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Tuesday, September 6, 2022

8:30 o’clock a.m. Present were Chairman Kelly B. Dennis, Vice-Chairwoman Jeanne A. Whalen, Member Fred M. Devish and County Clerk Melissa Jones.

The Pledge of Allegiance was recited to the Flag.

Fred moved to sign a Proclamation declaring the month of September as Hunger Action Month. Jeanne seconded, all ayes, motion carried.

Jeanne moved to approve the minutes from August 1, 2 & 8, 2022. Fred seconded, all ayes, motion carried.

Clerk Jones presented the board with a petition for enlargement for Tower Ridge Estates Improvement and Service District. Fred moved to approve the petition for enlargement. Jeanne seconded, all ayes, motion carried.

Fred moved to approve two (2) Annual Compensation Agreements with the University of Wyoming for the

positions of the Extension Secretary and the 4-H Youth Development position. Jeanne seconded, all ayes, motion


Jeanne moved to accept “Disclosure Statement for Investment of Public Funds” from the following people: Kelly B. Dennis, Jeanne A. Whalen, Fred M. Devish, Melissa Jones, Aimee Holt, Meghan Porter, Michelle Ramos, Janelle Peterson, Tammy Jundt, Teresa Lang, Joni Latham, Krystyna Nible, Karyn White, Theresa Curren, Jeff Hodge, April Gill, Joseph M. Baron, Mike Frolander, Christina R. Wood, Julie Altaffer, Alex Jessen, Peggy Boardman, Carolyn Fowler, Lonny Bossman, Bonnie L. Stahla, Mary Farnsworth, Richard R. Sackett, Criss Neiman, Barbara Sue Fuhrmann and Randy Leinen. Fred seconded, all ayes, motion carried.

The following bills were presented to the Board:

Claimant-Description-Amount Allowed:

