(Riverton, Wyo.) – The Riverton City Council will hear a presentation on the city’s audit for the year ending June 30th, 2013 at Tuesday’s regular meeting, 7 p.m. at City Hall. Prepared by the firm of Mader Tschacher Peterson & Company (MTP&C) of Laramie, the 72 page report concluded that no deficiencies in internal controls that could be considered material weaknesses, nor no instances of noncompliance were found. The specifics of the audit will be discussed at the meeting.
The council is also slated to to review and approve members for the new Park Master Plan to be developed by the city. Six city residents submitted a letter of interest to serve on the committee. They are: Tara Thomas Carr, George Wright, Craig Blumenshine, Matt Wright, Mike Martin and Kyle Nicholoff. In a memo to the mayor and city council, City Administrator Steven Weaver suggested at least one more member to appointed, to avoid a situation where a three-all tie may results.
The council will also hear from airport consultant Nick Wangler, who will give a presentation via the Internet on how he has been working with the state “to improve air service and passenger retention.” The issue has become a hot topic in Riverton with a new FAA regulation negatively impacting commercial air service to the city with numerous cancellations.
The second reading of the door-to-door solicitation ordinance is slated and a presentation to Ward 1 Councilmember Eric Heiser, who is resigning his seat at the end of the month due to a move to Utah, will be held.
See the agenda below: