Legal Notices: May 16, 2019

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of C. Alan Roberts, Deceased, Rio Blanco County District Court Case Number 19PR30004.
All persons having claims against the above-named estate are required to present them to the Personal Representative or to the District Court of Rio Blanco County, Colorado on or before August 30, 2019, or the claims may be forever barred.
Lisa K. Laird, Personal Representative
c/o Olszewski, Massih & Maurer, P.C.
P.O. Box 916
Glenwood Springs, CO 81602
Published: May 2, May 9, & May 16, 2019
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RIO BLANCO COUNTY
2019 Rangely Airport Hayes Building Roof Project
INVITATION FOR BID
PROJECT NAME, LOCATION AND GENERAL SCOPE OF WORK
RBC 2019 Rangely Airport Hayes Building Roof Project. Work includes but is not limited to the complete installation of a new roofing membrane system on the RBC Rangely Airport Hayes Building in accordance with the Project’s Scope of Work including, State, and local building code requirements.
WORK SCHEDULE
This project shall start May 28, 2019 and be completed by August 30, 2019.
INVITATION FOR BID DOCUMENTS
Invitation for Bid Documents will be available on-line at https://co-rioblancocounty.civicplus.com/bids.aspx on the County’s website on the Bid Postings page, or at the Rio Blanco County Historic Courthouse. 555 Main Street, Meeker, Colorado 81641.
PROJECT COORDINATOR AND QUESTIONS
Eric Jaquez, County Project Coordinator, (970) 878-9583. Email address: eric.jaquez@rbc.us Mailing address: Rio Blanco County Historic Courthouse, 555 Main Street, Meeker, CO 81641.
All Contractors must examine the site and become familiar with the site conditions. Any questions regarding this project are to be directed in writing to Eric Jaquez before May 16, 2019 at 5:00 P.M.
MANDATORY PRE-BID MEETING
Vendors must attend mandatory pre-bid meeting:
May 9, 2019 at 2:00 P.M. at the Rio Blanco County Rangely Airport Hayes Building at 2248 E. Main St. Rangely, CO 81648.
BID SUBMITTALS
Bids shall have Contractor’s name and address and “SEALED BID RBC 2019 RANGELY AIRPORT HAYES BUILDING ROOF PROJECT” written on the sealed envelope. All required documents shall be included with the bid or it shall be rejected.
Mailed bids are due on Friday, May 17, 2019. Do not depend on overnight delivery.
Hand delivered bids will be accepted no later than 11:00 A.M. on May 20, 2019.
Mailing: RBC Commissioners, P.O. Box 599, 555 Main St., Meeker, CO 81648
Hand-delivery address: RBC Commissioners Meeting Room, 1797 HWY 64.Annex Building, Rangely, CO 81648
BID OPENING
Bids shall be opened and read in public at 11:15 A.M. on May 20, 2019 at the Commissioners’ Meeting Room, 1797 HWY 64 RBC Annex Building Rangely, Colorado 81641. Bids submitted after 11:00 A.M. will be returned not opened. Bids submitted and opened shall not be withdrawn for 30 days thereafter.
BID PREFERENCE
C.R.S. 8-19-101, et.seq, shall be observed on all construction contracts on public projects. The law states that when a construction contract for a public project is to be awarded to a bidder, a resident bidder shall be allowed preference against a nonresident bidder from another state equal to the preference given or required by the state in which the nonresident bidder is a resident.
BID AWARD
The Rio Blanco County Board of County Commissioners reserve the right to reject any or all bids; to waive any informalities in bids; and to accept the bid that, in the opinion of the Board, is in the best interest of the County of Rio Blanco, State of Colorado.
RIO BLANCO COUNTY, COLORADO
Dated: April 29, 2019
By: Eric Jaquez, Project Coordinator
Published: May 2 and May 16, 2019
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APRIL 2019 DISBURSEMENTS
TOWN OF DINOSAUR
DISBURSEMENTS FOR APRIL 2019
Gross Salaries , $10,602.51
PERA , Monthly Contributions , $2,308.89
Colorado Dept of Revenue , CWT , $295.00
IRS , FWT/Med , $1,022.48
Centurylink , Phone bill and new system , $8,682.84
Moon Lake Electric, Electricity , $1,330.66
Rangely Trash Service, Trash Service , $82.00
Mesa County Health Dept , Water test , $20.00
Caselle Inc, Support , $340.00
Lizard Analytical Lab, Wastewater tests , $40.00
City of Grand Junction, Wastewater test , $153.00
Office Depot Calculator, envelopes, legal pads, rolodex , $149.84
Rio Blanco Herald Times, Disbursements, public notice , $93.86
Professional Touch, Truck repair , $809.51
CO Water Resources, Sewer Loan $2,500.00
Walmart, Bleach $94.88
Sav on Propane, Propane $250.52
R. Blakley , Water license $85.00
Sands Law Office , Professional services $76.50
NAPA , Filter, oil $82.51
COMDATA, Gas $345.17
Rangely True Value, Sand paper, pails, pump $353.62
Pinnacol Assurance, Workers Comp $2,255.00
Zions Bank, Gas, business cards, cell phone, MacAfee $458.30
TOTAL ACCOUNTS PAYABLE $32,432.09
Published: May 16, 2019
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COLUMBINE PARK ADVISORY BOARD
Minutes
May 6, 2019
The meeting was called to order at 4:01PM by Chair, Jay McLaughlin.
Board Members Present: Jay McLaughlin, Diane Sizemore, Kerri Knight, Susie Berardi.
Rio Blanco County Representatives: Eric Jaquez, Mark Litzelman
CNCC Representatives: Janet Mackay (Bursur), Carrie Olsen (Equine Instructor)
Others Present: Melanie Kessling
Announcements:
I. The newest Board member, Susie Berardi was introduced and accepted the position of Board Secretary.
A. Eric explained per the Colorado Sunshine Law for open meetings that all meetings of two or more members of any state public body where any public business is discussed must be open to the public, including meeting minutes. Therefore, from this meeting forward Board meetings will be made available online, at the Meeker Courthouse, the Rangely and Meeker Post Offices, and published in the Meeker Herald Times. Minutes will be submitted to Board members for approval within two days of the meeting then the Chair will forward them to Eris who will publish them.
II. All 2020 requested Capital Improvement Projects need to be turned into Eric Jaquez, RBC Facility Manager, in June, to be presented to the Board of County Commissioners for the 2020 Budget Review.
