Legal Notices: March 21, 2019

NOTICE OF SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET
Notice is hereby given that a proposed supplemental budget has been submitted to the Rangely Junior College District Board of Directors for the ensuing year of 2018-2019; a copy of such supplemental budget is on file at Linda Gordon/Budget Officer, 215 Hillcrest Avenue, Rangely, CO where same is open for public inspection; such supplemental budget will be considered at the regularly scheduled board meeting of the Rangely Junior College District to be held on April 22, 2019, Noon CNCC, Johnson Banquet Room for final adoption of supplemental budget. Any interested elector of such Rangely Junior College District may inspect the proposed budget and file or register any objections thereto at any time prior to the final adoption of the budget.
Publish: March 21, 2019 and March 28, 2019
Rio Blanco Herald Times

INVITATION FOR BIDS
CLOSING BID DATE – APRIL 2, 2019
TOWN OF MEEKER
345 Market Street
Meeker, CO 81641
You are hereby invited to bid for the 2019 Chip-Seal Project for the Town of Meeker. This project includes the chip-seal of approximately 190,000 square yards of existing streets. The Project Owner is the Town of Meeker. The Project Engineer is Chris Hale, P.E. of Mountain Cross Engineering, Inc. in Glenwood Springs.
A complete set of plans, specifications and contract documents may be obtained after March 18, 2019 from the offices of Mountain Cross Engineering, Inc. 970-945-5544 or at the Meeker Town Hall, 345 Market St., Meeker, CO. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held at the Meeker Town Hall, 345 Market St., on Friday, March 22, 2019 at 10:30 a.m.
Bid Proposals shall be mailed or delivered to Town of Meeker, 345 Market Street, Meeker, CO 81641 by 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, April 2, 2019 at which time bids will be opened and read aloud. The Town Board of Trustees will award the bid on Tuesday, April 16, 2019, 7:00 p.m. at Town Hall, 345 Market Street in Meeker. The successful bidder must maintain workers compensation and general liability insurance in the amount of no less than $1,000,000 during the project.
The Town reserves the right to reject any and all bids; to change, add, or amend the specifications; to waive any informalities; and the right to disregard all nonconforming or conditional bids or counter proposals. Each proposal shall be reviewed and considered consistent with the provisions of the Town of Meeker Purchasing Policy. More information is available from Russell Overton 970-878-5530 or 878-5344.
All bids shall be sealed and “Meeker 2019 Chip-Seal Project Bid” shall be written upon the front of the envelope.
THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
OF THE TOWN OF MEEKER
Lisa Cook, Town Administrator
Published: March 14 & 21,2019
Rio Blanco Herald Times

MEEKER SCHOOL DISTRICT RE-1
Board of Education Regular Meeting
555 Garfield Street
Meeker, CO  81641
March 25, 2019 – 7:00 p.m.
1. Call to Order and Roll Call
2. Pledge of Allegiance:  Mr. Ridings will lead the Pledge of Allegiance
3. Welcome of Guests
4. Approval of Agenda
Student Celebrations: Middle School FCA
General Public Comment Session:  (comments limited to three minutes)
Public/Committee Reports:  Meeker URA, 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
Consent Agenda:
1. Approval:  Minutes from Regular Board Meeting on February 25, 2019
2. Approval:  Minutes from Special Board Meeting on March 11, 2019
3. Acceptance:  Financial Reports and Check Vouchers for February 2019
4. Acceptance:  Resignations – Apryl Newkirk (5th grade), Amy Rundberg (ES paraprofessional)
Action Items:
1. Approval:  Personnel Hire – Amanda Evans – Elementary Teacher
2. Approval:  ADD, GBEB, GBEB-R-2, KDBA, KDBA-E – Reporting Requirements to Parents (3rd Reading – Online Policy Link)
3. Approval:  JLCDB – Medical Marijuana (3rd Reading – Online Policy Link)
4. Approval:  Final 2019-2020 Calendar
5. Approval:  Preliminary 2020-2021 Calendar
Other BOE Information:
1. Construction Project Update
Executive Session (if needed):  
Adjournment
Published: March 21, 2019
Rio Blanco Herald Times

Board of County Commissioners of
Rio Blanco County, Colorado
Rio Blanco County Historic Courthouse
555 Main Street, 3rd Floor Hearing Room
Meeker, Colorado 81641
Tentative Agenda March 25, 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 March 25, 2019 Agenda
1)
2)
C. Move to Approve the March 25, 2019 Agenda including any changes. 
2. CONSENT AGENDA FOR MARCH 25, 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 March 18, 2019. 
3. BUSINESS
A. Move to Approve/Deny an Annual Application for Nutrition Project Award under Title III C of the Older Americans Act – Revised 1992, for the use and benefit of the White River Roundup Ro Blanco County Department of Human Services. 
