Public Notices: August 15, 2019

RIO BLANCO COUNTY EMPLOYEES TOTAL GROSS SALARY PAID IN JUNE 2019. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS IN ADDITION TO COMPENSATION DURING JUNE WAS 50% OF GROSS SALARY.
TITLE, GROSS SALARY
Airport Coordinator, 104.52
Assessor, 6,728.08
Assr Appraiser, 3,198.00
Assr Cartographer I, 4,116.67
Assr Chief Appraiser, 2,535.00
Assr Office Asst, 2,946.67
Assr Office Asst, 2,681.47
Assr Oil & Gas Tax Auditor, 96.90
Atty Admin Asst, 1,857.00
Atty Legal Staff Asst, 4,849.98
Atty/FB/HR Admin Asst, 2,682.06
Building Inspector, 2,872.80
Building Official, 6,305.98
Building/Planning Staff Asst, 3,124.06
Clerk & Recorder, 6,728.08
C&R Bkkpr/Spec Proj Coord, 3,460.94
C&R Motor Veh Admin Asst, 1,933.58
C&R Motor Veh Admin Asst, 2,682.06
C&R Motor Veh Compl Agent, 3,188.70
C&R Motor Veh Compl Coord, 3,536.00
C&R Rcrd/Elec Asst, 2,682.06
C&R Staff Asst, 3,169.96
Col Prk Manager, 3,033.89
Commissioner, 6,728.08
Commissioner, 6,728.08
Commissioner, 6,337.50
Communications Director, 6,120.00
Communications Tech, 3,570.83
Communications Tech, 3,570.83
Coroner, 3,806.83
Dpty Coroner, 418.17
DHS Director, 6,380.10
DHS Acctg Tech, 3,624.40
DHS Admin Asst, 2,678.76
DHS Admin Asst, 2,108.57
DHS Case Aide, 802.89
DHS Caseworker I, 4,742.91
DHS Eligibility Spec, 2,973.98
DHS Eligibility Spec, 3,668.16
DHS Eligibility Supervisor, 3,978.83
DHS Family Fac, 1,322.21
DHS Supervisor, 5,508.33
Econ Develop Coord, 4,800.00
Emergency Mgr, 6,004.40
Ext Program Coord/4-H Youth Dev, 3,076.66
Ext Program Coord/4-H Youth Dev, 3,276.35
Ext Staff Asst, 2,113.20
F/B Director, 7,650.00
F/B Bookkeeper, 3,064.34
F/B General Ledger Acct, 2,695.00
Facility Mgmt Project Coord, 7,425.60
Facility Mgmt Custodian, 909.95
Facility Mgmt Custodian, 2,998.00
Facility Mgmt Custodian, 2,811.47
Facility Mgmt Laborer, 3,003.80
Facility Mgmt Supervisor, 4,547.50
Fairfield Maint Custodian, 3,526.38
Fairfield Maint Laborer, 1,716.08
Fairgrounds Lead Worker, 3,354.92
Fairgrounds Laborer, 1,676.25
FFLD/Fairgrounds Temp, 558.94
Fleet Supervisor, 6,630.00
Fleet Mechanic, 4,713.92
Fleet Mechanic, 4,713.92
Fleet Mechanic, 4,596.80
Fleet Mechanic, 4,503.22
Fleet Mechanic, 4,362.62
GIS, 6,970.00
HR Director, 6,630.00
IT Director, 6,120.00
IT Network Engineer, 7,122.75
Natural Resources Spec, 6,295.08
PHA Admin Asst/Env Hlth, 2,657.10
PHA Director, 6,439.73
PHA WIC Educator, 1,839.54
Planner, 4,161.00
R&B Director, 7,267.93
R&B Admin Asst, 3,563.13
R&B Admin Asst Clk, 2,965.96
R&B Coordinator, 5,222.48
R&B District Suvp, 5,165.17
R&B District Suvp, 4,800.00
R&B Lead Operator, 4,954.00
R&B Lead Operator, 4,335.00
R&B Office Admin, 4,952.77
R&B Operator I, 3,617.88
R&B Operator I, 3,036.05
R&B Operator I, 2,371.56
R&B Operator II, 3,453.12
R&B Operator II, 3,556.33
R&B Operator II, 3,453.12
R&B Operator II, 3,710.21
R&B Operator II, 3,491.75
R&B Operator II, 3,453.12
R&B Operator II, 3,453.12
R&B Operator II, 3,453.12
R&B Operator II, 3,527.83
R&B Operator II, 3,771.76
R&B Operator III, 3,855.14
