Classifieds: December 23, 2010 edition

ANNOUNCEMENTS

ATV, Boat and Snowmobile Owners! You can now renew your Colorado OHV registrations on line at: www.parks.state.co.us
The Rio Blanco Herald Times accepts all major credit cards. You can fax your classified ad or subscription to (970)878-4016 or e-mail to: deb@theheraldtimes.com
RIO BLANCO Masonic Lodge #80 meets 2nd and 4th Thursday, 7:00pm, at 7th and Park, Meeker.
Driver License Office hours: Meeker open 1st, 3rd & 5th Fridays of the month, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Rangely open 2nd & 4th Friday of the month, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Craig open full-time Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
SAFEHOUSE – If you are being abused physically or mentally, you can call SAFEHOUSE for confidential shelter and help. 878-3131.
Rangely Victim Services – An open door for the protection and care of abused and battered persons. Non-emergency call 629-5729. Emergencies call 911. Providing assistance for victims of violent crimes.
AA & Al-Anon Meetings – Rangely Alcoholics Anonymous – Open meetings Tues. & Thurs., 7 p.m., 115 Kennedy Dr., St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, Rangely. Al-Anon meets Monday, 8:15 p.m., 207 S. Sunset, 1st Baptist Church, Rangely. Al-Anon info, call 970-629-5064 or 970-629-2970.
Meeker Cat Coalition accepting cat food or monetary donations for spay/neuter and health care. Donations may be left at the Vet Clinic in Meeker or call 878-3560 or 878-4429 for more information.
Rangely Rockcrawling & 4 Wheel Drive group in Rangely meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month at the Rio Blanco Water Users Building on Hwy. 64 at 7 p.m.
VFW Post 5843 and Ladies Auxiliary monthly meetings are now held at Kilowatt Korner in Meeker: VFW Post 5843 – 6:30 p.m. 2nd Monday. Ladies Auxiliary -5:30 p.m., 2nd Thursday.
MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) meeting, open to anyone with a child 0-5 years, Grace Baptist Church, Rangely, first Thursday of every month, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Info. (970)675-8807.
P90X, Insanity, TurboJam – the results are real. Buy programs and products and get personal help getting fit from your LOCAL Independent Beachbody Coaches: Pat, www.fit444.com or call 970-948-7617. Caitlin, www.beachbodycoach.com/purerose313 or call 970-629-1178.
MEEKER LIONS CLUB BINGO – 1st & 3rd Wednesdays, Dinner 6 p.m. – BINGO 6:30 p.m., RBC Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall, Progressive Bingo, Concessions & Dinner Available. Meeker Streaker available for transportation to Bingo, call 942-7125.
Veterans Service Offices Rio Blanco County: Veterans Service Officer – Joe Dungan, Wednesday, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., County Administration Building, 200 Main Street Suite 300, Meeker. 878-9690 office, 878-3219 home. Fax 878-9581. Rangely: Veterans Service Officer – Norman Hall, Sr., Tuesday and Thursday, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., County Annex, 17497 State Hwy 64, Rangely. 878-9695 office, 629-9767 home.
MENTAL ILLNESS SUPPORT GROUP – Support group for family members and friends of adult mental health clients and persons dealing with mental illness meets at 7 p.m. the last Tuesday of every month at 130 Pinyon Circle in Rangely. Info., contact Linda (970)629-9470.
RADINO & CHUCKWAGON – Please call before 9:00 a.m. day of meal 878-5627 or 675-8112 Senior Citizen Nutrition Program Meals served at noon. 1st & 3rd Tuesdays meals 5:30 p.m. Suggested Donation Over 60- $2.50. Under 60 – Guest Fee $7. Children under 12 – Guest Fee $3.00. Menu subject to change. FRIDAY, DEC. 24: Christmas Eve – site closed. MONDAY, DEC. 27: Spaghetti & meatballs, green beans, tossed salad, pears, Italian bread. TUESDAY, DEC. 28: Chicken fricassee, mashed potatoes, carrots, Ambrosia deluxe. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 29: Happy birthday! Swiss steak with tomato gravy, au gratin potatoes, 3-bean salad, peaches, birthday cake. FRIDAY, DEC. 31: New Year’s Eve – site closed.
Alcoholics Anonymous – Mon. 8 p.m., Weds. 7 p.m., Fri. 7 p.m., St. James Church – enter from back parking lot, meetings are downstairs in Richards Hall, 4th & Park, Meeker 878-4158, 878-4888, 878-5919, 878-5636. Alanon Thurs. 8 p.m. 878-4158.
PISTOL RIVER LEATHER Remember the Reason for the season! Merry Christmas to all. “It could probably be shown by facts and figures that there is no distinctly American criminal class except Congress .” ~ Mark Twain. 785 Park Avenue, 878-4346 www.pistolriverleather.com
I will not be working Jan. 11-15. Sue Due, A Cut Above.

FARM & RANCH

Excellent quality hay, small 75-lb. bales, $3-5/bale. 675-8759.

FIREWOOD & STOVES

NEW! COAL STOKERS For Western coal – Boiler or Forced Air Excellent Results. EB4 Electric Boilers Available 307-733-6300 or 888-733-6351 www.rockymountainhydronics.com

GUNS

Pistols: Hi-point 9 mm compensated, laser, 5 mags, warranty, $300 OBO. S&W .22A. 5.5″ barrel, hi-viz sight, 3 mags, case, $225. (970)620-3690.
GUNS for sale: 1903 (built ’09, #365xxx) Springfield rifle. M1 Carbine (Inland). 878-3228.

MISCELLANEOUS

ASK ABOUT OUR CNC MACHINING – Can’t get a metal part? We can make all kinds of parts. We have CNC Machine equipment, lathe and tooling to do the job. Contact Phil at Family Automotive and Machine. (970)878-5606.

PETS

Border Collie puppies, handsomely marked, chocolate/red tri’s and chocolate/tri merles, parents registered, ready 12/28, choose yours for Christmas, $300. (970)379-4643.
STUMPED FOR A CHRISTMAS GIFT? How about a gift certificate for pet grooming? Call Arlene 878-5655.

PHOTOGRAPHY

Ellen Robinson Photography – Complete High School Senior Portrait Package $200. Weddings, Families, Special Occasions. Invitations & photos on CD available Web site: www.erphoto8.com. Call 878-3621 for appointment.

WANTED

Attention hunters & trappers. Buying all raw fur. All stages of put up. Traveling through monthly. Call Ryan Custis (307) 630-7144.

YARD SALES

Contents of Storage Unit #16 at White River Storage at 219 E. Market St., Meeker, Colorado will be sold due to non-payment January 6, 2011, if not paid in full.

HELP WANTED – FULL TIME

County Planner: Rio Blanco County is currently seeking qualified applicants to work in the County Planning Department. Required: BS in Planning, rural planning preferred. Preferred skills include: GIS/mapping, public speaking, and writing and interpretation of rules and regulations. Successful applicant must have excellent computer skills, work ethic, and proven skills working with the public. Must be able to work independently, work in remote locations, and attend day and evening meetings and out of town trainings. Position is full-time with benefits, salary range $35,000-$55,000 DOQ. To apply submit a completed Rio Blanco County Application and resume to the HR Dept at P.O. Box I, Meeker, CO 81641, (970) 878-9570, no later than December 31, 2010. Applications can be obtained from the HR Dept or from our website at www.co.rio-blanco.co.us/personnel. EOE. Announcement #1016.

HELP WANTED – GENERAL

Snow Plowing and Removal Needed The Meeker Sanitation District is asking for bids for snow plowing and snow removal at the Wastewater Treatment Plant at 1150 Market Street and at the Sludge Disposal Site on County Road 7. For further information please call the Plant at 878-5345, or stop by the Plant at 1150 Market Street.
Experienced technician/mechanic needed at Northwest Auto Sales in Meeker. Good pay and benefits. Apply in person at 485 Market Street.

HELP WANTED – PART TIME

Rangely Regional Library is seeking a part-time custodian 2-4 hours per week. Starting pay is $10 per hour. The schedule is flexible. Applications are available at Rangely Regional Library, 109 East Main Street, Rangely, Colorado. Please contact Amorette Hawkins at (970)675-8811 with any inquiries. Rangely Regional Library District is an equal opportunity employer.

REAL ESTATE – HOMES MEEKER

1452 Mountain View Rd, Sage Hills: 3600 sq. ft., 4 BDR, 3 BA, office, great room, rec/theater room, work shop, 3 car garage. Virtual tours and more details at www.WesternSlopeFSBO.com and www.meekercolorado.com. Price lowered to $435,000. (970)243-7083.
444 Agency Dr. – Beautiful 3,400+ Sq. Ft., 4 BDR, 4 BA home on 5 acres. Custom tile countertops, hardwood floors, two pellet stoves, and a sun room with a hot tub are a few of the additional features of this home. Mature landscaping, established irrigation, and horse barn complete the package. Call for viewing appointment. (970)878-4010. See on-line at www.westernslopefsbo.com.

COMMERCIAL/INVESTMENT

Over 3000 s.f. commercial building, bathrooms and central kitchen area, meetings rooms, etc. Includes large parking area. No better Main Street location in Rangely – located at the only stoplight in town! Portion of building is currently rented, instant income! $224,500. Call for more information, (970)629-1626. Rio Blanco Realty, Inc.
Commercial Building For Sale. Re-zone it for Residential. 304 4th Street, Meeker. 4524 sq. ft. Newly remodeled 2006. Corner Lot. Great Location. Ask us for a Personal Tour. $457,000. Call For More Info Donna 970-878-0700.

RENTALS – MEEKER

House for Rent 3-5 Bedroom You Decide Hot Water Heat. Month to Month. No Pets and No Smokers. We pay for Sanitation, Water and Trash. Tenant pays for everything else. $900/month, $900 deposit. Very Clean. Must have Reference. Move in ready. 178 Main Street, Meeker Call (970)878-0700.
680 Water Street – 2 BDR, 1 BA, Rent & Lease Terms Negotiable. Storage Units also available for tenants. No Pets. (970) 878-5187.
2 BDR townhouse with covered deck, new carpet & laminate flooring, new paint, no smoking, all appliances including washer & dryer, no pets. Covered parking. References required. $650/month + $850 damage deposit. Available now. (970)379-3941 or (970)878-5486.
Holiday Special – 2 Months Free Rent! NEW LUXURY APARTMENTS 2 BDR, 2 BA fully furnished, A/C, in unit W/D, utilities included. Internet, TV & phone ready, NS/NP. $950/month with 1 year lease. Western Exposures Realty (970)878-5877.
The former BLM Building west of Meeker is for rent. The building consists of approximately 10,000 square feet of office space. Interested parties may contact the Meeker Re-1 School District Superintendent at 878-9040 for more information.
Taking applications for 3 BDR, 1.5 BA townhome, available in January 2011. All kitchen appliances, washer & dryer included. Plenty of parking, $850/month plus security deposit required. (970)756-8772.
3 BDR townhouse with covered deck, fully remodeled, no smoking, all appliances including washer & dryer, no pets. Covered parking. References required. $850/month + $850 damage deposit. Available now. (970)379-3941 or (970)878-5486.
2 BDR townhouse, covered patio, all appliances including washer & dryer, no smoking, no pets. References required. $600/month + $850 damage deposit. Available now. (970)379-3941 or (970)878-5486.
GREAT DEAL – Very clean 1 BDR, 1 BA apartment. All utilities plus trash included, $500/month. Require $500 1st, $500 last and $500 security deposit. For info., call (970)220-2150.
Single part-time mom has room for rent in cozy home near downtown. All amenities and utilities included. $600 per month. (970)629-8234, leave message. Text works best.
For rent: Furnished one-bedroom apartment. All utilities are included. Very clean and quiet. $600 per month and $500 deposit. 878-4754.
12TH STREET APARTMENTS 2 BDR, 1 BA, heat, hot water, cable included. Ask about move-in special. Call (970)261-1441 or (970)878-3739.
2 BDR apartment, $600/month. Call 878-3363.
Cute 2 BDR, 1 BA house for rent, nice neighborhood, 2-car garage, fenced yard. (970)878-5176.
Small, furnished 1 BDR apartment, $425/month + electric. 878-3338 or 878-3736.
Large, clean, 3 to 4 BDR, 1 BA home, large fenced yard, water & sewer paid, $650/month. (970)220-2150.
Rocky Mountain Storage & Rentals 5×10, 10×10 storage units available in town. 878-0085 or 878-3700.
Commercial Office Space in town square. Paid utilities with private parking. Call 878-4323.
Commercial office space available in Hugus Building, downtown Meeker. 878-4138.
2 BDR, 1.5 BA home, $750/month, $500 deposit. (970)390-2182.
2 BDR house for rent, 1.5 bath, $750/month + $500 deposit. 878-5597.
Storage Depot 10×25 unit. Ask about our winter special. 878-4808.
Commercial space available now, great Main St. location. 878-3433.
Storage units available. 878-5579.

