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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 18, 2014

00 The Laramie County Commissioners met in regular
session Tuesday, March 18, 2014 at 3:30 p.m. Those
in attendance were Commissioner Troy Thompson,
Vice-Chairman; Commissioner, K.N. Buck Holmes;
Commissioner Amber Ash; Commissioner Moses
Hasenauer; County Attorney Mark Voss; County Clerk,
Debbye Lathrop; Deputy County Clerk Rhonda Bush.
Chairman Diane Humphrey was excused.

Those signing the register were Linda Heath; Bridget
Wilson, Laramie County Fair; John Shepard, Laramie
County Planning; Don Beard, Laramie County Public
Works; Keith P. Tast, Laramie County Shooting Sports
Complex; Dan Cooley, Laramie County Planning &
Development; Jeff Ketcham, Laramie County Fair;
Sandra Newland, Laramie County Grants; Bob
Meastas, Cheyenne Light Fuel & Power; Mike Olson,
Laramie County Fair; Chris Wegner, Building &
Maintenance; Casey Palma, Steil Surveying; Valerie
Miller, Laramie County Commissioner's Office; Lucas
High, Wyoming Tribune Eagle; Lee Filer, State
Representative HD12; Les Mead; Lynn Sammis;
Tansey Sussex, Extension; Misty Balls, Extension;
Boyd Wiggam, Wyoming Liberty; Glen Crumpton,
LCCC; Michelle & Ben Bush; Brad Emmons, AVI.

01 Commissioner Ash moved to approve the Minutes of
Proceedings for March 4, 2014. Commissioner
Hasenauer seconded the motion, which passed
unanimously.

02 Commissioner Hasenauer moved to approve an
agreement between Laramie County and Christopher
G. Humphrey in the amount of $90.00 to provide legal
services for indigent parents. Commissioner Ash
seconded the motion, which passed unanimously. The
agreement is filed in central files with the County
Clerk.

03 Commissioner Hasenauer moved to approve a Lease
Agreement between Laramie County and Dr. Lucase
Wang in the amount of $1,300 a year to lease a
portion of the Building located at 100 Central Avenue
to provide medical examinations and assessments for
clients for Wyoming Workforce Services. Commissioner
Ash seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.
The agreement is filed in central files with the County
Clerk.

04 Commissioner Hasenauer moved to approve a contract
between Laramie County and Grabar Voice & Data,
Inc. in the amount of $5,180 for annual maintenance
of the recording system at the Combined
Communications Center. Commissioner Ash seconded
the motion, which passed unanimously. The contract
is filed in central files with the County Clerk.

05 Commissioner Hasenauer moved to approve an
agreement between Laramie County and Kaiser
Flooring in the amount of $28,314 for the removal of
old carpet and installation of new carpet in the Clerk of
District Court Office. Commissioner Ash seconded the
motion, which passed unanimously. The agreement is
filed in central files with the County Clerk.

06 Commissioner Hasenauer moved to approve an
agreement between Laramie County and Quality
Electric to provide electrical work for all county
buildings on an estimate per project basis.
Commissioner Ash seconded the motion, which passed
unanimously. The agreement is filed in central files
with the County Clerk.

07 Commissioner Hasenauer moved to approve an
agreement between Laramie County and Construction
Specialist Inc. in the amount of $29,900 to remodel a

new work area for the Clerk of District Court Child
Support area. Commissioner Ash seconded the
motion, which passed unanimously. The agreement is
filed in central files with the County Clerk.

08 Mike Olson, Laramie County Fair Board Treasurer,
presented a budget amendment to the FY2014 budget
to appropriate revenue and expenditures in the
amount of $6250 to fund a Heifer Jackpot Show and
revenue and expenditures in the amount of $1000 to
fund a Young Hog and Lamb Jackpot Show. The Vice
Chairman opened the meeting as a PUBLIC
HEARING. Hearing no public comment, the Vice
Chairman closed the PUBLIC HEARING.
Commissioner Holmes moved to approve the budget
amendments as presented. Commissioner Ash
seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.
Documentation is filed in central files with the County
Clerk.