III. The new Columbine Park Administration Office is being organized and will be open in the near future.
IV. Public members using the Park riding facilities must pay $5.00/per horse per use
Rodeo arena discing schedule is Tuesday and Thursday
V. Eric’s staff will remove present turnout pens, grade them, and replace/relocate them in a safe but temporary manner
Old Business:
I. Priority tasks were reviewed from the April meeting, and Eric identified five focus projects to be completed in 2019
A. Turn-out paddocks/round pens will be designated for exercise with boarders alternating days using a color code system
B. Shed row stalls (24) will be regraded and reconfigured to allow equipment access for cleaning
C. Site survey analysis will be done for water access in turn-out area(s)
D. Indoor arena design will be determined
E. Sand will be distributed in the covered arena, and some sand may be relocated at each stall area for boarders to use in their stalls, more discussion to follow
II. It was noted that if the construction of the indoor arena is budgeted for  2020, it would most likely be the only Capital Improvement Project at Columbine Park that will be funded in the 2020 County Budget.
III. Budget requests in June 2019 may include three priority projects
A. New stalls to replace the eighteen Quonset stalls removed for hay storage
B. Stall mats to be laid in all stalls (minimal labor/free belting)with the County reviewing cutting and moving the belting into manageable mat sections
C. Enclosing the covered arena (further discussion warranted as the current Master Plan projects moving this arena
New Business
I. Susie presented findings for hay storage research. Using these factors– storing hay safely, at the least loss value, using existing facilities, at low to no cost and with minimal labor, her recommendations were to
— convert the Quonset into sectioned hay storage—approximately 40 sections
–contract in bulk for those who choose (Massey’s will negotiate rate w/delivery)
–individual sections will allow for restricted access for individual boarders
–indoor storage minimizes loss value to 5%
–will comply with safety requirement that hay should not be stored where horses are boarded
–shed boarders will store hay behind their stall—24 sections
–construct modified pole on west side of Red barn, sectioned for total horses boarded inside if Quonset does not offer enough storage
The Board and all present came to a consensus of agreement with these recommendations for the current approximate 70-horse stall capacity (Report attached)
III. Suggestions were made to allow rotational grazing in open areas for weed control.
A. Kerri Knight will research fencing, paddock size, and animals per paddock and present findings at the June meeting
III. Melanie Kessling suggested spreading pit manure in north facing outdoor arena with dragging/discing to maintain safe pack and watering to mitigate dust, more discussion to follow.
IV. Diane suggested considering removing greasewood in outlying areas, possibly considering planting native grasses in the future, more discussion may follow
V. Briefly discussed ideas for managing the facilities by designating appropriate tasks to the respective Park entity (e.g. County, College, etc.), more discussion to follow
VI. Discussed eliminating ‘free range’ boarding and removing all undesignated paddocks—panels, tape fencing, and other maverick enclosures
Next Meeting Agenda
I. June meeting will review and discuss the current Columbine Park Policy and Procedure Draft (attached) and Rough Draft list of topics to be discussed/included (attached)
Next Meeting: Monday, June 3, 4:00PM at the Columbine Park Administration Office (formerly the Jockey Shack/Vet Office)
Respectfully Submitted,
Susie Berardi
Secretary
Published: May 16, 2019
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RIO BLANCO COUNTY
2019 Rangely Airport Hayes Building Roof Project
INVITATION FOR BID
PROJECT NAME, LOCATION AND GENERAL SCOPE OF WORK
RBC 2019 Rangely Airport Hayes Building Roof Project. Work includes but is not limited to the complete installation of a new roofing membrane system on the RBC Rangely Airport Hayes Building in accordance with the Project’s Scope of Work including, State, and local building code requirements.
WORK SCHEDULE
This project shall start June 28, 2019 and be completed by August 30, 2019.
INVITATION FOR BID DOCUMENTS
Invitation for Bid Documents will be available on-line at https://co-rioblancocounty.civicplus.com/bids.aspx on the County’s website on the Bid Postings page, or at the Rio Blanco County Historic Courthouse. 555 Main Street, Meeker, Colorado 81641.
PROJECT COORDINATOR AND QUESTIONS
Eric Jaquez, County Project Coordinator, (970) 878-9583. Email address: eric.jaquez@rbc.us Mailing address: Rio Blanco County Historic Courthouse, 555 Main Street, Meeker, CO 81641.
All Contractors must examine the site and become familiar with the site conditions. Any questions regarding this project are to be directed in writing to Eric Jaquez before May 21, 2019 at 5:00 P.M.
MANDATORY PRE-BID MEETING
Vendors must attend mandatory pre-bid meeting:
May 17, 2019 at 10:00 A.M. at the Rio Blanco County Rangely Airport Hayes Building at 2248 E. Main St. Rangely, CO 81648.
BID SUBMITTALS
Bids shall have Contractor’s name and address and “SEALED BID RBC 2019 RANGELY AIRPORT HAYES BUILDING ROOF PROJECT” written on the sealed envelope. All required documents shall be included with the bid or it shall be rejected.
Mailed bids are due on Friday, May 24, 2019. Do not depend on overnight delivery.
Hand delivered bids will be accepted no later than 11:00 A.M. on May 27, 2019.
Mailing: RBC Commissioners, P.O. Box 599, 555 Main St., Meeker, CO 81648
Hand-delivery address: RBC Commissioners Meeting Room, 555 Main Street. RBC Historic Courthouse, Meeker, CO 81641
BID OPENING
Bids shall be opened and read in public at 11:15 A.M. on May 27, 2019 at the Commissioners’ Meeting Room, 555 Main Street RBC Historic Courthouse Meeker, Colorado 81641. Bids submitted after 11:00 A.M. will be returned not opened. Bids submitted and opened shall not be withdrawn for 30 days thereafter.
BID PREFERENCE
C.R.S. 8-19-101, et.seq, shall be observed on all construction contracts on public projects. The law states that when a construction contract for a public project is to be awarded to a bidder, a resident bidder shall be allowed preference against a nonresident bidder from another state equal to the preference given or required by the state in which the nonresident bidder is a resident.
