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March Minutes

Minutes of the Proceedings
Board of County Commissioners
Prepared by the Office of the Clerk of Laramie County


Tuesday, March 01, 2016

00 The Laramie County Commissioners met in regular
session Tuesday, March 1, 2016 at 3:30 p.m. Those in
attendance were Commissioner K.N. Buck Holmes,
Chairman; Commissioner Linda Heath, Vice-Chairman;
Commissioner Amber Ash; Commissioner Troy
Thompson; Commissioner Ron Kailey; County Attorney
Mark Voss; and County Clerk Debbye Lathrop.

Those signing the register were Don Hollingshead,
Sheriff's Department; Gus Lopez, Cheyenne Laramie
County Health Department; Sandra Newland, Laramie
County Grants; Dan Cooley, Planning Department;
Dory Clark, Sheriff's Department; John Kelley,
Cheyenne Laramie County Health Department; Diane
Sanchez, Clerk of District Court; Rick Fortney,
Information Technology; Lottie Kemp; Leo P. Gomez;
Trudy Eisele, County Treasurer; Seth Lloyd; Lisa
Pafford, City Development; John & Debbie Kaiser,
Ukrainian Delegation; Roy Kroeger, Cheyenne
Laramie County Health Department.

01 Commissioner Thompson moved to approve the
Minutes of Proceedings for February 16, 2016.
Commissioner Heath seconded the motion, which
passed unanimously. Documentation is filed in central
files with the County Clerk.

02 Commissioner Thompson moved to approve warrants
in the amount of $1,716,645.95 for February 2016.
Commissioner Kailey seconded the motion, which
passed unanimously. Documentation is filed in central
files with the County Clerk.

03 Commissioner Thompson moved to approve the
following part-time salaries in the amount of
$37,442.38 for February 2016: Building Maintenance,
$13,704.55; District Court, $3,157.50; Detention
Center, $12,575.94; County Coroner, $2,929.68;
Shooting Range, $3,465.01; Drug Court, $394.84; DUI
Court, $394.86; Planning, $820.00. Commissioner
Kailey seconded the motion, which passed
unanimously. Documentation is filed in central files with the County Clerk.

04 Commissioner Thompson moved to approve the
following fees collected by various County entities for
January 2016: Planning & Development, $92,973.75;
Clerk of District Court, $17,500.35; Sheriff's
Department, $147,427.14; Shooting Sports Complex,
$27,094.89; Drug Court, $825.00; DUI Court, $878.00;
Circuit Court, $56,880.00; County Clerk, $98,299.10.
Commissioner Kailey seconded the motion, which
passed unanimously. Documentation is filed in central files with the County Clerk.

05 Commissioner Thompson moved to approve a Grant
Agreement between Laramie County and the
Wyoming Business Council for a Community
Development Block Grant in the amount of $40,000 to
run through September 30, 2017 for down payment,
closing costs and future maintenance assistance
through the WYFHOP 2015 Homeownership Assistance
Program. Commissioner Kailey seconded the motion,
which passed unanimously. After obtaining
signatures, documentation will be filed in central files with the County Clerk.

06 Commissioner Thompson moved to approve an
agreement between Laramie County and Sheet Metal
Products to furnish labor and material to fabricate and
install a weather hood over an existing louver in the
amount of $2,490. (This agreement also provides for
future work upon mutual agreement between the
Contractor and the Laramie County Maintenance
Director.) Commissioner Kailey seconded the motion,
which passed unanimously. Documentation is filed in
central files with the County Clerk.

07 Commissioner Thompson moved to approve the sale

of the following items to Dawes County: 3 V-Plows in
the amount of $1,500 each and 3 Angle plows in the
amount of $2,500 each for a total of $12,000.
Commissioner Kailey seconded the motion, which
passed unanimously. Documentation is filed in central
files with the County Clerk.

08 Commissioner Thompson moved to approve an
equipment/electricity contract between Laramie
County and Brandon Scott in the amount of $47.33 to
run March 1, 2016 to April 30, 2016. Commissioner
Kailey seconded the motion, which passed
unanimously. Documentation is filed in central files
with the County Clerk.