09 Commissioner Ash moved to accept a Road Petition to
establish as county roads by landowner consent the
following in the Niobrara Energy Park: Energy Drive,
Hinkley Drive and East Allison Road. Commissioner
Hasenauer seconded the motion, which passed
unanimously. Documentation is filed in central files
with the County Clerk.

10 Following a statement by Grants Manager Sandra
Newland, Chairman Thompson opened the meeting as
a PUBLIC HEARING regarding potential projects
under the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families,
Community Partnership Initiative (TANF/CPI) for
Program Year 2015 to run October 1, 2014 through
September 30, 2015. Hearing no public comment, the
Chairman closed the PUBLIC HEARING.

11 Commissioner Hasenauer moved to approve a Lease
Agreement between Laramie County and ProShop
Radio Broadcasting, L.L.C., in the amount of $350.00
per month for the broadcasting tower located in Clear
Creek Park. Commissioner Ash seconded the motion,
which passed unanimously. The agreement is filed in
central files with the County Clerk.

12 County Clerk Debbye Lathrop presented a Seasonal
Fireworks Permit Application submitted by Jim Landis
d/b/a USA Fireworks located at 102 West College
Drive. Vice Chairman Thompson opened the meeting
as a PUBLIC HEARING. Hearing no public comment,
the Vice Chairman closed the PUBLIC HEARING.
Commissioner Holmes moved to approve the Seasonal
Fireworks Permit for USA Fireworks. Commissioner Ash
seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.
Documentation is filed in central files with the County
Clerk.

13 Brad Emmons, AVI Engineering, agent for the
applicant, presented a Board Approval for Lot Line
Vacation, vacating the lot line between Lots 1A and
1B, Block 1, Swan Ranch Rail Park, 1st Filing, Laramie
County, WY. Senior Planner John Shepard gave the
staff report and recommended approval with the
following condition: 1) a deed with the new legal
description shall be filed with the Laramie County
Clerk's Office, including a reference to the book and
page on which this resolution is recorded. Vice
Chairman Thompson opened the meeting as a
PUBLIC HEARING. Hearing no comment, the Vice
Chairman closed the PUBLIC HEARING.
Commissioner Ash moved to approve the Board
Approval for Lot Line Vacation with condition #1 and
adopt findings and facts a and b. Commissioner
Hasenauer seconded the motion, which passed

14 Casey Palma, Steil Surveying Services, agent for the
applicant, presented a Board Approval for the
construction of an electrical substation dedicated to
Microsoft by Cheyenne Light, Fuel and Power, located
at Lot 1, Block 1, North Range Business Park 5th Filing,
Laramie County, WY. Senior Planner John Shepard
gave the staff report and recommended approval with
no conditions. Vice Chairman Thompson opened the
meeting as a PUBLIC HEARING. Hearing no public

comment, the Vice Chairman closed the PUBLIC
HEARING. Commissioner Ash moved to approve the
Board Approval and adopt facts and findings a and b.
Commissioner Holmes seconded the motion, which
passed unanimously. The Board Approval is recorded
in the Recording Department.

15 Commissioner Holmes read into the record a resolution
proclaiming April 2014 the month of the Military Child
and moved to approve. Commissioner Ash seconded
the motion, which passed unanimously. The
resolution is filed in central files with the County Clerk.

The meeting adjourned at 4:04 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 18, 2014

Approved by : Debra K. Lathrop
County Clerk

Reviewed by : Diane Humphrey, Chairman
Board of County Commissioners


Tuesday, March 11, 2014

00 The Laramie County Commissioners met in regular
session Tuesday, March 11, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. Those
in attendance were Commissioner Diane Humphrey,
Chairman; Commissioner Troy Thompson, Vice-
Chairman; Commissioner K.N. Buck Holmes;
Commissioner Amber Ash; Commissioner Moses
Hasenauer; County Attorney Mark Voss and County
Clerk Debbye Lathrop.

