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March 6, 2018 (FULL DETAILED REPORT)

Tuesday, March 13th, 2018

STATE OF WYOMING            )                                                                                                                   LANDER, WYOMING

) ss.                                     OFFICE OF THE FREMONT COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

COUNTY OF FREMONT         )                                                                                                               MARCH 6, 2018

 

 

FULL DETAILED REPORT

 

The Board of Fremont County Commissioners met in Regular Session at 9:00 a.m. with the following members present:  Chairman Travis Becker, Vice-Chairman Larry Allen, Jennifer McCarty and Clarence Thomas.  Commissioner Ray Price was absent.  Fremont County Clerk Julie A. Freese was present for the meeting.

 

Larry Allen moved, Jennifer McCarty seconded, to approve the Agenda as amended.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Larry Allen moved, Clarence Thomas seconded, to approve the minutes of the Regular Meeting held February 20, 2018.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Jennifer McCarty moved, Clarence Thomas seconded, to accept the regular bills for payment.  Chairman Becker abstained from voting on The Print Shop voucher.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Name
Department
Description
Total Cost
2 M Construction, Inc.
1% Gravel Projects
Materials
$2,145.00
A & I Distributors
Vehicle Maintenance
Parts/Supplies
$1,152.16
Ace Hardware Lander
Segregated
Materials/Supplies
$46.56
Airgas USA LLC
1% Infrastructure Projects
Supplies
$175.36
Alsco, Inc.
Segregated
Laundry
$189.88
American Family & Life Insurance
Segregated
Insurance
$10,020.03
American Heritage Life Insurance
Segregated
Insurance
$35.62
AmeriGas
County Buildings
Propane
$554.58
Applied Concepts, Inc.
County Sheriff
Equipment Repairs
$470.00
Artery Construction, Inc.
County Buildings
Contract Services
$48.00
AXA Equitable PEDC
Segregated
Annuity
$250.00
B & B Enterprises LLC
Segregated
Signs/Supplies
$223.50
B I, Inc.
Detention Center
Monthly Charges
$28.00
Bailey Enterprises, Inc.
Inventory
Bulk Fuel Account
$19,893.05
Battery Station, LLC
County Sheriff
Batteries
$225.65
Bill’s Quality Auto Glass
Vehicle Maintenance
Windshield Repair
$320.37
Black Hills Energy
Segregated
Utility Service
$12,904.26
Bloedorn Lumber Lander
County Sheriff
Materials
$31.95
Blue Cross Blue Shield of WY
Co Admin
Health Insurance
$321,617.00
Blue Cross Blue Shield of WY
Co Admin
Health Insurance Claims
$234,382.69
Bowdel Steven P.
Detention Center
Medical Services
$2,250.00
Burden, Dan
Health Nurse
Services
$293.50
Carroll Septic Service
County Buildings
Services
$250.00
Charter Communications
Segregated
Internet Services
$357.87
Child Support Services/ORS
Payroll
Child Support
$564.00
Clifford, Gregory P., M.D., P.C.
Detention Center
Inmate Medical
$837.00
Colonial Life & Accident, Ins
Segregated
Insurance
$165.22
Communication Electronics, Inc.
Segregated
Repairs/Fire Alarm Panel
$10,971.00
Control Solutions, Inc.
Health Nurse
Contract Services
$133.00
Coulter, Kevin
County Sheriff
Reimburse Expenses
$40.00
Cowboy Chemical, Inc.
Segregated
Building Materials/Supplies
$496.95
Davis Funeral Home
Health & Welfare
Indigent Funeral
$1,550.00
Dubois Telephone Exchange
Segregated
Telephone Services
$1,208.27
ESRI
Segregated
ArcGIS Maintenance
$10,600.00
Fast Lane, Inc.
Detention Center
Vehicle Fuel
$41.17
FleetPride, Inc.
Vehicle Maintenance
Parts
$74.53
Food Services of America
Detention Center
Prisoner Board
$3,351.96
Fremont County Treasurer
Co Admin
Withholding/FICA
$192,880.99
Fremont County Treasurer
Co Admin
Section 125 Benefits
$41,401.43
Fremont County Treasurer
Co Admin
Health Insurance
$33,271.85
Fremont Motor Riverton, Inc.
Vehicle Maintenance
Parts/Supplies
$144.18
Fremont Motors Lander
Capital Asset Acquisitions
2018 Dodge Grand Caravan
$23,000.00
Fremont Orthopaedics P.C.
Detention Center
Inmate Medical
$1,277.00
Globalstar USA
Search & Rescue
Satellite Phone Services
$177.65
Grainger
County Buildings
Materials/Supplies
$70.52
Great West Trust
Segregated
Wyoming Benefits
$5,705.00
HealthSmart Benefit Solutions
Segregated
Insurance
$944.00
Hopkin, Justin
Segregated
County Health Officer
$1,400.00
I State Truck Center
Vehicle Maintenance
Parts
$119.65
Int’l Academies of Emerg Dispatch
Dispatch Center
Training
$555.00
Int’l Assoc. of Chiefs of Police
County Sheriff
Membership Dues
$150.00
Intoximeters, Inc.
Detention Center
Supplies
$992.50
iWorQ Systems Inc.
Transportation
Management Services
$5,400.00
J. Brower Psychological Services
County Sheriff
Contract Services
$300.00