Total Wages and Cell Phone Stipend-$230,455.34;AFLAC-Insurance-$2,347.98;Clerk of the District Court-Garnishment-$413.00;Col. Life & Accident Ins. Co.-Insurance-$48.07;Crook County Payroll Tax Account-Withholding & Social Security-$67,841.16;Great-West Trust Company, LLC-Deferred Compensation-$2,880.00;NCPERS Wyoming-Life Insurance-$160.00;New York Life Insurance Company-Life Insurance-$454.78;WY Department of Workforce Services-Worker's Compensation-$3,753.39;Wyoming Retirement System-Retirement-$52,658.83;Wyoming Educator's Benefit Trust-Health, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance-$69,389.44;Election Judges-Election Judge Salaries and Expenses-$14,350.33;21 Electric LLC-Parts & Labor-$1,445.20;A & I Distributors-Oil-$2,055.31;A-1 Transmission Specialists-Parts & Labor-$982.90;Alsco-Shop & Courthouse Supplies-$410.13;April D. Gill-Cell Phone Reimbursement-$45.00;Architectural Specialties, LLC-Labor-$746.30;AT&T Mobility-Cell Phone-$870.79;Axis Forensic Toxicology Inc-Drug Panel-$260.00;BAM Document Destruction & Recycling LLC-Document Disposal-$2,838.00;Bear Lodge Motel-Room Rent-$96.00;Big Horn Telecommunications LLC-Database Changes-$85.00;Big Horn Tire Inc.-Batteries & Tires-$7,116.55;BJ Nelson Inc-Parts & Labor-$629.38;Black Hills Chemical Co.-Courthouse Supplies-$546.99;Black Hills Energy-Electricity -$21.70;Black Hills Psychology-Med Appointment-$120.00;Blakeman Propane Inc-Propane-$17.55;BN Doors, LLC-Gutters & Downspouts-$1,223.00;Bomgaars-Parts-$112.98;Brannan Trucking Inc-Contract Hauling -$27,435.00;Campbell County Health-Title 25-$3,016.00;CBH Co-op-Fuel-$48,216.74;CCFV/SAS, Inc-County Funding-$2,750.00;Centurylink-E911 Telephone-$1,407.12;Charm-Tex Inc-Jail Supplies-$179.80;City of Gillette-Water-$7.50;City of Sundance-Water-$4,100.34;Clinical Lab of the Black Hills-Autopsy-$1,675.00;Coffee Cup Fuel Stop-Fuel-$267.07;Collins Communications-Alarm Monitoring, Parts & Labor-$941.23;Contractors Supply Inc.-Parts-$893.07;Crook County Medical Services District-Prisoner Meals & Food-$6,364.14;Crook County Natural Resource District-County Funding-$15,000.00;Crook County Treasurer-Postage-$22.25;Crook County Weed & Pest-Chemical-$17.81;Custom Auto & Truck-Services, Parts & Repairs-$3,420.22;Dale Davis-Road Viewer Fees, Mileage & Meal-$259.17;Dallas L Rolf-Fuel to pick up a fire truck-$821.64;David Osborne-Mileage-$77.38;Decker's Market-Supplies-$515.58;Donna's Diner II-Cookies - Election School, Meals - Fish Fire & Mason Fire-$9,026.00;Dru Consulting LLC-Consulting Services-$2,187.50;Election Systems & Software-Ballot & Audio set up-$2,799.25;Emergency Services Marketing Corp., Inc.-Telephone Call Costs-$3,137.00;Employment Testing Services Inc-Drug Testing-$292.00;Fedex-Shipping-$11.76;Ferguson-Filters-$1,602.24;Floyds Truck Center WY-Parts-$650.36;Four Aces Contracting LLC-Steel Building-$6,875.00;Galls, LLC-Uniform Pants-$327.00;Glenrock Fire Department-Tires with Rims-$14,000.00;Grimm's Pump & Industrial Supply-Parts-$1,594.99;Grossenburg Implement Inc-Parts-$417.57;HDR Engineering, Inc.-Professional Services-$5,650.05;Hofer Fire Stuff, LLC-Injection Pellets-$839.77;Hub Int'l. Mountain States LTD-Endorsement Extending Policy-$470.05;Hulett Hardware-Parts & Supplies-$148.43;Humphrey Law LLC-Court Appointed Attorney Fees-$2,270.20;Industrial Communications & Electronics, Inc.-Service Calls-$882.00;Integritas Forum LLC-Fuel & Parts-$1,503.72;Interstate Power Systems Inc-Air Conditioner-$1,267.33;Jagow Enterprises Inc-Contract Hauling -$11,136.24;Jan Pruet-CPR Refresher & Cards-$325.00;Jeanne Whalen-Mileage-$216.63;Jeffrey Hodge-Cell Phone Reimbursement-$45.00;Joe Dirt Septic & Drain LLC-Service porta potty at polling location-$75.00;JW Services, LLC-Contract Hauling -$550.01;Karen's Delivery Co.-Delivery-$45.00;KC Transport, Inc.