R&B Operator III, 4,572.42
R&B Operator III, 3,855.14
R&B Operator III, 3,855.14
R&B Operator III, 3,855.14
R&B Operator III, 4,050.34
R&B Operator III, 4,050.34
R&B Prmt&Safety Compl Spec, 4,397.00
R&B Proj Mgr/Civil Eng, 8,565.96
R&B Sign Maint Tech, 4,050.34
R&B Sign Maint Tech, 4,050.34
R&B Temp Laborer, 1,964.89
R&B Temp Laborer, 2,540.87
R&B Temp Laborer, 2,565.38
R&B/Fleet Staff Asst, 3,232.25
Sheriff, 8,740.75
Shrf Court Security, 79.16
Shrf Court Security, 257.74
Shrf Detention Lt, 6,305.26
Shrf Detention Control Spec, 3,954.39
Shrf Detention Deputy, 4,543.72
Shrf Detention Deputy, 4,927.73
Shrf Detention Deputy, 4,669.10
Shrf Detention Deputy, 5,099.72
Shrf Detention Deputy, 4,346.39
Shrf Detention Deputy, 3,732.98
Shrf Detention Deputy, 1,288.35
Shrf Detention Deputy, 3,258.56
Shrf Detention Sgt, 5,601.46
Shrf Dispatch Comm Supv, 5,184.55
Shrf Dispatcher, 5,495.24
Shrf Dispatcher, 4,075.71
Shrf Dispatcher, 3,743.13
Shrf Dispatcher, 4,319.56
Shrf Dispatcher, 4,223.48
Shrf Office Manager, 4,324.43
Shrf Patrol Deputy, 5,974.79
Shrf Patrol Deputy, 4,825.49
Shrf Patrol Deputy, 2,146.20
Shrf Patrol Deputy, 7,161.09
Shrf Patrol Deputy, 4,633.83
Shrf Patrol Deputy, 5,553.77
Shrf Patrol Deputy, 5,822.09
Shrf Patrol Sgt, 7,582.61
Shrf Patrol Sgt, 6,629.96
Shrf Rlf Dispatcher, 3,136.26
Shrf Undersheriff, 7,073.78
Sr Transport Driver, 1,800.26
Sr Transport Driver, 1,028.48
Surveyor, 379.50
SW Landfill Manager, 7,820.02
SW Landfill Operator, 1,616.70
SW Landfill Operator, 4,799.93
SW Landfill Operator, 154.70
Treasurer, 7,078.08
Treasurer Deputy III, 3,143.50
Treasury Clerk, 1,299.48
Use Tax Administrator, 5,291.06
Veteran’s Officer, 606.84
Veteran’s Officer, 606.84
WPC Supervisor, 4,168.06
WPC Asst, 2,086.05
WPC Asst, 328.32
WPC Tech, 2,968.31
WRR Cook, 2,371.27
WRR Cook, 2,388.88
WRR Nutrition Director, 3,668.16
WRR Rlf Cook, 463.74
WRR Rlf Cook, 439.40
TOTAL: 642,803.40
Published: August 15, 2019
Rio Blanco Herald Times
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF UPCOMING ELECTION/
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
On Tuesday, November 5, 2019, the Rangely Junior College District election will be held where there will be three seats open on the Board of Trustees. The candidates receiving the highest number of votes will each serve four-year terms. Anyone interested in running for these seats must be a registered voter and reside within the Rangely Junior College District. In addition it is necessary to submit a notice of intention to be a candidate and a nomination petition signed by at least 25 registered voters residing in the College District. The first day to circulate nomination petitions is August 7, 2019. The above mentioned forms may be obtained from Linda Gordon, 215 Hillcrest Avenue, Rangely CO, 970-629-1116. The petition must be completed and returned no later than Tuesday, August 27, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. To obtain an absentee ballot, please contact the Rio Blanco County Clerk and Recorder’s office.