09 Commissioner Thompson moved to approve a WYDOT
Final Acceptance Certificate for the Laramie County
Safe Routes to School Grant Project. Commissioner
Kailey seconded the motion, which passed
unanimously. Documentation is filed in central files
with the County Clerk.

10 Commissioner Thompson moved to approve a request
to have the designation of "guest ranch" pursuant to
W.S. 12-1-101 (a) (xxiii) noted on the retail liquor
license and a correction to the description of the
dispensing room in the Senators Restaurant.
Commissioner Kailey seconded the motion, which
passed unanimously. Documentation is filed in
central files with the County Clerk.

11 Commissioner Thompson moved to approve a
resolution authorizing the submission of a grant
application to the KaBOOM Foundation on behalf of
the Laramie County Recreation Planning and Advisory
Board for funds towards the Laramie County Clear
Creek Park Playground. Commissioner Ash seconded
the motion, which passed unanimously.
Documentation is filed in central files with the County Clerk.

12 Commissioner Ash moved to approve a resolution
authorizing the submission of a grant application to
the King Soopers Community Donations Foundation
on behalf of the Laramie County Recreation Planning
and Advisory Board for funds towards the Laramie
County Clear Creek Park Playground. Commissioner
Heath seconded the motion, which passed
unanimously. Documentation is filed in central files
with the County Clerk.

13 Commissioner Thompson moved to approve a
resolution to submit a grant application to the
Wyoming Office of the Attorney General Division of
Victim Services for a BFY 17&18 funding request in
the amount of $280,213.52 with a cash match of
$46,364.61 and in-kind match of $15,403.20 to run
July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2018. This funding
would include money to hire an additional position
(that of victim advocate). Commissioner Ash seconded
the motion, which passed unanimously. The
resolution is filed in central files with the County Clerk.

14 Commissioner Ash moved to approve an agreement
between Laramie County and Emerson Network Power
in the amount of $8,702 to provide maintenance of
the power protection system located in the computer
room at Public Works and $8,980 to provide
replacement batteries for a period of one year
beginning on the date the agreement is fully executed
by all parties. Commissioner Heath seconded the
motion, which passed unanimously. Documentation is
filed in central files with the County Clerk.

15 Commissioner Ash moved to approve an agreement
and addendum between Laramie County and Madden
Brothers Auction to conduct a sale of the following
equipment from the Public Works Department with
Madden Brothers receiving 15 percent of the sales:
1986 Ingersoll Rand Model P100ww compressor; 1985
Anderson Series E rock picker; 1952 military utility pole
trailer; 1995 Western Sander Spreader; Royer
conveyor/shaker. Commissioner Thompson seconded
the motion, which passed unanimously.
Documentation is filed in central files with the County

Clerk.

16 Commissioner Ash moved to approve a Notice to
Proceed to CGRS for the construction of the Laramie
County Compressed Natural Gas Fueling Facility, an
Agreement between Laramie County and CGRS in the
amount of $519,949.03 for the construction, and
Change Order No. 1 extending the date for substantial
completion from May 20, 2016 to June 24, 2016.
Commissioner Heath seconded the motion, which
passed unanimously. Documentation is filed in central
files with the County Clerk.

17 Commissioner Thompson moved to approve an
agreement between Laramie County and American
Contracting LLC., in the amount of $514,549.60 for
the Clear Creek Park Picnic Shelter and Miscellaneous
Improvements Project to run through October 31, 2016
with funds coming from a combination of SLIB
Consensus Block funding and Community Facilities
Fees. Commissioner Ash seconded the motion, which
passed unanimously. Documentation is filed in central
files with the County Clerk.

18 Commissioner Heath moved to approve a Notice of
Award to Knife River in the amount of $1,477,309.69
for the County Road 213 Overlay. Commissioner
Thompson seconded the motion, which passed
unanimously. Documentation is filed in central files
with the County Clerk.

19 Commissioner Ash moved to approve a Notice of
Award to Simon Contractors for the drainage
remediation and reconstruction of the Laramie County
Health Department parking lot in the amount of
$283,083.25. Commissioner Thompson seconded the
motion, which passed unanimously. Documentation is
filed in central files with the County Clerk.