Jace Water Service, Inc.
1% Gravel Projects
Contract Services
$1,100.00
Jennings, Chance A.
County Sheriff
Services
$110.00
Lander Medical Clinic P.C.
Segregated
Family Planning/Inmate Medical
$3,664.37
Lander Valley Auto Parts
1% Infrastructure Projects
Cattle Guard Supplies
$69.86
Lazzari, Bailey
Public Defender
Office Rent
$450.00
Lee, William C.
Search & Rescue
Reimburse Expenses
$63.71
Linton’s Big R Store
Segregated
Uniform Supplies
$67.98
Lopez, Marcel
Planning
Reimburse Expenses
$781.56
Lyles, Jesse
County Sheriff
Reimburse Mileage
$83.20
Mark’s Auto Sales & Towing
Abandoned Vehicles
Vehicle Towing
$100.00
Moskovitz, Amy Marie
Fremont County WIC
Reimburse Mileage
$170.04
Mountain Dental P.C.
Detention Center
Inmate Medical
$556.00
Mountain West Towing LLC
Abandoned Vehicles
Vehicle Towing
$95.00
Mr. D’s Food Center, Inc.
Search & Rescue
Supplies
$71.14
Myers Enterprises, Inc.
Detention Center
Equipment
$1,675.00
National Business Systems, Inc.
County Treasurer
Postcards/Postage
$2,510.77
National Sheriff’s Association
County Sheriff
Membership Dues
$115.00
Natrona County Sheriff
Detention Center
Inmate Housing
$11,076.60
New York Life Insurance
Segregated
Insurance
$261.03
Northern Arapaho Child Support
Payroll
Child Support
$598.78
Office Shop Inc., The
Segregated
Service Agreements/Repairs
$327.71
OR Dept. of Justice
Payroll
Child Support
$500.94
Osage Industries, Inc.
Vehicle Maintenance
Parts
$115.47
Overhead Door, Inc.
County Buildings
Parts/Supplies/Services
$38.68
Owens, Jimmy L.
1% Gravel Projects
Contract Services
$1,831.50
Palace Pharmacy
Detention Center
Inmate Prescriptions
$13,620.79
Paws for Life
County Sheriff
Animal Boarding
$420.00
Phillips, Adam E.
District Court
Court Representation
$881.25
Post, Raymond
County Sheriff
Car Wash
$27.41
Print Shop, The
County Sheriff
Printed Office
$264.70
Priority Dispatch, Inc.
Dispatch Center
Training
$15,075.00
Quill Corporation
Segregated
Office Supplies
$826.92
R C Lock & Key
Segregated
Keys/Services
$101.26
R T Communications
Segregated
Telephone Services
$537.39
RACO Industries LLC
County Clerk
Label Supplies
$332.02
Rapid Fire Protection, Inc.
County Buildings Detention
Fire Sprinklers
$1,315.00
Remote Satellite Systems
Search & Rescue
Equipment
$56.00
Riverton Physician Practices LLC
County Sheriff
Drug Testing
$55.00
Riverton Ranger, Inc.
Detention Center
Advertising
$141.75
Riverton, City of
County Buildings
Water/Sewer
$734.01
Safeway, Inc.
Detention Center
Supplies
$308.59
Sagewest Health Care
Detention Center
Inmate Medical
$7,774.62
Schoneberger, Valerie
Public Defender
Office Rent
$450.00
Secretary of State
County Clerk
Notary Fee
$30.00
Sirchie Finger Print Lab
County Sheriff
Supplies
$111.25
Skaggs Companies, Inc.
Segregated
Uniforms/Supplies
$106.95
Smith Medical Partners LLC
Family Planning Services
Medical Supplies
$47.40
Smrekar, Hannah
County Sheriff
Services
$100.00
Snider, Yvonne
Sheriff Victim Services
Reimburse Expenses
$151.20
State Disbursement Unit
Payroll
Child Support
$1,119.00
State of Wyoming
Public Defender
Office Rent
$1,650.00
Stock Doc, P.C., The
County Sheriff
Dog/Horse Boarding
$213.40
Stroupe Pest Control Inc.
County Buildings
Pest Control
$115.00
Sysco Montana Inc.
Detention Center
Inmate Supplies
$15,549.59
Talkington, Kay
Detention Center
Inmate Supplies
$86.00
Terrance R. Martin P.C.
Segregated
Court Representation/Office Rent
$1,162.50
The Company, Inc.
Planning
Survey/Description
$250.00
Thompson, Codi S., R.D.
Detention Center
Contract Services
$303.30
Total Net Salaries
Segregated
Salaries
$630,338.53
Triangle C Ranch
Search & Rescue
Equipment
$7,500.00
Tweed’s Wholesale Co.
Segregated
Supplies/Inmate Board
$6,996.99
University of Utah
Detention Center
Contract Services
$1,418.25
Western Printing, Inc.
Segregated
Printed Supplies
$388.06
Whiting Law, P.C.
District Court
Professional Services
$2,775.00
William H. Smith & Associates Inc.
Bridge Repair
Project SA4-Ore Rd
$1,680.00
Wind River Radiology P.C.
Detention Center
Inmate Medical
$570.00
Wind River Towing
Abandoned Vehicles
Towing
$80.00
Wy Child Support Enforcement
Segregated
Child Support
$800.00
Wy Dept of Workforce Services
Co Admin
Workers Comp
$20,160.00
Wyoming Center for Sight
Detention Center
Inmate Medical
$180.00
Wyoming Engineering Society
Transportation
WES Conference
$210.00
Wyoming Financial Insurance
County Clerk
Bonds
$100.00
Wyoming Retirement System
Co Admin
Contributions
$142,145.89
Wyoming SDU
Payroll
Child Support
$830.00
Wyoming.com
Segregated
Internet Services
$1,074.12
Clarence Thomas moved, Jennifer McCarty seconded, to accept a voucher from Wyoming Behavioral Institute in the amount of $4,317.00 for Title 25 patients.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

The following items in the Signature File were reviewed:  1) sympathy cards; 2) Abatement Summary cover sheet; 3) Reply letter to BIA objecting to the application they received for the acquisition of land by the United States to be held in trust for the use and benefit of the Northern Arapaho Tribe; and 4) Record of Proceedings.  Larry Allen moved, Jennifer McCarty seconded, to approve Findings of Fact and Proposed Plan of Dissolution and Liquidation Regarding Dissolution of a Special District in the Matter of the Dissolution of the Lucky 13 Special Water District.  Motion carried unanimously.  Larry Allen moved, Jennifer McCarty seconded, to approve Resolution No. 2018-11 “Declaring the Lucky 13 Special Water District Dissolved.”  Motion carried unanimously.  Larry Allen moved, Jennifer McCarty seconded, to approve an Agreement for Transfer of Land and Special Limited Warranty Deed from the Board of Commissioners of Fremont County, Wyoming to Jerry and Theresa Schroeder for 0.57 acres.  Motion carried unanimously.  Receipt of the amount of $351.26 was acknowledged.  Larry Allen moved, Jennifer McCarty seconded, to approve Western Surety Company Official Bond and Oath for Jeffrey City Water & Sewer District directors Rebecca Ruth Darnell and Phillip R. Moody.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

The following items in the Priority Mail were reviewed:  1) High Plains Power, Inc. proxy votes (forwarded to the next meeting); and 2) Fremont County Local Emergency Planning Committee meeting reminder for March 21st (Vice-Chairman Allen plans on attending).

