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Public Notice (Torrington City) Goshen County) Wyoming) Torrington City Council will hold its regular meeting on Tuesday, September 7, 2021 at 7:00 PM in the City Council Chamber at 436 East 22nd Avenue. Now: Mayor Adams, Committee members Kelly, Kinney, Patterson and Steinbock. Also present were: Clerk/Treasurer Strecker, Attorney Eddington, Director of Public Works Harkins, Chief of Police Johnson, Construction Officer Estes and Deputy City Clerk Anaya. Mayor Adams called a meeting. City Councillor Kelly led the pledge of allegiance. A memorial ceremony was held to commemorate Lieutenant Harley Mark. Paul Martinez led the people present to pray. Mayor Adams issued information announcements on the following items at the meeting: 1. Require the public to concentrate on cleaning up their property in the coming months into the fall; 2. Remind the public that from the middle of the road to the middle of the alley, the owners are Property is responsible; 3. Remind the public that the packing station is open from 7:00 am to 4:00 pm from Monday to Friday and from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm on Saturday to receive grass, branches and general yard waste; 4. Air Quality consultation updates and recommended preventive measures; 5. COVID-19 vaccine updates; 6. COVID-19 updates and recommendations; 7. Project progress in the city; 8. Remind the public that the farmer’s market will continue to be in the city park every Thursday night Entering the fall; 9. The update of the one percent (1%) special purpose consumption tax proposed in Geshen County for the November 2022 vote; and the 20th anniversary of 10. 9/11. Congressman Kelly moved, and Congressman Steinbock seconded to approve the agenda, which includes the published minutes of the 08-17-21 board meeting, and all actions in it will be approved. The motion was passed unanimously. Senator Kinney moved, and Senator Patterson seconded to approve the agenda. The motion was passed unanimously. Brenda Vance with Gracie's Promise requested approval of the special event license for the 5K Run/Motorcycle Poker Run fundraising event, which will be held in Pioneer Park from 6:00 am to 11:00 am on 09-11-21. Mayor Adams stated that because Gracie’s promise is a non-profit organization, the applicant requested that special event license fees be waived. Congressman Patterson moved, and Congresswoman Steinbock was seconded to approve the special event permit and exempted the fees for the submitted special event permit. The motion was passed unanimously. The Director of Public Works (DPW) Harkins submitted an application for the exemption of late fees for airport hangar rentals in August, amounting to $75.00. He stated that the new hangar leasing regulations (Regulation No. 1245) were passed on 07-06-21, and that the new regulations impose a late fee of US$25.00 on tenants who did not submit rent on or before the 10th of the month. He commented, After the regulations were passed, he printed a copy of the new lease agreement and mailed it to each tenant for signature and return. DPW Harkins stated that the new lease agreement notifies each tenant of the rent increase and late payment fines. He stated that three tenants were assessed late fees in August and commented that two of the three tenants contacted him regarding the late fee assessment. DPW Harkins said that since the new regulations were recently passed and the notice of change was issued in mid-July, the new lease agreement may not reach some tenants until the end of the month, or the change may