RENTALS – RANGELY

3 BDR, 2 BA house for rent in Rangely, fenced yard. NS/NP. Available immediately. (435)828-6125.
SILVER SAGE RV PARK (970)675-2259 RV Spaces for rent. Manager: Heath GeBauer (970)675-2259 (970)846-4293 Fax: (970)675-5509.
Office suites available, discount on first month’s rent, please call (970)629-1626 for more information.

PICKUPS 4X4

2008 Toyota Tacoma, 4×4, automatic, $19,500. 675-2608.

SPORT UTILITIES

2001 GMC Yukon XL 2500. Black, leather, heated seats, CD/cassette, auto 4WD, seats 8. 211K. $6,950 OBO. Willing to trade for Toyota pickup of similar retail value and condition. 970-948-7617, leave message.

ALL TERRAIN VEHICLES

Kymco 90 ATV. Asking $1100 OBO. 970-948-7617, leave message.

MOTORCADE – MISCELLANEOUS

Trailers, hitches, flatbeds, toolboxes, trailer service and truck accessories. We are a “one stop shop” truck and trailer outfitter. B&W gooseneck hitches $497 installed. Pine Country Trailer Sales, Grand Junction. 1-800-287-6532.
Rocky Mountain Auto-Craig. Selling quality used cars, with limited warranty, financing WAC, give us a call 824-5749, Dealer.