BID AWARD
The Rio Blanco County Board of County Commissioners reserve the right to reject any or all bids; to waive any informalities in bids; and to accept the bid that, in the opinion of the Board, is in the best interest of the County of Rio Blanco, State of Colorado. RIO BLANCO COUNTY, COLORADO
Dated: May 09, 2019
By: Eric Jaquez, Project Coordinator
Published: May 16, and May 23, 2019
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Notice of Public Hearings
The Board of Directors of Moon Lake Electric Association Inc. will hold public hearings to explain proposed changes to various Tariff Rates and Regulations, and receive input from Members regarding the changes. The dates and locations are as follows:
May 22, 2019 — Moon Lake Office at 800 West Hwy 40 in Roosevelt, Utah –11:00 am.
May 23, 2019 — Town Hall at 209 East Main in Rangely, Colorado — 11:00 am.
Minor Issues
– Adjustment to the Three Phase Net Metering Rate.
– Elimination of the Greenway Rate.
– Adjustment of hours relating to Time of Day Rates.
– Language changes regarding various Regulations on Deposits, Taxes, and Line Extensions.
Major Issues
– Creation of industrial rates specific to large power oil and gas extraction and processing.
– Changes to the large Customer Tariff Rate for loads above 2500 kw, and not included in an Oil and Gas Rate, or a Contract.
– Implementation of ongoing assurance bonds in lieu of deposits on large loads. – Implementation of System Capacity Fees on all new services or upgrades.
If you have questions please call the Roosevelt Office at (435) 722-5400.
Published May 16 and 23, 2019
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TOWN OF MEEKER
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
7:00 P.M. Board Meeting
Town Hall
345 Market Street, Meeker, CO
I. Call to Order
II. Pledge of Allegiance
III. Roll Call
IV. Approval of the Agenda
V. Approval of the Previous Minutes
VI. Approval of Monthly Disbursements
VII. Public Participation
This is an opportunity for Citizens to bring comments and questions to the Board of Trustees not being addressed in the Regular Meeting Agenda.  In consideration of other regularly scheduled agenda items, comments will be limited to 3 minutes or less.  Citizens are asked to approach the podium state their name and address for the record.
VIII. Staff Updates
IX. Bid Opening of the Water Tank Drain Line project.
X. Mayor’s Remarks
XI. Town Manager’s Report
XII. Town Attorney’s Report
XIII. Other Board Business
XIV. Executive Session pursuant to C.R.S. Section 24-6-402(4)(b) to receive legal advice on specific legal questions.
XV. Adjournment
Published: May 16, 2019
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PUBLIC NOTICE
The Town of Meeker is seeking letters of interest from qualified individuals for a position on the Meeker Planning Commission. The position will be filled by an appointment made by the Board of Trustees at its regular Board Meeting to be held June 4, 2019. Letters of interest must be received at Town Hall, 345 Market Street, Meeker, Colorado 81641 no later than 5:00 P.M. on Wednesday, May 29, 2019. Qualifications for the Planning Commission member position are 1) Registered voter within the Town of Meeker, 2) Eighteen years of age or older, and 3) must have resided in the Town of Meeker for at least twelve consecutive months immediately preceding the date of appointment. The length of appointment will be until May 2021 at which time the appointed individual may seek another 3-year reappointment from the Town Board.
For further information, please call Town Hall 878-5344.
Published: May 16th and 23rd, 2019
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Meeker Sanitation District
Accounts Payable
April 30, 2019
Total Payroll , $16,037.91
Quickbooks Payroll Svc. Direct Deposit Fee , $31.75
Federal Tax Withholding , $2,143.00
Social Security Withholding , $2,854.40
Medicare Withholding , $667.59
PERA Retirement , $5,151.56
U.S. Postal Service: Postage , $291.37
CEBT: Health, Dental, Vision, Life Ins. , $10,791.81
AFLAC: Employee Accident Ins. , $41.22
Airgas Intermountain: Safety Supplies , $123.84
Atmos Energy: Natural Gas Svc. , $1,730.87
Bank of The San Juans: NSF Check Charge , $2.00
Boyko Supply: Trash Bags , $77.64
Century Link: Telephone Svc , $321.79
Cimarron Telecom: Broadband , $140.00
Ducey’s Electric: LED Lights , $2,678.17
First Bankcard Visa: Office Supplies, Education , $370.48
McGuire Auto Parts: Vehicle Maint. , $327.94
Meeker San District: Replenish Petty Cash , $82.26
Office Depot: Office Supplies , $279.99
Pioneers Medical Center: DOT Physical , $105.00
RBC Fleet Management: Fuel , $401.04
Rio Blanco Herald Times: Publish Accts Payable , $20.64
Samuelson’s Hardware: Misc. Supplies , $42.40
Town of Meeker: Water Svc. , $24.00
USA BlueBook: Signage , $702.11
Utility Notification Center: Line Locates , $51.12
Valley Hardware: Trash Bags , $13.99
Venture Technologies: Internet Cloud Svc. , $130.25
Watt’s: Misc. Supplies , $89.34
WREA: Electric Svc. , $6,304.58
Total Accounts Payable , $52,030.06
Published: May 16, 2019
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Matter of the Estate of
Alice K. Coulter, Deceased
Rio Blanco County District Court
Case No. 2019PR30005
All persons having claims against the above-named estate are required to present them to the personal representative or to the District Court of Rio Blanco County, Colorado, on or before September 30, 2019 or the claims may be forever barred.
Joshua S.P. Coulter, 129 Harvest Drive, Hayden, CO 81639
Published: May 16, 23 and 30, 2019
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MEEKER SCHOOL DISTRICT RE-1
Board of Education Regular Meeting
555 Garfield Street
Meeker, CO  81641
May 20, 2019 – 7:00 p.m.