not be easy and obvious. Therefore, he proposed a one-off exemption of the late fines imposed on three tenants. Congresswoman Steinbock moved, and Congressman Kinney was seconded to waive the August airport hangar rental late fee, amounting to $75.00, as a one-time courtesy. The motion was passed unanimously. Clerk/Treasurer Strecker submitted the financial report for the 2021 fiscal year ending 06-30-21. The total amount of restricted and on-hand cash is US$16,933,002.80. The amount of overdue accounts receivable/utility bill was US$42,947.34, the collection amount was US$81,910.84, and US$5,775.57 was turned over to the city prosecutor. The estimated cash opening balance of the fiscal year 2022 budget is US$11,884,459.14, and the actual cash available for fiscal year 2022 is US$13,605,475.02. The net income of all funds was US$3,284,011.51, an overall increase compared to the previous fiscal year. The total amount of long-term debt and capital lease outstanding debt is USD 3,965,224.65, and sales taxes have all been increased. Clerk/Treasurer Strecker said that the OpenGov financial transparency portal on the New York City website is up to date and includes financial data for the 2021 fiscal year. She provided a short tutorial on how to navigate the portal and demonstrated how to take advantage of the FAQ section of the portal. Mayor Adams commended Clerk/Treasurer Strecker for being named WAMCAT of the Year. WAMCAT is an acronym for the Wyoming State Clerk and Financial Staff Association. Clerk/Treasurer Strake received warm applause to express his congratulations. Congressman Kinney moved, and Congressman Patterson seconded to accept the financial report for the 2021 fiscal year ending 06-30-21. The motion was passed unanimously. The bills from 08-18-21 to 09-07-21 have been submitted for payment. Congressman Kelly moved, and Congressman Patterson seconded to approve the payment bill submitted. The motion was passed unanimously. Mayor Adams solicits public opinions, questions or concerns. Lawrence Goyen addressed the mayor and city council. He expressed concern about the weeds in the cemetery and near the city walkways. Mr. Goyen said that he didn't want to be a trouble, but he really wanted to see some improvements in the specific areas he focused on. Mayor Adams assured Mr. Goyen that his concerns will be further investigated and addressed accordingly. Assemblyman Kinney spoke about the COVID-19 vaccine advertisement published by the Goshen County Public Health Department on 09-03-21 Torrington Telegram. He said that the advertisement has a huge amount of information and encourages the public to use the vaccine clinics provided. Congressman Patterson invited the public to visit Torrington Airport and see the newly purchased snow removal equipment at the airport. Assemblyman Kinney moved, and Assemblyman Steinbock seconded that until the mayor and city council adjourn at 7.59pm, no further matters need to be unanimously approved. The following bills have been approved for payment: 71676 AT&T MOBILITY heart monitor transmission fee 33.46; 71677 VIAERO WIRELESS wireless wireless hotspot plan 571.24; 71678 STANDARD INSURANCE CO premium for long-term disability 2077.09; 71678 TORRINGTON EMPLOY 77779 71679 TORRINGTON EMPLOY 7679 TV 71681 TV 71.08 for wireless service 97.08; WY DEPT OF REVENUE sales tax 27469.51; 71682 AFLAC wage withholding 349.68; 71683 NCPERS GROUP LIFE INS wage withholding 144.00; 71684 CIRCUIT COURT OF GOSHEN CO wage withholding 144.00; 71684 payable 2930.10; 71687 FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY wage withholding 