LEGAL NOTICES

RIO BLANCO COUNTY PUBLICATION LIST, NOVEMBER 30 2010. FUND: GENERAL; VENDOR NAME, PURPOSE, AMOUNT; 2H MECHANICAL SERVICE, SPLYS, $3,853.13; ALL STATE COMMUNICATION, PRCH SVCS/PRTS, $6,610.15; ALSCO INC, PRCH SVCS, $1,033.27; AMICK NANCY, PRCH SVCS, $12.50; ATMOS ENERGY, UTIL, $936.64; AVEY MONA, PRCH SVCS, $12.50; BOY-KO SUPPLY COMPANY, SPLYS, $902.77; BROWN DENISE, GFT CERTS, $25.00; CDW GOVERNMENT INC., SPLYS, $704.81; CNTRL RESTAURANT PRODUCTS, SPLYS, $2,270.19; CENTURYLINK, PRCH SVCS, $237.31; CHAPPELL CLINT (PLAN COMM), PLAN COMM, $150.00; CO DEPT OF PUBLIC HEALTH, PRCH SVCS, $113.00; CNCC, CNTC SVCS, $3,500.00; CONSUMER REPORTS, PRCH SVCS, $26.00; COUNTY SHERIFF’S OF CO, PRCH SVCS, $1,200.00; CREDIT UNION OF COLORADO, PRCH SVCS, $2,831.33; DAY TRAVIS, PLAN COMM, $100.00; DIGITAL ALLY INC., SPLYS, $37.50; DISTRICT ATTORNEY OFFICE, PRCH SVCS, $22,878.33; E&E DOOR & WINDOW, SPLYS/P. SVCS, $1,121.85; EAGLEYE, SPLYS, $167.50; BADER JON, ELEC JDGE, $125.00; HICKEN SUSAN, ELEC JDGE, $100.00; HICKEN KRISTINE, ELEC JDGE, $25.00; MARTYNOWICZ KATHLEEN, ELEC JDGE, $100.00; SMITH LAURA, ELEC JDGE, $125.00; STEINMAN BEVERLY, ELEC JDGE, $100.00; WALDREF RHONNA, ELEC JDGE, $25.00; ELLIS TREASA, PRCH SVCS, $37.50; FEDEX, PRCH SVCS, $34.67; FIESTA GUADALAJARA, GFT CERTS, $25.00; FULL SPECTRUM SOLUTION, SPLYS, $750.00; GALL’S INC., UNIF/CLOTH, $127.74; GIOVANNI’S ITALIAN GRILL, SPLYS/GFT CRTS, $160.07; GLOBALSTAR USA, PRCH SVCS, $40.57; GOV’T FINANCE OFFICERS, PRCH SVCS, $135.00; GREEN PROVENCE, SPLYS, $795.94; HARPER ANGELA, JDGE RSRC, $128.00; HART INTERCIVIC, PRCH SVCS, $3,369.40; HERITAGE BUILDING, SPLYS, $207.67; HIGH PLAINS JOURNAL, PRCH SVCS, $64.00; HOPKINS OAKLEY, PLAN COMM, $50.00; INFORMATION SYSTEMS CO, PRCH SVCS, $92.50; JACKSON’S OFFICE SUPPLY, SPLYS, $751.92; JORDAN WILLIAM H., PRCH SVCS, $606.20; KEELER NANCY, PRCH SVCS, $12.50; KINNEY ROY (CORONER), PRCH SVCS, $350.00; KRACHT ANN, PRCH SVCS, $12.50; MADISON JEFF, PRCH SVCS, $896.10; MATTHEW BENDER & CO., SPLYS, $726.71; MCGUIRE AUTO PARTS, GFT CERTS, $50.00; MEEKER AIRPORT – CONTRACT, CNTC SVCS, $4,388.08; MEEKER GENERAL MERCANTILE, SPLYS/GFT CRTS, $1,859.00; MEEKER SANITATION DIST, UTIL, $370.00; MEEKER TOWN OF, UTIL, $979.00; MICRO PLASTICS INC, PRCH SVCS, $94.45; MID-AMERICAN RESEARCH, SPLYS, $145.82; MILES ALTON L. BUD, PLAN COMM, $150.00; MOON LAKE ELECTRIC, UTIL, $618.71; MTN STATE EMPLOYERS CNCL, PRCH SVCS, $4,500.00; NACRC, PRCH SVCS, $55.00; NEVE’S UNIFORMS INC., UNIF/CLOTH, $316.54; NORTHERN SAFETY CO., SPLYS, $88.91; PAEGLAW LACEY, JDGE RSRC, $174.00; PATHOLOGY GROUP P.C., PRCH SVCS, $2,085.00; PEARSON COMMUNICATIONS, PRCH SVCS, $3,694.00; PEPPERDINE’S, PRCH SVCS, $49.75; PIONEERS MEDICAL CENTER, PRCH SVCS, $220.50; PITNEY BOWES RESERVE ACCT, PRCH SVCS, $886.98; POSITIVE PROMOTIONS, SPLYS, $283.27; POSTMUS HOLLY (PLAN COMM), PLAN COMM, $100.00; PROFORCE, SPLYS, $3,296.75; QUEST INC., PRCH SVCS, $2,290.00; QUILL CORPORATION, SPLYS/P. SVCS, $451.85; QWEST, PRCH SVCS, $728.10; QWEST – LONG DISTANCE, PRCH SVCS, $181.62; RAM DESIGNS, PRCH SVCS, $376.25; RANGELY TOWN OF, UTIL, $596.95; RANGELY TRUE VALUE, SPLYS, $242.04; REED ELSEVIER INC., PROF SVCS, $10.15; RESCUE RESPONSE GEAR, SPLYS, $553.60; RESPOND FIRST AID SYSTEM, PRCH SVCS, $58.23; RICHARDSON NANCY A. (CRNR), PRCH SVCS, $350.00; RIO BLANCO FUNERAL HOMES, PRCH SVCS, $495.00; RIO BLANCO HERALD TIMES, PRCH SVCS, $4,230.44; SAMUELSON’S TRUE VALUE, SPLYS, $241.89; SHORE POWER INC/BATTERY, SPLYS, $188.05; SOCIETY HUMAN RSRC MNGRS, PRCH SVCS, $150.00; SIRCHIE FINGER PRINT LABS, SPLYS, $5,903.60; STAGE STOP MEAT MARKET, PRCH SVCS, $41.88; STAPLES ADVANTAGE, SPLYS, $4,699.88; SUPPLY CACHE INC THE, SPLYS, $1,694.00; SWANSON SERVICES CORP, SPLYS, $99.18; THE MASTER’S TOUCH, PRCH SVCS, $2,175.00; TPG SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE, PRCH SVCS, $438.50; TYLER TECH INC.-DALLAS, PRCH SVCS, $1,500.00; UNION TELEPHONE CO, PRCH SVCS, $551.48; US IMAGING, PRCH SVCS, $2,000.00; VALLEY HARDWARE, SPLYS/GFT CRTS, $571.17; VALUE WEST INC, PRCH SVCS, $6,600.00; VFW POST 5843, SPLYS, $41.35; VISUAL LEASE SERVICES, PRCH SVCS, $14,437.50; WATT’S RANCH MARKET, FOOD SPLY/SPLY, $4,239.69; WEATHERFORD ELECTRIC, P. SVCS/SPLYS, $5,865.42; WENDLL’S, P. SVCS/GFT CRT, $445.34; WESTERN LIVESTOCK JOURNAL, PRCH SVCS, $45.00; WHITE RIVER BODY SPA, GFT CERTS, $100.00; WHITE RIVER DISTRIBUTION, P. SVCS/SPLYS, $168.00; WHITE RIVER ELECTRIC, UTIL, $3,710.72; WHITE RIVER MARKET, FOOD SPLY/SPLY, $1,265.27; WILLIAMS EQUIPMENT, PRCH SVCS, $328.57; WINKLER TIM, PLAN COMM, $100.00; WILLIAMS EQUIPMENT, VC-PRCH SVCS, $(328.57); US IMAGING, VC-PRCH SVCS, $(2,000.00); RANGELY INSURANCE GROUP, MC-INSURANCE, $6,620.00; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FEDERAL W/H, $35,004.14; CO DEPT OF REVENUE, STATE W/H, $11,530.30; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, $40,907.24; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, MEDICARE W/H, $9,819.37; GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, $45,069.72; CEBT, INSURANCE, $100,558.77; WASH STATE SUPPORT, WAGE ASNMT, $570.00; FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY, WAGE ASNMT, $868.00; GENERAL FUND TOTAL, $399,888.22; FUND: CAPITAL EXPENDITURES; VENDOR NAME, PURPOSE, AMOUNT; DAYTONA STORAGE SOLUTIONS, IT EQUIP, $48,263.58; HONNEN EQUIPMENT CO., R&B CPTL OTLY, $20,000.00; RIO BLANCO HERALD TIMES, COL PK, $23.52; SEVERSON SUPPLY CO., MTNC, $20,000.00; CAPITAL EXPENDITURES FUND TOTAL, $88,287.10; FUND: ROAD & BRIDGE; VENDOR NAME, PURPOSE, AMOUNT; CENTURYLINK, PRCH SVCS, $98.05; CONNELL RESOURCES INC, AGGTS, $106,578.85; CREDIT UNION OF COLORADO, PRCH SVCS, $34.95; CTL/THOMPSON INC., PRCH SVCS, $97.00; DIVISION OF RECLAM MINING, PRCH SVCS, $2,229.00; ENVIROTECH SERVICES, MTRLS, $1,974.09; GRAND VALLEY IMAGING, PRCH SVCS, $30.00; HERITAGE BUILDING, SPLYS, $46.16; JACKSON’S OFFICE SUPPLY, SPLYS, $340.79; JAVELINA TRADING CO, SPLYS, $176.92; JAY-MAX SALES, SPLYS, $170.00; JSC INC., PRCH SVCS, $4,380.00; LYLE SIGNS INC., SIGN MTRL, $4,109.30; MCGUIRE AUTO PARTS, SPLYS, $35.94; MEEKER AUTO PARTS LLC, SPLYS, $33.30; MEEKER SAND & GRAVEL, RD MTRL, $569.25; MEEKER TOWN OF, MTRLS, $202.32; NEWMAN SIGNS, SIGN MTRL, $889.71; NICHOLS STORE, PRCH SVCS, $16.00; PITNEY BOWES RESERVE ACCT, PRCH SVCS, $58.36; QWEST, PRCH SVCS, $144.77; QWEST – LONG DISTANCE, PRCH SVCS, $55.30; RANGELY AUTO PARTS, SPLYS, $146.49; RANGELY TRUE VALUE, SPLYS, $60.99; RESPOND FIRST AID SYSTEM, SPLYS, $40.23; RIO BLANCO HERALD TIMES, PRCH SVCS, $62.92; ROUTT COUNTY R & B, OTHER I-G, $14,738.00; SAFETY AND CONSTRUCTION, SPLYS, $407.47; SAMUELSON’S TRUE VALUE, SPLYS, $75.65; TIPPMANN INDUSTRIAL, SPLYS, $319.05; UNION TELEPHONE CO, PRCH SVCS, $182.11; VALLEY HARDWARE, SPLYS, $10.98; WATT’S RANCH MARKET, SPLYS, $138.28; WHITE RIVER DISTRIBUTION, PRCH SVCS, $38.00; WHITE RIVER ELECTRIC, UTIL, $15.10; XEROX CORPORATION, PRCH SVCS, $120.45; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FEDERAL W/H, $13,159.18; CO DEPT OF REVENUE, STATE W/H, $4,765.00; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, $16,039.69; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, MEDICARE W/H, $3,751.23; GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, $16,612.67; CEBT, INSURANCE, $44,244.37; CLERK OF THE RBC COURTS, WAGE ASNMT, $668.53; ROAD & BRIDGE FUND TOTAL, $237,866.45; FUND: PUBLIC HEALTH AGENCY; VENDOR NAME, PURPOSE, AMOUNT; CENTURYLINK, PRCH SVCS, $50.47; COMMUNITY HOSPITAL, PRCH SVCS, $101.40; CREDIT UNION OF COLORADO, PRCH SVCS, $1,978.03; GLOBALSTAR USA, PRCH SVCS, $55.17; GRAND RIVER HOSPITAL, PRCH SVCS, $169.37; J.O.M. PHARMACEUTICAL, SPLYS, $694.56; LAB SAFETY SUPPLY INC, SPLYS, $22.15; MEDICAL ARTS PRESS, SPLYS, $230.61; METROPOLITAN PATHOLOGISTS, PRCH SVCS, $94.00; MOORE MEDICAL LLC, SPLYS, $117.88; MOUNTAIN RADIOLOGY, PRCH SVCS, $34.53; PIONEERS MEDICAL CENTER, PRCH SVCS, $764.41; QWEST, PRCH SVCS, $97.46; QWEST – LONG DISTANCE, PRCH SVCS, $12.38; RANGELY DISTRICT HOSPITAL, PRCH SVCS, $250.10; RANGELY FAMILY MEDICINE, PRCH SVCS, $367.33; RIO BLANCO HERALD TIMES, PRCH SVCS, $156.00; SCHOPP HOLLI, PRCH SVCS, $42.75; STAPLES ADVANTAGE, SPLYS, $40.64; UNION TELEPHONE CO, PRCH SVCS, $91.39; WHITE RIVER DISTRIBUTION, PRCH SVCS, $15.00; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FEDERAL W/H, $1,717.34; CO DEPT OF REVENUE, STATE W/H, $536.00; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, $2,661.28; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, MEDICARE W/H, $622.42; GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, $2,448.78; CEBT, INSURANCE, $6,362.02; PUBLIC HEALTH AGENCY FUND TOTAL, $19,733.47; FUND: SOCIAL SERVICES; VENDOR NAME, PURPOSE, AMOUNT; QWEST – LONG DISTANCE, PRCH SVCS, $37.90; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FEDERAL W/H, $5,100.91; CO DEPT OF REVENUE, STATE W/H, $1,706.00; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, $5,565.34; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, MEDICARE W/H, $1,301.58; GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, $4,947.78; CEBT, INSURANCE, $13,396.07; NOVEMBER ACCOUNTS PAYABLE, $11,362.94; SOCIAL SERVICES FUND TOTAL, $43,418.52; FUND: CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT; VENDOR NAME, PURPOSE, AMOUNT; ARCHETYPE DESIGN GROUP, MLTI-PRPS BLDG, $185.62; ENNOVATE CORPORATION, ENRGY ASMNT, $143,373.11; GDA, MA-ENV ASMNT, $10,000.00; J. DYER CONSTRUCTION, FFLD RMDL, $578.41; JSC INC., MLTI-PRPS BLDG, $600.00; STANTEC CONSULTING, CR 10 BRIDGE, $13,535.71; CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND TOTAL, $168,272.85; FUND: USE TAX; VENDOR NAME, PURPOSE, AMOUNT; CENTURYLINK, PRCH SVCS, $142.72; CNCC, CNTC SVCS, $2,000.00; EXXON MOBIL CORP, REFUND, $9,410.58; FOOD BANK OF THE ROCKIES, FOOD SPLY/SPLY, $551.74; HERITAGE BUILDING, SPLYS, $27.09; JACKSON’S OFFICE SUPPLY, SPLYS, $46.98; MOON LAKE ELECTRIC, UTIL, $146.82; PITNEY BOWES RESERVE ACCT, PRCH SVCS, $27.78; QWEST, PRCH SVCS, $87.41; QWEST – LONG DISTANCE, PRCH SVCS, $9.03; RANGELY TOWN OF, UTIL, $193.52; RANGELY TRASH SERVICE, PRCH SVCS, $494.46; RANGELY TRUE VALUE, SPLYS, $305.20; REDI SERVICES LLC, PRCH SVCS, $302.00; RIO BLANCO HERALD TIMES, PRCH SVCS, $20.00; U.S. FOODSERVICE INC., FOOD SPLY/SPLY, $1,445.27; WATT’S RANCH MARKET, FOOD SPLYS, $316.09; WHITE RIVER MARKET, FOOD SPLYS, $208.55; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FEDERAL W/H, $1,253.30; CO DEPT OF REVENUE, STATE W/H, $534.00; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, $1,796.70; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, MEDICARE W/H, $420.20; GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, $1,486.44; CEBT, INSURANCE, $4,934.33; USE TAX FUND TOTAL, $26,160.21; FUND: IMPACT FEE; VENDOR NAME, PURPOSE, AMOUNT; ARCHETYPE DESIGN GROUP, JSTC CNTR, $625.91; HDR ENGINEERING INC, CR 5 CORRIDOR, $154,889.55; PITNEY BOWES RESERVE ACCT, PRCH SVCS, $0.78; WILLIAMS, REFUND-IMP FEE, $4.77; HDR ENGINEERING INC, MC-CR 5 CRDR, $151, 669.63; IMPACT FEE FUND TOTAL, $307,190.64; FUND: SOLID WASTE LANDFILL; VENDOR NAME, PURPOSE, AMOUNT; CLEARY ELECTRIC COMPANY, PRCH SVCS, $75.00; DOWN VALLEY SEPTIC, PRCH SVCS, $130.00; JSC INC., CPTL OTLY, $745.00; KRW CONSULTING INC., P. SVCS/CPTL, $3,275.41; PITNEY BOWES RESERVE ACCT, PRCH SVCS, $11.31; PRECISION EXCAVATING, CPTL OTLY, $264,935.96; SAMUELSON’S TRUE VALUE, SPLYS, $343.83; UNION TELEPHONE CO, PRCH SVCS, $24.54; VALLEY HARDWARE, SPLYS, $38.14; WHITE RIVER DISTRIBUTION, PRCH SVCS, $15.00; WHITE RIVER