B. Move to cancel a letter from the Board of County Commissioners of Rio Blanco County, Colorado to Governor Jared Polis, President of the Senate Leroy Garcia, and Speaker of the House K.C., opposing Senate Bill-181, approved on March 11, 2019, due to the Bill passing on Wednesday, March 13, 2019 and the letter not being prepared. 
 
4. BID OPENINGS
A. 2019 Rio Blanco County Crackfill Project.
5. BID AWARDS
A. Move to Award the Piceance Creek Weed and Pest Herbicide Hand Spraying Project to Osborn Industries and Julius Ag, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $100,000.00 each. 
  B. Move to Award the Piceance Creek Weed and Pest Herbicide Aerial Spraying Project to Coulter Aviation in an amount not to exceed $65,000.00. 
C. Move to Award the 2019 Lower White River Pest Control District Commercial Equipped Applicator Project to Rocky Mountain Weed Management and Elder Weed Spraying, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $6,000.00 each. 
D. Move to Award the 2019 Lower White River Pest Control District Aerial Spraying Project to Coulter Aviation, in an amount not to exceed $81,000.00. 
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 and Civic Forum Associates, for the 2019 Rio Blanco County Columbine Park Multi-Purpose Indoor Arena Design Project, in an amount not to exceed $185,700.00. 
B. Move to Approve/Deny the 2019 Rio Blanco County Annual Operating Plan between the Board of County Commissioners of Rio Blanco County, Colorado, the Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control, United States Forest Service – White River National Forest, United States Forest Service – Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest, Bureau of Land Management, and the National Park Service – Dinosaur National Monument. 
C. Move to Approve/Deny Amendment No. 1 to the Five Year Generalized Engineering Agreement between the Board of County Commissioners of Rio Blanco County, Colorado and T-O Engineers for the Rangely Airport Marking, Signage, Grading, and Drainage Improvements Project. 
D. Move to Approve/Deny an Agreement for Services between the Board of County Commissioners of Rio Blanco County, Colorado and Osborn Industries, for the Piceance Creek Weed and Pest Herbicide Hand Spraying Project, in an amount not to exceed $100,000.00. 
E. Move to Approve/Deny an Agreement for Services between the Board of County Commissioners of Rio Blanco County, Colorado and Julius Ag, Inc., for the Piceance Creek Weed and Pest Herbicide Hand Spraying Project, in an amount not to exceed $100,000.00. 
F. Move to Approve/Deny an Agreement for Services between the Board of County Commissioners of Rio Blanco County, Colorado and Coulter Aviation, for the Piceance Creek Weed and Pest Herbicide Aerial Spraying Project, in an amount not to exceed $65,000.00. 
G. Move to Approve/Deny a Project THOR Meet Me Center Host Agreement between the Board of County Commissioners of Rio Blanco County, Colorado and the Northwest Colorado Council of Governments, in an amount not to exceed $6,160.00 per month for Broadband transport and a non-recurring cost after DOLA funding in an amount not to exceed $56,337.27. 
H. Move to Approve/Deny an agreement for Services between the Board of County Commissioners of Rio Blanco County, Colorado and Rocky Mountain Weed Management, for the 2019 Lower White River Pest Control District Commercial Equipped Applicator Project, in an amount not to exceed $6,000.00.
I. Move to Approve/Deny an agreement for Services between the Board of County Commissioners of Rio Blanco County, Colorado and Elder Weed Spraying, Inc., for the 2019 Lower White River Pest Control District Commercial Equipped Applicator Project, in an amount not to exceed $6,000.00.
J. Move to Approve/Deny an agreement for Services between the Board of County Commissioners of Rio Blanco County, Colorado and Coulter Aviation, for the 2019 Lower White River Pest Control District Aerial Spraying Project, in an amount not to exceed $81,000.00.
