Park County Board of County Commissioners
Tuesday, September 5, 2023
Chairwoman Dossie Overfield called to order a regular meeting of the Board of County Commissioners of Park County, Wyoming, on Tuesday, September 5, 2023. Present were Vice Chairman, Lloyd Thiel, Commissioners Lee Livingston, Scott Mangold, Scott Steward and Clerk Colleen Renner.
Commissioner Livingston led the audience in the pledge of allegiance.
Approve-Minutes, Payroll and Vouchers
Commissioner Thiel made a motion to approve the following consent agenda items: minutes from 8/15/23; payroll’s in the amounts of $489,637.68, $713,097.92 with insurance and Elected monthly pay of $102,411.59; vouchers; approve and sign Renewed Lease for Northwest Health Care; approve 4-Day Rental at Park County Fairgrounds for Shoshone Rock Club; approve Request for Cody Pardners to Serve Wine at Fundraising Dinner; approve Malt Beverage Permit for Field of Dreams; approve and allow Chair to Sign Park County Search and Rescue WY Retirement System Forms; approve and allow Chair to Sign Assessment Roll for Deaver Irrigation District; and approve and allow Chair to Sign WellPath Contract for Jail Medical. Commissioner Livingston seconded; motion carried.
360 OFFICE SOLUTIONS 2,683.62
A & I DISTRIBUTORS 1,457.90
AIR CON REFRIGERATION 2,241.53
ALBERTSONS - SAFEWAY 297.69
AT&T MOBILITY 2,206.77
BALD RIDGE ENTERPRISES, LLC 686.02
BALL, TRAVIS 14.05
BASIN MECHANICAL, INC. 910.42
BEARTOOTH ELECTRIC COOP 55.14
BIG HORN RADIO NETWORK 6,388.00
BIG HORN WHOLESALE, INC. 1,757.93
BLACK HILLS ENERGY 682.22
BLACKLINE TRANSPORT LLC 7,218.23
BLAIR’S MARKET 53.91
BLAKEMAN PROPANE, INC. 146.71
BOB BARKER COMPANY 495.03
BONINE, DUNCAN 102.51
BORDER STATES ELECTRIC 596.22
BRAKKE, JOLENE 87.67
BRANDON-WINTERMOTE, KIMBERLY 92.03
BUILDERS FIRST SOURCE 164.91
C & C WELDING, INC. 275.00
CARQUEST AUTO PARTS - #064250 232.59
CDW GOVERNMENT, INC. 45,290.96
CENTURYLINK BUSINES SERVICES 11.38
COCA COLA BOTTLING HIGH COUNTRY 224.00
CODY ACE HARDWARE 583.64
CODY ENTERPRISE 49.00
CODY WINNELSON CO. 69.64
CODY, CITY OF 28,412.57
COWBOY LEGAL, LLC 285.00
CRAMER, JENNIFER 86.90
CRUM ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. 588.38
CTC TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORK CONSULT.
DELL MARKETING L.P., C/O DELL USA L.P.