20 Dan Cooley asked that the staff report regarding a
request for a Zone Change from AR (Agricultural
Residential) to MR (Medium Density Residential) for
Kemp Subdivision located in Tracts 14, 15, and 16
Foster Tracts, Laramie County, Wyoming (7113 East
Pershing Blvd) as well as the Subdivision Permit and
Plat be presented at this time with motions and action
on each separately. The applicant stated that the plan
is to split the property into three parcels, two of which
have existing homes on them. Barbara Kloth stated
the property does not qualify for the family exemption
from the subdivision process. The total current lot size
is 8.2 acres, thus requiring an exemption from the
minimum lot size. The zone change is required to
meet the criteria for the smaller lot sizes. The
Department recommends approval of the Zone
Change with no conditions. Ms. Kloth stated that a
variance of the small wastewater system regulations
would also be required and a resolution for that has
been drafted and can be considered with the
Subdivision Permit and Plat. The Department
recommends approval of the Subdivision Permit and
Plat with the following conditions: 1) Approvals on the
plat shall be changed to "2016"; 2) A variance from
minimum lot size standards shall be approved by the
Board prior to recordation of the plat, and a note shall
be added to the plat showing the resolution number,
with recorded book and page for reference; and 3)
The applicant, City, and County Planning offices work
to determine the necessary dedication language for
the 30' access easement for Tract 1, and revise the plat
with new language, prior to recordation.
Commissioner Thompson voiced concern about
condition #3 in the event the City and the County are
unable to come to an agreement on the easement
language. Seth Lloyd from the City Development
Office stated that if the language in the condition is
approved, the applicant's agent, AVI, the City and the
County can work together to develop suitable
language. Commissioner Kailey asked Roy Kroger,
Environmental Health, how the criteria of the variance
for the small waste water system had been developed.
Mr. Kroger stated the requirements are listed on the
resolution and those had been approved by a prior
Board of County Commissioners. Chairman Holmes
opened the meeting as a PUBLIC HEARING for both

the zone change and the plat and subdivision permit.
Hearing no comment, the Chairman closed the
PUBLIC HEARING. Commissioner Ash moved to
approve the zone change and adopt findings of fact a
and b. Commissioner Thompson seconded the
motion, which passed by a vote of four in favor and
one opposed with Commissioner Kailey casting the dissenting vote. Documentation is filed in central files with the County Clerk.

21 Having heard the staff report and holding the PUBLIC
HEARING regarding a Subdivision Permit and Plat for
Kemp Subdivision, a replat of Tracts 14, 15, and 16,
Foster Tracts, Laramie County, Wyoming with the prior
item, Commissioner Thompson moved to approve the
Subdivision Permit and Plat for Kemp Subdivision with
conditions one through three and adopt facts and
findings a, b, and c of the staff report. Commissioner
Ash seconded the motion, which passed by a vote of
four in favor and one opposed with Commissioner
Kailey casting the dissenting vote. Commissioner
Thompson moved to approve the resolution granting
the variance for the small wastewater system.
Commissioner Ash seconded the motion with an
amendment that it include the condition listed in the
resolution concerning future development being
prohibited until public water and sewer was accessed.
The motion as amended passed by a vote of four in
favor and one opposed with Commissioner Kailey
casting the dissenting vote. Documentation is filed in
central files with the County Clerk.

The meeting adjourned at 4:37 p.m.

CERTIFICATION

I, Debra K Lathrop, Clerk of Laramie County, do hereby certify the above to be a true and correct
copy of the Minutes of the Proceedings for Tuesday, March 01, 2016

Approved by : Debra K. Lathrop
County Clerk

Reviewed by : K.N.Buck Holmes, Chairman
Board of County Commissioners

 

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

00 The Laramie County Commissioners met in regular
session Tuesday, March 15, 2016 at 3:30 P.M. Those
in attendance were Commissioner K.N. Buck Holmes,
Chairman; Commissioner Linda Heath, Vice-Chairman;
Commissioner Amber Ash; Commissioner Troy
Thompson; Commissioner Ron Kailey; County Attorney
Mark Voss; and County Clerk Debbye Lathrop.