K. Move to Approve/Deny a Purchase Agreement between the Board of County Commissioners of Rio Blanco County, Colorado and Stewart Welding & Machine, Inc., for the purchase of seventeen (16) secondary tower broadband platforms, in the amount of $4,198.14 per site, for a grand total amount not to exceed $67,170.24. 
L. Move to Approve/Deny a Purchase Agreement between the Board of County Commissioners of Rio Blanco County, Colorado and ______________________, for the purchase of eleven (11) 20 foot towers at an estimate not to exceed $3,000.00 per tower, and six (6) 40 foot towers at an estimate not to exceed $3,500.00 per tower, and authorize execution out of session.  
M. Move to Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the Memorandum of Understanding Between Colorado Energy Office, Utah Governor’s Office of Energy, Wyoming Governor’s Office and The Ute Indian Tribe Establishing The Western States and Tribal Nations Natural Gas Initiative (the “MOU”), and to take such other actions as may be necessary to confirm Rio Blanco County’s status as a party to the MOU and support the goals of the MOU.
7. RESOLUTIONS
A. Move to Approve/Deny Resolution No. 2019-06, a Resolution of the Board of County Commissioners of Rio Blanco County, Pursuant to Ordinance No. 2006-3 Concerning Bans of Open Fires in the Unincorporated Areas of Rio Blanco County. 
8. OTHER BUSINESS
A. Public Comment
  B. County Commissioners Updates
C. Move to go into recess for the lunch hour and reconvene at 1:15 p.m. 
9. PUBLIC HEARINGS
A. None. 
10. 1:15 p.m. RECONVENE AS THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF RIO BLANCO COUNTY
A. Move to go into Executive Session pursuant to §24-6-402(4)(b) to conference with the Rio Blanco County Attorney, Todd M. Starr, for the purpose of receiving legal advice on specific legal questions and §24-6-402(4)(e), C.R.S., relating to sales and use tax to determine positions relative to matters that may be subject to negotiation or to develop a strategy for negotiations.
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 April 8, 2019 in the Rio Blanco County Historic Courthouse, 555 Main Street, 3rd Floor, Commissioner’s Hearing Room, 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: March 21, 2019
Rio Blanco Herald Times

REMODEL BID REQUEST
For remodeling/construction of the interior space at 236 Seventh Street. Please contact Meeker Fire & Rescue for bid specifics. Stop by the office at 240 Seventh Street during business hours, call 970-878-3443, email: office@meekerrescue.com or via mail at PO Box 737, Meeker, CO 81641
Published: March 21, 2019
Rio Blanco Herald Times

Meeker Sanitation District
Accounts Payable
February 28, 2019
Total Payroll, $15,611.72
Quickbooks Payroll Svc. Direct Deposit Fee, $31.75
Federal Tax Withholding, $2,054.00
Social Security Withholding, $2,778.82
Medicare Withholding, $649.91
PERA Retirement, $5,019.29
U.S. Postal Service: Postage, $291.93
CEBT: Health, Dental, Vision, Life Ins., $10,791.81
AFLAC: Employee Accident Ins., $41.22
Atmos Energy: Natural Gas Svc., $3,258.37
Cimarron Telecom: Broadband, $140.00
Colorado Analytical Laboratories: Testing, $100.00
First Bankcard Visa: Adobe, Safety Clothing, CPR Cert, Phones, $599.10