Those signing the register were Earl Leigham; Les
Mead; Lynn Sammis; Linda Heath; Greta Morrow;
Allen Morrow; Tom Mason, MPO; J. Meyer; John
Shepard, Laramie County Planning & Development;
Richard & Betty Scranton; Bob McCue; Mark Shubert;
John Carey; Raymond Black Jr.; Ray Black; Jeremiah
Sandburg; Taylor Haynes; Eric Miller, SCCDA; Bob
Brenner; John Misplay; Matt Aitken; Dan Cooley,
Laramie County Planning; Carol Matteson Pascal; N.
Arkansas Le Marr, Arc of Laramie County; Bill
Lindstrom, Arts Cheyenne; Susan Lone; Larry Lone;
Jennifer Shimko; Stacy Lynne; Rick Kaysen, City of
Cheyenne; J. Fred Volk; Nancy Wilson; Laura Jeffrey,
SCCDA; Lisa Ammons; David Stephens; Bonnie
Reider, SCCDA; Lorraine Grigsby; Glen Chavez; Sid
Strand; Kim Strand; Terry Williams; Karyn Knutson;
Russell Knutson; Albert Simpson; Joe Dougherty;
Cheyenne Transit; Jim Nicodemus; Lorene Johnson;
Lyle Johnson; Darlene Gillespie; David Gillespie; Jeff
Wiggins; John Volk; Boyd Wiggam, Wyoming Liberty;
Wendy Volk, #1 Properties; Tim Thorson; Jody Clark,
Planning Commission; Clark Shaw; Mark Madsen; Matt
Ashby, City Planning; Celeste Simmons; Barry Meyer;
Lindi Kirkbride; Mark Rinne; K.M. Ogle; Kate Wright.

01 Commissioner Thompson moved to approve a Malt
Beverage Permit for The ARC of Laramie County for a
benefit poker tournament to be held March 14, 2014 at
the Laramie County Fairgrounds, 3963 Archer
Parkway. Commissioner Holmes seconded the motion,
which passed unanimously.

02 Chairman Diane Humphrey asked County Attorney
Mark Voss to address the questions of whether or not
Plan Cheyenne could be placed before the voters and
whether or not the plan is constitutional. Mr. Voss
explained there is no mechanism in state law to put
the plan before the voters and that the plan is
constitutional based on three legal cases on
comprehensive plans and the process and in each
case, the process has been found to be constitutional.
The plans are merely guidance documents which are
required by state law before zoning regulations may be
adopted. MPO Director Tom Mason introduced
Darcie White with Clarion who provided a brief
introduction to Plan Cheyenne through a slide
presentation. Tom Mason addressed one of the main
topics from the public concerning bicycles and stated
that the Greenway Plan was adopted in 2012 to
incorporate bicycle use in the community and the
recommendations of that plan were incorporated into
Plan Cheyenne.

Commissioner Ash read into the record a list of
amendments to the plan. The plan and the
recommended amendments were projected on the
screen for the benefit of the public in attendance.
County Clerk Debbye Lathrop read into the record a list
of amendments proposed by the South Cheyenne
Community Development Association.

Chairman Humphrey opened the meeting as a PUBLIC
HEARING: Those speaking against the plan in
general included: Taylor Haynes, 70601 Hawthorne
Drive; John Carey PO Box 21267; Tim Bieligk 2512
Carey Avenue; Stacy Lynne, Larimer County, CO;
Laura Jeffrey, 1903 S. Greeley Highway; Frank Cole,

2220 Dell Range; Bonnie Reider, 515 W. Allison; Les
Meade, 1903 S. Greeley Highway; Glen Chavez, 4000
Snyder; Celeste Simmons, 3118 Dillon Avenue; Larry
Lone, 1704 S. 1st Avenue; Judy Meyer, 912 Worth;
Boyd Wiggam, Wyoming Liberty Group; and Albert
Simpson, 300 Gardenia Drive. Most did speak in
support of the proposed amendments. Those speaking
in favor of the plan and the amendments included:
Lisa Ammons, 1900 E. 18th Street; John Volk, 6670
Red Cloud Trail; Tim Thorson, 2915 Carey Avenue.
Carol Matteson Pascal, 1722 Morrie Avenue; Kathy
Muller Ogle, 708 Iron Mountain Road; Jim Nicodemus,
3609 Pierce Avenue; Earl Leigham, 913 W. 27th;
Dave Stephens, 2901 Spruce Drive; Joe Dougherty,
Cheyenne City Transit; Lorraine Grigsby, 8113 Hynds
Boulevard; Cheryl Burd, 316 E. Nation Road; Lindi
Kirkbride, 3205 Road 309; Barbara Kloth, 1238 Taft.