Those signing the register were Rob Geringer, Laramie
County Public Works; John Sundin; James & Marie
Stille; Dan Cooley, Planning Department. Chad
Brown, Wyoming Malting; Lawrence C. Johnson; Gus
Lopez, Cheyenne Laramie County Health Department;
Gene Purdy, Wyoming Malting; Jack Studley, City;
Gary M. Hickman, Cheyenne Laramie County Health
Department/Environmental Health; Michael Sorenson,
Laramie County Sheriff's Department; Amy Surdam,
DDA; Ray Martin; Jack Whyatt, BHE; Sandra Newland,
Laramie County Grants; Kurt Zunker, Drug/DUI Court;
Anja Bendel, Cheyenne LEADS; Darren Rudloff, Visit
Cheyenne; Tansey Sussex, UW Extension; Brittany
Johnson, UW Extension; Bill Tunnicliff; Brad
Alexander, Laramie County I.T.; Seth Lloyd; Lisa
Pafford, City Development; Deb Russell, CNP; Jill
Person, VWE/CNP; Rita Lemley, CNP; John Firestone;
Matt Murphy, Wyoming Tribune Eagle; Boyd Wiggam,
Wyoming Liberty.

01 Commissioner Ash moved to approve the Minutes of
Proceedings for March 1, 2016. Commissioner
Thompson seconded the motion, which passed
unanimously.

02 Commissioner Ash moved to approve a resolution
proclaiming April 2016 as The Month of the Military
Child. Commissioner Kailey seconded the motion,
which passed unanimously. The resolution is filed in
central files with the County Clerk.

03 Commissioner Thompson moved to approve an
amendment to agreement (140401-04) between
Laramie County and Swanson Services Corporation for
commissary services and cobra cashier with Laramie
County receiving a 25 percent commission.
Commissioner Ash seconded the motion, which passed
unanimously. The amendment is filed in central files
with the County Clerk.

04 Commissioner Thompson moved to approve the
renewal of a contract between Laramie County and
Lexis/Nexis for the inmate law library at the detention
center in the amount of $1,548 for a three-year period
beginning April 1, 2016 through March 31, 2019.
Commissioner Ash seconded the motion, which passed
unanimously. The contract is filed in central files with
the County Clerk.

05 Commissioner Thompson moved to approve a Grant
Agreement between Laramie County and the
Wyoming Business Council in the amount of
$2,859,784 with a recapture requirement of
$1,304,892.11 for the construction of a building to be
used by the Wyoming Malting Business Committed
Project as a manufacturing and warehouse facility in
Pine Bluffs to be completed by June 30, 2018.
Commissioner Ash seconded the motion, which passed
unanimously. After obtaining all signatures, the
agreement is to be filed in central files with the County
Clerk.

06 Commissioner Thompson moved to table
consideration of a promissory note between Laramie
County and Cheyenne LEADS in the amount of
$557,935.27 at a rate of 3% interest for a period of 20
years for a loan for the Wyoming Malting project.
Commissioner Ash seconded the motion, which passed
unanimously.

07

Commissioner Heath moved to approve a resolution
authorizing K.N. Buck Holmes, as the Laramie County
Chairman, to sign all closing documents and other
paperwork necessary to complete agreements between
Laramie County and the State of Wyoming associated
with the Wyoming Malting Project. Commissioner
Kailey seconded the motion, which passed
unanimously. The resolution is filed in central files
with the County Clerk.

08 Commissioner Thompson moved to table
consideration of a mortgage in the amount of
$557,935.27 between Cheyenne LEADS and Laramie
County on property to be constructed for the Wyoming
Malting Project and assignment of lease payments to
Laramie County. Commissioner Ash seconded the
motion, which passed unanimously.

09 Commissioner Ash moved to approve an agreement
between Laramie County and Prime Coat II, LLC for
shower renovations at the detention center (pods E &
F) in the amount of $37,187.94 to be paid from the
Detention Center General Fund budget.
Commissioner Kailey seconded the motion, which
passed unanimously. The agreement is filed in central
files with the County Clerk.

