On Monday, Feb 28, Clearmont Town Council held a special meeting to discuss the Clearmont water well #3 connection project bids received and the council awarded the bid to WyoDak Energy LLC, in the amount of $234,439.38.
The council also discussed future infrastructure projects request for federal funds. Possible future projects include: setting up a small medical facility in the Clear Creek Recreation Center; Putting up two basketball courts in both parks; purchasing new trucks for the town; putting up a green belt across the railroad track; putting up a fence on Devon Street; and finish replacing the water lines on the east side of town.
In the regular meeting on Feb. 21, the mayor Greg Rohrer read the election proclamation and made a change to the caucus meeting from 7 p.m. to 5:45 p.m. on March 21.
Rohrer also mentioned his is having an interview with Huge Cook, documentary writer of NPR. Councilman Buhr mentioned a landowner complained that his property was damaged when town workers accessed the town sewer lagoons through his property.
Councilwoman Jennifer Betz welcomed the new town clerk Vivian Ramsay and stated she is doing a good job.
Ramsey reported that Andrew Toland from the Railway Administration came out to inspect the quiet zone now in effect through the town Clearmont.
Maintenance man John Kiser reported that he, John Buell and Mike Guyer will be attending the rural water spring training conference in Casper April 19-22. Kiser said he would be on call should there be an emergency.
Rohrer stated that the well #3 bid will open at 2 p.m. on Feb. 22.
The caucus meeting will be held on March 21 at 5:45 p.m. with the regular meeting following at 6 p.m.