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Recordsrequest..................................................................................................................3
PocatelloCityClerkcoverletter..........................................................................................4
Responsetorequest#1and#2(ExhibitA).........................................................................6
RandyGhezzicorrespondence,Bengalpaws,etc............................................................7
WorkforISU...................................................................................................................33
WorkforMcCammon....................................................................................................36
WorkforChubbuck........................................................................................................40
Workfor(Bannock?)County..........................................................................................45
WorkforAmericanFalls.................................................................................................74
WorkforDriggs..............................................................................................................87
WorkOrderDetailReports,emails,outlines,Facebookphotos..................................100
Driggs/Victor/TetonValleyemailsandoutlines..........................................................124
Responsetorequest#3(ExhibitB).................................................................................175
IntergovernmentalAgreements..................................................................................176
NORESPONSEAVAILABLEFORREQUEST#4
Responsetorequest#5(ExhibitC).................................................................................187
InformationTechnologies............................................................................................188
VideoServices..............................................................................................................189
Airport..........................................................................................................................191
WPC..............................................................................................................................193
PocatelloFireDepartment...........................................................................................195
PlanningandDevelopment..........................................................................................199
Engineering..................................................................................................................200
PocatelloPoliceDepartment.......................................................................................219
ScienceandEnvironment.............................................................................................221
HumanResources........................................................................................................222
PocatelloRegionalTransit............................................................................................224
ParksandRecreation...................................................................................................225
Sanitation.....................................................................................................................226
Building........................................................................................................................227
AnimalControl.............................................................................................................233
Responsetorequest#6(ExhibitD).................................................................................341
MiscellaneousReceivablesInquiryAmericanFalls.................................................342
MiscellaneousReceivablesInquiryChubbuck.........................................................350
MiscellaneousReceivablesInquiryAmericanFalls.................................................354
BannockTransportationPlanningOrg./JackB.ParsonsCo./Paymentsfromcities....365
AccountActivityListing................................................................................................368
Responsetorequest#7(ExhibitE).................................................................................411
MickelsenConstruction...............................................................................................412
MickelsenConstruction/JackB.ParsonCo./StreetPayables20102014...................422
Responsetorequest#8(ExhibitF).................................................................................425
CityofDriggsproclamation:CityofPocatelloAppreciationDay,July26,2013..........426
Responsetorequest#9(ExhibitG).................................................................................432
CityofPocatelloAttorneyDeanTranmermemotoMayorBrianBlad.......................433
Responsetorequest#10(ExhibitH)...............................................................................435
2013AnnualRoadandStreetFinancialReport...........................................................436

13. Sanitation, consisting of Ipage;


14. B u i l d i ng, consisting of 6 pages;
15. Ani mal Control , consisting of 108 pages;
In response to nu mber 6 of your records request, consisting of 69 pages, pl ease refer to Exhibit D;
In response to nu mber 7 of your records request, consisting of 1 3 pages, please refer to Exhibit E;
In response to nu mber 8 of your records request, consisting of 6 pages, please refer to Exhibit F;
In response to nu mber 9 of you r records request, consi st i ng of 2 pages, please refer to Exhibit G;
In response to nu mber 1 0 of you r records request, consisting of 3 pages, please refer to Exhibit H;
Pu rsu ant to the Id aho Code, the cost associated with your records request is $73.33 ($52.98 in l abor and
424 in coping costs - calculated # of pages (minu s 100) times .050, pl u s tax at 6%)). If you need
anything, pl ease feel free to contact me.
Sincerely,
Ru th E) Whitworth
Pocatello City Clerk
RW/l js
CC: A. D. Tramner, Pocatello City Attorney
Richard Di ehl , Deputy Pocatello City Attorney
Exhibit A
Ghezzi, Randy
From: Tamara Code <tarnaracode@yahoo.com>
Sent: Thursday, June 16, 2011 10:49 AM
To: Ghezzi, Randy
Subject: Abraszewski trail paving
Hi Randy,
The Mayor said he would pave this trail this summer. Has it been scheduled?
Tamara Code
Executive Director
Portneuf Greenway Foundation, Inc.
(208)339-5835
Ghezzi, Randy
From: Stephanie Palagi <spalagi@oldtownpocatello.com>
Sent: Tuesday, October 01, 2013 12:33 PM
To: Stephanie Palagi
Subject: Operation Facelift 2013 Coming To Old Town Pocatello Monday October 7th
Operation Facelift is coming back to Pocatello and this year the Center Street Underpass is going to get a facelift! On
Monday, October 7th, beginning at 10am, volunteers will put a fresh coat of paint on the exterior walls and the bridge area
of the Underpass. While a major renovation is planned for the Underpass, it's still several years off. With so much wear
and tear, and a couple recent floods, a fresh coat of paint is going to visually improve this important access point for our
community.
Volunteers are needed! Monday will be a great time to take the day off and come out to help paint! If you have a favorite
roller or brush, bring it along. This is a one day project so we are going to get in and get it done. We expect work to be
completed by 4pm.
Many, many thanks to the sponsors of Operation Facelift: Bannock Development Corporation, City of Pocatello and Old
Town Pocatello, Inc. Thank you for working to keep our area beautiful and attractive for our customers and our
businesses!
If you would like to volunteer to paint, please reply to this email so we can be sure to have adequate supplies. Thank you!
Stephanie Palagi
Executive Director
Old Town Pocatello, Inc.
208-232-7545 Office
208-241-1565 Cell
www.oldtownpocatello.com
Ghezzi, Randy
From:
Sent:
To:
Cc:
Subject:
Stephanie Palagi <spalagi@oldtownpocate!lo.com>
Tuesday, October 01, 2013 11:31 AM
Ghezzi, Randy
'Richard Creason'; Nichols, Anne
Center Street Underpass Paint Project
Randy,
I met with the Sherwin Williams paint rep today to look at the Center Street Underpass. He has recommended a product
called UltraCrete, which was recently used in Twin Falls on a similar project. The product will be fine with the type of
power washing the City does. Life should be much longer than the four or five years we are looking for. In addition, it is a
one coat paint so it will for sure be a one day project. In addition, he recommended the paint be rolled not sprayed. It will
help us control the amount of paint better and he was worried about the cars if the wind is blowing. He is going to test a
section today, just to be safe, but doesn't see any issues with the paint sticking and drying thoroughly.
So unless you disagree, I'd like to proceed with this paint and use rollers, not sprayers. Can you still provide the bucket
truck and labor to paint the bridge area as well as close the pedestrian walkways and divert traffic on Monday?
I will pick the paint up on Saturday afternoon. They will shake it and guarantee their product. I will have all of the supplies
and paint on site Monday morning to begin painting at 10am.
Thank you very much for all of your help!
Stephanie Palagi
Executive Director
Old Town Pocatello, Inc.
208-232-7545 Office
208-241-1565 Cell
www.oldtownpocatelio.com
Ghezzi, Randy
From: Lanning, Greg
Sent: Wednesday, May 04, 2011 8:19 AM
To: Ghezzi, Randy
Subject: Hardhats, Hammers & Hotdogs
Attachments: HHH.pdf
Randy:
Find attached the invitation from the Department of Labor to the Mayor for our participation in this year's events - FYI.
(I got this from the Mayor yesterday).
I would suggest you contact the person on the invite and let them know you are coming and what to expect.
Sincerely,
Greg
AGENDA
10/22/2013
1. SALT SHED MOVING
2. BANNOCK HIGHWAY DRAINAGE EASEMENT & '
3. FEDERAL MOTOR CARRIER LAW -/J. 5"- 7O fi'MfS-*/ ^
4. OVERTIME POLICY - C pli I rJ ^
5. EDSON FICHTER PAVING -
6. ADMIN ASSISTANT 4 INTERVIEWS (October 23rd)
7. NOVEMBER 5&6 LEW1STON IDAHO STATE EQUIPMENT AUCTION. (WAJIR^STREETS)
8. NOVEMBER 11 THRU 15 PAVEMENT PRESERVATION CONFERENCE AND BOARD MEETING
DALLAS, TEXAS
9. PERIOD 12BUDGET =
10. RETURN TO 8 HOUR DAYS NOVEMBER 4.
^FIRST WEEK OF NOVEMBER BEGIN SANDER INSTALLATION IN ALL TRUCKS
&&4W
Ghezzi, Randy
From: Nichols, Anne
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2012 11:30 AM
To: Ghezzi, Randy; Castillo, Deirdre; Lanning, Greg
Subject: RE: Ridgewood Drive
This meeti ng is set f or Wednesday, August 29 at 1:30 PM in the Commi ssi oners' Chambers at the Court House,
Anne Nichols, CAP- OiV!
Assistant to the Mayor
City of PocateHo. Idaho
P. O. Box 4169
Pocatello, Idaho 83205-4169
(208)234.6163
(208) 234.6297 FAX
From: Nichols, Anne
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2012 10:08 AM
To: Ghezzi, Randy; Castillo, Deirdre; Lanning, Greg
Subject: RE: Ridgewood Drive
T hank s f or getti ng back to me so soon. I'll pitch the Wednesday date given Dei rdre' s schedul e.
And, yes I presume they mean Road, but I copied the e- mai l from the County' s e- mai l to me, it sai d Dri ve??
Anne Nichols, CAP-OM
Assistant to the Mayor
City of Pocatello, Idaho
P. O. Box 4169
Pocatello, Idaho 83205-4169
1208)234.6163
1208) 234.6297 FAX
From: Ghezzi, Randy
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2012 10:05 AM
To: Nichols, Anne; Castillo, Deirdre; Lanning, Greg
Subject: RE: Ridgewood Drive
Anne,
I am fine either day.
Randy
From: Nichols, Anne
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2012 9:45 AM
To: Ghezzi, Randy; Castillo, Deirdre; Lanning, Greg
Subject: Ridgewood Drive
Randy & Deirdre,
The County Commissioners want to meet with both of you and Mayor Blad (along with the County Engineer and Road
Supervisor) to tal k about Ridgewood Drive. That's all the detail I have about the meeting.
Anyway, I'm wondering if you would be avail abl e Monday, August 27 at 10:00 AM, or Wednesday, August 29 at 1:30 PM
for the meeting. It will probabl y be at the County facility somewhere, but I'll have to keep you posted on that.
Anne Nichols, CAP-OM
Assistant to the Mayor
City of Pocatello, Idaho
P. O. Box4169
Pocatello, Idaho 83205-4169
(208)234.6163
(208) 234.6297 FAX
Ghezzi, Randy
From: Ghezzi, Randy
Sent: Monday, April 04, 201112:40 PM
To: Blad, Brian
Subject: Rodeo Dirt Removal
Mayor Blad,
We have talked with the County crew that placed the material. This appears to be the first year they have done this it
was previously contracted to Parsons in the past to perform this work. The material is stored on American Road. My cost
below is for loading and hauling the dirt. The labor cost is for all overtime associated with the project.
LABOR - 8 men 13 hours overtime each - $4,992.00
EQUIPMENT- 6 dump trucks 2 loaders - $5,850.00
SWEEPER - 1 sweeper $652.00
If you choose to go forward with this I would donate my time and operate one piece of the equipment myself that would
be a cost savings.
Randy
Ghezzi, Randy
From: Kendell, Konni
Sent: Thursday, October 31, 2013 8:15 AM
To: cashedwa@isu.edu
Cc: Ghezzi, Randy
Subject: Mayor's Meeting
Ed,
Since you want to meet at the Softball field, let's have the Mayor and
Randy meet you at 10:30 instead of 10:00? (I need to give the Mayor
just a few minutes to get up there). Would that work for you?
Konni R. Kendell
Deputy City Clerk
Mayor's Office
www.pocQtello.u3
208-234-6163-Office
208-234-6297-Fax
IDAHO TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT
P.O. Box 4700
Pocatello, ID 83205-4700
(208) 239-3300
itd,idaho.gov
September 4,2012
Mayor Brian Blad
City of Pocatello
911 N.7lh Avenue
Pocatello, Idaho 83201
Dear Mayor Blad;
Please find enclosed your permit (Permit No. 05-13-08) to apply "Bengal Paw Prints" to the pavement on
south 5lh Avenue on the areas noted in the permit. Please note the special provisions in the permit for specific
instructions as to location and type of "Bengal Paw Prints" allowed.
Additionally, it is required that every third location must have an applied "Joe Vandal" symbol instead of a
"Bengal Paw Print"; these symbols to be in University of Idaho colors and of the same size and quality as the
"Bengal Paw Print". As "Joe Vandal" is famous nationwide, a suitable example for application is readily
available via the internet.
If you have any further questions in regard to this permit, please contact our permit coordinator Chuck Heisler
Jr. at (208)-239-3355 or(208)-201-3355.
Thank you.
Sincereh
Ed
District Engineer \.Box 4700
Pocatello, Idaho 83205
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Applicant(s) Name (Printed)
Brian Biad, Mayor City of Pocatello
E-Mail Address (If available)
bbiad@pocatello.us
Property Owner's Name (Printed)
City of Pocatello
Marling Address or P.O. Box
91 1 N. 7th Ave
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Pocatello
Daytime Phone Number . Alterna
(208)234-6163 (208)
Property Address and TAX ID Number
911 N.7lh Ave- - 826000244
City (If in city limits)
Pocatello
Request Detail (i.e.., landscaping, benches, bus turnout, etc.)
Apply "Bengal Paw Prints" to the pavement on S. 5lh Avenue from 1-15 off-ramps to Humbolt Ave and
ramps to 20lh Street using thermoplastic material. Material will be non-reflective.
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Upon signature of both parties, subject to all terms, conditions, and provisions of this permit or attachments,
permission is hereby granted to begin work within the State Highway Right of Way.
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General Requirements ITD Permit Application Number
1. The original permit or a copy must be kept on the job site whenever work is taking place.
2. No work shall commence until the permittee is given notice to proceed by an authorized representative of ITD. The
permittee shall notify ITD five (5) working days prior to commencing the permitted work if work does not commence
immediately upon notice by ITD.
3. During the progress of all work, traffic control devices shall be erected and maintained as necessary or as directed. All
traffic control devices shall conform to the most current edition of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for
Streets and Highways, as adopted by the State. Equipment or materials left within the highway right-of-way when work is
not taking place shall be delineated and protected with appropriate approved traffic control devices.
All work within the State Highway Right of Way shall comply with the requirements of the ITD Workzone Safety and
Mobility Policy. Copies available from ITD upon request.
5. All work herein permitted shall conform to current government and industry standards, including Americans with
Disabilities Act, and shall be performed and completed to the satisfaction of ITD. The expense of any required
supervision of work performed under this permit shall be borne by the permittee.
6. Work done under this permit shall be constructed in a manner that shall not cause water to flow onto the roadway or
shoulder, and shall not interfere with the existing drainage on the State Highway System or any adjacent drainage
system.
7. The permittee shall furnish all material, labor, and equipment for the installation and maintenance of approved
encroachments. This shall include furnishing drainage pipe, curb, gutter, concrete sidewalk, etc., where required.
8. ITD may inspect the materials and workmanship during construction and upon completion to determine that all terms and
conditions of the permit are met. Inspectors are authorized to enforce the conditions of the permit during construction
and to halt any activities within state right-of-way that do not comply with the provisions of the permit, that conflict with
concurrent highway construction or maintenance work, and/or that endanger highway property, natural or cultural
resources protected by law, or the health and safety of workers or the public.
9. ITD shall be reimbursed by the permittee for any additional inspection required to insure compliance with the conditions
of this permit. Inspection fees will be based upon inspection time including travel from the ITD facility and charged at
rates commensurate with industry standards.
10. Upon completion of the permitted work, any disturbance of the highway, right of way, and/or traffic control devices shall
be restored to the satisfaction of ITD including the removal of all rubbish and debris and may include seeding, planting
and grading.
11. Any encroachment that is found to be in non-compliance with the terms of the approved permit may be required to be
modified, relocated, or removed at the sole expense of the permittee upon written notification by the District Engineer or
his authorized representative.
12. The permittee shall maintain at its sole expense the encroachment for which this permit is granted.
13. Changes in the use as defined in I.D.A.P.A. 39.03.42, of the permitted access not consistent with the terms and
conditions listed on the permit may be considered a violation of the permit. Any modification, relocation, or removal of an
encroachment or subject granted by this permit shall require a new permit prior to commencement of such work.
14. ITD may revoke, amend, amplify, or terminate this permit or any of the conditions herein enumerated if the permittee fails
to comply with any or all of its provisions, requirements, or regulations as herein set forth or through willful or
unreasonable neglect, fails to heed or comply with notices given, or if the approach, structure, or subject herein granted is
not installed or operated and maintained in conformity herewith.
Final Inspection and Approval
Subject to all terms, conditions, and provisions of this permit or attachments, Final Inspection has been completed
and the permitted w0m within the State Highway Right of Way is hereby given final approval.
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SPECIAL PROVISIONS
Encroachment Permit No. 05-13-08
1. Digline number is 1-800-342-1585.
2. Permittee shall contact Maintenance Foreman Claylon Perkins (208-239-3376 or 201-
3376) at least twenty four (24) hours prior to starting project for permission to begin work.
Upon completion of project, the permittee shall again notify Claylon Perkins and arrange for
final inspection of work area.
3. A copy of the permit shall be at the work site during working hours.
4. Permittee shall be responsible for any replacement due to damage, neglect or routine
maintenance for "Bengal Paw Prints".
5. No "Bengal Paw Prints" shall be allowed on any interchange on or off ramps nor on the
interstate.
6. No "Bengal Paw Prints" shall be allowed between the on or off ramps of the interchange.
7. No "Bengal Paw Prints" shall be allowed within 300' of the signalized intersection.
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"Paw Prints to be spaced 40' apart in a single traffic lane. See attached photo.
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CHAPTER 3G. COLORED PAVEMENTS
Section 3G.01 General
Support:
01 Colored pavements consist of differently colored road paving materials, such as colored asphalt or concrete, or
paint or other marki ng materials applied to the surface of a road or island to si mulat e a colored pavement.
02 If non-retroreflective colored pavement, i ncludi ng bricks and other types of patterned surfaces, is used as a
purely aesthetic treatment and is not intended to communicate a regulatory, warning, or gui dance message to road
users, the colored pavement is not considered to be a traffic control device, even if it is located between the lines of
a crosswalk.
Standard:
03 If colored pavement is used within the traveled way, on flush or raised islands, or on shoulders to
regulate, warn, or guide traffic or if retroreflective colored pavement is used, the colored pavement is
considered to be a traffic control device and shall be limited to the following colors and applications:
A. Yellow pavement color shall be used only for flush or raised median islands separating traffic flows
in opposite directions or for left-hand shoulders of roadways of divided highways or one-way streets
or ramps.
B. White pavement color shall be used for flush or raised channelizing islands where traffic passes on
j,.,,.^ . both sides in the same general direction or for right-hand shoulders.
0 4 Colored pavements shall not be used as a traffic control device, unless the device is applicable at
all times.
Guidance:
os Colored pavements used as traf f ic control devices should be used only where they contrast signif icantly with
adjoining paved areas.
O G Colored pavement located between crosswalk lines should not use colors or patterns that degrade the
contrast of white crosswalk lines, or that might be mistaken by road users as a traf f ic control application.
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Ghezzi, Randy
From: B!ad, Brian
Sent: Thursday, August 23, 2012 10:47 AM
To: Ghezzi, Randy
Subject: Re: Tiger Paws
Randy we have a letter from ITD do I understand we need a permit utter than the letter?
Brian Blad, Mayor
City of Pocatello
On Aug 23, 2012, at 11:31 AM, "Ghezzi, Randy" <rghezzi @pocat ei lo. us> wrote:
Mayor Blad,
We are still awaiting approval from ITD for the encroachment permit to install the Paw Prints. We have
submitted all the required paperwork to them I have heard that Ed has seen and verbally approved the
Permit but has not signed it yet he was out of town. We actually need the permit in hand with the traffic
control plan attached to start work.
As soon as we receive the permit we will begin.
Randy Ghezzi
Ghezzi, Randy
From: Swindell, Dave
Sent: Friday, January 13, 2012 9:23 AM
To: Blad, Brian; Nichols, Anne
Cc: Lanning, Greg; Ghezzi, Randy
Subject: Bengal Paws
Mayor Blad & Anne:
Just a note to remind everyone of where we finished financially with the Bengal Paws project so no one mis-speaks on
donations:
Expenses: $28,050 Flint Trading Co Thermoplastic Paws
$4,270 Amerigo Traffic control for Paws installation
Revenue: $4,050 Mayor/Council Donations Donations for ISU Paw prints (27 X 150)
Net {Revenue-Expense): -$28,270
Respectfully,
- Dave
David K. Swindell
Chief Financial Officer
City of Pocatello, ID
(208) 234-6166 or dswtndell@pQcatello. us
Ghezzi, Randy
From: Lanning, Greg
Sent: Tuesday, Jul y 19, 2011 5:08 PM
To: Ghezzi, Randy
Cc: Blad, Brian; Nichols, Anne
Subject: Bengal Paw Pavement Markings
Randy:
The Mayor came in this afternoon and instructed me to have you order the 48" durable/permanent marking 'paws'. He
said your order should consider the paws spaced at 40 feet for the route from 1-15 down Clark to Reed Gym only. (Do not
order paws for the route from the interstate down 5lh on the state highway system).
He said to have you send the bill (invoice) for this order to him.
Thanks,
Greg
Ghezzi, Randy
From: Lanning, Greg
Sent: Thursday, July 07, 2011 8:16 AM
To: Ghezzi, Randy
Subject: RE: Pavement Paw Prints
Randy:
Good morning.
Thanks for the info from the State of S. Carolina. My guess is they did know, but won't admit it. They probably just looked
the other way.
I found some remaining paw prints at Clemson on Google Earth, but only about a thousand feet or so, I've made a coupie
copies for reference, and from a rough scale, these markings take up about 80% of a lane (about 9 or 10 feet wide) and
are spaced at about 40 feet, alternating between two lanes in one direction on a four lane roadway.
These have to have been painted on (orange). I f this is the case, then the costs would be dramatically l ess. The
application woul d only require a stencil and the paint could be rolled on or sprayed on. (For that matter, you probably
could have volunteers do the work (such as the football team or Frat); with adequate traffic control.
A couple items from you please:
1. Your reasons again for permanent markings
2. An estimate of costs (and concerns to apply) for paint applied paws
3. An estimate for permanent markings; given the application guidelines above
My thinking hasn't changed with our concerns for applying these markings; however, I don't think we' ve quite covered all
the bases (answered all the questions), on types of materials and applications.
Thanks,
Greg
PS - Could you give me a brief description of the routes again; and the estimated distance for each.
From: Ghezzi, Randy
Sent: Wednesday, July 06, 2011 4:17 PM
To: Lanning, Greg
Subject: FW: Pavement Paw Prints
Greg,
Whil e I was out in the rield t oday Mr.. Dillon cal l ed back and I had left Kerri with a l i st of questi ons that were on our
minds. Bel ow is a summary or their di scussi on- We are stil l awai t i ng a cal l from Cl emson University Mr. Dillon did say
they woul d deny having anythi ng to do with the paw prints
From: Farnsworth, Kerri
Sent: Wednesday, July 06, 2011 4:09 PM
To: Ghezzi, Randy
Subject: Pavement Paw Prints
Randy,
I spoke with Eric Dillon, District 3 Engineer, from the South Carolina Transportation Department this afternoon. I
questioned the paw prints that were installed/painted on US 93 by Clemson University. He informed me that the paw
prints that were installed there were not authorized by the South Carolina Transportation Department. They do not install
any such markings on the roadways in South Carolina that are not approved in the MUTCD (Manual of Uniform Traffic
Devices). He thought, most likely, that these markings were installed by one of the fraternities at the University. He also
stated that installing such markings on the roadway is actually illegal because no permits were requested or approved for
the installations, but he said if a permit was requested, he was almost certain that it would be denied because of the
MUTCD standards.
At this time, the South Carolina Transportation Department is not planning on taking any action for removing the paw
prints, unless they receive major complaints.
Let me know if you need any more information.
Kerri Farnsworth
Administrative Assistant
City of Pocatello
Street Operations bept.
kfarnsworth&pocatello. us
(2O8) 234-6194 (SOS) 478-7152 FAX
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Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
5/28/2014
21697
STO001 - Workingfor other Departments
Propped ISU softbal! field parking lot for fogseal.
008; Street Operations Department
Closed
5/28/2014
Assigned Employees
Employees
WB*
Mfc
IMHMfc
Hours
3
3
3
Multiplier
1
1
1
Rate
S29.07
S34.72
S27.21
Total
387.21
$104.16
$81.63
Cost: $273.00
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
001 -Water Truck
008-2005 Dump Truck
042 - 201 3 John Deere 772 Grader
056 -1998 CATRoller
Amount
3
3
3
3
Units
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Rate
$47.82
$94.42
$135.19
$110.88
Total
$143.46
$283.26
$405.57
$332.64
Cost: $1,164.93
Assigned Material
Material
Millings/Old Mix -YARDS
Amount
0
Units
Yards
Unit Cost
S13.00
Total
SO-00
Cost: $0.00
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Date
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Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
6/2/2014
21718
STO034 - Fog Sealing
Hauled 25 tons of GSB 88 from ASI in Utah. Shot ISU Softball field parking lot 3 hrs for Wade & Brad
and #21, used 650 Gallons GSB}. Notified for fog seal. Swept Halliwell Park, Wayne(Cedar to
Alameda), PinefYellowstone to Jefferson)
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
6/2/2014
Assigned Employees
Employees Hours Multiplier Rate Total
$31.30
$36.54
$62.60
$73.08
10 $32.47 $324.70
4.5 $30,42 $136.89
$35.47 $177.35
$0.00 $0.00
$27.21 $54.42
Cost: $829.04
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
011 -CATTruckrTractor
011C- Tanker Trailer
021 -2008 Oil Distributer
034 - 2006 Elgin Sweeper
058 - 1 994 CMCDump Truck
Amount
10
10
5
4.5
2
Units
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Rate
$83.17
$26.85
$45.37
$146.65
$57.91
Total
$831.70
$268.50
g /?/// $226.85
$659.93
$115.82
$ .' = '...:'! Cost: $2,102.80
Assigned Material
Material
GSB - Sealing Oil
Amount
650
Units
Gallon
Unit Cost
$2.45
Total
____JJ.lr592^0_
. -' Cost: $1,592.50
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Total Cost: $4,524.33
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Date
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Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
6/3/2014
21736
STO034 - Fog Sealing
Fog sealed Halliwell ball field (2 hrs-1709 Gallons GSB), E. Pine, Wayne, Temple, ISU softball field (2
hrs-325 Gallons GSB)
008; Street Operations Department
Closed
6/3/2014
Assigned Employees
Employees Hours Multiplier Rate Total
10 S20.44 $204.40
10 332.47 5324.70
10 S29.07 - I $290.70
$30.42 yd $273.78
10 $35.47 $354.70
10 $27.21 $272.10
Cost: $1,720.38
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
021 - 2008 Oil Distributer
034 - 2006 Elgin Sweeper
040- 1994GMC1 T Utility
073 - 2002 CMC 1/2 Ton Pickup
168- 1986 Chevy Flatbed
Amount
10
9
10
10
10
Units
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Rate
$45.37
$146.65
$28.40
$17.61
$27.91
Total
fa, 7 ' - / 5453.70
^",~:$1,319.85
- :^:/ 0 $284.00
35^ 5176.10
55,g5 $279.10
V-.' , ' ' &: Cost: $2,51 2.75
Assigned Material
Material
GSB - Sealing Oil
Amount
4325
Units
Gallon
Unit Cost
$2.45
Total
$10,596.25
T ; . - ?'-?;-. - Cost: $10,596.25
Total Cost: $14,829.38
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Date
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Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
6/12/2014
21819
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Paving for City of McCammon-Used 92.57 tons Hot Mix supplied by McCammon
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
6/12/2014
Assigned Employees
Employees
Anderson, Nolan
Austin, Pacen
Borstelman, Cody
Bringman, Wade
Cluff, Allen
Day, Larry
Holyoak, Max
Mitchell, Steven
Peterson, Rod
Powers, C. J.
Hours
10
8
8
9.5
8
8
8
8
8
8
Multiplier
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Rate
$31.30
$20.44
$36.54
$32.47
$29.07
$34.72
$30.42
$28.81
$33.39
$27.21
Total
$313.00
$163.52
$292.32
$308.47
$232.56
$277.76
$243.36
$230.48
$267.12
$217.68
Cost: $2,546.27
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
003 - 2003 DumpTruck
006- 1995 Dump Truck
007 - 2009 DumpTruck
008 - 2005 DumpTruck
011 - CAT Truck/Tractor
01 1A- Trail King Trailer
016 -1999 DumpTruck
020 - 2008 Dodge R-25 Truck
023 -CATAsphalt Paver
077 - 2005 Mack DumpTruck
Amount
8
8
8
6
10
10
8
8
5
8
Units
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Rate
$94.04
$92.08
$97.80
$94.42
$83". 17
$27.18
$93.04
$20.44
$366.22
$94.42
Total
$752.32
$736.64
$782.40
$566.52
$831.70
$271.80
$744.32
$163.52
$1,831.10
$755.36
Cost: $7,435.68
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Work Order Number
Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
6/11/2014
21802
STO001 - Workingfor other Departments
Haul paver to McCammon. Brought #32 back to shopfrom McCammon.
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
6/11/2014
Assigned Employees
Employees
Bringman, Wade
Hours
2
Muitipiier
1
Rate
$32.47
Total
$64.94
Cost: $64,94
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
011 - CAT Truck/Tractor
01 1 A - Trail King Trailer
Amount
2
2
Units
Hours
Hours
Rate
$83.17
$27.18
Total
$166.34
$54.36
Cost: $220.70
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Work Order Number
Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
4/1/2014
21199
STO001 - Workingfor other Departments
Delivered #32 to City of McCammon.
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
4/1/2014
Assigned Employees
Employees
Bringman, Wade
Hours
5
Multiplier
1
Rate
$32.47
Total
$162.35
Cost: $162.35
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
01 1 - CAT Truck/Tractor
01 1A- Trail King Trailer
Amount
5
5
Units
Hours
Hours
Rate
$75.00
$12.50
Total
$375.00
$62.50
Cost: $437.50
Total Cost: $599.85]
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Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
7/1/2014
21968
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Haul oil forChubbuck
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
7/1/2014
Assigned Employees
Employees
Cluff, Allen
Hours
10
Multiplier
1
Rate
$29.07
Total
$290.70
Cost: $290.70
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
01 1 - CAT Truck/Tractor
01 1C -Tanker Trailer
Amount
10
10
Units
Hours
Hours
Rate
$83.17
$26.85
Total
$831.70
$268.50
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Work Order Number
Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
6/30/2014
21948
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Haul oil to Chubbuckfor microsealing
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
6/30/2014
Assigned Employees
Employees
Cluff, Allen
Hours
10
Multiplier
1
Rate
$29.07
Total
$290.70
Cost: $290.70
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
011 -CAT Truck/Tractor
01 1C -Tanker Trailer
Amount
10
10
Units
Hours
Hours
Rate
$83.17
$26.85
Total
$831.70
$268.50
Cost: $1,100.20
Total Cost: $1,390,90
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Date
Work Order Number
Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
6/26/2014
21938
STO001 - Workingfor other Departments
Haul oil for Chubbuck microsealing
008: Street OperationsDepartment
Closed
6/26/2014
Assigned Employees
Employees
Bringman, Wade
Hours
10
Multiplier
1
Rate
$32.47
Total
$324.70
Cost: $324.70
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
01 1 - CATTruck/Tractor
01 1C -Tanker Trailer
Amount
10
10
Units
Hours
Hours
Rate
$83.17
$26.85
Total
$831.70
$268.50
Cost: $1,100.20
Total Cost: $1,424.90]
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Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
6/24/2014
21908
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Haul Micro surface oil for Chubbuck
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
6/24/2014
Assigned Employees
Employees
Bringman, Wade
Hours
7
Multiplier
1
Rate
$32.47
Total
$227.29
Cost: $227.29
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
01 1 - CAT Truck/Tractor
011C -Tanker Trailer
Amount
7
7
Units
Hours
Hours
Rate
$83.17
$26.85
Total
$582.19
$187.95
Cost: $770.14
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Date
Work Order Number
Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
5/8/2014
21545
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Milled for City of Chubbuck on Dell St.
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
5/8/2014
Assigned Employees
Employees
Anderson, Nolan
Bringman, Wade
Cluff, Allen
Hours
10
3
3
Multiplier
1
1
1
Rate
$31.30
$32.47
$29.07
Total
$313.00
$97.41
$87.21
Cost: $497.62
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
01 1 - CAT Truck/Tractor
011A- Trail King Trailer
01 1 B - End Dump Trailer
014 - 2007 International Truck/Tractor
020 - 2008 Dodge R-25 Truck
063 - 2010 CAT Cold Planer
Amount
3
3
3
3
1
10
Units
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Rate
$83.17
$27.18
$17.38
$81.15
$20.44
$635.42
Total
$249.51
$81 .54
$52.14
$243.45
$20.44
$6,354.20
Cost: $7,001 .28
Assigned Material
Material
Teeth for Cold Planer
Amount
5
Units
Each
Unit Cost
$9.00
Total
$45.00
Cost: $45.00
Total Cost: $7,543.90
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Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
8/9/2012
17217
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Shoot Oil for County chip seal
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
8/9/2012
Assigned Employees
Employees
Peterson, Rod
Hours
10
Multiplier
1
Rate
$31.92
Total
$319.20
Cost: $31 9.20
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
021 - 2008 Oil Distributer
Amount
10
Units
Hours
Rate
$53.00
Total
$530.00
Cost: $530.00
Total Cost: $849.20i
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Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
8/8/2012
17315
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Chipseal for County
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
8/8/2012
Assigned Employees
Employees
Peterson, Rod
Hours
10
Multiplier
1
Rate
$31.92
Total
$319.20
Cost: $31 9.20
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
021 - 2008 Oil Distributer
Amount
10
Units
Hours
Rate
$53.00
Total
$530.00
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Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
8/7/2012
17298
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Chip seal for County;
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
8/7/2012
Assigned Employees
Employees
Peterson, Rod
Peterson, Rod - OT
Hours
10
2.25
Multiplier
1
1
Rate
$31 .92
$47.89
Total
$319.20
$107.75
Cost: $426.95
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
021 - 2008 Oil Distributer
Amount
12.25
Units
Hours
Rate
$53.00
Total
$649.25
Cost: $649.25
Total Cost: $1,076.20]
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Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
8/6/2012
17208
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Shoot Oil for County chipseal
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
8/6/2012
Assigned Employees
Employees
Peterson, Rod
Peterson, Rod - OT
Hours
10
0.5
Multiplier
1
1
Rate
$31.92
$47.89
Total
$319.20
$23.95
Cost: $343. 15
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
021 - 2008 Oil Distributer
Amount
10.5
Units
Hours
Rate
$53.00
Total
$556.50
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Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
10/11/2011
15117
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Mill for County (55 teeth& 10 holders used)
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
10/11/2011
Assigned Employees
Employees
Borstelman, Cody
Kirkman, Tom
Hours
5
5
Multiplier
1
1
Rate
$33.95
$32.31
Total
$169.75
$161.55
Cost: $331 .30
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
063 - 201 0 CATCold Planer
066 - 2006 Ford Truck
Amount
5
5
Units
Hours
Hours
Rate
$463.00
$22.00
Total
$2,315.00
$110.00
Cost: $2,425.00
Assigned Material
Material
Teethfor Cold Planer
Amount
55
Units
Each
Unit Cost
$9.00
Total
$495.00
Cost: $495.00
Total Cost: $3,251.30
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Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
8/29/2011
14853
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Chipping Portneuf Road for County.
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
8/29/201 1
Assigned Employees
Employees
Lammers, Brad
Hours
10
Multiplier
1
Rate
$31.81
Total
$318.10
Cost: $318.10
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
021 - 2008 Oil Distributer
Amount
10
Units
Hours
Rate
$53.00
Total
$530.00
Cost: $530.00
Total Cost: $848.10
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Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
7/18/2011
14556
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Milled for County at Portneuf and Indian Creek.
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
7/18/2011
Assigned Employees
Employees
Kirkman, Tom
Hours
4
Multiplier
1
Rate
$32.31
Total
$129.24
Cost: $129.24
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
004- 1995 Dump Truck
004A-01 INACTIVE
063 - 2010 CAT Cold Planer
Amount
1
1
2
Units
Hours
Hours
Hours
Rate
$75.00
$10.00
$463.00
Total
$75.00
$10.00
$926.00
Cost: $1,01 1.00
Assigned Material
Material
Teeth for Cold Planer
Amount
15
Units
Each
Unit Cost
$9.00
Total
S1 35.00
Cost: $135.00
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Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
7/14/2011
14545
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Chipping for County
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
7/14/2011
Assigned Employees
Employees
Peterson, Rod
Peterson, Rod - OT
Hours
10
0.75
Multiplier
1
1
Rate
S31.42
$47.13
Total
$314.20
$35.35
Cost: $349.55
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
021 - 2008 Oil Distributer
Amount
10.5
Units
Hours
Rate
$53.00
Total
$556.50
Cost: $556.50
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Date
Work Order Number
Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
7/13/2011
14555
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Chipping for County
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
7/14/2011
Assigned Employees
Employees
Peterson, Rod
Peterson, Rod - OT
Hours
10
0.5
Multiplier
1
1
Rate
$31 .42
$47.13
Total
$314.20
$23.57
Cost: $337.77
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
021 - 2008 Oil Distributer
Amount
10.5
Units
Hours
Rate
$53.00
Total
$556.50
Cost: $556.50
Total Cost: $894.27]
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Date
Work Order Number
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Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
3/3/201 1
13660
STO421 -Approved Events/Other Agencys
Milled Hiline for the County and City of Chubbuck.
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
3/3/201 1
Assigned Employees
Employees
Anderson, Nolan
Anderson, Nolan - OT
Borstelman, Cody
Borstelman, Cody - OT
Day. Larry
Day, Larry - OT
Kirkman, Tom
Kirkman, Tom - OT
Hours
8
3
8
3
8
3
8
3
Multiplier
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Rate
$27.24
$40.86
$33.95
$50.92
$33.38
$50.08
$32.31
$48.46
Total
$217.92
$122.58
$271.60
$152.76
$267.04
$150.24
$258.48
$145.38
Cost: $1,586.00
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
004- 1995 Dump Truck
01 1A- Trail KingTrailer
063 - 2010 CATCold Planer
066 - 2006 Ford Truck
Amount
2
2
11
2
Units
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Rate
$75.00
$12.50
$463.00
$22.00
Total
$150.00
$25.00
$5,093.00
$44.00
Cost: $5,312.00
Assigned Material
Material
Bit Holders for Planer
Teeth for Cold Planer
Amount
17
85
Units
Each
Each
Unit Cost
$38.00
$9.00
Total
$646.00
$765.00
Cost: $1,41 1.00
Total Cost: S8,309.6o|
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Work Order Information
Date
Work Order Number
Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
8/17/2010
12486
STO001 - Workingfor other Departments
Milled for County on Rio Vista between Chubbuck Road and sewer treatment plant.
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
8/17/2010
Assigned Employees
Employees
Kirkman, Tom
Hours
10
Multiplier
1
Rate
$32-07
Total
$320.70
Cost: $320.70
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
004- 1995 DumpTruck
063 - 2010 CATCold Planer
Amount
1
10
Units
Hours
Hours
Rate
$70.00
$463.00
Total
$70.00
$4,630.00
Cost: $4,700.00
Assigned Material
Material
Bit Holders for Planer
Teeth for Cold Planer
Amount
22
50
Units
Each
Each
Unit Cost
$29.45
$5.00
Total
$647.90
$250.00
Cost: $897.90
Total Cost: $5,918.60|
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Work Order Information
Date
Work Order Number
Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
7/22/2010
12356
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Mill on Rio Vista for Bannock County.
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
7/22/2010
Assigned Employees
Employees
Anderson, Nolan
Day, Larry
Kirkman, Tom
Hours
10
10
2
Multiplier
1
1
1
Rate
$26.34
$33.23
$32.07
Total
$263.40
$332.30
$64.14
Cost: $659.84
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
004- 1995 Dump Truck
046-1992GMCVan
063 - 201 0 CAT Cold Planer
Amount
10
10
10
Units
Hours
Hours
Hours
Rate
$70.00
$27.00
$463.00
Total
$700.00
$270.00
$4,630.00
Cost: $5,600.00
Assigned Material
Material
Bit Holders for Planer
Teeth for Cold Planer
Amount
4
100
Units
Each
Each
Unit Cost
$29.45
$5.00
Total
$117.80
$500.00
Cost: $61 7.80
Total Cost: $6,877.64|
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Work Order Information
Date
Work Order Number
Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
7/15/2010
12313
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Mill Rio Vista for Bannock County.
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
7/15/2010
Assigned Employees
Employees
Anderson, Nolan
Anderson, Nolan - OT
Kirkman, Tom
Kirkman, Tom - OT
Hours
10
1
10
1
Multiplier
1
1
1
1
Rate
$26.34
$39.51
$32.07
$48.11
Total
$263.40
$39.51
$320.70
$48.11
Cost: $671.72
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
004- 1995 Dump Truck
046 -1992 CMCVan
063 - 2010 CAT Cold Planer
Amount
11
11
11
Units
Hours
Hours
Hours
Rate
$70.00
$27.00
$463.00
Total
$770.00
$297.00
$5,093.00
Cost: $6, 160.00
Assigned Material
Material
Bit Holders for Planer
Teeth for Cold Planer
Amount
20
100
Units
Each
Each
Unit Cost
$29.45
$5.00
Total
$589.00
$500.00
Cost: $1,089.00
Total Cost: $7,920.72J
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Date
Work Order Number
Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
7/12/2011
14519
STO036 - Maintenance - Chip/Crack sealing
Chipped for the County (South 5th).
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
7/12/2011
Assigned Employees
Employees
Lammers, Brad
Lammers, Brad - OT
Peterson, Rod
Peterson, Rod - OT
Hours
10
1.5
10
0.5
Multiplier
1
1
1
1
Rate
$31.81
$47.71
$31 .42
$47.13
Total
$318.10
$71.57
$314.20
$23-57
Cost: $727.44
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
010 -1999 CMC Truck
021 - 2008 Oil Distributer
Amount
10.5
11.5
Units
Hours
Hours
Rate
$22.00
$53.00
Total
$231 .00
$609-50
Cost: $840.50
Total Cost: $1,567.94|
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Date
Work Order Number
Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
6/22/201 1
14388
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Milled for County on S. 5th, helped pave back;
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
6/22/201 1
Assigned Employees
Employees
Anderson, Nolan
Kirkman, Tom
Hours
3
6
Multiplier
1
1
Rate
$27.24
$32.31
Total
$81.72
$193.86
Cost; $275.58
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
004 -1995 DumpTruck
063 -2010 CATCold Planer
066 - 2006 Ford Truck
Amount
1
2
6
Units
Hours
Hours
Hours
Rate
$75.00
$463.00
$22.00
Total
$75.00
$926.00
$132.00
Cost: $1,133.00
Assigned Material
Material
Teeth for Cold Planer
Amount
25
Units
Each
Unit Cost
$9.00
Total
$225.00
Cost: S225.00
Total Cost: $1,633.58J
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Work Order Information
Date
Work Order Number
Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
6/17/2010
12164
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Mill Whitaker off Siphon for Bannock County.
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
6/17/2010
Assigned Employees
Employees
Anderson, Nolan
Borstelman, Cody
Day, Larry
Kirkman, Tom
Hours
10
10
10
10
Multiplier
1
1
1
1
Rate
$26.34
$33.40
$33.23
$32.07
Total
$263.40
$334.00
$332.30
$320.70
Cost: $1,250.40
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
010 -1999 CMC Truck
01 1 - CAT Truck/Tractor
063 - 201 0 CAT Cold Planer
Amount
10
10
10
Units
Hours
Hours
Hours
Rate
$22.00
$70.00
$463.00
Total
$220.00
$700.00
$4,630.00
Cost: $5,550.00
Assigned Material
Material
Bit Holders for Planer
Teeth for Cold Planer
Amount
15
50
Units
Each
Each
Unit Cost
$29.45
$5.00
Total
$441 .75
$250.00
Cost $691 .75
Total Cost: $7,492.15
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Date
Work Order Number
Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
9/22/2010
12747
STO001 - Workingfor other Departments
Milled Siphon Road for county, between Rio Vista and County pit.
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
9/22/2010
Assigned Employees
Employees
Anderson, Nolan
Kirkman, Tom
Hours
5
5
Multiplier
1
1
Rate
$26.34
$32.07
Total
$131.70
$160.35
Cost: $292.05
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
004 - 1995 Dump Truck
010 -1999 CMC Truck
063 - 2010 CATCold Planer
Amount
1
1
3
Units
Hours
Hours
Hours
Rate
$70.00
$22.00
$463.00
Total
$70.00
$22.00
$1,389.00
Cost: $1,481.00
Total Cost: $1,773.05
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Date
Work Order Number
Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
9/1/2010
12614
STO001 - Workingfor other Departments
Paved for County on Buckskin Road. #2 hauled millings from County pit to Buckskin Road. Rolled
millings for County on Buckskin between Rapid Creek and Hoot Owl.
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
9/1/2010
Assigned Employees
Employees
Anderson, Nolan
Cluff, Allen
Kirkman, Tom
Hours
10
10
4
Multiplier
1
1
1
Rate
$26.34
$26.43
$32.07
Total
$263.40
$264.30
$128.28
Cost $655.98
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
002 - 2003 DumpTruck
004- 1995 DumpTruck
027 - 2006 Dodge Truck
Inactive - Pneumatic Roller - CATRental now #12
Amount
10
10
4
10
Units
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Rate
$75.00
$70.00
$19.00
$25.00
Total
$750.00
$700.00
$76.00
$250.00
Cost: $1,776.00
Total Cost: $2,431,98|
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Work Order Information
Date
Work Order Number
Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
8/26/2010
12580
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Chipped and rolled for the County.