-Contract Hauling -$6,725.39;Kimball Midwest-Parts-$523.00;KLH Consulting Inc-Drive for NAS, Spare Parts, Remote and Onesite Computer Services-$12,273.13;Knecht Home Center of Spearfish LLC-Parts & Supplies-$1,705.45;Kreuter's, LLC-Battery-$198.90;Lakeview Wash & Storage-Car Washes-$74.57;Local Government Liability Pool-Deductible-$5,000.00;Longhorn Saloon & Grill-Rally Meal-$20.67;Leuders Food Center-Food - Fish Fire-$260.90;Marco Technologies LLC-Copy / Maint. Fee-$84.33;Max Robert Masters-GIS Consulting & Mapping Contract-$3,400.00;Melissa L Jones-Mileage & Meal-$208.81;MG Oil Company-Oil & Tubes-$1,030.92;Michael R Frolander-Reimbursement-$13.05;Monument Health-Morgue Use-$461.00;Morgan Ellsbury-Monthly Truck Lease-$1,100.00;Motorola Solutions, Inc.-Watchguard Storage-$112.02;National Sheriff's Association-NSA Membership Dues-$71.00;North Central International Inc-Muffler-$284.30;Northern Engine & Supply-Driveline Repair-$1,382.15;Paradise Foods-Fuel-$185.21;Plainsman Printing, Inc-Legal Case binders-$264.92;Powder River Energy Corp.-Electricity -$6,703.16;Quality Agg & Construction, Inc-J Base-$136.06;Quality Hardware & Supply-Parts-$135.12;Quill Corporation-Office Supplies & Chairs-$586.09;Range Telephone Cooperative Inc-Telephone-$7,059.16;Raquel Croell-County Website Maintenance-$500.00;Record Supply Inc-Parts-$314.92;RG Trucking-Contract Hauling -$13,787.37;Rocking Cowboy Cuisine LLC-Meals - Fish Fire-$4,000.00;Rolling Metal Sinclair-Fuel-$217.99;Runnings Supply Inc-Fuel Tank, Transfer Tank & Truck Box-$2,749.97;Safeguard Business Systems-Property Tax Invoices-$890.86;Sara Fleenor-Mileage & Meals for State Fair-$311.59;Sign Solutions-Signs-$876.42;Sign Up LTD-Sign Installation-$265,696.00;Slattery Enterprises, Inc. dba Paintbrush Services-Service porta potty at polling location, daily service porta potty Fish Fire-$896.50;Smith Psychological Services-Eval-$400.00;Source Management Inc-Office Supplies-$79.20;State Farm-Surety Bond-$100.00;Stewart Trucking LLC-Contract Hauling -$3,907.66;Sundance Hardware & Sporting Goods-Parts & Supplies-$804.21;Sundance State Bank-Direct Deposit Fees-$10.11;Sundance Times-Ads & Legal-$13,109.37;Sundance Travel Center-Fuel-$156.75;Svoboda Trucking-Contract Hauling -$5,211.87;Sylvestri Customization-Monthly Website Maint., Graphic Design & Social Media-$1,200.00;Tanayah Gutierrez-Cookies - Election School-$36.00;Thomas L Bennett, MD-Autopsy-$2,265.00;Thomas Reuters - West-Proforma-$9,646.87;Top Office Products, Inc.-Copies & Office Supplies-$829.14;Town of Hulett-Water-$70.30;Town of Moorcroft-Water-$67.69;Tracy Motor Company-Parts & Supplies-$7,860.21;Transource-Rental-$2,915.91;Tyler Technologies, Inc.-iTax Web Hosting & Annual License-$4,077.81;Uncle Louie's Diner-Rally Meals-$39.17;US Post Office-Box Rent-$90.00;Vilas Pharmacy-Jail Meds, Supplies-$426.19;Visa-Parts & Supplies, Sympathy, Travel Expenses, Training, Gus Case & Equipment, Adobe License, Jail Cable, Straight Talk, Office Equipment, Postage, Internet-$11,380.50;Visionary Broadband-Internet Service-$951.61;Voice Products Service, LLC-Tech Support-$500.00;Wells Plumbing & Farm Supply-Breakers, Fuses & Disconnect-$145.91;West Motor Co Inc-2020 Dodge-$48,095.00;Western Stationers-Supplies-$1,013.32;Weston Co Childrens Center-County Funding-$8,000.00;Windstream-Telephone-$145.77;WY Department of Transportation-Transfer Plates-$2.00;WY Department of Workforce Services-Worker's Compensation-$716.14;WY Retirement System-Retirement -$637.50;WY Secretary of State-Notary Public Application-$120.00;WY State Forestry Division-Parts & Labor-$1,768.90;Wyoming Association of County Officers-WACO Registrations-$1,750.00;Wyoming Behavioral Institute-Medicaid Rate - Title 25-$1,556.00;Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy-Course-$95.00;Wyoming Machinery Company-Parts & Repairs, Travel Expenses-$14,077.54;Wyoming Public Health Laboratory-STD Testing-$28.00;Wyoming State 4-H Foundation-Registration-$30.00;Wyoming State Fire Advisory Board-Annual Dues-$500.00;Y Environmental-Pre-renovation Inspection-$6,148.06;Total-$1,139,876.86;