10 Commissioner Thompson moved to approve a contract
between Laramie County and the American Probation
and Parole Association (APPA) to conduct a one-day
(7 hour) training program to certify the DUI Court Team
and employees of the Wyoming Department of
Corrections in the use of the Impaired Driver
Assessment in the amount of $10,175. Commissioner
Ash seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.
The contract is filed in central files with the County
Clerk.

11 Commissioner Ash moved to approve a "Notice to
Proceed" and agreement between Laramie County
and Simon Contractors in the amount of $283,083.25
for the County Health Department parking lot
reconstruction. Commissioner Heath seconded the
motion, which passed unanimously. The agreement is
filed in central files with the County Clerk.

12 Commissioner Thompson moved to approve an
agreement between Laramie County and Mimecast for
services described in "Custom Quote" to include
updated email management including archival
systems, threat protection, etc. in the amount of
$31,062 annually. Commissioner Heath seconded the
motion, which passed unanimously. The agreement is
filed in central files with the County Clerk.

13 County Clerk Debbye Lathrop read the proposed Liquor
License Fees for July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017
into the record. Commissioner Ash moved to approve
the proposed fees. Commissioner Heath seconded the
motion, which passed unanimously. Documentation is
filed in central files with the County Clerk.

14 Commissioner Heath moved to approve a resolution re-
appointing Mike Ragsdale to the Eastern Laramie
County Solid Waste Disposal District for a three-year
term, which will expire on March 31, 2019.
Commissioner Thompson seconded the motion, which
passed unanimously. After obtaining all signatures,
the resolution is to be filed in central files with the
County Clerk.

15 Applicant William Tunnicliff presented a request for a
Zone Change from CB (Community Business) to MU
(Mixed Use) for the West 80' of the S1/2 of Tract 10
and the S1/2 if Tract 10 less the West 10', Wallick &
Murray Gardens, Laramie County. Wyoming. Barbara
Kloth stated there are multiple mobile homes currently
on the property and the zone change is required to
bring the property into compliance. She read the staff
report into the record and recommended approval with
no conditions. Chairman Holmes opened the meeting
as a PUBLIC HEARING. Hearing no public comment,
the Chairman closed the PUBLIC HEARING.
Commissioner Ash moved to approve the Zone

Change with no conditions and adopt findings of fact a
and b. Commissioner Thompson seconded the
motion, which passed unanimously. Documentation is
filed in central files with the County Clerk.

16 For the purpose of the PUBLIC HEARING, items 16
and 17 were presented together by Barbara Kloth of
the Planning Department. The request includes a
Zone Change from A2 - Agricultural to AR -
Agricultural Residential and a Subdivision Permit and
Plat for the North 394.95 feet of Tract 6, Mesa Tracts,
Laramie County, Wyoming. The application has been
expanded to include the entirety of Tract 6. The area
contains approximately 6 acres and an existing home
(8317 US 30). Ms. Kloth recommended approval of
the Zone Change with no conditions.
Chairman Holmes opened the meeting as a PUBLIC
HEARING. The applicant stood for questions of which
there were none. Hearing no public comment, the
Chairman closed the PUBLIC HEARING.
Commissioner Thompson moved to approve he Zone
Change with no conditions and adopt findings of fact a
and b of the staff report. Commissioner Ash seconded
the motion, which passed unanimously.
Documentation is filed in central files with the County
Clerk.

17 Senior Planner, Barbara Kloth presented a Subdivision
Permit and Plat for Long View Subdivision, a replat of
the north 394.95 feet of Tract 6, Mesa Tracts, Section
30, T14N, R65W of the 6th P.M. Laramie County,
Wyoming. The purpose of the Subdivision Permit and
Plat is to split a parcel of land consisting of
approximately 6 acres and containing a home and
outbuildings from a parcel consisting of approximately
38.78 acres for the purpose of sale. Ms. Kloth
recommended approval of the Subdivision Permit and
Plat with the following conditions: 1) The plat shall
be signed and stamped by a Wyoming licensed land
surveyor prior to the hearing with the Laramie County
Board of Commissioners; 2) The dedication language
on the plat shall clarify to which company(ies) the
utility easements are dedicated, prior to plat
recordation; and 3) The access easement dedication
language shall be clarified o the plat to serve as legal
access to the remainder of the tract, prior to
recordation. Chairman Holmes opened the meeting as
a PUBLIC HEARING. Hearing no public comment,
the Chairman closed the PUBLIC HEARING.
Commissioner Thompson moved to approve the
Subdivision Permit and Plat for Long View Subdivision
with conditions one through three and adopt findings
of facts a through c and to modify condition #2 to read,
"The plat shall be signed and stamped be a Wyoming
licensed surveyor prior to recordation." Commissioner
Ash seconded the motion which passed unanimously.
Documentation is filed in central files with the County
Clerk.

