Public Notice No. 7205

City of Torrington ) County of Goshen ) State of Wyoming )



City of Torrington    )
County of Goshen    )
State of Wyoming    )

The Torrington City Council met in regular session on Tuesday, September 17, 2019 in the City Council Chambers at 436 East 22nd Ave. at 7:00 p.m. Present: Mayor Adams, Council Members Hill, Kinney, Law and Mattis. Also Present: Clerk/Treasurer Strecker, Attorney Eddington, Director of Public Works Harkins, Building Official Estes, Streets/Sanitation Supervisor Hawley, Electrical Supervisor Youtz and Deputy City Clerk Anaya.
Mayor Adams called the meeting to order.
Director of Public Works Harkins led the Pledge of Allegiance.
Mayor Adams stated that the City recently had to deal with an infestation situation. He thanked the City staff that was instrumental in resolving the unsavory occurrence.  
Mayor Adams commented that a new parks shelter will be installed at Jirdon Park. He indicated that the project will be fully funded by Wyoming Community Gas (WCG) funds. Mayor Adams stated that WCG reinvests a portion of their revenues back into Wyoming hometowns all across their service area and that the community contribution funds that the City receives on behalf of WCG are used for community projects.  
Mayor Adams stated that the overpass enhancement feature that he discussed at the 08-20-19 Council meeting is moving forward with community involvement. He indicated that six trees were donated by Great Gardens, and that the area is completely cleaned up and ready to be seeded.
Mayor Adams indicated that Saint Joseph’s Children’s Home is in the process of annexation with the City of Torrington. He commented that even though the process has commenced, it is moving rather slowly.
Mayor Adams announced that a Kids and Cops Day will be held on Saturday, September 21, 2019 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Jirdon Park. He indicated that the purpose of the event is to support kids and strengthen their relationship with law enforcement. All kids are welcome to attend.

Mayor Adams announced that Goshen County Economic Development and the Goshen County Chamber of Commerce will be hosting Third Thursday on Main Street on September 19, 2019 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. He stated that Third Thursday Events are a great opportunity for people to get out and enjoy downtown late-night shopping.
Mayor Adams commented on the progress of the Frontage Road Reconstruction and Water Line Replacement Project. He stated that he had previously announced October 1, 2019 as the anticipated substantial completion date for the project but that for various reasons concerning construction delays, the substantial completion date has now been pushed back to October 18, 2019.
Mayor Adams stated that there is still an excess of greenery growing within the City that is requiring additional maintenance. He indicated that City departments are working diligently to continue to make progress and get caught up. Mayor Adams encouraged the public to do the same and to take responsibility as property owners to assist with the effort to beautify the community.
Councilwoman Hill moved and Councilman Mattis seconded to approve the consent agenda which includes the minutes from the 09-03-19 Council meeting as published and all actions therein be ratified. Motion carried unanimously.
Mayor Adams requested approval to amend the agenda as follows:
1. Add Shannon and Brian Church Variance and Square Footage Increase Requests to the Action Items List under Public Hearing.
2. Add Love Thy Neighbor Special Event Permit Request to the Action Items List.
Councilman Law moved and Councilman Kinney seconded to approve the agenda as amended. Motion carried unanimously.