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
8/26/2010
Assigned Employees
Employees
Anderson, Nolan
Lammers, Brad
Hours
5
3
Multiplier
1
1
Rate
$26.34
$31.58
Total
$131.70
$94.74
Cost: $226.44
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
021 - 2008 Oil Distributer
Inactive- Pneumatic Roller - CAT Rental now #12
Amount
3
5
Units
Hours
Hours
Rate
$53.00
$25.00
Total
$159.00
$125.00
Cost: $284.00
Total Cost: $510.44|
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Work Order Information
Date
Work Order Number
Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
8/25/2010
12558
STO001 - Workingfor other Departments
Chipped and rolled for the County.
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
8/25/2010
Assigned Employees
Employees
Anderson, Nolan
Anderson, Nolan - OT
Lammers, Brad
Lammers, Brad - OT
Hours
10
1
10
1
Multiplier
1
1
1
1
Rate
$26.34
$39.51
$31 .58
$47.37
Total
$263.40
$39.51
$315.80
$47.37
Cost: $666.08
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
021 - 2008 Oil Distributer
Inactive - Pneumatic Roller - CAT Rental now #1 2
Amount
11
11
Units
Hours
Hours
Rate
$53.00
$25.00
Total
$583.00
$275.00
Cost: $858.00
Total Cost: S1.524.08l
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Date
Work Order Number
Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
8/24/2010
12547
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Chipped and rolled for County
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
8/24/2010
Assigned Employees
Employees
Anderson, Nolan
Lammers, Brad
Hours
10
10
Multiplier
1
1
Rate
$26.34
$31.58
Total
$263.40
$315.80
Cost: $579.20
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
021 - 2008 Oil Distributer
Inactive - Pneumatic Roller - CAT Rental now #1 2
Amount
10
10
Units
Hours
Hours
Rate
$53.00
$25.00
Total
$530.00
$250.00
Cost: $780.00
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Work Order Information
Date
Work Order Number
Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
8/23/2010
12538
STO001 - Workingfor other Departments
Chipped and rolled for County
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
8/23/2010
Assigned Employees
Employees
Anderson, Nolan
Anderson, Nolan - OT
Lammers, Brad
Lammers, Brad - OT
Hours
10
0.5
10
0.5
Multiplier
1
1
1
1
Rate
$26.34
S39.51
$31.58
$47.37
Total
$263.40
$19.76
$315.80
$23.69
Cost: S622.65
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
021 - 2008 Oil Distributer
Inactive - Pneumatic Roller - CAT Rental now #1 2
Amount
10.5
10.5
Units
Hours
Hours
Rate
$53.00
$25.00
Total
$556.50
$262.50
Cost: $81 9.00
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Date
Work Order Number
Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
8/19/2010
12524
STO001 - Workingfor other Departments
MarshCreek Road
Chip Sealed withCounty-MarshCreek Road
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
8/19/2010
Assigned Employees
Employees
Anderson, Nolan
Lammers, Brad
Hours
10
10
Multiplier
1
1
Rate
$26.34
$31.58
Total
$263.40
$315.80
Cost: $579.20
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
004- 1995 Dump Truck
021 - 2008 Oil Distributer
Inactive- Pneumatic Roller - CAT Rental now #12
Amount
2
10
8
Units
Hours
Hours
Hours
Rate
$70.00
$53.00
$25.00
Total
$140.00
S530.00
S200.00
Cost: $870.00
Total Cost: SI.449.20)
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Work Order Information
Date
Work Order Number
Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
8/18/2010
12491
STO001 - Workingfor other Departments
Chipped and rolled for the County.
008: Street OperationsDepartment
Closed
8/1 8/201 0
Assigned Employees
Employees
Anderson, Nolan
Anderson, Nolan - OT
Lammers, Brad
Lammers, Brad - OT
Hours
10
2
6
2
Multiplier
1
1
1
1
Rate
$26.34
$39.51
$31.58
$47.37
Total
$263.40
$79.02
$189.48
$94-74
Cost: $626.64
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
004- 1995 DumpTruck
021 - 2008 Oil Distributer
Inactive - Pneumatic Roller - CATRental now #12
Amount
2
8
10
Units
Hours
Hours
Hours
Rate
$70.00
$53.00
$25-00
Total
$140.00
$424.00
$250.00
Cost: $814.00
Total Cost: $1,440.64]
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Work Order Information
Date
Work Order Number
Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
7/1/2010
12247
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Milled Siphon Road for County between Philbin and halfway to Hawthorne.
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
7/1/2010
Assigned Employees
Employees
Anderson, Nolan
Kirkman, Tom
Hours
8
8
Multiplier
1
1
Rate
$26.34
S32.07
Total
$210.72
$256.56
Cost: S467.28
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
004 -1995 Dump Truck
010 -1999 CMC Truck
063 -2010 CAT Cold Planer
Amount
8
8
8
Units
Hours
Hours
Hours
Rate
$70.00
$22.00
$463.00
Total
$560.00
$176.00
$3,704.00
Cost: $4,440.00
Assigned Material
Material
Teeth for Cold Planer
Amount
50
Units
Each
Unit Cost
$5.00
Total
$250.00
Cost: $250.00
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Work Order Information
Date
Work Order Number
Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
6/28/2010
12221
STO001 - Workingfor other Departments
Shot tack for County - Jackson Creek and Inkom Road.
008: Street OperationsDepartment
Closed
6/28/2010
Assigned Employees
Employees
Lammers, Brad
Hours
3
Multiplier
1
Rate
$31.58
Total
$94.74
Cost: $94.74
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
021 - 2008 Oil Distributer
Amount
3
Units
Hours
Rate
$53.00
Total
$159.00
Cost: $159.00
Assigned Material
Material
S3 - 1 Emulsion
Amount
75
Units
Gallon
Unit Cost
$2.32
Total
$174.00
Cost: $174.00
Total Cost: $427.74j
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4/21/2010
11802
STO001 - Workingfor other Departments
Milled app. 1/2 mile of Siphon Road between Philbin & Rio Vista for the County.
008: Street OperationsDepartment
Closed
4/21/2010
Assigned Employees
Employees
Kirkman, Tom
Hours
10
Multiplier
1
Rate
$32.07
Total
$320.70
Cost: $320.70
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
063 -2010 CATCold Planer
066 - 2006 Ford Truck
Amount
10
10
Units
Hours
Hours
Rate
$463.00
$19.00
Total
$4,630.00
$190.00
Cost: $4,820.00
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Date
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Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
2/24/2010
11504
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Milled Siphon Road with the County.
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
2/24/2010
Assigned Employees
Employees
Borstelman, Cody
Borstelman, Cody - OT
Day, Larry
Day, Larry - OT
Kirkman, Tom
Kirkman, Tom - OT
Lammers, Brad
Lammers, Brad - OT
Mitchell, Steven
Mitchell, Steven - OT
Hours
8
1
8
1
8
1
8
1
8
1
Multiplier
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Rate
$33.40
$50.10
$33.23
$49.85
$32.07
$48.11
$31.58
$47.37
$28.82
$43.23
Total
$267.20
$50.10
$265.84
$49.85
$256.56
$48.11
$252.64
$47.37
$230.56
$43.23
Cost: $1,511.46
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
001-Water Truck
010 -1999 CMC Truck
063 - 2010 CAT Cold Planer
Amount
9
9
9
Units
Hours
Hours
Hours
Rate
$50.00
$22.00
$463.00
Total
$450.00
$198.00
$4,167.00
Cost: $4,81 5.00
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Date
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Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
2/23/2010
23
STO001 - Workingfor other Departments
Milled for County on Siphon Road
008: Street OperationsDepartment
Closed
2/23/2010
Assigned Employees
Employees
Borstelman, Cody
Borstelman, Cody - OT
Day, Larry
Day, Larry - OT
Kirkman, Tom
Kirkman, Tom - OT
Lammers, Brad
Lammers, Brad - OT
Mitchell, Steven
Mitchell, Steven - OT
Hours
8
2.5
8
2.5
8
2.5
8
2.5
8
2.5
Multiplier
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Rate
$33.40
$50.10
$33.23
$49.85
$32.07
$48.11
$31.58
$47.37
$28.82
$43.23
Total
$267.20
$125.25
$265.84
$124.63
$256.56
$120.28
$252.64
$118.43
$230.56
$108.08
Cost: $1,869.47
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
001 -Water Truck
010 -1999 CMC Truck
063 - 201 0 CATCold Planer
Water Dept - DumpTruck
Amount
5.5
10.5
10.5
5.5
Units
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Rate
$50.00
$22.00
$463.00
$75.00
Total
$275.00
$231 .00
$4,861.50
$412.50
Cost: $5,780.00
Total Cost: $7.649.47]
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Date
Work Order Number
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Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
9/25/2013
19849
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Haul Salt from Utah to American Falls
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
9/25/2013
Assigned Employees
Employees
Anderson, Nolan
Cluff, Allen
Hours
10
10
Multiplier
1
1
Rate
$29.30
328.42
Total
$293.00
$284.20
Cost: $577.20
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
01 1 - CAT Truck/Tractor
01 1 B - End Dump Trailer
014-2007 International Truck/Tractor
Amount
10
10
10
Units
Hours
Hours
Hours
Rate
$75.00
$10.00
$75.00
Total
$750.00
$100.00
$750.00
Cost: $1,600.00
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Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
9/24/2013
19842
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Haul Salt from Utah to American Falls; #1 4--21 .84 tons of salt.
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
9/24/2013
Assigned Employees
Employees
duff, Allen
Hours
10
Multiplier
1
Rate
$28.42
Total
$284.20
Cost: $284.20
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
014 - 2007 International Truck/Tractor
Amount
10
Units
Hours
Rate
$75.00
Total
$750.00
Cost: $750.00
Total Cost: $1,034.20
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Date
Work Order Number
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Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
4/23/2013
18842
STO422 - Materials Handling/Other
Move equipment from shopto auction, hauled sweeper for American Falls to the auction, clean water
out of tank @ pit
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
4/23/2013
Assigned Employees
Employees
Anderson, Nolan
Gilmore, Brett
Lammers, Brad
Powers, C. J.
Taylor, Tony
Hours
10
4
2
4
4
Multiplier
1
1
1
1
1
Rate
$29.30
$35.36
S34.70
$24.30
$29.71
Total
$293.00
$141.44
$69.40
$97.20
$118.84
Cost: $71 9.88
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
01 1 - CAT Truck/Tractor
01 1A- Trail King Trailer
021 - 2008 Oil Distributer
027 - 2006 Dodge Truck
067 - 2011 Titan Flatbed Trailer
082 - 2005 Chevy Truck
Amount
5
5
2
4
4
4
Units
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Rate
$75.00
$12.50
$53.00
$25.00
$10.00
$19.00
Total
$375.00
$62.50
$106.00
$100.00
$40.00
$76.00
Cost: $759.50
Total Cost: $1,479.38
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Date
Work Order Number
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Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
12/6/2012
18041
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Take Paint Truck back to American Falls
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
12/6/2012
Assigned Employees
Employees
Anderson, Nolan
Hours
2
Multiplier
1
Rate
$29.30
Total
S58.60
Cost: $58.60
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
01 1 - CAT Truck/Tractor
01 1A- Trail King Trailer
Amount
2
2
Units
Hours
Hours
Rate
$75.00
$12.50
Total
$150.00
$25.00
Cost: $175.00
Total Cost: $233.6Qj
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Date
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Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
12/5/2012
18052
STOOTM - Maint - Other Dept Equip Repair
Shop-worked on American Falls striper;
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
12/5/2012
Assigned Employees
Employees
Aiken, Laurel
Morton, Kenny
Hours
3
3
Multiplier
1
1
Rate
$28.21
S33.61
Total
$84.63
$100.83
Cost: $185.46
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Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
11/15/2012
17902
STO045 - Maintenance - Equipment
Check out snow loader, #24 & Trailer, load small sander for American Falls; Check out #24, replace
right headlight; #65--serviced; Adjust belts on #65; #9--put plow on;
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
11/15/2012
Assigned Employees
Employees
Cherry, Geary
Lame, Glenn
Taylor, Tony
Hours
8
8
8
Multiplier
1
1
1
Rate
$30.57
$21.43
$29.71
Total
$244.56
$171.44
$237.68
Cost: $653.68
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
036 - 2006 CAT950G Loader
Amount
1
Units
Hours
Rate
$67.30
Total
$67.30
Cost: $67.30
Total Cost: $720.98
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Date
Work Order Number
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Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
6/4/2012
16859
STO036 - Maintenance - Chip/Crack sealing
Work with American Falls
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
6/4/2012
Assigned Employees
Employees
Ellertson, Steve
Hours
6
Multiplier
1
Rate
$28.06
Total
$168.36
Cost: $168.36
Total Cost: $168.36
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Date Completed
11/21/2011
15429
STO045 - Maintenance - Equipment
Installed sander and plow on Water Dept. Truck; Serviced water dept. grader. Worked on screed on
#23 and canopy on #71 . Get #31 ready to take to American Falls.
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
11/21/2011
Assigned Employees
Employees
Anderson, Nolan
Borstelman, Cody
Cherry, Geary
Kirkman, Tom
Paschal, Dave
Taylor, Tony
Hours
3
6
8
6
8
8
Multiplier
1
1
1
1
1
1
Rate
$28.06
$34.44
$31.09
$32.82
$28-30
$30.84
Total
$84.18
$206.64
$248.72
$196.92
$226.40
$246.72
Cost: $1,209.58
Total Cost: $1.209.58|
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Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
7/26/2011
14609
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Chipsealing in American Falls. Applied 13817.21 gallons of CRS2 sealing oil. Materials supplied by
American Falls.
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
7/26/201 1
Assigned Employees
Employees
Anderson, Nolan
Bloxham, Robert
Bloxham, Robert - OT
Borstelman, Cody
Borstelman, Cody - OT
Bringman, Wade
Day, Larry
Day, Larry - OT
Ellertson, Steve
Ellertson, Steve - OT
Kirkman, Tom
Kirkman, Tom - OT
Lammers, Brad
Lammers, Brad - OT
Mitchell, Steven
Mitchell, Steven - OT
Powers, C. J.
Powers, C. J. - OT
Hours
10
10
0.5
10
0.5
10
10
0.5
10
0.5
10
0.5
10
1.5
10
0.25
10
0.25
Multiplier
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Rate
$27.24
$19.59
$29.38
$33.95
$50.92
$28.36
$33.38
$50.08
$26.87
$40.30
$32.31
$48.46
$31.81
$47.71
$29.04
$43.57
$16.66
$24.99
Total
$272.40
$195.90
$14.69
$339.50
$25.46
$283.60
$333.80
$25.04
$268.70
$20.15
$323.10
$24.23
$318.10
$71.57
$290.40
$10.89
$166.60
$6.25
Cost: $2,990.38
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
003 - 2003 DumpTruck
004- 1995 DumpTruck
005- 1992 Dump Truck
008 - 2005 DumpTruck
009- 1989 DumpTruck
Amount
10.25
10
10.5
10
10.25
Units
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Rate
$75.00
$75.00
$75.00
$75.00
$75.00
Total
$768.75
$750.00
$787.50
$750.00
$768.75
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021 - 2008 Oil Distributer
055 - 1979 Chip Spreader
066 - 2006 Ford Truck
10
11.5
10
10.5
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
$78.00
353.00
$102.00
$22.00
$780.00
$609.50
$1,020.00
$231.00
Cost: $6,465.50
Total Cost: $9.455.88)
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Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
7/25/201 1
14577
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Haul chipper and roller to American Falls.
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
7/25/201 1
Assigned Employees
Employees
Anderson, Nolan
Hours
5
Multiplier
1
Rate
$27.24
Total
$136.20
Cost: $136-20
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
004- 1995 Dump Truck
01 1A- Trail King Trailer
Amount
5
5
Units
Hours
Hours
Rate
S75.00
$12.50
Total
S375.00
$62.50
Cost: $437.50
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Date
Work Order Number
Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
6/16/2011
14362
STO421 -Approved Events/Other Agencys
Helped clean out paint truck that wasplugged and showed them how to maintain it in American Falls.
008: Street OperationsDepartment
Closed
6/16/2011
Assigned Employees
Employees
Morton, Kenny
Wellard, Ryan
Hours
8
8
Multiplier
1
1
Rate
$31.34
$13-97
Total
$250.72
$111.76
Cost: $362.48
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
170 -2008 Chevy Truck
Amount
8
Units
Hours
Rate
$19.00
Total
$152.00
Cost: $152.00
Total Cost: $514.48]
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Date
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Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
5/23/201 1
14199
STO045 - Maintenance - Equipment
#32 welded on new mountings for roller bearings and installed upper and lower rollers. #7 remove
sander fittings and check oil leak. #63 removed bit holders that were broken off in drum. #28 put new
edges on. #19 fixed blinker. Go to American Falls and pick uprepaired roller.
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
5/23/2011
Assigned Employees
Employees
Cherry, Geary
Foster, Les
Paschal, Dave
Taylor, Tony
Hours
10
1
10
10
Multiplier
1
1
1
1
Rate
$30.57
$30.69
$27.79
$30.32
Total
$305.70
$30.69
$277.90
$303.20
Cost: $91 7-49
Total Cost: $917.49|
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Project Code
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Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
7/7/2014
21992
STO001 - Working for other Departments
HauloiltoDriggsforVSS
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
7/7/2014
Assigned Employees
Employees
Bringman, Wade
Bringman, Wade-OT
Hours
10
0.5
Multiplier
1
1
Rate
$32.47
$48.71
Total
S324.70
$24.36
Cost: $349.06
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
01 1 - CAT Truck/Tractor
011C-Tanker Trailer
Amount
10.5
10.5
Units
Hours
Hours
Rate
$83.17
$26.85
Total
$873.29
$281.93
Cost: $1,155.21
Total Cost: $1,504.27
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Date
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Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
6/13/2014
21828
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Hauled #21 back from Driggs
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
6/13/2014
Assigned Employees
Employees
Bringman, Wade - OT
Hours
5
Multiplier
1
Rate
$48.71
Total
S243.55
Cost: $243,55
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
011 -CAT Truck/Tractor
011 A -Trail King Trailer
Amount
5
5
Units
Hours
Hours
Rate
$83.17
$27.18
Total
$415.85
$135.90
Cost: $551. 75
Total Cost: $795.30)
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Date
Work Order Number
Work Order Assigned To:
Project Code
Customer Name
Address
Work Description
Department
Phone
Status
Problem/Issue
Date Completed
6/12/2014
21838
STO001 - Working for other Departments
Spraying Emulsion for Driggs, Victor; Hauled equipment to Pocatello
008: Street Operations Department
Closed
6/12/2014
Assigned Employees
Employees
Lammers, Brad
Lammers, Brad - OT
Hours
10
3
Multiplier
1
1
Rate
$35.47
$53.20
Total
$354.70
$159.60
Cost: $51 4.30
Assigned Equipment
Equipment
011 C -Tanker Trailer
014 - 2007 International Truck/Tractor
021 - 2008 Oil Distributer
Amount
13
13
11
Units
Hours
Hours
Hours
Rate
$26.85
$81.15
$45.37
Total
$349.05
$1,054.95
$499.07
Cost: $1,903.07
Total Cost: $2,417.37
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Problem/Issue
Date Completed
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STO001 - Working for other Departments
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19224
STO001 - Working for other Departments
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STO001 - Working for other Departments
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From: Mayor Johnson <ci dri ggs@i da. net >
Sent: Friday, May 30, 201411:50 AM
To: Robert Heuseveldt; rulabelle@aol.com; jacobe@victorcityidaho.org;
nateb@victorcityidaho.org; scottg@victorcityidaho.org; Ghezzi, Randy; Kirkrnan, Tom;
pwdriggs@ida.net;jmaz@co.teton.id.us; csmith@co.teton.id.us
Cc: phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com
Subject: Re: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Attachments: FOG SEAL NOTICE 2014.pdf; cidriggs.vcf
Rob,
My understanding is that the cure time will depend on temperature and humidity, but that it would be wise to
plan on 2-3 hours for cure (before traffic.) Driggs plans to close the entire streets being fog sealed until it has
cured sufficiently. Residents are being asked to plan on the entire day, from 7am to 5pm, and any cars parked
on the street will be towed at owner's expense. Attached is our flyer for your reference. We will reroute traffic
during that time. Trying to apply single lanes will complicate the application process and likely make it much
longer, not to mention the manpower needed to control traffic. The obvious exception to this would be high
traffic arteries or major collectors which cannot be easily rerouted.
Hope this helps. Anyone else feel free to jump in here.
Hyrum Johnson
Mayor, City of Driggs
PO Box 48, Driggs ID 83422
208 . 354. 2362
208. 354. 8522 f ax
On 5/30/2014 9:15 AM, Robert Heuseveldt wrote:
As per your emai l on t he 19'" t he Ci t y of Vi c t or has made r e se r vat i ons at t he Cowboy Roaclhouse for t he
night of t he 8:h and 9;h. Do I need t o c anc e l t he night of t he 9t h? Also, regardi ng t r affi c cont rol, how wi ll
t he oi l be a ppl i e d ? Wi ll t hey mai nt ai n one l ane open or do we need t o close clown t he st r e e t s? How
long wi ll t he appli cat i on t ake and how long does i t t ake t o cure suffi c i ent l y t o be open t o t r affi c
agai n? We are t ryi ng t o do some publi c out r eac h and I wi ll be gone all week next weak so we are t ryi ng
t o t i e some of t hese t hi ngs down. Please let rne know what you t hi nk.
Robert M. Hauseueidt, P.E., CFM
Administrator-Engineer-Public Works Di r ect or
City of Victor
P. O. Sox 122^ 32 Elm St r e e t - Vi c t or , ID 83455
Phone: ( 208) 787- 2940 - Fax: ( 208) 7 8 7 - 2357 - Cell: ( 208} 399-2155
Emai l: r ober t h@vi ct or ci t vi daho. CQm
ht t p:/ / www. vjct orci t yi daho. com
6,000 gallons, GSB-88 2:1
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at 8 a.m., with 7,233 gallons on-board (we'll hold-over
1,233 gallons for Teton County work on June 10)
Where should we stage the transport truck for the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of Victor will arrange lodging & meals for him
Sunday night/Monday
Application rate .09 gallons/sq/yd -will treat appx 66,667 sq yds (likely slightly less, allowing for
cul-de-sac & radius overlap).
Target start time of 9am
Tuesday. June 10: Teton County
1,233 gallons, GSB-88 2:1
Oil will be on Pocatello spreader truck (heated), held-over from day before
Please have RnM Transport arrive with a full load by 10:00 a.m.
County will arrange lodging & meals for Brad Monday night/Tuesday
Work will be in Packsaddle area - WHEN WORK IS COMPLETED FOR COUNTY I WOULD
LIKE TO MOVE TO DRIGGS TO BEGIN WORK
Application rate of .09 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx 13,700 sq yds
Target start time of 10am (this will be a shorter day; maybe Brad can sneak in some fishing that
afternoon??) - NO FISHING MOVE TO DRIGGS AND BEGIN WORK
Wednesday. June 11: City of Driqqs
6,750 gallons, GSB-88 1:1 + Latex
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at Sam; where should we stage him for the day? NO
STAGEING REQUIRED HAVE HIM THERE AT 10:00 A.M.
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of Driggs will arrange lodging & meals for him
Tuesday night/Wednesday
Application rate of .13 gallons/sq/yd-will treat appx 51,923 sq yds (slightly less, allowing for cul-
de-sac & radius overlap)
Target start time of 9am - CAN WE DO 7:00 A.M.
Thursday, June 12: City of Driqgs
6,750 gallons, GSB-88 1:1 + Latex
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at Sam; where should we stage him for the day? - NO
LOAD NEEDED
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of Driggs will arrange lodging & meals for him
Wedsday night/Thursday
Application rate of .13 gallons/sq/yd -will treat appx 51,923 sq yds (slightly less, allowing for cul-
de-sac & radius overlap)
Target start time of 9am - 7:00 A.M.
General:
Pavements to be sealed will need to be swept clean before treatment, ideally the day before;
they also need to be dry (i.e.: no sprinklers the night before/morning of).
During morning hours, we'll need to allow 1.5-2hrs for oil to "cure" (dry) out, before putting traffic
back on it. By Noon & afternoon hours, that time will decrease to less than 1 hour.
Accordingly: there will need to be some traf f ic control & application plan.
It's a good idea to drive the spreader truck operator (Brad) around immediately before
application begins, so he can formulate an ideal route plan along with you.
Pray for warm sunshine and a light breeze!
Ghezzi, Randy
From: Dan Powers <cidriggs@ida.net>
Sent: Wednesday, July 03, 2013 4:13 PM
To: Ghezzi, Randy
Cc: Nichols, Anne; Jared Gunderson
Subject: City of Driggs Appreciation
Randy, I can't tell you how appreciative we are of the help the City of Pocatello has offered so generously to the City of
Driggs. From coming up and sharing your pavement management plan to helping us with the micro-seal specs to most
recently actual l y doing the spraying on our seal coat project, you've gone above and beyond. Brad put in two long days
spraying, and the care and attention he puts into it really shows.
Residents were very impressed with the product and process, and it's in large part due to the help from Pocatello.
By Proclamation, we'll be declaring Tuesday July 23rd City of Pocatello appreciation day in the City of Driggs. If you or
the Mayor or any of your staff make it up this way, we'd be honored to show you the town or a trail or a fishing hole.
Just let us know.
Many Thanks
Dan Powers
Mayor, City of Driggs
Dan Powers
Mayor, City of Driggs
PO Box 48, Driggs ID 83422
208.354.2362
208.354.8522 fax
Ghezzi, Randy
From: Dan Powers <cidriggs@ida.net>
Sent: Friday, October 26, 2012 10:05 AM
To: Ghezzi, Randy
Cc: Jared Gunderson
Subject: Re: Road discussion
10's perfect. The power point would be a great start, and then maybe we can do a tour of our City streets, have some
lunch and get you out at a reasonable time. I'm going to invite Teton County Road and Bridge and the Cities of Victor and
Tetonia as well so we can all try to learn something.
Thanks Randy.
Dan Powers
Dan Powers
Mayor, City of Driggs
POBox48, Driggs ID 83422
208.354.2362
208.354.8522 fax
On 10/26/2012 9:55 AM, Ghezzi, Randy wrote:
> Mayor
>
> I will be there at 10:00 on Wednesday.
> How much time do I have for our discussion and would you like a power point presentation on pavement preservation
and maintenance. Yes I will stay for lunch.
>
>Thank You
> Randy Ghezzi
>
> Sent from my iPhone
Ghezzi, Randy
From: Dan Powers <cidriggs@ida.net>
Sent: Tuesday, November 06, 2012 10:32 AM
To: Nichols, Anne
Cc: Ghezzi, Randy; Jared Gunderson
Subject: Re: FW: Road Supervisor
Anne, Mayor Blad, thanks so much for sending Randy up. I think we all learned a lot about newer pavement
maintenance techniques, and our Public Works department is excited to try some of them out next year.
We were planning to do extensive chip seals, but on Randy' s advice are now are switching to a seal coat. This change
alone will probably save us $100,000 over the next couple of years. We owe you big time!
Dan Powers
Mayor, City of Driggs
Dan Powers
Mayor, City of Driggs
PO Box 48, Driggs ID 83422
208.354.2362
208.354.8522 fax
On 10/26/2012 9:38 AM, Nichols, Anne wrote:
> Good morning Mayor!
> I'm happy to forward this to Randy. Hopefully the snow will melt by
> next week so that you'll have clear roads to talk about.:) Anne
>
>Original Message
> From: Dan Powers [mailto:cidriggs@ida.net]
> Sent: Friday, October 26, 2012 9:22 AM
>To: Nichols, Anne
> Cc: Jared Gunderson
> Subject: Re: FW: Road Supervisor
>
> Morning Anne. I tried to contact Randy at the office this morning but it looks like they're out until Monday. Would
you forward this e-mail to him?
>
> Randy, Wednesday next week works well for us. Let us know what time's best. If you can make it for lunch we' ll buy.
>
> Dan
>
> Dan Powers
> Mayor, City of Driggs
> PO Box 48, Driggs ID 83422
> 208.354.2362
> 208.354.8522 fax
>
> On 10/24/2012 8:15 AM, Nichols, Anne wrote:
Good morning Mayor!
1 will contact Randy Ghezzi and have him call you. It doesn't look
like he is schedul ed for vacati on (according to my cal endar anyway).
Anne Nichols, CAP-OM
Assi stant to the Mayor

City of Pocatello, Idaho


P . O . Box 4169
Pocatello, Idaho 83205-4169
(208) 234.6163
(208) 234.6297 FAX
----- Original Message
From: Dan Powers [mailto:cidriggs@ida.net]
Sent: Tuesday, October 23, 2012 4:41 PM
To: Nichols, Anne
Subject: Re: FW: Road Supervisor

Hi Anne, sorry so slow to get back to you with this. Would Randy have any time next week to come up and talk roads
with us? Like to get it done before they disappear for the winter.

Dan Powers
Mayor, City of Driggs

Dan Powers
Mayor, City of Driggs
PO Box 48, Driggs ID 83422
208. 354. 2362
208.354.8522 fax

On 8/28/2012 8:11 AM, Nichols, Anne wrote:


>Mayor Powers,
>I am sure that Randy would help you with your road plan. Please let us know when works best and we will try to
accommodate you.
>Brian Blad, Mayor
>City of Pocatello
>On Aug 27, 2012, at 11:46 AM, "Nichols, Anne" <anichols@pocatello.us>wrote:
Original Message -----
From: Dan Powers [mailto:cidriggs@ida.net]
Sent: Monday, August 27, 2012 11:30 AM
To: Nichols, Anne
Cc: Jared Gunderson
Subject: Road Supervisor
Hi Mayor Bl ad - 1 want ed to t ake you up on your generous offer to share the expertise of your City' s staff with the
smal l er cities. We' re working to come up with a road maintenance plan, and a l ocal contractor recommended your R oad
Supervisor, R and y Ghezzi, as an excel l ent resource. Any chance we coul d borrow him for an afternoon sometime this
fal l ?
Thanks Brian.
Dan Powers
Mayor, City of Driggs
Dan Powers
Mayor, City of Driggs
PO Box 48, Driggs ID 83422
208.354.2362
208. 354.8522 fax
Ghezzi, Randy
From: Dan Powers <cidriggs@ida.net>
Sent: Friday, Jul y 26, 2013 9:33 AM
To: Nichols, Anne; Ghezzi, Randy
Subject: City of Pocatello proclamation
Attachments: City of Pocatello proclamation.doc
Thanks again.
Dan Powers
Mayor, City of Driggs
POBox48, Dri ggsl D83422
208.354.2362
208.354.8522 fax
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From: rulabelle <rulabelle@aol.com>
Sent: Monday, June 02, 2014 11:04 AM
To: Jay Mazalewski; Robert Heuseveldt; Mayor Johnson
Cc: jacobe@victorcityidaho.org; nateb@victorcityidaho.org; scottg@victorcityidaho.org;
Ghezzi, Randy; Kirkman, Tom; pwdriggs@ida.net; Clay Smith;
phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com
Subject: Re: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Thanks for the teamwork on all of this, guys. I'll be with Pocatello on their own GSB-88 project tomorrow, and
will discuss any final details with them re. Teton Valley in person,
Looking forward to next week! Thanks,
- Rick
From: Jay Mazalewski
Sent: Monday, June 2, 2014 10:27 AM
To: Robert Heuseveldt; Mayor Johnson
Cc: rulabelle@aol.com; jacobe@victorcityidaho.org; nateb@victorcityidaho.org; scottg@victorcityidaho.org;
rghezzi@pocatello.us; tkirkman@pocatello.us; pwdriggs@ida.net; Clay Smith; phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com
Subject: RE: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
That's works for me.
-Jay
Jay Mazalewski , PE
Teton County Engineer
150 Courthouse Dr.
Driggs, ID 83422
208-354-0245
From: Robert Heuseveldt [mailto:roberth@victorcityidaho.com]
Sent: Monday, June 02, 2014 10:09 AM
To: Mayor Johnson
Cc: rulabelle@aol.com; jacobe@victorcityidaho.org; nateb@victorcityidaho.org; scottg@victorcityidaho.org;
rghezzi@pocatello.us; tkirkman@pocatello.us; pwdriggs@ida.net; Jay Mazalewski; Clay Smith;
phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com
Subject: Re: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
That works for me. I wi l l extend it through Wednesday night the eleventh.
Robert Heuseveldt
City of Victor
On Jun 2, 2014, at 8:38 AM, Mayor Johnson <ci dri ggs@i da.net> wrote:
i
Rob, since you've already reserved a room, would you be willing to extend that for the week, and
then we can reckon up after the fact? Does that work for you Jay? We did have a reservation for
the week at Super 8 for the week, but I'll cancel that if you prefer. Let me know.
Hyrum Johnson
Mayor, City of Driggs
PO Box 48, Driggs ID 83422
208.354.2362
208.354.8522 fax
On 5/31/2014 4:19 PM, Robert Heuseveldt wrote:
I actually think that I am going to copy a lot of your notice if that is okay with you. I did
not think about the sprinkl ers or the parking on the roadways.
Robert M. Heuseveldt, P.E., CFM
Adrrt i ni st rat or- Engi neer- Publ i c Works Director
City of Victor
P.O. Box 122- 32 Elm St reet - Vi ct or, ID 83455
Phone: (208) 787-2940 - Fax: (208) 787- 2357 - Cel l : (208) 399- 2155
Email : roberth@vi ctorci tvi daho.com
http://www.victQrcjtvLdahg.cQm
<mime-attachment.jpg>
From: Mayor Johnson fmailto:cidriqqs@ida.net1
Sent: Friday, May 30, 2014 11:50 AM
To: Robert Heuseveldt; rulabelle@aol.com: jacobe@victorcitvidaho.ora:
natebvictorcityidaho.org: scottqgivictorcityidaho.orq: rqhezzi(5)pocatello.us:
tkirkman@pocatello.us: pwdriqqs@ida.net: imaz(5)co.teton.id.us: csmith@co.teton.id.us
Cc: phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com
Subject: Re: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Rob,
My understanding is that the cure time will depend on temperature and humidity,
but that it would be wise to plan on 2-3 hours for cure (before traffic.) Driggs
plans to close the entire streets being fog sealed until it has cured
sufficiently. Residents are being asked to plan on the entire day, from 7am to
5pm, and any cars parked on the street will be towed at owner's
expense. Attached is our flyer for your reference. We will reroute traffic during
that time. Trying to apply single lanes will complicate the application process and
likely make it much longer, not to mention the manpower needed to control
traffic. The obvious exception to this would be high traffic arteries or major
collectors which cannot be easily rerouted.
Hope this helps. Anyone else feel free to jump in here.
Hyrum Johnson
Mayor, City of Driggs
PO Box 48, Driggs ID 83422
208. 354. 2362
208. 354. 8522 fax
On 5/30/2014 9:15 AM, Robert Heuseveldt wrote:
Rick,
As per your email on the 19ih the City of Victor has made reservati ons at
the Cowboy Roadhous e for the night of the 8th and 9th. Do I need to
cancel the night of the 9lh? Also, regarding traffi c control, how will the
oil be appli ed? Wi ll they maintain one lane open or do we need to close
down the s treets ? How long wi ll the appli cati on take and how long
does it take to cure sufficiently to be open to traffi c again? We are
tryi ng to do some public outreach and I will be gone all week next week
so we are tryi ng to tie some of these things down. Pleas e let me know
what you think.
Robert M. Heuseveldt, P.E., CFM
Admi ni s trator- Engi neer- Publi c Works Director
City of Victor
P.O . Box 122- 32 Elm Street- Vi ctor, ID 83455
Phone: ( 20 8) 787- 2940 - Fax: ( 208) 787- 2357 - Cell: ( 20 8) 399- 2155
Emai l: roberth@victorcityidaho.com
http://www.victorcitvidaho.com
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From: rulabelle@aol.com rmailto:rulabelle(5)aol.com1
Sent: Thursday, May 29, 2014 11:02 AM
To: roberth@victorcityidaho.com; 1acobe@victorcitvidaho.orq:
nateb@victorcitvidaho.orq; scottq@victorcitvidaho.orq;
rqhezzi@pocatello.us: tkirkman@pocatello.us: cidriqqs@ida.net:
pwdriqqs@ida.net; jmaz@co.teton.id.us; C5mith@co.teton.id.us
Cc: phil@asphaltsvstemsinc.com
Subject: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Gentlemen,
I hope you're all doing well, and ready for a good summer. Our Teton
Valley GSB-88 work is coming up quickly; accordingly, I thought the
below outline would help clarify details and the plan for everyone
involved.
I'll be on the jobs each day myself, and look forward to working with you
all.
Thank you,
- Rick LaBelle
ASt
www.asphaltsvstemsinc.com
Ph: 208-313-3455
Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
3
Monday. June 9: City of Victor
6,000 gallons, GSB-88 2:1
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at 8 a.m.,
with 7,233 gallons on-board (we'll hold-over 1,233
gallons for Teton County work on June 10)
Where should we stage the transport truck for the
day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of
Victor will arrange lodging & meals for him Sunday
night/Monday
Application rate .09 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx
66,667 sq yds (likely slightly less, allowing for cul-de-
sac & radius overlap).
Target start time of 9am
Tuesday. June 10: Teton County
1,233 gallons, GSB-88 2:1
Oil will be on Pocatello spreader truck (heated), held-
over from day before
County will arrange lodging & meals for Brad Monday
night/Tuesday
Work will be in Packsaddle area
Application rate of .09 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx
13,700 sq yds
Target start time of 10am (this will be a shorter day;
maybe Brad can sneak in some fishing that
afternoon??)
Wednesday, June 11: City of Driggs
6,750 gallons, GSB-88 1:1 + Latex
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at Sam;
where should we stage him for the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of
Driggs will arrange lodging & meals for him Tuesday
night/Wednesday
Application rate of .13 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx
51,923 sq yds (slightly less, allowing for cul-de-sac &
radius overlap)
Target start time of 9am
Thursday, June 12: City of Driqgs
6,750 gallons, GSB-88 1:1 + Latex
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at Sam;
where should we stage him for the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of
Driggs will arrange lodging & meals for him Wedsday
night/Thursday
Application rate of .13 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx
51,923 sq yds (slightly less, allowing for cul-de-sac &
radius overlap)
Target start time of 9am
General:
Pavements to be sealed will need to be swept clean
before treatment, ideally the day before; they also
need to be dry (i.e.: no sprinklers the night
before/morning of).
During morning hours, we'll need to allow 1.5-2hrs for
oil to "cure" (dry) out, before putting traffic back on
it. By Noon & afternoon hours, that time will decrease
to less than 1 hour.
Accordingly: there will need to be some traffic control
& application plan.
It's a good idea to drive the spreader truck operator
(Brad) around immediately before application begins,
so he can formulate an ideal route plan along with
you.
Pray for warm sunshine and a light breeze!
<cidriggs.vcf>
Kirk man, Tom
From: Jay Mazalewski <jmaz@co.teton.id.us>
Sent: Monday, June 02, 2014 10:27 AM
To: Robert Heuseveldt; Mayor Johnson
Cc: rulabelle@aol.com; jacobe@victorcityidaho.org; nateb@victorcityidaho.org;
scottg@victorcityidaho.org; Ghezzi, Randy; Kirkman, Tom; pwdriggs@ida.net; Clay
Smith; phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com
Subject: RE: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
That's works for me.
-Jay
Jay Mazalewski, PE
Teton County Engineer
150 Courthouse Dr.
Driggs, ID 83422
208-354-0245
From: Robert Heuseveldt [mailto:roberth@victorcityidaho.com]
Sent: Monday, June 02, 2014 10:09 AM
To: Mayor Johnson
Cc: rulabelle@aol.com; jacobe@victorcityidaho.org; nateb@victorcityidaho.org; scottg@victorcityidaho.org;
rghezzi@pocatello.us; tkirkman@pocatello.us; pwdriggs@ida.net; Jay Mazalewski; Clay Smith;
phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com
Subject: Re: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
That works for me. I will extend it through Wednesday night the eleventh.
Robert Heuseveldt
City of Victor
On Jun 2, 2014, at 8:38 AM, Mayor Johnson <cidriggs@ida.net> wrote:
Rob, since you've already reserved a room, would you be willing to extend that for the week, and
then we can reckon up after the fact? Does that work for you Jay? We did have a reservation for
the week at Super 8 for the week, but I'll cancel that if you prefer. Let me know.
Hyrum Johnson
Mayor, City of Driggs
PO Box 48, Driggs ID 83422
208.354.2362
208.354.8522 fax
On 5/31/2014 4:19 PM, Robert Heuseveldt wrote:
I actually think that I am going to copy a lot of your notice if that is okay with you. I did
not think about the sprinklers or the parking on the roadways
Robert M. Heuseveldt, P.E., CFM
Admi n i stra tor- En g i n eer- Publi c Work s Di rector
City of Vi ctor
P.O . Box 122- 32 Elm S treet- Vi c tor, I D 83455
P h o n e : ( 2 0 8 ) 787-2940 - F a x : ( 2 0 8 ) 78 7-2 357 - C e l l : (208) 399-2155
Emai l: roberth@vi ctorci tvi dahQ.corn
http: //www.vi ctorci tvi daho.com
<mi me- attachmentjpg>
From: Mayor Johnson rmailto:cidriqqs@ida.net1
Sent: Friday, May 30, 2014 11:50 AM
To: Robert Heuseveldt; rulabelle0iaol.com: iacobe@victorcitvidaho.orq:
nateb@victorcitvidaho.orq; scottq@victorcityidaho.org: rqhezzi(a)pocatello.us:
tkirkmantaipocatello.us: pwdriqgs@ida.net; 1maz@co.teton.id.us: csmith@co.teton.id.us
Cc: phil@asphaltsvstemsinc.com
Subject: Re: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Rob,
My understa nding is tha t the cure time wil l depend on tempera ture a nd humidity,
but tha t it woul d be wise to pl a n on 2-3 hours for cure (before tra ffic.) Driggs
pl a ns to close the entire streets being fog sea l ed until it ha s cured
sufficientl y. Residents a re being a sked to pl a n on the entire da y, from 7a m to
5pm, a nd a ny cars pa rked on the street wil l be towed a t owner's
expense. Attached is our flyer for your reference. We will reroute tra ffic during
tha t time. Trying to a ppl y singl e l a nes wil l compl ica te the a ppl ica tion process a nd
l ikel y ma ke it much l onger, not to mention the ma npower needed to control
tra ffic. The obvious ex ception to this woul d be high tra ffic arteries or ma jor
col l ectors which cannot be ea sil y rerouted.
Hope this hel ps. Anyone el se feel free to jump in here.
Hyrum Johnson
Ma yor, C ity of Driggs
PO Box 48, Driggs ID 8 342 2
2 0 8 . 3 5 4. 2 3 62
2 0 8 . 3 5 4. 8 5 2 2 f a x
On 5/30/2014 9:15 AM, Robert Heusevel dt wrote:
Ri ck,
As per your em a i l on the 19th the Ci ty of Vi ctor has made reserva ti on s at
the Cowboy Roadhouse for the night of the 8lh and 9th. Do I need to
c anc el the night of the 9th? Also, regardi ng traffi c control, how wi ll the
oi l be appli ed? Wi ll they mai ntai n one lane open or do we need to close
down the streets? How long wi ll the appli cati on take and how long
does i t ta k e to cure suffi ci ently to be open to traffi c agai n? We are
tryi ng to do some public outreach and I will be gone all week next week
so we are tryi ng to tie some of these thi ngs down. Please let me know
what you thi nk.
Robert M. HeuseveSdt, P.E., CFM
2
Administrator-Engineer-Public Work s D i rector
City of Victor
P. O . B ox 122-32 Flm S t r eet - Vi ct or , I D 8 3 4 5 5
Phone: ( 2 0 8 } 7 8 7 -2 9 4 0 - T ax : ( 2 0 8 ) 78 7 2 3 5 7 - Cel l : ( 2 0 8 ) 3 9 9 - 2 1 5 5
Email: roberth@victorcityidaho. com
h ttp: / / www. vi ctorci tyi dah Q. com
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From: rulabelle@aol. com rmailto:rulabelle@aol.com]
Sent: Thursday, May 29, 2014 11:02 AM
To: roberth@victorcitvidaho.com; iacobe@victorcitvidaho. orq:
nateb@victorcityidaho.orq; scottq@victorcityidaho.org:
rghezzi(5)pocatello.u5: tkirkman@pocatello. us: cidriqqs(o)ida.net:
pwdriqqs@ida.net: 1maz@co.teton.id.us; csmith@co. teton. id. us
Cc: phil@a5phaltsvstemsinc.com
Subject: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Gentlemen,
I hope you're all doing well, and ready for a good summer. Our Teton
Valley GSB-88 work is coming up quickly; accordingly, I thought the
below outline would help clarify details and the plan for everyone
involved.
I'll be on the jobs each day myself, and look forward to working with you
all.
Thank you,
- Rick LaBelle
ASI
www. asphaltsystemsinc. com
Ph: 208-313-3455
Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Monday. June 9: City of Victor
6,000 gallons, GSB-88 2:1
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at 8 a.m.,
with 7,233 gallons on-board (we'll hold-over 1,233
gallons for Teton County work on June 10)
Where should we stage the transport truck for the
day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of
Victor will arrange lodging & meals for him Sunday
night/Monday
Application rate .09 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx
66,667 sq yds (likely slightly less, allowing for cul-de-
sac & radius overlap).
Target start time of 9am
Tuesday. June 10: Teton County
1,233 gallons, GSB-88 2:1
Oil will be on Pocatello spreader truck (heated), held-
over from day before
County will arrange lodging & meals for Brad Monday
night/Tuesday
Work will be in Packsaddle area
Application rate of .09 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx
13,700 sq yds
Target start time of 10am (this will be a shorter day;
maybe Brad can sneak in some fishing that
afternoon??)