Fred moved to allow all bills as presented. Jeanne seconded, all ayes, motion carried.

Fred moved to go into executive session per W.S. 16-4-405(a)(iii). Jeanne seconded, all ayes, motion carried.

Back into regular session at 9:10 a.m.

The following monthly collections were collected:

County Clerk $17,268.75

County Sheriff $49,645.68

Clerk of District Court $7,208.50

Circuit Court (July) $15,700.00

Circuit Court $21,998.00

Public Health (July) $5,194.69

Fred moved to approve a Memorandum of Understanding Between the Wyoming Office of Guardian Ad Litem

and Crook County, Wyoming. Jeanne seconded, all ayes, motion carried.

Joe Baron, County Attorney, Tina Wood, Clerk of District Court, Jeff Hodge, County Sheriff, Tammy Jundt, County Treasurer and Theresa Curren, County Assessor were present to go over items of interest within their departments.

Tammy Jundt, County Treasurer: Total receipts were $2,103,391.64 and disbursements to the county, county boards, towns and schools were $1,010,362.99. In August we did 1,532 transactions. We advertised in the county newspapers, the 2021 delinquent property taxes for tax sale which will be September 14, 2022, in the courthouse basement. We advertised 11 parcels. As of today, we are down to 6 parcels. Worked on two reports for the Department of Revenue – the MV Valuation Report and the 2022 Motor Vehicle Veteran’s Exemption Report. Also worked with Sam and Morgan on the County Road Construction and Maintenance Fund annual report. We participated in the E-cycling program. I worked with Leonard with Leo Riley & Co while he was here auditing our office. I worked on the Mill Levy distribution and entered it into Taxwise for 2022.

Theresa Curren, County Assessor: Created Tax Roll and gave it to the Treasurer in August. Dan has been gone for a total of two weeks in August to get Permanently Certified by the State of Wyoming. Nathan is taking USPAP class. Attended appeal hearings on August 30th in front of the CBOE. Asked Sarah from the Sundance Times to write an article for people to be aware of who is purchasing their properties.

Melissa Jones, County Clerk: Office made 363 titles, recorded 599 documents, title numbers are down from this time last year, documents are up, we have noticed a dramatic increase in documents lately, when I looked halfway through the day on 9/2 we had recorded 228 documents already, completed fixed assets, worked with the auditor while he was here, mailed certificates of service to service & improvement districts that mill levy passed, dispersed and collected disclosure statements, held election judge training in Sundance, Moorcroft and Hulett, conducted the Primary Election, now prepping for the General, office has been busy.

Jeff Hodge, County Sheriff: Presented monthly stats, working on 911 system & phone system, Alva repeater is in, not yet operable, spoke with Doug and working on it, waiting on parts for the Warren Peak repeaters, ordered used 2020 Durango

Joseph M. Baron, County Attorney: Joe: New Cases: 21Closed Cases: 59 Current Case Load: 57 In Court: 20 times 1 Bench Trial / 1 Jury Trial John: New Cases: 27 Closed Cases: 21 Current Case Load: 49 In Court: 25 times Joe pretty much spent most of the time in court or preparing for court. Hired a Deputy County Attorney John Starcevich, effective July 11, 2022. Continue to hold court in person and by less and less by Video Conference with TEAMS. Dealt with a few civil matters for the county officials.

Tina Wood, Clerk of the District Court: Tina had knee surgery 8/9, doing well, Tina worked with Leonard on the county audit and said final goodbyes to him has always enjoyed working with Leonard, worked on Child Support Authority business throughout the month, attended the department head meeting, had a jury trial while Tina was out recovering from surgery, Julie had to deal with a lot of issues with the jury trail.

County Commissioners: Kelly: traveled large end of county roads to tour, very pleased with the condition attended several meetings within the county. Jeanne: attended a Forest Service meeting regarding Fish Fire, went to incident command site to help with meals, worked at the shooting sports building organizing supplies for fire, attended the county/FS meeting in Custer, attended the BOE hearings then went to the BLM open house in Newcastle and attended the DEQ public hearing in Pine Haven. Fred: had a couple conversations on the D Road dust, spend lot of time on the fish fire, commend local state and national FS employees for their work on the fire, met with Campbell County Weed & Pest, spoke with Dallas Rolf on the county road that goes through his property, went to meeting on Moorcroft R&B Shop.

Present for opening of the propane bids were Morgan Ellsbury, Tammy Jundt, Larry Schommer, Phil Schutt, Bob Latham and Moroni Steed. After discussion, Jeanne moved to approve the proposal from Blakeman Propane for $1.789. Fred seconded, all ayes, motion carried.

Morgan Ellsbury, Road and Bridge Superintendent and Larry Schommer, Facilities Maintenance Supervisor, gave monthly reports.

Adjourned for lunch at 12:07 o’clock p.m.

1:00 o’clock p.m. Present were Chairman Kelly B. Dennis, Vice-Chairwoman Jeanne A. Whalen, Member Fred M. Devish and County Clerk Melissa Jones.

