By TIMILEE WILBER
LYMAN – Councilman Jana Condos informed the Lyman Town Council a representative of Uinta Recycling contacted her with an agreement to help the town obtain a compactor to be used to compact recycling materials.
At the Nov. 1 meeting, Condos said the recycling center asked the compactor be placed where electricity is available and also asked that the town help with transportation costs for compacted recyclables.
Uinta County landfill coordinator Clay Baird said he has found money in the county budget to purchase two dumpsters for the purpose of storing recyclables till they can be transported to the Evanston facility, Condos said.
Councilman Kyle Eyre reported a special Joint Powers Board meeting is scheduled later this month. According to Eyre, the issue of water rights will be the focus of the meeting.
Lyman Town Clerk Lisa Bradshaw informed the council Wyoming Credit has agreed to seek the collection of delinquent water bills. A discussion followed about the eight-year statute of limitations expiration of some of the delinquent bills.
Lyman Town Public Works Director Gary Hutchinson stated the State of Wyoming is not in favor of an additional crosswalk when he was asked about the proposed crosswalk on Main Street, at the corner of Owen Street. The state holds the opinion that an addition crosswalk so close in proximity to the crosswalk at Lyman Middle School would cause confusion and traffic congestion Hutchinson said. Instead the State of Wyoming is in favor of posting additional signage, Hutchinson stated. For the complete article see the 11-09-2012 issue.
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