217.82; 71688 GOSHEN CO DISTRICT COURT CLERK wage withholding 100.00; 71689 GREAT-WEST TRUST CO LLC wage withholding 26716010201012016010160701016010101601010160101670101607010107010107010100100170017001700130700170017030700130700201703001010010010010010201000102001300100101010010010010010201000102001300100101001010010010010010010201000102001300100171010100100100100100102010001010010017001700170017001307001700170307001307002017030010100100100100102010001020013001001010010010010010010010201000102001300100171010100100100100100102010001020013001001710101001001001001001020100010100100100100100170017001700130700170017030700130700201703001010010010010010201000102001300100101001010010010010010201000102001300100101001001001001001001001020100010200130010010010100100100100100102010001010010010010010100100100100100100102010001010010010017 71.21; 71.695 REDDER, JAEDAN reissued deposit refund check 53.35; 71696 HERDT, CORY deposit refund 39.13; 71697 REICHERT, KRISTINA deposit refunded rabies vaccination certificate 53.35; 71696, BRISON & SHAINA credit refund 68.16; 71700 BRANHAM, SAMUEL & SAXEN credit refund 40.91; 71701 AUINAGA, JULISSA credit refund 28.59; 71702 BRADY, MARIAH L. Deposit refund 17.87; 71703 MRIAH L., JESTINA reimb-proof of rabies vaccine 50.00; 71705 HIGH PLAINS APT deposit refund 149.92; 71706 TD REAL ESTATE deposit refund 291.86; 71707 21ST CENTURY EQUIPMENT LLC cap, bushing, handle , Windows, seals A7HE-71707 finished flat metal, metal bend 105.50; 71709 ABSOLUTE SOLUTIONS remove/replace ambulance and suburban radio 2330.93; 71710 ADAMS, RANDY reimb-meals/mileage 169.05; 71711 AIRGAS.LLC12711171710000000000000000000000000000000;71711 AIRGAS. Member ship update 159.00; 71713 Backflow prevention supply company DC component 178.68; 71714 BIG WOOD TREE SERVICE LLC Tree pruning/removal 5325.00; 71715 BIVENS CONSTRUCTION INC. October 16, 2021, CO2162BL pipe seal, multi-tube 1607 pipe seal , CO216072BL material line screw, reciprocating blade, magnet picker, polyethylene elbow, bushing, clamp, bracket, shelf, tap, color sample base, foam brush, paint, aluminum coil, pointed lathe bundle, riser , Joint, rotary joint, close-close Y, hydraulic drive, washer 501.55; 71717 BOMGAARS SUPPLY INC. Toolbox, oil, chain, storage file, tip, fastener, work boots, cooler, cat litter, tape, hydraulic Oil, loaded tee, cover, starter fertilizer, fuse, trimmer repair kit, spray, battery, broom 854.61; 71718 BORDER STATES INDUSTRIES INC. Ground rod, plug-in, duct seal, pants, shirt, unit heater , Zipper jacket, glove test, gasket, meter base, solid copper, connector, pole tap pin, cross arm pin, circuit breaker, wire 9561.13; 71719 BROWN CO bearing 84.02; 71720 CASELLE INC. contract support and maintenance 1990.00; 71721 CITYSERVICEVALCON LLC Phillips 66 terminal maintenance fee, jet fuel 6298.36; 71722 CITY OF TORRINGTON Goshen County Task Force donation-utility payment 1000.00; 71723 CITY OF TORRINGTON STATION STATION optional sales tax 6298.36; 71722 hospital ambulance supplies 17.15; 71725 CONNECTING POINT copier All-inclusive service contract 623.45; 71726 CONTRACTORS MATERIALS INC. Pants, blades, paint, lens cleaning tissues, tape, cones and straps, gaskets 207172 Water lease 20768, water 193.40; 71728 DECKER, STEVE oil, paint, weed Killer, pramaxis 7242.00; 71729 DOOLEY OIL INC. 626.22; 71730 DURR UNIVERSAL INC. Filter 1673.17; 7173.17 ;7173.17;DM 7175C50000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000005 passed MEDICAL PRODUCTS INC. Ambulance supplies 308.44; 71733 ENERGY LABORATORIES INC. Laboratory test 816.00; 71734 FIRED UP RESCUE LLC rescue