18 Barbara Kloth presented a request for a Board
Approval for "Ward Insulation" for the following
location: The North 394.95 feet of Tract 6, Mesa
Tracts (proposed as Long View Subdivision, Tract 1),
Laramie County, Wyoming, located at 8317 US 30,
Cheyenne, Wyoming. She read the staff report into
the record and recommended approval with no
conditions. Chairman Holmes opened the meeting as
a PUBLIC HEARING. Lawrence Johnson 8619 US
Highway 30 stated he was approached by the business
owners who requested that they sign a memorandum
of understanding, which they did. However, he has
since reconsidered the potential impact of fiberglass
collecting in his tree row. He asked Mr. Ward to add
some specific language to the MOU to which Mr. Ward
was agreeable. However, Commissioner Thompson
asked if the document Mr. Johnson referred to was
related to the covenants and with an affirmative
answer, he asked County Attorney Mark Voss to explain
the impact of covenants and homeowner's
associations on land and the difference of a board
approval. Mr. Voss explained that a board approval
had no impact on the enforceability of conditions
contained in the covenants and covenants are only
enforceable through civil legal action. The document
Mr. Johnson has today will not have an enforceable

action unless such a condition was imposed by the
BOCC and his recommendation would not be to add
that condition due to the vagueness of the language
Mr. Johnson presented. Mr. Voss did state that trash
blowing about, etc. is enforceable otherwise through
the land use regulations. Commissioner Ash inquired
about the storage and whether or not it is indoor or
outdoor. Mrs. Kloth responded there could be no
uncontained materials outdoors to cause something
that could be considered a nuisance under the land
use regulations. Hearing no further public comment,
the Chairman closed the PUBLIC HEARING.
Commissioner Thompson moved to approve the Board
Approval with no conditions. Commissioner Heath
seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.
Documentation is filed in central files with the County Clerk.

19 Darren Rudloff of Visit Cheyenne, Amy Surdam of the
Downtown Development Authority and Anja Bendel of
Cheyenne LEADS presented the 2016 Downtown
Cheyenne Core Plan. The other economic
development agency involved in the plan is the
Cheyenne Area Chamber of Commerce. The area to
be covered goes between 15th and 17th Streets to the
north and south and Pioneer to Central Avenue to the
east and west. The intent is for the four entities to
assist in funding the plans, rather than putting the
entire financial burden on the City of Cheyenne.
There are four categories: Light it Up; Clean it Up;
(starting with alleys by removing the above ground
utilities and burying them at a cost of approximately 1
million per alley which may need to be funded as a
6th penny project) then deal with the abandoned
buildings through Cheyenne ordinances; Build it Up
which would include some new activity areas in the
downtown area such as a spray park in the Depot Plaza
and temporary ice skating rink during the holiday
period; Support It by getting buy in from current
business owners and those interested in locating in the
downtown area. This is primarily for information but
they would like the support of the BOCC.
Commissioner Heath asked about the vision for
operating the ice rink. Amy Surdam said they would
contract with a company for a synthetic rink and 100
pairs of skates. Commissioner Heath indicated this
may be a direct competition with the Ice and Event
Center. Commissioners Kailey, Ash, Holmes and
Thompson all expressed appreciation of the four
organizations coming together.

CERTIFICATION

I, Debra K Lathrop, Clerk of Laramie County, do hereby certify the above to be a true and correct
copy of the Minutes of the Proceedings for Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Approved by : Debra K. Lathrop
County Clerk

Reviewed by : K.N. Buck Holmes, Chairman
Board of County Commissioners



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