1.Call to Order and Roll Call
2.Pledge of Allegiance:  Mr. Allen will lead the Pledge of Allegiance
3.Welcome of Guests
4.Approval of Agenda
Student Celebrations: District Spelling Bee – Montey Franklin
General Public Comment Session:  (comments limited to three minutes)
Public/Committee Reports:  DAC, Meeker Education Foundation, BOCES
Principal Reports:
1.Meeker Elementary School – Kathy Collins
2.Barone Middle School – Jim Hanks
3.Meeker High School – Amy Chinn
Superintendent Report
1.Report Attached
2.Presentation:  2019-2020 Preliminary Budget
Consent Agenda:
1.Approval:  Minutes from Regular Board Meeting on April 22, 2019
2.Acceptance:  Financial Reports and Check Vouchers for April 2019
3.Approval:  2019-2020 ESEA Consolidated Programs Application
4.Approval:  2019-2020 Superintendent Evaluation Summary
5.Acceptance:  Resignation – Samantha Gourney (Assistant Softball Coach)
Action Items:
1.Approval:  Personnel Hires – 2019-2020 Coaches as Presented
2.Approval:  Algebra 1 Textbooks from McGraw Hill
3.Approval:  Staff Computer Purchase from CDWG
4.Approval:  Construction Project Change Order Authority Resolution
5.Approval:  Family Engagement Policies – KBA & KBA-E (2nd Reading)
6.Approval:  Staff Hiring and Transfer Policies – GCE/GCF, GDE/GDF, GCKA (2nd Reading)
Other BOE Information:
1.Construction Project Update
2.Graduation Week Activities
3.Employment of Retired Staff Members – GBQEB (1st Reading)
4.Support Staff Vacations and Holidays – GDD (1st Reading)
Executive Session (if needed):  
Adjournment
Published: May 16, 2019
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NOTICE OF PROPOSED SCHOOL BUDGET
Notice is hereby given that a proposed budget has been submitted to the Board of Education of Meeker School District Re-1, Rio Blanco County, for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020; and has been filed in the office of the superintendent where it is available for public inspection. Such proposed budget will be considered for adoption at a regular meeting of the Board of Education of said district at the School Administration Building on Monday, June 10, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.
Any person paying school taxes in said district may at any time prior to the final adoption of the budget file or register his objections thereto.
Board of Education
Meeker School District Re-1
/s/ David W. Smith
Secretary of the Board
Published: May 16, 2019
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Board of County Commissioners of
Rio Blanco County, Colorado
Rio Blanco County Annex Building
17497 Highway 64
Rangely, Colorado 81648
Tentative Agenda May 20, 2019
Public Comment: Any member of the public may address the Board on matters which are within the jurisdiction of the Board. If you are addressing the Board regarding a matter listed on the Agenda, you are requested to make your comments when the Board takes that matter. Please limit your comments to three minutes per member or five minutes per group. The public comment time is not for questions and answers. It is your time to express your views.
1. 11:00 a.m. Call to order:
A. Pledge of Allegiance 
B. Changes to May 20, 2019 Agenda
1)
2)
C. Move to Approve the May 20, 2019 Agenda including any changes. 
2. CONSENT AGENDA FOR MAY 20, 2019
Items of routine and non-controversial nature are placed on the consent agenda. Any Commissioner or member of the audience may request an item be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered separately on the regular agenda prior to action being taken by the Board on the Consent Agenda.
A. Move to Approve the below listed items of the Consent Agenda.
B. Consideration of the Board of County Commissioners of Rio Blanco County, Colorado Meeting Minutes for May 13, 2019. 
3. BUSINESS
A. Move to Approve/Deny a letter of notification that Transport Risk Management, Inc. is appointed as the exclusive Broker of Record for the Meeker and Rangely Airport insurance. 
B. Move to acknowledge a letter from the Board of County Commissioners of Rio Blanco County to the Colorado Wildlife Commission opposing the Citizens Petition to prohibit trapping of bobcats in Colorado, and authorize execution out of session. 
C. Move to Approve/Deny a donation to the Rio Blanco Shooting Sports Council in the amount of $1,000.00. 
D. Move to Approve/Deny a donation to the Rocky Mountain Youth Corps in the amount of $1,000.00. 
E. Move to Approve/Deny the hiring of the open position of Economic Development Administrative Assistant or Specialist, in an amount not to exceed the 2019 appropriation. 
F. Move to Approve/Deny the hiring of the open position of Rangely Road & Bridge Operator, in an amount not to exceed the 2019 appropriation. 
G. Move to Approve/Deny the hiring of the open position of Temporary Weed Control Assistant, in an amount not to exceed the 2019 appropriation. 
4. BID OPENINGS
A. None. 
5.BID AWARDS
A. None. 
6. MOU’s, CONTRACTS, AND AGREEMENTS
A. None. 
7. RESOLUTIONS
A. None. 
8. OTHER BUSINESS
A. Public Comment
B. County Commissioners’ Updates
9. PUBLIC HEARINGS
A. None. 
Adjourn
The agenda is provided for informational purposes only; all times are approximate. Agenda items will normally be considered in the order they appear on the agenda. However, the Board may alter the Agenda, take breaks during the meeting, work through the noon hour and even continue an item for a future meeting date. The Board, while in session, may consider other items that are brought before it. Scheduled items may be continued if the Board is unable to complete the Agenda as scheduled.
The next regular Board meeting is tentatively scheduled for Tuesday, May 28, 2019 in the Rio Blanco County Historic Courthouse, 555 Main Street, 3rd Floor, Commissioners Hearing Room, in Meeker, Colorado.  Please check the County’s website for information at http://rbc.us/186/Board-of-County-Commissioners. If you need special accommodations please call 970-878-9431 in advance of the meeting so that reasonable accommodations may be made. 