DENNY MENHOLT CHEVROLET BUICK GMC 65.16
EASTMAN, GUY 93.34
EATON SALES & SERVICE, LLC 4,683.25
ENDURANCE LIFT SOLUTIONS 797.08
FREMONT MOTOR CODY, INC. 49,080.00
FULL DRAW CONSTRUCTION 5,043.20
GALLS, LLC 791.67
GARLAND LIGHT & POWER CO. 102.52
HATFIELD, JACK R. II 34.06
HONNEN EQUIPMENT CO. 408.38
HORROCKS, MICHELLE 12.45
HTO CHEMICAL COMPANY, LLC. 3,239.24
IVERSON SANITATION 50.00
KATTENHORN, TREVER 486.00
K-B COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS 4,771.90
KEEGAN & KRISJANSONS, P.C. 262.50
KEELE SANITATION 106.50
KENCO SECURITY AND TECHNOLOGY 773.30
KOREM CORPORATION 660.00
L.N. CURTIS & SONS 117.30
LONG BUILDING TECH., INC. - RETAINAGE
LONG BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 138,331.96
MAJESTIC LUBE, INC. 51.00
MARQUIS AWARDS & SPECIALTIES, INC 26.55
MASTER’S TOUCH, LLC 746.19
MERCK SHARP & DOHME CORP. 3,515.17
MIDWEST CONNECT 158.00
MONTANA-DAKOTA UTILITIES CO. 20.77
MORRISON MAIERLE INC 5,246.13
MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS, INC. 665.00
MURDOCH OIL, INC. 22,970.23
MURDOCH’S RANCH & HOME POWELL 43.98
NAPA AUTO PARTS 141.52
NEVILLE, MICHAEL E. 500.00
NEWEGG BUSINESS, INC. 429.75
NICHOLSON DIRT CONTRACTING 83,435.00
NORCO, INC. 5,843.35
OFFICE SHOP, THE 3,247.72
O’REILLY AUTO PARTS - CODY 200.79
PARK COUNTY TREASURER 1,189.00
PETERBILT OF WYOMING 842.97
PETERS, BRIAN 92.03
PETZL AMERICA 1,211.14
PFIZER INC. 784.17
PITNEY BOWES, INC. - A/R 2,196.54
PLAINSMAN PRINTING SUPPLY 1,032.56
POISON CREEK, INC 828.26
POWELL ACE HARDWARE, LLC 278.47
POWELL LOCK 506.50
POWELL VALLEY HEALTHCARE, INC. 1,231.00
POWELL, CITY OF 16,481.22
PRINT WITH KELLY 40.00
PRODUCTION MACHINE COMPANY 677.02
PROFFIT’S ENTERPRISES 12,387.15
REITER, LEE ANN 253.92
RIMROCK TIRE CO - CODY 23.80
RINGLER, JEREMIAH 581.78
ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER 1,013.46
SABER PEST CONTROL 230.00
SANOFI PASTEUR, INC 13,665.89
SAY WHERE STORAGE 545.00
SCHNELL, GEORGE H. II 157.98
SPOTTED DONKEY BRANDING 558.00
STATE OF MONTANA 3,600.00
STONEHOUSE DATA SOLUTIONS, LLC 302.26
SUN RIDGE SYSTEMS, INC. 4,380.00
SYSCO FOOD SERVICES OF MONTANA 791.81
TCT WEST, INC 8,174.38
THOMPSON REUTERS - WEST 915.06
TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO 1,092.09
TRI STATE TRUCK & EQUIP, INC 364.93
TRIPLE L SALES 709.52
TW ENTERPRISES, INC. 3,322.18
UPS STORE, THE 13.61
UW EXTENSION 354.02
VERIZON WIRELESS 50.06
WAL MART COMMUNITY/GEMB 559.27
WALTERS EXCAVATION LLC 283.50
WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH/PBL HLTH LB
WYOMING DEPT OF TRANS - MOTOR VEHICLES
WYOMING LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY 869.00
Kim Dillivan, Planning & Zoning Assistant Director – RE: Public Hearing: Southfork Cavvy SUP-251
Chairwoman Overfield opened the public hearing.
Mr. Dillivan presented the special use permit application for Leslie Rose to operate a private business that will support the area equine industry with an existing 10,000 square foot structure. Zoning is GR-5 which allows for moderate-intensity land uses. The property is located eight miles southwest of Rd 6RT, neighboring land uses are residential and some agricultural purposes. Agency referrals and notices have been met. Seven public comments have been received. Nine conditions were read into the record. Discussion on clinic definition in regulations and concern over #4 regarding forage.
Chairwoman Overfield called for public comments, owner Leslie Rose made a comment. There being no further comments, Commissioner Livingston moved to close the public hearing, Commissioner Mangold seconded, motion carried.
There was a brief discussion on boarded horses and the approach to the property through the gates.
Commissioner Mangold moved to approve with staff recommendations minus #4 regarding forage, Commissioner Livingston seconded, motion carried.
Brodie Serres, Meeteetse Recreation Director – RE: ARPA Funds for Community Center
Ms. Serres updated the Board on the cost moving forward to complete the project which was budgeted at 1.3 million and is now just shy of 2 million. To save dollars the size has been reduced by 2,000 square feet and are reducing costs in other places. The center has $750,000 and will put $200,000 towards the project but will still need operating funds so are in search of $304,064 shortage. After further discussions Commissioner Livingston made a motion to pledge an additional $150,000 ARPA funds toward the Meeteetse Community Center, Commissioner Mangold seconded, motion carried.