In response to concerns about negative impacts of
some of the proposed amendments voiced by Tom
Mason, Commissioner Thompson stated that whatever
is adopted tonight does not change the city's
regulations, WYDOT regulations or the county's road
standards. Mr. Mason went on to state that the two
conditions proposed by Commissioner Ash were not
necessary as the map has been modified to include
the Sweetgrass PUD the language in the plan was
broad enough in the categories that no change was
necessary on the map. Darcie White, Clarion,
responded to concerns about density voiced by
Commissioner Holmes. Mr. Mason also addressed the
claim in amendment #15 from the SCCDA which states
the transportation model is not scientifically valid.

The Chairman closed the PUBLIC HEARING.
Commissioner Holmes read into the record a resolution
adopting Plan Cheyenne and moved to approve.
Commissioner Hasenauer seconded the motion.
Commissioner Ash moved to adopt the amendments
read into the record prior to the PUBLIC HEARING with
the exception of amendments #24, #30 (Safe Routes
to School) in the Transportation Plan and conditions
#1 and #2. Commissioner Holmes seconded the
motion, which passed unanimously. Commissioner
Ash moved to adopt amendment #24 deleting all of
the content on page 49 of the Transportation Plan.
Commissioner Thompson seconded the motion, which
passed unanimously. Commissioner Ash moved to
approve condition #1 "Approval of this plan is
conditioned on inclusion of the Sweetgrass PUD as on
file with the Laramie County Clerk and deletion of the
Urban Transition Residential and the Natural/Cultural
Resource Area designations from the referenced area.
Commissioner Holmes seconded the motion. In
response to a question from Commissioner Thompson,
Mr. Mason stated that condition #1 has been satisfied
and that further, the PUD that is on record supersedes
the language in Plan Cheyenne. Mr. John Shepard
stated the PUD master plan over-rides this guiding
document. The motion passed unanimously.
Commissioner Ash moved to approve condition #2
"Approval of this plan is conditioned on the
development of an alternative Future Land Use Map
that reflects the land area necessary to accommodate
the housing density preferences that have been
historically preferred in the Cheyenne marketplace;
specifically, utilize 2006 City and County Potential
Development dwelling units per acre in place of
dwelling units per acre identified on page 25."
Commissioner Holmes seconded the motion.
Commissioner Thompson asked Mr. Mason to address
the density issues and Darcie White stated the density
requirements are purposely broad and the assumption
in the plan is that there is flexibility to accommodate a
variety of densities. Motion failed on a vote of four
against and one in favor with Commissioner Hasenauer
casting the dissenting vote. Commissioner Hasenauer
moved to adopt the amendments presented by the
South Cheyenne Community Development Association
with the exception of numbers 1, 6, 8 and 16.
Commissioner Hasenauer then withdrew his motion
and moved to approve amendment #2 proposed by
the SCCDA. The motion died for lack of a second.
Commissioner Hasenauer moved to approve