Published: August 1, 8, 15, and 22, 2019
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ERBM Recreation & Park District Surplus Property AUCTION
ERBM Recreation & Park District will be holding a surplus property auction on Friday, August 16 from 7:00am-3:00pm at the ERBM Maintenance Shop Building at 101 Ute Road. Open to the public; property may be viewed from 7:00am-3:00pm only; check-in at Maintenance Shop Office for closed bid forms and detailed property information. Requests to view and/or bid on property outside of surplus auction date will not be accepted. No minimum bid required; bids reviewed after 3:00pm on August 16; highest bidder will be notified by phone. Inquiries, call 970-878-8061.
1982 Kubota 4WD Tractor L-245DT with Kubota front end loader L-1717 and set of Kubota turf tires (Original Cost-$13,000)
2006 Suzuki 4 Wheeler SN 5SAAK46A667101391 (Original Cost-$5,199)
Yellow plastic fence topper x 50 yards
Wheeled fire pits x 3
Server rack cabinet
Agri-Feb mechanical pull spreader (large)
Agri-Feb mechanical pull spreader (small)
Various sized windows x 8
Lithonia Lighting-overhead shop lighting system
Small garden trailer
John Deere JX75 5-speed push mower
Vending machine
Custom built oak desk- with laminate top 31 ½” x 62”
Big and tall bonded leather manager office chair
Clarke clean track 18 wash and rinse carpet shampooer
Rubbermaid custodial services supply cart
Published: August 1, August 8, and August 15, 2019
Rio Blanco Herald Times
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CALL FOR NOMINATIONS FOR SCHOOL DIRECTOR
Meeker School District Re-1
Rio Blanco County, Colorado
The Board of Education of Meeker School District Re-1 in the County of Rio Blanco, State of Colorado, calls for nomination of candidates for school directors to be placed on the ballot for the regular biennial school election to be held on Tuesday, November 5, 2019.
At this election three (3) directors will be elected for four (4) year terms. To be qualified a candidate must be a registered elector in the school district for at least twelve consecutive months before the election as shown on the records of the Rio Blanco County Clerk & Recorder.
A person who desires to be a candidate for school director shall file a written notice of intention to be a candidate and a nomination petition signed by at least twenty-five (25) eligible electors who are registered to vote in the regular biennial school election for at least 12 consecutive months before the election in accordance with law. A person is ineligible to run for school director if he or she has been convicted of committing a sexual offense against a child.
Nomination petitions may be obtained at the school administration office, 555 Garfield, Meeker, Colorado, beginning on August 7, 2019. Office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Completed petitions should be submitted to Janelle Urista/Jessica Browning, the School District’s designated election officials no later than 4:00 p.m. on August 29, 2019.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Board of Education of Meeker School District Re-1, in the County of Rio Blanco and State of Colorado, has caused this call for nominations to be given this 8th day of August 2019.
Published: August 8, 15, and 22, 2019
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NOTICE OF UPCOMING ELECTION/CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
The Rangely School District RE-4 Board of Education election will be held November 5, 2019. At this election two directors will be elected for a term of office of four years. To be qualified, a candidate must have been a registered voter of the district for at least 12 consecutive months before the election and a resident within the Rangely School District. A person is ineligible to run for school director if he or she has been convicted of committing a sexual offense against a child. In addition it is necessary to submit a notice of intention to be a candidate and a nomination petition signed by at least 25 registered voters residing in the School District. The first day to circulate nomination petitions is August 8, 2019. The forms may be obtained from Shari Plummer in the Superintendent’s Office at the School District Central Office at 402 West Main Street. The form must be completed and returned to the Rangely School District Central Office no later than Friday, August 30, 2019 at 4:00 p.m.