Mayor Adams presented for approval the following appointment to the Safety Committee: Rhonda Estes to 12/31/2020. Councilwoman Hill moved and Councilman Kinney seconded to approve the Safety Committee appointment as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Sharon Hubbard and Marlene Galvan requested approval of a special event permit for a Love Thy Neighbor Fundraiser Event to be held on September 28, 2019 from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Ms. Hubbard stated that the event will consist of a poker run starting at 9:00 a.m. from Gering, Nebraska to Morrill, Nebraska with a final stop at the Elks Lodge in Torrington where a silent auction and enchilada supper will be held. The event will also include a car show from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. in the public parking lot located at 119 East 21st Avenue. She indicated that the group of individuals coordinating the event would like to block off the public parking lot and East A Street between 20th and 21st Avenue for the duration of the car show. Volunteers have been secured to help direct traffic. Ms. Hubbard commented that the event is free to the public and to participants, and that all business owners affected by the blocking of the parking lot and street have been notified. The proper notification form which requires signatures is completely filled out and attached to the special event permit application. She stated that the fundraiser is to support the farmers and ranchers that were affected by the July 17, 2019 tunnel 2 collapse and canal breach and requested that the special event permit fee be waived due to the fact that the event is strictly a fundraiser for that specific cause. Councilman Kinney inquired where the event proceeds will be sent. Ms. Hubbard responded that all proceeds will be given to Goshen Irrigation District to distribute to the families affected by the catastrophe accordingly. Councilman Law moved and Councilman Mattis seconded to approve the special event permit and to waive the special event permit fee as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Mayor Adams opened the public hearing regarding a request for a retail liquor license transfer from DT2019, LLC DBA Broncho Bar to T.J.L., LLC DBA Broncho Bar at 1924 Main Street. Attorney Eddington stated that the Wyoming Liquor Division has approved the liquor license transfer application(s) and that City staff has no objection to the transfer as it is a standard routine. Mayor Adams asked for public comments for or against the approval of the retail liquor license transfer request, none were heard. The public hearing was closed. Councilman Kinney moved and Councilman Law seconded to approve the retail liquor license transfer as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Mayor Adams opened the public hearing regarding a request for a restaurant liquor license transfer from Dai-Duong Lam-Pham DBA Broncho Grillhouse to Tiffany Leslie DBA Broncho Grillhouse at 1918 Main Street. He asked for public comments for or against the approval of the restaurant liquor license transfer request, none were heard. The public hearing was closed. Councilman Mattis moved and Councilman Kinney seconded to approve the restaurant liquor license transfer as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Mayor Adams noted the time had arrived for the Council to adjourn from regular session and convene as a Board of Adjustment.
Building Official Estes stated that Shannon and Brian Church at 2317 Main Street requested a north setback variance from the required 5’ to 1’ 6”, a rear setback variance from 3’ to 1’ and a square footage increase for accessory structures from the allowed 700 square feet to 832 square feet for the addition of an unattached garage. He indicated that the Planning Commission approved the request at their 09-10-19 meeting, staff recommends approval and he has received no public comment. Mayor Adams asked Building Official Estes to comment on the reduction of the variance requirements and to express any concerns if he had any. Building Official Estes commented that he explained to owners Shannon and Brian Church that if the variance reductions are approved and they build exceptionally close to the property line on the north side, they will also be required to fire rate that north wall. Mayor Adams inquired if the approval of the request will create issues in the alley for the Streets/Sanitation Department. Streets/Sanitation Supervisor Hawley expressed no concerns. Mayor Adams returned the Council to regular session. Councilwoman Hill moved and Councilman Kinney seconded to approve the variance requests and square footage increase for accessory structures for the property located at 2317 Main Street as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Michael Thompson and Holly Hatley with the Candy Thompson Memorial Dog Park Committee addressed the Mayor and Council. Ms. Hatley stated that the committee is proposing an off leash dog park in Torrington and that they are requesting that the City of Torrington allow them to use a piece of property by the ball fields at Jirdon Park on the northeast corner of East G Street and 27th Avenue to  designate as the dog park. Mayor Adams stated that the specific details of the committee request were previously discussed in depth at a Work Session held by the City Council on 09-12-19. He indicated that per the advice of Attorney Eddington, it was determined that the City will allow the use of the specified piece of property as a dog park through a lease agreement. Councilwoman Hill inquired about the rental fee for the use of the property. Attorney Eddington responded that the initial draft of the lease that he generated stipulates $1.00 per day as the rental fee. Mayor Adams indicated that it had been discussed at the Work Session that the terms of the lease agreement would be negotiable, and would need to be worked out