Wednesday. June 11: City of Drigqs
6,750 gallons, GSB-88 1:1 + Latex
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at Sam;
where should we stage him for the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of
Driggs will arrange lodging & meals for him Tuesday
night/Wednesday
Application rate of .13 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx
51,923 sq yds (slightly less, allowing for cul-de-sac &
radius overlap)
Target start time of 9am
Thursday. June 12: City of Driggs
6,750 gallons, GSB-88 1:1 + Latex
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at Sam;
where should we stage him for the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of
Driggs will arrange lodging & meals for him Wedsday
night/Thursday
Application rate of .13 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx
51,923 sq yds (slightly less, allowing for cul-de-sac &
radius overlap)
Target start time of 9am
General:
Pavements to be sealed will need to be swept clean
before treatment, ideally the day before; they also
need to be dry (i.e.: no sprinklers the night
before/morning of).
During morning hours, we'll need to allow 1.5-2hrs for
oil to "cure" (dry) out, before putting traffic back on
it. By Noon & afternoon hours, that time will decrease
to less than 1 hour.
Accordingly: there will need to be some traffic control
& application plan.
It's a good idea to drive the spreader truck operator
(Brad) around immediately before application begins,
so he can formulate an ideal route plan along with
you.
Pray for warm sunshine and a light breeze!
<cidriggs.vcf>
Kirkman, Tom
From: Robert Heuseveldt <roberth@victorcityidaho.com>
Sent: Monday, June 02, 2014 10:09 AM
To: Mayor Johnson
Cc: rulabelle@aol.com; jacobe@victorcityidaho.org; nateb@victorcityidaho.org;
scottg@victorcityidaho.org; Ghezzi, Randy; Kirkman, Tom; pwdriggs@ida.net;
jmaz@co.teton.id.us; csmith@co.teton.id.us; phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com
Subject: Re: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
That works for me. I wi l l extend it through Wednesday night the eleventh.
Robert Heuseveldt
City of Victor
On Jun 2, 2014, at 8:38 AM, Mayor Johnson <ci dri ggs@i da.nct> wrote:
Rob, since you've already reserved a room, would you be willing to extend that for the week, and
then we can reckon up after the fact? Does that work for you Jay? We did have a reservation for
the week at Super 8 for the week, but I'll cancel that if you prefer. Let me know.
Hyrum Johnson
Mayor, Ci ty of Driggs
PO Box 48, Driggs ID 83422
208 . 354 . 2362
208. 354. 8522 f ax
On 5/31/2014 4:19 PM, Robert Heuseveldt wrote:
I actually think that I am going to copy a lot of your notice if that is okay with you. I did
not think about the sprinklers or the parking on the roadways.
Robert M. Heuseveldt, P.E., CFM
Admi ni strator- Engi neer- Publ i c Works Director
City of Victor
P.O. Box 122-32 Elm Street Victor, ID 83455
Phone: ( 208) 7 87 - 2940 - Fax : [ 208] 7 87 - 2357 - Cell: ( 208) 399-2155
Emai l , roberth@victorcityidaho.com
http://www.yjctQrcitvidaho.com
< mime-attachment.jpg>
From: Mayor Johnson [mailto:cidriqqs(a)ida.net1
Sent: Friday, May 30, 2014 11:50 AM
To: Robert Heuseveldt; ruiabelle@aol.com: 1acobe@victQrcitvidaho.orq;
nateb@victorcityidaho.org; 5.cpttg@.yicto_rcityidahg_,prg; rghezzi@pocateHo.U5;
tkirkman(o)pocatello.us: pwdrigqs(g)ida.net: imaz(5)co.teton.id.us: C5mith@co.teton.id.us
Cc: phil@asphaltsv5tem5inc.com
Subject: Re: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Rob,
My understanding is that the cure time wil l depend on temperature and humidity,
but that it would be wise to plan on 2-3 hours for cure (before traffic.) Driggs
plans to close the entire streets being fog sealed until it has cured
sufficiently. Residents are being asked to plan on the entire day, from 7am to
5pm, and any cars parked on the street will be towed at owner's
expense. Attached is our flyer for your reference. We will reroute traffic during
that time. Trying to apply single lanes will complicate the application process and
likely make it much longer, not to mention the manpower needed to control
traffic. The obvious exception to this would be high traffic arteries or major
collectors which cannot be easily rerouted.
Hope this helps. Anyone else feel free to jump in here.
Hyrum Johnson
Mayor, City of Driggs
PO Box 48, Driggs ID 83422
208.354.2362
208.354.8522 fax
On 5/30/2014 9:15 AM, Robert Heuseveldt wrote:
Ri ck,
As per your emai l on the 19lh the City of Vi ctor has made res ervati ons at
the Cowboy Roadhouse for the night of the 8lh and 9th. Do I need to
cancel the night of the 9"? Also, regardi ng traffi c control, how wi ll the
oi l be appli ed? Wi ll they mai ntai n one lane open or do we need to close
down the s treets ? How long will the appli cati on take and how long
does it take to cure suffi ci ently to be open to traffi c agai n? We are
tryi ng to do some public outreach and I will be gone all week next week
so we are trying to tie some of these thi ngs down. Please let me know
what you thi nk.
Robert M. Heuseveldt, P.E., CFM
Administrator-Engineer-Public Work s Di rector
City of Victor
P.O . Box 12 2 3 2 Elm S t reet - Vi c t or, ID 83 4 5 5
Phone: ( 2 0 8) 787 2940 - Fax : |20 8| 7 87 -2 3 5 7 - Cell: ( 2 0 8) 3 99-2 15 5
Email: roberth@vi ctorci tyi claho.com
http; / / _www.vi ctorci tvi daho_.cp_rn
<mime-attachment.jpg>
From: rulabelle@aol.com rmailto:rulabelle@aol.com1
Sent: Thursday, May 29, 2014 11:02 AM
To: roberthigivictorcitvidaho.com: 1 acobe(o)victorcitvidaho.org:
nateb(5)victorcitvidaho.orq: scottgpvictorcitvidaho.org:
rghezzi@pocatello.us: tkirkman(o)pocatello.u5: cidriqqs(o)ida.net:
pwdriggs@ida.net: imaz(aico.teton.id.us; csmithKaco.teton.id.us
Cc: phiKSasphaltsvstemsinc.com
Subject: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Gentlemen,
I hope you're all doing well, and ready for a good summer. Our Teton
Valley GSB-88 work is coming up quickly: accordingly, I thought the
below outline would help clarify details and the plan for everyone
involved.
I'll be on the jobs each day myself, and look forward to working with you
all.
Thank you,
- Rick LaBelle
ASI
www.asphaltsystemsinc.com
Ph: 208-313-3455
Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Monday, June 9: City of Victor
6,000 gallons, GSB-88 2:1
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at 8 a.m.,
with 7,233 gallons on-board (we'll hold-over 1,233
gallons for Teton County work on June 10)
Where should we stage the transport truck for the
day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of
Victor will arrange lodging & meals for him Sunday
night/Monday
Application rate .09 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx
66,667 sq yds (likely slightly less, allowing for cul-de-
sac & radius overlap).
Target start time of 9am
Tuesday. June 10: Teton County
1,233 gallons, GSB-88 2:1
Oil will be on Pocatello spreader truck (heated), held-
over from day before
County will arrange lodging & meals for Brad Monday
night/Tuesday
Work will be in Packsaddle area
Application rate of .09 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx
13,700 sq yds
Target start time of 10am (this will be a shorter day;
maybe Brad can sneak in some fishing that
afternoon??)
Wednesday. June 11: City of Driqqs
6,750 gallons, GSB-88 1:1 + Latex
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at Sam;
where should we stage him for the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of
Driggs will arrange lodging & meals for him Tuesday
night/Wednesday
Application rate of .13 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx
51,923 sq yds (slightly less, allowing for cul-de-sac &
radius overlap)
Target start time of 9am
Thursday, June 12: City of Driggs
6,750 gallons, GSB-88 1:1 + Latex
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at 8am;
where should we stage him for the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of
Driggs will arrange lodging & meals for him Wedsday
night/Thursday
Application rate of .13 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx
51,923 sq yds (slightly less, allowing for cul-de-sac &
radius overlap)
Target start time of 9am
General:
Pavements to be sealed will need to be swept clean
before treatment, ideally the day before; they also
need to be dry (i.e.: no sprinklers the night
before/morning of).
During morning hours, we'll need to allow 1.5-2hrs for
oil to "cure" (dry) out, before putting traffic back on
it. By Noon & afternoon hours, that time will decrease
to less than 1 hour.
Accordingly: there will need to be some traffic control
& application plan.
It's a good idea to drive the spreader truck operator
(Brad) around immediately before application begins,
so he can formulate an ideal route plan along with
you.
4
Kirkman, Tom
From:
Sent:
To:
Cc:
Subject:
Attachments:
Mayor Johnson <cidriggs@ida.net>
Monday, June 02, 2014 9:38 AM
Robert Heuseveldt; rulabelle@aol.com; jacobe@victorcityidaho.org;
nateb@victorcityidaho.org; scottg@victorcityidaho.org; Ghezzi, Randy; Kirkman, Tom;
pwdriggs@ida.net;jmaz@co.teton.id.us; csmith@co.teton.id.us
phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com
Re: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
cidriggs.vcf
Rob, since you've already reserved a room, would you be willing to extend that for the week, and then we can
reckon up after the fact? Does that work for you Jay? We did have a reservation for the week at Super 8 for the
week, but I'll cancel that if you prefer. Let me know.
Hyrum Johnson
Mayor, City of Driggs
PO Box 48, Driggs ID 83422
208.354.2362
208.354.8522 fax
On 5/31/2014 4:19 PM, Robert Heuseveldt wrote:
I actually think that I am going to copy a lot of your notice if that is okay with you.
the sprinklers or the parking on the roadways.
Robert M. Heuseveldt, P.E., CFM
Admi ni strator- E ngi neer Public Works Director
City of Victor
P .O. Box 122- 32 Elm Street- Vi ctor, I D 8345 5
Pho ne- ( 208) 787- 2940 - F ax: ( 208) 787 2357 - C el l : ( 208) 399- 2155
Email: roberth@victorcitvid3ho.com
http://www.victorcitvidaho.cQm
did not think about
From: Mayor Johnson rmailto:cidriqqs@ida.net1
Sent: Friday, May 30, 2014 11:50 AM
To: Robert Heuseveldt; rulabelle(5)aol.com: iacobe@victorcitvidaho.orq: nateb@victorcityidaho.org:
scottq@victorcitvidaho.org: rQhezzi@pocatello.us: tkirkman@pocatello.us; pwdriqqs@ida.net;
jmaz@co.teton.id.us; cs m ith @ co.teton..id..us
Cc: phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com
Subject: Re: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Rob,
My understanding is tiiat the cure time will depend on temperature and humidity, but that it
would be wise to plan on 2-3 hours for cure (before traffic.) Driggs plans to close the entire
streets being fog sealed until it has cured sufficiently. Residents are being asked to plan on the
entire day, from 7am to 5pm, and any cars parked on the street will be towed at owner's
expense. Attached is our flyer for your reference. We will reroute traffic during that
time. Trying to apply single lanes will complicate the application process and likely make it
much longer, not to mention the manpower needed to control traffic. The obvious exception to
this would be high traffic arteries or major collectors which cannot be easily rerouted.
Hope this helps. Anyone else feel free to jump in here.
Hyrum Johnson
Mayor, City of Driggs
PO Box 48, Driggs ID 83422
208.354.2362
208.354.8522 fax
On 5/30/2014 9:15 AM, Robert Heuseveldt wrote:
Ri c k ,
As per your emai l on the 19'" the Ci ty of Vi ctor has made reservati ons at the Cowboy
Roadhouse for the night of the 8th and 9L h. Do I need to c anc el the ni ght of the
9lh? Also, regardi ng traffi c control, how will the oi l be appl i ed? Wi ll they mai ntai n one
lane open or do we need to close down the s t reet s ? How long wi ll the appl i c ati on take
and how long does it take to cure suffi ci ently to be open to traffi c agai n? We are tryi ng
to do some public outreac h and I wi ll be gone all week next week so we are tryi ng to ti e
some of these thi ngs down. P l ease let me know what you thi nk.
Robert M. Heuseveldt, P.E., CFM
Admi ni strator- Engi neer- Publi c Works Di rector
City of Victor
P .O. B ox 122-32 E lm S t reet -Vi ct or, I D 83455
P hone: (208) 787-2940 - F ax: (208) 787-2357 - Cel l : (208) 399-2155
Emai l: n3berth@vi ctorci tvi daho. com
http://www.victQrcit.yjdahg_xo_m
From: rulabelle@aol.com rmailtoiru labelle@aol.com]
Sent: Thursday, May 29, 2014 11:02 AM
To: roberth(5)victorcitvidaho.com: 1acobeO)victorcitvidaho.orq:
natebtavictorcitvidaho.org: scottcKoWictorcitvidaho.org: rghezzitapocatello.us:
tkirkman@pocateHo.us: cidriggsO)ida.net: pwdriggsCg)ida.net: imaz(a)co.teton.id.u5:
csmith(5ico.teton.id.us
Cc: phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com
Subject: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Gentlemen,
I hope you're all doing well, and ready for a good summer. Our Teton Valley GSB-88
work is coming up quickly; accordingly, I thought the below outline would help clarify
details and the plan for everyone involved.
I'll be on the jobs each day myself, and look forward to working with you all.
Thank you,
- Rick LaBelle
AS I
www.asphaltsystemsinc.conn
Ph: 208-313-3455
Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Monday, June 9: City of Victor
6,000 gallons, GSB-88 2:1
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at 8 a.m., with 7,233
gallons on-board (we'll hold-over 1,233 gallons for Teton County
work on June 10)
Where should we stage the transport truck for the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of Victor will arrange
lodging & meals for him Sunday night/Monday
Application rate .09 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx 66,667 sq yds
(likely slightly less, allowing for cul-de-sac & radius overlap).
Target start time of 9am
Tuesday. June 10: Teton County
1,233 gallons, GSB-88 2:1
Oil will be on Pocatello spreader truck (heated), held-over from day
before
County will arrange lodging & meals for Brad Monday
night/Tuesday
Work will be in Packsaddle area
Application rate of .09 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx 13,700 sq yds
Target start time of 10am (this will be a shorter day; maybe Brad
can sneak in some fishing that afternoon??)
Wednesday. June 11: City of Driqqs
6,750 gallons, GSB-88 1:1 + Latex
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at Sam; where should we
stage him for the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of Driggs will
arrange lodging & meals for him Tuesday night/Wednesday
Application rate of .13 gallons/sq/yd -will treat appx 51,923 sq yds
(slightly less, allowing for cul-de-sac & radius overlap)
Target start time of 9am
Thursday. June 12: City of Driqgs
6,750 gallons, GSB-88 1:1 + Latex
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at Sam; where should we
stage him for the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of Driggs will
arrange lodging & meals for him Wedsday night/Thursday
Application rate of .13 gallons/sq/yd -will treat appx 51,923 sq yds
(slightly less, allowing for cul-de-sac & radius overlap)
Target start time of 9am
General:
Pavements to be sealed will need to be swept clean before
treatment, ideally the day before; they also need to be dry (i.e.: no
sprinklers the night before/morning of).
During morning hours, we'll need to allow 1.5-2hrs for oil to "cure"
(dry) out, before putting traffic back on it. By Noon & afternoon
hours, that time will decrease to less than 1 hour.
Accordingly: there will need to be some traffic control & application
plan.
It's a good idea to drive the spreader truck operator (Brad) around
immediately before application begins, so he can formulate an ideal
route plan along with you.
Pray for warm sunshine and a light breeze!
Kirkman, Tom
From: Robert Heuseveldt <roberth@victorcityidaho.com>
Sent: Saturday, May 31, 2014 4:20 PM
To: 'Mayor Johnson'; rulabelle@aol.com; jacobe@victorcityidaho.org;
nateb@victorcityidaho.org; scottg@victorcityidaho.org; Ghezzi, Randy; Kirkman, Tom;
pwdriggs@ida.net; jmaz@co.teton.id.us; csmith@co.teton.id.us
Cc: phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com
Subject: RE: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
I actually think that I am going to copy a lot of your notice if that is okay with you. I did not think about the sprinklers or
the parking on the roadways.
Robert M. Heuseveldt, P.E., CFM
Administrator-Engineer-Public Works Director
City of Victor
P.O. Box 122-32 Elm Street- Vi ctor, ID 83455
Phone: ( 208) 787 2940 - Fax : (208) 787- 235 7 Cell: ( 208) 399-2155
Email: roberth@y11ctoreityjdaho.com
http://www.victorcityidahQ.com
From: Mayor Johnson [mailto:cidriggs@ida.net]
Sent: Friday, May 30, 2014 11:50 AM
To: Robert Heuseveldt; rulabelle@aol.com; jacobe@victorcityidaho.org; nateb@victorcityidaho.org;
scottg@victorcityidaho.org; rghezzi@pocatello.us; tkirkman@pocatello.us; pwdriggs@ida.net; jmaz@co.teton.id.us;
csmith@co.teton.id.us
Cc: phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com
Subject: Re: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Rob,
My understanding is that the cure time will depend on temperature and humidity, but that it would be wise to
plan on 2-3 hours for cure (before traffic.) Driggs plans to close the entire streets being fog sealed until it has
cured sufficiently. Residents are being asked to plan on the entire day, from 7am to 5pm, and any cars parked
on the street will be towed at owner's expense. Attached is our flyer for your reference. We will reroute traffic
during that time. Trying to apply single lanes will complicate the application process and likely make it much
longer, not to mention the manpower needed to control traffic. The obvious exception to this would be high
traffic arteries or major collectors which cannot be easily rerouted.
Hope this helps. Anyone else feel free to jump in here.
Hyrum Johnson
Mayor, City of Driggs
PO Box 48, Driggs ID 83422
208.354.2362
208.354.8522 fax
On 5/30/2014 9:15 AM, Robert Heuseveldt wrote:
Ri ck,
As per your emai l on the 19th the Ci ty of Vi ctor has made res ervati ons at the Cowboy Roadhous e for the
night of the 8t h and 9"'. Do I need to cancel the night of the 9t h? Also, regardi ng t r af f i c control, how wi ll
the oi l be appli ed? Wi ll they mai ntai n one lane open or do we need to close down the s t reet s ? How
long wi ll the appli cati on take and how long does it take to cure suffi ci ently to be open to traffi c
agai n? We are tryi ng to do s ome public outreach and I will be gone all week next week so we are tryi ng
to ti e some of these things down. Please let me know what you thi nk.
Robert M. Heuseveldt, P.E., CFM
Admi ni s trator- Engi neer- Publi c Works Di rector
City of Vi ctor
P.O . Box 122-32 Elm S t r eet - Vi c t or , ID 83455
Phone: ( 2 0 8) 7 87 - 2940 - F ax: ( 20 8) 7 87 - 2 3 5 7 - Cell: ( 20 8) 399 2155
Emai l: roberth@victorcityidaho.com
http: //www.vi ctorci tyi daho.com
oU&v
From: rulabelle@aol.com rmailto:rulabelle@aol.com1
Sent: Thursday, May 29, 2014 11:02 AM
To: roberth(avictorciWidaho.com: jacobe@victorcitvidaho.orQ: nateb@victorcitvidaho.ora:
scottq(o)victorcitvidaho.orq; rqhezzi@pocatello.us: tkirkmantapocatello.us: cidriaascaida.net;
pwdriqqs@ida.net: imaz@co.teton.id.us: csmith@co.teton.id.us
Cc: phiK3iasphaltsvstemsinc.com
Subject: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Gentlemen,
I hope you're all doing well, and ready for a good summer. Our Teton Valley GSB-88 work is coming up
quickly; accordingly, I thought the below outline would help clarify details and the plan for everyone
involved.
I ' l l be on the jobs each day myself, and look forward to working with you all.
Thank you,
- Rick LaBelle
ASI
www.asphaltsystemsinc.com
Ph: 208-313-3455
Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Monday, June 9: City of Victor
6,000 gallons, GSB-88 2:1
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at 8 a.m., with 7,233 gallons on-board
(we'll hold-over 1,233 gallons for Teton County work on June 10)
Where should we stage the transport truck for the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of Victor will arrange lodging &
meals for him Sunday night/Monday
Application rate .09 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx 66,667 sq yds (likely slightly
less, allowing for cul-de-sac & radius overlap).
Target start time of 9am
Tuesday. June 10: Teton County
1,233 gallons, GSB-88 2:1
Oil will be on Pocatello spreader truck (heated), held-over from day before
County will arrange lodging & meals for Brad Monday night/Tuesday
Work will be in Packsaddle area
Application rate of .09 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx 13,700 sq yds
Target start time of 10am (this will be a shorter day; maybe Brad can sneak in
some fishing that afternoon??)
Wednesday. June 11: City of Driggs
6,750 gallons, GSB-88 1:1 + Latex
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at Sam; where should we stage him for
the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of Driggs will arrange lodging &
meals for him Tuesday night/Wednesday
Application rate of .13 gallons/sq/yd-will treat appx 51,923 sq yds (slightly less,
allowing for cul-de-sac & radius overlap)
Target start time of 9am
Thursday, June 12: City of Drigqs
6,750 gallons, GSB-88 1:1+ Latex
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at Sam; where should we stage him for
the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of Driggs will arrange lodging &
meals for him Wedsday night/Thursday
Application rate of .13 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx 51,923 sq yds (slightly less,
allowing for cul-de-sac & radius overlap)
Target start time of 9am
General:
Pavements to be sealed will need to be swept clean before treatment, ideally the
day before; they also need to be dry (i.e.: no sprinklers the night before/morning
of).
During morning hours, we'll need to allow 1.5-2hrs for oil to "cure" (dry) out,
before putting traffic back on it. By Noon & afternoon hours, that time will
decrease to less than 1 hour.
Accordingly: there will need to be some traffic control & application plan.
It's a good idea to drive the spreader truck operator (Brad) around immediately
before application begins, so he can formulate an ideal route plan along with you.
Pray for warm sunshine and a light breeze!
Kirkman, Tom
From: Robert Heuseveldt <roberth@victorcityidaho.com>
Sent: Saturday, May 31, 2014 4:14 PM
To: 'Mayor Johnson'; rulabelle@aol.com; jacobe@victorcityidaho.org;
nateb@victorcityidaho.org; scottg@victorcityidaho.org; Ghezzi, Randy; Kirkman, Tom;
pwdriggs@ida.net;jmaz@co.teton.id.us; csmith@co.teton.id.us
Cc: phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com
Subject: RE: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Thanks Mayor! There are some things in your flyer that I did not think about. It was very helpful.
Robert M. Heuseveldt, P.E., CFM
A dministrator- Engineer- Public Works Director
City of Victor
P.O. Box 122-32 Elm Street-Victor, ID 83455
Phone: ( 208) 7 87 - 2940 - Fax : ( 208} 7 87 2357 - Cell: ( 208) 399- 2155
Emai l: roberth@victorcitvidaho.com
http:/ / ww_w.vjctqrcitvidaho.corn
From: Mayor Johnson [mailto:cidriggs@ida.net]
Sent: Friday, May 30, 2014 11:50 AM
To: Robert Heuseveldt; rulabelle@aol.com; jacobe@victorcityidaho.org; nateb@victorcityidaho.org;
scottg@victorcityidaho.org; rghezzi@pocatello.us; tkirkman@pocatello.us; pwdriggs@ida.net; jmaz@co.teton.id.us;
csmith@co.teton.id.us
Cc: phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com
Subject: Re: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Rob,
My understanding is that the cure time will depend on temperature and humidity, but that it would be wise to
plan on 2-3 hours for cure (before traffic.) Driggs plans to close the entire streets being fog sealed until it has
cured sufficiently. Residents are being asked to plan on the entire day, from 7am to 5pm, and any cars parked
on the street will be towed at owner's expense. Attached is our flyer for your reference. We will reroute traffic
during that time. Trying to apply single lanes will complicate the application process and likely make it much
longer, not to mention the manpower needed to control traffic. The obvious exception to this would be high
traffic arteries or major collectors which cannot be easily rerouted.
Hope this helps. Anyone else feel free to jump in here.
Hyrum Johnson
Mayor, City of Driggs
PO Box 48, Driggs ID 83422
208.354.2362
208.354.8522 fax
On 5/30/2014 9:15 AM, Robert Heuseveldt wrote:
Rick,
As per your emai l on the 19lh the City of Vi ctor has made res ervati ons at the Cowboy Roadhous e for the
night of the 8th and 9th. Do I need to cancel the night of the 9t h ? Als o, regardi ng traffi c control, how wi ll
the oil be appli ed? Wi ll they mai ntai n one lane open or do we need to clos e down the s treets ? How
long wi ll the appli cati on take and how long does it take to cure s uffi ci ently to be open to t raf f i c
agai n? We are tryi ng to do some public outreach and I will be gone all week next week so we are tryi ng
to tie some of thes e thi ngs down. Pleas e let me know what you thi nk.
Robert M. Heuseveldt, P.E., CFM
A dmi nts trator-Engi neer-Publi c Works Di rector
City of Victor
P.O. Box 122 32 Elm Street-Vi ctor, ID 83455
Phone: ( 208) 787 2940 - F ax: ( 208] 787 2 3 5 7 - Cell: ( 208) 399 2155
Emai l: rpberth@vi ctorci tyi daho.com
http://www.vi ctorci tyi d aho.com
From: rulabelle@aol.com F mailto:rulabelle@aol.com1
Sent: Thursday, May 29, 2014 11:02 AM
To: robertn@victorcifridaho.com; iacobe@victorcitvidaho.orq: nateb@victorcitvidaho.orq:
5cottq@victorcitvidaho.orq; rqhezzi@pocatello.u5; tkirkman@pocatello.us: cidriqqs@ida.net:
pwdriQqs@ida.net; imaztoicQ.teton.id.us; csmith@co.teton.id.us
Cc: phil@a5phaltsvstemsinc.com
Subject: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Gentlemen,
I hope you're all doing well, and ready for a good summer. Our Teton Valley GSB-88 work is coming up
quickly; accordingly, I thought the below outline would help clarify details and the plan for everyone
involved.
I'll be on the jobs each day myself, and look forward to working with you all.
Thank you,
- Rick LaBelle
ASI
www.asphaltsvstemsi nc.com
Ph: 208-313-3455
Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
2
Monday, June 9: City of Victor
6,000 gallons, GSB-88 2:1
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at 8 a.m., with 7,233 gallons on-board
(we'll hold-over 1,233 gallons for Teton County work on June 10)
Where should we stage the transport truck for the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of Victor will arrange lodging &
meals for him Sunday night/Monday
Application rate .09 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx 66,667 sq yds (likely slightly
less, allowing for cul-de-sac & radius overlap).
Target start time of 9am
Tuesday. June 10: Teton County
1,233 gallons, GSB-88 2:1
Oil will be on Pocatello spreader truck (heated), held-over from day before
County will arrange lodging & meals for Brad Monday night/Tuesday
Work will be in Packsaddle area
Application rate of .09 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx 13,700 sq yds
Target start time of 10am (this will be a shorter day; maybe Brad can sneak in
some fishing that afternoon??)
Wednesday. June 11: City of Driqgs
6,750 gallons, GSB-88 1:1+ Latex
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at Sam; where should we stage him for
the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of Driggs will arrange lodging &
meals for him Tuesday night/Wednesday
Application rate of .13 gallons/sq/yd-will treat appx 51,923 sq yds (slightly less,
allowing for cul-de-sac & radius overlap)
Target start time of 9am
Thursday, June 12: City of Driggs
6,750 gallons, GSB-88 1:1 + Latex
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at Sam; where should we stage him for
the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of Driggs will arrange lodging &
meals for him Wedsday night/Thursday
Application rate of .13 gallons/sq/yd-will treat appx 51,923 sq yds (slightly less,
allowing for cul-de-sac & radius overlap)
Target start time of 9am
General:
Pavements to be sealed will need to be swept clean before treatment, ideally the
day before; they also need to be dry (i.e.: no sprinklers the night before/morning
of).
During morning hours, we'll need to allow 1.5-2hrs for oil to "cure" (dry) out,
before putting traffic back on it. By Noon & afternoon hours, that time will
decrease to less than 1 hour.
Accordingly: there will need to be some traffic control & application plan.
It's a good idea to drive the spreader truck operator (Brad) around immediately
before application begins, so he can formulate an ideal route plan along with you.
Pray for warm sunshine and a light breeze!
Kirkman, Tom
From:
Sent:
To:
Cc:
Subject:
Attachments:
Mayor Johnson <cidriggs@ida.net>
Friday, May 30, 2014 11:50 AM
Robert Heuseveldt; rulabelle@aol.com; jacobe@victorcityidaho.org;
nateb@victorcityidaho.org; scottg@victorcityidaho.org; Ghezzi, Randy; Kirkman, Tom;
pwdriggs@ida.net;jmaz@co.teton.id.us; csmith@co.teton.id.us
phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com
Re: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
FOG SEAL NOTICE 2014.pdf; cidriggs.vcf
Rob,
My understanding is that the cure time will depend on temperature and humidity, but that it would be wise to
plan on 2-3 hours for cure (before traffic.) Driggs plans to close the entire streets being fog sealed until it has
cured sufficiently. Residents are being asked to plan on the entire day, from 7am to 5pm, and any cars parked
on the street will be towed at owner's expense. Attached is our flyer for your reference. We will reroute traffic
during that time. Trying to apply single lanes will complicate the application process and likely make it much
longer, not to mention the manpower needed to control traffic. The obvious exception to this would be high
traffic arteries or major collectors which cannot be easily rerouted.
Hope this helps. Anyone else feel free to jump in here.
Hyrum Johnson
Mayor, City of Driggs
PO Box 48, Driggs ID 83422
208.354.2362
208.354.8522 fax
On 5/30/2014 9:15 AM, Robert Heuseveldt wrote:
Ri ck,
As per your email on the 19th the City of Victor has made reservations at the Cowboy Roadhouse for the
night of the 8th and 9th. Do I need to cancel the night of the 9th? Also, regarding traffic control, how will
the oil be applied? Will they maintain one lane open or do we need to close down the streets? How
long will the appl i cati on take and how long does it take to cure sufficiently to be open to traffi c
agai n? We are trying to do some public outreach and I will be gone all week next week so we are trying
to tie some of these things down. Please let me know what you think.
Robert M. Heuseveldt, P.E., CFM
Administrator-Engineer-Public Works Director
City of Victor
P.O. Box 122-32 Elm Street- Vi ctor, ID 83455
Phone: ( 208) 787-2940 - Fax: (2.08) 787-2357 - Cell: ( 208) 399-2155
Email: roberth@victorcity|di_aho,c_Qm
http://www.victQrcityidaho.corn
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Sent: Thursday, May 29, 2014 11:02 AM
To: roberth(5ivictorcitvidaho.com; jacobe@victorcityidaho.org; nateb@victQrcitvidaho.orQ:
scottgtavictorcitvidaho.orq: rqhezzi@pocatello.us: tkirkmantaipocatello.us: cidriqgs@ida.net:
pwdriqqs@ida.net; imaz@co.teton.id.us; csmith@co.teton.id.us
Cc: phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com
Subject: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Gentlemen,
I hope you're all doing well, and ready for a good summer. Our Teton Valley GSB-88 work is coming up
quickly; accordingly, I thought the below outline would help clarify details and the plan for everyone
involved.
I'll be on the jobs each day myself, and look forward to working with you all.
Thank you,
- Rick LaBelle
ASI
www.asphaitsvstemsinc.com
Ph: 208-313-3455
Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Monday, June 9: City of Victor
6,000 gallons, GSB-88 2:1
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at 8 a.m., with 7,233 gallons on-board
(we'll hold-over 1,233 gallons for Teton County work on June 10)
Where should we stage the transport truck for the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of Victor will arrange lodging &
meals for him Sunday night/Monday
Application rate .09 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx 66,667 sq yds (likely slightly
less, allowing for cul-de-sac & radius overlap).
Target start time of 9am
Tuesday. June 10: Teton County
1,233 gallons, GSB-88 2:1
Oil will be on Pocatello spreader truck (heated), held-over from day before
County will arrange lodging & meals for Brad Monday night/Tuesday
Work will be in Packsaddle area
Application rate of .09 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx 13,700 sq yds
Target start time of 10am (this will be a shorter day; maybe Brad can sneak in
some fishing that afternoon??)
Wednesday. June 11: City of Driqgs
6,750 gallons, GSB-88 1:1 + Latex
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at Sam; where should we stage him for
the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of Driggs will arrange lodging &
meals for him Tuesday night/Wednesday
Application rate of . 13 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx 51,923 sq yds (slightly less,
allowing for cul-de-sac & radius overlap)
Target start time of 9am
Thursday, June 12: City of Driggs
6,750 gallons, GSB-88 1:1+ Latex
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at Sam; where should we stage him for
the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of Driggs will arrange lodging &
meals for him Wedsday night/Thursday
Application rate of .13 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx 51,923 sq yds (slightly less,
allowing for cul-de-sac & radius overlap)
Target start time of 9am
General:
Pavements to be sealed will need to be swept clean before treatment, ideally the
day before; they also need to be dry (i.e.: no sprinklers the night before/morning
of).
During morning hours, we'll need to allow 1.5-2hrs for oil to "cure" (dry) out,
before putting traffic back on it. By Noon & afternoon hours, that time will
decrease to less than 1 hour.
Accordingly: there will need to be some traffic control & application plan.
It's a good idea to drive the spreader truck operator (Brad) around immediately
before application begins, so he can formulate an ideal route plan along with you.
Pray for warm sunshine and a light breeze!
Kirkman, Tom
From: rulabelle@aol.com
Sent: Friday, May 30, 2014 10:10 AM
To: roberth@victorcityidaho.com; jacobe@victorcityidaho.com; nateb@victorcityidaho.com;
scottg@victorcityidaho.com; Ghezzi, Randy; Kirkman, Tom; cidriggs@ida.net;
pwdriggs@ida.net; jmaz@co.teton.id.us; csmith@co.teton.id.us
Cc: phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com
Subject: Re: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Hi Robert,
Thanks for your email, and the good questions.
1. Lodging for spreader truck driver (Brad): that's great you've arranged 2 nights (Sun. & Mon.) for him there in Victor; I
don't want to say where he should stay each night, so maybe you can communicate re. the 2nd night with Jay at Teton
County and/or Jared at Driggs City. I believe Jared was holding rooms for him on Tues. & Wed. nights in Driggs...but we
may not need Wed. night if all work goes as re-planned now.
2. Traffic control & oil application process: if it's a minimal-traffic road with a viable re-route option, I recommend simply
closing it off to traffic; if not (which is more common), then yes we will shoot/spray half of the road for a long distance...and
once that half is dry, then come back to treat the second half. This way you can leave traffic access with a flagger at each
end. Just be sure to have a good supply of cones.
3. Cure (dry) time: for oil that we apply before appx 10am, we'll need to give it almost 2-hours before opening back up
to traffic; for oil that we apply after appx 10am, that time window becomes much shorter - under an hour by Noon through
late afternoon. Warm temperatures, direct sunlight and a slight breeze speed it up, for sure.
I hope this helps, and please feel free to give me a call with any additional questions. Otherwise, we'll see you there in
Victor at Sam on June 9.
Thanks!
- Rick
Original Message
From: Robert Heuseveldt <roberth@victorcityidaho.com>
To: rulabelle <rulabelle@aol.com>; jacobe <jacobe@victorcityidaho.org>; nateb <nateb@victorcityidaho.org>; scottg
<scottg@victorcityidaho.org>; rghezzi <rghezzi@pocatello.us>; tkirkman <tkirkman@pocatello.us>; cidriggs
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Cc: phil <phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com>
Sent: Fri, May 30, 2014 9:17 am
Subject: RE: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Rick,
As per your email on the 19th the City of Victor has made reservations at the Cowboy Roadhouse for the night
of the 8th and 9th. Do I need to cancel the night of the 9th? Also, regarding traffic control, how will the oil be
applied? Will they maintain one lane open or do we need to close down the streets? How long will the
application take and how long does it take to cure sufficiently to be open to traffic again? We are trying to do
some public outreach and I will be gone all week next week so we are trying to tie some of these things
down. Please let me know what you think.
Robert M. Heuseveldt, P.E., CFM
Administrator-Engineer-Public Works Director
City of Victor
P.O. Box 122-32 Elm Street-Victor, ID 83455
Phone: (208) 787-2940 - Fax: (208) 787-2357 - Cell: (208) 399-2155
Email: roberth@victorcityidaho.com
http://www.victorcityidaho.com
From: rulabelle@aol.com [mailto:rulabelle@aol.com1
Sent: Thursday, May 29, 2014 11:02 AM
To: roberth@victorcityidaho.com: jacobe victorcitvidahQ.org: nateb@victorcityidaho.orQ: 5cottq@victorcityidaho.org:
rqhezzi@pocatello.us; tkirkman@pocatello.us: cidriQqs@ida.net: pwdriqqs@ida.net: imaz@co.teton.id.us:
csmith@co.teton.id.us
Cc: phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com
Subject: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Gentlemen,
I hope you're all doing well, and ready for a good summer. Our Teton Valley GSB-88 work is coming up quickly;
accordingly, I thought the below outline would help clarify details and the plan for everyone involved.
I'll be on the jobs each day myself, and look forward to working with you all.
Thank you,
- Rick LaBelle
ASI
www.asphaltsvstemsinc.com
Ph: 208-313-3455
Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Monday. June 9: City of Victor
6,000 gallons, GSB-88 2:1
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at 8 a.m., with 7,233 gallons on-board (we'll hold-over 1,233 gallons for
Teton County work on June 10)
Where should we stage the transport truck for the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of Victor will arrange lodging & meals for him Sunday
night/Monday
Application rate .09 ga!lons/sq/yd - will treat appx 66,667 sq yds (likely slightly less, allowing for cul-de-sac &
radius overlap).
Target start time of 9am
Tuesday, June 10: Teton County
1,233 gallons, GSB-88 2:1
Oil will be on Pocatello spreader truck (heated), held-over from day before
County will arrange lodging & meals for Brad Monday night/Tuesday
Work will be in Packsaddle area
Application rate of .09 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx 13,700 sq yds
Target start time of 10am (this will be a shorter day; maybe Brad can sneak in some fishing that afternoon??)
Wednesday. June 11: City of Driqqs
6,750 gallons, GSB-88 1:1 + Latex
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at Sam; where should we stage him for the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of Driggs will arrange lodging & meals for him Tuesday
night/Wednesday
Application rate of .13 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx 51,923 sq yds (slightly less, allowing for cul-de-sac & radius
overlap)
Target start time of 9am
Thursday. June 12: City of Drigqs
6,750 gallons, GSB-88 1:1 + Latex
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at Sam; where should we stage him for the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of Driggs will arrange lodging & meals for him Wedsday
night/Thursday
Application rate of .13 gallons/sq/yd-will treat appx 51,923 sq yds (slightly less, allowing for cul-de-sac & radius
overlap)
Target start time of 9am
General:
Pavements to be sealed will need to be swept clean before treatment, ideally the day before; they also need to
be dry (i.e.: no sprinklers the night before/morning of).
During morning hours, we'll need to allow 1.5-2hrs for oil to "cure" (dry) out, before putting traffic back on it. By
Noon & afternoon hours, that time will decrease to less than 1 hour.
Accordingly: there will need to be some traffic control & application plan.
It's a good idea to drive the spreader truck operator (Brad) around immediately before application begins, so he
can formulate an ideal route plan along with you.
Pray for warm sunshine and a light breeze!
Kirk man, Tom
From: Robert Heuseveldt <roberth@victorcityidaho.com>
Sent: Friday, May 30, 2014 9:15 AM
To: rulabelle@aol.com; jacobe@victorcityidaho.org; nateb@victorcityidaho.org;
scottg@victorcityidaho.org; Ghezzi, Randy; Kirkman, Tom; cidriggs@ida.net;
pwdriggs@ida.net;jmaz@co.teton.id.us; csmith@co.teton.id.us
Cc: phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com
Subject: RE: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Rick,
As per your emai l on the 19th the City of Victor has made reservations at the Cowboy Roadhouse for the night of the 8th
and 9th. Do I need to cancel the night of the 9"? Also, regarding traffic control, how will the oil be applied? Will they
maintain one lane open or do we need to close down the streets? How long will the application take and how long does
it take to cure sufficiently to be open to traffic agai n? We are trying to do some public outreach and I will be gone all
week next week so we are trying to tie some of these things down. Please let me know what you think.
Robert M. Heuseveldt, P.E., CFM
Administrator-Engineer-Public Works Director
City of Victor
P.O. Box 122-32 Elm St reet - Vi ct or, ID 83455
Phone: (208] 787 2940 Fax: ( 208) 7 87 - 2357 - Cell: ( 208) 399-2155
Email: roberth@victorcitvidaho.com
http://www.victorcityidaho.com
c-
From: rulabelle@aol.com [mailto:rulabelle@aol.com]
Sent: Thursday, May 29, 2014 11:02 AM
To: roberth@victorcityidaho.com; jacobe@victorcityidaho.org; nateb@victorcityidaho.org; scottg@victorcityidaho.org;
rghezzi@pocatello.us; tkirkman@pocatello.us; cidrlggs@ida.net; pwdriggs@ida.net; jmaz@co.teton,id.us;
csmith@co.teton.id.us
Cc: phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com
Subject: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Gentlemen,
I hope you're all doing well, and ready for a good summer. Our Teton Valley GSB-88 work is coming up quickly;
accordingly, I thought the below outline would help clarify details and the plan for everyone involved.
I'll be on the jobs each day myself, and look forward to working with you all.
Thank you,
- Rick LaBelle
ASI
www.asphaltsystemsinc.com
Ph: 208-313-3455
Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Monday. June 9: City of Victor
6,000 gallons, GSB-88 2:1
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at 8 a.m., with 7,233 gallons on-board (we'll hold-over
1,233 gallons for Teton County work on June 10)
Where should we stage the transport truck for the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of Victor will arrange lodging & meals for him
Sunday night/Monday
Application rate .09 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx 66,667 sq yds (likely slightly less, allowing
for cul-de-sac & radius overlap).
Target start time of 9am
Tuesday. June 10: Teton County
1,233 gallons, GSB-88 2:1
Oil will be on Pocatello spreader truck (heated), held-over from day before
County will arrange lodging & meals for Brad Monday night/Tuesday
Work will be in Packsaddle area
Application rate of .09 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx 13,700 sq yds
Target start time of 10am (this will be a shorter day; maybe Brad can sneak in some fishing
that afternoon??)
Wednesday. June 11: City of Drigqs
6,750 gallons, GSB-88 1:1 + Latex
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at Sam; where should we stage him for the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of Driggs will arrange lodging & meals for him
Tuesday night/Wednesday
Application rate of .13 gallons/so/yd - will treat appx 51,923 sq yds (slightly less, allowing for
cul-de-sac & radius overlap)
Target start time of 9am
Thursday. June 12: City of Driggs
6,750 gallons, GSB-88 1:1 + Latex
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at Sam; where should we stage him for the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of Driggs will arrange lodging & meals for him
Wedsday night/Thursday
Application rate of .13gallons/sq/yd-will treat appx 51,923 sq yds (slightly less, allowing for
cul-de-sac & radius overlap)
Target start time of 9am
General:
Pavements to be sealed will need to be swept clean before treatment, ideally the day before;
they also need to be dry (i.e.: no sprinklers the night before/morning of).
During morning hours, we'll need to allow 1.5-2hrs for oil to "cure" (dry) out, before putting
traffic back on it. By Noon & afternoon hours, that time will decrease to less than 1 hour.
Accordingly: there will need to be some traffic control & application plan.
It's a good idea to drive the spreader truck operator (Brad) around immediately before
application begins, so he can formulate an ideal route plan along with you.
Pray for warm sunshine and a light breeze!
Kirkman, Tom
From: Mayor Johnson <cidriggs@ida.net>
Sent: Thursday, May 29, 2014 1:49 PM
To: rulabetle@aol.com; Ghezzi, Randy; roberth@victorcityidaho.com;
jacobe@victorcityidaho.com; nateb@victorcityidaho.com; scottg@victorcityidaho.com;
Kirkman, Tom; pwdriggs@ida.net; jmaz@co.teton.id.us; csmith@co.teton.id.us
Cc: phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com; Lammers, Brad
Subject: Re: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Attachments: cidriggs.vcf
See responses inline below:
Hyrum Johnson
Mayor, City of Driggs
PO Box 48, Driggs ID 83422
208.354.2362
208.354.8522 fax
On 5/29/2014 12:50 PM, rulabeile@aol.com wrote:
Randy,
Thanks for the quick & thorough reply.
* Great news that you can bring a tanker trailer, effectively eliminating potential demurrage charges from
RnM...thank you;
* Hopefully someone with Victor, Driggs or the County up here can help with a CDL-licensed driver to
move & park the tanker trailer each day;
We have CDL licenses on staff.
* I'll adjust delivery times/days with RnM transports per your comments below;
* Start times: I'm not comfortable with 7am up here in the high country - our morning temps are almost
always too cool at that hour, so any oil shot at 7am wouldn't cure out until the same time as oil shot at
Sam, impacting traffic control too much. We can certainly begin prep work at 7am each day, but I don't
want to shoot oil until Sam at earliest.
Agreed. This also lets commuters get on their way and out of ours before closure.
* Driggs: it would be great if we can move directly from County work on Tuesday 10th (starting at Sam),
and start with City of Driggs by late morning that day; Hyrum & Jared - could that work for you guys? If
so, I would anticipate that we can wrap-up by late afternoon on the Wednesday the 11th.
We will p!an on this. Jared and I will map out the course and have it ready.
* Fishing remark was humor, we'll keep Brad busy...but maybe only 10-12 hour days this year,
compared to the 14-hours he logged each day last year. Creeks & rivers are all raging & muddy now,
anyway {but the scenery is amazing with green valley & snow in the mountains).