Published: August 8, 15, 22 & 29, 2019
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Airport Master Plan Meeting Public Notice
Meeker Airport Coulter Field is in the process of completing an Airport Master Plan. The second public meeting will be held on Wednesday, August 28th at 6:00 p.m. in the Rio Blanco County Courthouse, 3rd Floor Hearing Room, 555 Main Street in Meeker. The meeting will include presentation of the aviation forecast. The public is invited to attend to learn more about the project, ask questions, and provide feedback. More information about the Airport Master Plan is available by contacting Traci Hodgins at T-O Engineers at 307.587.3411 or thodgins@to-engineers.com. Information is also available on the T-O Engineers website at https://www.to-engineers.com/ by clicking on “Project Portal” and selecting “Meeker Airport Coulter Field – Master Plan.”
Published: August 15 & 22, 2019
Rio Blanco Herald Times
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VACANCY ON BOARD OF DIRECTORS
RIO BLANCO WATER CONSERVANCY DISTRICT
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Motion has been filed in the above-referenced action requesting the appointment of Directors for Division A to the Board of Directors of the Rio Blanco Water Conservancy District (the “District”).
Said Motion requests that Directors be appointed for Division A for four-year terms to expire upon the appointment of his/her successor pursuant to these proceedings.
THE COURT will hear said Motion on Friday, October 4, 2019, at 9:00 am in the Rio Blanco County District Court, 455 Main Street, Meeker, CO 81641. All persons desiring to attend may do so. Any person seeking appointment to the Board or any person suggesting the appointment of any person to said Board shall so advise the Clerk of said Court and shall file with said Clerk a Petition for Appointment and a Statement of Qualification of any such person by the close of business on Wednesday, September 4, 2019. The address of the Clerk of the District Court is 455 Main Street, Meeker, CO 81641. A copy should also be provided to counsel for the District, Olszewski, Massih & Maurer, P.C. at P.O. Box 916, Glenwood Springs, CO 81602. A form of Petition for Appointment may be obtained from the Clerk of the District Court, (970) 878-5622 or at the District’s office, 2252 E. Main St., Rangely, CO 81648 (970) 675-5055.
Any person applying must have resided within the District and within the Division for a period of one (1) year prior to appointment and shall be the owner of real property within the District and shall be knowledgeable in water matters with a background reflecting the agricultural, municipal, industrial, or other interests in the beneficial use of water within the District.
RIO BLANCO WATER CONSERVANCY DISTRICT
By: /s/Edward B. Olszewski
Edward B. Olszewski, Atty. Reg. #24723
Published: August 15, 2019
Rio Blanco Herald Times
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TOWN OF MEEKER
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Tuesday, August 20, 2019
7:00 P.M. Regular Board Meeting
Town Hall
345 Market Street, Meeker, CO
Joint Meeting with ERBM Rec. & Park District
5:30 p.m. at Mexican House
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. Public Hearings:
a. Request from Meeker Lion’s Club for a Special Event Liquor Permit for the Meeker Mustang Makeover event at the RBC Fairgrounds Grandstands, 700 Sulphur Cr. Rd., on Sept. 6, 2019.
b. Request from Meeker Lion’s Club for a Special Event Liquor Permit for the Meeker Classic Jammin’ Lamb BBQ, Meeker Plaza, 555 Main St., alternate location: 4-H Building, 779 Sulphur Cr. Rd., on Sept. 7, 2019.
c. Resolution 07-2019 approving an Easement Agreement between the Town of Meeker, Meeker Highland Cemetery and Eastern Rio Blanco Metropolitan Recreation & Park District for a perpetual, nonexclusive Construction Access Easement at Circle Park.
X. New Business:
a. Bid opening for Animal Shelter roof replacement (award will be decided Sept. 3rd).
b. Discussion regarding Meeker Police Dept. administering a Useful Public Service Program for municipal court defendants.
c. Discussion regarding Recycling Center Request for Proposals.
XI. Mayor’s remarks
XII. Town Manager’s Report
XIII. Town Attorney’s Report
XIV. Other Board Business
XV. Executive Session pursuant to C.R.S. Section 24-6-402(4)(b) to receive legal advice on specific legal questions.
XVI. Adjournment
Published: August 15, 2019
Rio Blanco Herald Times
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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 August 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 the August 20, 2019 Agenda
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2)
C. Move to approve the August 20, 2019 Agenda including any changes.
2. CONSENT AGENDA FOR AUGUST 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 ofb the Consent Agenda.
B. Consideration of the Board of County Commissioners of Rio Blanco County, Colorado, Meeting Minutes of August 13, 2019.