and finalized between the committee and City Attorney. Ms. Hatley stated that the committee is non-profit and that they would prefer to apply all money raised towards the dog park itself, therefore the less that they will be required to pay for a rental fee, the more that the committee can benefit. Councilwoman Hill commented that in the Work Session the committee expressed the importance of being allowed to name the dog park “Candy Thompson Memorial Dog Park” and inquired if the lease provisions would prevent that. Attorney Eddington confirmed no, those specific details can be outlined in the lease agreement including allowing the committee to display signage with that specific name as well. Councilman Law inquired if the rental fee would need to be finalized immediately or if it could be negotiable throughout the lease agreement process prior to finalization. Attorney Eddington stated that the rental fee will need to be sufficient consideration to bind the committee to the terms and obligations of the lease. He indicated that a minimum of $10.00 per month would be adequate. Mr. Thompson and Ms. Hatley thanked the Mayor and Council for their consideration. Councilman Kinney moved and Councilwoman Hill seconded to approve the Candy Thompson Memorial Dog Park Committee request and to authorize Attorney Eddington to commence lease agreement negotiations as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Attorney Eddington read by title AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RE-ENACTING CHAPTER 10.32. OF THE TORRINGTON MUNICIPAL CODE, 2019 REVISIONS, RELATING TO PARKING. Building Official Estes stated that the major amendments to the ordinance include the updating of established City parking lots from two to nine and the change of responsibility for specific provisions from the Chief of Police to the Planning & Zoning Department. He indicated that in the current version of the ordinance the Chief of Police is listed as the sole individual responsible for the duties related to all ordinance provisions. The proposed amended ordinance allows the Chief of Police to retain control of enforcement of the provisions and violations but incorporates the Planning & Zoning Department for all other stipulations including applications and permits. Building Official Estes stated that the proposed amendments will also allow the City to have established controlled and regulated numbered parking zones with a provision that will address the issue of parking for an extended period of time and the use of those parking areas for the sale of a vehicle. The amended ordinance now includes a provision that prohibits the use of any established controlled and regulated parking area for the sale of any motor vehicle, and forbids the use of those regulated parking zones for more than a twenty-four hour period. Special situations needing to circumvent the outlined provisions will be handled by the Planning & Zoning Department with special use permits. Councilwoman Hill moved and Councilman Mattis seconded to approve the ordinance on first reading as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Streets/Sanitation Supervisor Hawley presented the bid results for a High Compaction Side Load Refuse Collection Truck. He stated staff recommended awarding the bid to Peterbilt of Wyoming of Cheyenne, Wyoming with the five year extended warranty in the amount of $221,141.00. Councilman Law moved and Councilman Mattis seconded to award the bid to Peterbilt of Wyoming of Cheyenne, Wyoming with the five year extended warranty in the amount of $221,141.00 as presented. Motion carried unanimously.   
Electrical Supervisor Youtz presented the bid results for a New Digger Derrick Utility Truck. He stated staff recommended awarding the bid to Altec Industries, Inc. of Dixon, California in the amount of $203,585.00. Electrical Supervisor Youtz commented that this new utility truck will be replacing a 1988 Telelect model that will no longer be certified to do hot work. Councilman Kinney inquired if the 1988 Telelect truck will be traded-in. Electrical Supervisor Youtz responded no, it will be sent to an auction. Councilwoman Hill moved and Councilman Mattis seconded to award the bid to Altec Industries, Inc. of Dixon, California in the amount of $203,585.00 as presented. Motion carried unanimously.   
The bills from 09-04-19 to 09-17-19 were presented for payment. Councilman Law moved and Councilman Kinney seconded to approve the bills for payment as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Mayor Adams asked for public comments, questions or concerns.
Doug Mercer addressed the Mayor and Council. He inquired about the Western Sugar factory and in specific what plan the City had, if any, to disassemble, clear and restore the area of unused equipment. Mayor Adams responded that the property is not a City owned property. The property is privately owned by American Crystal Corporation and is located within County limits. He indicated that Goshen County Economic Development has taken the lead in working with the owner to develop a strategy and concluded by stating that the City has not been given any definite information to disclose.
Sid Rice addressed the Mayor and Council. He gave a special thank you to all of the City staff that was involved in remedying the unpleasant infestation incident.
Councilwoman Hill made a public service announcement in reference to spoof calls. She stated that spoof calls, where a caller deliberately falsifies the information transmitted to a caller ID display to disguise their identity, are escalating. Councilwoman Hill asked the public to please be aware of this scam and to be extremely cautious as to not give out any information to unknown and unreliable sources.  
Councilman Kinney moved and Councilman Mattis seconded that there being no further business to come before the Mayor and Council to adjourn at 7:55 p.m. Motion carried unanimously.