 

There was nobody present for the public comment period.

 

Athletic trainers Adam Simon (CWC) and Paige Nolan (LVHS) requested the Board Proclaim March as National Athletic Training Month in Fremont County.  They discussed the goals of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association long history of providing quality health care for athletes and those engaged in physical activity.  Larry Allen moved, Jennifer McCarty seconded, to Proclaim March as National Athletic Training Month in Fremont County.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Riverton Mayor Lars Baker introduced the City’s new Administrator, Tony Tolstedt, to the Board.  Tolstedt was the former City Administrator in Douglas which gave him the opportunity to work closely with the Converse County Commissioners.  He outlined his goals which include long range planning, providing good information to the City Council so they can make good decisions and redevelopment of the Riverton Master Plan.  He plans to develop a close working relationship with County Officials and specifically the County Planning Department in this endeavor.

 

Transportation Superintendent Dave Pendleton gave an update on the 1% fund gravel project by stating crews began hauling on South Muddy today.  There has been approximately 20,000 yards of material crushed in the Lost Wells Butte pit and the remaining 30,000 yards will be crushed within the next ten days.  The next haul will take place on Tunnel Hill Road.  He stated Tunnel Hill and South Muddy roads required fill dirt before gravel could be placed and he expressed appreciation to landowner James Bousman for providing the material free to the County.  Pendleton stated the graveling projects would not be possible without the 1% funding approved by the voters and is providing great improvements on roads around the county.  Later in the meeting, Pendleton stated a trackhoe rental will not be necessary to complete the crushing project in the Lost Wells Butte pit, as earlier anticipated.

 

Dave Pendleton stated the Riverton Crew was informed by the Sheriff’s Department over the weekend of major road damage in several spots on the Castle Gardens Road.  The warmer temperatures and snow melt is causing moisture from the prairie to run across the Road in several spots.  The damaged areas have been repaired and others have been marked with safety cones to alert traveling motorists until repairs can be made.  Culverts and tremendous amount of fill material would be required to properly repair the road to prevent water overtopping in future events.  The steamer will be used in other areas to thaw out existing culverts so like damage can be prevented.

 

An update on the Dry Creek Road Realignment project was given and Dave Pendleton stated the AML is currently advertising for bids to reclaim the Rattlesnake quarry and crush the lower portion of the gravel needed for Dry Creek Road Improvement project.  The design plans for the project calls for proper drainage and reducing snow drifting issues.

 

James Gores and Associates, P.C. Engineer Eric Carr joined Dave Pendleton to provide an update on the Moneta-Lysite Road Shoulder Improvement project.  The aerial drone data has been received and are being used to provide dirt work quantity amounts.  The geo-technical study has not been completed yet.  He stated a 1968 WYDOT Plan Document was found and they are in the discovery phase as it indicates a 200’ ROW versus the 60’ on current plans.  If the WYDOT plans are accurate, a BLM survey requirement for a paleontology study may not be necessary which would provide a project cost and time savings to the project.  They plan to schedule a stakeholders meeting in the near future and bid the project either mid to late summer.  Design software sets a speed limit between 55-60 miles per hour.

 

In closing, Dave Pendleton gave a budget update by stating there is a balance of $867,986 in the 1% fund and $1,266,000 in the Road Construction Fund, which includes anticipated revenue.  A recent meeting with Tribal Transportation Planners and Commissioners was briefly reviewed, and Pendleton will send Eastern Shoshone Business Council Chairman Wagon the information on projects completed and planned for maintenance with 1% funding.

 

Fremont County Library Director Janette McMahon asked for approval to fill a 32-hour position at the Riverton Branch.  She stated there is nobody in-house who will move into the position.  Jennifer McCarty moved, Larry Allen seconded, to approve refilling the position.  Motion carried unanimously.  McMahon also presented information on a time management study that is taking place within the Library system.   The information will provide staff and resource use that will be applicable to the upcoming budget.