Published: May 16, 2019
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Fair Board Meeting
May 23, 2019 @ 6:00 PM
Rangely Annex Building
Published: May 16 and 23, 2019
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PAYROLL ACCOUNTS PAYABLE
TOWN OF MEEKER
4/30/19 Disbursements
GENERAL FUND
Town of Meeker, Total Payroll, $12,694.00
A-1 Collection Agency, Employee Payment, $342.80
CCOERA, Employee Retirement / PD, $2,639.40
CCOERA, Employee Retirement, $6,350.32
CCOERA, Employee Loan Payments, $1,480.16
CEBT, Health, Dental, Vision & Life Ins., $17,503.33
Meszaros, Scott, Health Ins., $957.83
Employee Withholding, Federal Withholding, $4,060.98
Employee Withholding, State Withholding, $1,833.22
Employee Withholding, Medicare Withholding, $1,708.00
Employee Withholding, SS Withholding, $4,535.06
MHRC, Employee Donation, $26.50
Standard Insurance Co., Life/AD&D Insurance, $727.89
Washington Nat. Ins., Cancer Ins., $192.32
Petty Cash, Prongs for File Folders, $17.30
Action Shop, Demo Saw Parts / Shop, $56.15
Alexander Clark Print, Uniform Citations, $422.35
All Copy Products, Copier Lease, $552.96
Alsco, Coveralls, $21.53
Atmos, March Gas, $525.88
Atmos, March Gas / Shop, $612.32
Axis Steel, Steel, $54.50
Axon Enterprise, Inc., Taser Cartridges, $198.00
Better City, Services, $2,000.00
CACP, Yearly Membership, $187.50
Century Link, Phone Svc., $455.69
Century Link, Phone Svc., $457.27
Chamber, Phase 3 Flower Pot Proj., $1,706.00
CMRS, Reimb. March & April Pstg., $103.41
Colo. State Treasurer, 1st Qtr. Unemp., $520.58
Curtis Blue Line, Uniforms, $135.11
Curtis Blue Line, Uniform Jacket, $82.00
Document Security, Document Destruction, $109.00
Eagle River Waste, Trash Svc., $214.00
Eagle River Waste, March Trash Svc., $163.00
Gall’s, Name Tag & Uniform Pants, $163.65
Herald Times, Legal Publications, $876.06
Lexipol, Policy Manual Sub., $3,585.00
McGuire Auto, Ear Plugs, Air Filters, Motor Oil, $400.79
Meeker Auto, Rags, Wiper Blades, $131.66
MGM, 2 Gates / Ute Park, $219.96
MSG, Gravel, $448.21
Mtn. Cross Eng., Eng. Chip Seal Proj., $1,395.60
Mtn. West Sane Alli., Exam, $500.00
MVB VISA, CML & Lodging, Weed School,, $1,561.12
, Phone Svc., Office Supplies ,
Net. of the Rockies, Trouble Shooting, $600.00
Net. of the Rockies, Microsoft 365 Lic., New PD User, $6,725.00
Noble, Laurie Atty., Muni Judge Svc. & Travel, $405.00
Olszewski, Massih, April Legal Fees, $3,534.66
Overton Recycling Inc., Recycling Svc., $1,000.00
ProRider, Inc., Helmets for Bike Rodeo, $213.00
RBC Fleet Mgt., Fuel, $1,293.29
RBC ICT Dept., Internet Svc., $164.00
RBC Sales & Use Tax, Sales & Use Tax Adj., $3,258.91
RBC Sheriff, 2nd Qtr. Dispatch Svc., $11,250.00
RG & Assoc., Planning Svc., $607.50
RG & Assoc., Planning Svc., $922.00
RMR, Reserve Acct. Claims, $1,817.94
RMR, Monthly Admin. Fee, $69.95
Rocky Mtn. Youth, Summer Youth Prog. Donation, $2,000.00
Samuelson’s, Paint Upstairs / Bldg., $833.48
Samuelson’s, Paint, Shelving, $696.56
T Rose Ect., Patches, $48.00
Union Tele., Cell Phone Svc., $514.01
Valley Hardware, Entry Lock / PD; Misc. Bldg., $345.35
Valley Hardware, Paint, Texture Spray, $213.30
Vet Clinic, Spay Neuter Grant, $925.00
Water Pump & Supply, Pump – Motor / Ute Park Irrg., $12,754.58
Watt’s, Dog Treats / AC, $45.75
Watt’s, Cleaning, Office Supplies, $88.56
White River Dist., Water Cooler Rental, Water, $96.00
White River Elect., Electricity, $1,963.46
Wyatt’s, Ammo, $224.45
WATER FUND
Town of Meeker, Total Payroll, $12,694.56
A-1 Collection Agency, Employee Payment, $342.80
CCOERA, Employee Retirement, $2,593.80
CCOERA, Employee Loans, $869.55
CEBT, Health, Dental, Vision & Life Ins., $8,621.05
Meszaros, Scott, Health Ins., $815.92
Employee Withholding, SS Withholding, $2,663.46
Employee Withholding, Medicare Withholding, $631.72
Employee Withholding, Federal Withholding, $1,658.71
Employee Withholding, State Withholding, $748.78
MHRC, Employee Donation, $18.50
Standard In. Co., Life/AD&D Insurance, $374.98
Washington National Ins. C, o. Cancer Ins., $103.18
US Postmaster, Water Billing Pstg., $182.14
Action Shop, Demo Saw Parts / Shop, $56.15
All Copy Products, Copier Lease, $107.92
Alsco, Coveralls, $21.53
Atmos, Gas, $612.32
Axis Steel, Steel, $54.50
Century Link, Phone Svc., $93.07
Century Link, Phone Svc., $93.65
CMRS, Reimb. March & April Pstg., $282.00
Colo. State Treasurer, 1st Qtr. Unemployment, $182.98
Core & Main, Waterline Rep. Kit, $815.00
DPC Industries, Canister Chg., $80.00
Gould Construction, Install Water Line & Well Pumps, Elec,trical S$y1s4. 7&, 4P9ip6i.n2g7
Herald Times, Legal Publications, $846.43
Ma Famiglia, Meal / Water Leak, $22.21
McGuire Auto, Motor Oil, Ear Plugs, $201.74
MCHDRL, Water Test, $40.00