The following bills were approved for payment: 66656 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS INC. radio equipment 54807.49;66657 CENTURYLINK TVFD phone/data line 291.79;66658 WYRULEC CO Landfill Electric 152.98;66659 STRECKER, LYNETTE reimb-WAMCAT conference meal 33.30;66660 TRIPLETT, DODI reimb-notary bond recording 18.00;66661 CUMMINGS, JOHN final bill-deposit return 72.84;66662 GOSHEN CO MINISTRIAL ASSOCIATION overpayment refund-garbage roll offs 30.00;66663 WAGNER, DUNCAN P. final bill-deposit return 212.48;66664 MEDINA, MATTHEW V. final bill-deposit return 48.05; 66665 KELLY, CHASE STEVEN final bill-deposit return 117.86;66666 SCHMIDT, DORIS final bill-deposit return 6.91;66667 MARTINEZ, MERCEDES L. final bill-deposit return 30.34;66668 ROSENCRANS, SHANNON E. final bill-deposit return 70.19;66669 WCDA final bill-deposit return 284.95;66670 DAVILA JR., JOSE final bill-deposit return 171.74;66671 21ST CENTURY EQUIPMENT LLC water pump 79.04;66672 ARROW ELECTRIC OF TORRINGTON telephone ends 102.00;66673 ACTION INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CO sweatshirts,work boots 881.92;66674 ACUITY SPECIALTY PRODUCTS INC. zep drain aid,super penetrant 254.93;66675 ALTEC INDUSTRIES INC. parts/labor-truck repair 716.50;66676 AMERICAN PUBLIC WORKS ASSOC APWA Membership 360.00;66677 BLACK HILLS ENERGY TVFD utilities-gas 35.81;66678 BLUFFS SANITARY SUPPLY INC. bowl swabs,liners,towel rolls,bowl cleaner,foam disinfectant 721.84;66679 BORDER STATES INDUSTRIES INC. meter main bases,ct’s,breaker,elbow,wire holders,qwik zero strlm drinks,fuel chainsaw kit,tape,caps,hub,pipe,wire 5493.78;66680 BROWN CO install weights-tractor 426.08;66681 BROWN CO air filter,bolt pin,chainsaw bar/chain 104.27;66682 BUTLER’S SALVAGE & TOWING tow fees 175.00;66683 CANON FINANCIAL SERVICES INC. copier contracts 839.00;66684 CASELLE INC. contract support & maint 1990.00;66685 CENTURY LUMBER CENTER nipples,bushings, marking paint,pointed end lath,tees,knife,couplings,drain pipe,a/r armor,tape,roller cover,stain,paint thinner,bucket,sealant,treated cedartone,poly deck sprayer,alum leak seal,rubber coating,caulk,hand sprayer,fogger,pipe,fly swatters,alum door closer,mini spreader,nozzles,s hooks,elbows,paint,spray paint,flat head w/ wings,oil,pouring spout,washer,nut,brush,wasp spray/foam/killer,fasteners,screws, lock-keyed alikes,trimmer line,toilet seat w/ cover,outlet,down spout,clnchr bnd,silicone,aluminum sheet,primer,pvc cement,sponge,tire gauge,windshield fluid,funnel 1149.61;66686 CITY OF GERING single stream recycling 84.97;66687 CITYSERVICEVALCON LLC jet fuel 11381.96;66688 CITY OF TORRINGTON heartland expressway association,postage,recording fees 75.49;66689 CITY OF TORRINGTON travel reimb-applied to UB 97.21;66690 CITY OF TORRINGTON c/o FIRST STATE BANK optional sales tax 85022.72;66691 CONNECTING POINT copier service contracts/monthly charges 483.68;66692 CRESCENT ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO lamps,credit 5.00;66693 CROELL REDI-MIX INC. concrete 686.75;66694 CULLIGAN WATER OF TORRINGTON water delivered,dispenser rental,salt 223.25;66695 DIVERSIFIED SERVICES INC. cleaning services 385.00;66696 DOWL LLC Water Rehab Project-West C 1298.25;66697 NORTHERN EXPOSURE COMPUTER CENTER printer toner bottle 30.00;66698 DWYER INSTRUMENTS INC. pressure switch 65.08;66699 ELECTRO-TEST & MAINT INC. inspections-substations/ labor/mobile per diem costs 1900.00;66700 ENERGY LABORATORIES INC. lab testing 1090.00;66701 FARWEST LINE SPECIALTIES LLC pocket