3. BUSINESS
A. Move to approve/deny the Bylaws of the Rio Blanco County Community Services Block Grant Advisory Committee.
4. BID OPENINGS
A. None.
5. BID AWARDS
A. None.
6. MOU’s, CONTRACTS, AND AGREEMENTS
A. Move to approve/deny an Agreement for Services between the Board of County Commissioners of Rio Blanco County, Colorado, for the use and benefit of the Rio Blanco County Department of Human Services, and Trevor Irish, dba Altitude Counseling and Consulting Services, to provide Domestic Violence Treatment Services to eligible children and their families, in an amount not to exceed $3,000.00.
B.Move to approve/deny the Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control, Incident Qualification System (IQSweb) Terms and Conditions between the Board of County Commissioners of Rio Blanco County, Colorado and the State of Colorado.
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, August 27, 2019, at the Rio Blanco County Courthouse, 555 Main Street, 3rd Floor, Commissioner’s 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: August 15, 2019
Rio Blanco Herald Times
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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID
Sealed BIDS for construction of the Town of Rangely Wastewater Collection System Improvements 2019 will be received by the Town of Rangely at Town Hall, 209 E. Main Street, Rangely, Colorado, 81648, until 3:00 pm, Monday, August 26, 2019, at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bid may be emailed as long as the hardcopy bid, including all required bonds, are also mailed, with a postmark of 8/26/2019, to Town of Rangely at the address above. Failure to send the hard copy with required postmark will disqualify the bidder.
The project generally consists of replacement of 6 manholes within the Town’s collection system, along with associated piping and appurtenances and all associated tasks. Contractor will provide Traffic Control for the project, including in the Highway 64 corridor according to the CDOT- approved Traffic Control Plan. The Town will be acting as the General Contractor and will provide all materials including manholes, pipe, and fill; excluding flow fill, concrete and asphalt. The Town reserves the right to modify quantities.
Bids will be received for a single prime Contract. Bids shall be on a lump sum and unit price basis as indicated in the Bid Form. Time is of the essence, so Contractor’s estimated start and completion dates will be considered along with bid price. A Bid Bond will be required. Performance and Payment Bonds equal to 100% of the bid amount will be required upon contract award.
A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held at 11:00am, Monday August 19, 2019, at the Town of Rangely Town Hall located at 209 E. Main Street (Hwy 64) in Rangely, Colorado. All questions pertaining to the project shall be directed to Jocelyn Mullen, PE through email at jmullen@rangelyco.gov no later than August 23, 2019 at 3pm.
Electronic documents are available free of charge after August 13, 2019 from the Town of Rangely at Town Hall, 209 E. Main Street, Rangely, Colorado, 81648. Documents are available for reviewing at Town Hall.
This project is being funded by the Town of Rangely Wastewater Enterprise Fund and the Department of Local Affairs (DOLA) Energy/Mineral Impact Assistance Grant Funding.