Charlie Frantz: Snow Removal, $150.00
Hach Company: Lab Supplies, $456.00
Intuit: Customer Care Subscription, $299.95
JVA Inc: Engineering Services, $475.01
McGuire Auto Parts: Vehicle Maint., $25.98
Meeker Auto Parts: Vehicle Maint., $12.48
Meeker Sand & Gravel: Scale Fees, $30.00
Meeker Sanitation District: Replenish Petty Cash, $3.59
Office Depot: Office Supplies, $752.60
RBC Fleet Management: Fuel, $258.11
Rio Blanco Herald Time: Publish Accounts Payable, $25.92
Sam’s Club: Membershipq, $260.00
Samuelson’s Hardware: Misc. Supplies, $68.97
Teledyne Instruments: Parts for Sampler, $1,792.00
Town of Meeker: Water Svc., $24.00
Union Telephone: Cell Phone Svc., $298.15
Utility Notification Center: Line Locates, $12.78
Valley Hardware: Misc. Supplies, $29.99
Venture Technologies: Cloud Backup, $71.25
Watt’s Ranch Market: Misc. Supplies, $39.25
White River Distributing: Water, $6.75
WREA: Electric Svc., $6,025.06
Total Accounts Payable: $52,485.76
Published: March 21, 2019
Rio Blanco Herald Times

RIO BLANCO COUNTY
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE PUBLICATION LIST
FEBRUARY 28,2019
FUND: GENERAL
VENDOR NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, AMOUNT
GREAT WEST TRUST, RBC CONT, (1,736.55)
FEB AP RUN,CK DATE-VOID, (206,977.82)
FEB AP RUN,WRNG CK DATE, 206,977.82
GREAT WEST TRUST, RBC CONT, 1,736.55
4 D’s OF DOG TRAINING, TRNNG/DEV, 500.00
ALIGN MULTIMEDIA, PRCH SVCS, 600.00
ALIGN MULTIMEDIA, PRCH SVCS, 1,325.00
ALIGN MULTIMEDIA, PRCH SVCS, 2,087.50
ALIGN MULTIMEDIA, PRCH SVCS, 2,087.50
ALL TEMP SVCS, SPPLY, 1,068.61
ALSCO, PRCH SVCS, 1,440.04
AMAZON, SPPLY, 94.92
AMBASSADOR BLINDS, RPR/MNTC, 2,208.00
ASHCRAFT, LELA, TA-MEALS/DIEM, 123.00
KIMBERLY ASSELIN, SPPLY, 1.70
ATMOS, UTL, 1,458.15
ATMOS, UTL, 537.67
ATMOS, UTL, 571.10
ATMOS, UTL, 250.14
ATMOS, UTL, 950.86
ATMOS, UTL, 239.64
ATMOS, UTL, 1,420.09
BECKER, NICHOLE, TA-MEALS/DIEM, 86.00
BOYKO, SPPLY, 87.00
CAE4HA, INTR-GOV, 550.00
CCNC, PRCH SVCS, 100.00
CENTURYLINK, LND LN PHN, 576.21
CENTURYLINK, LND LN PHN, 484.44
CENTURYLINK-LNG DIST, LND LN PHN, 478.76
CENTURYLINK-LND LN, LND LN PHN, 770.53
CNCC, CNTRCT SVCS, 2,680.00
CO ASSOCIATION, PRCH SVCS, 125.00
CO, STATE OF, PRCH SVCS, 274.75
CO, SECRETARY OF, PRCH SVCS, 80.00
CONRADO, ELLEN, TA-MEALS/DIEM, 223.00
CORNERSTONE DETENTION, PRCH SVCS, 1,770.00
COULTER AVIATION, PRCH SVCS, 349.34
COUNTY SHERIFF’S OF CO, TRNNG/DEV, 100.00
DISTRICT ATTORNEY, PRCH SVCS, 20,995.08
DISTRICT 11&12 4-H, INTR-GOV, 70.00
DUNGAN, JOSEPH, PRCH SVCS, 69.60
EAGLE RIVER WASTE, UTL, 1,117.00
ECO DEV, ECO DEV, 250.00
ELLIS, TREASA, TA-MEALS/DIEM, 223.00
EMPLOYERS COUNCIL SVC, PRCH SVCS, 870.00
FARRAND, CARLA, PRCH SVCS, 304.50
FASTTRACK COMM, LND LN PHN, 665.87
FIRST ADVANTAGE OCC, PRCH SVCS, 61.01
GALL’S, UNFM/CLTH, 1,963.40
GLENWOOD MUSIC, PRCH SVCS, 184.50
GJ MEDIA, PRCH SVCS, 540.00
HASKETT, MARIE, PBLC SVC DNTN, 500.00
IDENTITY GRAPHICS, PRCH SVCS, 2,230.00
KINSCO, UNFM/CLTH, 751.86
LEXIPOL, PRCH SVCS, 8,230.00
M&M OUTFITTERS, PBLC SVC DNTN, 200.00
MA FAMIGLIA, PRCH SVCS, 248.80
MARSHALL & SWIFT, PRCH SVCS, 649.20
MASTER’S TOUCH, PRCH SVCS, 2,739.32
MEEKER AIRPORTV, CNTRCT SVCS, 3,500.00
MEEKER DRUGS, SPPLY, 864.25
MEEKER SANITATION, UTL, 694.00