tool-battery powered, single sheath hose coupling nh 10283.05; 71735 GLASS INC Plexiglass protection 398.13; 71736 G & L concrete concrete 1622.50; 71737 PRO quality PEST CONTROL 30.00; 71738 GOSHEN CO construction LLC tap water tap m deposit refund less water used for 1906.50; 71739 GOSHEN CO economy ¼% sales tax 24672.69; 71740 GOSHEN DIESEL SERVICE Garbage truck repair 1144.00; 71741 GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP One-time start-up fee-new contract, minus 59.50 difference in new contract; 71742 THE HARTFORD Volunteer Firefighter Accident Insurance-City ½ 761.97; 71743 USABLUEBOOK pacifier, coupler 115.25; 71744 HUB INTERNATIONAL MOUNTAIN STATES LIMITED Endorsement of additional buildings-453 Main Street 223.00, trash paper bags, trash paper, trash paper, trash paper 115.25; 71744 urinal filter, bowl cleaner, hand sanitizer, disinfectant 1353.50; 71746 INBERG-MILLER ENGINEERS Landfill new unit design/license update 10217.56; 71747 INDEPENDENT PLUMBING & HEATING INC. Valve 72.50; 717489DISDUTOR19 Glass cleaner gloves, CO ADC279 Industrial tower rental, City Council meeting 475.00; 71750 KAUFMAN GLASS LLC Screen repair 30.00; 71751 K & K COMMUNICATIONS paging service-electric meter 12.00; 71752 FRANK PARTS CO headlights, bolts, key sets, cut-off wheels, filters, pin holders 17759 CURTIS & SONS shirt 132.00; 71754 LONG II, DEREK J. Tree spraying 2228.00; 71755 LUJAN CLEANING SERVICE LLC cleaning, window cleaning 273.75; 71756 MCI A VERIZON CO long-distance/911 callback 53.11; 71757 MIDWEST CONNECT 5757 After installing the block, install postal label boulders, coverings, trees 3500.00; 71759 MOUNTAIN STATES PIPE & SUPPLY CO INC. ERTs 8899.96; 71760 MUNICIPAL EMERGENCY SERVICES INC. scba test and repair/repair computer/scba bag and bottle/compressor service telephone-City ½, scba mask repairs 441767 MUNICIPAL EMERGENCY SERVICES INC. power supply 454316.54; 71762 NAVEX GLOBAL INC. PolicyTech license update 3718.35; 71763 NE MUNICIPAL POWER POOL power distribution service 3960.00; 71764 NEWMAN SIGNS INC. Traffic signs 90.02; 71765 NORMONT EQUIPMENT CO05170670600000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000007076557654060000000516557765 O'REILLY AUTO ENTERPRISES LLC protective agent, wipes, floor mats, floor mats Cover, filter, oil pipe, oil drain plug, brake disc, ceramic pad, socket, capsule, power steering hose, engine cleaner 407.42; 71768 State Land and Investment Office DWSRF013 loan payment 27804.32; 71769 PANHANDLE CONCRETE PRODUCTS INC. Roadside box 278.00; 71770 ENVIRO SERVICES INC. laboratory analysis 60.00; 71771, statrbearing, statr. gasket 673.33; 71772 QUADIENT lease USA INC NEOPOST lease contract, postage machine 406.50; 71773 circulation system LLC packing machine repair parts, knife washing machine 3901.79 ; 71774 RICHEY, MICHAEL Airport Operator Contract 1666.66; 71775 RICHEY, MICHAEL Air Fuel 450.07; 71776 RUSSELL INDUSTRIES INC. Check/repair sewer pump 5485.74; 71777 SANITAS TECHNOLOGIES LLC landfill software annual update 395.00; 71778 VALLEY MOTOR SUPPLY micro-v belt, engine oil, battery, air freshener, diesel exhaust fluid, Grease, flash electronics, refrigerant, filter, multi-purpose relay, solder rosin, rivet kit, wiper blade, primer, blade, alligator clip, lug nut, power inverter, showtime detail 1182.46; 71779 SCOTTSBLUFF VALLEY STREET RODS svsr Autumn Auto Show sponsorship 500.00; 71780 SIMON sand and measurement salt August 10717 / bearing kit, assembled U-shaped joint 166.37; 71682 DBC irrigation supply valve with flow control, joint expansion, elbows, joints, glue, bottom Paint, border fence