Meeker Auto, Rags, Wiper Blades, Grinding Wheel /, Shop; Line$ 3L3o4ca.3te1 Paint
Meeker Sand & Gravel, 3/4’’ Road Base / Water Leak, $480.70
Mtn. Cross Eng., Water System Engineering, $412.50
MVB VISA, Meals / Water Leak, Phone Svc., Offic,e Supplies$100.65
Olszewski, Massih, Legal Fees, $692.84
RBC Fleet Mgt., Fuel, $450.90
RBC ICT Dept., Internet Svc., $36.00
RMR, Reserve Acct. Claims, $543.02
RMR, Monthly Admin. Fee, $20.05
Samuelson’s, Bit Set, $38.55
Samuelson’s, Misc. Stock, $83.23
Timberline Elec., I Global Software Renewal, $2,370.00
UNCC, Line Locates, $113.60
Union Telephone, Cell Phone Svc., $83.92
Valley Hardware, Trash Bags, Weed & Feed; Misc. Supp, lies $206.30
Valley Hardware, Fittings / Pumphouse, Saw Blade, $178.94
Watt’s, Toilet Tissue / Shop, $19.39
Watt’s, Office Supplies, $7.87
White River Con., Drinks / Water Leak, $9.85
White River Elect., Electricity, $2,374.01
Total Both Funds $317,419.71
Published May 16, 2019
Rio Blanco Herald Times
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RIO BLANCO COUNTY
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE PUBLICATION LIST
APRIL 30, 2019
FUND:GENERAL
VENDOR NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, AMOUNT
CO CTYS CASULTY & PRPTY POOL, PRCH SVCS, (1,080.00)
McGUIRE AUTO, PARTS, (239.80)
CO COUNTY ATTY’S ASSN, DUES, 600.00
COLORADO CTYS, PRCH SVCS, 1,080.00
GLOBAL CONNECTION, CMMTY SVCS, 250.00
MCGUIRE AUTO, PARTS, 239.80
RBC FARM, CMMTY SVCS, 200.00
RANGELY, TOWN OF, CMMTY SVCS, 200.00
ALL ST COMM, PRCH SVCS, 14,743.16
ALSCO, PRCH SVCS, 1,353.10
AMAZON, SPPLY, 2,068.24
ANDERSON REPORTS, PRCH SVCS, 750.00
ASSOCIATED GOV, DNSR WLCM, 2,500.00
ATMOS ENERGY, UTL, 604.81
ATMOS ENERGY, UTL, 379.83
ATMOS ENERGY, UTL, 324.48
ATMOS ENERGY, UTL, 130.63
ATMOS ENERGY, UTL, 585.02
ATMOS ENERGY, UTL, 190.60
ATMOS ENERGY, UTL, 774.01
MAKALA BATRON, PRCH SVCS, 91.64
BOYKO, SPPLY, 694.80
CALLYO, SPPLY, 2,990.00
CAMPBELL, BOOTS, PRCH SVCS, 653.20
CENTURYLINK-LND LN, LND LINE, 569.44
CENTURYLINK, PRCH SVCS, 236.69
CENTURYLINK-LND LN, LND LINE, 768.71
CIVICPLUS, PRCH SVCS, 9,600.00
CNCC, CNTRCT SVCS, 2,500.00
CO DIV OF FIRE, SPPLY, 200.00
CO LAW ENFORCEMENT, TRNNG/DEV, 750.00
CO STATE TREAS, UNEMPLMNT, 401.00
CO, STATE OF, PRCH SVCS, 393.30
CREATIVE CULTURE, UNFRM/CLTH, 324.00
CUNNINGHAM SWAIM, PROF SVCS, 7,490.67
DA OFFICE, PRCH SVCS, 20,995.08
DOUBLETREE HOTEL, PRCH SVCS, 417.00
DUCEY’S ELEC, PRCH SVCS, 585.00
DUNGAN, JOSEPH, PRCH SVCS, 174.00
EAGLE RIVER WASTE, UTL, 1,267.00
ERBC, S&R, 280.00
EMD OF CO, TRNNG/DEV, 225.00
FARRAND, CARLA, PRCH SVCS, 367.72
FASTTRACK, LND LINE, 355.14
FIBERSTORE, SPPLY, 267.40
FIRST ADVANTAGE, PRCH SVCS, 120.15
GALL’S, UNFRM/CLTH, 217.49
GOULD, STACEY, PRCH SVCS, 13.00
GOVCONNECTION, PRCH SVCS, 12,048.17
GOV FINANCE OFC, PRCH SVCS, 170.00
JEO CONSULTING, PRCH SVCS, 3,450.00
KINSCO, UNFRM/CLTH, 554.89
LEWIS, JAYDA, TRVL, 83.00
MEEKER AIRPORT, CNTRCT SVCS, 3,500.00
MEEKER DRUGS, SPPLY, 239.45
MGM, SPPLY, 49.99
MEEKER SANITATION DIST, UTL, 730.00
MEEKER SCHOOL DIST, SPPLY, 1,025.00
MEEKER, TOWN OF, UTL, 841.80
MICRO PLASTICS, PRCH SVCS, 18.06
MOON LAKE, UTL, 3,059.63
MOTOROLA, SPPLY, 4,988.25
MOUNTAIN RAD, PRCH SVCS, 270.00
MVB VISA, PRCH SVCS, 13,930.19
MUXLOW, JEREMY, ADVC, 187.00
NICHOLS STORE, FOOD SPPLY, 1,157.37
PITNEY BOWES RES, PRCH SVCS, 479.64
QUILL, SPPLY, 56.27
QYPSYS, SPPLY, 555.50
RANGELY, TOWN OF, UTL, 1,459.59
RANGELY TRASH, UTL, 320.50
RANGELY TRUE VALUE, SPPLY, 42.84
RBC CLERK & REC, PRCH SVCS, 155.00
RBC S&R, S&R, 300.00
RBC SHERIFF’S OFFICE, PRCH SVCS, 200.00
REIST, MICHAEL, ADVC, 187.00
RESPOND FIRST AID, SPPLY, 95.84
RB HERALD TIME, PRCH SVCS, 1,023.81
RPI CONSULTING, REDI/UTA DOLA, 3,900.00
SAMUELSON, SPPLY, 64.98
SANITARY SUPPLY, SPPLY, 2,316.67
SGM, PRCH SVCS, 3,265.00
SECURITY TRANSPORT SVCS, PRCH SVCS, 1,309.64
SHI INTL, SPPLY, 9,262.94
SHULTS, TERA, TRVL, 120.00
SMITH, DAVON, TRVL, 300.00
ST. MARY’S HOSP, PRCH SVCS, 6,476.65
STAPLES, SPPLY, 845.45
STRATA, UTL, 1,016.40
TEST GAUGE, TOOLS, 782.51
THINK AGENCY, REDI/UTA DOLA, 4,000.00
TRANE US, RPR/MNTC-BLDG, 6,694.02
TURNKEY CORRECTIONS, SPPLY, 6.00
TYLER TECH, PRCH SVCS, 6,039.35
UNION, PRCH SVCS, 962.62
US GEO SURVEY, WTR STDY, 20,318.00
USDA, APHIS, CNTRCT SVCS, 2,901.98
VALLEY HARDWARE, SPPLY, 1,925.53
VALUE WEST, PRCH SVCS, 2,260.00
EMMA VAUGHN, TRVL, 245.92
VOIANCE LANGUAGE, PRCH SVCS, 50.00
WATT’S, FOOD SPPLY, 1,454.51
WHITE RIVER DIST, SPPLY, 302.55
WREA, UTL, 13,820.19
WINSUPPLY OF GJ, RPR/MNTC-BLDG, 114.06
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FED W/H, 29,310.29
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, 52,620.02
CO STATE WITHHOLDINGS, STATE W/H, 10,914.44
GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, 40,602.12