ELECTRIC, PRCH SVCS/UTIL, $164.08; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FEDERAL W/H, $1,422.61; CO DEPT OF REVENUE, STATE W/H, $487.00; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, $1,558.14; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, MEDICARE W/H, $364.40; GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, $985.88; CEBT, INSURANCE, $2,968.50; SOLID WASTE LANDFILL FUND TOTAL, $277,544.80; FUND: WEED & PEST; VENDOR NAME, PURPOSE, AMOUNT; CO DEPT OF AGRICULTURE, PRCH SVCS, $100.00; CREDIT UNION OF COLORADO, PRCH SVCS, $265.65; JACKSON’S OFFICE SUPPLY, SPLYS, $11.49; JEAN’S PRINTING, PRCH SVCS, $53.01; MEEKER AUTO PARTS LLC, SPLYS, $53.10; NEWMAN SIGNS, SPLYS, $169.82; PITNEY BOWES RESERVE ACCT, PRCH SVCS, $2.20; POSTMUS HOLLY, PRCH SVCS, $100.00; QWEST – LONG DISTANCE, PRCH SVCS, $0.41; STEEL RUSS, PRCH SVCS, $4,000.00; UNION TELEPHONE CO, PRCH SVCS, $12.27; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FEDERAL W/H, $519.27; CO DEPT OF REVENUE, STATE W/H, $161.00; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, $539.38; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, MEDICARE W/H, $126.16; GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, $475.00; CEBT, INSURANCE, $1,695.06; WEED & PEST FUND TOTAL, $8,283.82; FUND: FAIRFIELD; VENDOR NAME, PURPOSE, AMOUNT; ATMOS ENERGY, UTIL, $809.64; BOY-KO SUPPLY COMPANY, SPLYS, $211.86; GREEN PROVENCE, SPLYS, $795.95; JAY-MAX SALES, SPLYS, $59.00; JOHN DEERE GOVERNMENT, CPTL OTLY, $11,809.73; JORDAN WILLIAM H., SPLYS/P. SVCS, $63.73; MEEKER SANITATION DIST, UTIL, $114.00; MEEKER TOWN OF, UTIL, $1,178.00; MID-AMERICAN RESEARCH, SPLYS, $153.52; QWEST, PRCH SVCS, $85.01; QWEST – LONG DISTANCE, PRCH SVCS, $1.18; REDI SERVICES LLC, PRCH SVCS, $1,235.00; RESPOND FIRST AID SYSTEM, SPLYS, $20.65; SAMUELSON’S TRUE VALUE, SPLYS, $37.71; SUPERIOR PRODUCTS, SPLYS, $216.06; TLC CARPET ONE FLOOR, RPR/MTNC, $187.50; UNION TELEPHONE CO, PRCH SVCS, $13.51; VALLEY HARDWARE, SPLYS, $118.03; WEATHERFORD ELECTRIC, SPLYS/P. SVCS, $193.11; WHITE RIVER ELECTRIC, UTIL, $1,318.76; WHITE RIVER ENERGY, PRCH SVCS, $20.00; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FEDERAL W/H, $405.98; CO DEPT OF REVENUE, STATE W/H, $156.20; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, $568.64; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, MEDICARE W/H, $132.98; GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, $550.30; CEBT, INSURANCE, $637.20; FAIRFIELD FUND TOTAL, $21,093.25; FUND: CENTRAL SERVICES; VENDOR NAME, PURPOSE, AMOUNT; CENTURYLINK, PRCH SVCS, $95.80; FSH COMMUNICATIONS, PRCH SVCS, $70.00; PITNEY BOWES RESERVE ACCT, PRCH SVCS, $170.95; PITNEY BOWES INC., SPLYS, $70.54; QWEST, PRCH SVCS, $1,155.71; QWEST – LONG DISTANCE, PRCH SVCS, $12.22; STRATA NETWORKS, INTERNET, $1,244.24; UNION TELEPHONE CO, PRCH SVCS, $56.56; XEROX CORPORATION, CNTC SVCS, $936.67; CEBT, COBRA INSUR, $633.32; CENTRAL SERVICES FUND TOTAL, $4,446.01; FUND: FLEET; VENDOR NAME, PURPOSE, AMOUNT; A&E TIRE INC., TIRES, $7,259.16; AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN, SPLYS/P. SVCS, $211.14; ATMOS ENERGY, UTIL, $440.80; AUTO RADIATOR SERVICE, RPRS/MTNC, $1,554.37; AXIS STEEL INC., SPLYS, $165.80; BERTHOD MOTORS INC., PRTS/ACC, $470.30; COLUMBINE FORD INC., PRTS/ACC, $1,444.36; C.R. BROWN, DIESEL, $100.01; CRAIG POWERSPORTS, PRTS/ACC, $44.59; CREDIT UNION OF COLORADO, PRCH SVCS, $137.62; EXPRESS TOLL, PRCH SVCS, $2.50; FLAT TOP FUELS INC., LUBE, $81.84; GILBARCO INC., PRCH SVCS, $190.38; GRAINGER, SPLYS, $266.54; HANSON INTERNATIONAL, PRTS/ACC, $2,070.85; HONNEN EQUIPMENT CO., CPTL /TIRES, $154,949.00; JACKSON’S OFFICE SUPPLY, SPLYS, $13.59; JAY-MAX SALES, SPLYS, $102.50; MCGUIRE AUTO PARTS, PRTS/ACC, $2,410.75; MEEKER AUTO PARTS LLC, PRTS/ACC, $4,963.44; MEEKER COLLISION CENTER, RPRS/MTNC, $6,916.69; MEEKER SANITATION DIST, UTIL, $114.00; MEEKER TOWN OF, UTIL, $96.00; MHC KENWORTH-G.J., PRTS/ACC, $1,270.35; MID-AMERICAN RESEARCH, SPLYS, $112.76; MOON LAKE ELECTRIC, UTIL, $926.34; NORTHWEST AUTO, PRTS/ACC, $86.32; NT CARQUEST AUTO PARTS, PRTS/ACC, $458.45; QWEST, PRCH SVCS, $62.36; RAC TRANSPORT CO. INC, PRCH SVCS, $57.98; RANGELY AUTO PARTS, PRTS/ACC, $773.31; RANGELY TOWN OF, UTIL, $170.06; RANGELY TRASH SERVICE, PRCH SVCS, $355.01; RANGELY TRUE VALUE, PRTS/ACC, $14.99; REDI SERVICES LLC, PRCH SVCS, $321.00; ROCKY MOUNTAIN MACHINE, PRTS/ACC, $194.22; SAMUELSON’S TRUE VALUE, SPLYS, $64.24; SEVERSON SUPPLY CO., CPTL OTLY, $1,500.00; SNAP ON TOOLS, SPLYS, $107.50; STEWART WELDING & MACHINE, SPLYS, $65.10; THOMPSON DISTRIBUTING, SPLYS, $176.00; TIRE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM, TIRES, $3,541.24; VALLEY HARDWARE, SPLYS, $57.63; WAGNER EQUIPMENT INC., RPRS/MTNC, $1,985.12; WESTERN CO TRUCK CENTER, PRTS/ACC, $198.04; WESTERN IMPLEMENT CO., PRTS/ACC, $567.81; WESTERN PETROLEUM, LUBE, $2,004.48; WHITE RIVER ELECTRIC, UTIL, $1,242.04; WHITE RIVER ENERGY, PRCH SVCS, $304.45; WILLIAMS EQUIPMENT, RPRS/MTNC, $3,720.78; WIRELESS ADVANCED, CPTL OTLY, $41,228.75; XCEL ENERGY, UTIL, $107.34; WILLIAMS EQUIPMENT, VC-RPRS/MTNC, $(3,720.78); US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FEDERAL W/H, $2,736.58; CO DEPT OF REVENUE, STATE W/H, $974.50; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, $3,943.91; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, MEDICARE W/H, $922.38; GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, $3,799.31; CEBT, INSURANCE, $10,624.48; FLEET FUND TOTAL, $264,960.28; Published: December 23, 2010 Rio Blanco Herald Times.
Notification of meeting for the Rangely Town Council, Board of Trustees The Town of Rangely Town Council meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month starting at 7:00 p.m. in the Court Room at 209 E Main, Rangely, CO 81648. Agendas are posted in the lobby at Town Hall and at the Rangely District Library. The meetings are televised live on channel 3 through Bresnan Cable TV. All meetings are open to the public.
Notice of Sale to Satisfy Lien of Self-Service Storage Facility. To: Candace Collins, PO Box 1450, Meeker, CO 81641. Notice is given, pursuant to Title 38, Article 21.5, that total charges in the amount of $825.00 are, and for 30 days have remained, due and owing to the undersigned Meeker U-Lock-It, a Colorado corporation, whose principal place of business is at 1080 Garfield St., Meeker, CO 81641, with respect to the following personal property: Contents of storage unit number 07+32 Collins 90. Such property was deposited with the undersigned on 02/18/10. A “LOCK OUT” is now in effect, the contents of above named storage unit can not be accessed until payment is made in full. Such charges are itemized as follows: $90.00 per month for 9 months. Demand has been and is hereby made for payment in full of the charges itemized. Notice is further given that unless such charges are paid within 30 days after receipt of this notice, the above-described personal property will be advertised for sale pursuant to 38-21.5-103, and will be sold at 860 Market St., Meeker, Colorado on January 23, 2011, at 12:00 PM, to the highest bidder for cash. Witness our signature this the 14 day of June 2010. Meeker U-Lock-It LIENHOLDER, /s/ Travis Adams, By: Travis Adams Office: Manager. Publish: December 23 and 30, 2010 Rio Blanco Herald Times.
TOWN OF RANGELY Check Register, November 2010. VENDOR, DESCRIPTION, AMOUNT. 4-N COMPANY, Professional Services, $47.93; ACCUTEST MOUNTAIN STATES, Chemicals, $329.00; AFLAC, Payroll deduction, $554.93; AGNC, Membership, $1,000.00; AIR LIQUIDE, Cylinder Rental, $10.85; AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN, Cylinder Rental, $113.33; ARN, FERN, Expenses, $64.13; ASHLEY VALLEY ANIMAL HOSPITAL, Animal Shelter Expenses, $273.15; BOBCAT OF THE ROCKIES, Supplies, $157.28; BRESNAN COMMUNICATIONS, WRV Television, $90.61; BUSINESS SOLUTIONS GROUP, Supplies, $161.08; CAACO, Membership, $40.00; CALIFORNIA CONTACTORS, Supplies, $289.50; CASTO, BRAD, Council Stipend, $100.00; CASSELLE, Program Support, $2,224.00; CENTURYLINK, Telephone/Services, $2,341.47; CHRISTMAS FEST, Grants, $250.00; CIRSA, Deductible, $2,500.00; CTL THOMPSON, Services, $940.00; CLUB 20, Membership, $200.00; CO LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS ASSN, Membership, $75.00; COLLEGE ASSIST, Garnishment, $896.85; COLORADO RURAL WATER ASSN, Meeting, $175.00; CONSERVANCY OIL, Oil, $364.50; CONTINENTAL SUPPLY, Supplies, $311.10; COUNTRYSIDE VETERINARY CLINIC, Animal Shelter Expenses, $76.70; CSED/CASH PROCESSING, Payroll deduction, $283.30; DAVIS, PAULA, Council Stipend, $150.00; DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, Fee’s, $294.29; DUCEY’S ELECTRIC, Services, $743.13; EARL SIMON PIPE CLEANING, Services, $49,321.25; ELSTER AMERICAN METER, Services, $52.98; ENGLERT, MICHAEL, Expenses, $7.41; FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY, Payroll deduction, $345.06; FEDERAL EXPRESS, Postage, $48.35; FIDELITY ADVISOR FUNDS, Retirement funds, $16,971.16; FPPA, PD Insurance, $306.92; FRESH EXPRESS CLEANING, Uniforms, $92.95; GALLS, Uniforms, $145.96; GARNER, CINDY, Expenses, $42.36; GIOVANNI’S , Grants, $7,500.00; GOHR, CLAYTON, Council Stipend, $100.00; GRAND VALLEY IMAGING, Copier maint agree, $473.92; HACH, Services, $7,279.28; HATCH, LISA, Council Stipend, $100.00; HERITAGE BUILDING & LUMBER, Supplies, $616.32; HUITT, FRANK, Council Stipend, $100.00; INVESCO, Supplies, $288.75; ITRON, Program Support, $874.13; JEFFERS, Supplies, $147.75; JJ’S AUTOMOTIVE, Auto Repairs, $668.00; KANSAS CITY LIFE, Benefits, $945.25; KISSINGER & FELLMAN, Professional Services, $1,234.60; KUM & GO, Shop n Dine Vouchers, $285.00; LOAF N JUG, Shop n Dine Vouchers, $190.00; LOHMILLER & COMPANY, Supplies, $390.00; MACK NEWMAN HVAC, Services, $45.00; MAIL SERVICES, Services, $748.61; MANSFIELD PRINTING, Services, $216.44; MEEKER SAND & GRAVEL, Concrete, $582.50; MESA COUNTY HEALTH DEPT, Services, $40.00; MOON LAKE ELECTRIC, Electricity/Shop n Dine, $18,234.70; NATIONAL METER & AUTOMATION, Services, $2,721.14; NICHOLS STORE, Supplies, $450.50; NT CARQUEST, Supplies, $76.67; ODOREYES TECH, Supplies, $442.85; POSTMASTER, Postage, $222.77; PALISADE CONTRUCTORS, Services, $65,716.42; PREMIER ELECTION SOLUTIONS INC, Services, $4,548.05; PROFESSIONAL FINANCE, Garnishment, $819.24; PROFESSIONAL TOUCH, Services, $242.50; PURE TECHNOLOGY, Services, $1,225.00; QUILL, Supplies, $1,456.44; RANGELY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Services, $130.00; RANGELY AUTO PARTS, Supplies, $1,250.08; RANGELY HARDWARE, Supplies, $2,156.40; RANGELY SCHOOL FOUNDATION, Sales Tax Funding, $14,311.57; RANGELY TRASH SERVICE, Services, $800.00; RANGELY, TOWN OF, Utilities , $2,418.62; RED BOX RETAIL, Refund Overpayment, $40.00; RIO BLANCO COUNTY COURT, Small Claims Fee, $86.00; RIO BLANCO SHERIFF, Small Claims Fee, $70.00; ROCKY MOUNTAIN CANINE ACADAMY, Supplies, $2,700.00; ROCKY MOUNTAIN HEALTH PLAN, Health Insurance, $24,146.98; ROMNEY, SHERMAN, Services, $1,571.00; SHROYER, BRENT, Council Stipend, $100.00; SIMONS PETROLEUM, Supplies, $2,953.95; STEWART WELDING & MACHINERY, Services, $21.42; STRATA, T1 Line, $247.50; SUMMIT ENERGY, Gas Transmission/Transport, $24,205.08; TAPIA, CARLOS, Refund Overpayment, $22.85; TIMBERLINE ELECTRICAL, Supplies, $580.00; TMS LIGHTENING, Supplies, $543.00; TOSHIBA AMERICA BUS SOLUTION, Maintenance Contract, $279.04; TRANSUNION LLC, Services, $25.00; TRIPP, NEAL, Services, $130.00; UNCC, Locates, $38.64; UNITED COMPANYIES, Supplies, $2,058.71; URIE, ELAINE, Council Stipend, $100.00; VANDENBRINK, ALDEN, Expenses, $95.95; VERIZON WIRELESS, Cell Service, $974.42; VERNAL WINNELSON, Supplies, $679.14; VET CLINIC, Animal Shelter Expenses, $351.07; VISA, Expenses, $4,207.53; WAGNER, Supplies, $612.28; WALTER GROUP, Services, $3,321.12; WESCO RECEIVABLES, Supplies, $270.13; WHITE RIVER DRIVE INN, Meeting, $35.89; WHITE RIVER MARKET, Supplies, $53.60; WHITEWATER BUILDING MATERIALS, Supplies, $680.00; WILCZEK, KAREN, Judges Fees, $300.00; WRB REC & PARK DISTRICT, Fee’s, $21.50; WRIGHT EXPRESS FLEET SERVICES, Fuel, $4,414.22; ZANCANELLA & ASSOCIATES, Supplies, $580.00; TOTAL, $298,956.05; Published: December 23, 2010; Rio Blanco Herald Times.