 

County Clerk Julie Freese stated an amendment has been suggested by County Attorney Patrick LeBrun regarding the recently approved Employee Driving Record Policy.  The Clerk has been given authority to obtain a Release for Driving Record & Personal Information from all employees for submission to the State on those employees who will be operating a county motor vehicle.  The suggested addition is “the County Clerk will ask for no more than the previous five years of driving records”.  Clarence Thomas moved, Larry Allen seconded, to approve the amendment to the Employee Driving Record Policy.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

In another matter, Julie Freese reviewed the Mileage Reimbursement Policy stating reimbursement is automatically $.30/mile if a personal vehicle is used and a county pool car is available.  If no county car is available, reimbursement would be $.40/mile.  Several Elected Officials had asked for an exemption for their employees that are either on-call or that daily go to the post office and/or bank.  The Commissioners stated they would look into the possibility of providing a car to these departments to be used on a daily basis with no pool check out required.  In the meantime, the Policy stands regarding mileage reimbursement rates.

 

Two bids were received from prospective tenants for rental of agricultural property located at 1249 Major Avenue, Riverton (approximately 105 acres).  Chairman Becker took the bids under advisement and will prepare a side by side comparison for action at the following meeting.

 

Commissioner meeting reports were given.

 

Commissioner McCarty attended the Fremont County Recreation Commission and Historic Preservation Commission monthly meetings.  She noted the Planning Commission did not meet in February.

 

Commissioner Thomas will meet with a Fort Washakie landowner over their possible land donation for a Fire Hall.  He reviewed the recent meeting with the Intertribal Council to collaborate on road issues.  The next meeting is set for July 18th.

 

Vice-Chairman Allen attended the Intertribal meeting and will meet with CWC officials later in the day regarding educational opportunities for emergency services.

 

Chairman Becker stated the Fremont County Public Lands Initiative Committee has been meeting on a routine basis and they are moving forward with formulating recommendations to be presented to the Commission regarding the WSAs in Fremont County.    He relayed discussion with the Office of Homeland Security Director Cameron who stated FEMA has notified him that Fremont County will be receiving less money than expended as much of the work was done prior to the actual flood event in 2017.  Both Chairman Becker and Vice-Chairman Allen will respond with concern the County is being penalized for being proactive and coming through the flood with no loss of life and little loss of property as a result.

 

A Public Hearing was held at 10:30 a.m., as advertised, regarding renewals of County Retail Liquor Licenses and County Malt Beverage Permits for the upcoming license year (April 15, 2018 – April 14, 2019).  There was nobody present in the audience either for or against the issuance of the licenses.  Sheriff Hornecker’s Office had submitted a letter stating that a review of the incident reports related to the establishments was taken and that there were no areas of concern with any of the establishments.  The Alcohol Compliance checks for 2017 resulted in one warning and two citations.  The majority of the establishments participate in the TiPS training and all paperwork and requirements have been met for the following Retail Liquor Licenses:  Atlantic City Mercantile, Inc. d/b/a Atlantic City Mercantile, Bruce & Karen Davison d/b/a B & K Shoreline Stop, BL Property, LLC d/b/a Brooks Lake Lodge; JBALL WY Adventure Ranch d/b/a Crooked Creek Guest Ranch; LA Enterprises, Inc. d/b/a The Kinnear Store; Poverty Hill North, LLC d/b/a Lava Mountain Lodge; AJ Halmay & Associates US, Inc. d/b/a Lazy L & B Ranch; Line Shack LLC d/b/a The Line Shack; Greg Rochlitz d/b/a Lou’s Midvale Store; Robert & Barbara Townsend d/b/a Miner’s Delight B & B; Miners Grubstake LLC d/b/a Miners Grubstake; Paul’s Mobile Home Service, Inc. d/b/a PMS Fireworks & More; Rezeride, Inc. d/b/a Rezeride Roadhouse; Isebel R. Hiatt d/b/a Split Rock Bar & Café; and Wind River Watering Hole d/b/a Triangle C Ranch and County Retail Malt Beverage Permits:  Double H, Inc. d/b/a Boysen Marina & Campground and Lysite Corner Store LLC d/b/a Lysite Corner Store.  Larry Allen moved, Jennifer McCarty seconded, to approve the renewals for all Retail Liquor License and County Retail Malt Beverage Permits.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