COUNTY HEALTH POOL, INSURANCE, 118,882.70
GENERAL FUND TOTAL: 472,864.64
FUND: CAPITAL EXPENSE
VENDOR NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, AMOUNT
VENTURE TECH, IT, 4,872.00
CAPITAL EXPENSE FUND TOTAL:, , 4,872.00
FUND: ROAD & BRIDGE
VENDOR NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, AMOUNT
MEEKER, TOWN OF, AP MUNC, 9,886.13
RANGELY, TOWN OF, AP MUNC, 7,760.17
AIRGAS, SPPLY, 110.25
ALSCO, PRCH SVCS, 163.28
AMERICAN PUBLIC WORKS, TRNNG/DEV, 202.00
CKC FIELD SVCS, CNTRCT SVCS, 15,307.50
CO BOARD OF LAND COMM, PRCH SVCS, 120.00
CO STATE TREAS, UNEMPLMNT, 5,712.00
G.A. WESTERN CONST, CNTRCT SVCS, 35,534.05
GMCO, DUST CNTRL, 139,110.55
GROENDYKE TRANSPORT, RD MTRL, 1,100.93
J.J. KELLER & ASSOC, TRNNG/DEV, 295.00
LYLE SIGNS, SIGN MTRL, 201.87
MSG, CLVRT INV, 844.40
MVB VISA, PRCH SVCS, (222.97)
OFFICE DEPOT, SPPLY, 278.62
PETERSON METAL PROD, RD MTRL, 4,533.00
PITNEY BOWES RES, PRCH SVCS, 37.95
RANGELY TRUE VALUE, SPPLY, 33.22
RESPOND FIRST AID, SPPLY, 55.53
RB HERALD TIME, PRCH SVCS, 199.36
SAFETY AND CONST, SPPLY, 632.92
SKILLPATH SEMINARS, TRNNG/DEV, 300.87
TRITON ENVIRO, RD MTRL, 375.00
UNION TELEPHONE, PRCH SVCS, 155.78
VALLEY HARDWARE, SPPLY, 48.93
WREA, UTL, 93.68
SUNCOR ENERGY, RD MTRL, 3,441.90
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FED W/H, 11,645.07
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, 22,886.67
CO STATE WITHHOLDINGS, STATE W/H, 4,644.00
GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, 17,985.91
COUNTY HEALTH POOL, INSURANCE, 58,818.11
ROAD & BRIDGE FUND TOTAL: 342,291.68
FUND: PUBLIC HEALTH
VENDOR NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, AMOUNT
AMAZON, SPPLY, 1.38
RACHEL GATES, PRCH SVCS, 2,782.00
ALICE HARVEY, PRCH SVCS, 40.00
HOLLY KNOWLES, SPPLY, 33.31
MOORE MEDICAL, SPPLY, 26.00
MVB VISA, SPPLY, 115.00
PMC, PRCH SVCS, 50.00
PRIORITY HEALTH CARE, SPPLY, 17.96
RANGE CALL, PRCH SVCS, 5,000.00
RANGELY DIST HOSP, PRCH SVCS, 107.20
DENISE SHERIDAN, PRCH SVCS, 198.00
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FED W/H, 922.02
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, 2,416.16
CO STATE WITHHOLDINGS, STATE W/H, 399.80
GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, 2,024.22
COUNTY HEALTH POOL, INSURANCE, 4,503.92
PUBLIC HEALTH FUND TOTAL: 18,636.97
FUND: DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES
VENDOR NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, AMOUNT
BARB BOFINGER, PRCH SVCS, 219.24
CENTURYLINK, PRCH SVCS, 71.96
CUNNINGHAM SWAIM, PRCH SVCS, 4,009.33
PITNEY BOWES RES, CNTY EXPS, 25.50
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FED W/H, 45.80
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FED W/H, 3,581.80
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, 225.62
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, 6,243.46
CO STATE WITHHOLDINGS, STATE W/H, 28.00
CO STATE WITHHOLDINGS, STATE W/H, 1,452.01
GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, 4,679.83
COUNTY HEALTH POOL, INSURANCE, 14,809.22
AP PAYMENTS, 7,230.55
DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES FUND TOTAL: 42,622.32
FUND: CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
VENDOR NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, AMOUNT
ROGER & JANET CLARK, BRDBND IMP, 5,000.00
GRAND RIVER INST, BRDBND IMP, 4,800.00
ISP SUPPLES, BRDBND IMP, 22,454.97
SGM, MKR CRTHS, 1,935.00
STEWART WELDING, BRDBND IMP, 73,394.24
ALLEN & RHONNA WALDREF, BRDBND IMP, 5,000.00
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND TOTAL: 112,584.21
FUND:USE TAX
VENDOR NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, AMOUNT
BARB BOFINGER, PRCH SVCS, 51.04
BOYKO, SPPLY, 63.00
CENTURYLINK-LND LN, MKR SFHS, 55.98
GIANT STEP PRESCHOOL, GIANT STP PRESCHL, 1,019.00
MEEKER CHMBR OF COMM, MKR CHMBR, 10,000.00
MOON LAKE, UTL, 620.18
NICKSON, ANNALEE, PRCH SVCS, 38.30
PITNEY BOWES RES, PRCH SVCS, 10.00
RANGELY, TOWN OF, UTL, 336.93
RANGELY TRASH, UTL, 166.00
RANGELY TRUE VALUE, SPPLY, 1,271.42
RB HERALD TIME, PRCH SVCS, 56.25
ROUTT COUNTY COUNCIL, FOOD SPPLY, 379.44
U.S. FOODS, SPPLY, 6,271.74
WATT’S RANCH MARKET, NSIP FOOD SPPLY, 476.69
WHITE RIVER MARKET, NSIP FOOD SPPLY, 271.68
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FED W/H, 1,705.32
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, 3,287.82
CO STATE WITHHOLDINGS, STATE W/H, 701.75
GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, 2,457.48
COUNTY HEALTH POOL, INSURANCE, 9,471.52
FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY, WAGE ASNMT, 420.00
USE TAX FUND TOTAL: 39,131.54
FUND: IMPACT FEES
VENDOR NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, AMOUNT