PAYROLL ACCOUNTS PAYABLE TOWN OF MEEKER, NOVEMBER 30, 2010. GENERAL FUND; J Amick, Salary, $2,938.22; C Colflesh, Salary, $1,143.18; D Conrado, Salary – Trustee, $50.00; K Cook, Salary – Trustee, $50.00; L Cook, Salary, $1,644.81; V Crawford, Salary, $271.51; S Day, Salary, $2,144.09; M Etheridge, Salary – Trustee, $70.00; R Gerloff, Salary – Trustee, $50.00; D Glasscock, Salary, $678.58; K Gould, Salary, $305.30; R Halandras, Salary – Trustee, $50.00; D Henderson , Salary, $1,475.04; R Hervey, Salary, $3,984.78; J Holeyfield, Salary, $2,144.53; D Massey, Salary, $2,308.15; J McNay, Salary, $862.62; S Merriam, Salary, $1,443.74; J Muxlow, Salary, $2,435.83; R Overton, Salary, $2,617.78; C Padilla, Salary, $2,106.92; W Severson, Salary, $2,970.70; K Sizemore, Salary, $214.05; S Smith, Salary, $3,051.98; J Strate, Salary – Trustee, $50.00; P Stubblefield, Salary, $3,161.58; A Thomson, Salary – Trustee, $50.00; M Washburn, Salary, $2,784.91; L Whalin, Salary, $575.34; T Willey, Salary, $298.05; A-1 Collection Agency, Employee Pmt., $357.10; CCOERA, Employee Retirement – Police Dept., $1,355.42; CCOERA, Employee Retirement, $6,690.30; Conseco Health Insurance Company, Cancer Insurance, $396.70; Credit Union of Colorado, Employee Savings, $515.00; First National Bank of the Rockies, Federal Withholding, $5,140.70; First National Bank of the Rockies, State Withholding, $2,149.02; First National Bank of the Rockies, Medicare Withholding, $1,708.68; First National Bank of the Rockies, Social Security Withholding, $4,368.90; Rocky Mountain Health Plans, Health, Dental & Vision Insurance, $16,535.40; Samuelson’s True Value, Employee Pmt., $415.25; Standard Insurance Company, Life/AD&D Insurance, $962.24; J Amick, Salary – PD Supplemental, $3,398.76; R Hervey, Salary – PD Supplemental, $4,844.88; J Muxlow, Salary – PD Supplemental, $2,722.11; W Severson, Salary – PD Supplemental, $3,525.19; P Stubblefield, Salary – PD Supplemental, $3,324.40; M Washburn, Salary – PD Supplemental, $3,146.59; First National Bank of the Rockies, Federal Withholding, $2,034.89; First National Bank of the Rockies, State Withholding, $845.00; First National Bank of the Rockies, Medicare Withholding, $741.50; CCOERA, Employee Retirement, $2,116.80; Alsco, Nov. Uniforms, $28.27; Alternative Elevations, Periodic Elevator Insp. Service, $175.00; Atmos, November Natural Gas, $1,225.45; Axis Steel, 20 – 3×3 Angles, $46.80; Barco Products Company, Kiosk & Picnic Table/Scenic Byway, $2,299.50; Bellco Credit Union, Business Svc. Membership Fees, $25.00; Berthod Motors, Weight Kit for Tractor, $610.24; Boy- Ko, Toilet Tissue/Town Shop, $27.55; Brickyard, Block for Walls on Sulphur Creek Rd., $3,593.50; CAC Chainsaw, Chain Sharpening, $27.00; CED Craig, Retrofit Kits & Bulbs for Town Hall Bldg., $400.24; CED Inc., New Ballast & Bulbs for Town Hall Bldg., $4,249.35; Clear View Window Tinting, Install Film on Town Hall Bldg. Windows, $7,143.00; CMRS – PB, November Postage, $48.34; Coast International Telecom, Long Distance Svc., $67.46; Colo. Dept. of Agriculture, Pesticide Applicator Licenses, $50.00; Colo. Dept. of Health & Env., DUI Blood Test Kits/PD, $85.00; Colo. West Substance Abuse Svc., Nov. Detox Shortfall, $308.33; Colowest Substance Abuse Svc., 2010 Detox Shortfall, $308.33; D. C. Lock, Keys, $9.00; Dept of Labor & Employment, Elevator Insp. Certificate, $30.00; Ducey’s Elec., Wire for Town Hall Lights, $44.34; Elevator Services Inc., Install Escape Hatch Switch, $546.89; First Advantage Occup. Health Svc., DOT Drug Screen, $34.76; Flat Tops Fuel, 55 Gal Drum Hydraulic Fluid, $351.33; Grand Valley Imaging, Copier Maintenance, $43.86; Herald Times, Legal Publications, $1,437.96; Honnen Equip., Hydraulic Parts for Maintainer, $120.99; Honnen Equip., Repair Hydraulics on Maintainer, $763.33; IOR Productions, MO. Website Maintenance, $25.00; IOR Productions, MO. Website Maintenance, $25.00; Jackson’s, Clasp Env., Batteries, Notebook, $28.69; Jackson’s, Ink Cart., Pens, Color Paper, File Folders, $101.85; Jean’s Printing, Flat Tops Scenic Byways Brochures, $3,239.87; JMJ Supply LLC, Accuster Track Test Kits, $119.70; LSS Safety Supply, Safety Vests, Shoe Covers, Gloves, $317.47; Martinez Western, Hotsy Rental for Ute Road, $1,800.00; Martinez Western Const, Ute Road & Side Walks Projects, $95,630.83; Matthew Bender & Co., Co. Criminal Law Rules, Peace Officer Handbooks/PD, $249.99; McGuire Auto, Motor Oil, Wiper Blades, Rags, Battery, $544.54; Meeker Auto Parts, Anti Freeze, Light Bulbs, Snowplow Light, Wiper Blades, $333.22; Meeker Chamber of Commerce, Employee Appreciation Chamber Bucks, $740.00; Meeker Collision Center, Repair Unit 5 after Accident/PD, $6,116.55; Meeker Sand & Gravel, Sand for Streets, $173.47; MGM , Dog Food, $57.98; Mountain Cross Engineering, 2011 Cleveland Street Project, $483.00; Networking of the Rockies, Hard Drives for Storage of Data off Site, $613.50; Networking of the Rockies, Install Website Software on Planner’s Comp., $250.00; Nielsen, Kathy, Reimb. Mileage/Deliver Dogs to New Owners, $99.70; Noble, Laurie Atty., Municipal Judge Svc. & Travel, $369.00; Noble, Laurie Atty., Municipal Judge Svc. & Travel, $369.00; Northwest Auto, 4 New Tires Unit 5/PD, $752.00; Northwest Auto, Oxygen & Acetylene, $56.92; Northwest Auto, Flat Repair/PD, $17.00; Northwest Auto, Nozzle & Adapter, $32.38; Northwest Pawn, 3 Remington Shotguns/PD, $885.00; Old Dominion Brush, Brooms & Shoes for Street Sweeper, $1,256.13; Overton, Russell, Reimburse Safety Boots, $100.00; Pitney Bowes, Postage Meter Rental, $40.02; Pitney Bowes, Postage Meter Rental, $40.02; Qwest, Nov. Phone Svc., $689.10; Qwest, October Phone Svc., $687.11; RBC Finance Dept., Annual Contribution for Fairfield Complex, $5,000.00; RBC Fleet Management, Nov. Fuel, $2,100.50; RBC Sheriff’s Office, 4th Qtr. Dispatch Fee, $15,000.00; RBC Weed Control, Weed Chemical, $755.72; Redi Svc. , Trash Svc., $238.00; Rick, Horst, CET Confidential/BAG, $1,200.00; Samuelson’s, Storage Container, $5.99; Schaben Ind., Spray Gun & Tip, $71.33; State Purchasing Office, BIDS Annual Fee, $40.00; Strata Networks, Town Shop & Bean Pole, $68.33; TDA Construction, Rent Pressure Washer, $1,800.00; Union Telephone, Nov. Cell Phone Svc., $222.39; University of Colo. Denver, Brochure Design/Flat Tops Scenic Byway, $1,000.00; Valley Hardware, Trash Bags, Ice Melt, Gloves, $103.06; Viscardi, Gerard Atty., Nov./Dec. Legal Fees, $3,307.50; Wagner, Oil Filters, $25.37; Wagner Equip., Nuts & Bolts, Snow Plow, $241.75; Wagner Equipment, 42” Forks for Skid Steer, $1,213.00; Watt’s, Dog Food, $13.44; Watt’s, Mtg. & Cleaning Supplies, $101.08; White River Elec., Nov. Electricity, $2,316.08; White River Elec., Oct. Electricity, $1,831.47; Escondido Equity Account ; Halandras, Regas, Return Equity Acct. Deposit, $950.00; Total General Fund, $287,176.39; Note: BAG office rent of $75.00 charged to BAG Dept. and, recorded in General Fund Revenues Building Lease Payments; WATER FUND; C Colflesh, Salary, $1,143.17; L Cook, Salary, $1,096.54; S Day, Salary, $1,826.45; D Henderson, Salary, $632.16; J McNay, Salary, $1,293.93; S Merriam, Salary, $618.74; R Overton, Salary, $1,121.90; K Sizemore, Salary, $1,926.47; T Willey, Salary, $2,682.44; CCOERA, Employee Retirement, $2,023.64; Conseco Health Insurance, Cancer Insurance, $177.00; Credit Union of Colorado, Employee Savings, $85.00; First National Bank of the Rockies, Social Security Withholding, $1,885.56; First National Bank of the Rockies, Medicare Withholding, $440.98; First National Bank of the Rockies, Federal Withholding, $167.89; First National Bank of the Rockies, State Withholding, $270.98; Rocky Mountain Health Plans, Health, Dental & Vision Insurance, $5,221.71; Standard Insurance Company, Life/AD&D Insurance, $271.40; US Postmaster, November Water Billing Postage, $147.35; Alsco, Nov. Uniforms, $28.27; Atmos, November Natural Gas, $435.23; Axis Steel, 20 – 3×3 Angles, $46.80; Boy- Ko, Toilet Tissue, $27.56; CCI Inspection Svc., Inspection – Sage Hills Tank June 25-26, $520.00; CMRS – PB, November Postage, $171.02; Coast International Telecom, Long Distance Svc., $7.80; Data West Corp., 4th Qtr. Maint. Fee, $675.00; Eaton Sales & Svc., Repair Water Card System, $813.60; Flat Tops Fuel, 55 Gal Drum Hydraulic Fluid, $351.32; Grand Jct. Pipe, Water Meter Parts, $2,032.71; Grand Valley Imaging, Copier Maintenance, $8.39; Herald Times, Legal Publications, $52.80; Jackson’s, Clasp Env., Batteries, Notebook, $6.74; Jackson’s, Ink Cart., Pens, Color Paper, File Folders, $20.80; Loyal Leavenworth PC, Review Final Decree, $94.50; McGuire Auto, Motor Oil, Rags, Belt, $311.10; MCHD Regional Lab, Water Test, $120.00; MCHD Regional Lab, Water Test, $40.00; Meeker Auto Parts, Anti Freeze, Light Bulbs, Wiper Blades, $197.79; Mesa County Health Dept. , Water Test, $40.00; Northwest Auto, Oxygen & Acetylene, $56.92; Northwest Auto, Nozzle & Adapter, $32.37; Pitney Bowes, Postage Meter Rental, $28.98; Pitney Bowes, Postage Meter Rental, $28.98; Qwest, Nov. Phone Svc., $218.00; Qwest, October Phone Svc., $218.03; RBC Fleet Management, Nov. Fuel, $719.75; Strata Networks, Town Shop & Bean Pole, $28.50; Union Telephone, Nov. Cell Phone Svc., $35.99; Utility Notification Center, Line Locates, $48.30; Utility Notification Center of Colo., Line Locates, $90.16; Valley Hardware, Trash Bags, Hydrant Repair Kit, $79.31; Watt’s, Snacks Water Source Point Meeting, $20.51; Watt’s, Mtg. & Cleaning Supplies, $33.69; White River Elec., Nov. Electricity, $2,330.51; White River Elec., Oct. Electricity, $2,297.69; Total Water Fund, $35,302.43; Total All Funds, $322,478.82; Published: December 23, 2010; Rio Blanco Herald Times.
Notice The Division of Wildlife is accepting sealed bids for the grazing by sheep of approximately 640 acres near Lake Avery, Rio Blanco County; the purpose being control of Leafy Spurge in the area. Bids must be onforms provided and submitted no later than January 15, 2011. For bid packets and additional information please contact the Division of Wildlife in Meeker at 878-6090. Published: December 23, 2010 Rio Blanco Herald Times.