Seems we may collectively owe you guys a f i sh i ng trip with the help you been giving us! Let us know wh en
you want to collect and we'll work someth ing out!
Much appreciated. Thanks again,
- Rick
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From: Ghezzi, Randy <rqhezzi@pocatello.us>
To: rulabelle <rulabelle@aoLcom>; roberth <roberth@victorcitvidaho.com>: jacobe
<iacobe@victorcityidaho.org>; nateb <nateb@victorcityidaho.org>; scottg <scottq@victorcitvidaho.ora>:
Kirkman, Tom <tkirkman@pocatello.us>: cidriggs <cidriqqs@ida.net>: pwdriggs <pwdriqqs@ida.net>;
jmaz <imaz@co.teton.id.us>: csmith <csmith@co.teton.id.us>
Cc: phil <phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com>; Lammers, Brad <blammers@pocatello.us>
Sent: Thu, May 29, 2014 12:04 pm
Subject: RE: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
All,
Please see my revisions below. I will also be sending our tanker trailer to use as a nurse tank
for oil. We will need a CDL Driver with a tanker endorsement if possible to help move the truck
and trailer this will free up the hired transport and allow us to work at our own pace.
I have revised the schedule please let us know if there are any concerns.
Randy Ghezzi
From: rulabelle@aol.com rmailto:rulabelle@aol.com1
Sent: Thursday, May 29, 2014 11:02 AM
To: roberth@victorcityidaho.com: iacofae @victorcitvidaho.org; nateb @victorcitvidaho.org:
scottq@victorcityidaho.org; Ghezzi, Randy; Kirkman, Tom; cidriqqs@ida.net: pwdriqgs@ida.net:
imaz@co.teton.id.us: csmith@co.teton.id.us
Cc: phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com
Subject: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Gentlemen,
I hope you're all doing well, and ready for a good summer. Our Teton Valley GSB-88 work is coming up
quickly; accordingly, I thought the below outline would help clarify details and the plan for everyone
involved.
I'll be on the jobs each day myself, and look forward to working with you all.
Thank you,
- Rick LaBelle
ASI
www. asphajts ystem sine, com
Ph: 208-313-3455
Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Monday. June 9: City of Victor
6,000 gallons, GSB-88 2:1
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at 8 a.m., with 7,233 gallons on-board (we'll hold-over
1,233 gallons for Teton County work on June 10)
Where should we stage the transport truck for the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of Victor will arrange lodging & meals for him
Sunday night/Monday
Application rate .09 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx 66,667 sq yds (likely slightly less, allowing for
cul-de-sac & radius overlap).
Target start time of 9am
Tuesday. June 10: Teton County
1,233 gallons, GSB-88 2:1
Oil will be on Pocatello spreader truck (heated), held-over from day before
Please have RnM Transport arrive with a full load by 10:00 a.m.
County will arrange lodging & meals for Brad Monday night/Tuesday
Work will be in Packsaddle area - WHEN WORK IS COMPLETED FOR COUNTY I WOULD
LIKE TO MOVE TO DRIGGS TO BEGIN WORK
Application rate of .09 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx 13,700 sq yds
Target start time of 10am (this will be a shorter day; maybe Brad can sneak in some fishing that
afternoon??) - NO FISHING MOVE TO DRIGGS AND BEGIN WORK
Wednesday. June 11: City of Driqgs
6,750 gallons, GSB-88 1:1+ Latex
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at Sam; where should we stage him for the day? NO
STAGEING REQUIRED HAVE HIM THERE AT 10:00 A.M.
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of Driggs will arrange lodging & meals for him
Tuesday night/Wednesday
Application rate of .13 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx 51,923 sq yds (slightly less, allowing for cul-
de-sac & radius overlap)
Target start time of 9am - CAN WE DO 7:00 A.M.
Thursday. June 12: City of Driggs
6,750 gallons, GSB-88 1:1 + Latex
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at Sam; where should we stage him for the day? - NO
LOAD NEEDED
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of Driggs will arrange lodging & meals for him
Wedsday night/Thursday
Application rate of .13 gallons/sq/yd-will treat appx 51,923 sq yds (slightly less, allowing for cul-
de-sac & radius overlap)
Target start time of 9am - 7:00 A.M.
General:
Pavements to be sealed will need to be swept clean before treatment, ideally the day before;
they also need to be dry (i.e.: no sprinklers the night before/morning of).
During morning hours, we'll need to allow 1.5-2hrs for oil to "cure" (dry) out, before putting traffic
back on it. By Noon & afternoon hours, that time will decrease to less than 1 hour.
Accordingly: there will need to be some traffic control & application plan.
It's a good idea to drive the spreader truck operator (Brad) around immediately before
application begins, so he can formulate an ideal route plan along with you.
Pray for warm sunshine and a light breeze!
Kirkman, Tom
From: rulabelle@aol.com
Sent: Thursday, May 29, 2014 12:51 PM
TO: Ghezzi, Randy; roberth@victorcityidaho.com; jacobe@victorcityidaho.com;
nateb@victorcityidaho.com; scottg@victorcityidaho.com; Kirkman, Tom;
cidriggs@ida.net; pwdriggs@ida.net;jmaz@co.teton.id.us; csmith@co.teton.id.us
Cc: phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com; Lammers, Brad
Subject: Re: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Randy,
Thanks for the quick & thorough reply.
* Great news that you can bring a tanker trailer, effectively eliminating potential demurrage charges from RnM...thank
you;
* Hopefully someone with Victor, Driggs or the County up here can help with a CDL-iicensed driver to move & park the
tanker trailer each day;
* I'll adjust delivery times/days with RnM transports per your comments below;
* Start times: I'm not comfortable with 7am up here in the high country - our morning temps are almost always too cool at
that hour, so any oil shot at 7am wouldn't cure out until the same time as oil shot at Sam, impacting traffic control too
much. We can certainly begin prep work at 7am each day, but I don't want to shoot oil until Sam at earliest.
* Driggs: it would be great if we can move directly from County work on Tuesday 10th (starting at Sam), and start with
City of Driggs by late morning that day; Hyrum & Jared - could that work for you guys? If so, I would anticipate that we
can wrap-up by late afternoon on the Wednesday the 11th.
* Fishing remark was humor, we'll keep Brad busy...but maybe only 10-12 hour days this year, compared to the 14-hours
he logged each day last year. Creeks & rivers are all raging & muddy now, anyway {but the scenery is amazing with
green valley & snow in the mountains).
Much appreciated. Thanks again,
* Rick
Original Message
From: Ghezzi, Randy <rghezzi@pocatello.us>
To: rulabelle <rulabelle@aol.com>; roberth <roberth@victorcityidaho.com>; jacobe <jacobe@victorcityidaho.org>; nateb
<nateb@victorcityidaho.org>; scottg <scottg@victorcityidaho.org>; Kirkman, Tom <tkirkman@pocatello.us>; cidriggs
<cidriggsida.net>; pwdriggs <pwdriggs@ida.net>; jmaz <jmaz@co.teton.id.us>; csmith <csmith@co.teton.id.us>
Cc: phil <phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com>; Lammers, Brad <blammers@pocatello.us>
Sent: Thu, May 29, 2014 12:04 pm
Subject: RE: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
All,
Please see my revisions below. I will also be sending our tanker trailer to use as a nurse tank for oil. We will
need a CDL Driver with a tanker endorsement if possible to help move the truck and trailer this will free up the
hired transport and allow us to work at our own pace.
I have revised the schedule please let us know if tt ere are any concerns.
i
Randy Ghezzi
From: rulabelle@aol.com rmailto:rulabelle@aol.co
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Sent: Thursday, May 29, 2014 11:02 AM
To: roberth @victorcityidaho.com: iacobe@victorci
scottg@victorcityidaho.org; Ghezzi, Randy; Kirkmaiji, Tom; cidriggs@ida.net; pwdriggs@ida.net;
jmaz@co.teton.id.us: csmith@co.teton.id.us
Cc: phil@asphaltsvstemsinc.com
Subject: Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June
Gentlemen,
I hope you're all doing well, and ready for a good summ
accordingly, I thought the below outline would help clari
I'll be on the jobs each day myself, and look forward to v
Thank you,
- Rick LaBelle
ASI
www.asphaltsystemsinc.com
Ph: 208-313-3455
Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Monday. June 9: City of Victor
6,000 gallons, GSB-88 2:1
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at 8 a.
Teton County work on June 10)
Where should we stage the transport truck for
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City
night/Monday
Application rate .09 gallons/sq/yd - will treat ap
radius overlap).
Target start time of 9am
Tuesday. June 10: Teton County
1,233 gallons, GSB-88 2:1
Oil will be on Pocatello spreader truck (heated)
Please have RnM Transport arrive with a fu
County will arrange lodging & meals for Brad
Work will be in Packsaddle area - WHEN WOfltK
DRIGGS TO BEGIN WORK
Application rate of .09 gallons/sq/yd - will treat
Target start time of 10am (this will be a shorter
NO FISHING MOVE TO DRIGGS AND BEGIN
Wednesday. June 11: City of Driqgs
idaho.ora: nateb@victorcitvidaho.org:
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details and the plan for everyone involved.
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Victor will arrange lodging & meals for him Sunday
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held-over from day before
load by 10:00 a.m.
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ppx 13,700 sq yds
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K)RK
6,750 gallons, GSB-88 1:1 + Latex
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at Sam
REQUIRED HAVE HIM THERE AT 10:00 A.M.
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City o
night/Wednesday
Application rate of .13 gallons/sq/yd - will treat
overlap)
Target start time of 9am - CAN WE DO 7:00 A
Thursday. June 12: City of Driqgs
6,750 gallons, GSB-88 1:1 + Latex
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at 8am
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City o
night/Thursday
Application rate of .13 gallons/sq/yd - will treat
overlap)
Target start time of 9am - 7:00 A.M.
General:
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During morning hours, we'll need to allow 1.5-2
Noon & afternoon hours, that time will decrease
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It's a good idea to drive the spreader truck oper
can formulate an ideal route plan along with you
Pray for warm sunshine and a light breeze!
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Driggs will arrange lodging & meals for him Tuesday
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where should we stage him for the day? - NO LOAD NEEDED
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of).
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less than 1 hour.
ntrol & application plan.
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Kirk man, Tom
From:
Sent:
To:
Cc:
Subject:
rulabelle@aol.com
Thursday, May 29, 2014 11:02 AM
roberth@victorcityidaho.com; jacobe@victorcityidaho.org; nateb@victorcityidaho.org;
scottg@victorcityidaho.org; Ghezzi, Randy; Kirkman, Tom; cidriggs@ida.net;
pwdriggs@ida.net;jmaz@co.teton.id.us; csmith@co.teton.id.us
phil@asphaltsystemsinc.com
Teton Valley G5B-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Gentlemen,
I hope you're all doing well, and ready for a good summer. Our Teton Valley GSB-88 work is coming up quickly;
accordingly, I thought the below outline would help clarify details and the plan for everyone involved.
I'll be on the jobs each day myself, and look forward to working with you all.
Thank you,
- Rick LaBelle
AS!
www.asphaltsvsternsinc.com
Ph: 208-313-3455
Teton Valley GSB-88 Week Outline: June 9-12
Monday. June 9: City of Victor
6,000 gallons, GSB-88 2:1
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at 8 a.m., with 7,233 gallons on-board (we'll hold-over
1,233 gallons for Teton County work on June 10)
Where should we stage the transport truck for the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of Victor will arrange lodging & meals for him
Sunday night/Monday
Application rate .09 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx 66,667 sq yds (likely slightly less, allowing
for cul-de-sac & radius overlap).
Target start time of 9am
Tuesday. June 10: Teton County
1,233 gallons, GSB-88 2:1
Oil will be on Pocatello spreader truck (heated), held-over from day before
County will arrange lodging & meals for Brad Monday night/Tuesday
Work will be in Packsaddle area
Application rate of .09 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx 13,700 sq yds
Target start time of 10am (this will be a shorter day; maybe Brad can sneak in some fishing
that afternoon??)
Wednesday. June 11: City of Driqgs
6,750 gallons, GSB-88 1:1 + Latex
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at Sam; where should we stage him for the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of Driggs will arrange lodging & meals for him
Tuesday night/Wednesday
Application rate of .13gallons/sq/yd-will treat appx 51,923 sq yds (slightly less, allowing for
cul-de-sac & radius overlap)
Target start time of 9am
Thursday. June 12: City of Driqqs
6,750 gallons, GSB-88 1:1 + Latex
RnM transport truck scheduled to arrive at Sam; where should we stage him for the day?
City of Pocatello (Brad) will do spreading; City of Driggs will arrange lodging & meals for him
Wedsday night/Thursday
Application rate of .13 gallons/sq/yd - will treat appx 51,923 sq yds (slightly less, allowing for
cul-de-sac & radius overlap)
Target start time of 9am
General:
Pavements to be sealed will need to be swept clean before treatment, ideally the day before;
they also need to be dry (i.e.: no sprinklers the night before/morning of).
During morning hours, we'll need to allow 1.5-2hrs for oil to "cure" (dry) out, before putting
traffic back on it. By Noon & afternoon hours, that time will decrease to less than 1 hour.
Accordingly: there will need to be some traffic control & application plan.
It's a good idea to drive the spreader truck operator (Brad) around immediately before
application begins, so he can formulate an ideal route plan along with you.
Pray for warm sunshine and a light breeze!
Kirkman, Tom
From: rulabelle@aol.com
Sent: Thursday, April 17, 2014 3:02 PM
To: Ghezzi, Randy; Kirkman, Tom
Subject: Re: Driggs work, Yours by date
Hi Randy,
Thanks for the thorough reply, much appreciated.
* I'll let Driggs/Victor/Teton County know that Brad must have his room & board taken care of...same as last year, should
be no problem.
* I'm going to submit an internal P.O. with our plant right now, with all of your June pick-ups detailed out; I'll mark it "Part
A" of your overall order...and will then submit a separate "Part B" order with your July pick-up details once you have that.
* Sunday pick-ups are no problem for us, as long as we let the plant know...so no worries on the June 15 & 22 pick-ups,
I'll submit it that way and we'll be set.
Thanks again for the work, and also the help up here in Driggs area. Let me know if you guys want to come up a couple
of weeks beforehand to check-out the pavements that we'll be treating in Teton Valley, and grab lunch.
Regards,
* Rick LaBelle
ASI
www.asphaltsystemsinc.com
Ph: 208-313-3455
Original Message
From: Ghezzi, Randy <rghezzi@pocatello.us>
To: rulabelle <rulabelle@aol.com>; Kirkman, Tom <tkirkman@pocatel!o.us>
Sent: Wed, Apr 16, 2014 4:28 pm
Subject: RE: Driggs work, Yours by date
Hi Rick,
Sorry for the delayed response. Your schedule works for us.
We need to make sure Brad has MEALS AND ROOM TAKEN CARE OF.
Our schedule is to pick up 2000 gallons on June 2nd at 9:30 a.m.
We would like to pick up 6000 gallons or 25 tons on Sunday June 15lh if possible 9:30 to 10:00 a.m.
Next load would be June 17th same time 9:30 to 10:00 a.m.
Our goal is 2 loads a week. We would be in on the 22nd and 24lh of June.
NO MATERIAL THE WEEK OF JULY 4TH
DEPENDING UPON THE Micro Surface timing we will start the GSB after the Micro is done. We will keep you
posted.
Also if Sunday does not work for your company please let me know also let me know the shelf life of that
material in the trailer.
Regards,
Randy
From: rulabelle@aol.com rmailto:rulabelle@aol.com1
Sent: Friday, April 11, 2014 10:51 AM
To: Ghezzi, Randy; Kirkman, Tom
Subject: Driggs work, Yours by date
Hi Randy & Tom,
I just wanted to give you a quick update on the scheduled GSB-88 work up here in Driggs. They've all agreed to go the
week of June 9...weather permitting, of course.
* City of Victor: they will be starting things off with 6,000 gallons of GSB-88 2:1 (no latex) on Monday, June 9; shooting
at a rate of .09
* City of Driggs: they're taking a total of 13,500 gallons, GSB-88 1:1 + Latex, June 10 & 11...one truck of 6,750 gallons
each day; they want to apply it at an average rate of .13.
*Teton County: they're only committing to 1,500 gallons at this point...so probably just hold-over some oil and do that
work on June 12.
I'm about ready to submit your work-by-date to our plant; let me know you'd like it spread out, and I'll write it up internally
according to that.
Thanks, talk soon...and have a good weekend!
* Rick LaBelle
ASI
www.asphaltsvstemsinc.com
Ph: 208-313-3455
Kirkman, Tom
From: rulabelle@aol.com
Sent: Friday, April 11, 2014 10:51 AM
To: Ghezzi, Randy; Kirkman, Tom
Subject: Driggs work, Yours by date
Hi Randy & Tom,
I just wanted to give you a quick update on the scheduled GSB-88 work up here in Driggs. They've all agreed to go the
week of June 9...weather permitting, of course.
* City of Victor: they will be starting things off with 6,000 gallons of GSB-88 2:1 (no latex) on Monday, June 9; shooting
at a rate of .09
* City of Driggs: they're taking a total of 13,500 gallons, GSB-88 1:1 + Latex, June 10 & 11...one truck of 6,750 gallons
each day; they want to apply it at an average rate of .13.
* Teton County: they're only committing to 1,500 gallons at this point...so probably just hold-over some oil and do that
work on June 12.
I'm about ready to submit your work-by-date to our plant; let me know you'd like it spread out, and I'll write it up internally
according to that.
Thanks, talk soon...and have a good weekend!
* Rick LaBelle
ASI
www.asphalt5vstemsinc.com
Ph: 208-313-3455
From: Ghezzi, Randy [niailto:rghezziiapocatello.us1
Sent: Thursday, May 01, 2014 3:54 PM
To: Kirkman, Tom
Cc: Steve Smart
Subject: City of Chubbuck
Tom
Steve Smart called today and would like to schedule their milling project for May 7,8, or 12th he will contact you once
they have finalized the date and time.
Randy
Kirkman, Tom
From: Steve Smart <ssmart@cityofchubbuck.us>
Sent: Tuesday, May 06, 2014 1:20 PM
To: Kirkman, Tom; Ghezzi, Randy
Cc: Bryan Hall
Subject: RE: City of Chubbuck
Great, thanks much.
Steve
From: Kirkman, Tom [mailto:tkirkman@pocatello.us]
Sent: Tuesday, May 06, 2014 12:03 PM
To: Steve Smart; Ghezzi, Randy
Cc: Bryan Hall
Subject: RE: City of Chubbuck
Steve,
I t al ked with Bryan yesterday and we are still on for Thursday the 8"1
From: Steve Smart [maiit o:ssmart @cit yofchubbuck.us1
Sent: Tuesday, May 06, 2014 11:59 AM
To: Ghezzi, Randy; Kirkman, Tom
Cc: Bryan Hall
Subject: RE: City of Chubbuck
Tom and Randy,
Are you guys still on for Thursday, May 8?
Steve
From: Steve Smart
Sent: Thursday, May 01, 2014 5:26 PM
To: 'Ghezzi, Randy'; Kirkman, Tom
Cc: Bryan Hall
Subject: RE: City of Chubbuck
Randy and Tom,
Bryan and I have set the day as Thursday May 8. From our earlier conversation, that street (1300 ft x 40 ft) could be
done in well less than 1 day. If that is correct, let's shoot for May 8.
Thanks for your help.
Steve
Kirkman, Tom
From: Steve Smart <ssmart@cityofchubbuck.us>
Sent: Thursday, May 01, 2014 5:26 PM
To: Ghezzi, Randy; Kirkman, Tom
Cc: Bryan Hall
Subject: RE: City of Chubbuck
Randy and Tom,
Bryan and I have set the day as Thursday May 8. From our earlier conversation, that street (1300 ft x 40 ft) could be
done in well less than 1 day. If that is correct, let's shoot for May 8.
Thanks for your help.
Steve
From: Ghezzi, Randy [mailto:rghezzi@pocatello.us]
Sent: Thursday, May 01, 2014 3:54 PM
To: Kirkman, Tom
Cc: Steve Smart
Subject: City of Chubbuck
Tom
Steve Smart called today and would like to schedule their milling project for May 7,8, or 12th he will contact you once
they have finalized the date and time.
Randy
Kirkman, Tom
From: Steve Smart <ssmart@dtyofchubbuck.us>
Sent: Tuesday, May 06, 2014 11:59 AM
To: Ghezzi, Randy; Kirkman, Tom
Cc: Bryan Hall
Subject: RE: City of Chubbuck
Tom and Randy,
Are you guys still on for Thursday, May 8?
Steve
From: Steve Smart
Sent: Thursday, May 01, 2014 5:26 PM
To: 'Ghezzi, Randy1; Kirkman, Tom
Cc: Bryan Hall
Subject: RE: City of Chubbuck
Randy and Tom,
Bryan and I have set the day as Thursday May 8. From our earlier conversation, that street (1300 ft x 40 ft) could be
done in well less than 1 day. If that is correct, let's shoot for May 8.
Thanks for your help.
Steve
From: Ghezzi, Randy rmailto:rghezzi@pocatello.us3
Sent: Thursday, May 01, 2014 3:54 PM
To: Kirkman, Tom
Cc: Steve Smart
Subject: City of Chubbuck
Tom
Steve Smart called today and would like to schedule their milling project for May 7,8, or 12th he will contact you once
they have finalized the date and time.
Randy
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AGREEMENT
THIS AGREEMENT, is entered into this g^day of
November, 1989, by and between Bannock County, a political
subdivision of the State of Idaho, and the City of Pocatello, a
municipal corporation of Idaho, pursuant to the authority granted
by Idaho Code, Sections 67-2328 and 67-2332.
WHEREAS, cities receive 50% of the funds derived from a
.02% County levy authorized by I.e. Section 40-801(1) ( a) , and
WHEREAS, such funds can sometimes be unpredictable as
county budgets change from year to year; and
WHEREAS, the County of Bannock and the City of Pocatello
mutually desire to offset such a fluctuation in the 1989/1990
fiscal year by enteringinto a j oint agreement , pursuant to I . C .
Section 40-708 ( 1 ) , to maintain and construct highways which
directly benefit the large number of Bannock County residents who
live within the City;
NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants
and promises herein, the parties hereto agree as follows:
1. The duration for this intergovernmental agreement
shall be from October 1, 1989 through September 30, 1990.
2. The purpose for this intergovernmental agreement is
to share in the costs of maintainingroads within the City of
Pocatello.
3. No separate legal or administrative entity is created
by this agreement.
4. The manner of financing the sharing of costs for
maintenance of roads within the City will be a lump sum
disbursement of $40,000 from the County's Road and Bridge Fund to
the City.
5. This Agreement shall terminate as set forth in
paragraph 1 above.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this
Agreement on the day and year first-above written.
BOARD OF BANNOCK COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
KATSILOME^TES, Chairman
t.
VAL ARVAS, Member
ATTEST
L AR R Y 1 7 . G H AN
Municipal
lCHARD "S . FINLAYSON/VMayor
ATTEST
PETER^B< McDOUGALL, CITY CLERK
STATE OF IDAHO
County of Bannock
ss.
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of November, 1989, before me, the On this
undersigned, a Notary Public in and for the State, personally
appeared TOM KATSILOMETES, CAROLYN MELINE and VAL ARVAS, known to
me to be the members of the Bannock County Board of County
Commissioners, and acknowledged to me that they executed the same.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and
affixed my official seal the day and year in this certificate first
above written.
_ . ,
NOTARY PUBLIC FOR IDAHO
Residing at: flxjfrfe\lo
My Commission Expires:
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STATE OF IDAHO )
) SS.
County of Bannock )
On this _____ day of November, 1989, before me, the
undersigned, a Notary Public in and for the State, personally
appeared RICHARD S. FINLAYSON and PETER B. McDOUGALL, known to me
to be the Mayor and City Clerk, respectively, of the City of
Pocatello, a municipal corporation of Idaho, who executed the
foregoing instrument on behalf of said municipal corporation,a nd
acknowledged to me that such corporation executed the dame.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and
affixed my official seal the day and year in this certification
first above written.
NOTARY PUBLIC FOR IDAHO
Residing in Pocatello
My Commission Expires:
INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT FOR THE
INTERSECTION PROJECT AT HAWTHORNE AND WEST QUINN ROADS
This Intergovernmental Agreement is entered into this f^T day of _OCrJr* w u f
20/| , by and between the City of Pocatello, hereinafter "Pocatello", and the City of
Chubbuck, hereinafter "Chubbuck", both of which are municipal corporations of Idaho,
for the purpose of delineating the benefits and responsibilities of each City pursuant to
that certain Agreement by and between the Idaho Transportation Department, hereinafter
"State", and Pocatcilo, for project development, construction, and inspection costs
associated with the Intersection Project at Hawthorne and West Quinn Roads, hereinafter
"Intersection Project".
WHEREAS, the Bannock Planning Transportation Organization (BPTO)
conducted two traffic counts of the un-signalized intersection of Hawthorne and West
Quinn Roads in July and November, 2011, and based upon the results of those counts,
advises that traffic at the intersection of Hawthorne and West Quinn Roads has exceeded
its design capacity and that the intersection requires significant improvements in order to
meet current and future traffic demand; and
WHEREAS, the BTPO Policy Board has recommended that federal funds
available under the State Agreement be used for street and traffic improvements at the
intersection of Hawthorne and West Quinn Roads; and
WHEREAS, Pocatello has entered into an Agreement with the State under which
Pocatello will receive federal funds for project development for the Intersection Project;
and
WHEREAS, Pocatello has been identified in the Agreement with the State as the
"Sponsor" of the Intersection Project, and as such is required to participate in the cost of
the project pursuant to the terms of said Agreement, and
WHEREAS, agreements between the State and Pocatello for construction, testing,
and inspection services of the Intersection Project will be executed upon the availability
of federal funds; and
WHEREAS, one-fourth of the intersection of Hawthorne Road and West Quinn
Road lies within the city limits of Chubbuck, and three-fourths of the intersection of
Hawthorne Road and West Quinn Road lies within the city limits of Pocatello; and
WHEREAS, the inclusion of the portion of the project located within the
Chubbuck city limits as a result of federal funds provided to Pocatello as the Intersection
Project "Sponsor" requires an intergovernmental agreement between Chubbuck and
Pocatello to memorialize the understanding between the Cities; and
WHEREAS, Pocatello and Chubbuck have agreed upon the terms and conditions
under which the Intersection Project will be completed by one Sponsor for the benefit of
the two Cities;
NOW, THEREFORE, Pocatello and Chubbuck agree that in order to make the
best use of federal funds provided for under that certain Agreement between Pocatello
and the State, which names Pocatello as the "Sponsor" agency, and to accommodate the
BTPO Policy Board recommendation that the intersection of Hawthorne Road and West
Quinn Road be improved, the following guidelines shall dictate the method by which the
construction, testing and inspection of the Intersection Project shall be accomplished.
1. Pocatello and Chubbuck agree to cooperate and work together on the project
design and construction of the Intersection Project.
2. Pocatello, as the project "Sponsor", shall perform engineering services and/or
enter into an agreement with a consulting engineer who shall perform engineering
services, and provide project administration, as required under its Agreement with the
State, for all portions of the project, regardless of the location of the project.
3. With regard to the improvements occurring within the Chubbuck city limits:
A. Chubbuck shall provide Pocatello with those engineering services which are
within Chubbuck's ability to perform, and which may include, but are not limited
to, providing survey control points, providing right-of-way verification and
certification, review of engineering documents, and other associated engineering
services.
B. PocateJlo shall provide Chubbuck with copies of draft reports and submittals
for review, and shall incorporate Chubbuck's comments into reports and design
on the portion of the Intersection Project situated within the Chubbuck city limits.
4. Pursuant to the Agreement between Pocatello and the State, Pocatello is the
designated Sponsor of the project, and as such, is required to participate at a rate of
7.34% of the total project cost, which constitutes Pocatello's match, and is to be provided
in cash and in-kind services,
5. For its share of Pocatello's match referred to in Paragraph 4 above, Chubbuck
agrees to pay one-quarter of the local cost of the project, which shall be paid in cash by
Chubbuck to Pocatello. Chubbuck agrees to pay to Pocatello $5,000 at the time this
Intergovernmental Agreement is signed. Chubbuck further agrees to pay the remainder
of its share of the construction cost, based upon the construction cost estimate, at the time
of the Plans, Specifications and Estimates submitted. A final accounting of the project
cost shall be reviewed by Pocatello and Chubbuck upon completion of the project, and
any balances owed by either city shall be promptly reimbursed to the other.
INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT/ ~ 2 ~
INTERSECTION PROJECT/HAWTHORNE AND WEST QUINN ROADS
6. Any notices which either Pocatello or Chubbuck may desire to serve upon the
other shall be in writing and shall be deemed served when delivered personally or when
deposited in the United States mail with adequate postage to the following addressees:
City of Pocatello
ATTN: Deirdre Castillo, City Engineer
P.O. Box 4169
Pocatello, ID 83205-4169
City of Chubbuck
ATTN; Steven M. Smart, Public Works Director
P.O. Box 5604
Chubbuck, ID 83202-0006
7. Chubbuck and Pocatello agree to defend, indemnify, and hold harmless one
another, their officers, governing board, agents and employees, from any and all claims
for loss or damage to property or injury or death to persons, including costs, expenses and
reasonable attorney's fees, arising from the negligence or wrongful acts or omissions of
the other, its officers, employees, or agents. Each Party shall be liable under the
provisions of this paragraph for such obligations, costs and expenses only to the extent
that such act or omission is caused by said Party, or any of its officers, employees, or
agents and not by the other Party, or any of its officers, agents, or employees.
8. Except as provided otherwise herein, this instrument and any attachments
hereto constitute the entire Agreement between the parties concerning the Intersection
Project at Hawthorne and West Quinn Roads.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be
duly executed as of the day and year first written above.
CITY OF ATELLO CITY OF CHUBBUCK
BRIAN C. BLAfc, Mayor ayor
ATTEST: ATTEST:
Rich Morgan,
INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT/ - 3 -
INTERSECTION PROJECT/HAWTHORNE AND WEST QUINN ROADS
City of Chubbuck
Public Works and Engineering
PO Box 5604
Chubbuck, ID 83202
208-237-2430
208-237-2409 Fax
LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL
Company:
Attn:
Address:
City of Pocatello
Darcy L. Taylor
PO Box 4 169
Pocatello, ID 83205-4169
Hawthorne-Quinn Intersection
Intergovernmental Agreement
WE ARE ENCLOSING:
Copies
1
1
Description
Original Intergovernmental Agreement for the Intersection
West Quinn Roads
Project at Hawthorne and
Check # 1 5511 in the amount of $5,316.20
COMMENTS:
X As Requested
For Your Approval
For Your Use
For Review and Comment
Reviewed As Noted
Other
Thank You,
Steven M. Smart
Public Works Director
Sent By: N. Simmons
Exhibit C
Whitworth, Ruth
From: Parker, Rick
Sent: Tuesday, July 15, 2014 3:02 PM
To: Whitworth, Ruth
Subject: RE: Request for Records - Steven Medellin - due July 25
Ruth,
My department had no correspondence as outlined. Please note that per the City's policy, we only archive our emai l for
30 days.
Rick
From: Whitworth, Ruth
Sent: Monday, July 14, 2014 2:23 PM
To: _Admin.Support; _Dept.Heads
Cc: Diehl, Rich
Subject: Request for Records - Steven Medellin - due July 25
Attached is a request for records from Steven Medellin.
I have highlighted Item No. 5 on the request. Mr. Medellin has requested the following: Dates,
location, and the type of work performed by any and all Pocatello City
Departments since 2010 in the cities of Lava Hot Springs, Inkom,
McCammon, Driggs orTeton County, and American Falls or Power
County as well as any and all other jurisdictions outside the City of
Pocatello.
Please forward any documents you have that meet the outlined description to me by July 25, 2014. I
will put all of the information together and make it available to Mr. Medellin. Please keep track of time
spent retrieving the documents. If your time to access the documents will exceed 2 hours, please let
me know. We can bill for this, but it must be calculated according to what is outlined by Idaho Code.
Please contact me if you have any questions.
Best regards,
.
City Clerk
City of Pocatelio
911 North 7th Avenue
P.O. Box 4169
Pocatello, Idaho 83205
208.234.6217
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Whitworth, Ruth
From: Oborn, Kathy
Sent: Thursday, July 17, 2014 3:02 PM
To: Whitworth, Ruth
Subject: RE: Request for Records - Steven Medellin - due July 25
Hi Ruth,
On May 12, 2012, 1 sent Jim Mariani out for a one-camera shoot of a dance recital in Marsh Valley. Should this be
included in the request? The only documentation I have is our reservation schedule.
Thanks!
Kathy
From: Whitworth, Ruth
Sent: Monday, July 14, 2014 2:23 PM
To: _Admin. Support; _Dept.Heads
Cc: Diehl, Rich
Subject: Request for Records - Steven Medellin - due July 25
Attached is a request for records from Steven Medellin.
I have highlighted Item No. 5 on the request. Mr. Medellin has requested the following: Dates,
location, and the type of work performed by any and all Pocatello City
Departments since 2010 in the cities of Lava Hot Springs, Inkom,
McCammon, Driggs or Teton County, and American Falls or Power
County as well as any and all other jurisdictions outside the City of
Pocatello.
Please forward any documents you have that meet the outlined description to me by July 25, 2014. I
will put all of the information together and make it available to Mr. Medellin. Please keep track of time
spent retrieving the documents. If your time to access the documents will exceed 2 hours, please let
me know. We can bill for this, but it must be calculated according to what is outlined by Idaho Code.
Please contact me if you have any questions.
Best regards,
City Clerk
City of Pocatelio
911 North 7th Avenue
P.O. Box 4169
Pocatello, Idaho 83205
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From: Allen, David
Sent: Thursday, July 17, 2014 4:02 PM
To: Whitworth, Ruth
Cc: Heinz, Kristy
Subject: RE: Request for Records - Steven Medellin - due July 25
Ruth,
We have no applicable documents.
David Allen
Airport Manager
Saturday, August 2
h ttp://if lypocatello.com/2014-skyfest/
From: Whitworth, Ruth
Sent: Monday, July 14, 2014 2:23 PM
To: _Admin.Support; _Dept.Heads
Cc: Diehl, Rich
Subject: Request for Records - Steven Medellin - due July 25
Attached is a request for records from Steven Medellin.
I have highlighted Item No. 5 on the request. Mr. Medellin has requested the following: Dates,
location, and the type of work performed by any and all Pocatello City
Departments since 2010 in the cities of Lava Hot Springs, Inkom,
McCammon, Driggs or Teton County, and American Falls or Power
County as well as any and all other jurisdictions outside the City of
Pocatello.
Please forward any documents you have that meet the outlined description to me by July 25, 2014. I
will put all of the information together and make it available to Mr. Medellin. Please keep track of time
spent retrieving the documents. If your time to access the documents will exceed 2 hours, please let
me know. We can bill for this, but it must be calculated according to what is outlined by Idaho Code.
Please contact me if you have any questions.
Best regards,
.
City Clerk
City of Pocatello
911 North 7th Avenue
P.O. Box 4169
Pocatello, Idaho 83205
208.234.6217
Whitworth, Ruth
From: Herrick, Jon
Sent: Thursday, July 17, 2014 12:56 PM
To: Whitworth, Ruth
Cc: Jaglowski, Michael
Subject: RE: Request for Records - Steven Medellin - due July 25
Attachments: DOC071714.pdf
Ruth,
This is the official answer from WPC to the records request from Mr. Medellin.
We hauled some of their Biosolids to our plant and eventually to our fields due to their ongoing construction project.
They ran out of room in their sludge holding facility and we helped them out. We charged them time and fuel for our
operators and vehicles. We also helped them after construction of their new facility by hauling to them Processed
Activated sludge to seed their new Membrane bioreactor facility and make it operational.
If you have any questions please let me know.
Sincerely,
Jon
From: Whitworth, Ruth
Sent: Monday, July 14, 2014 2:23 PM
To: _Admin.Support; _Dept.Heads
Cc: Diehl, Rich
Subject: Request for Records - Steven Medellin - due July 25
Attached is a request for records from Steven Medellin.
I have highlighted Item No. 5 on the request. Mr. Medellin has requested the following: Dates,
location, and the type of work performed by any and all Pocatello City
Departments since 2010 in the cities of Lava Hot Springs, Inkom,
McCammon, Driggs or Teton County, and American Falls or Power
County as well as any and all other jurisdictions outside the City of
Pocatello.
Please forward any documents you have that meet the outlined description to me by July 25, 2014. I
will put all of the information together and make it available to Mr. Medellin. Please keep track of time
spent retrieving the documents. If your time to access the documents will exceed 2 hours, please let
me know. We can bill for this, but it must be calculated according to what is outlined by Idaho Code.
Please contact me if you have any questions.
Best regards,
City Clerk
City of Pocatello
911 Nort h 7th Avenue
P.O. Box4169
Pocatello, Idaho 83205
208.234.6217
rwhitworth@pocatello.us
Whitworth, Ruth
From: Gates, David
Sent: Wednesday, July 16, 2014 12:50 PM
To: Whitworth, Ruth
Cc: Fire Office Staff
Subject: RE: Request for Records - Steven Medellin - due July 25
Ruth,
We respond outside of the City of Pocatello for EMS response extensively throughout the
county as part of the Bannock County Ambulance District Contract. We also respond to
Hazardous materials incidents throughout the region as part of the State Haz Mat Team by
contract and we have responded to request for assistance as a fire department on several
fires throughout the state both under contract and within mutual aid agreements. This
information is in multiple locations and will take an estimated 4 hours to compile the
information.
With that said I was almost 100% positive this is not information that the individual is looking
for so I called him directly to clarify. He assured me that he was only questioning work
performed by the "street department" as line 1 indicates and despite what line 5 indicates.
I am happy to comply with records request but would prefer to not compile information the
person does not need or what. I suggested to Mr. Medellin that you may want written
confirmation of our conversation.
Please provide guidance on how you would like to proceed.
T>avid, Qates, MBA,
Jire. Chief
Pocatello Fire Department
Office (208) 234-6202
Cell (208)681-9611
Fax (208) 233-4043
dqates@pocatello.us
"The Pocatello Fire Department's mission is to help people.
We are dedicated to preserving l if e and property through prevention and
prof essional , compassionate response"
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From: Whitworth, Ruth
Sent: Monday, July 14, 2014 2:55 PM
To: Gates, David
Subject: RE: Request for Records - Steven Medellin - due July 25
Hi Dave,
If you have this on a spreadsheet that would be great. He has not given me any additional
information to suggest anything more (or less) than I have submitted for review. IF you can provide
this on a CD and eliminate actual paperwork that is a great way to go.
I apologize for the extensive labor I know this may cause departments. As you can see, the Mayor's
office has several listings.
If this will take over 2 hours to provide, it must be done by the person that is paid the lowest wage
(and still able to access) that is in your department. That is what is outlined in Idaho Code.
Let me know if you have any other questions.
Ruth
From: Gates, David
Sent: Monday, July 14, 2014 2:26 PM
To: Whitworth, Ruth
Subject: RE: Request for Records - Steven Medellin - due July 25
Ruth,
When you say all work would you be referring to emergency response to medical and fire
incidents? That could be quite extensive for Lava, Inkom, and Downey.
'David Q, Gates, MBA,
f ire Chief
Pocatello Fire Department
Office (208) 234-6202
Cell (208)681-9611
Fax (208) 233-4043
dgates@pocatello.us
"The Pocatello Fire Department's mission is to help people.
We are dedicated to preserving lif e and property through prevention and
prof essional, compassionate response"
CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: "This electronic message transmission (including any accompanying attachments) from this person is intended solely for the person
or entity for its intended recipient(s) and may contain information that is confidential, privileged, or otherwise protected from disclosure. The information contained
is intended solely for the use of the individual(s), organization(s) or entityfies) named above. If you have received this transmission but are not the intended
recipient, you are hereby notified that any disclosure, copying, distribution or use of the contents of this message is strictly prohibited. If you have received this e-
mail in error, please contact sender immediately by Reply e-mail and delete/destroy the original message and all copies."
Although this e-mail and any attachments are believed to be free of any virus or other defect that might negatively affect any computer system into which it is
received and opened, it is the responsibility of the recipient (o ensure that it is virus free and no responsibility is accepted by the sender for any loss or damage
arising in any way in the event that such a virus or defect exists
From: Whitworth, Ruth
Sent: Monday, July 14, 2014 2:23 PM
To: _Admin.Support; _Dept.Heads
Cc: Diehl, Rich
Subject: Request for Records - Steven Medellin - due July 25
Attached is a request for records from Steven Medellin.
I have highlighted Item No. 5 on the request. Mr. Medellin has requested the following: Dates,
location, and the type of work performed by any and all Pocatello City
Departments since 2010 in the cities of Lava Hot Springs, Inkom,
McCammon, Driggs or Teton County, and American Falls or Power
County as well as any and all other jurisdictions outside the City of
Pocatello.
Please forward any documents you have that meet the outlined description to me by July 25, 2014. I
will put all of the information together and make it available to Mr. Medellin. Please keep track of time
spent retrieving the documents. If your time to access the documents will exceed 2 hours, please let
me know. We can bill for this, but it must be calculated according to what is outlined by Idaho Code.
Please contact me if you have any questions.
Best regards,
City Clerk
City of Pocatello
911 North 7th Avenue
P.O. Box 4169
Pocatello, Idaho 83205
208.234.6217
rwhitworth@pocatello.us
Whitworth, Ruth
From: Neu, Terri
Sent: Tuesday, July 15, 2014 3:39 PM
To: Whitworth, Ruth
Cc: Lewis, Matthew; Crowell, Lonnie; McCullough, Cindy; Quayle, Merril; Gygli, Melanie
Subject: RE: Request for Records - Steven Medellin - due July 25
Ruth, Planning & Development Services has not performed any work outside of City limits since Sept. 2010.
Tern Neu
Assistant Planner
City qfPocateflo
(208)234-6500
From: Whitworth, Ruth
Sent: Monday, July 14, 2014 2:23 PM
To: _Admin. Support; mDept.Heads
Cc: Diehl, Rich
Subject: Request for Records - Steven Medellin - due July 25
Attached is a request for records from Steven Medellin.
I have highlighted Item No. 5 on the request. Mr. Medellin has requested the following: Dates,
location, and the type of work performed by any and all Pocatello City
Departments since 2010 in the cities of Lava Hot Springs, Inkom,
McCammon, Driggs or Teton County, and American Falls or Power
County as well as any and all other jurisdictions outside the City of
Pocatello.
Please forward any documents you have that meet the outlined description to me by July 25, 2014. I
will put all of the information together and make it available to Mr. Medellin. Please keep track of time
spent retrieving the documents. If your time to access the documents will exceed 2 hours, please let
me know. We can bill for this, but it must be calculated according to what is outlined by Idaho Code.
Please contact me if you have any questions.
Best regards,
City Clerk
City of Pocatello
911 North 7th Avenue
P.O. Box 4169
A MUNICIPAL CORPORATION OF IDAHO
ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
911 N. 7th
P.O. Box 4169
Pocatcllo, Idaho 83205-4169
(208) 234-6225 FAX (208) 234-6151
Date: July 15, 2014
To: Ruth Whitworth, City Clerk
From: Deirdre Castillo, P.E., City Engineer
Re: Response to Medellin Public Records Request
Here is a short summary of work performed by Engineering Department staff on projects located
outside of the Pocatello city limits since 2010:
1. Charlotte Fire, June 2010 - Staff performed mapping and printing of GIS maps with aerial
images, parcel lines, addresses, fire boundary, etc. The fire was located in Bannock County near
Mink Creek and the City of Pocatello. The county's plotter went down and we printed maps at
city hall. I believe that we submitted a summary of the number of drawings and staff time to
Finance or Mayor's office with a certain job code.
2. Hawthorne and Quinn Intersection Project, December 2011 to present - City of Pocatello
staff is perfonning project administration, surveying, and engineering review in conjunction with
the City of Chubbuck as this intersection is located in both Chubbuck and Pocatello. The City of
Pocatello is the project sponsor of this federal aid project. Chubbuck is sharing in the cost of the
project as described in the Intergovernmental Agreement for the Intersection Project at
Hawthorne and West Quinn Roads.
Attachments - Intergovernmental Agreement for the Intersection Project at
Hawthorne and West Quinn Roads, proof of payment from City of Chubbuck for
$5,000
3. School Zone Traffic Safety Improvement Project, 2009 through 2012. City of Pocatello staff
performed project administration, surveying, engineering design, and review in conjunction with
the City of Chubbuck. The work was located adjacent to several schools in the Pocatello-
Chubbuck area including Chubbuck Elementary School, Indian Hills School, Wilcox Elementary
School, Hawthorne Middle School, and Idaho State University. The City of Pocatello was the
project sponsor of this federal aid project. Chubbuck shared in the cost of the project and
provided engineering design and plans for the portion of the project located in Chubbuck. The
responsibilities of both municipalities are described in the Intergovernmental Agreement for
School Zone Traffic Safety Improvement Project.