Published: August 15, 2019
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PAYROLL ACCOUNTS PAYABLE
TOWN OF MEEKER
7/31/2019
GENERAL FUND
Town of Meeker, Payroll, $44,155.67
CCOERA, Emp. Retirement – PD, $2,319.18
CCOERA, Emp. Retirement, $6,517.00
CCOERA, Emp. Loan Payments, $1,480.16
CEBT, Health, Dental, Vision & Life Ins., $16,312.41
Emp. Withholding, Federal Withholding, $4,805.71
Emp. Withholding, State Withholding, $2,157.10
Emp.Withholding, Medicare Withholding, $1,718.70
Emp. Withholding, SS Withholding, $4,736.04
MHRC, Emp. Donation, $26.50
Standard Ins, Co., Life/AD&D Ins., $794.74
Washington National Ins. Co., Cancer Ins., $192.32
Petty Cash, Pstg. / CD; Light Bulbs / Bldg., $37.76
AEGIS Controls, Property DNA Pens / PD, $537.60
All Copy Products, Copier Lease, $580.80
Alsco, Coveralls / Shop, $21.53
Atmos, Natural Gas, $208.26
Better City, SVC., Reimb. Expenses, $2,266.34
Better City, June Svc., Reimb. Expenses, $2,479.60
CBI, DUI Blood Test, $30.00
Century Link, July Phone Service, $472.43
Century Link, Phone Svc., $466.11
CIRSA, Liability Ins. on Loader, $53.86
CMRS – PB, Reimburse July Pstg., $54.50
Colo. CPA SVC., 2018 Audit Services, $4,592.00
Colo. State Treasurer, 2nd Qtr. Unemp., $536.23
Coulter Aviation, Mosquito Control, $2,770.00
Eagle River Waste, Trash Svc., $214.00
GMCO, Dust Guard for Alleys, $9,000.00
Gofer Foods, Meal July 5th for PD Officer’s, $53.86
Grand Jct. Pipe, Hoses for Ute Park, $284.10
Herald Times, Yearly Sub., $40.00
Herald Times, legal Publications, $165.29
J & S Supply, Sign Posts, $1,116.50
Jean’s Printing, Business Cards / PD, $125.60
John Elway Chevrolet, 2019 Chevy Tahoe Patrol Unit / PD, $36,851.00
Kilduff, Jak, Reimb. Safety Boots, $200.00
Master Petroleum, Drum Solvent, $248.13
Meeker Auto, Motor Oil, Filters, Antifreeze, $285.18
Meeker Chamber, Reimb. Main Street Mini Grant, $2,500.00
Meeker Chamber, Reimb. Main Street Mini Grant #2, $3,350.00
MGM, Safety Boots / Squire, $159.98
MGM, Grass Seed, $197.50
Mtn. Cross Eng., N/W Town Proj., $165.00
MVB – VISA, Cert. Renewal / CD; NNO / PD;, $983.40
Noble, Laurie Atty., Muni Judge Svc. & Travel, $405.00
Northwest Auto, Air Cond., $100.37
Olszewski, Massih, July Legal Fees, $3,808.00
Overton Recycling, Recycle Services, $1,000.00
Pitney Bowes Global, Pstg. Meter Rental, $295.47
Pitney Bowes Supplies, Cleaning Kit, Ink Cartridges, $149.93
PMC, DUI Blood Test, $25.00
RBC Fire Prot., Fireworks Donation, $1,500.00
RBC Fleet Management, Fuel, $1,421.30
RBC Historical Soc., Mustang Makeover Donation, $500.00
RBC ICT Dept., Internet Svc., $164.00
RBC Public Health, Rabies Vaccination / Haney, $1,100.00
RBC Sales & Use Tax, Sales Tax Adj. June Dist., $8,203.67
RBC Sheriff’s Office, 3rd Qtr. Dispatch Svc., $11,250.00
RG & Assoc., Planning Svc., $2,551.50
Rocky Mtn. Reserve, Monthly Admin Fee, $69.95
Rocky Mtn. Reserve, Claims, $1,915.17
Samuelson’s, Faucet / Bldg., $256.32
Tupy, Amy, Reimb. Mileage / CMCA Trng., $261.00
Union Telephone, Cell Phone Svc., $516.10
Valley Hardware, Toilet Fixtures / Bldg.; Ballast, $407.80
Vet Clinic, Rabbies Vac. / AC, $40.00
Watt’s, Cleaning Supplies / Bldg., $130.12