RIO BLANCO COUNTY NOTICE OF FINAL CONTRACTOR SETTLEMENT 2010 WAKARA PIT CRUSHING PROJECT. NOTICE is hereby given that on the 10th day of January, 2010 at Meeker, Colorado, final settlement will be authorized by the Rio Blanco County Board of County Commissioners with Connell Resources, Inc. of 7785 Highland Meadow Parkway, Suite #100, Fort Collins, CO 80528 for all work done by said CONTRACTOR on the project known as Rio Blanco County 2010 Wakara Pit Crushing Project. 1) Any person, co-partnership, association, or corporation who has an unpaid claim against the said project may at any time, up to and including the date specified in item 2 below, file a VERIFIED STATEMENT of the amount due and unpaid on account of such claims. 2) All such claims shall be filed with Ron Leeper, Road and Bridge Coordinator, Rio Blanco County Public Facilities Department, 570 2nd Street, Meeker, Colorado 81641 on or before January 3, 2011. 3) Failure on the part of a creditor to file such a statement will relieve Rio Blanco County from any and all liability for such claim. Dated at Meeker, Colorado this 20th day of December, 2010. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF RIO BLANCO COUNTY BY KENNETH C. PARSONS, CHAIRMAN, First Publication: 12/23/10, Last Publication: 12/30/10. Published in Rio Blanco Herald Times.
NOTICE OF FINAL PAYMENT – Pursuant to Section 38-26-107, Colorado Statutes, notice is hereby given that Rio Blanco County has accepted the work on the Rangely Airport Crack Seal and Seal Coat Project, State Project No. 10-4V0-01 as substantially completed according to the plans and specifications and rules set forth in the Contract and that Bonneville Asphalt is entitled to final settlement therefore. Upon the 10th day, after the second publication of this notice, that Rio Blanco County, under whose direction of supervision the work has been carried out will pay to Bonneville Asphalt the full amount due under the Contract. All persons, firms, or corporations who have any claims for work done or materials furnished on said public work are hereby notified that final payment will be made to Bonneville Asphalt in accordance with the terms of the Contract on January 10, 2011. This section does not relieve Bonneville Asphalt and the sureties on his bond from any claims of work or labor done or materials or supplies furnished in the execution of the Contract. Publish: December 23 and 30, 2010 Rio Blanco Herald Times.
TOWN OF DINOSAUR DISBURSEMENTS FOR NOVEMBER 2010. VENDOR, DESCRIPTION, TOTAL; Gross Salaries, $6,494.96; Contract Labor, $100.00; P.E.R.A., Monthly Contributions, $1,406.16; Colorado Dept. of Revenue, CWT, $131.00; First National Bank of the Rockies, FWT/Med, $440.36; Centurylink, Phone, Fax, $168.49; Gateway Services, Gas, Oil, Grease May & June, $285.05; Moon Lake Electric, Electricity, $1,087.49; Rangely Trash Service, Trash Service, $82.00; Rio Blanco Herald Times, Disbursements & Budget Notice, $27.84; White River Electric, Internet, $49.95; Garfield & Hecht P. C., Professional services, $14.00; Mesa County Health Dept, Water test, $20.00; Walmart, Bleach, $50.90; Basin Rentals Inc, Air Compressor, $134.80; Rangely Auto Parts, Bearing & cap screw, $154.98; Mountain States Company, Pulled pump on Well 2, $1,350.25; Rangely True Value Hdw, Stretch film & duc tape, $44.57; FedEx, Postage, $27.70; CML, Membership dues, $311.00; Colorado Rural Water, Sewer training, $175.00; Moffat County, 4th Qtr Law Enforcement, $12,000.00; Caselle Inc, Support, $723.00; Perry Motor Company Inc, Hook for plow, $81.16; TOTAL ACCOUNTS PAYABLE, $25,360.66; Published: December 23, 2010; Rio Blanco Herald Times.
PUBLIC NOTICE – Due to the holidays the Rio Blanco County Commissioners will NOT be meeting Monday, December 27, 2010. The Board’s next scheduled regular meeting will be Monday, January 10, 2011. Published: December 23, 2010 Rio Blanco Herald Times.
DISTRICT COURT, COUNTY OF RIO BLANCO, COLORADO, 555 Main Street, Meeker, CO 81641, 970-878-5622. Plaintiff: CITIFINANCIAL AUTO, LTD. v. Defendants: STEPHEN ROWLETT AKA STEPHEN RAY ROWLETT AND AIMEE ROWLETT AKA AIMEE SCHWIEM ROWLETT. Attorney: Leif Nelson, Leif A. Nelson, 710 Kipling Street, Suite 402, Lakewood, Colorado 80215, Phone: (303)232-5606, Fax: (303)237-0686, E-Mail: lanelsonpc@aol.com, Attorney Registration #13902. Case Number: 10CV34 – ORDER FOR PUBLICATION. The court having reviewed the Plaintiff’s Motion for Order for Publication and being otherwise fully advised of the premises does hereby: ORDER that Plaintiff’s Motion for Order for Publication is granted. The Plaintiff has used due diligence in trying to locate the Defendant. This court orders that service by publication of a consolidated notice in a newspaper published in this county shall suffice as service of process. ORDER FURTHER that the consolidated notice shall be published at least once during a calendar month and shall state the names of the parties, the action number, the nature of the action, that a copy of the Garnishment with Pending Levy may be obtained from the clerk of the court during regular business hours, and that Plaintiff shall be able to order in funds being held with Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. if Defendant fails to file a response within thirty days after date of publication. DONE this 30th day of November, 2010. BY THE COURT: /s/Gail H. Nichols, Gail Nichols, District Court Judge. Publish: December 9, 16, 23 and 30, 2010 in Rio Blanco Herald Times.
ORDINANCE No. 8, Series 2010 AN ORDINANCE APPROVING AND CERTIFYING A TEMPORARY MILL LEVY REDUCTION AND LEVYING GENERAL PROPERTY TAXES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2011 TO DEFRAY THE COST OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES FOR THE TOWN OF MEEKER, COLORADO. WHEREAS, the Town of Meeker Board of Trustees, the “Town Board”, on December 13, 2010, adopted an annual budget for the 2011 fiscal year in accordance with the Local Government Budget Law of Colorado; and, WHEREAS, at the Town’s regular municipal election on April 1, 2008, the Town’s registered electors approved a ballot question authorizing and permitting the Town to collect, retain and spend or reserve all property tax revenue collected, in the amount of the Town’s 1999 property tax mill levy (which was 9.781 mills), prior to the Town’s approval of its temporary tax credit, which would be effective on January 1. 2009 and, further, authorized the Town to collect and spend or reserve the full revenues from such revenue increase, notwithstanding the restrictions on the collection or spending of revenues under Article X, Section 20 of the Constitution of the State of Colorado, C.R.S. 29-1-301, or any other state law; and, WHEREAS, the Town Board has determined that due to the current economic conditions plaguing the U.S. and the local economies it would be in the best interests of the Town’s citizens and businesses to impose a temporary general fund property tax reduction from the current 9.781 mills and thereby certifying a temporary general fund property tax mill levy of 6.885 mills; and, WHEREAS, the amount of money necessary to balance the budget for general operating expenses is $187,387.00; and, WHEREAS, the Town’s 2010 valuation for assessment, as certified by the Rio Blanco County Assessor, is $27,216,710.00; and, WHEREAS, on December 13, 2010, at a special meeting, the Town Board did officially adopt a general fund property tax mill levy of 6.885 mills. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE TOWN OF MEEKER BOARD OF TRUSTEES: 1) For the purpose of meeting all general operating expenses of the Town of Meeker, during the 2011 fiscal year, there is hereby levied a tax of 6.885 mills upon each dollar of the total valuation for assessment of all taxable property within the Town of Meeker for the year 2010, which represents a temporary mill levy rate reduction of 2.896 mills from a gross mill levy of 9.781, for the reasons stated above and foregoing. 2) The Town Board forthwith formally certifies to the Board of County Commissioners of Rio Blanco County, Colorado, the 6.885 mill levy and said mill levy will be certified by letter to the Board of County Commissioners of Rio Blanco County, Colorado, on or before December 15, 2010. 3) The mill levy herein approved and adopted by an affirmative vote of a majority of the Town Board shall be signed by the Mayor and made a part of the public records of the Town of Meeker. 4) Pursuant to C.R.S. 29-1-108, this ordinance shall be effective upon adoption. INTRODUCED, READ, PASSED, ADOPTED, AND ORDERED PUBLISHED AS PROVIDED BY LAW BY A VOTE OF 6 TO 0 OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE TOWN OF MEEKER, COLORADO, AT ITS SPECIAL MEETING HELD IN THE TOWN OF MEEKER THIS 13TH DAY OF DECEMBER, 2010. TOWN OF MEEKER BOARD OF TRUSTEES, MANDI ETHERIDGE, Mayor; ATTEST: LISA COOK, Town Clerk. Publication Date: December 23, 2010 in Rio Blanco Herald Times.
ORDINANCE No. 7, Series 2010. AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING A BUDGET, SUMMARIZING EXPENDITURES AND REVENUES AND MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EACH FUND FOR THE TOWN OF MEEKER, COLORADO, FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING THE FIRST DAY OF JANUARY, 2011 AND ENDING THE LAST DAY OF DECEMBER, 2011.WHEREAS, the Town of Meeker Board of Trustees, the “Town Board”, has received from the Town budget office a proposed budget for the 2011 fiscal year; and, WHEREAS, upon due and proper notice, published in accordance with Local Government Budget Law of Colorado, the proposed budget was open for public inspection at the Meeker Town Hall, a public hearing was held on November 16, 2010, and interested Town electors were given the opportunity to file or register any objections to the proposed budget, up to the time of final adoption of the proposed budget; and, WHEREAS, whatever increase or decreases may have been made in expenditures, like increases or decreases were made to the revenues, so that the budget remains in balance, as required by law; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE TOWN OF MEEKER, COLORADO: 1) The estimated expenditures and reserves in each fund are as follows: GENERAL FUND: Operating Expenses, $1,707,898.00; Systems Development Amount, 1,819,072.00; Highway Users Tax Fund, 85,000.00; Estimated Fund Reserve, 3,500,150.00; Emergency Reserve, 61,891.00; Total General Fund, $7,174,011.00. WATER FUND: Operating Expenses, $535,288.00; Systems Development Amount, 90,505.00; Encumbered Funds (Bond Reserve Fund established pursuant to Town Ordinance No. 277), 103,000.00; Encumbered Curtis Creek Waterline Reserve, 323,000.00; Estimated Fund Reserve, 800,000.00; Total Water Fund, $1,851,793.00. WALBRIDGE TRUST FUND: Operating Expenses, $133,000.00; Total Walbridge Trust Fund,$133,000.00. CONSERVATION TRUST FUND: Park Expenses, $10,000.00; Estimated Fund Reserve, $15,000.00; Total Conservation Trust Fund, $25,000.00. 2) The estimated revenues and reserves for each fund including transfers are as follows: GENERAL FUND: Sources other than General Property Tax and Highway Users Tax, including appropriated reserve, $3,339,583.00; Emergency Reserve, 61,891.00; General Property Tax, 187,387.00; Highway Users Tax Fund, 85,000.00; Reserve Funds and Unencumbered Estimated Opening Balance, $3,500,150.00; Total General Fund, $7,174,011.00. WATER FUND: Non-water Service Income, including appropriated reserve, $88,846.00; Water Service Fees, 536,947.00; Encumbered Funds (Bond Reserve Fund established pursuant to Town Ordinance No. 277, 103,000.00; Encumbered Curtis Creek Waterline Reserve, 323,000.00; Reserve Funds and Unencumbered Estimated Opening Balance, 800,000.00; Total Water Fund, $1,851,793.00. WALBRIDGE TRUST FUND: Income, $133,000.00; Total Walbridge Trust Fund, $133,000.00. CONSERVATION TRUST FUND: State Lottery Share & Reserve for Parks Expenses, $9,913.00; Interest, 87.00; Estimated Opening Balance, 15,000.00; Total Conservation Trust Fund, $25,000.00. 3) That the budget as submitted, amended, and hereinabove summarized by Fund, hereby is approved and adopted as the budget of the Town of Meeker for the 2011 fiscal year and funds are hereby authorized and allocated to be appropriated to each fund for the purpose of meeting expenditures therein. 4) That the budget herewith approved and adopted by an affirmative vote of a majority of the Town Board shall be signed by the Mayor and made a part of the public records of the Town of Meeker. 5) Pursuant to C.R.S. §29-1-108, this ordinance shall be effective upon adoption. INTRODUCED, READ, PASSED, ADOPTED, AND ORDERED PUBLISHED AS PROVIDED BY LAW BY A VOTE OF 6 TO 0 OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE TOWN OF MEEKER, COLORADO, AT ITS SPECIAL MEETING HELD IN THE TOWN OF MEEKER THIS 13TH DAY OF DECEMBER, 2010. TOWN OF MEEKER BOARD OF TRUSTEES, §MANDI ETHERIDGE, Mayor, ATTEST: §LISA COOK, Town Clerk. Publication Date: December 23, 2010 in Rio Blanco Herald Times.
