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The Lander City Council will not be meeting this week. The next regular meeting is on Dec. 27th.
At Riverton, the City Council’s finance committee will be meeting at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday afternoon in advance of the regular council meeting that starts at 6:45 p.m.Agenda items include administering the Oath of Office to new members of the Riverton Police Department, Officer Eric Smits and Animal Control Officer Amy Luton. The city’s fiscal year 2010-11 audit report will be presented at the meeting and a revision to a liquor dispensing room license for Sapore’s Restaurant will be discussed. The Riverton councilers will also conduct the third and final reading on an ordinance provides for re-districting of the coucil wards.There are a number of planning and zoning items on the agenda, including zoning for the Spencer and B&D applications, plus a plat for a new proposed McDonald’s Restaurant on North Federal Boulevard at the site of the former V-1 Gas Company. Two other plats are to be considered as well
The Council will also discuss the future of a city-owned piece of property at 411 East Main, at the corner of fourth and Main. Various proposals for use of the property have been advanced, including using the parcel for public restrooms for downtown. The site previously was home to several businesses, including a gasoline station and a laundry and dry cleaning service.
Today, Monday, the lawmakers are meeting the public at the Riverton Chamber of Commerce through 4 p.m. On Tuesday, the County Commissioners will meet with the legislators in an afternoon work session and on Wednesday, the Lander Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting legislators at a day-long event at the CWC Lander Center.
The Central Wyoming Brass Quintet performed a Christmas program this past week at the Rotary Club of Lander’s weekly meeting. Members of the quintet are: Carla Forbis, French Horn; Garold Whisler, Trumpet; Tom Duncan, Tuba; Jim Massman, Trombone and Kelly Dehnert, Trumpet. We Wish you a Merry Christmas!
(Lander) –Chairman Nancy Sniffin and Co-Chairman Deanna Trumble-Green posed in front of some 308 baskets of food for the needy that were distributed in the Lander area Sunday morning by members of the Elks Club. The event was the annual Lander Christmas Baskets for the Needy program.The total number of baskets set an all time record this year. The last two years saw about 250 baskets distributed, but that number went up significantly this year, Sniffin said.The baskets pictured were also stocked with toys, books, turkeys or hams prior to distribution.
The Gillette News Record reported this past weekend that State Representative David Miller, HD-55, R-Riverton, has been hired by a coal company in Australia. According to the newspaper’s report, Miller, a geologist, sold his Campbell County mineral rights to County Coal Limited of Sydney for cash, shares in the company and a royalty on any coal the firm plans to mine from the Powder River Basin.
“Finishing second wasn’t bad, but I definitely didn’t feel like we wrestled exceptionally,” Wyoming coach Mark Branch said. “I thought we wrestled worse than we did at Vegas (on Dec. 2-3.) You don’t like to see that. I didn’t think we had much of an attitude. I didn’t think we had a killer instinct, and in some spots, we looked soft and vulnerable.”
“Kaitlyn (Mileto) had a solid performance today with a career high 20 points,” added Legerski. “She had an outstanding night going 8-16 from the field and 4-9 from the three point line.”