Wendll’s, Meal on July 4th for PD Officers, $87.50
Western Slope Cons., Planning Svc., $315.00
Western Slope Const., Proj. Startup, Comm. Visit, $11,398.88
Wyatt’s, Ammo / AC, $15.95
Total General Fund: $204,150.12
WATER FUND
Town of Meeker, June Payroll, $12,998.48
CCOERA, Employee Retirement, $2,485.32
CCOERA, Employee Loans, $869.55
CEBT, Health, Dental, Vision & Life Ins., $8,034.47
Employee Withholding, SS Withholding, $2,488.68
Employee Withholding, Medicare Withholding, $582.02
Employee Withholding, Federal Withholding, $1,177.34
Employee Withholding, State Withholding, $495.90
MHRC, Employee Donation, $18.50
Standard Ins., Life/AD&D Ins., $309.07
Washington National Ins. Co., Cancer Ins., $103.18
US Postmaster, Water Billing PSTG., $169.19
All Copy Products, Copier Lease, $145.20
Atmos, Natural Gas, $41.13
Canyon Systems, Chlorine Monitor Motor & Parts, $1,054.76
CIRSA, Liability Ins. on Loader / PW, $53.86
Herald Times, legal Publications, 14.97
Master Petroleum, Drum Solvent, $248.12
McGuire Auto, Line Locate Paint, $95.88
RBC Fleet Management, Fuel, $518.36
Union Telephone, Cell Phone Svc., $83.92
UNCC, Line Locates, $73.84
Alsco, Coveralls, $21.53
Century Link, Phone Service, $97.73
Public Health, Annual Water Disb. Fee, $310.00
CMRS – PB, ReimB. July Pstg., $153.50
Meeker Auto, Motor Oil, Filters, Antifreeze, $212.94
Olszewski, Massih, Legal Fees, $2,750.50
Samuelson’s, Faucet Fixtures / Bldg., $118.81
Valley Hardware, Ball Valve, Couple Hose, $61.95
Watt’s, Office Supplies, $4.04
Century Link, Phone Svc., $95.86
Colo. CPA Services, 2018 Audit Services, $3,608.00
Gould Construction, Pump House, Water Line, Elect., $121,681.31
Meeker Sand & Gravel, Washed Rock, $163.82
MCHDRL, Water Test, $40.00
MGM, Fence Post & Gate / Well Field, $310.98
MTn. Cross Engine., Research Tank Drain Line Proj., $165.00
Pitney Bowes Global, Pstg. Meter Rental, $213.97
Pitney Bowes Supplies, Cleaning Kit, Ink Cartridges, $50.04
RBC ICT Dept., Internet Svc., $36.00
Rocky Mtn. Reserve, Monthly Admin Fee, $20.05
Rocky Mtn. Reserve, Claims, $572.07
White River Cons., 2019 Algae Proj. Contrib., $8,000.00
MVB -VISA, CWP Renewal, Phone Svc., $106.64
DPC Industries., Canister Chg., $80.00
Colo. State Treasurer, 2nd Qtr. Unemp., $177.50
Total Water Fund: $171,113.98
Total All Funds: $546,378.08
Published: Aug. 15, 2019
Rio Blanco Herald Times
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TOWN OF RANGELY
Check Register
June-19
VENDOR, AMOUNT, DESCRIPTION
AFLAC, 298.01, Payroll deduction
ALL COPY PRODUCTS, INC., 919.89, Expenses
ANODE SALES COMPANY, 376.32, Expenses
AQUIONICS INC, 106.22, Expenses
ARAMARK, 4.75, Expenses
ASHLEY VALLEY VETERINARY CLINIC, PC, 464.00, Veterinary Expenses
BEACON SENIOR NEWS, 1575.00, Services
BILLGREN, MATTHEW, 100.00, Council Stipend
BURDICK MATERIALS, 7245.58, Expenses
CANYON PINTADO VETERINARY CLINIC, 48.00, Veterinary Expenses
CARABAJAL, RALPH, 6050.00, Expenses
CASELLE, INC, 1418.00, Software Support
CEBT, 30712.16, Health Ins
CENTURYLINK, 1647.21, Communication
CIMARRON TELECOMMUNICATIONS LLC, 55.00, Communication
CIRSA, 2500.00, Expenses
CNCC, 75.00, Expenses
COLORADO SEAPLANE INITIATIVE, 500.00, Services
COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LLC, 410.34, Expenses
COULTER AVIATION, 4986.00, Expenses
COVER CONCEPTS, 1383.00, Expenses
COX, MARYBEL, 40.00, Expenses
DAN E. WILSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW LLC, 1579.52, Services
DEMBOWSKI, DALTON, 75.00, Expenses
DEPARTMENT OF LOCAL AFFAIRS, 8415.00, Expenses
DIRECTV, 439.75, WRV Expense
DUCEY’S ELECTRIC, 112.50, Expenses
FARIS MACHINERY COMPANY, 241566.00, Expenses
FERGUSON WATERWORKS, 437.83, Expenses
FIDELITY ADVISOR FUNDS, 17924.01, Payroll deduction
FIRST BANKCARD, 5404.37, Expenses
FPPA, 362.10, PD Insurance
GALLS LLC, 134.93, Expenses
GEER, LUKE D., 100.00, Council Stipend
GRANGER, ALISA, 100.00, Council Stipend
HACH, 43.78, Expenses
HACKING, TYSON, 100.00, Council Stipend
HERITAGE AUTO, 248.44, Expenses
INDUSTRIAL ELECTRIC MOTOR SVCE, 3540.70, Expenses
KEY, ANDREW J, 100.00, Council Stipend
KINNEY, ROY, 269.00, Expenses
LEXIPOL LLC, 2258.00, Expenses
MAIL SERVICES, 720.56, Services
MASTER PETROLEUM, INC., 1076.00, Fuel
MIDWEST RADAR & EQUIPMENT, 200.00, Expenses
MOON LAKE ELECTRIC, 14324.20, Electricity
MULLEN, JOCELYN, 40.00, Expenses
NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL & SAFETY SUPPLY, 164.95, Expenses
NETWORKS UNLIMITED, 3110.48, Support/Services
NICHOLS STORE, 271.40, Expenses
NORCO, INC., 25.26, Services
ORKIN PEST CONTROL, 488.68, Expenses
PIERING, LISA, 40.00, Expenses
PINNACOL ASSURANCE, 1824.00, Expenses
PIPELINE TESTING CONSORTIUM, 595.00, Services
PRATER’S PLUMBING & HEATING, 235.00, Services
PROFESSIONAL TOUCH, 192.50, Expenses
QUILL CORPORATION, 205.99, Expenses
RANGELY AUTO PARTS, 926.32, Expenses
RANGELY DISTRICT HOSPITAL, 1763.92, Services
RANGELY HARDWARE, 12249.19, Expenses
RANGELY SCHOOL FOUNDATION INC, 10027.49, Sales Tax Funding
RANGELY TRASH SERVICE, 778.00, Services
RANGELY, TOWN OF, 6381.29, Utilities
RESPOND FIRST AID SYSTEMS, 30.85, Expenses
RIO BLANCO COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER, 10.98, Expenses
RIO BLANCO COUNTY COMMUNICATIONS, 405.00, Services
RIO BLANCO COUNTY SALES & USE TAX, 3535.65, Sales Tax
RIO BLANCO HERALD TIMES, 993.37, Expenses
ROBIE, TREY, 100.00, Council Stipend
SENERGY BUILDERS, LLC., 3914.00, Expenses
SGS ACCUTEST INC, 1155.43, Expenses
SHAFFER, ANDREW, 150.00, Council Stipend
SIMS, TERESA, 150.00, Judge’s Fee
SOLAR TRAFFIC SYSTEMS INC, 9180.80, Expenses
STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY RC, 620.82, Life Insurance
SUMMIT ENERGY, 13421.55, Gas Transmission/Transport
TRANSUNION RISK & ALTERNATIVE, 50.00, Services
UNCC, 34.08, Services
USA BLUEBOOK, 334.47, Services
VERIZON WIRELESS, 1062.76, Cell Service
VERNAL WINNELSON CO, 59.51, Expenses
VOICE PRODUCTS SERVICE LLC, 4182.00, Expenses
WATER RESOURCE CONSULTANTS LLC, 3120.00, Services
WELLS FARGO VENDOR FINANCIAL S LLC, 9485.77, Expenses
WESTERN IMPLEMENT CO, 160.43, Expenses
WEX BANK, 4923.75, Fuel
WHITE RIVER MARKET, 145.53, Expenses
WILCZEK, KAREN S, 300.00, Judge’s Fee
WRB REC & PARK DISTRICT, 2724.50, Expenses
Total: 460,016.89
Published: August 15, 201
Rio Blanco Herald Times

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