Sara Fleenor, UW Area Educator, Bonnie Stahla, Director, Crook County Library, Carol Stutzman, Public Health Nurse, Katie Allen, Public Health Prevention Specialist, Trish Habeck, Public Health Response Coordinator and Carolyn Fowler, Secretary, Fair Board gave monthly reports.

Tim Lyons, Planning Administrator, gave a monthly report.

After discussion, Jeanne moved to approve the Final Order on the Hidden Canyon Estates Subdivision, approving the road construction report. Fred seconded, all ayes, motion carried.

Present for the Final Hearing on the Crook County Large Acreage Subdivision Regulation were Dan Thomas, Field Appraiser, and Tracey Jundt, Deputy, Crook County Assessor, Morgan Ellsbury, Superintendent, Crook County Road & Bridge, Tom Langston, Bob Latham, Jeff Waliezer, Roni Steed, Jody Bagley, Steven Brazas, Ralph Goodson, member, CCLUP&Z, Callie Hilty, Surveyor, Bearlodge Engineering & Surveying, Ian Sandefer, Attorney for Yellowstone L&R Ranch LLC & Double A Ranch LLC, Pat Donahue, Realtor, Shannon LePlaunt, Realtor, and Sophie Schwebke, Western Properties, Jim Wood, Stacy Schelldorf, Amanda Branby, Kathi Driskill, Wayne Wilson, Mary Yemington, Sarah Pridgeon, Sundance Times, Gary Davis, Joe Baron, County Attorney, Jackie Wyatt, Jeanne Wyatt, P. Goldhammer and Tim Lyons, Crook County Planning Administrator.

Ian Sandefer, Ralph Goodson, Callie Hilty, Jody Bagley, Steve Brazas, Pat Donahue, Shannon LePlaunt, Tracey Jundt, Jeff Waliezer, Roni Steed and Mary Yemington addressed the board with questions/concerns.

Present for the annual State Transportation Improvement Plan presentation were Mark Hughes, Morgan Ellsbury, Jeff Waliezer, Roni Steed, Bob Latham, Brad Marchant, Preston Beckstead, Isaac Finkle, Laura Dalles and Scott Taylor.

Scott Taylor and Isaac Finkle, Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) gave updates on bridge and road projects.

Present for the monthly KLH update were Tammy Jundt, Bob Latham, Roni Steed, Jeff Waliezer, Jeff Hodge and Tom Oversteet and Tina Wood via TEAMS.

The meeting adjourned at 4:06 o’clock p.m.

Wednesday, September 7, 2022

8:30 o’clock a.m. Present were Chairman Kelly B. Dennis, Vice-Chairwoman Jeanne A. Whalen, Member Fred M. Devish and County Clerk Melissa Jones.

The Pledge of Allegiance was recited to the Flag.

Tammy Jundt, County Treasurer submitted the following monthly report of receipts and disbursements for month end August 2022:

Receipts: Property Tax $631,756.11

Sales Tax $197,455.41

Misc Receipts $1,096,213.03

County Auto $177,967.09

Total $2,103,391.64

Disbursements: Towns $132,292.01

County Boards/Districts $123,808.13

State & Local School $531,120.74

DOT/DOR/Rebate $223,142.11

Redemption $ -

Total $1,010,362.99

Investments: Sundance State Bank $1,750,000.00 $877.56 April-August interest

Wyo-Star $412,942.21 $482.83 July interest

Wyoming Class $1,842,091.26 $2,445.58 July interest

Present to discuss the opioid settlement were Joe Baron, Bob Latham and Jeff Hodge via conference call. The Board decided, as per Resolution No. 2021-20, to accept the current annual distribution of settlement funds. Once received, the Board with put out an RFP to local eligible entities and consider their applications for funds.

Jeanne moved to transfer funds as follows: Pursuant to Wyoming Statute 16-4-112, notice is given that a Resolution

has been proposed to transfer $9,713.06 from Unanticipated Revenues to the Road & Bridge Budget 100.14.00215.00 for the funding for hail/wind damage expenses and transfer $20,000.00 from 120.22.00094.00 to 120.22.00095.00 for PH HVAC, amount was budgeted in the wrong line. Notice is further given that a hearing of the Board of Crook County Commissioners of Crook County, Wyoming will be held on October 4, 2022, at 8:30 o'clock a.m. to consider such proposed resolution. Fred seconded, all ayes, motion carried.