amendment #3 proposed by the SCCDA. The motion
died for lack of a second. Commissioner Hasenauer
moved to approve amendment #4 as proposed by the
SCCDA. The motion died for a lack of a second.
Commissioner Hasenauer moved to approve
amendment #5 as proposed by the SCCDA.
Commissioner Thompson seconded the motion.
Commissioner Thompson asked Mr. Mason to give an
opinion of the impact. Again, Darcie White
responded, saying it is a guidance suggestion and
there are a variety of ways that could be considered.
Motion carried by a vote of three in favor and two
opposed, with Commissioners Ash and Humphrey
casting the dissenting votes. Commissioner Hasenauer
moved to approve amendment #7 as proposed by the
SCCDA. The motion died for lack of a second.
Commissioner Hasenauer moved to approve
amendment #9 as proposed by the SCCDA.
Commissioner Ash seconded the motion.
Commissioner Hasenauer withdrew his motion.
Commissioner Thompson moved to amend policy
2.4.A by striking everything after "future land use plan."
Commissioner Hasenauer seconded the motion,
which passed unanimously. Commissioner Hasenauer
moved to approve amendment #10 as proposed by the
SCCDA. The motion died for lack of second.
Commissioner Hasenauer moved to approve
amendment #11 as proposed by the SCCDA. The
motion died for lack of a second. Commissioner
Hasenauer moved to approve amendment #12 as
proposed by the SCCDA. The motion died for lack of a
second. Commissioner Hasenauer moved to approve
amendment #13 as proposed by the SCCDA. The
motion died for lack of a second. Commissioner
Hasenauer moved to approve amendment #14 as
proposed by the SCCDA. The motion died for lack of a
second. Commissioner Hasenauer moved to approve
amendment #15 as proposed by the SCCDA. The
motion died for lack of a second. Commissioner
Hasenauer moved to approve amendment #17 as
proposed by the SCCDA. The motion died for lack of
a second. The main motion to approved the
resolution adopting Plan Cheyenne passed by a vote
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 11, 2014

Approved by : Debra K. Lathrop
County Clerk

Reviewed by : Diane Humphrey, Chairman
Board of County Commissioners



Tuesday, March 04, 2014

00 The Laramie County Commissioners met in regular
session Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at 3:30 p.m. Those in
attendance were Commissioner Diane Humphrey,
Chairman; Commissioner Troy Thompson, Vice-
Chairman; Commissioner Amber Ash, Commissioner;
Moses Hasenauer, Commissioner; Mark Voss, County
Attorney; County Clerk Debbye Lathrop and Deputy
County Clerk Rhonda Bush.

Those signing the register were Leslie Shelton;
Kaytlynn Shelton; Dawna Macera; Brenda Nickol;
Linda Heath; John Shepard, Laramie County
Planning; Tim Wilson, City of Cheyenne Board of
Public Utilities; Gary M. Hickman, Cheyenne Laramie
County Health Department/Environmental Health; Fran
Cadez, CRMC; Jason Shenefelt, CRMC; Paula Ross;
Don Beard, Laramie County Public Works; Sandra
Newland, Laramie County Grants; Cheri Duncan; Scott
French, Little America; Daniel Ramirez, Little America;
Angi Moffett, LCFD #2: Brad Alexander, I.T.; Steve
Shelton; Lucas High, Wyoming Tribune Eagle; Jason
Caughey, LCFD #2; Manny Muzquiz, LCFD #2;
Rhonda Sutherland; Lisa Pafford, Development; Mark
Butler, Inberg-Miller; Brandon Jenson, Budd-Falen;
Boyd Wiggam, Wyoming Liberty Group; Lisa Runkel.

01 Commissioner Hasenauer moved to approve the
Minutes of Proceedings for February 18, 2014.
Commissioner Ash seconded the motion, which passed
unanimously.

02 Commissioner Hasenauer moved to approve warrants
in the amount of $1,026,327.46 for February 2014.
Commissioner Ash seconded the motion, which passed
unanimously. Documentation is filed in central files
with the County Clerk.

03 Commissioner Hasenauer moved to approve the
following fees collected by various County entities for
January 2014: Clerk of District Court, $15,800.35;
Planning & Development, $25,568.89; Sheriff's
Department, $192,134.24; Circuit Court, $76,460.00;
Drug Court, $220.00; DUI Court, $225.00; County
Clerk, $114,614.39; Shooting Sports Complex,
$21,228.18. Commissioner Ash seconded the motion,
which passed unanimously. Documentation is filed in
central files with the County Clerk.

04 Commissioner Hasenauer moved to approve a
resolution authorizing Chairman Diane Humphrey to
sign closing documents associated with the Magpul
project at the temporary facility and build to suit
facility. Commissioner Ash seconded the motion,
which passed unanimously. The resolution is filed in
central files with the County Clerk.

05 Commissioner Hasenauer moved to approve the
submission of a grant application for the Laramie
County Sheriff's Victim Witness Program to the
Wyoming Office of the Attorney General Division of
Victim Services for SFY 2015 and 2016 in an amount
not to exceed $140,178. Commissioner Ash seconded
the motion, which passed unanimously.
Documentation is filed in central files with the County Clerk.