Brian Edwards, Engineer, Public Works Department – RE: Open Bids for Concrete Crushing and Recycling Services for Landfills in Powell and Cody
Mr. Edwards stated it has been several years since concrete crushing has taken place and product has accumulated from projects in Powell and Cody. One bid was received from Little Rock, Inc., Meeteetse with several options given.
Commissioner Thiel made a motion to accept the contract for crushing pending County Attorney approval and leaving the options to the discretion of the landfill on selling any product back, Commissioner Livingston seconded, motion carried.
RE: Consider Amendment to CMAR Contract for Courthouse Project to Consider Guaranteed Maximum Price
Mr. Edwards stated the bid opening on August 31 was priced lower than originally thought. Agreement for construction management is $4,980,602.00 which includes drawings, specifications, addenda, GMP estimate and allowance items. THE GMP includes a contingency in the amount of $600,014.
Commissioner Livingston made a motion to accept the Amendment including the contingency amount of $600,014, Commissioner Steward seconded, motion carried.
Commissioner Livingston made a motion to approve change order of $69,097.50 credit to Long Technologies, Commissioner Thiel seconded, motion carried.
Brian Edwards, Engineer, Public Works Department – RE: Consider Staff Recommendation for Award of Professional Engineering and Land Surveying Services Contract for Willwood Road Rehabilitation Project
Chairwoman Overfield recused herself from the discussion.
Mr. Edwards stated three statements of qualifications were received and a committee conducted interviews on August 31. Those interviewed were Ardurra, Engineering Associates and Morrison-Maierle. All three firms scored very strong and are all great companies located here in town. The committee chose Engineering Associates.
Commissioner Mangold move to approve Engineering Associates, Commissioner Livingston seconded, motion carried.
Mr. Edwards opened the price proposal from Engineering Associates and the other two will remain unopened. Mr. Edwards will return with an agreement for the chair to sign.
Kim Dillivan, Planning & Zoning Assistant Director – RE: Molnar Lawson SS-296 Extension Request
Mr. Dillivan presented two extension requests for Michael Molnar and Sharon Lawson through Cody Schatz, acting agent requesting a twelve-month extension for final plat and related documents. The delay is due to a water distribution plan and Lakeview Irrigation District regarding sprinkler irrigation. The variance was to approve the 39.96 acres in half which would not provide two-twenty acre lots, so the variance was approved. The approval of these extension requests will extend the sketch plan to March 21, 2024 and the variance to September 6, 2024. Mr. Dillivan read the five recommendations into the record.
Commissioner Livingston made a motion to approve the one-year extension to the variance, Commissioner Thiel seconded, motion carried.
Commissioner Livingston made a motion to approve the sketch plan extension for 6 months, Commissioner Mangold seconded, motion carried. RESOLUTION 2023-52
Darrell Steward, Sheriff – RE: Consider Designating County Impound Yard for Authorized Storage of Abandoned Vehicles
Sheriff Steward had been dealing with towing issues, several options have been looked at and the best option is for the Board to designate areas for storage.
Park County Road and Bridge Shop, 2814 Highway 120, Cody, Wyoming 82414
Eagle Recovery, 534 Blackburn Avenue, Cody, Wyoming 82414
Zach’s Towing, 91 Road 2BC, Cody, Wyoming 82414
2130 Big Horn Avenue, Cody, Wyoming 82414
1221 20th Street, Cody, Wyoming 82414
Commissioner Livingston made a motion to designate the impound yards as listed, Commissioner Thiel seconded, Sheriff Steward stated the rate to tow is $6.00 per mile or $100 whichever is greater. Commissioner Livingston encouraged the Sheriff to tow to the county yard. Motion carried.
Commissioner Livingston moved to adjourn, Commissioner Mangold seconded, and the motion carried.
Dossie Overfield, Chairwoman
Lloyd Thiel, Vice Chairman
Lee Livingston, Commissioner
Scott Mangold, Commissioner
Scott Steward, Commissioner
Colleen Renner, County Clerk
Publ., Tues., Sept. 26, 2023