TERRA ENERGY PARTNERS, REFND-IMPCT, 652,860.00
IMPACT FEES FUND TOTAL: 652,860.00
FUND: SOLID WASTE
VENDOR NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, AMOUNT
CAROLINA SOFTWARE, PRCH SVCS, 300.00
CDPH, PRCH SVCS, 500.00
MVB VISA, TRNNG/DEV, 1,050.00
PITNEY BOWES RES, PRCH SVCS, 5.80
REDI SERVICES/WY, PRCH SVCS, 80.00
SOUDER, MILLER & ASSOC, CLSR & POS, 9,066.56
UNION, PRCH SVCS, 53.58
WHITE RIVER DIST, PRCH SVCS, 15.00
WREA, UTL, 543.93
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FED W/H, 1,439.06
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, 2,144.02
CO STATE WITHHOLDINGS, STATE W/H, 500.00
GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, 1,087.32
COUNTY HEALTH POOL, INSURANCE, 5,179.30
SOLID WASTE FUND TOTAL: 21,964.57
FUND: WEED & PEST
VENDOR NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, AMOUNT
DULTMEIER SALES, SPPLY, 202.82
PITNEY BOWES RES, PRCH SVCS, 2.80
VALLEY HARDWARE, SPPLY, 66.49
VAN DIEST SUPPLY, CHEM USED, 2,509.32
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FED W/H, 447.16
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, 693.16
CO STATE WITHHOLDINGS, STATE W/H, 167.00
GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, 500.16
COUNTY HEALTH POOL, INSURANCE, 922.10
WEED & PEST FUND TOTAL: 5,511.01
FUND: COMMUNICATIONS
VENDOR NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, AMOUNT
AMAZON, SPPLY, 980.52
FIBERSTORE, SPPLY, 3,560.34
KPE LOCATING SVCS, PRCH SVCS, 2,680.00
MAMMOTH NET, PRCH SVCS, 9,480.93
MASTER PETROLEUM, PRCH SVCS, 41.03
MVB VISA, PRCH SVCS, 70.98
NOANET, PRCH SVCS, 544.00
PITNEY BOWES RES, PRCH SVCS, 3.50
RB HERALD TIME, PRCH SVCS, 10.08
UTILITY NOTIFICATION, PRCH SVCS, 68.16
WESTERN SLOPE INFO, PRCH SVCS, 468.75
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FED W/H, 1,297.45
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, 2,029.04
CO STATE WITHHOLDINGS, STATE W/H, 449.00
GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, 1,162.90
COUNTY HEALTH POOL, INSURANCE, 4,780.95
COMMUNICATIONS FUND TOTAL: 27,627.63
FUND: FAIRFIELD
VENDOR NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, AMOUNT
ATMOS ENERGY, UTL, 708.04
BOYKO, SPPLY, 804.27
EAGLE RIVER WASTE, UTL, 345.00
MEEKER SANITATION, UTL, 35.00
MEEKER, TOWN OF, UTL, 588.00
MVB VISA, SPPLY, 204.33
SAMUELSON, SPPLY, 247.06
VALLEY HARDWARE, SPPLY, 7.99
WREA, UTL, 1,739.49
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FED W/H, 226.11
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, 783.76
CO STATE WITHHOLDINGS, STATE W/H, 100.00
GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, 596.38
COUNTY HEALTH POOL, INSURANCE, 2,133.40
FAIRFIELD FUND TOTAL: 8,518.83
FUND: CENTRAL SERVICES
VENDOR NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, AMOUNT
ALL COPY PROD, CNTRCT SVCS, 624.82
PITNEY BOWES RES, PSTG, 21.41
CENTRAL SERVICES FUND TOTAL: 646.23
FUND: FLEET
VENDOR NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, AMOUNT
MCGUIRE AUTO, -2975.24
MCGUIRE AUTO, LUBE, 1,683.40
ABI ATTACHMENTS, PARTS/ACCS, 1,008.92
BEST DEAL SPRINGS, SPPLY, 202.99
BOYKO, SPPLY, 97.60
COLUMBINE FORD, RPR/MNTC, 704.55
EATON SALES & SERVICE,, SPPLY, 469.80
FARIS MACHINERY, PARTS/ACCS, 72.84
GCR TIRES & SVCS, TIRES, 7,063.04
GILBARCO, PRCH SVCS, 130.38
HONNEN EQUIP, PARTS/ACCS, 3,748.13
JACKSON GROUP, PARTS/ACCS, 94.35
J.J. KELLER & ASSOC, SPPLY, 1,120.37
KIMBALL MIDWEST, SPPLY, 518.81
KOIS BROTHERS EQUIP, PARTS/ACCS, 2,103.89
MASTER PETROLEUM, GAS, 51,082.85
MCGUIRE AUTO, LUBE, 1,561.99
MEEKER AUTO, SPPLY, 3,787.37
MEEKER COLLISION, RPR/MNTC, 5,923.58
MOON LAKE, UTL, 60.80
MVB VISA, PRCH SVCS, 164.94
GARY MOYER, PARTS/ACCS, 51.59
NW AUTO SALES, PARTS/ACCS, 1,514.26
O’MAILIA ENTERPRISES, PRCH SVCS, 85.00
POWER EQUIP, RPR/MNTC, 181.24
RANGELY AUTO, LUBE, 3,669.58
RANGELY TRUE VALUE, PARTS/ACCS, 44.03
RBC CLERK & REC, PRCH SVCS, 16.29
SAMUELSON, SPPLY, 30.15
STEWART WELDING, RPR/MNTC, 170.00
UNITED SUPPLY OF THE R, PARTS/ACCS, 548.04
U.S. TRACTOR, CAP OUTLAY, 14,862.40
VALLEY HARDWARE, SPPLY, 14.99
WAGNER EQUIP, PARTS/ACCS, 4,777.15
WEAR PARTS & EQUIP, PARTS/ACCS, 6,760.80
WESTERN IMPLMT, PARTS/ACCS, 48.83
WESTFALL O’DELL, PARTS/ACCS, 940.97
WREA, UTL, 527.60
WR ENERGY, UTL, 355.30
WIRELESS ADV COMM, PARTS/ACCS, 75.00
XCEL ENERGY, UTL, 235.73
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FED W/H, 2,346.31
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, 4,763.89
CO STATE WITHHOLDINGS, STATE W/H, 922.00
GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, 4,271.61
COUNTY HEALTH POOL, INSURANCE, 10,562.76
FLEET FUND TOTAL: 136,400.88
Total: $ 1,886,532.51
Published: May 16, 2019
Rio Blanco Herald Times

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