06 Commissioner Hasenauer moved to approve the
publication of Laramie County employee names and
positions pursuant to W.S. 18-3-516(ii). Commissioner
Ash seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.

07 Commissioner Hasenauer moved to following part-time
salaries in the amount of $33,891.86 for February
2014: Planning, $720.00; Shooting Sports Center,
$3,477.39; Buildings & Grounds, $12,486.32; Sheriff
Operations, $850.00; Detention Operations,

$7,988.15; District Court, $2,250.00; Coroner,
$5,200.00; Drug Court, $920.00. Commissioner Ash
seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.

08 Commissioner Hasenauer moved to approve an
agreement between Laramie County and Pine Bluffs
EMS for the purchase of eight Minitor VI Pagers in the
amount of $3,744 using Homeland Security Grant
Funding. Commiissioner Ash seconded the motion,
which passed unanimously. The agreement is filed in
central files with the County Clerk.

09 Commissioner Hasenauer moved to approve a Master
Group contract for FY2014 between Laramie County
and WINhealth governing the provision of health care
services through WINhealth Partners. Commissioner
Ash seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.

10 Brandon Jensen, Budd-Falen Law Offices, presented a
petition to establish a public road (commencing at
Whitney Road and running eastward along the
northern boundary of Tract 10, Lincoln Valley Tracts, a
subdivision of Section 36, T.14N., Range 66 West of
the 6th P.M., Laramie County). Mr. Jensen stated the
matter is in district court, however, his opinion is that if
the property involved had gone through the proper
subdivision process, the access on Whitney Road would
not be at issue. Even though this was not a required
PUBLIC HEARING, Chairman Humphrey took public
comment. Leslie Shelton, applicant, stated they have
been using the easement for approximately 12 years
and submitted a packet of evidence for the Board.
Commissioner Thompson moved to accept the petition
and appoint Don Beard as viewer. Commissioner Ash
seconded the motion, which passed by a vote of three
in favor and one opposed with Commissioner
Hasenauer casting the opposing vote. Documentation
is filed in central files with the County Clerk.

11 Commissioner Ash moved to approve a resolution
supporting a fee in the amount of $100 for Special
Event Body Art Licenses and $35.00 for limited Guest
Body Artist Permits. Commissioner Thompson
seconded the motion, which passed unanimously. The
resolution is filed in central files with the County Clerk.

12 Commissioner Ash moved to approve a resolution
amending the budget amount for existing professional
services agreements regarding the availability and
development of Water Resources held by the United
States Bureau of Reclamation at Flaming Gorge
Reservoir in the amount of $5,000, with payment and
execution of the agreement contingent upon receipt of
the hydrolic modeling program. (funding from the
Aquifer Management Program) Commissioner
Thompson seconded the motion, which passed by a
vote of three in favor and one opposed, with
Commissioner Hasenauer casting the dissenting vote.
The resolution is filed in central files with the County
Clerk.

13 Commissioner Thompson moved to approve a
resolution approving a joint venture between WGG
Operation, LLC and CRMC Health Services Corp, of
which Memorial Hospital of Laramie County is a
member, to provide fitness, wellness and rehabilitation
services. Commissioner Ash seconded the motion,
which passed unanimously. The resolution is filed in
central files with the County Clerk.

14 Commissioner Thompson moved to approve a
resolution of support for the South Cheyenne Water
and Sewer District to submit a grant application to the
State Loan and Investment Board (SLIB) in the
amount of $345,500 with a 50 percent match from the
District for a Sanitary Sewer Parallel Main Extension
Project. Commissioner Hasenauer seconded the
motion, which passed unanimously. The resolution is
filed in central files with the County Clerk.

15 Commissioner Thompson moved to postpone until
March 11, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. consideration of the
adoption of Plan Cheyenne. Commissioner Ash

seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.