knives,hard hat sweatbands 185.50;66702 FIRE CATT LLC fire hose testing,ground ladder testing-City portion 1590.80;66703 FRITZLER, LARRY & DEBORAH pump  septic tanks 609.00;66704 FUEL MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS OIA inspections 902.98;66705 G & L CONCRETE cement 1190.00;66706 GALLS LLC uniform pants/shirts/baton holders/mag holders 874.59; 66707 GOSHEN CO ECONOMIC 1/4 cent sales tax 21255.82;66708 GOSHEN CO ECONOMIC monthly contribution 2500.00;66709 GOSHEN GRAVEL LLC road base 1187.88;66710 GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES CORP contract origination fees,copier leases 481.00;66711 GUARDIAN SAFTEY & SUPPLY LLC coveralls,boots,elastic wrist,work gloves 147.39;66712 HAWKINS INC. sodium hydroxide,diaphragm 2215.85;66713 HORIZON WEST INC. Tractor w/ Loader,grease,cups,cones,cutter blades,seal 121775.14; 66714 IDEAL LINEN SUPPLY mats,scrapers,sam dust/energy fees,coveralls,garments,sam garment fees, sam linen,mops,towels,tork dispensers,rags,urinal screens,toilet tissue,vacuum bags 1448.80;66715 INBERG-MILLER ENGINEERS new cell design/permit renewal 26313.18;66716 INDUSTRIAL DISTRIBUTORS bolts,washers,brakleen 77.85;66717 INSITUFORM TECHNOLOGIES LLC Sewer Line Improvement Project 22340.47;66718 JAMES A EDDINGTON PC City Attorney extended hours 165.00;66719 JAMES A EDDINGTON PC City Attorney 6666.00;66720 KAUFMAN, LARRY A. plastic/vandalism-crows nest 194.00; 66721 K & K COMMUNICATIONS paging service-elec meters 12.00;66722 FRANK PARTS CO paint,ratchet, nozzle,motor tuneup,radiator hose,lamps,boxed miniatures,fuse,air filter,hyd hose fittings,battery 592.30;66723 SCOTTSBLUFF TENT & AWNING pool cover repair 235.00;66724 LEO RILEY & CO Audit FY 2019 progress billing 10000.00;66725 LONG’S EXCAVATION & CONSTRUCT sewer work 5400.00;66726 LUJAN CLEANING SERVICE LLC cleaning,window cleaning 237.00;66727 MATHESON TRI-GAS INC. oxygen, hazardous material charge 119.25;66728 MCMASTER-CARR SUPPLY CO main sprinkler line break repair 527.84;66729 MERITAIN HEALTH INC. premium-ins/life admin 33269.53;66730 METROPOLITAN COMPOUNDS INC. heavy duty degreaser 522.69;66731 MIRACLE RECREATION tot swing seats w/ 360 degree w/ clevis 624.51;66732 MOOREHOUSE INC. trees 600.00;66733 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS INC. dispatch service contract 5109.03;66734 MY-LOR INC. ID tag,aluminum w/ trigger snaps 18.36;66735 MUNICIPAL ENERGY AGENCY OF NE wholesale power 472159.78;66736 NAVEX GLOBAL INC. PolicyTech license renewal 3438.14;66737 NE MUNICIPAL POWER POOL electrical distribution services 3960.00; 66738 NE SAFETY AND FIRE EQUIPMENT INC. batteries,fire alarm system inspection,fire alarm inspections,range hood ext inspection,link,cart,sprinkler 953.00;66739 NEWMAN SIGNS INC. freight charge-returned item 17.85;66740 NORTHWEST PIPE FITTINGS INC. ball curb stops,purecore poly,curb box riser,cut-in sleeve,gate valve open left 2007.49;66741 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY school of police staff & command online 4000.00;66742 OLSON TIRE CO tire repairs 620.81;66743 ONE CALL OF WY tickets for CDC code TRG 97.50;66744 PANHANDLE CONCRETE PRODUCTS INC. class civ,spigot,rcp female flared end 2750.00;66745 PANHANDLE COOP freezer bags,vinegar,candy-fair day parade/kids safety day,food items/supplies-car show,tube mount/dismount,antifreeze,oil,propane bottles 1388.63; 66746 ENVIRO SERVICES INC. lab analysis 120.00;66747 PATRICK, JOHN B. Municipal Court Judge 2000.00;66748 THE L L JOHNSON DIST CO water pump