ORDINANCE NO. 124 (Series of 2010) AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF DINOSAUR, COLORADO, PROHIBITING THE OPERATION OF MEDICAL MARIJUANA BUSINESSES. WHEREAS, in November 2000, Colorado voters approved Amendment 20 which adopted Article XVIII, Section 14 of the Colorado Constitution, concerning the possession and use of certain quantities of marijuana for the treatment of certain debilitating medical conditions; and WHEREAS, in June of 2010, Governor Ritter signed into law House Bill 10-1284 which adopted the Colorado Medical Marijuana Code, Article 43.3 of Title 12, C.R.S.; and WHEREAS, subsection (2)(a) of Section 12-43.3-103, C.R.S., as contained in the Colorado Medical Marijuana Code, provides that prior to July 1, 2011, a municipality may adopt and enforce an ordinance prohibiting the cultivation or sale of medical marijuana, and in any municipality that has adopted such an ordinance, a person who is not registered as a patient or primary caregiver pursuant to Section 25-1.5-106, C.R.S., and who is cultivating or selling medical marijuana shall not be entitled to an affirmative defense to a criminal prosecution as provided for in Section 14 of Article XVIII of the Colorado Constitution unless the person is in compliance with applicable municipal law; and WHEREAS, Section 12-43.3-106, C.R.S., as contained in the Colorado Medical Marijuana Code, provides that a majority of the registered electors of a municipality voting at a regular or special election called in accordance with the Colorado Municipal Election Code of 1965, Article 10 of Title 31, C.R.S., or the Uniform Election Code of 1992,Articles 1 to 13, of Title 1, C.R.S., as applicable, may vote to prohibit the operation of medical marijuana centers, optional premises cultivation operations, and medical marijuana infused products manufacturers’ licenses within said municipality; and WHEREAS, in the November 2, 2010 coordinated general election, the following question was submitted to the registered voters of the Town of Dinosaur, Colorado: “MEDICAL MARIJUANA QUESTION: SHALL THE OPERATION AND LICENSING OFMEDICAL MARIJUANA CENTERS (ALSO KNOWN AS MEDICAL MARIJUANA DISPENSARIES), OPTIONAL PREMISES CULTIVATION OPERATIONS, AND MEDICAL MARIJUANA-INFUSED PRODUCTS MANUFACTURERS BE PERMITTED IN THE TOWN OF DINOSAUR, COLORADO IN ACCORDANCE WITH COLORADO LAW? YES _____ NO _____”; and WHEREAS, a majority of the registered electors voted no on the above ballot question; and WHEREAS, Section 12-43.3-310, C.R.S., as contained in the Colorado Medical Marijuana Code, specifically authorizes a municipality “to prohibit the operation of medical marijuana centers, optional premises cultivation operations, and medical marijuana-infused products manufacturers’ licenses. . . based on local government zoning, health, safety and public welfare laws for the distribution of medical marijuana that are more restrictive than this Article”; and WHEREAS, the Town Council of the Town of Dinosaur hereby finds and determines that adoption of this Ordinance is necessary to implement the desires of the majority of the registered electors voting at the coordinated general election held on November 2, 2010 and that the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of the Town of Dinosaur will be enhanced and promoted by the adoption of this Ordinance. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF DINOSAUR, COLORADO: Section 1. Intent, Authority and Applicability. A. Intent. It is the intent of this Ordinance to prohibit certain land uses related to medical marijuana businesses in the Town of Dinosaur, and in furtherance of this intent, the Town Council makes the following findings: 1. The Colorado Medical Marijuana Code, Sections 12-43.3-101, et. seq., C.R.S., clarifies Colorado law regarding the scope and extent of Article XVIII, Section 14 of the Colorado Constitution. 2. The Colorado Medical Marijuana Code specifically authorizes the governing body of a municipality to vote to prohibit the operation of medical marijuana centers, optional premises cultivation operations, and medical marijuana-infused products manufacturers’ licenses. 3. The Colorado Medical Marijuana Code further provides that a majority of the registered electors of a municipality voting at a regular election may vote to prohibit the operation of medical marijuana centers, optional premises cultivation operations, and medical marijuana-infused products manufacturers’ licenses. A majority of the registered electors of the Town of Dinosaur voted in the coordinated general election, held November 2, 2010, to not permit the operation of medical marijuana centers, optional premises cultivation operations, and the manufacturing of medical marijuana-infused products in the Town of Dinosaur. 4. The Colorado Medical Marijuana Code also specifically authorizes a municipality to prohibit the operation of medical marijuana centers, optional premises cultivation operations, and the manufacturing of medical marijuana-infused products based on local government zoning, health, safety and public welfare laws concerning the distribution of medical marijuana. 5. Based on careful consideration of the Colorado Medical Marijuana Code, Article XVIII, Section 14 of the Colorado Constitution, and the potential secondary effects of the cultivation and dispensing of medical marijuana, and the retail sale, distribution, and manufacturing of medical marijuana-infused products, such land uses have an adverse effect on the health, safety and welfare of the Town of Dinosaur and its inhabitants. B. Authority. The Town’s authority to adopt this Ordinance is found in: the Colorado Medical Marijuana Code, Sections 12-43.3-101, et. seq., C.R.S.; the Local Government Land Use Control Enabling Act, Sections 29-20-101, et. seq., C.R.S..; Sections 31-23-101, et. seq., C.R.S. (municipal zoning powers); Sections 31-15-101, 31-15-401, C.R.S. (municipal police powers); and Section 31-15-501, C.R.S. (municipal authority to regulate businesses). C. Applicability. This Ordinance shall apply to all property within the Town of Dinosaur, Colorado. Section 2. Definitions. For purposes of this Ordinance, the following terms shall have the following meaning: A. Medical Marijuana means marijuana that is grown and sold for a purpose authorized by Article XVIII, Section 14 of the Colorado Constitution. B. Medical Marijuana Business means the use of a property or portion thereof, for the production, cultivation, manufacture, storage, distribution, acquisition or sale of marijuana, including the use of the property for Medical Marijuana Centers, Medical Marijuana-Infused Products Manufacturers and Optional Premises Cultivation Operations, whether any such use is for profit or not for profit. C. Medical Marijuana Center means a person licensed to operate a business as described in the Colorado Medical Marijuana Code that sells medical marijuana and medical marijuana-infused products to registered patients or primary caregivers as defined in Article XVIII, Section 14 of the Colorado Constitution, but is not a primary caregiver, and which a municipality is authorized to prohibit as a matter of law. D. Medical Marijuana-Infused Products Manufacturer means a person licensed pursuant to the Colorado Medical Marijuana Code to operate a business manufacturing medical marijuana-infused products, and which a municipality is authorized to prohibit as a matter of law. E. Optional Premises Cultivation Operation means a person licensed pursuant to the Colorado Medical Marijuana Code to grow and cultivate marijuana for a purpose authorized by Article XVIII, Section 14 of the Colorado Constitution, and which a municipality is authorized to prohibit as a matter of law. F. Patient has the meaning set forth in Article XVIII, Section 14(1)(c) of the Colorado Constitution. G. Primary Caregiver has the meaning set forth in Article XVIII, Section 14(1)(f) of the Colorado Constitution. H. Production means all phases of growth of marijuana from seed to harvest, the combining of marijuana with any other substance for distribution, including storage and packaging for resale, or preparing, compounding, processing, and encapsulating, packing or repackaging, labeling or relabeling of marijuana or its derivatives whether alone or mixed with any amount of any other substance. Section 3. Uses Prohibited. It shall be unlawful for any person to operate, cause to be operated or permit to be operated a Medical Marijuana Center, an Optional Premises Cultivation Operation, and a Medical Marijuana-Infused Products Manufacturer facility within the Town of Dinosaur. It shall further be unlawful for any person to produce medical marijuana within the Town. Provided, however, nothing in this Ordinance shall prohibit, regulate, or otherwise impair or be construed to prohibit, regulate or impair the cultivation, use or possession of medical marijuana by a Patient and/or by a Primary Caregiver for his or her Patients provided that such Patient or Primary Caregiver is acting in accordance with all applicable provisions of Article XVIII, Section 14(1)(c) of the Colorado Constitution, Sections 12-43.3-101, et. seq., C.R.S., Section 25-1.5-106, C.R.S., the regulations promulgated by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, the Colorado Department of Revenue or any other agency with regulatory authority, and the laws of the Town of Dinosaur. Section 4. Penalty. Any person violating any provisions of this Ordinance commits a municipal offense punishable by a fine of up to $300.00, imprisonment for up to ninety (90) days, or any combination thereof. A person committing a violation shall be guilty of a separate offense for each and every day during which the offense is committed or continued to be permitted by such person and shall be punished accordingly. Section 5. Severability. This Ordinance is necessary to protect the public health, safety and welfare of the residents of the Town of Dinosaur and covers matters of local concern or matters of mixed State and local concern as provided by Section 12-43.3-101, C.R.S. If any provision of this Ordinance is found to be unconstitutional or unlawful, such finding shall only invalidate that part of portion found to violate the law. All other provisions shall be deemed severable and shall continue in full force and effect. INTRODUCED, READ, PASSED, ADOPTED AND ORDERED PUBLISHED at a regular meeting of the Town Council of the Town of Dinosaur, Colorado, held on December 14, 2010. TOWN OF DINOSAUR, COLORADO, By: /s/L.D. Smith Mayor, ATTEST: /s/Tamara Long Town Clerk, Published: December 23, 2010 in Rio Blanco Herald Times.
