, flu shots; Partsmaster, 209.48, parts; Pitney Bowes Global, 316.65, postage machine; Pocket Press Inc, 98.40, 2019 WY law books; Quill Corp, 321.19, office supplies; Record Times & PC Merchant, 762.84, advertisement; Schindler, Jamie, 150.00, town council; Solid Waste Professionals of WY, 3,884.75, engineering; Sparkletts & Sierra Springs, 60.16, cooler renal/water; State of WY, 16,424.41, utilities sales tax; Stevenson, Terry, 200.00, emergency management; Streets, Mark, 500.00, fire inspector; Superior Excavating LLC, 1,307.50, snow removal; TDS Collection Service Inc, 3,315.90, C&D roll-off, Team Laboratory Chemical Corp, 225.00, ice melt; Thrifty Foods, 70.12, supplies; Town Treasurer, 471.47, S. Shimic reimburse; Trihydro Corp, 3,624.02, landfill monitoring; Twisted Threads LLC, 144.00, PD ball caps; USA Blue Book, 1,499.24, parts/supplies; Valli Information Systems, Inc, 828.06, mailing of bills; Verizon Wireless, 1,107.13, cell phone; WARWS, 450.00, membership dues; WESCO Receivables Corp, 2,621.25, security lights; Wheatland Automotive, 246.43, auto parts; Wheatland Garage Door, 278.76, RPM sensor; Wheatland High School, 40.00, knowledge bowl; Wheatland REA, 5,109.83, electric purchased/training; Wyologic Inc, 2,074.75, IT/website; WY Machinery Co, 1,669.98, road grader blade repair; WY Municipal Power, 232,107.58, power purchased; WY Retirement System, 285.00, firemen’s retirement; WY Wireless Internet,150.00, internet; WY Workers Compensation, 213.71, workers comp; WY.com, 20.00, web hosting; SPET: Engineering Associates, 235.22, engineering; Payroll, $191,203.11, Total $668,562.15 An insurance claim for vehicle damage, submitted by Patricia Hollingsworth, will be resubmitted to LGLP. Terry Stevenson presented an emergency management update to Council. Planner Amy Clark reported that a Planning & Zoning application for a Special Use Permit to erect a steel building was withdrawn by the applicant, Britz & Co., due to a utility easement running through the property. Bill and Matthew Britz, representing Britz & Co., reiterated that they would not build over the utility easement but would like Mayor and Council to consider sponsoring a Wyoming Business Council infrastructure grant to move the sewer line off of the property. Due to the many questions about the grant, including the required cash match, it was determined to workshop the request at a later date. NEW BUSINESS: Mayor Graves presented a Catering Permit application from Two Horse Hospitality. Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Madsen, to approve the catering permit. Motion passed 4-0. Councilman Britz motioned, seconded by Councilman Ashenhurst, to accept the bid from High Plains Construction for the Wheatland Wells Project in the amount of $597,353.00 as per the engineer’s recommendation. Motion passed 4-0. A workshop was set for 4:30 pm on January 13, 2020 to review the annual audit and the employee Health and Safety Manual. With nothing further to come before the Council the meeting was adjourned at 8:30 p.m. S/N: Mayor Brandon Graves Attest: S/N: Clerk Candy Wright
Public Notice No. 10610. To be published in the Platte County Record – Times December 25, 2019.