MEEKER, TOWN OF, UTL, 521.05
MILES PARTNERSHIPV, PRCH SVCS, 750.00
MOON LAKE, UTL, 3,379.51
MVB-VISA, PRCH SVCS, 14,756.30
GARY MOYER, SPPLY, 324.80
NICHOLS STORE, FOOD SPPLY, 623.00
NW CO OUTDOORS, PBLC SVC DNTN, 700.00
PMC, PRCH SVCS, 1,288.50
PITNEY BOWES RES, PRCH SVCS, 524.77
RANGELY AUTO, SPPLY, 184.48
RANGELY PHARMACY, SPPLY, 48.35
RANGELY, TOWN OF, UTL, 19,907.31
RANGELY TRASH, UTL, 445.50
RANGELY TRUE VALUE, SPPLY, 1,060.43
RESIDENCE INN, INTR-GOV, 268.00
RESPOND FIRST AID, SPPLY, 59.13
RICHARDSON, FAIN, PRCH SVCS, 120.00
RB HERALD TIMES, PRCH SVCS, 2,427.87
RPI CONSULTING, REDI/UTA DOLA, 820.00
SAMUELSON’S, SPPLY, 72.86
SANITARY SUPPLY, SPPLY, 586.04
BOBBIE JEAN SCHMIDT, TA-MEALS/DIEM, 86.00
VAUGHN, EMMA, TA-MEALS/DIEM, 86.00
SHELTON, SUSAN, TA-MEALS/DIEM, 86.00
SMITH, DAVON, TRVL/LDGNG, 296.00
STAPLES, SPPLY, 943.04
STRAIN, TAMMY, TA-MEALS/DIEM, 123.00
STRATA NET, UTL, 1,016.40
TATE, KELSEY LYNN, SPPLY, 9.53
THINK AGENCY COMM, REDI/UTA DOLA, 4,000.00
TRANE U.S., RPR/MNTC, 1,864.00
TURNKEY CORRECTIONS, SPPLY, 14.10
UNION, PRCH SVCS, 546.58
USGS, WTR STDY, 42,648.00
USDA, APHIS, CNTRCT SVCS, 13,802.66
VALLEY HARDWARE, SPPLY, 510.56
VOIANCE LANGUAGE, PRCH SVCS, 50.00
WATT’S, SPPLY, 2,056.92
WHITE RIVER DIST, SPPLY, 562.50
WREA, UTL, 15,288.29
WOODRUFF, SI, PBLC SVC DNTN, 500.00
GREAT WEST TRUST, RBC CONT, 1,736.55
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FED W/H, 28,961.33
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, 52,603.11
CO STATE WITHHOLDINGS, STATE W/H, 11,481.54
GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, 36,936.22
COUNTY HEALTH POOL, INSURANCE, 114,475.89
A-1 COLLECTION AGENCY, WAGE ASNMT, 770.21
GENERAL FUND TOTAL: 453,942.67
FUND: CAPITAL EXPENSE
VENDOR NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, AMOUNT
FEB AP RUN,CK DATE-VOID, (118,709.91)
FEB AP RUN,WRNG CK DATE, 118,709.91
VENTURE TECH, INFM TECH, 118,709.91
CAPITAL EXPENSE FUND TOTAL: 118,709.91
FUND: ROAD & BRIDGE
VENDOR NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, AMOUNT
FEB AP RUN,CK DATE-VOID, (4,023.76)
FEB AP RUN,WRNG CK DATE, 4,023.76
CO STATE TREA, UNEMPLMNT, 5,641.00
ALSCO, PRCH SVCS, 164.50
GJ PIPE, SPPLY, 537.72
MCGUIRE AUTO, SPPLY, 7.56
MEEKER AUTO, SPPLY, 361.96
MVB-VISA, PRCH SVCS, 1,623.76
OFFICE DEPOT, SPPLY, 386.01
PITNEY BOWES RES, PRCH SVCS, 30.70
RANGELY AUTO, SPPLY, 32.99
RANGELY TRUE VALUE, SPPLY, 72.33
RESPOND FIRST AID, SPPLY, 61.02
SAMUELSON’S, SPPLY, 261.99
UNION, PRCH SVCS, 155.92
VALLEY HARDWARE, SPPLY, 219.95
WREA, UTL, 107.35
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FED W/H, 12,285.01
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, 22,201.59
CO STATE WITHHOLDINGS, STATE W/H, 5,060.00
GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, 18,506.73
COUNTY HEALTH POOL, INSURANCE, 54,532.27
ROAD & BRIDGE FUND TOTAL: 122,250.36
FUND: PUBLIC HEALTH
VENDOR NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, AMOUNT
FEB AP RUN,CK DATE-VOID, (2,369.08)
FEB AP RUN,WRNG CK DATE, 2,369.08
AMAZON, SPPLY, 68.79
MOORE MEDICAL, SPPLY, 121.15
MVB-VISA, PRCH SVCS, 340.93
PARAGARD DIRECT, SPPLY, 238.13
PMC, PRCH SVCS, 50.00
DENISE SHERIDAN, PRCH SVCS, 1,387.36
STAPLES, SPPLY, 162.72
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FED W/H, 1,414.27