Ordinance # 668 Ordinance of the Town of Rangely Amending Subsections A, B and C of Section 13.04.130 Rates – Bills – Penalty for Nonpayment of Chapter 13.04 Water of Title 13 Utilities and 13.12.170 for Waste Water Utilities of the Rangely Municipal Code providing for an increase of ten percent (10%) in the Water base rates and an increase of (17.3%) per 1000 gallon and (5%) increase in the Waste Water base rates. Be it hereby ordained by the Town Council of the Town of Rangely that Subsections A and B of Section 13.04.130 Rates – Bills – Penalty for Nonpayment of Chapter 13.04 Water and of Title 13 Utilities of the Rangely Municipal Code be amended as follows (new wording capitalized, old wording struck): 13.04.130 Rates – Bills – Penalty for Nonpayment A. In-town rates. All users of the Town water system within the town shall be billed a service charge of Twelve Dollars and nine cents (12.09) THIRTEEN DOLLARS AND THIRTY CENTS PER MONTH (13.30); for each commercial building, church, dwelling unit or other use, two dollars and seventy seven (2.77) cents per month and THREE DOLLARS AND TWENTY FIVE CENTS (3.25) to; for each one thousand gallons or portion thereof metered. The service charge shall be applied to each dwelling unit, whether or not such unit or units are served by individual meters or master meters. B. Out-of-town rates. All users of the town water system outside the town shall be billed a service charge of eighteen dollar and twelve cents (18.12) to Nineteen dollars and ninety three cents (19.93) per month; for each commercial building, church, dwelling unit or other use, and Five dollars and fifty one cents (5.51) to SIX DOLLARS AND FOURTY SIX CENTS (6.46) per month; for each thousand gallons or portion thereof metered, unless the Town , acting through its Board of Trustees, has approved and authorized the execution with users of a standard agreement for the provision of water services beyond the corporate limits of the town of Rangely, such agreement providing, among other things, for in-town rates to be applied to any property the owner of which has executed a valid annexation agreement with the town. C. Bulk Rates. Each bulk tank user purchasing treated water shall be billed at the rate of five dollars and eighty eight cents (5.88) to SIX DOLLARS AND NINETY CENTS (6.90) per month for each one thousand gallons or portion thereof. D. Wastewater rates. All residential wastewater users within the town shall be billed a service charge of Twenty five dollars and thirty-five (25.35) cents TWENTY SIX DOLLARS AND SIXTY TWO CENTS (26.62) per month; and for each commercial building, church, dwelling unit or other out of town uses is Fifty dollars and sixty nine cents (50.69) to FIFTY THREE DOLLARS AND TWENTY TWO CENTS (53.22). Passed, approved and adopted this 14th day of December, 2010. Town of Rangely, By /s/Paula Davis, Paula Davis, Mayor. Attest: /s/Christine Brasfield, Christine Brasfield, Town Clerk. Published: December 23, 2010 in Rio Blanco Herald Times.
COMBINED NOTICE CRS 38-38-103 FORECLOSURE SALE NO. 10-25 To Whom It May Concern: This Notice is given with regard to the following described Deed of Trust: On September 21, 2010, the undersigned Public Trustee caused the Notice of Election and Demand relating to the Deed of Trust described below to be recorded in the County of Rio Blanco records. Original Grantor(s): FIRST LOVE UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF MEEKER; Original Beneficiary(ies): FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF THE ROCKIES; Current Holder of Evidence of Debt: FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF THE ROCKIES Date of Deed of Trust: 1/15/2009; County of Recording: Rio Blanco Recording Date of Deed of Trust: 1/20/2009; Recording Reception Number: 294780; Original Principal Amount: $45,387.00; Outstanding Principal Balance: $41,852.54. Pursuant to CRS 38-38-101(4)(i), you are hereby notified that the covenants of the deed of trust have been violated as follows: failure to pay principal and interest when due together with all other payments provided for in the evidence of debt secured by the deed of trust and other violations thereof. THE LIEN FORECLOSED MAY NOT BE A FIRST LIEN. THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN IS ALL OF THE PROPERTY CURRENTLY ENCUMBERED BY THE LIEN OF THE DEED OF TRUST. LOT 7 BLOCK 97, TOWN OF MEEKER, COLORADO, COUNTY OF RIO BLANCO, STATE OF COLORADO Also known by street and number as: 456 13TH STREET, MEEKER, CO 81641 NOTICE OF SALE The current holder of the Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, described herein, has filed Notice of Election and Demand for sale as provided by law and in said Deed of Trust. THEREFORE, Notice Is Hereby Given that I will at public auction, at 10:00 A.M. on Wednesday, 01/19/2011, at Office of the Public Trustee, Rio Blanco County Courthouse, 555 Main Street, Meeker CO 81641, sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, the said real property and all interest of the said Grantor(s), Grantor(s)’ heirs and assigns therein, for the purpose of paying the indebtedness provided in said Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, plus attorneys’ fees, the expenses of sale and other items allowed by law, and will issue to the purchaser a Certificate of Purchase, all as provided by law. First Publication: 12/2/2010. Last Publication: 12/30/2010. Name of Publication: Rio Blanco Herald Times. NOTICE OF RIGHTS – YOU MAY HAVE AN INTEREST IN THE REAL PROPERTY BEING FORECLOSED, OR HAVE CERTAIN RIGHTS OR SUFFER CERTAIN LIABILITIES PURSUANT TO COLORADO STATUTES AS A RESULT OF SAID FORECLOSURE. YOU MAY HAVE THE RIGHT TO REDEEM SAID REAL PROPERTY OR YOU MAY HAVE THE RIGHT TO CURE A DEFAULT UNDER THE DEED OF TRUST BEING FORECLOSED. A COPY OF SAID STATUTES, AS SUCH STATUTES ARE PRESENTLY CONSTITUTED, WHICH MAY AFFECT YOUR RIGHTS, IS ATTACHED TO ALL MAILED COPIES OF THIS NOTICE. HOWEVER, YOUR RIGHTS MAY BE DETERMINED BY PREVIOUS STATUTES. A NOTICE OF INTENT TO CURE FILED PURSUANT TO SECTION 38-38-104 SHALL BE FILED WITH THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE AT LEAST FIFTEEN (15) CALENDAR DAYS PRIOR TO THE FIRST SCHEDULED SALE DATE OR ANY DATE TO WHICH THE SALE IS CONTINUED; A NOTICE OF INTENT TO REDEEM FILED PURSUANT TO SECTION 38-38-302 SHALL BE FILED WITH THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE WITHIN EIGHT (8) BUSINESS DAYS FOLLOWING THE SALE; DATE: 09/22/2010 Karen Arnold Public Trustee of Rio Blanco County, State of Colorado /s/Karen Arnold By: Karen Arnold, Public Trustee ( S E A L) PUBLIC TRUSTEE RIO BLANCO CO COLO. The name, address, telephone number and bar registration number of the attorney(s) representing the legal holder of the indebtedness is: Robert Traylor #10730 Traylor, Tompkins & Black, P.C. 751 Horizon Court, Suite 200, Grand Junction, CO 81506 (970) 242-2636 The attorney above is acting as a debt collector and is attempting to collect a debt. Any information provided may be used for that purpose. Attorney file #: (c)Colorado Public Trustees’ Association Revised 12/2009.
COMBINED NOTICE CRS 38-38-103 FORECLOSURE SALE NO. 10-26. To Whom It May Concern: This Notice is given with regard to the following described Deed of Trust: On October 7, 2010, the undersigned Public Trustee caused the Notice of Election and Demand relating to the Deed of Trust described below to be recorded in the County of Rio Blanco records. Original Grantor(s): Stephen C. Loshbaugh and Avis A. Loshbaugh; Original Beneficiary(ies): CWB Mortgage Ventures, LLC dba FNBR Mortgage; Current Holder of Evidence of Debt: BAC Home Loans Servicing, L.P.; Date of Deed of Trust: 1/9/2008; County of Recording: Rio Blanco; Recording Date of Deed of Trust: 1/14/2008; Recording Reception Number: 291143; Original Principal Amount: $257,400.00; Outstanding Principal Balance: $230,631.64. Pursuant to CRS 38-38-101(4)(i), you are hereby notified that the covenants of the deed of trust have been violated as follows: failure to pay principal and interest when due together with all other payments provided for in the evidence of debt secured by the deed of trust and other violations thereof. THE LIEN FORECLOSED MAY NOT BE A FIRST LIEN. THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN IS ALL OF THE PROPERTY CURRENTLY ENCUMBERED BY THE LIEN OF THE DEED OF TRUST. LOTS 15 AND 16 BLOCK 108 TOWN OF MEEKER, COLORADO Also known by street and number as: 890 7th St, Meeker, CO 81641-3028. NOTICE OF SALE – The current holder of the Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, described herein, has filed Notice of Election and Demand for sale as provided by law and in said Deed of Trust. THEREFORE, Notice Is Hereby Given that I will at public auction, at 10:00 A.M. on Wednesday, 02/09/2011, at Office of the Public Trustee, Rio Blanco County Courthouse, 555 Main Street, Meeker CO 81641, sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, the said real property and all interest of the said Grantor(s), Grantor(s)’ heirs and assigns therein, for the purpose of paying the indebtedness provided in said Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, plus attorneys’ fees, the expenses of sale and other items allowed by law, and will issue to the purchaser a Certificate of Purchase, all as provided by law. First Publication: 12/23/2010. Last Publication: 1/20/2011. Name of Publication: Rio Blanco Herald Times. NOTICE OF RIGHTS – YOU MAY HAVE AN INTEREST IN THE REAL PROPERTY BEING FORECLOSED, OR HAVE CERTAIN RIGHTS OR SUFFER CERTAIN LIABILITIES PURSUANT TO COLORADO STATUTES AS A RESULT OF SAID FORECLOSURE. YOU MAY HAVE THE RIGHT TO REDEEM SAID REAL PROPERTY OR YOU MAY HAVE THE RIGHT TO CURE A DEFAULT UNDER THE DEED OF TRUST BEING FORECLOSED. A COPY OF SAID STATUTES, AS SUCH STATUTES ARE PRESENTLY CONSTITUTED, WHICH MAY AFFECT YOUR RIGHTS, IS ATTACHED TO ALL MAILED COPIES OF THIS NOTICE. HOWEVER, YOUR RIGHTS MAY BE DETERMINED BY PREVIOUS STATUTES. A NOTICE OF INTENT TO CURE FILED PURSUANT TO SECTION 38-38-104 SHALL BE FILED WITH THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE AT LEAST FIFTEEN (15) CALENDAR DAYS PRIOR TO THE FIRST SCHEDULED SALE DATE OR ANY DATE TO WHICH THE SALE ISCONTINUED; A NOTICE OF INTENT TO REDEEM FILED PURSUANT TO SECTION 38-38-302 SHALL BE FILED WITH THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE WITHIN EIGHT (8) BUSINESS DAYS FOLLOWING THE SALE; DATE: 10/08/2010. Karen Arnold Public Trustee of Rio Blanco County, Stateof Colorado /s/Karen Arnold By: Karen Arnold, Public Trustee ( S E A L) PUBLIC TRUSTEE RIO BLANCO CO COLO. The name, address, telephone number and bar registration number of the attorney(s) representing the legal holder of the indebtedness is: Christa Kilk #29855, Deanne R. Stodden #33214, Jennifer C. Rogers #34682, Christopher T. Groen #39976, Peter C. DeCamillis #38929, Joanna D. Studeny #41740, Elizabeth S. Marcus #16092, Britney Beall-Eder #34935, Deanna L. Westfall #23449, Keith A. Gantenbein, Jr. #39213, Caren Jacobs Castle #11790, Barbara A. Bader #10394, Katharine E. Fisher #39230, Kimberly L. Martinez #40351. Castle, Meinhold & Stawiarski LLC, 999 18TH ST., #2201, DENVER, CO 80202 (303) 865-1400. The attorney above is acting as a debt collector and is attempting to collect a debt. Any information provided may be used for that purpose. Attorney file #: 10-19814 (c)Colorado Public Trustees’ Association Revised 12/2009.