UW Extension Educator for the Northwest Region, Barton Stam, presented a Final Project Report entitled “Wyoming Livestock Predation Trends and Mitigation Survey”.  The project was funded by the Wyoming Animal Damage Management Board.  The Executive Summary states that predation of livestock in Wyoming is a major concern for agriculture and conservation, but federal surveys only extrapolate limited information at a very coarse scale.  Therefore, ranchers in Wyoming were asked to participate in the survey.  Key conclusions were:  wolves are the greatest predator of bulls and cows and coyotes re the greatest predator of calves; coyotes are the greatest predator of rams, ewes and lambs; for cattle operations, peak parturition periods correlate with peak predation periods but for sheep operations, predation is a problem for the majority of the year; as the period for parturition is extended, the period of predation is extended, so shortening the parturition period should theoretically shorten the “bad” predation period; half of the participants indicated that rough country and severe winters were both associated with an increase of predation; more than two-thirds of participants noted an increase of livestock nervousness and changes in distribution and grazing patterns associated with the presence of predators; coyote predation of sheep is a major problem state-wide; foxes and bobcats are generally not a problem predator for cattle; bear predation is generally confined to the western part of the state; bird predation of sheep are a major problem state-wide; non-lethal mitigation strategies are generally considered to be non-effective with the exception of guard animals for certain predator species with a few exceptions noted for herding and fencing; and emerging themes included concern about predatory birds and the effects of predators on sage-grouse and concern about funding in the future.  The combined value of annual losses of cattle and sheep in Wyoming area round $4.5 million.  A second article was distributed “Dead Lambs and Calves Aren’t the Only Loss: counting the non-lethal cost of predators in Wyoming.  Livestock losses to predators, and associated compensation programs, are based on federal mortality surveys, yet these surveys do not document the many non-lethal losses faced by ranchers (lower birth rates, lower weight gains, changes in distribution of grazing, etc.).  Most concerning, is the estimated economic impacts can equal or exceed those caused by mortalities.  The third article reviewed was titled “Rancher-reported efficacy of lethal and non-lethal livestock predation mitigation strategies for a suite of carnivores.”  The Board thanked Stam for the information and stressed the importance of sharing with the County Predatory Animal Board as well.

 

County Clerk Julie Freese stated the Official Voter Survey is still open until the end of the month.  She acknowledged the letter of appreciation from an individual that attended the Lander Town Hall Meeting where, in addition to the voting equipment segment, the Commissioners reviewed the 1% fund indicating where the monies are being spent.  Freese stated she will do a presentation during the upcoming Elected Officials and Department Heads monthly meeting on March 12th regarding staffing on election days in 2018 and election updates.

 

Building Maintenance Supervisor JR Oakley provided an update on recent issues with the Dubois Ambulance house.  The first issue was a plugged sewer line, which was found to actually be a broken sewer line.  Oakley hired a contractor to excavate the line and it has been repaired with a double clean out, as per specs.  This bill will be the responsibility of Guardian.  Then while digging the sewer line, an unmarked power line was cut, even though a call before you dig ticket was done.  What they cut was a power cable used as a temporary oilfield power line.  As a result, he is soliciting bids to replace the line with proper material as the cut line was illegal and inappropriate for the house.  The power line will be the responsibility of the County.  And finally, during excavation, the water line was hit.  This has now been repaired.

 

Larry Allen moved, Clarence Thomas seconded, to adjourn into Executive Session with Executive Health Insurance Committee members Margy Irvine and Julie Freese for personnel.  Following completion of that session, the Board continued in Executive Session for potential litigation.  County and Prosecuting Attorney Patrick LeBrun was present for both sessions.  Larry Allen moved, Clarence Thomas seconded, to return to Regular Session.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

There being no further business, Larry Allen moved, Clarence Thomas seconded, to adjourn the meeting at

11:45 a.m. and reconvene for a Regular Meeting on March 13, 2018 at 9:00 a.m.   Motion carried unanimously.

 

A full detailed report and the official minutes are posted on Fremont County’s website at www.fremontcountywy.org.

 

 

/s/      TRAVIS BECKER, CHAIRMAN

FREMONT COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

 

 

ATTEST:

 

/s/      JULIE A. FREESE, FREMONT COUNTY CLERK AND CLERK OF THE BOARD

 

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