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, 3,106.40
CO STATE WITHHOLDINGS, STATE W/H, 645.26
GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, 2,550.36
COUNTY HEALTH POOL, INSURANCE, 4,451.32
PUBLIC HEALTH FUND TOTAL: 14,536.69
FUND: DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES
VENDOR NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, AMOUNT
FEB AP RUN,CK DATE-VOID, (1,813.67)
FEB AP RUN,WRNG CK DATE, 1,813.67
CENTURYLINK, PRCH SVCS, 71.93
CENTURYLINK, PRCH SVCS, (19.41)
KENT A BORCHARD, PRCH SVCS, 1,750.00
PITNEY BOWES RES, PSTG-DHS, 11.15
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FED W/H, 4,016.70
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, 6,942.60
CO STATE WITHHOLDINGS, STATE W/H, 1,723.68
GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, 4,695.14
COUNTY HEALTH POOL, INSURANCE, 15,743.52
AP PAYMENTS, 4,955.84
DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES FUND TOTAL: 39,891.15
FUND: CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
VENDOR NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, AMOUNT
FEB AP RUN,CK DATE-VOID, (10,068.59)
FEB AP RUN,WRNG CK DATE, 10,068.59
COLORADO DOORWAYS, FFLD COMM, 943.00
DUCEY’S ELEC, FFLD COMM, 3,039.05
IDENTITY GRAPHICS, FFLD COMM, 2,101.00
MVB-VISA, FFLD COMM, 806.74
SANITARY SUPPLY, FFLD COMM, 1,522.84
SMITTY’S DRYWALL, FFLD COMM, 1,639.00
VALLEY HARDWARE, FFLD COMM, 16.96
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND TOTAL: 10,068.59
FUND:USE TAX
VENDOR NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, AMOUNT
FEB AP RUN,CK DATE-VOID, (7,473.00)
FEB AP RUN,WRNG CK DATE, 7,473.00
CENTURYLINK-LND LN, MKR SFHS, 56.12
COMMUNITY ACTION, INTR GOV, 358.00
MOON LAKE, UTL, 908.23
NICKSON, ANNALEE, PRCH SVCS, 31.11
PITNEY BOWES RES, PRCH SVCS, 140.50
RANGELY, TOWN OF, UTL, 113.78
RANGELY TRASH, UTL, 332.00
RB HERALD TIMES, PRCH SVCS, 37.50
U.S. FOODS, SPPLY, 5,165.09
WATT’S, FOOD SPPLY, 199.22
WHITE RIVER MARKET, FOOD SPPLY, 131.45
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FED W/H, 1,587.86
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, 3,204.85
CO STATE WITHHOLDINGS, STATE W/H, 719.09
GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, 2,331.31
COUNTY HEALTH POOL, INSURANCE, 8,930.32
FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTR, WAGE ASNMT, 420.00
USE TAX FUND TOTAL: 24,666.43
FUND: SOLID WASTE
VENDOR NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, AMOUNT
FEB AP RUN,CK DATE-VOID, (3,005.18)
FEB AP RUN,WRNG CK DATE, 3,005.18
CDPH, PRCH SVCS, 1,214.58
PITNEY BOWES RES, PRCH SVCS, 6.50
REDI SERVICES/WY, PRCH SVCS, 80.00
UNION, PRCH SVCS, 53.64
VALLEY HARDWARE, SPPLY, 166.31
WHITE RIVER DIST, PRCH SVCS, 15.00
WREA, UTL, 678.51
WHITE RIVER ENERGY, SPPLY, 790.64
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FED W/H, 1,423.59
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, 2,120.36
CO STATE WITHHOLDINGS, STATE W/H, 518.00
GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, 1,087.32
COUNTY HEALTH POOL, INSURANCE, 5,179.30
SOLID WASTE FUND TOTAL: 13,333.75
FUND: WEED & PEST
VENDOR NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, AMOUNT
FEB AP RUN,CK DATE-VOID, (388.80)