Fred moved to approve a License for Use of County Road or Property for Range on Garman County Road No.257. Jeanne seconded all ayes motion carried.

Morgan Ellsbury, Road and Bridge Superintendent and Larry Schommer, Facilities Maintenance Supervisor, continued their monthly reports.

Jeanne moved to sign a letter to the University of Wyoming Extension in regard to their beef shelter. Fred seconded, all ayes motion carried.

Present for the annual liquor license renewal hearing were Phil Jordan, Andrea Wood, Bob Latham, Cody Galloway, Kenzie Jones, Lia Jagow and Casey Jones. After discussion, Fred moved to approve the following licenses with an expiration date of 11/7/2023:

• Buffalo Jump Hospitality Partners LLC dba Buffalo Jump Saloon & Steakhouse- County Retail Liquor License

• Historic Aladdin LLC dba Aladdin General Store- County Retail Liquor License

• Buffalo Jump Hospitality Partners LLC dba Sand Creek Trading Post- County Retail Liquor License

• LA Driskill dba Devils Tower Gulch- County Retail Liquor License

• Campstool Marketing LLC dba Devils Tower KOA- County Retail Liquor License

• JPC Keyhole LLC dba Keyhole Marina- County Retail Liquor License

• Integritas Forum LLC dba State Line Station- County Retail Liquor License

• Marcelleen, Inc. dba Devils Tower Trading Post-County Retail Malt Beverage Permit

• Driskill Holdings, LLC dba Devils Tower KOA- County Retail Malt Beverage Permit

• Devils Tower View Cage, B.P.L. & L. dba Devils Tower View- County Retail Malt Beverage Permit

• Aladdin Café & Motel HMR LLC dba Aladdin Café & Motel- County Restaurant Liquor License

and to approve the following parked license with an expiration date of 11/7/2023 and grant the requested addition 12 months to complete the building:

• Sand Creek Investments 6 LLC dba Sand Creek Investments 6

Jeanne seconded, all ayes, motion carried.

Dru Palmer, Dru Consulting was present via Teams to give a monthly update.

Present for the Golden West IT Audit presentation were Eric Eisenbraun, James Van Loan, Tim Brumbaugh, Golden West, Joe Baron, Tammy Jundt, Tina Wood, Theresa Curren, Tom Overstreet, Jeff Hodge, Bob Latham, Tim Lyons, Troy Bifulco and via Teams April Gill, Dean Di Lello, Kevin Kiesel, Soni Lampert and Jon Iglehart.

Adjourned for lunch at 12:18 o’clock p.m.

1:00 o’clock p.m. Present were Chairman Kelly B. Dennis, Vice-Chairwoman Jeanne A. Whalen, Member Fred M. Devish and County Clerk Melissa Jones.

Bridget Helms, Office Manager and Sarah Anderson, Program Coordinator, CCNRD, Mike Grosse, District Ranger, USFS, Greg Devereaux, Superintendent, Keyhole State Bank, Troy Bifulco, Vice President of Information and Technology Services, PreCorp, gave monthly reports.

Ed Robinson, Homeland Security County Coordinator and Doug Leis, Fire Warden gave their monthly reports.

Jeanne moved for Fred and Doug to draft a letter to the Forest Service in support of salvage operations on the Fish Fire and to use the boards signature stamps once the letter is complete. Fred seconded, all ayes, motion carried.

Fred moved to meet as the Board of Equalization at 3:02 p.m. Jeanne seconded, all ayes, motion carried.

Back into regular session at 3:15 p.m.

Present for KLH’s response to the Golden West IT Audit were Joe Baron, Troy Bifulco, Jeff Hodge, Tammy Jundt, Bob Latham, Tim Lyons, Tom Overstreet and via Teams, Jon Iglehart, Kevin Kiesel, Soni Lampert and April Gill.

The meeting adjourned at 5:00 o’clock p.m. to meet in special session on September 14, 2022 at 9:00 o’clock a.m., in the Commissioner’s Room at the Courthouse in Sundance, Wyoming.

Kelly B. Dennis, Chairman Jeanne A. Whalen, Vice-Chairwoman

Fred M. Devish, Member Attested: Melissa Jones, County Clerk

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