material 1505.55; 71783 SOUTH TORRINGTON WATER & SEWER-5169 71784 QUILL LLC hand sanitizer, crew simple packaging, marker, copy paper, correction tape, paper clips, flags, dawn, facial tissues, emergen-c, gloves 578.68; 71785 STEINBOCK, KATE mileage reduction fuel 66.22; 71786 TIMBERLINE ELECTRIC & CONTROL CORP SCADA system upgrade 31988.97; 71787 TORRINGTON FIRE DEPT professional services 800.00; 71788 TORRLYPPs envelopes, anti-counterfeit envelopes, erasers, envelopes, anti-counterfeit envelopes, erasers with adhesive, open Letter knives, stamps, post-it notes/signs, golden headgear, cover paper, straws, paper clips, ink cartridges, work chairs 460.45; 71789 TORRINGTON SOD FARMS turf 8.10; 71790 TRIHYDRO CORP WWTP preprocessing design project 17777; 71792 CENTURYLINK TVFD phone, data Line 343.01; 71792 VERIZON WIRELESS mobile phone 507.99; 71793 GRAINGER helmet liner, repair clip, battery, safety glasses, toilet diaphragm assembly, mop 413.96; 71794 WY Ministry of Transport cited document 73.82; 71795 WY 71795 WY 71795 WY7000000000000C mechanical filter, filter element , Bolts, nuts, washers , Cutting edge, drill tip 1756.15; 71797 TORRINGTON TELEGRAM ad, legal 2025.00; 71798 WY RETIREMENT SYSTEMS Torr Vol EMT Pension 37.50; 71799 WY8S RETI06 RETIMENT OF SERVICE, DEWORK8S RETI06RETI. Workers' compensation 12054.09 published on Torrington Telegram on September 17, 2021 Announcement No. 7949. 71787 Torrington Fire Department Professional Services 800.00; 71788 Torrington Office supplies security envelopes, sharp, dry erase markers, binders, receipt paper, envelope wetting agent with adhesive, letter openers, stamps, notes/ Logos, gold coins, cover stock, straws, paper clips, ink cartridges, work chairs 460.45; 71789 TORRINGTON SOD FARMS turf 8.10; 71790 TRIHYDRO CORP WWTP Pre-Treat Design Project 1977.07; 71792 CENTURYLINK TVFD telephone, data cable 343.01; 71792 VERIZON WIRELESS mobile phone 507.99; 71793 GRAINGER helmet liner, repair clip, battery, safety glasses, toilet diaphragm assembly, mop 413.96; 71794 WY Ministry of Transport cited letter 73.82; 71795 WY 71795 WY 71795 WY7000000000000C mechanical filter, filter element, bolt, nut, washer, cutting edge , Drill end 1756.15; 71797 TORRINGTON TELEGRAM ad, legal 2025.00; 71798 WY RETIREMENT SYSTEMS Torr Vol EMT Pension 37.50; 71799 WY8S RETI06 RETIMENT OF SERVICE, DEWORK8S RETI06RETI. Workers' compensation 12054.09, 7949 published on September 17, 2021 on Torrington Telegram No. Announcement. 71787 Torrington Fire Department Professional Services 800.00; 71788 Torrington Office supplies security envelopes, sharp, dry erase markers, binders, receipt paper, envelope wetting agent with adhesive, letter openers, stamps, notes/ Logos, gold coins, cover stock, straws, paper clips, ink cartridges, work chairs 460.45; 71789 TORRINGTON SOD FARMS turf 8.10; 71790 TRIHYDRO CORP WWTP Pre-Treat Design Project 1977.07; 71792 CENTURYLINK TVFD telephone, data cable 343.01; 71792 VERIZON WIRELESS mobile phone 507.99; 71793 GRAINGER helmet liner, repair clip, battery, safety glasses, toilet diaphragm assembly, mop 413.96; 71794 WY Ministry of Transport cited letter 73.82; 71795 WY 71795 WY 71795 WY7000000000000C mechanical filter, filter element, bolt, nut, washer, cutting edge , Drill end 1756.15; 71797 TORRINGTON TELEGRAM ad, legal 2025.00; 71798 WY RETIREMENT SYSTEMS Torr Vol EMT Pension 37.50; 71799 WY8S RETI06 RETIMENT OF SERVICE, DEWORK8S RETI06RETI. Workers' compensation 12054.09, 7949 published on September 17, 2021 on Torrington Telegram No. Announcement.
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