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Council

 

May 5, 2022



Town of Moorcroft

Regular Meeting of the Council

Monday, April 25th, 2022

Town Council Present: Mayor Ben Glenn, Councilmen Paul Smoot, and Dale Petersen, Austin Smith and Dusty Petz

Town Representatives Present: Deputy Clerk Jodi Clark, and HDR Engineer Heath Turbiville

Krissy Hinkhouse and Madison Petersen were present to ask questions regarding the Moorcroft Chamber getting some changes made during Jubilee.

Andrea Wood and Senator Driskill were present to request to use the Moorcroft Town Center for a Charter School. She would like to enroll 60 students 9th to 12 grade. There was discussion about this and how it would work using the MTC as a facility for the school.

Councilman Smoot motioned to approve the consent agenda with Councilman Petz seconding. Discussion was had in regards to fixing the Compactor or renting one. Councilman Petersen motioned to repair the Compactor with Council Smoot seconding. All ayes, motion carried. 5/0

Voting on the consent agenda continued with all ayes, motion carried. 5/0

Deputy Clerk Clark gave the Clerk’s report.

Councilman Smith motioned to continue the health insurance with WEBT as this needs to be approved prior to May 2nd, Councilman Petz seconded. All ayes, motion carried. 5/0

Deputy Clerk Clark read Ordinance 3-2022, ORDINANCE APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING CONTINUATION FOR THE ONE PERCENT (1%) EXCISE TAX IMPOSED UPON RETAIL SALES OF TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY, ADMISSIONS AND SERVICES, AND IMPOSED UPON SALES AND STORAGE, USE AND CONSUMPTION OF TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY, IN CROOK COUNTY. Councilman Smoot motioned to approve Ordinance 3-2022 for the 3rd reading, Councilman Petersen seconded. All ayes, motion carried. 5/0

Deputy Clerk Clark read Resolution 6-2022, A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING SUBMISSION OF AN APPLICATION TO THE STATE LOAN AND INVESTMENT BOARD FOR A LOAN THROUGH THE STATE REVOLVING FUND ON BEHALF OF THE GOVERNING BODY FOR THE TOWN OF MOORCROFT FOR THE PURPOSE OF SITE INVESTIGATION AND PRELIMINARY ENGINEER’S REPORT FOR NEW MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE CELL AND C & D CELL. Councilman Petersen motioned to approve Resolution 6-2022 with Councilman Smith seconding. Discussion was held. All ayes, motion carried. 5/0

The Public Works report was received by Council via email.

The Police report was given to council via email as Chief was out of town

At 8:40 a public Hearing was held for public comments on the Intent to Trade Real Property, no comments. Hearing was adjourned at 8:45.

Heath Turbiville, HDR Engineer, updated the Council on the Town’s projects.

Councilman Petersen motioned to go into Executive Session at 8:55 pm to discuss personnel, Councilman Smoot seconded. All ayes, motion carried.

Regular meeting of the Council reconvened at 9:25 pm. No action was taken. Councilman Smoot motioned to adjourn at 9:26 pm and Councilman Petz seconded. All ayes, motion carried. 5/0

Ben Glenn, Mayor

ATTEST:

Jodi Clark, Deputy Clerk

APRIL BILL LIST 2022 #2

AFLAC-EMPLOYEE PAID INSURANCE, $995.44; BLACK HILLS ENERGY-NATURAL GAS, TH, SHOP, MTC & FIRE HALL, $755.86; BLUE CROSSE/BLUE SHIELD, MED INS, $12,549.00; CBH-FUEL DRYER, $47.12; CITY OF GILLETTE-WATER BASE RATE, $92.50; CLARK, JODI-MILEAGE TO RIVERTON CASELLE TRAINING, $346.32; CONNALLY,JESSE-CLEANING CONTRACT, $600.00; CONTRACTORS SUPPLY-LIFT STRAP, $54.42; CY’S REPAIR-BED & INST (2021 FORD) BRAKES & PS (2008 FORD), $4,347.00; DELTA DENTAL-EMPLOYEE DENTAL INS, $984.00; GREAT WEST-DEFERRED COMP-EMPLOYEE PAID, $630.00; GW REPAIR-REPAIR 2015 DODGE, $1,074.94; HDR-HOURLY SERVICES, $8,500.00; INNOVATIVE TECH-REPLACE FLOW METER & PUMP 2 DISCHARGE TRANS, $1,308.00; IRS-04/13/22, $5,561.68; KOMATSU-LOADER & COMPACT REPAIRS, $24,252.16; LIFE ASSIST-MEDICAL SUPPLIES, $798.69; LINCOLN FINANCIAL-EMPLOYEE LIFE INS, $36.00; MARCO-POLICE COPIES CURRECT & NOVEMBER 21, $151.80; MG OIL-FUEL#2 & DYED #2, $4,360.12; ONE CALL OF WYOMING-LOCATE TICKETS, $15.75; PAYROLL-04-13/22, $16,900.25; PREC-ELECTRICITY, $12,408.47; PURVIS-AIRLINE(SHOP), $55.90; QUILL.COM- LASER LABELS (POLICE), $53.96; RECORD SUPPLY-LIFTING STRAPS, $23.29; RURAL COMMUNITY-FLYERS & MAILER FEE-FEASIBLITY & DEVELOP PLAN, $1,301.52; SUNDANCE LAW-ATTORNEY FEES, $2,194.50; TRACY MOTORS-SUPPLIES, $240.21; VALLI-MONTHLY ONLINE PAYS,$75.00; VAN HORN, KRISTI-MTC CLEANING CONTRACT, $1,100.00; VISA-WAMCAT, RURAL WATER CONF, AMB PROMO, KAREO, $2,632.14; VSP-VISION INS, $166.49; WYOMING RETIREMENT-EMPLOYEE & VOLUNTEER(EST), $12,000.00.TOTAL “$116,612.53”

Mayor Ben Glenn

Councilmen Paul Smoot, and Dale Petersen, Austin Smith and Dusty Petz

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