Attachments - Intergovernmental Agreement for School Zone Traffic Safety
Improvement Project, proof of payment/invoice for Chubbuck's portion of
construction cost overruns
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER
City of Chubbuck
Public Works and Engineering
PO Box 5604
Chubbuck, ID 83202
208-237-2430
208-237-2409 Fax
LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL
Company:
Attn:
Address:
City of Pocatello
DarcyL Taylor
PO Box 4 169
Pocatello, ID 83205-4169
Hawthorne-Quinn Intersection
intergovernmental Agreement
WE ARE ENCLOSING:
Copies
1
1
Description
Original intergovernmental Agreement
West Quinn Roads
for the Intersection Project at Hawthorne and
Check # 1 551 1 in the amount of $5,316.20
COMMENTS:
X As Requested
For Your Approval
For Your Use
For Review and Comment
Reviewed As Noted
Other
Thank You,
; Steven M. Smart
Public Works Director
Sent By: N. Simmons
VENDOR #
16650
INV DATE
11/18/2011
11/30/2011
12/07/2012
DESCRIPTION
Crossing Guards
Crossing Guards
Havvthorne/Quinn IGA
TOTAL:
NET AMOUNT
186.00
130.20
5,000.00
5f316.20
INVOICE NUMBER
28906
28949
QUINN INTERGOVERNMEN
ORIGINAL DOCUMENT CONTAINS LINEMARK LINES AS SEEN WHEN HELD UP TO LIGHT
CITYOFCHUBBUCK
GENERAL FUND
5160 YELLOWSTONE P.O. BOX 5604
CHUBBUCK, IDAHO 83202
PAY ***Five Thousand Three Hundred Sixteen and 20/100 Dollars***
CITIZENS COMMUNITY BANK
f= O. Box EQ2B
Pocatollo, ID 83200-2028
CITY OF CHUBBUCK, CHU8BLJCK. "IDAHO-

92-377/1 41
NO. 15511
CHECKNO.
AMOUNT
S*5,3 16.20
DATE
12/13/2011
TO THE
ORDER
OF
CITY OF POCATELU)
FINANCE DEPARTMENT
PO BOX 4169
POCATELLO ID 83205-4169
n' O i 5 5 i Hi1
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INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT FOR THE
INTERSECTION PROJECT AT HAWTHORNE AND WEST QUINN ROADS
This Intergovernmental Agreement is entered into this \^>\y of
20 / / , by and between the City of Pocatello, hereinafter "Pocatello", and the City of
Chubbuck, hereinafter "Chubbuck", both of which are municipal corporations of Idaho,
for the purpose of delineating the benefits and responsibilities of each City pursuant to
that certain Agreement by and between the Idaho Transportation Department, hereinafter
"State", and Pocatello, for project development, construction, and inspection costs
associated with the Intersection Project at Hawthorne and West Quinn Roads, hereinafter
"Intersection Project".
WHEREAS, the Bannock Planning Transportation Organization (BPTO)
conducted two traffic counts of the un-signalized intersection of Hawthorne and West
Quinn Roads in July and November, 201 1 , and based upon the results of those counts,
advises that traffic at the intersection of Hawthorne and West Quinn Roads has exceeded
its design capacity and that the intersection requires significant improvements in order to
meet current and future traffic demand; and
WHEREAS, the BTPO Policy Board has recommended that federal funds
available under the State Agreement be used for street and traffic improvements at the
intersection of Hawthorne and West Quinn Roads; and
WHEREAS, Pocatello has entered into an Agreement with the State under which
Pocatello will receive federal funds for project development for the Intersection Project;
and
WHEREAS, Pocatello has been identified in the Agreement with the State as the
"Sponsor" of the Intersection Project, and as such is required to participate in the cost of
the project pursuant to the terms of said Agreement, and
WHEREAS, agreements between the State and Pocatello for construction, testing,
and inspection services of the Intersection Project will be executed upon the availability
of federal funds; and
WHEREAS, one-fourth of the intersection of Hawthorne Road and West Quinn
Road lies within the city limits of Chubbuck, and three- fourths of the intersection of
Hawthorne Road and West Quinn Road lies within the city limits of Pocatello; and
WHEREAS, the inclusion of the portion of the project located within the
Chubbuck city limits as a result of federal funds provided to Pocatello as the Intersection
Project "Sponsor" requires an intergovernmental agreement between Chubbuck and
Pocatello to memorialize the understanding between the Cities; and
WHEREAS, Pocatello and Chubbuck have agreed upon the terms and conditions
under which the Intersection Project will be completed by one Sponsor for the benefit of
the two Cities;
NOW, THEREFORE, Pocatello and Chubbuck agree that in order to make the
best use of federal funds provided for under that certain Agreement between Pocatello
and the State, which names Pocatello as the "Sponsor" agency, and to accommodate the
BTPO Policy Board recommendation that the intersection of Hawthorne Road and West
Quinn Road be improved, the following guidelines shall dictate the method by which the
construction, testing and inspection of the Intersection Project shall be accomplished.
1. Pocatello and Chubbuck agree to cooperate and work together on the project
design and construction of the Intersection Project.
2. Pocatello, as the project "Sponsor", shall perform engineering services and/or
enter into an agreement with a consulting engineer who shall perform engineering
services, and provide project administration, as required under its Agreement with the
State, for all portions of the project, regardless of the location of the project.
3. With regard to the improvements occurring within the Chubbuck city limits:
A. Chubbuck shall provide Pocatello with those engineering services which are
within Chubbuck's ability to perform, and which may include, but are not limited
to, providing survey control points, providing right-of-way verification and
certification, review of engineering documents, and other associated engineering
services.
B. Pocatello shall provide Chubbuck with copies of draft reports and submittals
for review, and shall incorporate Chubbuck's comments into reports and design
on the portion of the Intersection Project situated within the Chubbuck city limits,
4. Pursuant to the Agreement between Pocatello and the State, Pocatello is the
designated Sponsor of the project, and as such, is required to participate at a rate of
7.34% of the total project cost, which constitutes Pocatello's match, and is to be provided
in cash and in-kind services.
5. For its share of Pocatello's match referred to in Paragraph 4 above, Chubbuck
agrees to pay one-quarter of the local cost of the project, which shall be paid in cash by
Chubbuck to Pocatello. Chubbuck agrees to pay to Pocatello $5,000 at the time this
Intergovernmental Agreement is signed. Chubbuck further agrees to pay the remainder
of its share of the construction cost, based upon the construction cost estimate, at the time
of the Plans, Specifications and Estimates submittal. A final accounting of the project
cost shall be reviewed by Pocatello and Chubbuck upon completion of the project, and
any balances owed by either city shall be promptly reimbursed to the other.
INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT/ ~ 1 -
INTERSECTION PRO.TECT/HAWTHORNE AND WEST QUINN ROADS
6. Any notices which either Pocatello or Chubbuck may desire to serve upon the
other shall be in writing and shall be deemed served when delivered personally or when
deposited in the United States mail with adequate postage to the following addressees:
City of Pocalello
ATTN: Deirdre Castillo, City Engineer
P.O. Box 4169
Pocatello, ID 83205-4 169
City of Chubbuck
ATTN; Steven M. Smart, Public Works Director
P.O.Box 5604
Chubbuck, ID 83202-0006
7. Chubbuck and Pocatello agree to defend, indemnify, and hold harmless one
another, their officers, governing board, agents and employees, from any and all claims
for loss or damage to property or injury or death to persons, including costs, expenses and
reasonable attorney's fees, arising from the negligence or wrongful acts or omissions of
the other, its officers, employees, or agents. Each Party shall be liable under the
provisions of this paragraph for such obligations, costs and expenses only to the extent
that such act or omission is caused by said Party, or any of its officers, employees, or
agents and not by the other Party, or any of its officers, agents, or employees.
8. Except as provided otherwise herein, this instrument and any attachments
hereto constitute the entire Agreement between the parties concerning the Intersection
Project at Hawthorne and West Quinn Roads.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be
duly executed as of the day and year first written above.
CITY OF P,0CATFXLO CITY OF CHUBBUCK
BRIAN C. BLAt), Mayor
A T ^ T I ffit i
/JMJtiA ^ v f L - \JtiA t\MJ
/STEVEN M. ENGLAND^ayor '
ATTEST; ATTEST:
R'trffi\ Whitworth, City Clerk Rich Morgan,
INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT/ ~ 3 ~
INTERSECTION PROTECT/HAWTHORNE AND WEST QUINN ROADS
INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT FOR SCHOOL
ZONE TRAFFIC SAFETY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT
/ $i~
This Intergovernmental Agreement is entered into this j < r day of October,
2009, by and between the City of Pocatello, hereinafter "Pocatello", and the City of
Chubbuck, hereinafter "Chubbuck", both of which are municipal corporations of Idaho,
for the purpose of delineating the benefits and responsibilities of each City pursuant to
that certain Agreement by and between the Local Highway Technical Assistance Council,
hereinafter called "LHTAC," and Pocatello, for a design and construction project to
design and manage the construction and inspection of School Zone Traffic Safety
Improvements.
WHEREAS, in 2004 the Bannock Planning Transportation Organization (BPTO)
conducted a school zone safety study in the Pocatello and Chubbuck area, the outcome of
which included a recommendation that both Pocatello and Chubbuck implement uniform
traffic controls at school zones, including signing, striping, sidewalks, and curb and
gutter, in compliance with the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD);
and
WHEREAS, Pocatello has entered into an Agreement with LHTAC under which
Pocatello will receive federal funds for the design and construction of School Zone
Traffic Safety Improvements; and
WHEREAS, Pocatello has been identified in the Agreement with LHTAC as the
"Sponsor" of the School Zone Traffic Safety Improvements project in the Pocatello and
Chubbuck area, and as such is eligible for monetary reimbursement from the United
States Department of Education for completed improvements; and
WHEREAS, the BPTO Policy Board has recommended that the federal funds
available under the LHTAC Agreement be used for school zone safety improvements at
Chubbuck Elementary School, Indian Hills Elementary School, Wilcox Elementary
School, Hawthorne Middle School, and Idaho State University; and
WHEREAS, the inclusion of Chubbuck Elementary School as one of those
schools to receive school zone safety improvements as a result of federal funds provided
to Pocatello as the "Sponsor" requires an intergovernmental agreement between
Chubbuck and Pocatello to memorialize the understanding between the Cities; and
WHEREAS, Pocatello and Chubbuck have agreed upon the terms and conditions
under which the school zone safety improvements will be made through one Sponsor for
the benefit of the two Cities;
NOW, THEREFORE, Pocatello and Chubbuck agree that in order to make the
best use of federal funds provided for under that certain Agreement between Pocatello
and LHTAC, which names Pocatello as the "Sponsor" agency, and to accommodate the
recommendation of the BTPO in determining which area schools should receive school
zone safety improvements, the following guidelines shall dictate the method by which the
school zone safety improvements shall be accomplished.
1. Pocatello and Chubbuck agree to cooperate and work together on the project
design and construction of the School Zone Traffic Safety Improvement project.
2. Pocatello, as the project "Sponsor", shall perform engineering services and
provide project administration, as required under its agreement with LHTAC, for all
portions of the project, regardless of the location of the project.
3. With regard to the school zone safety improvements occurring within the City
limits of Chubbuck:
A. Chubbuck shall provide Pocatello with those engineering services which are
within Chubbuck's ability to perform, and which may include, but are not limited
to preliminary sketches, providing survey control points, providing right-of-way
verification, review of engineering documents, and other associated engineering
services.
B. Pocatello shall provide Chubbuck with copies of draft reports and submittals
for review, and shall incorporate Chubbuck's comments into reports submitted on
the portion of the project for Chubbuck Elementary School.
4. Pursuant to the Agreement between Pocatello and LHTAC, Pocatello is the
designated Sponsor of the project, and as such, is eligible for monetary reimbursement
through LHTAC.
5. Chubbuck is not eligible for monetary reimbursement from LHTAC, and shall
not receive any compensation for its expenses from Pocatello.
6. Any notices which either Pocatello or Chubbuck may desire to serve upon the
other shall be in writing and shall be deemed served when delivered personally or when
deposited in the United States mail with adequate postage to the following addressees:
City of Pocatello
ATTN: Deirdre Castillo
P.O. Box 4169
Pocatello, ID 83205-4169
City of Chubbuck
ATTN: Steve Smart
P.O. Box 5604
Chubbuck, ID 83202
7. Chubbuck and Pocatello agree to defend, indemnify, and hold harmless one
another, their officers, governing board, agents and employees, from any and all claims
INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT/ -2-
SCHOOL ZONES
for loss or damage to property or injury or death to persons, including costs, expenses and
reasonable attorney's fees, arising from the negligence or wrongful acts or omissions of
the other, its officers, employees, or agents. Each Party shall be liable under the
provisions of this paragraph for such obligations, costs and expenses only to the extent
that such act or omission is caused by said Party, or any of its officers, employees, or
agents and not by the other Party, or any of its officers, agents, or employees.
8. Except as provided otherwise herein, this instrument and any attachments
hereto constitute the entire Agreement between the parties concerning the School Zone
Traffic Safety Improvement Project.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be
duly executed as of the day and year first written above.
CITY OF POCATELLO CITY OF CHUBBUCK
ROGR, W. CHASE, Mayor
ATTEST:
/STEVEN M. ENGL A
ATTEST:
* r^Tv_ * - " * v M^,JL - ' - * * * - ^ \ y L ^~ TTA_/_
Rhonda L . Johnson, Cits/ Clerk Ron Conlin, City Clerk
INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT/
SCHOOL ZONES
-3-
lasonides, Tami
From: Bergendorf, Debbie
Sent: Tuesday, July 10, 2012 4:01 PM
To: lasonides, Tami
Subject: RE: CHUBBUCK
/ talked to <Dave aBout it and he said it does Belong in fund070, so I created a charge code for it. It is code
<E(f002. 'Which isfederaC aid projects reimbursements.
From: lasonides, Tami
Sent: Tuesday, July 10, 2012 3:31 PM
To: Bergendorf, Debbie
Subject: RE: CHUBBUCK
I'm sorry I wasn't clear.
From: Bergendorf, Debbie
Sent: Tuesday, July 10, 2012 3:30 PM
To: lasonides, Tami
Subject: RE: CHUBBUCK
. Sorry. (Tfien I witt create a new one
From: lasonides, Tami
Sent: Tuesday, July 10, 2012 3:30 PM
To: Bergendorf, Debbie
Subject: RE: CHUBBUCK
No, this invoice is for the school zone project and I know there are one or maybe two for LHTAC (maybe EGO014), but
not sure about for Chubbuck.
From: Bergendorf, Debbie
Sent: Tuesday, July 10, 2012 3:28 PM
To: lasonides, Tami
Subject: RE: CHUBBUCK
it is. Is that -what you -wanted?
From: lasonides, Tami
Sent: Tuesday, July 10, 2012 3:08 PM
To: Bergendorf, Debbie
Subject: RE: CHUBBUCK
EgOOl is for Cheyenne.... Isn't it?
CITY OF POCATELLO
(INVOICE DATE INVOICE NO. INVOICE AMOUNT
POCATELLO, IDAHO 83205-4169
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INVOICE DATE INVOICE NO. INVOICE AMOUNT
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VENDOR'S NAME PAYMENT DATE CHECK NO. REMITTANCE TOTAL
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06/30/2012 7066539 ******3l,658.13
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855. N. Yellowstone Ave.
Pocatello, ID 83201
PAY TO THE ORDER OF
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CITY OF POCATELLO
TREASURER'S OFFICE
911 North 7th P.O. BOX 4169
Pocatello, ID 83205-4169
DATE
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CHECK NO. PAYAMOUNT
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TO:
L H T A C
LOCAL HHY TECHNICAL ASSIST CNC
3314 GRACE STREET
BOISE ID 83703*5836
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L H T A C
Local Highway Technical
Assistance Council
3330 W. Grace Street, Boise, Idaho 83703
(208) 344-0565 FAX (208) 344-0789
1-800-259-6841 -www.lhtac.org
Chairman
Mac Pooler
Vice Chairman
Dan Schaeffer
Secretary/Treasurer
Lance Holmstrom, M.U.P.
Local Highway Administrator
May 24, 2012
Ms. Deirdre Castillo
City of Pocatello
PO Box 4169
Pocatello, Idaho 83205-4169
RE: GU09504, School Zone Traffic Safety Improvement Project
Following our last phone conversation, I have reviewed the construction administration costs and have prepared the following
information concerning the project cost overruns against the agreed limit in the State & Local Agreement of $755,160.00:
Project Development - Budget Amount:
City of Pocatello costs -
LH TAC Design Assist. -
NET SAV INGS-
$76,000.00
$36,652.67
$10.840.67
$28,506.66
$84,150.00
$20,711.77
$19,193-09
$87,606.29
1 2.424.55
<$45,785.70>
$595,010.00
1609,389.09
<$ 14,379.09>
Construction Engr & Insp - Budget Amount:
City of Pocatello costs -
LHTAC Construction Assist. -
Keller (CEI costs) -
HMH Engr. (IA costs) -
NET OVERRUN -
3. Construction - Budget Amount:
Knife River -
NET OV ERRUN-
4. Total Project Overrun -
After reviewing Keller's project diaries and costs, I noted that the amount of work Knife River performed in the first 10weeks caused
the inspection hours to more than double what we had originally estimated. You can see by the attached Keller Labor Summary that
their original contract was completely expended by 8/31/2011. Reviewing the City of Pocatello's billings, it appears that the majority
of your costs occurred after the end of August 2011through the first week of October 2011. The diaries support this work as it
appears Knife River was working hard to complete the irrigation and landscaping.
In summary, I don't see how we could have avoided the over expenditure as both the Keller and City inspectors were working
together to wrap up the project. Total inspection costs from 9/1/2011through 10/31/2011were Keller ($16,295) and City of
Pocatello ($17,358), or roughly $33,600. This is approximately the amount you are over the State & Local Agreement amount.
Because the Governor's Discretionary Funds have been completely expended on other projects, we are not able to cover these cost
overruns. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or need further documentation to remit the final amount owed
of $31,658.13.
Council Members
Idaho Association of Counties
Commissioner Lan Smith
Gem County
Commissioner Don Ebert
Clearwater County
Commissioner Lee Staker
Bonneville County
Association of Idaho Cfries
Mayor Mac Pooler
City of Kellogg
City Council Member Randall Prescott
City of Soda Springs
Mayor Kevin Pooie
City of Lewis ton
Idaho Association of Highway Districts
Commissioner Dan Schaeffer
Hillsdale Highway District
Commissioner Clark Kauffman
Filer Highway District
Commissioner Lawrence (Dick) Edinger
East Side Highway District
Ex-Officio Members
Stuart Davis. Executive Director
Idaho Association of Highway Districts
Tony Poinclli. Deputy Director
Idaho Association of Counties
Ken Harward, Executive Director
Association of Idaho Cities
L H T A C
Local Hignway 1 ecnmcai
Assistance Council
3330 W. Grace Street, Boise, Idaho 83703
(208) 344-0565 FAX (208) 344-0789
1-800-259-6841 - www.lhtac.org
Chairman
Mac Pooler
Vice Chairman
Dan Schaeffer
Secretary/Treasurer
Lance Holmstrom, M.U.P.
Local Highway Administrator
Respectfully,
DATE
Todd Bartolome, PE
LHTAC Construction Engineer
Project File: GU09504 Correspondence
Deputy Director: J.Miles
rnn 426
ACCOUNT #
PROJECT #
AMOUNT $
APPROVED BY.
GROUP/
TRANS#
Council Members
Idaho Association of Counties
Commissioner Lan Smith
Gem County
Commissioner Don Ebert
Clearwater County
Commissioner Lee Staker
Bonneville County
Association of Idaho Cities
Mayor Mac Pooler
City of Kellogg
City Council Member Randall Prescott
City of Soda Springs
Mayor Kevin Poole
City of Lewiston
Idaho Association of Highway Districts
Commissioner Dan Schaeffer
Hillsdale Highway District
Commissioner Clark Kauffman
Filer Highway District
Commissioner Lawrence (Dick) Edinger
East Side Highway District
Ex-Officio Members
Stuart Davis, Executive Director
Idaho Association of Highway Districts
Tony Poinelli, Deputy Director
Idaho Association of Counties
Ken Harward. Executive Director
Association of Idaho Cities
GU09504 Budget vs Actual
| Budget | Actual | Difference
Project Development 76,000.00
City of Pocatello 36,652.67
LHTAC Design Asst. 10,840.67
28,506.66
Constr Engineering 84,150.00
City of Pocatello 20,711.77
LHTAC Constr. Asst. 19,193.09
Keller (CEI) 87,606.29
HMH (IA) 2,424.55
(45,785.70)
Construction 595,010.00 609,389.09 (14,379.09)
TOTAL 755,160.00 786,818,13 (31,658.13)
Keller estimates
Invoice #1
Invoice #2
Invoice #3
Invoice #4
Precon
Work starts
Final Insp.
Work Compl.
5/9/201 1 thru
7/1/2011 thru
9/1/2011 thru
10/1/2011 thru
5/16/2011
6/20/201 1
10/4/2011
10/6/2011
[Budget Hours
6/30/201 1
8/31/2011
9/30/201 1
11/10/2011
Actual Hours
8.0 128.0 328.0 212.0 183.0
Principal ConstrEngr Lead Insp Tech Rec. Insp
72.0 38.5 159.0 4.0
2.5 15.0 246.0 341.5 9.5
0.5 2.0 59,0 140.0 10.5
1.0 9.5 14.0 86.5 8.5
4.0 98.5 357.5 727.0 32.5
\. Amt
$ 20,416.41
S 42,735.98 S 63,152.39
S 16,294.49 S 79,446.88
S 8,159.42 S 87,606.30
S 87,606.30
lasonides, Tami
From: Castillo, Deirdre
Sent: Monday, June 11, 2012 10:39 AM
To: lasonides, Tami
Cc: Evans, Gary; Swindell, Dave
Subject: FW: GU09504 School Zone Improvements - expenditure recap
Tami-Can you please send Chubbuck/Steve Smart an invoice for $10,400 for the School Zone Project (fund 70)? Thx. D
Deirdre Castillo, City Engineer
City of Pocatello
(208) 234-6587
From: Steve Smart rmailto:ssmart@citvofchubbuck.u5l
Sent: Monday, June 11, 2012 10:37 AM
To: Castillo, Deirdre
Subject: RE: GU09504 School Zone Improvements - expenditure recap
No problem. Just get me an invoice.
Thanks,
Steve
From: Castillo, Deirdre rmailto:dcastillo@pocatello.us]
Sent: Monday, June 11, 2012 10:09 AM
To: Steve Smart
Cc: Evans, Gary
Subject: RE: GU09504 School Zone Improvements - expenditure recap
Yeah, we first looked at that and it was difficult. Flagging to Chubbuck, dry well to Pocatello, driveway to Chubbuck,
asphalt to Pocatello, and then the directed landscaping was a lump sum. Besides, the construction overrun was not
significant. We could have Keller break out their hours if you want.
Deirdre Castillo, City Engineer
City of Pocatello
(208) 234-6587
From: Steve Smart [mailto:ssmart@cityofchubbuck.us]
Sent: Monday, June 11, 2012 10:06 AM
To: Castillo, Deirdre
Subject: RE: GU09504 School Zone Improvements - expenditure recap
Deirdre,
I am ok with it. I think the only other way would be to assign the construction cost over-runs to the individual projects
and split up the Keller bill 1/3-2/3. I suspect it will all wash out to this 1/3-2/3 split anyway.
Thanks,
Steve
From: Castillo, Deirdre rmailto:dcastillo(j5)pocatello.us1
Sent: Monday, June 11, 2012 9:48 AM
To: Steve Smart
Cc: Hvans, Gary
Subject: FW: GU09504 School Zone Improvements - expenditure recap
Steve-Attached is the final invoice from LHTAC. They are asking Pocatello for $31,658.13. Construction ran over by
$8,351.84 and Keller C&EI by $23,306.29. LHTAC didn't inform us of the Keller increase and sent them a supplemental to
the City-Keller agreement without our permission; however, after talking it over with Dave Swindell, we decided that it's
best to pay the bill rather than risk bad feelings. Todd Bartolome with LHTAC already knows that I am upset with their
management and he assures me that it won't happen again. If we were presented with a supplemental agreement
during construction, we probably would have approved it as we are required to have a qualified C&EI inspector on site,
but we would have cut something out of construction. I can think of about $10k that we would have cut.
Anyways, Gary and I sat down and divided up the bid item cost for Pocatello versus Chubbuck and came up with 67%
Pocatello versus 33% Chubbuck. This doesn't take into account change orders or the actual amount of time Keller spent
at each site. But if you are happy with the 67-33 split, then Chubbuck's share of the overrun is $10,400. Is that okay
with you? If so, we can send Chubbuck an invoice. Or, if you can think of a better way to split up the overrun, that's fine
with me.
Let me know. Thanks. D
Deirdre Castillo, City Engineer
City of Pocatello
(208) 234-6587
From: Todd Bartolome [mai!to:TBartolome(5)lhtac.org]
Sent: Monday, June 04, 2012 2:33 PM
To: Castillo, Deirdre
Cc: Jeff Miles
Subject: GU09504 School Zone Improvements - expenditure recap
Deirdre,
Please review the attached expenditure recap on the School Zone Improvements. It looks like most the inspection
overruns came in at the end of the project when both the City and Keller were on-site.
Let me know if you have any questions.
Thank you,
Todd Bartolome, PE
LHTAC Construction Engineering Manager
Local Highway Technical Assistance Council
3330 Grace Street, Boise, ID 83703
0.208.344.0565,
F.208.344.0789
C.208.819.0807
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From: Davis, Merlynn
Sent: Friday, July 25, 2014 9:50 AM
To: Whitworth, Ruth; Diehl, Rich
Subject: FW: Request for Records - Steven Medellin - due July 25
Attachments: Medellin Records Request.pdf; ATT00001.htm; image001.gif; ATT00002.htm
Ruth,
As for the Police side of things. I am not sure what we would have to provide to this request. Concerning
taking 911 calls and dispatching fire/ambulance for Inkom, Lava, Bannock County...This is part of our Mutual
Aide Agreement and Bannock County 911 Funding pays for the majority of this. As law enforcement goes, if
we have an officer involved shooting, we have an outside agency investigate as we would investigate for them.
This again is part of the Mutual Aide Agreement.
We do not bill or receive payment for any of these services.
Let me know if there is something I need to provide.
Thanks
Merlynn Davis
From: Marchand, Scott
Sent: Monday, July 14, 2014 3:53 PM
To: Felsman, Terry; Davis, Merlynn; Monroe, Donna
Subject: Fwd: Request for Records - Steven Medellin - due July 25
FYI
Sent from my iPhone
Begin forwarded message:
From: "Whitworth, Ruth" <rwhitworth(a)/pocatello.us>
To: "_Admin.Support" <Admin.Support@pocatello.us>, "_Dept.Heads"
<Dept.Heads@pocatello.us>
Cc: "Diehl, Rich" <rdiehl@pocatello.us>
Subject: Request for Records - Steven Medellin - due July 25
Attached is a request for records from Steven Medellin.
I have highlighted Item No. 5 on the request. Mr. Medellin has requested the following: Dates,
location, and the type of work performed by any and all Pocatello City Departments since 2010
in the cities of Lava Hot Springs, Inkom, McCammon, Driggs or Teton County, and American
Falls or Power County as well as any and all other jurisdictions outside the City of Pocatello.
Please forward any documents you have that meet the outlined description to me by July 25,
2014. I will put all of the information together and make it available to Mr. Medellin. Please
keep track of time spent retrieving the documents. If your time to access the documents will
i
exceed 2 hours, please let me know. We can bill for this, but it must be calculated according to
what is outlined by Idaho Code.
Please contact me if you have any questions.
Best regards,
Ruth E. Whitworth, CMC
City Clerk
City of Pocatello
911 North 7th Avenue
P.O. Box 4169
Pocatello, Idaho 83205
208.234.6217
rwhitworth@pocatello. us
Whitworth, Ruth
From: Sanger, Hannah
Sent: Thursday, July 24, 2014 4:54 PM
To: Whitworth, Ruth
Cc: Castillo, Deirdre; Jaglowski, Michael
Subject: Medellin Records Request
Attachments: DOC012814.pdf
Since 2010, the Science and Environment has done a limited amount work outside of the City of Pocatello. All of this
work is for the Pocatello Urbanized Area' s federal NPDES MS4 (stormwater) permit, of which the City is the permit
manager.
Our work primarily consists of training our copermittees staff (Bannock County, Idaho Transportation
Department District 5, ISU, and City of Chubbuck) and occasionally working with them to inspect a stormwater
issue. This collaboration is outlined in a Memorandum of Agreement and is done to fulfill the requirements of
our federal stormwater permit. I do not have dates/times for any of this work.
Pending work... Ruth in case this doesn't come up in your search of Mayor communications:
This past winter I forwarded a letter to the Idaho Parks and Rec Board from the Mayor committing the City to
providing time and equipment (hauling road base) to assist the US Forest Service (USFS) with the Gibson Jack
trailhead relocation (tentatively this fall). I do not know the status of City MOUs with the USFS. I do know that
we have one related to our water intakes at Gibson Jack and Mink Creek. See attached letter,
Hannah
Hannah Sanger
Science & Environment Division Manager
City of Pocatello
office: (208) 234-6518 celt: (208) 705-6360
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Whitworth, Ruth
From: Smith, Kim
Sent: Monday, July 14, 2014 3:23 PM
To: Whitworth, Ruth
Subject: RE: Request for Records - Steven Medellin - due July 25
Ruth,
In response to your request, on July 9, 2012 I conducted an investigation into a personnel matter at the Road and Bridge
Department of Caribou County. The investigation was done at the request of the Caribou County Commissioners after
they consulted with ICRMP. While 1 have a copy of the investigative report I provided to Caribou County, it is exempt
from disclosure as it describes a personnel issue.
Kim
Kim G. Smith, MA, SPHR, IPMA-CP
Director of Human Resources
City of Pocatello
Pocatello, Idaho
Phone: 208.234.6172
FAX: 208.234.6572
Email: ksmith@pocatello.us
From: Whitworth, Ruth
Sent: Monday, July 14, 2014 2:23 PM
To: J\dmin.Support; _DeptHeads
Cc: Diehl, Rich
Subject: Request for Records - Steven Medellin - due July 25
Attached is a request for records from Steven Medellin.
I have highlighted Item No. 5 on the request. Mr. Medellin has requested the following: Dates,
location, and the type of work performed by any and all Pocatello City
Departments since 2010 in the citiesof LavaHot Springs, Inkom,
McCammon, Driggs or Teton County, and American Falls or Power
County as well as any and all other jurisdictions outside the City of
Pocatello.
Please forward any documents you have that meet the outlined description to me by July 25, 2014. I
will put all of the information together and make it available to Mr. Medellin. Please keep track of time
spent retrieving the documents. If your time to access the documents will exceed 2 hours, please let
me know. We can bill for this, but it must be calculated according to what is outlined by Idaho Code.
Please contact me if you have any questions.
Best regards,
S.
City Clerk
City of Pocatello
911 North 7th Avenue
P.O. Box4169
Pocatello, Idaho 83205
208.234.6217
Whitworth, Ruth
From: Hunt, Dave
Sent: Tuesday, July 15, 2014 12:39 PM
To: Whitworth, Ruth
Subject: RE: Request for Records - Steven Medellin - due July 25
Ruth,
As you know, PRT operates on a regular basis outside Pocatello. However, no City funds are involved; the services are
funded through contracts, contributions, and grants specific to our rural program.
Let me know if you need anything more. Thank you.
Dave
From: Whitworth, Ruth
Sent: Monday, July 14, 2014 2:23 PM
To: _Admin.Support; _Dept.Heads
Cc: Diehl, Rich
Subject: Request for Records - Steven Medellin - due July 25
Attached is a request for records from Steven Medellin.
1 have highlighted Item No. 5 on the request. Mr. Medellin has requested the following: Dates,
location, and the type of work performed by any and all Pocatello City
Departments since 2010 in the cities of Lava Hot Springs, Inkom,
McCammon, Driggs or Teton County, and American Falls or Power
County as well as any and all other jurisdictions outside the City of
Pocatello.
Please forward any documents you have that meet the outlined description to me by July 25, 2014. I
will put all of the information together and make it available to Mr. Medellin. Please keep track of time
spent retrieving the documents. If your time to access the documents will exceed 2 hours, please let
me know. We can bill for this, but it must be calculated according to what is outlined by Idaho Code.
Please contact me if you have any questions.
Best regards,
City Clerk
City of Pocatello
911 North 7th Avenue
P.O. Box 4169
Pocateilo, Idaho 83205
208.234.6217
r w h itvyorth@pocatello.us
Whitworth, Ruth
From: Green, Alan
Sent: Tuesday, July 15, 2014 12:02 PM
To: Whitworth, Ruth
Subject: RE: Request for Records - Steven Medellin - due July 25
Ruth,
We have not done any work outside of Pocatello.
Thanks
Alan Green
Parks Department
From: Whitworth, Ruth
Sent: Monday, July 14, 2014 2:23 PM
To: _Admin.Support; _DeptHeads
Cc: Diehl, Rich
Subject: Request for Records - Steven Medellin - due July 25
Attached is a request for records from Steven Medellin.
I have highlighted Item No. 5 on the request. Mr. Medellin has requested the following: Dates,
location, and the type of work performed by any and all Pocatello City
Departmentssince 2010 in the citiesof LavaHot Springs, Inkom,
McCammon, Driggsor Teton County, and American Fallsor Power
County aswell asany and all other jurisdictionsoutside the City of
Pocatello.
Please forward any documents you have that meet the outlined description to me by July 25, 2014. I
will put all of the information together and make it available to Mr. Medellin. Please keep track of time
spent retrieving the documents. If your time to access the documents will exceed 2 hours, please let
me know. We can bill for this, but it must be calculated according to what is outlined by Idaho Code.
Please contact me if you have any questions.
Best regards,
City Clerk
City of Pocatello
911 North 7th Avenue
P.O. Box4169
Pocatello, Idaho 83205
208.234.6217
rwhitworth@pocatello.us
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COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT -
ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING INSPECTIONS
This Agreement is made effective April 15, 2011 by and between:
City of Pocatello, a municipal corporation of Idaho ("Pocatello")
and
City of Chubbuck, a municipal corporation of Idaho ("Chubbuck")
FACTS
A. Chubbuck currently has its plumbing and electrical inspections performed by the
State of Idaho.
B. Pocatello and Chubbuck have entered into discussions about Chubbuck
contracting with Pocatello to perform Chubbuck's electrical and plumbing inspections instead of
having the State do said inspections.
C. Pocatello acknowledges it has the staffing with the requisite credentials currently
available to undertake such inspections and both Pocatello and Chubbuck believe it would be
mutually beneficial to have Chubbuck's electrical and plumbing inspections performed by
Pocatello inspectors on a subcontract basis.
NOW THEREFORE in consideration of covenants set forth herein, Chubbuck and
Pocatello agree as follows:
1. EFFECTIVE DATE. Inspections in accordance with this Agreement shall
commence April 15, 2011 and continue until terminated by either Pocatello or Chubbuck in
accordance with this Agreement.
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2. INSPECTIONS PROVIDED. Pocatello agrees through its appropriate officers
and agents to provide electrical and plumbing inspections for the City of Chubbuck as of the
effective date until terminated.
3. ADMINISTRATION. The ongoing administration, initial contact permit
issuance, followup and enforcement and issuance of stop work orders shall continue to be
handled by Chubbuck. Pocatello will do no residential plan reviews but will do commercial
plan reviews and all field inspections. All initial contacts for a permit and for an inspection
shall be made to the Chubbuck building official at the building official's office and Chubbuck
shall relay the inspection request to Pocatello either via phone call or via e-mail no later than 5
p.m. of the following business day. Pocatello and Chubbuck anticipate these referrals will be
made once a day for followup the next day on a first in-first out basis, except for emergency
situations as they arise from time to time.
4. CODE ADOPTION. To facilitate coordinated inspections, Chubbuck will adopt
the State plumbing and electrical codes and Pocatello's modifications thereto.
5. FEE SCHEDULE. Chubbuck will adopt the Pocatello fee schedule for
electrical and plumbing inspections and, while ongoing adoption of the Pocatello fee schedule is
not automatic, Pocatello will keep Chubbuck informed of its discussions and resolutions by its
City Council to increase the plumbing and electrical inspections fees, and Chubbuck may, at its
discretion, adopt ongoing changes as it deems appropriate.
6. FEE SPLIT. Of charges collected for plumbing and electrical inspections,
Chubbuck shall retain twenty-five percent (25%) of the fee for administration and seventy-five
percent (75%) of the fee shall be forwarded to Pocatello for the actual inspection. These fees
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shall be remitted on a periodic basis but not less than monthly.
? PLAN REVIEW. Pocatello shall not review plans for single family residential
construction but will review plans for multi-family and commercial construction. For
multi-family and commercial building permits issued, Chubbuck will charge the 65% of the
permit fee allowed for plan review fee as established in Table l-A-Building Permit Fees of the
1997 Uniform Building Code. Chubbuck will remit 10% of that review fee to Pocatello for the
plumbing plan review and 10% of that review fee for the electrical plan review. Pocatello and
Chubbuck agree to monitor the plan review fees and, if the amount charged or the amount
reimbursed is not adequate to cover the costs, the review fees may be revised on thirty (30) days
written notice from one to the other. Chubbuck shall obtain duplicate plans for multi-family and
commercial projects and provide one set to Pocatello so it can review the plans; upon finalization
of a project, Pocatello shall return the plans to Chubbuck for storage.
8. ENFORCEMENT. All permits, orders, certificates and enforcement procedures
related to plumbing or electrical within the City of Chubbuck shall be issued and enforced only
by the Chubbuck building official although Pocatello may render assistance in connection with
such activities as necessary to allow implementation.
9. TERMINATION. This Agreement shall be in effect until December 31, 2011 at
which time it will automatically renew for an additional one (1) year term unless terminated by
either Pocatello or Chubbuck. Notwithstanding the foregoing, either party may terminate this
agreement by notice from one to the other upon ninety (90) days written notice. Any inspections
in process at the time of termination for which Chubbuck has collected a fee shall be completed
by Pocatello and the fees due Pocatello shall be remitted to it by Chubbuck.
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10. HOLD HARMLESS. Chubbuck agrees to save and hold harmless Pocatello
from any claims, demands, rights or causes of action, property damage, personal injury, costs,
expenses and compensation whatsoever which arises out of Chubbuck's or its employees'
negligence or willful conduct while performing duties pursuant to this Agreement. Pocatello
agrees to save and hold harmless Chubbuck from any claims, demands, rights or causes of action,
property damage, personal injury, costs, expenses and compensation whatsoever which arises out
of Pocatello's or its employees' negligent or willful conduct while performing duties pursuant to
this Agreement.
11. NOT MUTUAL AID. The parties acknowledge this is not a mutual aid or joint
powers agreement; this agreement is simply a contract between Pocatello and Chubbuck.
12. JURISDICTION. This Agreement shall be interpreted in accordance with the
law of the State of Idaho. Jurisdiction shall be the Sixth Judicial District of the State of Idaho,
Bannock County.
13. ENTIRE AGREEMENT. This writing embodies the entire agreement of the
parties, and they expressly acknowledge that there are not promises, terms, conditions or
obligations other than those contained in this Agreement. All previous or contemporaneous
communications, representations, or agreements, either verbal or written, between the parties are
superseded by this Agreement.
14. ASSIGNMENT. This Agreement shall not be assigned or transferred.
15. NOTICE. Any notice provided under the terms of this Agreement shall be
effective upon its placement in the United States mail, first class postage paid, directed to the
appropriate entities as follows:
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CityofPocatello
P O Box 4169
Pocatello, ID 83205
CityofChubbuck
P 0 Box 5604
Chubbuck, ID 83202-0006
17. ATTORNEY FEES. If action is brought to enforce the terms or provisions of
this Agreement, or to enforce forfeiture for default, or to collect damages for breach, the
prevailing party in such action shall be entitled to recover from the losing party reasonable
attorney fees together with costs authorized by law.
18. SEVERABILITY. If any provision or portion of any provision of this
Agreement shall be deemed illegal or unenforceable by a court of competent jurisdiction, the
unaffected provisions or portions thereof shall remain in full force and effect.
2011.
ATTEST:
_
iJ
Rtttr^ E. Whitworth, City Clerk
CITY OF POCATELLO, a municipal
corporation of Idaho
Brian C. B/ad, Mayor
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Date: , 20 11
CITY OF CHUBBUCK, a municipal
corporation of Idaho
/Steven M. EnglarM, Mayor
ATTEST:
Richard Morgan, City ($erk
APPROVED ASTO FORM AND CONTENT:
. Dean Tranmer, Pocatello City Attorney Thomas'"!
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Remer, Mary
From: Whitworth, Ruth
Sent: Monday, July 14, 2014 2:23 PM
To: _Admin.Support; _Dept.Heads
Cc: Diehl, Rich
Subject: Request for Records - Steven Medellin - due July 25
Attachments: Medellin Records Request.pdf
Attached is a request for records from Steven Medellin.
I have highlighted Item No. 5 on the request. Mr. Medellin has requested the following: Dates,
location, and the type of work performed by any and all Pocatello City
Departments since 2010 in the cities of Lava Hot Springs, Inkom,
McCammon, Driggs orTeton County, and American Falls or Power
County as well as any and all other jurisdictions outside the City of
Pocatello.
Please forward any documents you have that meet the outlined description to me by July 25, 2014. I
will put all of the information together and make it available to Mr. Medellin. Please keep track of time
spent retrieving the documents. If your time to access the documents will exceed 2 hours, please let
me know. We can bill for this, but it must be calculated according to what is outlined by Idaho Code.
Please contact me if you have any questions.
i
Best regards,
&t& , tyJUfatontk,
City Clerk
City of Pocatello
911 North 7th Avenue
P . O . Box4169
Pocatello, Idaho 83205
208.234.6217
iiworth@pocafollo.us
' . . .
Printed On 07/17/2014
4:42;43PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 10021303 Mstr. ID# 131,819
Ent.'d By
Call Dt.mn
Call Desc.
ADMIN
02/13/2010 2:45:OOPM Call Taker SHLTR
Call Codes DAL 21
Activity
1 II [
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone 208
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St POCATELLO
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN Comment
Dispatch To
Address 6000 BL S 5TH
Apt./Unit
City
Zip Code
Disp. By SHLTR
Dispatched 02/13/2010 || 2:4S
Responded 02/13/2010 || 2:5C
Backup Off.
Follow-up
| Completed 02/13/2010 || 3:1(
Clear Code CLS
ID
Map Area Owner
DOB L/F Name
Phone [208 |
Address
xOOPM Off. K91
i:OOPM Off. K91
Off.
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):OOPM Off. |K91
Apt./Unit
City/St POCATELLO
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Map Area 21 Gvt. Dist.
|ED |
Map Area
DOB
Animal Information
Sp.Ne.(YN)
Family (DCEWX)[ p | Sex (MFU)
Mix [Y~|
Breed [ GREAT DANE
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Desc.
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date /Tiimt
Type (ABCX)
Color 1 BLK
Color 2
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail
0 Yr.
| DOB
Age
AgeCat.{1-5)
Breed Size
Weight
Dan.Cat. (0-5}
Victim
L/F Name
Mo.
Rab.#
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Chip#
Rab.TestDt.
Result P/N
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age
208
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/17/2014
Fid. Rec. ID#
4:42:44PM
10021303 Mstr. ID# 131,819
: I responded to the area of the 6000 block of South 5th reference a report of a Great Dane in
traffic.
Upon arrival, I did not see the dog or any problems. The reporting party pointed the area where
the dog was seen last and I searched the area on foot. I then cleared without further incident.
After clearing the call, I called the Bannock County Sheriff's Office and I reported the incident in
case the dog re appears. TM
Printed On 07/17/2014
4:42:58PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 10022206 Mstr. ID#
Ent.'d By
Call Dt./Tm
Call Desc.
Call Codes
Compla
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN
Dispatcl
Address
Apt./Unit
City
Zip Code
ADMIN
02/22/2010 9:58:OOAM Call
MISC ||21
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208 |
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Comment
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INMAN CANYON
Map Area ^
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX)[5] Sex (MFU) pvT] C
Mix [Y~] Sp.Ne.(YN)[Y~~| C
Breed SHEPHERD E
Breed 2 MIX E
Pet Nm. TOBY C
Desc. V W GREEN COLLAR 1
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date /Tiimt
Type (ABCX)
Taker PD
Activity
Disp. By PD
Dispatched 02/22/2010 || 9:58:OOAM Off. K94
Responded 02/22/2010 ||10:15:OOAM Off. K94
Backup Off. Off.
Follow-up Off.
Completed |02/22/2010 ||10:46:OOAM Off. K94
Clear Code CLS
ID
Owner
L/F Name CROWDER ||JED
Phone 208 ||251-7139 |
Address 2074 E PEBBLE
Apt./Unit
Ci ty/St INKOM ||D |
Zip Code 83245 Map Area |21 |
Drv. Lie. DA130787I DOB 12/30/1957
| Gvt. Dist.
iolorl BRN DOB 07/04/2004 Rab.# NONE
;olor2 BLK Age 5| Yr. 3 Mo. Lic.# | NONE
:yes Age Cat. (1-5) 0 Iss. By
lars Breed Size Chip # OA11441037
;oat Weight | OJ Rab.Test Dt.
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V ictim
L/F Name
Phone |208 |
Address
Apt./Unit
Ci t y/ St POCATELLO |lD |
Zip Code Map Area
Drv. Lie. DOB
Age 0 Sex Race
Printed On 07/17/2014
4;42;59PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 10022206 Mstr. ID# 132,010
On 2-22-10 around 10:15 am, I arrived at Inman Canyon for a Bannock County assist. I was
asked to meet a Deputy there and remove a dog from a car.
Upon my arrival I contacted Sergeant Monte Steel. Sgt. Steel informed me that the dog in the
vehicle was a stray. He stated that the owner of the vehicle was transported to the Hospital on
mental request. Sgt. Steel informed me that Sergeant Dan Argyle had spoken with a man form
Health and Welfare who will pay for the dog to be picked up.
Sgt. Steel gave me the paper with the man's contact information. The paper was later given to
Mary for billing purposes.
With Sgt. Steel standing by I open the vehicle and removed the dog. The dog was placed into my
vehicle and transported to the shelter. Impound # 58038 JHK94
Printed On 07/17/2014
4:43:23PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 10030703 Mstr. ID#
Ent.'d By
Call Dt./Tm
Call Desc.
