By SAMANTHA MAXFIELD
LYMAN Ė The Lyman Town Council held their regular business meeting Jan. 2, to approve resolutions and discuss routine business.
During committee reports, Jared Crane, Public Works director, asked the council what he was allowed to do with items owned by the town such as old weed eaters and garage doors that arenít useable and canít be repaired.
Thayne Peterson, town attorney, said items with value canít be given away. The unusable items would be best auctioned as miscellaneous and sold together as a tonnage.
Peterson also said he wasnít quitting the Lyman Library board but was term-limited. Concerned citizens had asked why he was quitting, Peterson said, due to an error in the Bridger Valley Pioneer Dec. 27.
The Bridger Valley Pioneer also stated in the Dec. 27 edition that the upcoming jury trial was for Steve Lopez, which in fact, the jury trial is for John Titmus for criminal entry/trespassing and is scheduled for Jan. 17.
The council was informed of the errors made by the newspaper and apologies go to all misinformed as well as Steve Lopez.
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