kit,gasket pump,starter,fork-castor,mount roller, fan clutch kit,rear roller scraper kit,used lawn mower 14486.14;66749 PETERBILT OF WY end tie rod 167.43;66750 CITY OF TORRINGTON c/o PINNACLE BANK health reserve non-insured employer premium 11159.29;66751 PINNACLE BANK travel expenses-meals/fuel/lodging,registration fees,refunds,ralley productions-car show,ellipticals,2019 LATCH manual,work boots,voice recorder,magnet superfly roll,file folders,in/outdoor bell-ringer,repl tips,office of water program,filter,flood light replacements,multi tool 4470.51;66752 PRINT EXPRESS INC. door hangers,banner date change,ups 310.08;66753 RAPID FIRE PROTECTION INC. sprinkler/backflow inspections 700.00;66754 REGIONAL CARE INC. select flex admin 93.50;66755 VANDEL DRUG door prizes-car show 35.24;66756 SAM’S CLUB/SYCHRONY BANK paper, kleenex,disinfectant wipes 380.12;66757 SANITAS TECHNOLOGIES LLC landfill software annual renewal 395.00;66758 SMITTY’S REPAIR SERVICE oxygen exchange-landfill 27.98;66759 SNELL SERVICES INC. sump pump check-labor/parts 232.50;66760 SNOW CREST CHEMICALS LLC hot water closed loop contract 125.00;66761 STUART C IRBY CO glove testing,lineman gloves class,new glove testing charge 377.41;66762 SUEZ WTS USA INC. monthly chemical management 7748.79;66763 TITAN MACHINERY INC. spring-brake,jet rodder repair parts 1174.78;66764 TORRINGTON EMPLOYEES INSURANCE premium 90166.00;66765 TOUCHTONE COMMUNICATIONS INC. long distance 86.65;66766 TROXELL COMMUNICATIONS INC. filters 198.00;66767 U S POSTMASTER credit for postage 850.00;66768 VALLEY COLLISION vehicle repair-body/paint/install 7034.78;66769 VALLEY MERCANTILE CO INC. washer fluid, shop towels,utility knife,scraper 30.27;66770 VERIZON WIRELESS TVFD cell phones 96.49;66771 WATER ENVIRONMENT FEDERATION membership renewal 110.00;66772 PRO OVERHEAD DOOR CO INC. hangar door repair 602.95;66773 WEGLIN JR., EDWARD H. mow/trim 220.00;66774 WEST WINDS TREE SERVICE power line tree trimming 2250.00;66775 WESTERN COOPERATIVE CO 1/5 mag 1 aw hyd iso 68, cornerstone plus,roundup powermax,unleaded gas,dyed premium diesel 19250.79;66776 WESTERN PATHOLOGY CONSULTANTS drug screen,urine collection 126.00;66777 WYO-BRASKA ENTERPRISES INC. sterilant 2513.00;66778 WYO-BRASKA IRRIGATION & SUPPLY LLC couplings,cap 36.13;66779 WY DEPT OF REVENUE ½ uniform assessment electric revenues FY20 4039.13;66780 RESPOND FIRST AID SYSTEMS OF WY 1st aid kit supplies 247.45;66781 WY HEALTH FAIRS chemistry panel 40.00;66782 WY MACHINERY credit,cutting edge,end edge,bolts,nuts,cover,bearing,seal/lip,washers,roller,sleeve 1500.29;66783 TORRINGTON TELEGRAM ads,legals 3304.50;66784 YOUNGER, TOD M. museum ground maint 250.00; 66785 AFLAC payroll withholding 249.60;66786 NCPERS GROUP LIFE INS payroll withholding 160.00; 66787 CIRCUIT COURT OF GOSHEN CO payroll withholding 179.67;66788 CITY OF TORRINGTON payroll withholding 329.29;66789 DENT, DAVID A. Golf Pro Payable 2067.10;66790 FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY payroll withholding 235.97;66791 GREAT-WEST TRUST CO LLC payroll withholding 1541.00;66792 MERIDIAN TRUST FEDERAL CREDIT UNION payroll withholding 2223.00;66793 NEW YORK LIFE payroll withholding 369.37;66794 WASHINGTON NATIONAL INSURANCE CO payroll withholding 32.70;66795 WY CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT payroll withholding 262.61;66796 WY CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT payroll withholding 202.45

Public Notice No. 7205 published in the Torrington Telegram September 27, 2019.