ADMIN
03/07/2010 | 1:42:OOPM Call Taker PD
Call Codes SICK |]21
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone 208
Address
Apt./Unit
Ci ty/St POCATELLO
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN Commen
Dispatch To
Address 5675 S 5TH
Apt./Unit
City
Zip Code
Disp. By PD
Dispatched 03/07/2010
Responded 03/07/2010
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed 03/07/2010
Clear Code CIS
[ID |
Map Area Owner
DOB . ,._ . .
L/F Name
Phone [208 |
Address
Apt./Unit
Ci ty/St POCATELLO
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Map Area |21 | Gvt. Dist.
|| 1:42:OOPM Off. |K94 |
||1:48;OOPM Off. |K94 |
Off.
Off.
|| 2:02:OOPM Off. K94
I IID I
Map Area
DOB
Animal Information
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Mix
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Rab.#
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Result P/N
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date / Tiirrn
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208
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / st | POCATELLO"
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age | O] Sex
Map Area
DOB
Race
Printed On 07/17/2014
4:43:24PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 10030703 Mstr. ID#
On 3-07-10 around 1:48 pm, I arrived to 5675 S 5th to assist Bannock County with an injured dog.
I was informed that the dog was lying in the street at this time.
Upon my arrival I discovered that the dog was sitting with the reporting party. When I got out the
dog pulled away form the reporting party and run away. I was able to keep the dog out of the road
but she ran behind a trailer court and I was unable to follow.
Deputy Heart arrived and I explained what happened. He stated that he was informed that the dog
had a broken back and legs and could not move. Deputy Heart apologized to me. I informed him
that it was fine. He stated that since the dog ran away I could clear. He thanked me for showing
up and I cleared the call. JHK94
Printed On 07/17/2014
4:43:37PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 10031002 Mstr. ID#
132,346
Ent.'d By ADMIN
Call Dt./Tm 03/10/2010 9:15:OOAM Call Taker SHLTR
Call Desc.
Call Codes DAL 21
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone 1208 |
Address
Apt./Unit
City / st IPOCATELLO'
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN
ID
Map Area
DOB
Comment
Dispatch To
Address
Apt./Unit
City
Zip Code
-15 & S BANNOCK HIGHWAY AREA
Map Area 21
Activity
Disp. By SHLTR
Dispatched 03/10/2010 9:15:OOAM
Responded [03/10/2010
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Clear Code CLS
Owner
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Gvt. Dist.
2:12:OOAM
Completed |03/10/2Q1Q || 9:46:QOAM
IPOCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Animal Information
Family {DCEWX)[5~| Sex (MFU) [U
Mix
Breed
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Sp.Ne.(YN)[u~
Color 1 BLK
HEELER
Desc. ADULT
Color2 [MERLE
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail [DOCK
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date / Tiim*
Type (ABCX)
DOB
Age
AgeC
Breed
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Dan.C
0 Yr.
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Size
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LI
Mo.
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age I 61
POCATELLO
Rab.#
Lic.#
Iss. By
Chip#
Rab.Test Dt.
Result P/N
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Printed On 07/17/2014
4:43:38PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 10031002 Mstr. ID#
On 031010 at 0921 hours I responded to a dog at large call on 1-15 & close to mile post 66. The
citizen contacted me at the shelter and advised of the dog. She stated that the dog just sits along
the freeway.
I drove to Century High School and got on the freeway there. I drove north until I got to where
the citizen advised the dog was. The first time I drove thru the area, I was unable to locate the
dog. I pulled into an ISP Emergency turn-a-round and went back t the turn-a-round at Century
again. The second time around I was able to see the dog located on the side of the freeway,
running along the fence line. I stopped the truck and started walking toward the dog. Te dog
looked at me and took off running south bound on the north bound side of the freeway. I returned
to the truck and attempted to back up past the dog but with all the traffic and the fact that I was in
the county, I quite he chase and cleared the call.
The dog is a Heeler, black merle in color. I was unable to clearly see if the dog had a
collar and unable to see if the dog was male or female.
Printed On 07/17/2014
4:44:29PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 10042906 Mstr. ID# 133,446
Ent.'d By ADMIN
Call Dt.ATrn
Call Desc.
Call Codes
04/29/2010 2:03:OOPM Call Taker AS
TWO BULLS
LVSTK 21
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN
PPD
208
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Comment
Dispatch To
Address | !-15&S5TlT
Apt./Unit
City
Zip Code Map Area 21
Activity
Disp. By AS
Dispatched 04/29/2010 2:03:OOPM
Responded 104/29/2010
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed
Clear Code CLS
Owner
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Gv t. Dist.
CHANDLER
2:10:OOPM
04/29/2010 3:57:OOPM
Off.
Off.
Off.
Off.
Off.
K96
K96
K96
DARREL/PEGGY
208 ||221-7100
INKOM
Map Area
DOB
I D
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX) [x~| Sex (MFU)
[N~| Sp.Ne.(YN) Mix |N |
Breed |COW
Breed 2
Pet Nrn.
Desc. TWO ANGUS BULLS
Color 1
Color 2
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail
Citation Issued'
Aggression
Date /Tiimt
Type (ABCX)
DOB
Age
AgeC
Breed
Weig
Dan.C
0
at.(1
Size
it
,at. (
Yr.
-5)
0
0
0
3-5; | o
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age | bl
Mo.
POCATELLO
Rab.#
Lic.#
Iss. By
Chip#
Rab.TestDt.
Result P/N
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/17/2014
4:44:30PM
Fid. Rec. ID# 10042906 Mstr. ID# 133,446
On 042910 at 1410 hours I and K91 responded to an overturned stock trailer on 1-15 & MP 66. the
trailer had two Angus Bulls inside that because of the overturned trailer were now running on the
interstate at MP 66.
We arrived and located the bulls on the east side of the interstate, running along the
freeway fence line. There were several citizens that had stopped and were keeping the Bulls
along the fence. There was a large field on the other side of the fence that was north of the DOT
offices. I ran ahead of the bulls to see if there was a break in the fence line or a place that could
be taken apart quickly. There was not a place that could be broke easily. I contacted an ISP
trooper and asked if he had a pair of bolt cutters. I would have used mine but my truck was about
% mile south of my location.
He had a pair of cutters and we both ran ahead of the bulls again and started cutting the
fence. After the fence was cut, we stood back and herded the bulls into the field thru the opening.
The bulls started walking and then running toward a part of the field that did not have any
fencing that I could see. I ran ahead of the bulls and turned them south toward the DOT offices
which had a fence line running from S. 5th clear to 1-15.
While I was turning the bulls, K91 ran down to S. 5th to see where or if there was a fence
line running there. He found that there was a broken fence line and no gate. With the help of ISP
we were able to get the bulls into a position in the field that they were happy and so were we. The
bulls did move around a little while we were waiting for the owner to comeback with his other
trailer but were not unmanageable.
After an hour and a half wait in wind and snow that was coming own horizontally, the owner
got back from Inkom with his other trailer and the bulls were loaded into it with a little persuasion.
The owner pulled out of the field and the call was then cleared.
Printed On 07/17/2014
4:45:24PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 10061311 Mstr. ID# 134,792
Ent.'d By ADMIN
Call Dt./Tm 06/13/2010 10:35:OOAM Call Taker PD
Call Desc. . . .
Call Codes MISC |[21 *
Disp. By PD
Dispatched 06/13/2010
Complainant Responded 06/13/2010
L/FName Backup Off.
Phone [208 | Follow-up
Address Completed 06/13/2010
Apt./Unit Clear Code CIS
City/St POCATELLO |lD
Zip Code Map Area Owner
DI V' L|C- DOB L/FName ESCOFFIER
ContactYN uomuiuiiL phone 7Q2 |324.6
Address 1148 GRANIT
|10:35:OOAM Off. K94 |
]|10:47:OOAM Off. K94 |
Off.
Off.
|J10:59:OOAM Off. K94
1 1 DAWN
256 |
E BAR
Dispatch To Apt/Unit
Address 1-15 & MILE POST 73 AREA Ci t y/ St HENDERSON
Apt./Unit Zip Code 89002
City Drv. Lie. 1800553904/N
Zip Code Map Area 21 Gvt. Dist.
[NV|
Map Area
V DOB 02/24/1966 |
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX) |D | Sex (MFU) |M | Color 1 [BLK | DOB
Mix |Y | Sp.Ne.(YN) Col or2|BR N ] Age 0 Yr. 0 Mo.
Breed SPA-CAVAL Eyes AgeCat.(1-5) 0
Breed 2 MIX Ears Breed Size
PetNm. JC Coat Weight 0
Desc. Tail Dan.Cat. (0-5; | 0
Victim
Citation Issued L/F Name
Phone 208
Aggression Address
Rab.# NONE
Lic.# | NONE
Iss. By
Chip# |453C7B1C6C
Rab.TestDt.
Result P/N
Date/Tiirm Apt./Unit
Type (ABCX) City / St POCATELLO |lD |
Zip Code Map Area
Drv. Lie. DOB
Age I o] Sex Race
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/17/2014
Fid. Rec. ID#
4:45:25PM
10061311 Mstr. ID# 134,792
On 6-13-10 around 10:47 pm, I arrived at mile marker 73 1/ North bound on 1-15 fora police
assist.
Upon my arrival the Trooper, OFFICER SELLERS, informed me that he was taking the owner to
jail. He stated that there was a dog in the car and asked that I take it until family can be reached.
The Trooper informed me that the owner was from Nevada and he was trying to get a hold of the
owner's daughter.
The dog was secured into my vehicle without incident I was asked to check the car for a cat that
was possibly in the car as well. I was informed that the owner was unsure but believed the cat
might have gotten out somewhere else. I checked the car and found cat food but no cat. I did
locate a revolver in the back section of the car which I pointed out to the Trooper.
I gave the Trooper my card and he informed me that he would let me know if he contacted the
daughter. The dog was then transported to the shelter. Impound # 59412 JHK94
UPDATE: I received information that the daughter in Nevada a Dawn Esoffier was notified about
her mother and the dog. A contact number for Dawn is 1-702-324-6256. JHK94
The shelter was contacted by Ms. Esoffier. She informed us that both, her mother and the dog
were on medication. She informed us that the police had the meds. She stated that she would be
here on Tuesday to get the dog after she get her mother out.
I contacted Bannock County Sheriff Department and spoke with Deputy Cluff. He informed me
that all the meds were still in the vehicle that was impounded by Wayne's towing. Deputy Cluff
informed me that they were working on getting the meds out of the vehicle and bring them to the
jail. Deputy Cluff informed me that he would contact me when and if they receive the meds.
JHK94
Printed On 07/17/2014
4:46:07PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 10062801 Mstr. IDS 134,989
ADMIN Ent.'d By
CallDt./Tm |06/28/201Q ]f3:32:OOPM
Call Desc. IDOG HIT BY CAR
Call Taker MR
Call Codes SICK 21
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN
COUNTY SHERIFF
208
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Comment
Dispatch To
Address
Apt./Unit
City
Zip Code
HWY 91 BLACK ROCK AREA
Map Area 21
Activity
Disp. By
Dispatched
Responded
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed
MR
06/28/2010
06/28/2010
|| 3:32:OOPM
|| 3:40:OOPM
Clear Code CLS
OLSEN
208 317-0241
Owner
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St | POCATELLO
RICK
Off.
Off.
Off.
Off.
Off.
K91
K91
4965 APACHE
Zip Code [83204
Drv. Lie.
Gvt. Dist.
Map Area [20
DOB
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX) [5~| Sex (MFU) [T
Mix Sp.Ne.(YN) [N~
Breed SPRINGER
Breed 2
Pet Nm. [SADIE
Desc.
Color 1
Color 2
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail
RED
WHT
DOB
Age Yr. Mo.
AgeCat.(1-5) | p|
Breed Size
Weight |
Dan.Cat. (0-5; [
Rab.#
Lic.#
Iss. By
Chip#
Rab.TestDt.
Result P/N
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date /Tiirm
Type (ABCX)
Victim
L/F Name
Phone [208
Address |_
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age | 0
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Printed On 07/17/2014
4:46:08PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID#
10062801 Mstr. ID#
I responded to Hwy 91 and the Black Rock area in reference to a dog hit by a car and injured.
Upon arrival I met with deputies and I observed the above listed dog I later identified as SADIE
laying in the bar ditch flopping around. The dog did not appear to be able to stand and seemed to
be in pain. I secured the dog in my truck and cleared.
I transported SADIE to the shelter and I was then advised SADIE'S owner had called and was
en-route.
After a few minutes the dogs owner RICK OLSEN arrived and shelter staff helped load SADIE into
OLSEN'S vehicle. OLSEN then left to transport SADIE to Hawthorne Animal Hospital for
treatment. TM
06/28/1 Of / u Mary Remer
Mr. Olsen stopped back at the shelter to thank us and see if he owed anything. I told him no at
this time and to just take care of the vet bills, the dog at this time is stableized. I did tell him about
the kennel permit and told him I would order an arc view and get with him later on it. MR
07/07/1 Of / u Mary Remer
I left a message on the answering machine for Rick Olsen. I need to know what happened with
his dog and the need for a kennel permit.
07/08/10 Mr. Olsen left a mesage on the answering machine. They had to euthanize the dog so a
kennel permit is not necessary.
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/17/2014
4:46:28PM Fid. Rec. ID# 10070814 Mstr. ID#
Ent.'d By
Call Dt./Tm
Call Desc.
ADMIN
07/08/2010 4:41:OOPM Call Taker SHLTR
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN
SICK 21 *
Disp. By
Dispatched
"ant Responded
Backup Off.
208 Follow-up
Completed
SHLTR
07/08/2010 ||4:41:OOPM
07/08/2010 ||4:44:OOPM
07/08/2010 ||5:05:OOPM
Off.
Off.
Off.
Off.
Off.
K96
K96
K96
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Comment
Dispatch To
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX) fB~| Sex (MFU)
Clear Code CLS
Owner
L/F Name |ARENSBERG
Phone |2Q8 |[242-3450
Address [
Apt./Unit
SCHUYLER
Address I - 15@MP63
Apt./Unit
City
Zip Code Map Area [21
City / St POCATELLO llD 1
Zip Code Map Area
Drv. Lie. DOB
| Gvt. Dist.
Mix
Breed
Sp.Ne.(YN) U
LAB
Breed 2 [MIX
Pet Nm.
Desc. IPURPLE COLLAR
DOB
Age 0 Yr. ~~p] Mo.
Age Cat.(1-5)
Breed Size
Weight
Dan.Cat. (0-5;
Rab.#
Lic.#
Iss. By
Chip#
Rab.TestDt
Result P/N
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date / Tiimi
Type (ABCX)
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age I bl
208
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/17/2014
4:46:29PM
Fid. Rec. ID# 10070814 Mstr. ID# 135,534
On 070810 at 1644 hours I met ISP on 1-15 @ MP 63 for a 10-45 dog and an injured dog. I met
Trooper Orr at this location and was advised by him where the 10-45 dog was located. I picked
that dog up and placed it in the back of the truck. While on scene I was able to get the owners
phone number but Orr did not have owner information on him.
I received call from the shelter advising that they further information about the injured dog. I
obtained that information from the shelter and drove to 3907 Jason. There I contacted the RP who
had the dog inside the house. We carried the dog to the truck and placed her in the back.
It was then that I realized that I did not get owner information and transported both the
10-45 Dog and the injured dog to the shelter. I dropped them off, placing the 1045 in the evidence
freezer and the injured dog in a kennel in "C". I then drove to i-15 again but did not locate the
troopers. I then drove to the ISP head quarters and recontacted Trooper Orr. He advised that he
would contact the owner himself and advise him that his dog will be at the shelter. I also asked
Trooper Orr if he would ask the owners if hey want the body of their 10-45 Dog. He advised he
would ask them.
The call was then cleared without obtaining owner information that Trooper Orr will get.
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/17/2014
4:49:02PM Fid. Rec. ID# 10081214 Mstr. ID# 136,335
Ent.'d By
Call Dt./Tm
Call Desc.
ADMIN
08/12/2010 | 3:18:OOPM Call Taker JP
Call Codes DAL 21
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone 208
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St POCATELLO
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN Comment
Dispatch To
Address I -15 & CLARK AR
Apt./Unit
City
Zip Code
Disp. By
Dispatched
Responded
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed
Clear Code
ID
Map Area Owner
DOB . ,.- M
L/F Name
Phone [
Address
JP
08/12/2010 || 3:18:OOPM Off. |K96 |
08/12/2010 || 3:20:OOPM Off. |K96 |
Off.
Off.
08/12/2010 || 3:35:OOPM Off. K96
CLS
Z08 |
Apt./Unit
EA City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Map Area 21 | Gvt. Dist.
DOCATELLO |lD |
Map Area
DOB
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX)[5] Sex (MFU) [17
Mix [Y~| Sp.Ne.(YN)[lJ
Breed
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Desc.
ASH
MIX
ADULT
Color 1
Color 2
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail
DOB
Age | Q| Yr.| 0
AgeCat.(1-5) | 0
Breed Size
Weight 0
Dan. Cat. (0-5; | 0
Rab.#
Mo. Lic.#
Iss. By
Chip#
Rab.TestDt.
Result P/N
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date /Ti i ms
Type (ABCX)
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age 0
208
POCATELLO | ID |
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Printed On 07/17/2014
4;49:03PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 10081214
Mstr. ID#
136,335
On 081210 at 1520 hours I responded to 1-15 between exits 67 & 63 for a dog at large call. The
dog was described as an ASH type dog from ISP.
I entered the freeway at exit 67 SB and droved to exit 63 where I exited the freeway. I then
got back on the freeway at exit 63 NB and patrolled to exit 67. the dog was not located on my two
passes thru the area and the call was cleared.
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/17/2014
4:49:23PM Fid. Rec. ID# 10081412
Mstr. ID#
136,527
Ent.'d By
Call Dt/Tm 08/14/2010 4:47:OOPM |
Call Desc.
Call Codes MISC ||21
Complainant
UFName BCSD
Phone 208
Address
Apt/Unit
Ci ty/ St POCATELLO
Zip Code Map
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN Comment
Dispatch To
Address 1 1 300 N RIO VISTA
Apt./Unit A-7
Call Taker |PD
Activity
Disp. By
Dispatched
Responded
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed
Clear Code
|!D |
Area Owner
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
PD |
08/14/2010 || 4:47:OOPM Off. K93
08/14/2010 || 5:14:OOPM | Off. K93
Off.
Off.
08/14/2010 |[6:50:OOPM Off. K93
CLS |
STITH ||CAROL ]
208 ||380-4471
11300 N RIO VISTA
1-7
POCATELLO |lD |
Zip Code Map Area [21 1
City Drv. Lie. DOB
Zip Code Map Area |21 | Gvt. Dist.
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX) |D | Sex (MFU) F
Mix |Y | Sp.Ne.(YN) Y
Breed LAB
Breed 2 BDC
Pet Nm. CENNA
Desc. 3Y/SET"VENNA-NM/MINP"BUBB
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date /Tiim<
Type (ABCX)
Color 1 BLK DOB
Color 2 WHT Age 3
Eyes Age Cat.(
Ears Breed Siz
Coat Weight
Tail Dan.Cat.
Victim
L/F Name
Phone J2
Address
Rab.#
Yr. 0 Mo. Lic.# 09 || 4114
-5) 0 Iss. By 09-4115/4116
e Chip # *023*834*547/BUBBA
0 Rab.TestDL
0-5; | 0| Result P/N
08~]
Apt./Unit
City / St FOCATELLO |lD |
Zip Code Map Area
Drv. Lie. DOB
Age I 6] Sex Race
Printed On 07/17/2014
4:49:24PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 10081412 Mstr. ID# 136,527
On 08/14/10 police dispatched asked me to landline concerning a situation in the county that
needed some help from our department. I was informed that a woman CAROL STITH had fallen
and been lying on the floor for quite a long time and needed medical help but there were several
pets inside and the deputies and paramedics could not access the home without help. I contacted
Director Remer and explained the situation and she authorized the call.
When I arrived I removed three dogs in very good health from the trailer all wearing the City of
Pocatello dog tags (2009-10). When I entered the trailer I heard a parrot and the deputy stated
that was the first time they had heard anything other than dogs. I located a very large Grey
Amazon parrot also in very good condition other than not having food or water. The cage weighed
about 500 pounds and was attached to the floor and could not be moved. The doors were locked
but I was able to access the food and water containers as they had the swing out type of feeders.
The deputy and I located the food and found some bottled water and after filling up the containers
we made sure the parrot had some ventilation. After checking the house one final time for any
other pets the deputy locked up the trailer. I asked if the woman was serious injured or sick and
he said that she was coherent and once his speaks with adult services concerning the living
conditions she would probably be home shortly unless she had a serious medical condition. He
told me that she was very concerned about her pets and would call a family member to pick them
up. I told the deputy that the dogs would be fine at the shelter but that the parrot would need some
care and attention within three to four days. I left enough food ad water for about a week. The
shelter staff will also attempt to make contact with a family member or CAROL STITH on Monday
08/16/10. TA
ARMS #60309 CENNA F/S LAB/BDC MIX 2009-10 TAG 4114
ARMS #60310 VENNA F/S SETTER/GSH MIX 2009-10 TAG 4115
ARMS #60311 BUBBA N/M MINPIN 2009-10 TAG 4116 *023*834*547
08/16/10-
MESSAGE LEFT AT NURSE STATION FOR CAROL - SHE IS IN ROOM 407
Printed On 07/17/2014
4:49:49PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 10082811 Mstr. ID#
Ent.'d By
Call Dt.rTrn
ADMIN
08/28/2010 12:05:OOPM Call Taker SHLTR
Call Desc.
Call Codes WILD ||21
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone |208 |
Address
Apt./Unit
Ci t y/ St POCATELLO
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN Comment
Dispatch To
Address 2646 MINK CREEK
Apt./Unit
City
Zip Code
Disp. By SHLTR
Dispatched 08/28/2010 |fT;
Responded 08/28/2010 ||i;
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed 08/28/2010 || 1
Clear Code CLS
ID
Map Area Owner
DOB i ic M
L/F Name
Phone J208 |
Address
Apt./Unit
| Ci t y/St POCATELLO
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Map Area |21 | Gvt. Dist.
>:05:OOPM Off. K94 |
?:25:OOPM Off. K94 |
Off.
Off.
:21:OOPM Off. K94
|iD |
Map Area
DOB
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX) |w|
Mix [N~~|
Sex(MFU) |F
Sp.Ne.(YN)[N~~
Breed DEER
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Desc. FAWN
Color 1
Color 2
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date / Tiimt
Type (ABCX)
DOB
Age | Q| Yr.
Age Cat.(1-
Breed Size
Weight
Dan.Cat. (0-5)
Victim
L/F Name
~O|MO.
Rab.#
Lic.#
Iss. By
Chip#
Rab.TestDt.
Result P/N
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age I 0
208
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Printed On 07/17/2014
4:49:50PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 10082811 Mstr. ID# 136,753
On 8-28-10 around 12:25 pm, I arrived at 2446 Mink Creek for an injured Deer. Mary asked that I
go and see if I could assist the reporting party.
Upon my arrival I contacted the reporting party Steven. He informed me that he was hiking behind
his friends home when he came across an injured fawn. He stated that he thought it was dead but
it got up and tried to run but didn't make it far.
Steven took me to the fawn that was just inside the yard of his friend at the above address. The
deer had a broken front leg and was unable to move three or feet without falling onto its face then
it would just lie down again.
I called Fish and Game but was informed no one was available. I called the Sheriffs Department
and was informed that all of their Deputy's were on a fire. I then called Pocatello PD to see if they
could send someone. After a few minutes I was called back and informed that the Bannock
County had a Deputy and he was on his way.
About 20 minutes later Deputy Hart arrived and saw that the deer's leg was broke. Deputy Hart
then put the deer down. Steven and I carried the deer to my vehicle where it was placed into a bag
and transported to the shelter freezer. JHK94
Printed On 07/17/2014
4:50:10PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 10091106 Mstr. ID#
Ent.'d By
Call Dt/Tm
Call Desc.
Call Codes
ADMIN
09/11/2010 5:10:OOPM Call Taker
CONTAINED
DAL 21
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN
SKAGGS
208 233-6109
POCATELLO
Comment
Dispatch To
Address | BUCKSKIN"
Apt./Unit
City
Zip Code
][ J ER R Y]
Map Area
DOB
Map Area 21
Activity
Disp. By
Dispatched
R esponded
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed
Clear Code
MR
09/11/2010 || 5:10:OOPM
09/11/2010 || 5:20:OOPM
09/11/2010 ||5:30:OOPM
CIS
Off.
Off.
Off.
Off.
Off.
Owner
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Gvt. Dist.
K94
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX) [5~| Sex (MFU)
Mix Sp.Ne.(YN)
POODLE Breed
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Desc. [ BLUE COLLAR
Color 1
Color 2
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail
BLK
AgeCat.(1-5)
Breed Size
Weight
Dan.Cat. (0-5)
R ab.#
Lic.#
Iss. By
Chip#
R ab.Test Dt.
R esult P/N
Citation Issued1
Aggression
Date / Tiim(
Type (ABCX)
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Sex R ace
Printed On 07/17/2014
4:50:10PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 10091106
Mstr. ID# 137,328
On 9-11-10 around 5:20 pm, I arrived up Buckskin to meet a reporting party about a two black
poodles running in and out of traffic. The reporting party was able to secure one of the dogs and
wanted our help to get the second one.
Upon my arrival the reporting party believed the second dog was hiding under several bushes.
The bushes were behind a barbed wire fence. I looked into the bushes but was unable to see the
dog. I then removed the other dog out of the reporting party's vehicle and scanned for a chip but
was unable to locate one. The dog was then placed into my vehicle.
While speaking with the reporting party two vehicles pulled over and informed me that the other
dog was further up Buckskin past Cedar Hollow. I spoke with Mary and we agree that I was not
going to go that far up Buckskin for the second dog. I then transported the first dog to the shelter.
Impound # 60665 JHK94
Printed On 07/17/2014
4:51:12PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 10100618
Mstr. ID#
Ent.'d By
Call Dt.mn
Call Desc-
Call Codes |SICK ||21
ADMIN
10/06/2010 |l 8:02:OOAM Call Taker MR
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone |208 |
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN
Dispatch To
Address
Apt./Unit
City
Zip Code
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Comment
I- 86&SIMPLOTAREA
Map Area 21
Activity
Disp. By MR
Dispatched 10/06/2010 8:02:OOAIv
Responded 10/06/2010
Backup Off.
Follow-up
8:29:OOAM
Completed [10/06/2010 8:48:OOAM
Clear Code CLS
Owner
UF Name
Phone |208 |
Address
Apt./Unit
city / st |POCATELLO"
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Gvt. Dist.
Off.
Off.
Off.
Off.
Off. K96
Map Area
DOB
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX) [w] Sex (MFU) \ M _
Sp.Ne.(YN)[fsT N
DEER
Mix
Breed
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Desc. ADULT
Color 1
Color 2
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail
AgeCat.(1-5)
Breed Size
Weight
Dan.Cat. (0-5;
Mo.
Rab.#
Lic.#
Iss. By
Chip#
Rab.TestDt.
Result P/N
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date /Tiim<
Type (ABCX)
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age I 0
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Printed On 07/17/2014
4:51:12PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 10100618 Mstr. ID# 137,969
On 100610 at 0829 hours I responded to an injured deer call on 1-86 just a mile east of the
Simplot interchange.
The deer was located in the median with his head still up. I walked across the freeway to
the deer and observed that the deer had severely broken rear legs and need to be euthanized. I
was able to contact F&G and had an Officer come out. While waiting for the F&G Officer I
contacted Judy Faringer and advised her of the situation of the deer.
The F&G Officer arrived and dispatched the young buck. The deer was placed in the back
of his truck and the call was cleared.
Printed On 07/17/2014
4:51:42PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 10102015 Mstr. ID#
Ent.'d By
Call Dt./Tm
Call Desc.
Call Codes
ADMIN
10/20/2010 1:15:OOPM Call Taker SHLTR
INJ CAT
SICK 21
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone 1208
Address
Apt./Unit
city / st IPOCATELLO"
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN
Map Area
DOB
Comment
Dispatch To
Address
Apt./Unit
City
Zip Code
N FORT HALL MINE
Map Area \ 2 / \ y
Disp. By
Dispatched
Responded
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed
SHLTR
10/20/2010 || 1:16:OOPM
10/20/2010 |[ 1:22:OOPM
10/20/2010 || 1:46:OOPM
Off.
Off.
Off.
Off.
Off.
Clear Code CLS
Owner
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Gut. Dist.
K93
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Animal Information
Sex(MFU) ID" Family (DCEWX)
Mix [Y~|
Breed |DSH
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Desc.
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date /Tiimt
Type (ABCX)
Sp.Ne.(YN) U
color 1 |GREY
color 2 ITIGER
Eyes IGRE
Ears
Coat [SHORT
Tail [LONG
AgeCat.(1-5)
Breed Size
Weight |
Dan.Cat. (0-5) |~0
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age I 0
POCATELLO
Rab.#
Lic.#
Iss. By
Chip#
Rab.TestDt
Result P/N
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Printed On 07/17/2014
4:51:43PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 10102015 Mstr. ID# 138,219
On 10/20/10 the Bannock County Sheriffs Office contacted the shelter in response to a report that
a citizen had found an injured cat on the roadway on N. FT HALL RD WEST OF PORTNEUF RD
standing with the cat. The dispatcher asked if our department could assist the citizen and pick up
the injured cat. When I arrived in the area due to the lack of a correct location I checked both N
FT HALL RD and PORTNEUF RD. several times but could not locate the complainant or an
injured cat. I asked animal control dispatch to contact BCSO dispatch and attempt to get a phone
number or correct location. I started to head north on PORTNEUF RD again and when I got about
1 1/2 miles north of N FT. HALL MINE RD. I located the complainant. The cat was lying under his
truck and he told me that it had moved from the other side of the road when he and a deputy tried
to pick it up with a coat.
I attempted to contain the cat and it got up and ran into a clump of bushes and trees. I tried
several times to contain the cat but it continued to run. Its legs did not appear to be injured and I
did not see any bleeding. The complainant stated that the blood had been coming from the hip
area so he was not certain how badly injured the cat was. While attempting to contain the cat
again from the weeds it got up and ran across the street into a barn. The cat appeared to be doing
fine and the complainant agreed. He told me that he had been there over an hour but when he
first found the cat it appeared to be in shock and would not get up or move. He showed me where
the cat was lying and I found a small amount of fresh blood and some fur. I told the complainant
that since there was fur in the blood it probably suffered some road rash when it was struck. He
said he really appreciated that our department responded out to the county and said that he could
not just leave the cat unattended. I told him why it took as long as it did but said that it probably
gave the cat enough time to recuperate from being struck. The complainant agreed and I thanked
him for his concern and compassion and cleared the location. TA
Printed On 07/17/2014
4:52:07PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 10102602
Mstr. ID#
Ent.'d By ADMIN
Call Dt./Tm
Call Desc.
Call Codes
10/26/2010 4:11:OOPM
CAT
ABAN
208
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt/Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN
POCATELLO ID
Map Area
DOB
Comment
Dispatch To
Address
Apt./Unit
City
Zip Code
4920 S5TH
28
Map Area 21
Activity
Disp. By
Dispatched
Responded
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed
Clear Code
SHLTR
10/26/2010 ||4:11:(
10/26/2010 || 4:24:
10/26/2010 || 4:27:
CIS
DOPM Off.
DOPM Off.
Off.
Off.
DOPM Off.
Owner
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
G vt. Dist.
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
DSH
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX) [cj Sex (MFU) [F
Mix EO Sp.Ne.(YN) |N"
Breed
Breed 2
Pet Nrn.
Desc.
Citation Issued'
Aggression
Date / Tiim<
Type (ABCX)
DOB
Age | l |Yr.
AgeCat.(1-5)
Breed Size
Weight |
Dan.Cat. (0-5;
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age
208
Mo.
POCATELLO
Rab.#
Lic.#
Iss. By
Chip#
Rab.Test Dt.
Result P/N
Map Area
DOB
0 Sex Race
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/17/2014
4:52:08PM
Fid. Rec. ID# 10102602
Mstr. ID# 138.369
On 10-26-10 around 4:24 pm, I arrived at 4920 S 5th #28 for a abandoned cat.
Upon my arrival the reporting party informed me that her neighbors moved out and left this cat.
She stated that they took the kittens but left the mother. The reporting party didn't give me a name
of the neighbors. The cat was placed into a carrier and transported to the shelter. Impound #
61299 JHK94
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
10:29:31AM Fid. Rec. ID# 11010407 Mstr. ID#
Ent 'd By
Cal l Dt./Trr 01/04/2011 || 6 :5 5 :OC
Call Desc.
Call Codes CAT 21
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone |208|
Address
Apt./Unit
C i t y / St POCATELLO
Zip Code
Drv Lie.
Contact YN Comment
Dispatch To
Address 1000 THANE
Apt/Unit
City
Zip Code
PM Call Taker PD
Activity
Disp. By PD
Dispatched 01/04/2011
Responded 01/04/2011
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed 01/04/2011
Clear Code CLS
ID
Map Area Owner
DOB . ,.- . .
L/F Name
Phone [208 |
Address
Apt./Unit
Ci t y / St POCATELLC
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Map Area \21 \. Dist.
-
||6 :5 5 :OOPM Off. |K94 |
|| 7:05:OOPM Off. |K94 |
Off.
Off.
|| 7:26 :OOPM Off. K94 |
|!D |
Map Area
DOB
Animal Information
Family (
Mix
Breed
Breed 2
Pot Nm.
Desc.
Ci tati on Issued
Aggression
Date/Tiirm
Type (ABCX)
)CEWX)[cJ Sex(MFU) |u | Co
Y~| Sp.Ne.{YN)[T] Co
DSH Ey
Ior1 BLK DOB
lor 2 Age | o| Yr.
es AgeCat.(1-5 )
0
0
Ears Breed Size
Coat Weight
ADULT Ta
0
I Dan. Cat. (0-5; |_0
Mo.
Rab.#
Lic.#
Iss. By
Chi p#
Rab.Test Dt.
Result P/N
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age | 51
208
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Sex RacTe
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
Fid, Rec. ID#
10:29:33AM
11010407 Mstr. ID# 139,633
On 1-4-11 around 7:05 pm, I arrived at 10000 Thane to assist Bannock County Deputy Nickel. I
was contacted by the county dispatch and was informed that a cat was in a trap all day near the
KOA campground. It was unknown who owned the trap.
Upon my arrival I contacted Deputy Nickel. Deputy Nickel showed me the trap that was located in
a trailer park. The trap was uncovered and inside was a cat. The trap had a note that said to leave
the trap alone or the person would be kicked out of the trailer park. The name on the trap was a
Todd Anderson.
Deputy Nickel and i went to a near by home and spoke a Noel Anderson Todd's brother. Noel
knew his brother was trapping cats but was unsure what he was doing with them once he secured
them. Deputy Nickel asked Noel if it was okay if I took the cat this time. Noel stated that would be
f i ne-
Noel informed me that he has shot some of the feral cats in the past and asked if that was okay to
do. I informed him that I was unaware if the county laws on that. I informed him to call Fish and
Game to see what they had to say.
We returned to the trap and I removed the cat from the trap and placed it into my vehicle. As I was
about to leave Todd Anderson arrived. He asked what the problem was. I explained that I was
called to assist the county. I informed of the call what we had spoken to his brother about. Todd
informed me that he had just set the cat earlier tonight.
I informed Todd that I was unsure what the law was in the county. I requested that he at least
cover the trap if he was going to trap in the cold. When I mentioned shooting the cats Todd
informed me that he spoke with the Sheriff and was told that he could humanly destroy the cats.
Todd informed me that when he catches one in the trap he brings it to the shelter. I thanked Todd
for his time, cleared the call then transported the cat to the shelter. Impound #61976 JHK94
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
Ent.'d By
Call DtfTrr
Call Desc
Call Codes
Complair
L/F Name
Phone 2
Address
Apt/Unit
10:30:26AM Fid. Rec. ID# 11030910 Mstr. ID# 140,768
ADMIN
03/09/2011 10:41:OOAM Call Taker SHLTR
AB/CR ||21
Disp. By SHLTR
Dispatched 03/09/2011 J |10:41:OOAM Off. K93
lant Responded Off.
Backup Off. Off.
1)8 Follow-up Off.
Completed 03/09/2011 ||11:58:OOAM Off. K93
Clear Code CLS
Ciiy /St POCATELLO |lD |
Zip Code
Drv Lie.
Contact YN
Dispatch
Map Area Owner
L/F Name CAMPBELL ||ALICE
Comment Phone 208 ||232-3425
Address 5723 S 5TH
To Apt./Unit 13
Address 5723 S 5TH City / St POCATELLO |lD |
Apt./Unit
City
Zip Code
Zip Code Map Area [21 |
Drv. Lie. DOB
Map Area |21 | Gvt. Dist.
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX; [x~] Sex (MFU) |F | Color 1 DOB Rab.#
Mix |N
Breed
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Sp.Ne.(YN)|Y | Color 2 Age 0 Yr. 0 Mo. Lic.#
Eyes AgeCat.(1-5) 0 Iss. By
Ears Breed Size Chip#
Coat Weight 0 Rab.Test Dt.
Desc. 3-DONKEY-HORSE-GOAT Tail Dan. Cat. (0-5; | 0 Result P/N
Victim
Citation Issued L/F Name
Phone 1 208 |
Aggression
Date /Tiimt
Address
Apt./Unit
Type(ABCX) City / St POCATELLO |lD |
Zip Code Map Area
Drv. Lie. DOB
Age | 0 Sex Race
Printed On 07/19/2014
10:30:27AM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID#
11030910 Mstr. ID#
1. Quarter Horse gelding sorrel "Wicket" 15 years old
2. Donkey female grey with black markings (no name) mature adult
3. Donkey female grey with black markings (no name) mature adult
4. Donkey female grey with black markings (no name) younger adult (Donkeys are all sisters)
5. Billy goat male white with black markings (horned) (name unknown) 15 years old
6. Billy goat cream colored long beard (polled) "Pepper" 13 years old
On 03/05/11 Animal Control received a complaint concerning 4-5 Burros living in a small pen
possibly not being fed properly just outside of the City of Pocatello limits at the PALOUKOS
APARTMENT & STORAGE UNITS at 5723 S 5th. I was asked to investigate the report so that the
proper agency could be contacted if necessary. I was notable to respond until 03/09/11 at 1041
hours at which time I found a large pen containing 3 Donkeys, 1 sorrow colored quarter horse,
and two Billy goats. The pen that animals were contained in had an access path to the back of the
property. There was a large water container that was full of fresh clean water and 2 large plastic
feeding containers. The containers were empty at this time. All 6 animals appeared to be well fed
and cared for. The goats had a large shelter that they had been sleeping in when I arrived. I
photographed the scene and while taking the photographs one of the goats came out. All 3
Donkeys, the sorrel gelding and the goats were all very friendly and well socialized. The Donkeys
even allowed me to touch their ears which indicated that they were someone's pets as Donkeys
normally do not allow their ears to be handled unless they had been trained from the time they
were born. Donkeys will normally back up if someone reaches out to touch or pet their ears.
After photographing and examining the livestock through the fence I contacted MRS. PALOUKOS
at 232-8191 and identified myself. I told her that our department had received a complaint
concerning the Donkeys on her property at 5723 S 5th and asked if she owned them or knew who
did. MRS. PALOUKOS told me that the animals were there temporarily and that ALICE
CAMPBELL was caring for them until the Donkeys and goats were placed into their new homes.
She told me that CAMPBELL was taking good care of them and she did not have any problems
with the situation. I thanked MRS. PALOUKOS and told her I would contact CAMPBELL. She
asked if I had found a problem and I told her that I had not but needed to contact CAMPBELL so
that I could get some information from her. I thanked her for her cooperation and we ended our
phone conversation.
While petting the livestock a couple I recognized as ROGER and CAROLYN walked up from their
property behind the apartment and storage units and approached me. I told them that Animal
Control had received a call concerning the livestock in the pen at this location and asked if they
owned the animals. CAROLYN told me that she no longer keeps her horse in the area on her
property were it can access the front pen by the path to the north of the storage unit due to people
driving by and filing complaints with one agency or another. (CAROLYN and ROGER='have 3
horses that are in excellent condition on their acreage in the back.) CAROLYN asked if there was
a problem and I told her that the animals appeared to be well fed and cared for. CAROLYN told
me that the animals are fed a bag of alfalfa cubes twice a day once in the morning and again in
the evening. She told me that they had been fed this morning and will be fed again this evening.
CAROLYN told me that all but the sorrel gelding were being placed in new homes that
CAMPBELL was caring for them until they were placed. I asked CAROLYN if CAMPBELL was
home and she said she believed she was as her light blue pick up truck was parked near her
apartment at the end. I thanked CAROLYN and ROGER for their cooperation and returned to my
unit and drove down to apartment number 13 to speak with CAMPBELL.
I knocked on the door and then heard CAMPBELL say "Who is it?" I identified myself and then
told her "It's Tamrni from Animal Control." CAMPBELL came to the door and I asked if she had a
few minutes to speak with me. She said she did and came outside so that we could talk. I advised
her why I was there and she told me that a deputy from the Bannock Sheriff's Department had
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
Fid. Rec. ID# 11030910 Mstr. ID# | 140,768
10:30.27AM '
been there to speak with her on 03/07/11 but she had not been home. She said that the deputy
spoke with her neighbor LINDA in apartment #12 and with CAROLYN and ROGER. CAMPBELL
told me that the deputy did not find a problem other than her horse needed its hooves trimmed
and she said that she had already made an appointment with a Ferrier several days earlier.
CAMPBELL told me that the livestock belonged to a friend that had a petting zoo in central Idaho.
She said that her friend is an ISU professor and finally made the decision to move to Pocatello
permanently but had not been able to place the remaining Donkeys, gelding and goats.
CAMPBELL told me that her friend dropped off a check for the Ferrier and he was due to come
out this afternoon to trim the gelding's hooves. She told me that she was keeping the gelding
named WICKETT after loosing her 26 year old gelding in November of 2010. CAMPBELL is still
giving English and Western riding lessons and WICKET will replace the beloved horse she
recently lost.
I asked her if she had placed the three female Donkeys and she told me the smallest of the three
sisters would be going to its new home in about 10 days and that she contacted SISTER MARY
PAUL in Arbon Valley and said that she is very much interested in the two remaining Donkeys for
her special needs students to ride and socialize with but SISTER MARY PAUL had not been out
to see them yet but expected her to call in the near future so that she can see the Donkeys and
make a decision. CAMPBELL said she believed that the Sister would probably take them as they
are in good health and are well trained and very gentle. CAMPBELL said that she hoped to place
the Billy goats with SISTER MARY PAUL as well but will speak with her when she comes to see
the Donkeys.
CAMPBELL told me that her friend from ISU is paying for any food and supplies the animals need
and will pay for any medical care if any of them need it until they go to their new homes.
CAMPBELL said that she agreed to pay for the Ferrier since WICKET needed its hooves trimmed
before the animals were transported to this location but once gelding's hooves are trimmed she
(CAMPBELL) would be responsible for anything else since the horse is now hers. She said the
only reason that WICKET is still with the Donkeys and goats was to make it easier for the Ferrier
instead of having to contain the horse in the large field in the back it would be easy for him to tie
the horse up outside of the pen where it is dry. CAMPBELL told me that once the hooves are
trimmed today WICKET will be placed with her other horse in the back pasture area.
(i nformed CAMPBELL that other than a minor trim on the gelding's hooves I did not find a
problem. I told her that all of the livestock appeared well fed and cared for and it appeared that the
complainant did not stop and look at the animals. I told her that I had not been able to see the
goats until I stopped my unit and got out and walked up to the fence as they were sleeping in their
shelter area. I told her that until the cream colored goat walked out I did not even know there was
second one in the shelter. She told me that the goats were very close and normally slept side by
side making it appear that there is only one goat in the shelter. I informed CAMPBELL that I
photographed the animals so that a photograph of well fed and cared for animals will be with my
report. CAMPBELL stated that even though she lives in the county she was happy to know that
our department is still willing to check into a complaint of possible abuse. I thanked her for her
cooperation and after obtaining some information about the animals I cleared the location. TA
NOTE; A photograph of the animals at this location is attached to the printed report, ("did not save
them in my lap lop since they are in very good condition being well cared for at this location on a
temporary basis. TA
Printed On 07/19/2014
10:43:26AM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 11042707 Mstr. IDS
Ent.'d By
Cad Dt /Trr
Call Desc
Call Codes
Complai
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / S t
ADMIN
04/27/2011 7:00:OOAM
CONTAINED
DAL ||21
nant
BANNOCK JAIL |
208
4322 N OLD HIGHWAY 91
Call Taker PD
Disp. By PD |
Dispatched 04/27/2011 |[ 7:00:OOAM Off. |K96 |
Responded |04/27/2011 || 7:10:OOAM Off. JK96 j
Backup Off. Off.
Follow-up Off.
Completed 04/27/2011 j[ 7:26:OOAM Off. K96
Clear Code CLS
POCATELLO
Zip Code Map
Drv Lie.
Conta ct YN Comment
Dispatch To
Address
Apt./Unit
City
Zip Code
4322 N OLD HIGHWAY 91
Map Are
|lD |
Area |'2i" | Owner
L'WD L/F Name PETTY ||PAM
Phone 208 ||233-3776
Address 5966 S 5TH
Apt./Unit
C i ty /St POCATELLO ||D |
Zip Code Map Area |21 |
Drv. Lie. DOB
a 21 Gvt. Dist.
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX) [5~| Sex (MFU) [F
Mix [N~| Sp.Ne.(YN) [7
Breed |LAB
Breed 2
ABBIE Pet Nm.
Desc.