16 Commissioner Thompson moved to approve an
agreement between Laramie County and K&G Video
Productions for video production and consulting
services in the amount of $150 base fee plus $50 per
hour beginning March 1, 2014. Commissioner Ash
seconded the motion, which passed by a vote of three
in favor and one opposed with Commissioner
Hasenauer casting the dissenting vote. The
agreement is filed in central files with the County

17 Commissioner Thompson moved to approve the Liquor
License Fees for July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015.
Commissioner Ash seconded the motion, which
passed on a vote of three in favor and one opposed,
with Commissioner Hasenauer casting the dissenting
vote. Documentation is filed in central files with the
County Clerk.

18 Applicant, Leslie Shelton, presented a request for a
Board Approval for Little Critters Petting Zoo located at
Lincoln Valley Tracts: E1/2 of Tract 9, Laramie
County, Wyoming. (2615 Whitney) Events such as
birthday parties and various fundraisers would be
conducted on the property. John Shepard presented
the staff report and stated a site plan approval would
be required prior to hosting events for the public.
Mr.Shepard recommended approval with the following
conditions: 1) that a Site Plan application shall be
submitted to the County Planning & Development
Office for review and approval prior to hosting on-site
events; 2) the applicant shall conform with the
requirements by Environmental Health regarding
septic systems prior to approval of a Site Plan; 3) legal
access for the property shall be verified and staked out
by a licensed Wyoming surveyor. Chairman
Humphrey opened the meeting as a PUBLIC
HEARING. Gary Hickman, Director of Environmental
Health, inquired of the applicant if they were planning
on providing drinking water to attendees. The
applicant responded that they were not. Hearing no
further comment, the Chairman closed the PUBLIC
HEARING. Commissioner Thompson asked how
condition #3 relates to the public road petition.
County Attorney Voss responded that the public road
would have to be in place prior to granting the board
approval since it was a condition recommended by the
Planning Department. Commissioner Ash moved to
postpone until access is determined either by
establishment of a public or private road or approval
from an adjacent landowner to provide evidence of
alternative access and if that is within one year, the
existing application fee will be applied to the future
request. Commissioner Thompson seconded the
motion, which passed unanimously.

19 Mark Rutherberg, Inberg-Miller Engineering, presented
a request for Board Approval for the Roundtop Road
Cell Tower located 950 feet South of Happy Jack
Road, in Section 3, T.13N., R.67W., of the 6th P.M.,
Laramie County, Wyoming. John Shepard presented
the staff report and recommended approval with the
following condition: 1) that the site plan be revised so
that unmanned eqauipment structures meet
requirements for gross floor area. Chairman Humphrey
opened the meeting as a PUBLIC HEARING. The
following area residents spoke against the Board
Approval: Sherrie Duncan, 2100 Roundtop Road;
Rhonda Sutherland, 1706 Treadway Trail; Ronald
Bowser; and Paula Ross, 1711 Roundtop Road. Scott
French, General Manager of Little America, stated that
the engineers of Verizon and AT&T selected the
location and since Little America is not interested in
leasing multiple locations to multiple providers this
single tower can accommodate up to six providers.
Hearing no further comment, the Chairman closed the
PUBLIC HEARING. Commissioner Ash moved to
approve the request for the Roundtop Road Cell Tower
with condition #1 and adopt findings of fact a and b.
Commissioner Thompson seconded the motion, which
passed by a vote of three in favor and one opposed,
with Commissioner Hasenauer casting the opposing
vote. Board Approval is recorded in the Recording Department.

20 John Shepard presented a request for a Zone Change
for the Archer Complex Planned Unit Development
(amendment 1) requesting a new section entitled
"Infrastructure, Public Improvement and Maintenance."
Mr. Shepard presented the staff report and
recommended approval with no conditions. Chairman
Humphrey opened the meeting as a PUBLIC
HEARING. Hearing no comment, the Chairman closed
the PUBLIC HEARING. Commissioner Ash moved to
approve the request for Zone Change with no
conditions and adopt findings of fact a and b.
Commissioner Hasenauer seconded the motion, which
passed unanimously.

The meeting adjourned at 5:46 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 04, 2014

 

Approved by : Debra K. Lathrop County Clerk

 

Reviewed by : Diane Humphrey, Chairman, Board of County Commissioners


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