FEB AP RUN,WRNG CK DATE, 388.80
DULTMEIER, SPPLY, 230.85
MVB-VISA, SPPLY, 156.15
PITNEY BOWES RES, PRCH SVCS, 1.80
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FED W/H, 447.16
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, 637.72
CO STATE WITHHOLDINGS, STATE W/H, 173.00
GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, 500.16
COUNTY HEALTH POOL, INSURANCE, 922.10
WEED & PEST FUND TOTAL: 3,068.94
FUND: COMMUNICATIONS
VENDOR NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, AMOUNT
FEB AP RUN,CK DATE-VOID, (12,304.27)
FEB AP RUN,WRNG CK DATE, 12,304.27
FIBERSTORE, SPPLY, 47.04
KPE LOC, PRCH SVCS, 1,030.00
MAMMOTH NET, PRCH SVCS, 9,338.75
MVB-VISA, PRCH SVCS, 60.88
NOANET, PRCH SVCS, 544.00
PITNEY BOWES RES, PRCH SVCS, 4.00
RANGELY TRUE VALUE, SPPLY, 107.98
UTLITY NOTIFICATION, PRCH SVCS, 29.82
VALLEY HARDWARE, SPPLY, 173.05
WESTERN SLOPE INFO, PRCH SVCS, 968.75
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, 480.00
GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, 1,162.90
COUNTY HEALTH POOL, INSURANCE, 3,055.50
COMMUNICATIONS FUND TOTAL: 20,329.16
FUND: FAIRFIELD
VENDOR NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, AMOUNT
FEB AP RUN,CK DATE-VOID, (4,837.65)
FEB AP RUN,WRNG CK DATE, 4,837.65
ATMOS, UTL, 1,195.30
BOYKO, SPPLY, 399.81
EAGLE RIVER WASTE, UTL, 345.00
MEEKER SANITATION, UTL, 35.00
MEEKER, TOWN OF, UTL, 588.00
MID-AMERICAN RESEARCH, SPPLY, 380.50
SAMUELSON’S, SPPLY, 84.31
VALLEY HARDWARE, SPPLY, 24.96
WATT’S, SPPLY, 11.79
WREA, UTL, 1,772.98
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FED W/H, 310.91
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, 819.80
CO STATE WITHHOLDINGS, STATE W/H, 157.43
GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, 610.02
COUNTY HEALTH POOL, INSURANCE, 3,087.01
FAIRFIELD FUND TOTAL: 9,822.82
FUND: CENTRAL SERVICES
VENDOR NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, AMOUNT
FEB AP RUN,CK DATE-VOID, (1,179.78)
FEB AP RUN,WRNG CK DATE, 1,179.78
ALL COPY PROD, CNTRCT SVCS, 624.82
PITNEY BOWES RES, PSTG, 23.30
XEROX, CNTRCT SVCS, 531.66
CENTRAL SERVICES FUND TOTAL: 1,179.78
FUND: FLEET
VENDOR NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, AMOUNT
FEB AP RUN,CK DATE-VOID, (65,832.46)
FEB AP RUN,WRNG CK DATE, 65,832.46
ALL STATE COMM, SPPLY, 440.63
BEST DEAL SPRINGS, PRTS/ACCS, 135.96
CCNC, PRCH SVCS, 100.00
COLUMBINE FORD, PRTS/ACCS, 76.74
GCR TIRES, TIRES, 2,609.12
GILBARCO, PRCH SVCS, 130.38
HONNEN EQUIP, PRTS/ACCS, 5,483.53
KIMBALL MIDWEST, SPPLY, 581.13
LACAL EQUIP, PRTS/ACCS, 398.24
LAWSON PROD, SPPLY, 49.12
MASTER PETROLEUM, GAS, 17,789.16
MCGUIRE AUTO, PRTS/ACCS, 2,001.64
MEEKER AUTO, PRTS/ACCS, 1,382.15
MOON LAKE ELEC, UTL, 126.40
MVB-VISA, SPPLY, 413.74
NORTHWEST AUTO, PRTS/ACCS, 28,734.02
OFFICE DEPOT, SPPLY, 21.99
POWER EQUIP, RPT/MNTC, 1,185.04
RANGELY AUTO, PRTS/ACCS, 414.54
TRANSWEST TRUCKS, PRTS/ACCS, 15.91
VALLEY HARDWARE, SPPLY, 46.54
WAGNER EQUIP, PRTS/ACCS, 1,068.00
WESTFALL O’DELL, PRTS/ACCS, 787.25
WREA, UTL, 759.37
WR ENERGY, UTL, 719.58
XCEL ENERGY, UTL, 362.28
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FED W/H, 2,354.36
US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, 4,775.81
CO STATE WITHHOLDINGS, STATE W/H, 1,001.00
GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, 4,276.29
COUNTY HEALTH POOL, INSURANCE, 10,961.11
FLEET FUND TOTAL: 89,201.03
TOTAL: $921,001.28
PUBLISHED: MARCH 21, 2019
RIO BLANCO HERALD TIMES

Town of Rangely
March 26, 2019 – 7:00pm
Agenda
Rangely Board of Trustees (Town Council)
Andy Shaffer, Mayor
Andy Key, Mayor ProTem
Trey Robie, Trustee
Luke Geer, Trustee
Tyson Hacking, Trustee
Matt Billgren, Trustee
Rich Garner, Trustee
1. Call to Order
2. Roll Call
3. Invocation
4. Pledge of Allegiance
5. Minutes of Meeting
a. Discussion and Action to approve the minutes of March 12, 2019
1. Petitions and Public Input
2. Changes to the Agenda
3. Public Hearings – 7:15pm
4. Committee/Board Meetings
5. Reports From Council
6. Supervisor Reports – See Attached
a. Ti Hamblin
b. Don Reed
1. Reports from Officers – Town Manager Update
2. Old Business
3. New Business
a. Discussion and Action to approve the February 2019 Financials
b. Discussion and Action to approve the application for a (REDI) Rural Economic Development Innovation Grant which will create an economic Development Plan for Rangely, Colorado
c. Discussion and Action to approve the application for a DOLA (UTA) University Technical Assistance Grant for Community Development towards design of our Main Street East Entrance and Downtown improvement with budgeted costs totaling $10,000 with a 60% match.
d. Discussion and Action to approve the application for an EIAF Grant for the Wastewater Manhole Project budgeted costs totaling $105,066 with a 50% match.
e. Discussion and Action to approve $700.00 covering an additional day for the Human Trafficking trailer set up on the CNCC campus for Students and Faculty.
f. Discussion and review the Ordinance 682 (2013) to prohibit the operation of marijuana cultivation facilities, marijuana product manufacturing facilities, marijuana testing facilities and retail marijuana stores in the Town of Rangely.
1. Informational Items
a. Western Colorado Peace Officers Graduation Invitation
b. Chevron U.S.A. Event – June 8, 2019
1. Board Vacancies
a. RDA/RDC Board Vacancy
b. Planning and Zoning Board Vacancy
2. Scheduled Announcements
a. Rangely School District Board meeting has been scheduled for March 12, 2019 at 6:15pm
b. Rio Blanco County Commissioners Board meeting is scheduled for March 18, 2019 at 11:00am
c. Rural Fire Protection District Board meeting is scheduled for March 18, 2019 at 7:00pm
d. RDA/RDC Board meeting scheduled for March 21, 2019 at 7:00pm
e. Rangely Chamber of Commerce Board meeting is scheduled for March 21, 2019 at 12:00 noon
f. Community Networking Meeting is scheduled for March 26, 2019 at 12:00 noon
g. Rio Blanco Water Conservancy District Board meeting is scheduled for March 27, 2019 at 6:00pm
h. Rangely District Hospital board meeting is scheduled for March 28, 2019 at 6:00pm
i. Rangely Junior College District Board meeting is scheduled for April 08, 2019 at 12noon
j. Rangely District Library Board meeting is scheduled for April 08, 2019 at 5:00pm
k. Western Rio Blanco Park & Recreation District Board meeting is scheduled for April 08, 2019 at 7:00pm
1. Adjournment
Published: March 21, 2019
Rio Blanco Herald Times

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