Cita tion Issued
Aggression
Date /Tiimf
Type (ABCX)
Color 1 YEL
Color 2
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail LOrv
DOB
Age 10
Age Cat.(1
Breed Size
Weight
R"ab.#
Yr.| 0|Mo. Lic.# 09 || 3909
-5) ] OJ Iss. By
Chip# *012*843*031
0 Rab.TestDt.
G Dan.Cat. (0-5; | 0| Result P/N
Victim
L/F Name
Phone | 208 |
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St P
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age bl
OCATELLO |lD |
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
Fid. Rec. ID# 11042707
10:43:27AM
Mstr. ID# 141,776
On 042711 at 0710 hours I responded to the Bannock County Jail for a dog at large
(CONTAINED) call. The dog was reported to be in the employee parking lot.
I arrived at the jailhouse and drove to the employee parking lot. I observed the dog in a
kennel in the back parking lot. The dog as impounded and scanned (*012*843*031 WAS
FOUND). The dog also had a 2009 city license (09-3909). The license was looked up in the
license book and owner information was obtained. Pamela Petty was called by landline
(233-3776). The phone was busy all three times it number was called.
The dog "ABBIE" was placed in the back of the truck and transported to the shelter for
further processing. ]MP# 63043
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
10:44:15AM Fid. Rec. ID# 11062406 Mstr. ID# 143,492
Ent.'d By
Cal l Dt./Trr
Cal l Desc.
ADMIN
06/24/2011 | 5:26:OOPM
Cal l Codes DAL ||21
Compl ainant
L/F Name
Phone 208
Address
Apt /Unit
C i t y / S t POCATELLO
Uisp. By PU
Dispatched 06/24/2011 || 5:26:
Responded |06/24/2011 || 5:40:
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed 06/24/2011 || 5:53:
Clear Code CLS
|lD |
)OPM Off. K96
)OPM Off. K96
Off.
Off.
DOPM Off. K96
Zip Code Map Area Owner
Drv' Li c- DOB L/F Name
Contact YN Comment phone r^I
Dispatch To
Address HIGHWAY 30
Apt /Unit
Ci t y
Zip Code
Address
AptAJnit
W& PORTNEUF C i t y / S t POCATELLO
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Map Area |21 | Gvt. Dist.
|ID [
Map Area
DOB
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX) D
Mix
Breed
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Desc.
Sex (MFU)
5p.Ne.(YN)[u~|
PUG
Color 1
Col or 2
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail
AgeCat.(1-5)
Breed Size
Weight
Dan.Cat. (0-5;
Rab.#
Lic.#
Iss. By
Chiptf
Rab.Test Dt.
Resul t P/N
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date /Tiimt
Typo f ABCX)
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age I 0
208
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
Fid. Rec. ID#
10:44:16AM
11062406 Mstr. ID# 143,492
On 062411 at 1740 hours I responded to a dog at large call on Hwy 30 at the Portneuf River
Bridge. PPD advised that the RP had called BCSD and Chubbuck Animal Control to see if they
could respond. She was told that the area was Pocatello's and would not respond. She was
worried that the dog was going to be hit. I was asked to patrol the area. The dog was'reported to
be walking in a northerly direction.
I arrived and patrolled from Philbin to 1-86, checking under the bridge on both sides of the
Highway but never observed the dog and cleared the call.
Printed On 07/19/2014
10:44:34AM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID#
11062908
Mstr. ID# 143,564
Ent.'d By
Call Dt.rTrr
Call Desc.
Call Codes
Complai
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN
Dispatch
Address
Apt /Unit
City
Zip Code
ADMIN
06/29/2011 11:10:OOAM (
DAL 21
nant
SP
208 ||236-6066
POCATELLO
Map i
Comment
iTo
1-86 MILE POST 57
Sail Taker AS
Activity
Disp. By
Dispatched
Respondec
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed
Clear Code
||D |
vea Owner
DOB L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Map Area |21 | Gvt. Dist.
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX; [b~| Sex (MFU) [M~|
Mix [N~] Sp.Ne.(YN)[Y~~]
Breed PUG
Breed 2
Pet Nm. VADOR
Desc.
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date /Tiirrn
Type (ABCX)
Color 1 BLK DOB
Color 2 Age 6

AS
06/29/201 1 || 1 1 : 1 0:OOAM Off. K96
06/29/201 1 || 1 1 :1 9:OOAM Off. K96
Off.
Off.
06/29/2011 ||11:37:OOAM Off. K96
CLS
H ARRIS ||AMY
208
810 CANEL
CH UBBUCK | ||D |
83202 Map Area |29 |
DOB
Rab.#
Yr. 6 Mo. Lic.#
Eyes AgeCat.(1-5) 0 Iss. By
Ears Breed Size Chip#
Coat Weight | 6] Rab.TestDt.
Tail CURL Dan. Cat. (0-5) | 0 Result P/N
Victim
L/F Name
Phone 2
Address
08
Apt./Unit
City / St F
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age 0
'OCATELLO |lD |
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
Fid. Rec. ID# 11062908 " Mstr. ID# 143,564
10:44:35AM ' ' '
On 062911 at 1119 hours I responded to a dog at large call on I-86 @ M.P. 57. the dog was
running on the freeway in this area.
1 arrived in the location on I-86 and found Trooper Williams on scene. The dog had already
been placed in the back of Williams unit when I arrived by a passerby that was helping the
Troopers, i advised Trooper Williams that a possible owner was on her way and would be here
shortly.
2 minutes later, Amy Harris showed up on scene and claimed her dog, " VADOR" .
Information was obtained; the dog was transferred from trooper Williams's unit to their car. The
call was then cleared.
Printed On 07/19/2014
10:49:54AM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 11081504 Mstr. ID#
Ent.'d By
Call Dt./Trr
Cal l Desc
Cal l Codes
Complai
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apl ./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv Lie.
Contact YN
Dispatch
Address
Apt./Unit
City
Zip Code
ADMIN
08/15/2011 ]|10:00:OOPM
45DG ||21
nant
WEBSTER JOE
208 ||818-0899
898 ABIGAIL
3all Taker PD
Activity
Disp. By PD
Dispatched 08/15/2011 J[lO:00:OOPM Off. K91
Responded 08/15/2011 ||10:00:OOPM Off. K91
| Backup Off. Off.
Follow-up - Off.
Completed 08/15/2011 ||10:20:OOPM Off. K91
Clear Code CLS
F |)D |
Map Area [21 | Owner
DOB . ..- . .
L/F Name
Comment Phone |208 |
i To
1-15&EXIT70
Address
Apt./Unit
City/St POCATELLO ||D |
Zip Code Map Area
Drv. Lie. DOB
Map Area |21 | Gvt. Dist.
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX; [51 Sex (MFU)
GSH
Mix
Breed
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Desc.
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date / Tiimt
Type (ABCX)
Sp.Ne.(YN) N
Color 1
Color 2
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail
TAN J DOB
BLK | Age | 0| Yr.
AgeCat.(1-5)
Breed Size
Weight
Dan. Cat. (0-5;
8
0
0
n>
Rab.#
Mo. Lic.#
Iss. By
Chip#
Rab.TestDt
Result P/N
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Printed On 07/19/2014
10:49:55AM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 11081504
Mstr. ID# 144,877
on 08-15-11 at 2200 hours, Dispatch advised a subject hit a dog at the Flying Y and 1-15 and was
bring the still alive dog to the shelter.
After a couple of minutes Joe Webster arrived and I confirmed the dog was now dead. Webster
stated he was coming from Twin falls when the dog ran out in front of him. I noted the license
plate on his car was bent and Webster stated he was not concerned with the damage to his
vehicle. I photographed the dog and removed it form the truck of his hatch back car-Webster
cleaned up at the shelter and then left.
placed the dog in the special holds freezer. TM
Printed On 07/19/2014
10:55:17AM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 11081608
Mstr. ID#
Ent.'d By
Call Dt./Trr
Call Desc.
Cal l Codes
ADMIN |
08/16/2011 ||10:08:OOAM
DAL ||21
Call Taker PD
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone |208 |
Address
Apt./Unit
Activity
Disp. By
Dispatched
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed
Clear Code
PD
08/16/2011 |
08/16/2011 ]
10:18:OOAM
10:14:OOAM
08/16/2011 ||10:45:OOAM
CLS
Ci t y / St POCATELLO
Zip Code
Contact YN Comment
Dispatch To
Address 6600 BL S 5TH
Apt./Unit
City
Zip Code
|ID |
Map Area Owner
DOB L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Map Area |21 | Gvt. Dist.
BR ANDT HTODD
208 || 223-4944
6530 S5TH
POCATELLO
Map Are
DO
F]
a [21 |
B
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX] [5] Sex (MFU) JM
Mix [FT] Sp.Ne.(YN)[Y
Breed |ROTT
Breed 2
BO J Pet Nm.
Desc.
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date / Tiirn<
Type (ABCX)
Color 1 BLK
Color 2 TAN
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail DOC
DOB
Age | 8~]Yr.
AgeCat.(1-5)
Breed Size
Weight
K Dan. Cat. (0-5;
Victim
L/F Name
Phone 1 208 |
Address
Apt./Unit
City/St POCA
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age | 51 Sex
Rab.#
0 Mo. Lic.#
0 Iss. By
Chip#
0 R ab.TestDt.
f"o| Result P/N
TELLO ||D |
Map Area
DOB
R ace
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
10:55:18AM
Fid. Rec. ID# 11081608
Mstr. ID#
On 081611 at 1014 hours I responded to a dog at large (X2) call at 6657 S. 5th. The run out to
county was authorized by MR.
I met K93 in the area of 6657 S. 5th. She had the Rottweiler contained but the Boxer was
stiil running at large. I spotted the Boxer on the corner of Piedmont and S. 5th- K93 had to get the
Rottweiler out of the back of her truck in order to get the Boxer into snappy snare range. After we
walked the Rottweiler up and back down a driveway in the area, I got a shot at the Boxer with the
snappy snare and was able to catch him. The way he was acting, I id not scan him on scene but
did when we got to the shelter (NO CHIP FOUND).
While on scene with K93, we talked and decided that I would take both dogs to the shelter
for further processing. The Rottweiler was scanned on scene (AVID*081*547*625 WAS FOUND).
The chip number was called into the shelter and owner information was obtained and the owner
contacted for the Rottweiler only. The Boxer we have a possible owner on by the name of Todd
Brent.
Both dogs were transported to the shelter fir further processing.
2. MFAWN/WHT BOXER 1-2Y NO ID/SPIKE COLLAR IMP# 64681
Printed On 07/19/2014
10:57:09AM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID#
11082019
Mstr. ID#
Ent.'d By
Call Dt./Trr 08/20/2011 || 6:12;
Call Desc,
Call Codes DAL ||21
Complainant
L/F Name ISP
Phone [208 |
Address
Apt/Unit
Ci t y / St POCATELLO
Zip Code
Dry. Lie.
Contact YN Comment ISF
Dispatch To
Address 1-15 & MP 76
Apt./Unit
City
Zip Code
30PM Call Taker PD |
Activity
Disp. By PD
Dispatched 08/20/2011 ||6:12:
Responded 08/20/2011 || 6:22;
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed 08/20/2011 || 7:10:
Clear Code CLS |
|lD |
Map Area Owner
DOB L/F Name
OFFCR DONAHUE phnno |^]
Address
DOPM Off. K93
30PM Off. K93
Off.
Off.
DOPM Off. K93
Apt./Unit
City / St POCATELLO
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Map Area |21 | Gvt. Dist.
|ID |
Map Area
DOB
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX) [5~| Sex (MFU)
Mix Sp.Ne.(YN)
Breed
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Desc. 2 F/BLK&W/BDC-1 M/RED/PIT
Color 1
Color 2
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail
DOB
Age | Q|
Rab.#
Yr.|~Q
Age Cat. (1-5) | 0
Breed Size
Weight
Mo. Lic.#
Iss. By
Chi p#
0
Dan.Cat. (0-5; | 0
Rab.Test Dt.
Result P/N
Citation Issued
Aggressi on
Date / Tnmt
Type (ABCX)
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age I o|
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
10:57 10AM
Fld.Rec. ID# 11082019 Mstr. ID#
On 08/20/11 police dispatched patched IDAHO STATE POLICE DISPATCH through to my cell
phone in response to a call from TROOPER M. DONAHUE concerning 3 dogs that were at large
on 1-15 causing a traffic hazard. The ISP dispatcher advised that TROOPER DONAHUE
contained the dogs and asked if could meet him at the shelter to take custody of them. I informed
him that I would be at the shelter in about 5 minutes and would accept the dogs. TROOPER
DONAHUE had 1 male and 2 female dogs in the back of his police cruiser and told me that the
dogs were out on the interstate at about MM 76 heading south bound. He said that it was a traffic
hazard as the dogs were running on the interstate so he and a citizen managed to contain them. I
impounded the dogs and thanked TROOPER DONAHUE for transporting the dogs to the shelter.
He stated that had they been left loose a serious accident could have occurred. TA
1. PI TBULL MALE RED BRINDLE/WHT CHEST INFECTION L-EYE R- EAR RIPPED BUT
HEALED. 4-5 YEARS OLD. NO CHIP OR IDENTIFCATION. ARMS #64752
2. BDC MIX FEMALE BLACK/WHITE 5-6 MONHTHS OLD NO CHIP OR IDENTIFCATION.
ARMS #64753
3. LAB/BDC FEMALE BLACK WHITE ON TOES 2-3 YEARS OLD RECENTLY WEANED PUPS
NO CHIP OR IDENTIFCATION. ARMS #64754
NOTE: All 3 dogs were friendly and the two adult dogs were leashed trained. TA
Printed On 07/19/2014
10:57:48AM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 11083111
Mstr. ID#
Ent.'d By
Call Dt.mr
Call Desc.
Call Codes
ADMIN
08/31/2011 10;03:OOAM
Call Taker SHLTR
CONTAINED
DAL 21
Complainant
|208" 241-8754
L/F Name COUNTY LANDFIL
Phone
Address
Apt./Unlt
City/St
Zip Code
Drv Lie.
Contact YN
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Comment COUNTY LANDFILL
Dispatch To
Address [ N FORT HALL MINE
Apt./Unit
City
X ip Code Map Area 21
Activity
Disp. By
Dispatched
Responded
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed
Clear Code
SHLTR
08/31/2011 || 10:03
08/31/2011 ||10:20
08/31/2011 ||10:30
CLS
00AM Off.
00AM Off.
Off.
Off.
00AM Off.
HALL
208 |[68T-3573
4749 WHITAKER
Owner
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code |83201
Drv. Lie. |EA135498D~
Gvt. Dist.
POCATELLO
RYAN
Map Area
DOB 07/17/1971
Animal Information
Family (DCEVVX) [F] Sex (MFU) [F
Mix |Y~"| Sp.Ne.(YN)[u~
Breed
Breed 2
PetNm.
Desc.
HEELER
MIX
NO ID/BLK COLLAR
Color 1
Color 2
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail
YEL
WHT
LONG
DOB
Age | 6| Yr.
AgeCat.(1-5)
Breed Size
Weight |
Dan.Cat. (0-5;
Mo.
Rab.#
Lic.#
Iss. By
chip# [NONE
Rab.TestDt.
Result P/N
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date /Tiimt
Type (ABCX )
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age I 6]
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
Fid. Rec. ID# 11083111
10:57:49AM
Mstr. ID#
On 083111 at 1020 hours I responded to the landfill for a dog at large (CONTAINED) call. The
employees of the landfill were contacted and advised that they observed the dog running after a
truck at full speed. The truck did not stop for the dog. The dog was easily picked up by the
employees and taken to the shop. They then called the shelter for pick-up.
The dog was impounded, scanned (NO CHIP FOUND), placed in the back of the truck
and transported to the shelter for further processing. IMP# 64872
Printed On 07/19/2014
10:58:01AM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 11092414 Mstr. ID#
Ent.'d By
Call Dt.^Trr
Cal l Desc
ADMIN
09/24/2011 | 7:58:OOAM Call Taker [PD
Cal l Codes LVSTK 21
Complainant
L/FName ANDERSON
Phone 208
Address
Apt./Unit
C i t y / St POCATELLO
Zip Code
Drv Lie
Contact YN Comment
Dispatch To
Address KRAFT AREA
Apt./Unit
City
Zip Code
Disp. By
Dispatched
Responded
H J OLENE Backu p off.
Follow-u p
Completed
Clear Code
|lD ]
Map Area |21 | Owner
DOB L/F Name
Phone
Address
PD
09/24/2011 || 7:58:OOAM Off. K94
09/24/2011 || 8:03:OOAM Off. K94
Off.
Off.
09/24/201 1 || 9:04:OOAM Off. K94
CLS |
PARRISH H CRAIG
208 ||406-3501 |
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Map Area 21 G vt. Dist.
SQCATELLO | |lD |
Map Area
DOB
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX] [>T] Sex (MFU) [JJ
Mix |N~| Sp.Ne.(YN) [rT
Breed |H ORSE
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Desc. FOUR H ORSES
Color 1
Color 2
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail
DOB
Age | 0| Yr,
AgeCat.(1-5)
Breed Size
Weight
Dan.Cat. (0-5;
Mo.
Rab.#
Lic.#
Iss. By
Chip#
Rab.TestDt.
Resu lt P/N
Citation Issu ed
Aggression
Date / Tiimt
Type (ABCX)
208
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / st [POCATELLO
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age | 61 Sex Race
Map Area
DOB
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
105802AM
Fid. Rec. ID# 11092414
Mstr. ID#
On 9-24-11 around 8:03 am, I arrived at Kraft road for four horses off their property. I was
informed that a reporting party had photos of the horses in the road.
Upon my arrival I contacted the guard at HoKu. I asked if he had seen the horses on their property
today. He informed me that he has not seen them in a week or so. I thanked him and headed
back into the county where the horses were last seen. I then contacted the reporting parties Ms
Stuart and Jolene Anderson. I was shown photos of some of Craig Parrish's horses walking down
the road The road is outside city limits. I was formed that the horses had come across the bridge
from city property.
I informed both parties that the photo shows the horses inside the county. I explained that since
this is considered open range there is nothing that can be done. The reporting parties asked that a
County Deputy be called out. I contacted Pocatello Dispatch and asked them to contact the
County.
While waiting for the Deputy I contacted Craig Parrish via phone and informed him that his horses
were out again. He stated that he would come out and put them away. He stated that.the horses
were going to be put into another pasture. He did not specify when or where the horses were
being moved.
When the Deputy arrived he explained to the reporting parties nothing could be done. He stated
that he was not going to cite the owner because the horses were coming off city property. I
explained that the city property the horses are coming off of is Craig Parrish's. I explained that the
road way they are seen on is County so there is nothing I could do either. I explained that if the
horses are seen on the other side of the bridge in city property the owner could be cited.
Ms. Anderson asked if both the County and City cite Mr. Parrish for nuisance. Deputy Lovell
explained again that it was open range so he could not. I informed her that the horses are in the
county and I could not either.
Deputy Lovell located the horses and attempted to push them back onto Mr. Parrish property but
was unable to. The horses ran into an open fence and started eating some hay left out. Deputy
Lovell informed me that there was still nothing he could do so, he cleared the call.
I informed the reporting parties to keep getting photos and that way they could start some sort of
case against him. I apologized that there was noting more I could do and cleared the call. JHK94
Printed On 07/19/2014
10:58:43AM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 11102812
Mstr. ID#
Ent.' d By
Cal l Dt.ATrr
Call Desc.
Cal l Codes
Complai
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt . /Unit
City /SI
Zip Code
Drv Lie.
Contact YN
Dispatch
Address
ADMIN
10/28/2011 ||11:09:OOAM Cc
IPOLICE ASSIST
MISC ||21
nant
BCS DEPUTY H TH OMAS
208
POCATELLO
Map Ar
Dt
Comment
i To
5966 S5TH
Apt./Unil
City
Zip Code Map Area
II Taker SH LTR
Disp. By
Dispatched
Responded
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed
Clear Code
|lD |
ea Owner
L/F Name
Phone
Address
.
SH LTR
10/28/2011 ||11:09:OOAM Off. K91
10/28/2011 ||11:13:OOAM Off. K91
Off.
Off.
10/28/2011 ||11:24:OOAM | Off. K91
CLS
PETTY ||PAM
208
5966 S5TH
Apt/Unit
City / St POCATELLO ID
Zip Code Map Area [21 1
Drv. Lie. DOB
21 | Gvt. Dist.
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX; Sex (MFU)
Mix
Breed
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Desc.
Sp.Ne.(YN)
1/GOLD LAB/1 TRI/CORGI
Color 1
Color 2
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail
Citation Issued
Aggressi on
Date /Tiimi
Type (ABCX)
DOB
Age | Q] Yr
AgeCat.(1-5)
Breed Size
Weight
Dan.Cat. (0-5;
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age! Oj
Mo.
Rab.#
Lic.#
Iss. By
Chip#
Rab.TestDt.
Result P/N
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
Fid. Rec. ID#
10:58:44AM
11102812 Mstr. ID#
I responded to 5966 South 5th to place two dog from the residence into protective custody after
the dogs owner past way.
Upon arrival I met with Deputy Thomas and I then removed the two below listed dogs from the
house and yard.
I transported the dog to the shelter and placed them into protective custody. TM
1. F Gold Lab 12 y named ABBI E chip# 012*843*031 lie-09-3909
2. F tri colored Corgi mix 8 y named MISS GRTACIE lic-09-3908
#65722 - MISS GRACIE
#65723 - A BBI E
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:41:38PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 12050410 Mstr. ID//
Ent'dBy ADMIN
Call Dt./Tm 05/04/2012 || 2:21:0
Call Desc. HORSE
Call Codes SICK 21
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone [208 |
Address
Apt/Unit
Ci ty/St POCATELLO
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN Comment
Dispatch To
Address OLYMPUS & CHUBE
Apt/Unit
City
Zip Code
0PM Call Taker SHLTR
Disp. By
Dispatched
Responded
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed
Clear Code
ID
Map Area Owner
L/F Name
Phone
Address
SHLTR
05/04/2012 || 2:21:OOPM Off. K96 |
05/04/2012 ||2:28:OOPM Off. K96 ]
Off.
Off.
05/04/2012 ||4:14:OOPM | Off. K96
CLS
HART
?Q8
Apt/Unit
UCK City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Map Area 21 Gvt. Dist.
^OCATELLO |lD |
Map Area
DOB
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX; Sex (MFD) Color 1 DOB Rab.#
Mix Sp.Ne.(YN) Color 2 Age | 0
Breed
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Desc.
Eyes Age Cat.(1
Ears Breed Siz e
Coat Weight
Tail Dan.Cat. {
Yr. 0 Mo. Lic.#
-5) 0 Iss. By
5 Chip#
0 Rab.TestDt
0-5' Pol Result P/N
Citation Issued'
Aggression
Date /Tiimt
Type (ABCX)
Victim
L/F Name
Phone |208 |
Address
Apt/Unit
city / st | POCATELLO"
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age I o] Sex
Map Area
DOB
Race
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:41:40PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 12050410 Mstr. ID#
On 050412 at 1428 hours I responded to a possible injured horse call in the area of Olympus &
Chubbuck Rd.
I arrived in the area and located approximately 7-8 horses on the Hart ranch north of
Chubbuck Rd. the horses were 6-800 yards to the east of where I entered the dirt road on
Chubbuck Rd. all horses were running thru the sage brush at the eastern fence line. By the time I
was able to get to where the horses were first seen, they had run north along the eastern fence
line into a gully. The horses were positively on county property. It did not appear to me that any of
the horses were injured with the way the horses I observed were running and cleared the call.
When I was driving out of the area I observed one of the horses that were being
chased by another horse, standing alone in the southwest corner of the pasture near Chubbuck
Rd. I observed that the horse had a large laceration on the front of her right shoulder, closer to the
chest area (SEE ATTACHED PHOTOS). The laceration was approximately 6-8 inched in length
and 6-8 inches in width. It looks to me like the horse was run into a barbwire fence and the
laceration was the result of being chased thru the pasture. The injury does not seem to be life
threaten at this point but could become easily infected. From where I was standing from the mare
I could see flies already collecting in the wound. I contacted the shelter and asked they contact
Jim Hart and advise him of my findings. .
Shortly after my conversation with the shelter BCSD showed up on scene. The
investigation was turned over to them and the call cleared.
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:41:58PM Fid. Rec. ID# 12071813 Mstr. ID#
Ent.'d By
Call Dt/Trn
Gail Desc.
Call Codes
Complai
L/F Name
Phone
Address
ADMIN
07/18/2012 7:55:OOPM
BIRD
WILD ||21
nant
208
Apt/Unit
City / St POCATELLO
Zip Code Map
Drv. Lie. . .
Contact YN Comment
Dispatch To
Address BANNOCK CNTY JAIL
Call Taker PD
Disp. By PD |
Dispatched 07/18/2012 \ \ ~
Responded 07/18/2012 \ \ ~
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed 07/18/2012 ||
Clear Code CLS
ID
Area Owner
DOB L/F Name
Phone [208 |
Address
Apt./Unit
City/St POCATELLO
Apt/Unit . Zip Code
City Drv. Lie.
Zip Code . Map Area |21 | Gvt. Dist.
7:55:OOPM Off. K94 j
3:07:OOPM Off. K94 |
Off.
Off.
3:23:OOPM Off. K94
MID I
Map Area
DOB
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX) Sex (MFD)
Mix Sp.Ne.(YN)
Breed
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Desc.
Color 1
Color 2
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail
DOB
Age
Age C
Breed
Weigr
Dan.C
0
at.(1
Size
it
at. f
Yr. 0
0
0
3-5' [~~0
Rab.#
Mo. Lic.#
Iss. By
Chip#
Rab.Test Dt
Result P/N
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date / Tiimt
Type (ABCX)
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:41:59PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 12071813
Mstr. ID#
On 7-18-12 around 8:07 pm,
securing a bird.
arrived at the Bannock County Jail to assist Fish and Game in
Upon my arrival the officer asked for a catch pole to secure the bird. The bird was on the ground
and could not fly. I walked up to the bird and it attempted to bite at me. Using my baton I
distracted it and was able to secure the bird and place it into the Officers carrier. He thanked me
took the bird and I cleared the call. JHK94
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
Ent.'d By
Call Dt./Tm
Call Desc.
Call Codes
Compla
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN
Dispatcl
Address
Apt/Unit
City
Zip Code
12:42:20PM Fid. Rec. ID# 12080106
[ADMIN |
08/01/2012 6:52:OOPM Call Taker |PD
DAL ||21 | Activity
Disp. By PD
Dispatched 08/01/2012
nan* Responded |08/01/2012
Backup Off.
208 Follow-up
Completed 08/01/2012
Clear Code CLS
POCATELLO |lD |
Map Area Owner
DOB . ._ . .
L/F Name
Comment .-., rrr:; i
Phone 208 |
Address
"1 To Apt./Unit
GIBSON JACK & STEPHANIE AREA City / St POCATELLO
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Map Area |21 | Gvt. Dist.
Mstr. ID# 152,649
6:52:OOPM Off. K94 |
7:07:OOPM | Off. K94 |
Off.
Off.
7:20:OOPM Off. K94
|lD |
Map Area
DOB
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX;[ D | Sex(MFU) \M \r 1 |YEL | DOB
Mix Sp.Ne.(YN) Color 2 Age | ijYr. 0 Mo.
Breed LAB Eyes Age Cat.(1-5) 0
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Ears Breed Size
Coat Weight 0
Desc. Tail Dan.Cat. (0-5; |~o]
Victim
Citation Issued L/F Name
Phone |208 |
Aggression
Date / Tiimt
Address
Apt./Unit
Type(ABCX) Ci t y/ St POCATELLO
Rab.#
Lic.#
Iss. By
Chip#
Rab.Test Dt
Result P/N
|lD |
Zip Code Map Area
Drv. Lie. DOB
Age 0^ Sex Race
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
Fid. Rec. ID#
12:42:20PM
12080106 Mslr. ID#
On 8-01-12 around 7:09 pm, I arrived on Gibson Jack and Stephanie to assist Bannock County
Sheriff Department with a dog. I was informed that the dog was an older retriever type dog and no
one knew who belong to.
Upon my arrival I was able to secure a 1-2 year old yellow lab mix. The reporting party who called
the BCSD stated that the dog arrived early this morning and didn't appear to have any intensions
of leaving.
The dog had no collar or tags on him. Using dog treats ! was able to get the dog close enough to
put a leash on him. The dog had no chip so her was placed into my vehicle and transported to the
shelter. Impound # 68587 JHK94 .
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:42:34PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 12100209 Mstr. ID#
Ent.'d By
Call Dt.fTm
Call Desc.
ADMIN
10/02/2012 7:21:OOPM Call Taker PD
Gail Codes |l_VSTK
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone 208
Address
Apt./Unit
City/St POCATEL
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN Con
Dispatch To
Address JEROME
Apt/Unit '
City
Zip Code
21 .^M-Miy
Disp. By PD
Dispatched 10/02/2012 || '
Responded 10/02/2012 ~p
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed 10/02/2012 ||
Clear Code CLS
LO | |lD |
. Map Area Owner
UUD L/F Name HART
~iment . Phone 208 ||251-709;
Address
Apt./Unit
& OLYMPUS AREA | City / St POCATELLO
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Map Area |21 | Gvt. Dist.'
':21:OOAM Off. K91 |
':28:OOAM Off. K91 |
Off.
Off.
:10:OOAM Off. K91
' ||JIM
>
|ID |
Map Area
DOB
JCEWX; |x_
HORSE
! Sex(MFU) |U |
Sp.Ne.(YN)
ADULT
Color 1
Color 2
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail
Animal Information
Family (
Mix
Breed
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Desc.
Citation Issued1
Aggression
Date / Tiirm
Type (ABCX)
DOB
Age
AgeC
Breed
W eigt
Dan.C
0
at.(1
Size
it
,at. (
Yr.
-5)
0
0
0
)-5' Fo
Rab.#
Mo. Lic.#
Iss. By
Chip#
Rab.TestDt.
Result P/N
Victim
L/F Name
Phone [208
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:42:35PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 12100209 Mstr. ID#
I responded to the area of Olympus and Jerome in reference to a loose horse.
Upon arrival, I searched the area and I found Chubbuck Officer Butterfield had captured the horse
on Chubbuck Road between Jerome and the interstate. I assisted Butterfield with walking the
horse to the corner of Olympus and Jerome where we were able to put the horse back in its
pasture through a gate. The horse owner's brother Jim Hart then arrived and we cleared. TM
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:43:09PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 12101507 Mstr. ID#
Ent.'dBy ADMIN
Call Dt./Tm 10/15/2012 || 7;27:OOPM C
Call Desc. DOGS IN FIGHT
Call Codes MISC 21
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone |208 |
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St POCATELLO
Zip Code Map A
Drv. Lie. D
Contact YN Comment
Dispatch To
Address 1588 N MINK CREEK
Apt/Unit
City
Zip Code Map Area
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX; [5] Sex(MFU) \M~~\x [N~~| Sp.Ne.{YN)[N~~|
Breed PIT
Breed 2 MIX
PetNm. TANK
Desc.
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date / Tiimt
Type (ABCX)
all Taker PD
Disp. By PD
Dispatched 10/15/2012 ]| 7:27:OOP
Responded |10/15/2012 | 7:48:OOP
Backup Off.
Foliow-up
Completed 10/15/2012 || 8:05:OOP
Clear Code CLS
ID
rea Owner
M Off. K92 |
M Off. K92 |
Off.
Off.
M Off. K92
' L/F Name MATKINS ||BRETT |
Phone 208 ||680-7561
Address 1508 N MINK CREEK '
Apt./Unit
City / St POCATELLO llD I
Zip Code . Map Area [21 ]
Drv. Lie. DA1 08862 J
[21 | Gvt. Dist.
Color 1 |BRN | DOB Rab.#
Color 2 |WHT | Age | s|Yr.| o]Mo. Lic.#
Eyes Age Cat.(1-5} | pj Iss. By
Ears Breed Size Chip #
Coat Weight 0 Rab.Testt
Tail ILONG Dan.Cat. (0-5; |~0 Result P/
Victim
L/F Name
Phone | 208 |
Address
Apt./Unit
Ci t y/ St POCATELLO
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age 0 Sex Race
DOB 11/04/1959
Dt.
N]
I IID I
Map Area
DOB
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
Fid. Rec. ID#
12:43:10PM
12101507 Mstr. ID#
On 10/15/12 around 7:48 PM I arrived at 1588 N Mink Creek to assist Bannock County for two
dogs that had gotten into a fight.
Upon my arrival I met with Officers Nicke! and Young who had told me two pit-bulis had gotten into
a fight and one of them was at the vets. Officer Nickel told me that Mr. Matkin lives at 1508 N
Mink Creek and his dog Tank had gotten out of his yard and went into the neighbor's yard and
attacked their dog that was in heat.
I was also told that Mr. Matikin had a warrant for his arrest and they were unable to locate him at
this time. The phone number that was provided is disconnected. I called the sheriffs office and
they gave me the girlfriend's number but I was unable to make contact with her. I was also told
that Mr.Matikins has a caution for violence against his girlfriend.
The dog appeared to have injured to his ear and foot but did not appear to be in distress. I called
Director Remer and spoke with her about the situation and was advised to impound the dog and
give it 100 mg of Rimadyl for the night and have shelter staffs assess in the morning.
The dog was secured in the truck and transported to the shelter and the call was cleared. FTK92
Upon.my arrival TANK was very scared and very friendly i had no problems with him going into
the kennel. I gave him his medication.
Information: Shay Brooks 3802513 is the girlfriend of Brett Matkins #69612
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:45:54PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 12121604 Mstr. ID#
Ent.'d By
Call Dt./Tm
Call Desc.
Call Codes
Complai
L/F Name
Phone |
Address
ADMIN
12/16/2012 11:43:OOAM C
MISC ||21
nant
208 |
AptJUnit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN
Dispatch
Address
Apt/Unit
City
Zip Code
POCATELLO
Map^
. . . r
Comment
iTo
6300 S5TH
29
:all Taker PD
Activity
Disp. By
Dispatched
Respondec
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed
Clear Code
ID
^rea Owner
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt/Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Map Area |21 | Gvt. Dist.
PD
12/16/2012 ||11:43:OOAM Off. K94 J
1 1 2/1 6/201 2 || 1 1 :49;OOAM Off. K94 |
Off.
Off.
12/16/2012 ||12:52:OOPM Off. |K94
CLS
HANSEN . ||JOSH
208 705-8058 .
1550 YELLOWSTONE
66
POCATELLO ID |
Map Area 21 ~ ~ |
DOB
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX; [5] Sex (MFD) [F
Mix [Y~ 1 Sp.Ne.(YN) [N"
Breed |HEELER
Breed 2 MIX
LU Pet Nm.
Desc.
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date / Tiimt
Type (ABCX)
Color 1 BLU
Color 2
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail
E DOB
Age 5 Yr.
AgeCat.(1-5)
Breed Size
0
0
Weight 0
Dan. Cat. (0-5' Po
Rab.#
Mo. Lic.#
Iss. By
Chip#
Rab.Test Dt.
Result P/N
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Age[ 0 Sex Race
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:45:55PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 12121604 Mstr. ID#
On 12-16-12 around 11:49 am, I arrived at 6300 s 5TH fora Bannock County Assist. I was
informed that the homeowner had passed away and they needed me to secure the dogs.
Upon my arrival I contacted Deputy Craig. He informed me that the homeowner's son was here
but was unable to take the dog. Deputy Craig asked if the responsibility was the county or the
sons. I informed him that I believed it was now the next of ken's responsibility to take care of the
animai,
I spoke with a Jeremy Hansen who informed me that neither he nor his brother could take the
dog. He stated that dog was friendly and would probably come right to me. He also mentioned
that there are 1 -2 cats that get in and out of the trailer and hide in the cabinets. He stated that the
cars are feral. Officer Craig informed me that County Detectives had to clear the scene before
anything could be taken.
About 20 minutes later Detective's Iverson and Manu arrived. Once they cleared the scene I went
into the home to retrieve the dog. The. dog was lying next to the deceased on the bed barking. I
was able to secure the dog with a control stick. .Once outside the dog was friendly and I was able
to handle with just a leash.
As I was bringing the dog to my vehicle I spoke with a second son Josh Hansen. He informed me
that they were able to pay the release fee for me to take the dog. I spoke with Josh and informed
him that the dog could be put down. Josh thought it over and decided to tae the dog with him.
I went back into the house and looked for the cats but was unable to find any of them. I informed
Josh that if he does find them inside the house to try and trap them. I thanked Josh for his time
wished him a better day and cleared the call. JHK94
UPDATE: Josh brought the dog up to the shelter. He informed me that he brought the dog home
but it was growling at his kids and he didn't want anything to happen. Josh paid the $20.00 release
fee and cleared the shelter. Impound # 70285 JHK94
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:46:10PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID#
13010808 Mstr. ID#
Ent.'d By
Call Dt./Tm
Call Desc.
ADMIN
01/08/2013 4:24:OOPM Call Taker
Call Codes MISC 21
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone 208
Address
Apt/Unit
City / St POCATELLO
Zip Code I
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN Comment
Dispatch To
Address 1-15 @ 77
Apt/Unit
City
Disp. By
Dispatched
Responded
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed
Clear Code
ID
'lap Area Owner
SHLTR
01/08/2013 || 4:24:OOPM Off. K92
01/08/2013 || 4:41:OOPM Off. K92
Off.
Off.
01/08/2013 ||4:47:OOPM | Off. K92
CLS
^^ . L/F Name |HAWKER- ||ALLEN
Phone
Address
208 |[ _ 21 9-9357
325 W400 S
Apt/Unit
Ci ty/St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
BURLEY ID
. Map Area
SK303144F DOB 09/19/1967
Zip Code Map Area [ 21 | ' Gvt. Dist.
Animal Information
Family {DCEWX; D Sex(MFU) [F
Mix |N | Sp.Ne.(YN)[ u
Breed PIT
Breed 2 MIX
PetNm. BRANDY
Desc. BLUE COLLAR
Citation Issued'
Aggression
Date / Tiimt
Type (ABCX)
| Color 1 TAN DOB
| Color 2 WHT Age | 1
Rab.#
|Yr. 0 Mo. Lic.#
Eyes Age Cat.(1-5) 0 Iss. By
Ears Breed Size Chip#
Coat SHORT Weight 0 Rab.TestDt.
Tail LONG Dan. Cat. (0-5; | 0 Result P/N
Victim
L/F Name
Phone |208 |
Address
Apt/Unit
City / St F
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age | 61
OCATELLO [ ID |
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
Fid. Rec. ID#
12:46:11PM
13010808 Mstr. ID//
On 01/08/13 around 4:41 PM I arrived at ! 15 Mile Post 77 for a officer assist.
Upon my arrival I was told that there was a dog in a car and that they were arresting the owner.
I was able to secure the dog on a leash and put the dog in the truck for transport back to the
shelter. I obtained as much information as I could and cleared the call. FTK92 Impound # 70469
Upon my arrival the dog was placed in quarantine under protective custody. I was able to get a
hold of Bo Hawker the nephew of the owner and advised him that I was given his information from
his uncle and wanted to see if he could come get the dog and that his Uncle had been arrested.
Mr. Hawker told rne he would come get the dog and I advised him that he needed to call the
shelter and let us know when he planned on it or if anything came up that would prevent him from
doing so.
I thanked him for his time and cleared the call.
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:47:OOPM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID#
13022011 Mstr. ID//
Ent.'d By
Call Dt.ATm
Call Desc.
ADMIN
02/20/2013 9:38:OOAM Call Taker SHLTR
Call Codes MISC 21
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone 208
Address
Apt./Unit
City/St POCATELLO
Zip Code
Div. Lie.
Contact YN Comment
Dispatch To
Address I - 15@MP39
Apt/Unit
City
Zip Code
Disp. By
Dispatched
Respondec
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed
Clear Code
|ID |
Map Area Owner
DOB . ,c . .
L/F Name
Phone
Address '
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Map Area 21 Gvt. Dist.
SHLTR
02/20/2013 | j 9;38:OOAM
|02/20/2013 || 9:55:OOAM
Off. K96 |
Off. K96 |
Off.
Off.
|02/20/2013 | | 10:10:OOAM |
|CLS |
BAKER ||JENNIFE
916 ||532-5369
Off. K96
R .
PO BOX 642
ABERDEEN [ID I
Map Area
DOB
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX; [D~| Sex (MFU) [F
Mix [FT] Sp.Ne.(YN) [7
Breed |LAB
Breed 2
BAILEY PetNm.
Desc.
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date/Tiimt
Type (ABCX)
Color 1 CHOC
Color 2
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail
DOB
Age 0 Yr. 10
LONG
AgeCat(1-5) | 0
Breed Size
Weight
Dan.Cat (0-5;
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age
Mo.
Rab.#
Lic.#
Iss. By
Chip#
Rab.Test Dt.
Result P/N
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
Fid. Rec. ID#
12:47:01PM
13022011 Mstr. ID#
On 022013 at 0955 I responded to assist ISP on 1-15 @ MP 39. I arrived at MP 39 and contacted
ISP Troopers. The owner of the dog, Jennifer Baker had been taken into custody for DUI after
wreaking her car.
I spoke with Baker and advised her that the dog would be held for three working days. After
the three days the dog wouid become the City of Pocatello's property. She told me that a Tina
would be corning from Aberdeen to get her dog "BAILEY". I advised her that the shelter closes at
1700 hours. Any time after that and the dog would have to be picked up the next day. She said
she understood this and will gat Tina to pick the dog up today.
The dog was placed in the back of the truck and transported to the shelter and placed
under Protective Custody. !MP#
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:47:35PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 13032107 Mstr. !D#
Ent.'d By
Call Dt/Trn
Call Desc.
Call Codes
ADMIN
03/21/2013 2:24:OOPM Cai Taker DG
CONTAINED
DAL
ELDER
208
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt/Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv..Lic. . . .
Contact YN
Dispatch To
Address
Apt/Unit
City
Zip Code
232-5004
8353 GATHE
POCATELLO
Comment
8353 GATHE
GLEN
Map Area
DOB
ID
21
Map Area 21
Activity
Disp. By
Dispatched
Responded
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed
DG
03/21/2013
03/21/2013
03/21/2013
|| 2:24:OOPM
| | 2:43:OOPM
|| 2:52:OOPM
Off.
Off.
Off.
Off.
Off.
Clear Code CLS
Owner
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt/Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Gvt. Dist.
SPRINGFIELD
208 |[24T-18Q9
168 TEAKWOOD
POCATELLO
SHIRLEY
Map Area
DOB
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX; [5] Sex(MFU) [F
Mix [Y~| Sp.Ne.(YN)[Y~
Breed CHI
Breed 2
Pet Nm. IJEWELERY"
Desc.
Color 1 |BRN
col or2 IBLK
Eyes
Ears
Coat [LONG
Tail [LONG
Mo.
AgeCat.(1-5}
Breed Size
Weight |
Dan.Cat. (0-5] |jD
Rab.#
Lic.# [12
Iss. By
ALTA
7006
Chip# [QA133BOD4A
Rab.Test Dt
Result P/N
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date/Tiirm
Type (ABCX)
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt/Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
Fid. Rec. ID#
12:47:36PM
13032107 Mstr. ID#
On 032113 at 1443 hours I responded to a dog at large (CONTAINED) call at 8353 Gathe. The
dog was brought to the truck by the RP and impounded. The dog was wearing a current tag and
microchip tag. When I called the shelter for owner information was advised to just bring the dog to
the shelter due to the owners were on their way to the shelter to release the dog.
The dog was transported to the shelter for further processing. IMP#
Prior to leaving the area I was contacted by the owner of the dog, Shirley Springfield. She
said that she wanted the dog and would like to take it to the shelter for release. I obtained all
owner and dog information and again cleared the call. I notified the shelter that Springfield had the
dog and would be bring her to the shelter.'
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:47:54PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 13040213 Mstr. ID#
Ent.'dBy ADMIN
Call Dt./Tm 04/02/2013
Calf Desc.
8:54:OOAM Call Taker SHLTR
Call Codes -45CT 21
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone 208
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St POCATELLO
Disp. By SHLTR
Dispatched 04/02/2013 || 8:54
Responded [04/02/201 3 ~|| 8:58.
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed 04/02/2013 || 9:05:
Clear Code CLS
||D |
00AM Off. K96
00AM | Off. K96
Off.
Off.
00AM Off. K96
Zip Code Map Area Owner
Drv. Lie. DOB , . . _ . .
. L/F Name
Contact YN Comment phone |^^
Dispatch To
Address 6300 BL S 57
Apt./Unit
City
Zip Code
Address
Apt./Unit
H City/St POCATELLO
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Map Area |21 | Gvt. Dist.
|lD |
Map Area
DOB
DSH
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX;[c] Sex(MFU)
Mix [Y~| Sp.Ne.(YN)
Breed
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Desc.
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date /Tiirm
Type (ABCX)
Color 1 BLK
Color 2 WH"
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail LON
DOB
r Age 1 Y
AgeCat.(1-5
Breed Size
Weight
G Dan. Cat. (0-
Victim
L/F Name
Phone |208
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St PO
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
RabJ
r. 0| Mo. Lic.#
} | OJ Iss. By
Chip#
0 Rab.TestDt.
5; [j) Result P/N
]
3ATELLO | ID |
Map Area
DOB
Age I OJ Sex Race
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:47:55PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 13040213 Mstr. ID//
On 040213 at 0858 hours I responded to a 10-45 Cat call in the 6300 block of S. 5th (COUNTY).
The message was left on the shelter machine with no phone number or RP information.
The cat was located in the south bound lanes of S. 5th in the 6300 block of S. 5th. The cat
was scanned (NO CHIP FOUND), photographed (SEE ATTACHED PHOTO), placed in the back
of the truck and transported to the shelter for proper disposal.
Printed On 07/19/2014
1:25:02PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID#
13040810 Mstr. ID#
Ent.'d By
Call Dt./Tm
Call Desc.
Call Codes
Complai
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt/Unit
City / St
ADMIN
|04/08/2013 Ca
ONEIDA PIT BULL RESCUE
MISC ||21
nant
208 |
POCATELLO
I Taker | MR
Activity
Disp. By |MR
Dispatched 04/08/2013 | Off. MR |
Responded Off.
Backup Off. Off.
Follow-up Off.
Completed Off.
Clear Code |CLS
ID
Zip Code Map Area Owner
DrV-Li C' - . DOB . L/FName
Contact YN . Comment phone j^g]
Dispatch To
Address
Apt/Unit
City
Zip Code
HOLBROOK
Address [
Apt/Unit
Ci ty/St POCATELLO |lD |
Zip Code Map Area
Drv. Lie. . DOB
Map Area |26 | . Gvt. Dist.
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX; Sex (MFU)
Mix Sp.Ne.(YN)
Breed
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Desc.
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date / Tiimt
Type (ABCX)
Color 1
Color 2
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail
DOB
Age | Q |
Rab.#
Yr.|~~Q
AgeCat.(1-5) | 0
Breed Size
Weight
Dan. Cat {(
Mo. Lic.#
Iss. By
Chip#
0
J-5' f~0
Rab.Test Dt
Result P/N
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt/Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age I 0
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Printed On 07/19/2014
1:25:02PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 13040810 Mstr. ID#
A crew of staff members and volunteers went to Holbrook Idaho to transport the 66 pit bull left at a
crime scene. The dogs were impounded and transported to Boise for holding at the Idaho
Humane Society. Mary Remer
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:48:20PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 13042708 Mstr. ID#
Ent.'d By
Call Desc.
ADMIN
04/27/2013 8:57:OOAM Call Taker PD
Call Codes |MISC 21
Activity
Disp. By PD
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone |208 |
Address
Apt/Unit
City / St POCATELLO
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN Comment
Dispatch To
Address |6301 S 5TH
Apt/Unit 12 |
City
Zip Code
Dispatched
Respondec
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed
Clear Code
ID
Map Area Owner
DOB . L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt/Unit
City / St |
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Map Area |21 | Gvt. Dist.
04/27/2013 ||_8:57:00,o
04/27/2013 || 9:1 0:00/=
[04/27/2013 || 10:04:00
|CLS |
M Off. |K92 |
M Off. JK92 |
Off.
Off.
\M Off. |K92 |
W ARE ' UROBERTA
208 ||233-4076
6301 S5TH
I
POCATELLO
I IID I
Map Area |21. |
DOB
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX; Sex (MFU)
Mix Sp.Ne.(YN)
Breed
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Desc.
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date / Tiirm
Type (ABCX)
Color 1
Color 2
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail
DOB
Age
AgeC
Breec
W eigt
Dan.C
0
at.(1
Size
it
;at. f
Yr.
-5)
0
0
0
D-5' fo
Rab.#
Mo. Lic.#
Iss, By
Chip#
Rab.Test Dt.
Result P/N
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt/Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age! 0
208
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:48:20PM
Field Activity Record
Fid, Rec. ID# 13042708 Mstr. ID#
nformation: 1)White/Tan Female 2 years old Named Dream 2)Tan Female 2 years old Named
Noka
On 04/27/13 around 9:10 AM I arrived at 6301 South 5th #12 to assist Bannock County.
Upon my arrival I met with Deputy Tayson and Nickel who said they were called out for two pit bull
dogs that were locked together and killing each other. I was shown the dogs that where secured in
the house and they were already apart. I used the control stick and secured the first injured pit bull
in the truck then when and got the other pit bull that was severally injured and secured her in the
truck as well.
I spoke with the owner Ms. Ware who said the dogs just started fighting and she couldn't get them
.apart. I asked her what she was going to do and she. said they needed to go to the vet and I
agreed they both needed medical treatment. I gave Ms. Ware the phone and had her call several
vets before Community Animal Hospital agreed to see them. I told Ms. Ware I would transport the
dogs for her but then after that she would have to figure it out and she said that was fine.
I cleared the resident and arrived at Community Animal Hospital where I spoke .with Ms. Ware
briefly and the animal tech, I was told by the tech that the White female pit was in heat and that's
why they had gotten into a fight. I then cleared the call. FT.K92
I
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:50:19PM
Ent.'dBy ADMIN
Call DUTm 07/04/2013 11:19:OOA
Call Desc.
Call Codes DAL ||21
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 13070403 Mstr. ID// 161,006
M Call Taker PD
Activity
Uisp. By PD
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone 208
Address
Apt/Unit
Ci ty/St - POCATELLO
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN Comment
Dispatch To
Address FAIRGROUNDS
Apt/Unit
City
Zip Code Ma
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX; |oj Sex (MFU)
Mix |7~] Sp.Ne.(YN)[
Breed GSH
Breed 2 MIX
PetNm. REX
Desc.
Citation Issued'
Aggress on
Date / Tiimt
Type (ABCX)
Dispatched 07/04/2013 ||11:19:OOAM | Off. K94
Responded [07/04/201 3 || 1 1 :26:OOAM Off. K94
Backup Off. Off.
Follow-up Off.
Completed |07/04/2013 ||11:34:OOAM Off. K94
Clear Code CLS
|ID |
Map Area Own<
DOB . ,e . .
L/F Na
Phone
Add res
Apt./Un
3r
ne |DYKMAN ||CHRIS
208 ||406-2954
s 1338 SARATOGA
it
Ci ty/St POCATELLO |lD |
Zip Code . Map Area |21 ~~|
Drv. Lie. DOB
pArea 21 Gvt Dist.
V I Color 1 GREY DOB
sj | Color 2 BLK Age
Rab.# |ALP
4 Yr. 0 Mo. Lic.#
Eyes AgeCat.(1- 5) 0 Iss. By
Ears Breec Size Chip# OA11446A27
Coat Weight | pj Rab.Test Dt.
Tail Dan.Cat. (0-5; |~o] Result P/N
V ictim
L/F Name
Phone |208 |
Address
Apt/Unit
City / St POCATELLO |lD |
Zip Code Map Area
Drv. Lie. DOB
Age 0 Sex Race
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:50:20PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 13070403 Mslr. ID#
On 7-04-13 around 11:16 am, I arrived at the Bannock County Fairgrounds for a contained dog.
The reporting party stated that the dog was running from trailer to trailer. He stated that he spoke
with several people but no one owned him.
The dog had collar, expired tags and chip. I was unable to contact the shelter for owner
information. The dog was placed into my vehicle and transported to the shelter. Impound # 72367
JHK94
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:50:43PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 13073007 Mslr. ID//
Ent.'d By
Gail Dt./Tm
Call Desc.
ADMIN
07/30/2013 10:30:OOAM Gail Taker JP
Call Codes DAL 21
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN
WPC
208 11380-9398
RIO VISTA
POCATELLO
Comment
Dispatch To
Address | RIO VISTA"
Apt./Unit
City
Zip Code
ERIC
Map Area
. DOB
ID
21
Map Area
JP
07/30/2013 10:30:OOAM
Activity
Disp. By
Dispatched
Responded |Q7/30/2013 |plO:43:OOAM
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed |Q7/3Q/2013 ||1Q:51:OOAM
Clear Code
Owner
L/F Name
CLS
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Gvt. Dist.
POCATELLO ID
Map Area
DOB
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX; [5~| Sex (MFU) [F
Mix [Y~| Sp.Ne.(YN)
j
Breed LAB
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Desc.
MIX
Color 1 CHOC
Color 2
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail
DOB
Age 0 Yr. ~~b"1 Mo.
AgeCat.(1-5)
Breed Size
Weight
Dan.Cat. (0-5]
Rab.#
Lic.#
Iss. By
Chip#
Rab.Test DL
Result P/N
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date / Tiirm
Type (ABCX)
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:50:44PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID#
13073007 Mstr. ID//
On 7-30-13 around 10:43 am, I arrived at WPC for a contained dog. The employee found the dog
running around the plant.
The dog had no identification on her. She was placed into my vehicle and transported to the
shelter. Impound # 72657 JHK94
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:50:51PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 13080208 Mstr. ID#
Ent.'d By
Call Dt./Tm
Call Desc.
ADMIN
08/02/2013 8:35;OOAM Call Taker PD
Gail Codes DAL |21
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone 208
Address
Apt./Unit
City/St POCATELLO ; ;
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN Comment
Dispatch To
Address EXIT 73 & 1-15 ARE
Apt./Unit
City
Zip Code
Disp. By
Dispatched
Responded
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed
Clear Code
ID
Map Area Owner
DOB . ,._ . .
L/F Name
Phone
Address
PD
08/02/2013 .||8:35:OOAM Off. |K91 |
08/02/2013 ||8:45:OOAM Off. K91 I
Off.
Off.
08/02/2013 ||9:15:OOAM Off. K91 |
CLS
208
Apt./Unit.
A City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Map Area 21 Gvt. Dist.
POCATELLO ID
Map Area
DOB
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX; Sex (MFU)
Mix Sp.Ne.(YN)
Breed
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Desc.
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date / Tiimt
Type (ABCX)
Color 1
Color 2
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail
DOB
Age
AgeC
Breed
Weig
Dan.C
0
at.(1
Size
it
Jat. (
Yr.
-5)
0
0
0
D-5' IT
Rab.#
Mo. Lic.#
Iss. By
Chip#
Rab.Test Dt.
Result P/N
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt/Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age! 0
208
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:50:52PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 13080208 Mstr. ID#
I responded to 115 MP 73 to assist the Idaho State Police with a loose dog.
Upon arrival, I met with Officer Sellers and we attempted to capture the loose black lab from about
mile post 72 to the Chubbuck interchange. The dog would run from us and avoid capture. Due
to safety concerns, Officer Sellers then decided to disengage and hope the dog works its way off
the Chubbuck off ramps. We then cleared and I requested dispatch advised Chubbuck of the
situation. TM
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:51:08PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# [ 13083101 Mstr. ID#
Ent.'d By
Call Dt/Tm
Call Desc.
Call Codes
Complair
L/F Name
ADMIN
08/31/2013 ||10:54:OOAM Call Taker MR
DAL ||21 Activity
Disp. By MR
Dispatched 08/31/2013 J|10:54:OOAM Off. |MR
iant Responded Off.
Backup Off. Off.
Phone 208 Follow-up Off.
Address
Apt/Unit
Completed Off.
Clear Code CLS
Ci ty/St POCATELLO ID .
Zip Code
Drv, Lie.
Contact YN
Dispatch
Address
Apt/Unit
City
Zip Code
Map Area Owner
' L/F Name ABRASZEWSKI ||l_EE
Comment Phone 208 |705-0600
Address RAPID CREEK
To Apt./Unit
S5TH COUNTY JAIL AREA | Ci ty/St INKOM |lD |
Zip Code 83245 Map Area
Drv. Lie. DOB
Map Area |21 | Gvt. Dist.
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX; |D | Sex(MFU)| M | Colon TRI DOB Rab.#
Mix
Sp.Ne.(YN)|Y | Color 2 Age | 9| Yr. 0 Mo. Lic.#
Breed GSH Eyes Age Cat.(1-5) 0 Iss. By
Breed 2 MIX Ears Breed Size Chip # OA1 0025F33
PetNm. SCOUT Coat Weight 0 Rab.TestDt.
Desc. Tail Dan.Cat. (0-5; f"o] Result P/N
Victim
Citation Issued' L/F Name
Phone |208 |
Aggression
Date /Tiimt
Address
Apt./Unit
Type(ABCX) City/St POCATELLO |lD |
Zip Code Map Area
Drv. Lie. DOB
Age 0 Sex Race
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:51:09PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 13083101 Mstr. iD#
I was asked to come to the marathon to pick up a dog that was following the runners. ! headed
south on south 5th and found the dog just past Baileys Auto and before the sheriffs department,
took him back to the shelter and called the owner from the microchip he had. She was out of
towm but would ahve a friend come get him.
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:51:19PM
Ent.'d By [ADMIN
Gail Dt./Trr,
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 13090301 Mslr. I D#
09/03/2013 4:59:OOPM Call Taker
RUNNING AT LARGE
DG
Call Codes JDAL |
ML-LIVIiy
Disp . By |DG |
Disp atched 09/03/2013 Off.
Comp lainant
L/F Name
Phone 208
Address
Ap t./Unit
City / St POCATELLO
Zip Code
Drv. Lie. . . .
Contact YN Comment I PID
Resp onded Off.
Backup Off. Off.
Follow-up Off.
Comp leted 09/03/2013 Off.
Clear Code [cLs |
ID
Map Area 21 Owner
DOB , /p
<E D ' UPTHE D OG p hr
Name DESCAMPS . ||QUINN . |R
ne 208 ||604-1038
. ' Address- 5488 SO 5TH
Disp atch To
Address 1-15 NORTH BOUND
Ap t./Unit
City POCATELLO
Zip Code 83204
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX; [p~| Sex (MFU
Mix Sp .Ne.(YN
Breed LAB
Breed 2
PetNm. BUFORD
Desc.
Citation Issued1 |N |
Aggression
Date / Tiimf
Typ e (ABCX)
Ap t./Unit
NEAR CENTURY City /St POCATELLO ||D |
Zip
Drv
Vlap Area [21 | Gvt
Code 83204 Map Area [21 |
Lie. DA119399G DOB 12/12/1952
Dist.
|M | Color 1 YEL DOB Rab.#
)|Y | Color 2 Age 12 Yr. 0 Mo. Lic.#
Eyes Age Cat.(1-5) 0 Iss. By
Ears Breed Size Chip # NONE
Coat Weight 0 Rab.Test Dt.
Tail Dan.Cat. {0-5; | OJ Result P/N
Victim
L/F Name
Phone |208 |
Address
Ap t./Unit
City /St POCATELLO |lD |
Zip Code Map Area
Drv. Lie. DOB
Age 0 Sex Race
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
Fid. Rec. ID#
12:51:19PM
13090301 Mstr. ID//
09/03/2013
I received a call about a Yellow Lab with a coliar that was running on and off the freeway, the RP
said that he was on the 15 headed north bound near Century High School. K92 had 3 calls and
the rain was corning down pretty hard, I called ISP and they could not get out so I decided to go
out myself even though it was the county I couldn't leave him out there. I found him on the side of
the freeway right where the RP described and he came right to me and jumped in the kennel of
120, I transported him here and he had a tag with a name and phone # on it I called and Mr.
Deschamps answered and was greatfui that we had him, he paid the $35.00 fee and took Buford
home. DG
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:51:30PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 13090608 Mstr. ID#
Enl.'d By
Call Dt./Tm
Call Desc.
Call Codes
Complai
L/F Name
Phone
Address
ADMIN
09/06/2013 3:41:OOPM
DAL || 21
nant
AFFA AN
208 478-1744
BARTON
Apt/Unit
City / St POCATELLO
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Call Taker AS
Activity
Disp. By
Dispatched
Responded
ITA Backup Off.
Follow-up
| Completed
Clear Code
ID
Map Area [21 | Owner
DOB ' L/F Name t
AS
09/06/2013 || 3:41:OOPM
09/06/2013 || 3:57;OOPM
09/06/2013 || 4:02:OOPM
CLS
JKNESS jfPAXT
Off. K94
Off. K94
Off.
Off.
Off. K94
ON
Dispatch To
Address |8920 BARTON
Apt/Unit
City
Zip Code
5186 DAISY
Map Area 21
Phone [208 ||241-OQ45
Address
Apt./Unit
City/St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Gvt. Dist.
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
20
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX; [5] Sex(MFU) \ M _
Mix [7] Sp.Ne.(YN) [7
Breed RETRIEVER
Breed 2
Pet Nm. JDEWEY
Desc.
Color 1 IGOLD
Color 2
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail
DOB
Age 6 Yr.
AgeCat.(1-5)
Breed Size
Weight
Dan.Cat. (0-5' |~
Rab.#
I)] Mo. Lic.#
7)] Iss. By
Chip#
0 RabTestDt.
0 Result P/N
Citation Issued'
Aggression
Date / Tiimi
Type (ABCX)
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age | 0
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
Fid. Rec. ID#
12:51:32PM
13090608 Mstr. ID//
On 9-06-13 around 3:57 pm, I arrived at 8920 Barton for dog at large complaint. I was informed
that a golden retriever with tags was under the homeowner deck. I was informed that the dog was
just staying under the deck and not leaving the area.
Upon my arrival I contacted the homeowner on her deck next to the dog. The dog was never
under the deck according to the homeowner. She stated that the dog has been there for a few
hours and won't leave.
The dog had a 2011 License and an expired rabies tags. I did locate a chip and a personal license
with a phone number on it. I placed the dog into my vehicle and gave the number to the shelter.
Judy contacted the dog's owner while I transported the dog to shelter. Impound # 73082 JHK94
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:51:55PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 13091007 Mstr. ID#
Ent.'d By
Call Dt./Tm
Call Desc.
Call Codes
ADMIN
09/10/2013 || 1:37:OOPM
CONTAINED
DAL ||21
Call Taker SHLTR
Activity
Disp. By JSHLTR
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone 208
Address 2065 BARTON
AptAJnit
Ci t y/St POCATELLO
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN Comment
Dispatch To
Address 2065 BARTON
Apt./Unit
City
Zip Code ME
Dispatchec |09/10/2013 ||1:37:OOPM Off
Responded |09/10/2013 || 1:46:OOPM Off
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed
Clear Code
! ID I
Map Area 21 Owner
DOB . ,,.-..
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt/Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
pArea 21 Gvt. Dist.
K94
K94
Off.
Off.
09/10/2013 || 1:50:OOPM Off
CLS
BROWER |[TERRY
208 J221-6510
K94
2171 BARTON
POCATELLO
Map Area
DA148168G DOB
&
05/02/1947
:>CEWX; |D | Sex(MFU) |F | Color 1 WhT
Sp.Ne.(YN) Color 2
JRT
MIX
NO COLLAR/NO TAG
Eyes
Ears
Coat CUF
| Tail
r DOB
Age | 4|Yr.
AgeCat.(1-5)
Breed Size
vLY Weight |
Dan.Cat. (0-5;
0
0
0
|~0
Animal Information
Family (
Mix
Breed
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Desc.
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date / Tiirm
Type (ABCX )
NONE
Mo.
Rab.#
Lic.#
Iss. By
chip# [NONE
Rab.Test Dt.
Result P/N
NONE
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
Ci t y/St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Printed On 07/19/2014
12:51:57PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. 1D# 13091007 Mstr. ID#
On 9-10-13 around 1:46 pm, I arrived at 2065 Baton Road f or a contained dog. The reporting
party stated that dog followed her off of Barton but she had no idea who owned her.
The dog had no identification at all She was placed into my vehicle and transported to the shelter.
Impound #73135 JHK94
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
Ent.'d By
Call DUTm
Call Desc.
Call Codes
Complai
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt/Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN
1:04:04PM Fid. Rec. ID# 13091910 Mstr. ID// 164,445
ADMIN
09/19/2013 10:18:OOAM Call Taker SHLTR |
CONTAINED ,. ..
21 *
Disp. By SHLTR
Dispatched 09/19/2013 ||10:18:OOAM Off. |JM |
nanl Responded 09/19/2013 ||10:40:OOAM Off. |JM |
BLACK MICHELLE Backup Off. Off.
208 1 1840-0745 Follow-up Off.
2831 PORTNEUF Completed 09/19/2013 |J11:05:OOAM Off. JM
Clear Code CLS
POCATELLO ID |
Map Area 21 Owner
DOB ' L/F Name
CumilleMl Phone 208
Address . '
Dispatch To Apt/Unit
Address
Apt./Unit
City
Zip Code
2831 PORTNEUF City/St POCATELLO ||D |
Zip Code . Map Area
Drv. Lie. DOB
Map Area |21 | Gvt. Dist.
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX; |D | Sex(MFU) M Color 1 LIVER DOB Rab.#
Mix |Y_
Breed PC
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Desc.
Sp.Ne.(YN) Y Color 2 WHT | Age | 5|Yr.| 0 Mo. Lic.#
3I-GERM SH Eyes Age Cat.(1-5) | 0 Iss. By
Ears Breed Size Chip #
Coat [SHORT | Weight | pj Rab.Test Dt.
Tail (SHORT | Dan.Cat. {0-5; PC] Result P/N
Victim
Citation Issued L/F Name
Phone |208 |
Aggression
Date / Tiirru
Address
Apt/Unit
Type(ABCX) City/St POCATELLO | |lD |
Zip Code Map Area
Drv. Lie. DOB
Age 0| Sex Race
Field Activity Record
Printed On' 07/19/2014
1:04:04PM
Fid. Rec. ID# 13091910 Mslr. ID#
AT10:18AM I RESPONDED TO 2831 PORTNEUF TO A CONTAINED DOG. THE RP
REPORTED TO ME THAT THE DOG HAD ATTACKED HER CAT. THE CATS INJURIES
WERE TERMINAL THE RP SIGNED THE CAT OVER AND I SECURED THE DOG AND
RETURNED TO THE SHELTER. JM
Printed On 07/19/2014
1;04:52PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 13111605 Mstr. ID#
Ent.'d By
Call Dt./Tm
Call Desc.
ADMIN
11/16/2013 1:31:OOPM
Call Codes CAT 21
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt/Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN
208
5723 S5TH
9
POCATELLO
H
Map Area
DOB
Comment
Dispatch To
Address |5723 S 5TH
Apt./Unit
City
Zip Code
9
Activity
Disp. By
Dispatched
Responded
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed
Clear Code
Owner
L/F Name
SHLTR
11/16/2013 || 1:31:OOPM
Map Area 21
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
Ci t y/ St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Gvt. Dist.
11/16/2013
CLS
| 1:35:OOPM
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX; Sex (MFU)
Mix Sp.Ne.(YN)
Breed
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Desc.
Color 1
Color 2
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail
DOB
Age | o]Yr. |
AgeCat.(1-5) |
Breed Size
Weight
Dan.Cat. {0-5;
Mo.
Rab.#
Lic.#
Iss. By
Chip#
Rab.Test Dt.
Result P/N
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date / Tiimt
Type (ABCX)
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Printed On 07/19/2014
1:04:53PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 13111605 Mstr. ID#
I responded to 5723 South 5th # 9 per shelter request to pick up two stray cats captured by the
tenant.
Upon arrival, I met with the reporting party and she gave me the two below listed cats that she
found loose by her apartment
I cleared and transported the cats to the shelter for further processing.
1. M black DSH 7 M IMP# 73900
2. F DSH Torti 7 M IMP# 73899
Printed On 07/19/2014
1:05:12PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. !D# 13121206|
Ent.'d By
Call Dt.ATm
Call Desc.
12/12/2013 5:00:OOPM Call Taker SHLTR
Call Codes SICK ;
Complainant
L/FName PHELPS
Phone 208 | [25
Address
Apt/Unit
Ci ty/St POCATEL
> 1 | "J
Disp. By SHLTR
Dispatched 12/12/2013
Responded 12/12/2013
HSHAW N [ Backu p off.
-5631 Follow-u p
| Completed 12/12/2013
Clear Code CIS
LO |lD |
5:00:OOPM Off. |K94 |
5:15:OOPM Off. |K94 |
Off.
Off.
5:28:OOPM Off. K94 |
Zip Code Map Area [21 | Owner
Drv- Lic- . ' DOB L/F Name
Contact YN Comment phone . r^|
Dispatch To
Address GA T HE/
Apt/Unit
City
Zip Code
Address |
Apt./Unit
^REA City / St |POCATELLO
. Zip Code
Drv. Lic.
Map Area [21 | Gvt. Dist.
|lD |
Map Area
DOB
Animal Information
Family (DCEW X; Sex (MFU)
Mix Sp.Ne.(YN)
Breed
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Desc.
Citation Issu ed
Aggression
Date / Tiim<
Type (ABCX)
Color 1
Color 2
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail
DOB
Age 0
Age Cat.(1
Rab.#
Yr. ~~o] Mo. Lic.#
-5) | Q| Iss. By
Breed Size Chips
W eight | Q | Rab.TestDt.
Dan. Cat. (0-5; [~o| Resu lt P/N
Victim
L/F Name
Phone [2
Address
Apt/Unit
Ci t y/ St P
Zip Code
Drv. Lic.
Age 0
08~|
OCATELLO [15 |
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
Fid. Rec. ID#
1:05:12PM
13121206 Mslr. ID#
On 12-12-13 around 5:15 prn, I arrived on Gathe for an injured dog. The reporting party Shawn
Phelps informed rne that he saw a GSH type dog walk up the fenced off roadway west of Gathe.
He stated that the dog appeared to be limping on its hind leg.
I could see the paw prints in the snow where the dog had walked to. The area was blocked off by
a secured gate and led into the county.
I informed Shawn that I was unable to follow the dog because of the locked gate. I informed him
that I would try to drive up the road tomorrow and see if the'dog comes back in the area. I thanked
Shawn for calling and explained there wasn't anything I could do. Shawn thanked me and left the
area. I waited in the area for a few more minutes to see if the dog would return. When it didn't I
cleared the call. JHK94
Printed On 07/19/2014
1:12:07PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 1 4 0 1 1 6 1 0 Mstr. ID#
Ent.'d By
Call Dt.rfm
ADMIN
01/16/2014 12:35:OOPM Call Taker DG
Call Desc.
Call Codes SICK 21
Complainant
Disp. By DG
Dispatched 01/16/2014 j[l_
Responded 01/16/2014 ][T
L/FNarne |SAMANTHA | Backup Off.
Phone |208 1 1705-6531
Address |6301 S 5TH
ApUUnit
city/st IPOCATELLO
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN Comment
Dispatch To
Address 6301 S 5TH
Apt/Unit 1
City
Zip Code M
Follow-up
Completed 01/16/2014 |[_
Clear Code CIS |
, D |
Map Area [21 | Owner
D0& ' L/F Name
Phone [208 |
Address . '
ApUUnit
Ci ty/St POCATELLO
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
apArea 21 Gvt. Dist. .
2:35:OOPM Off. K91 |
2:40:OOPM Off. K91 |
Off.
Off.
:00:OOPM | Off. K91
|lD |
Map Area
DOB
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX; [c~| Sex (MFD)
Mix [7~| Sp.Ne.(YN)
Breed |DLH ]
Breed 2
PetNm.
Desc. [ADULT
Color 1
Color 2
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail
WHT
Citation issued1
Aggression
Date / Tiirm
Type (ABCX)
DOB
Age | o]Yr.
AgeCat.(1-5)
Breed Size
Weight
Dan.Cat. (0-5;
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age | 0
OMo .
Rab.#
Lic.#
Iss. By
Chip#
Rab.Test Dt.
Result P/N
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
Fid. Rec. ID#
1:12:08PM
14011610 Mstr. ID#
I responded to 6301 South 5th near trailer # 1 for a report of a white fluffy cat hit car a car and
possibly injured in the area.
Upon arrival, I met with the reporting party that was driving had last seen the cat. She showed me
the area of where she last seen the cat and stated the cat could run but appeared injured. I
searched the area around some of the trailers and a field near by and I was not able to locate the
cat. I attempted contact at the trailer court managers trailer but found no one there and I cleared
without further. TM
Printed On 07/19/2014
1:14:21 PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 14031306 Mstr. ID#
Ent.'dBy ADMIN
Call Dt./Tm
Call Desc.
Call Codes
Complai
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie. .
Contact YN
Dispatct
Address
Apt./Unit
City
Zip Code
|03/13/2014 10:20:OOAM
W/3 KITTENS
CAT | 21
nant
KER R ||SGT
208 ||277-7175 |
10714 FAIR GOUND
POCATELLO
Call Taker |SHLTR |
Disp. By SHLTR
Dispatched 03/13/2014 ||
R esponded 03/13/2014 |[
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed 03/13/2014 |
Clear Code CLS
| |ID |
10:20:OOAM | Off. K94 |
10:54:OOAM Off. K94 |
Off.
Off.
10:54:OOAM | Off. K94
Map Area |21 | Owner.
DOB L/F Name .
Comment Phone |I58 |
iTo
10714 FAIR GR OUND
Address
Apt./Unit
Ci ty/St POCATELLO
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Map Area |21 | Gvt. Dist.
|lD |
Map Area
DOB
Animal Information
Family (
Mix
Breed
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Desc.
Citation Issued1
Aggression
Date / Tiirm
Type (ABCX)
)CEWX;| C| Sex(MFU) |F | Color 1 BLK
Sp.Ne.(YN) Color 2 WHT
DSH | Eyes
Ears
Coat
MOM W/3 KITTENS Tail
DOB
r Age 0 Yr. 0
AgeCat.(1-5) 0
Breed Size
Weight | 0
Dan.Cat. (0-5; Q)
Rab.#
Mo. Lic.#
Iss. By
Chip#
R ab.Test Dt.
Result P/N
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Sex R ace
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
Fid. Roc. !D#
1:14:21PM
14031306 Mstr. ID//
On 3-13-14 around 10:40 am, I arrived at the National Guard building on Fairground Road fora
mother cat and kittens inside a Guard vehicle.
Upon my arrival I was taken to a Hummer where the mother cat was in the back seat with her
three kittens. The kittens are only about a week or so old and still have their eyes closed.
I was able to remove the mother with cat tongs and place her into a carrier. The three kittens were
then placed inside the carrier with the mother. All four cats were then transported to the shelter.
Impound # 74688 JHK94
ADOPTED
Printed On 07/19/2014
1:14:31 PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 14031909
Mstr. ID#
Ent.'d By
Call Dt./Tm
Call Desc.
Call Codes I-45CT
ADMIN
03/19/2014 5:48:OOPM Call Taker PD
21
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone 208
Address
Apt/Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Comment
Dispatch To
Address | l-15&Mp7o~
Apt/Unit
City
Zip Code Map Area 21
Activity
Disp. By PD
Dispatched [03/19/2014
Responded
Backup Off.
Follow-up
5:48:OOPM
Owner
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt/Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Gvt. Dist.
I208
03/29/2014 || 5:57:OOPM
CIS
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX; [c~| Sex (MFD)
Mix [Y~] Sp.Ne.(YN)
Breed [SIAMESE ~[
Breed 2 [pSH ~[
Pet Nm.
Desc.
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date / Tiimt
Type (ABCX)
DOB
Age
AgeC
Breec
Weigt
Dan.C
3
at.(1
Size
it
at. (
Yr.
-5)
~O]MO.
a
0
} -s; fo
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age
POCATELLO
Rab.#
Lic.#
Iss. By
Chi p#
Rab.Test Dt.
Result P/N
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Printed On 07/19/2014
1:14:32PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 14031909 Mstr. ID//
On 031914 at 1748 hours while responding to another call, I observed a 10-45 cat in the north
bound lanes of 1-15 at mile post 70.
The cat was photographed (SEE ATTACHED PHOTO), scanned (NO CHIP FOUND),
placed in the back of the truck and transported to the shelter for proper disposal.
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
1:14:45PM Fid. Rec. 1D# 14040301 Mstr. ID//
Call Dt/Tm 04/03/2014 12:15:OOPM
Call Desc.
Call Codes -45CT 21
Complainant
L/F Name
Phone [208 |
Address F
Apt/Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Contact YN
Dispatch To
Address
Apt./Unit
City
Zip Code
Comment
4322 NOLD HIGHWAY 91
Activity
Disp. By
Dispatched
Responded |04/03/2Q14 ~~|| 12:15:OOPM"
Backup Off.
Follow-up
Completed
Clear Code
04/03/2014 ||12:18:OOPM
CIS
Map Area 21
Owner
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Gvt. Dist.
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Animal Information
Family (DCEWX) [c] Sex (MFU)
Sp.Ne.(YN) Mix
Breed
Breed 2
Pet Nm.
Desc.
Y
DSH
Color 1 BLK
Color 2
Eyes
Ears
Coat
Tail
DOB
Age Yr.
AgeCat.(1-5)
Breed Size
Weight
Dan.Cat. (0-5]
Mo.
Rab.#
LicJ
Iss. By
Chip#
Rab.Test Dt.
Result P/N
Citation Issued
Aggression
Date /Tiimt
Type (ABCX)
Victim
L/F Name
Phone
Address
Apt./Unit
City / St
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Age
POCATELLO
Map Area
DOB
Sex Race
Printed On 07/19/2014
1:14:45PM
Field Activity Record
Fid. Rec. ID# 14040301 Mstr. ID#
On 4-3-14 around 12:15 pm, I came across a dead cat on S 5th on front of the Bannock County
Jail. The body was badly injured and I was unable to get the age or gender. The body parts were
placed into a bag and transported to the shelter freezer. JHK94
Printed On 07/19/2014
1;15:34PM
Field Activity Record
Fi d. Rec. ID# 14051508 Mstr.
Ent'd By ADMIN
Call Dt/Tm 05/15/2014 ||T
Call Desc.
Call Codes MISC 21
Complainant
L/F Name BCSO
Phone 208
Address 4322 N OLD HIC
Apt/Unit
City/St POCATELLO
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Contact YN Comment.
Dispatch To
Address 4322 N OLD HIC
Apt/Unit
City
Zip Code
Animal Information
26:OOPM | Call Taker SHLTR
, Activitv
Disp. By SHLTR
Dispatched 05/15/2014
Responded 05/15/2014
Backup Off.
Follow-up
HWAY91 Completed 05/15/2014
Clear Code CLS
|ID |
Map Area [21 | Owner
UWD L/F Name PANNEL .
Phone 208 ||242-6
Address 651 W SHERIV
Apt/Unit 2
pHWAY 91 City / St POCATELLO
Zip Code
Drv. Lie.
Map Area |21 | Gvt. Dist.
Family (DCEWX;[pJ Sex(MFU) |M | Color 1 |BLK | DOB
Mix [S7"! Sp.Ne.(YN) [Y~~| Color 2 |WHT | Age [ 5~]Yr.[ 5] Mo.
Breed LAB
Breed 2
PetNm. DAX
Desc.
Citation Issued1
Aggression
Date /Tiimt
Type (ABCX)
Eyes AgeCat.(1-5) 0|
Ears Breed Size
Coat Weight 0
Tail LONG Dan.Cat. (0-5; |~0
Victim
L/F Name
Phone |208 |
Address
Apt/Unit
City / St POCATELLO
|4:26:OOPM Off. |K96
4:34:OOPM Off. |K96
Off.
Off.
1 4:53:OOPM Off. K96
HEIDI .
45
AN
|lD |
Map Area [21 ]
DOB
Rab.#
Lic.#
Iss. By
Chip#
Rab.Test Dt.
Result P/N
|lD |
Zip Code Map Area
Drv. Lie. DOB
Age o] Sex Race
Field Activity Record
Printed On 07/19/2014
Fid. Rec. ID#
1:15:35PM
14051508 Mslr. ID//
On 051514 at 1634 hours I arrived at BCSO to contact Heidi Pannel and ask to surrender her dog
"DAX".
I was able to contact Pannel and advised what was happing with her dog. She said that she
did want to sign the dog over.
The surrender agreement was filled out and signed by Pannel. One thing she did mention was
that the chip number will come back to the old owner because she did not call the chip company
for a change of ownership.
A copy of the surrender agreement was issued to her and the call cleared.
Exhibit D
CITY OF AMERICAN FALLS
550 North Oregon Trail
American Falls, Idaho 83211
July 24, 2014
(208)226-2569
(208) 226-2548 (FAX)
David Swindell
Chief Financial Officer
City of Pocatello
P.O. Box 4169
Pocatello, Idaho 83205
Dear Dave:
This letter is in response to your correspondence referencing the question: Does the City of American Falls
have a record of any payment to the City of Pocatello, or any other person / entity in connection with the
attached work order?
These work orders show a date of 7/25/2011 - 7/26/2011 for chip sealing. The City of American Falls has no
record of any payment made to the City of Pocatello or any other person or connection with the same for the
work orders that were attached to your letter.
Sincerely,
v_>
Robyn Herndon
City Clerk/Treasurer
(208) 226-2569 Email: afcity@co.power.id,.us
KELLER
associ at es
"Where the sun shines in every window"
POCAiELLO Cf TY CLER'
neceivaDJ.es Inquiry
16:04:56
Customer ID . .
Last statement
Last invoice
Current balance
Pending . . . .
468
6/30/14
6/27/11
.00
.00
Name: AMERICAN FALLS, CITY OF
Addr: 550 NORTH OREGON TRAIL
AMERICAN FALLS, ID 83211
A ACTIVE TRAFFIC DEPT CUSTOMERS
Charge code : TF002
Transaction date . . . : 6/27/11
Quantity : 1.00
Original amount . . . . : 640.00
Amount unpaid : .00
Aging control : CUR CURRENT
Posting priority . . . : 50
Reference number . . . :
Original billing date . : 0/00/00
Description : TRAFFIC/SALE OF SUPPLIES
Comment : TRAFFIC PAINT
Invoice this charge . . : Y
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Miscej..Laneous Receivables Inquiry 16:04:39
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Customer ID ... 468 Name: AMERICAN FALLS, CITY OF
Last statement . 6/30/14 Addr: 550 NORTH OREGON TRAIL
Last invoice . . 6/27/11 AMERICAN FALLS, ID 83211
Current balance . .00
Pending .00 A ACTIVE TRAFFIC DEPT CUSTOMERS
Charge code : TF002
Transaction date . . . : 5/26/11
Quantity : 1.00
Original amount . . . . : 3,595.00
Amount unpaid : .00
Aging control : CUR CURRENT
Posting priority . . . : 50
Reference number . . . : 28235
Original billing date . : 0/00/00
Description : TRAFFIC/SALE OF SUPPLIES
Comment : PAINT SUPPLIES SOLD:
Invoice this charge . . : Y
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\-uBi-omer t,narge wise Xntormation Inquiry 16:04:47
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Customer ID : 468 AMERICAN FALLS, CITY OF
Charge code : TF002 TRAFFIC/SALE OF SUPPLIES
Keep misc charge info after printing : Y Y=Yes, N=No
Seq# Miscellaneous charge information
1.00 250 GAL- WHITE TRAFFIC PAINT $1467.50
2.00 250 GAL- YELLOW TRAFFIC PAINT $1487.50
3.00 2000 LBS GLASS BEADS FOR PAINTING $ 640.00
4.00 TOTAL = $3595.00
5.00 P.O. # 28235
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15:52:14
Customer ID ... 468 Name: AMERICAN FALLS, CITY OF
Last statement . 9/27/13 Addr: 550 NORTH OREGON TRAIL
Last invoice . . 9/27/13 AMERICAN FALLS, ID 83211
Current balance . .00
Pending .00 A ACTIVE STREET DEPT CUSTOMERS
Charge code : ST004
Transaction date . . . : 4/02/12
Quantity : 1.00
Original amount . . . . : 1,293.30
Amount unpaid : .00
Aging control : CUR CURRENT
Posting priority . . . : 50
Reference number . . . : 032312
Original billing date . : 0/00/00
Description : STREET/SALE OF SUPPLIES
Comment : 2700 Ibs cracksealing mat
Invoice this charge . . : Y
Press Enter to continue.
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inquiry 15:52:24
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Customer ID : 468 AMERICAN FALLS, CITY OF
Charge code : ST004 STREET/SALE OF SUPPLIES
Keep misc charge info after printing : Y Y=Yes, N=No
Seq# Miscellaneous charge information
1.00 2,700 LBS OF CRACKSEALING RUBBER MATERIAL PURCHASE FROM
2.00 CRAFCO, INC. (.479 PER LB.)
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Customer ID ... 468 Name: AMERICAN FALLS, CITY OF
Last statement . 9/27/13 Addr: 550 NORTH OREGON TRAIL
Last invoice . . 9/27/13 AMERICAN FALLS, ID 83211
Current balance . .00
Pending .00 A ACTIVE STREET DEPT CUSTOMERS
Charge code : ST004
Transaction date . . . : 3/04/13
Quantity : 1.00
Original amount . . . . : 112.50
Amount unpaid : .00
Aging control : CUR CURRENT
Posting priority . . . : 50
Reference number . . . : 022013
Original billing date . : 0/00/00
Description : STREET/SALE OF SUPPLIES
Comment : SALT BRINE FOR WINTER
Invoice this charge . . : Y
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Customer ID : 468 AMERICAN FALLS, CITY OF
Charge code : ST004 STREET/SALE OF SUPPLIES
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Seg# Miscellaneous charge information
1.00 375 GALLONS OF SALT BRINE FOR WINTER STREET MAINT.
2.00 FEBRUARY 2013;
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Customer ID ... 50 Name: CHUBBUCK, CITY OF
Last statement . 9/27/13 Addr: PUBLIC WORKS: ATTN: BRIAN HALL
Last invoice . . 3/08/13 5160 YELLOWSTONE AVE
Current balance . .00 POCATELLO, ID 83202
Pending .00 A ACTIVE STREET DEPT CUSTOMERS
Charge code : ST004
Transaction date . . . : 3/04/13
Quantity : 1.00
Original amount . . . . : 2,700.00
Amount unpaid : .00
Aging control : CUR CURRENT
Posting priority . . . : 50
Reference number . . . : 022013
Original billing date . : 0/00/00
Description : STREET/SALE OF SUPPLIES
Comment : SALT BRINE FOR WINTER
Invoice this charge . . : Y
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uustomer ^nare ixu-mj xiij.uj.iLia.uxwn J \ J . ^ \ J
Customer ID ............ : 50 CHUBBUCK, CITY OF
Charge code ............ : ST004 STREET/SALE OF SUPPLIES
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Seq# Miscellaneous charge information
1.00 9000 GALLONS OF SALT BRINE FOR WINTER STREET MAINT.
2.00 FEBRUARY 2013;
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Customer ID ... 50 Name: CHUBBUCK, CITY OF
Last statement . 9/27/13 Addr: PUBLIC WORKS: ATTN: BRIAN HALL
Last invoice . . 3/08/13 5160 YELLOWSTONE AVE
Current balance . .00 POCATELLO, ID 83202
Pending .00 A ACTIVE STREET DEPT CUSTOMERS
Charge code : ST004
Transaction date . . . : 2/27/13
Quantity : 1.00
Original amount . . . . : 800.00
Amount unpaid : .00
Aging control : CUR CURRENT
Posting priority . . . : 50
Reference number . . . : 022013
Original billing date . : 0/00/00
Description : STREET/SALE OF SUPPLIES
Comment : 2 BRINE TANKS
Invoice this charge . . : Y
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Customer ID : 50 CHUBBUCK, CITY OF
Charge code : ST004 STREET/SALE OF SUPPLIES
Keep misc charge info after printing : Y Y=Yes, N=No
Seq# Miscellaneous charge information
1.00 SALE OF 2 BRINE TANKS FOR WINTER ROAD MAINTENANCE
2.00 SUPPLY; STORAGE TANKS
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Customer ID . ' . . 468 Name: AMERICAN FALLS, CITY OF
Last statement . 9/27/13 Addr: 550 NORTH OREGON TRAIL
Last invoice . . 9/27/13 AMERICAN FALLS, ID 83211
Current balance . .00
Pending .00 A ACTIVE STREET DEPT CUSTOMERS
Charge code : ST004
Transaction date . . . : 2/25/13
Quantity : 1.00
Original amount . . . . : 662.70
Amount unpaid : .00
Aging control : CUR CURRENT
Posting priority . . . : 50
Reference number . . . : 022013
Original billing date . : 0/00/00
Description : STREET/SALE OF SUPPLIES
Comment : SALT FOR WINTER MAINT.
Invoice this charge . . : Y
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uustomex uueixge KU.SL: xnxuxiiuatxun inquiry ID
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Charge code : ST004 STREET/SALE OF SUPPLIES
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Seg# Miscellaneous charge information
1.00 22.09 TONS OF SALT FOR WINTER STREET MAINTENANCE
2.00 HAULED 2/25/2013 ($30.00 PER TON)
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15:53:16
Customer ID ... 468 Name: AMERICAN FALLS, CITY OF
Last statement . 9/27/13 Addr: 550 NORTH OREGON TRAIL
Last invoice . . 9/27/13 AMERICAN FALLS, ID 83211
Current balance . .00
Pending .00 A ACTIVE STREET DEPT CUSTOMERS
Charge code : ST004
Transaction date . . . : 1/28/13
Quantity : 1.00
Original amount . . . . : 603.90
Amount unpaid : .00
Aging control : CUR CURRENT
Posting priority . . . : 50
Reference number . . . :
Original billing date . : 0/00/00
Description : STREET/SALE OF SUPPLIES
Comment : CHARGES FOR SALT HAULED
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Name: AMERICAN FALLS, CITY OF
Addr: 550 NORTH OREGON TRAIL
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Addr: 550 NORTH OREGON TRAIL
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Customer ID ............ : 468 AMERICAN FALLS, CITY OF
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1.00 SALE OF 1998 ELGIN EAGLE STREET SWEEPER WHICH WAS
2.00 SURPLUS FOR THE STREET OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT.
3.00 COUNCIL APPROVED SALE ON JANUARY 19, 2012 AT REGULAR
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Customer ID ... 468 Name: AMERICAN FALLS, CITY OF
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1.00 TO HAUL THE CITY OF AMERICAN FALLS PAINT TRUCK TO
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Customer ID ... 468 Name: AMERICAN FALLS, CITY OF
Last statement . 9/27/13 Addr: 550 NORTH OREGON TRAIL
Last invoice . . 9/27/13 AMERICAN FALLS, ID 83211
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1.00 FALLS PURCHASED ONE USED MONROE 5 QUBIC YARD SANDER
2.00 FOR $500.00
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INVOICE
P.O. Box 6129
Pocatello, Idaho 83205
Phone (208) 233-9322
TO:
Greg Lanning
City of Pocatello
P.O. Box 4169
Pocatello, Idaho 83205
INVOICE #102
DATE; OCTOBER 22, 2012
FOR:
TRAFFIC SIGNAL CORRIDNATIONA MAINTENANCE AND
REPAI R.
DESCRIPTION AMOUNT
Pocatello/Chubbuck Urbanized Area Traffic Signal Coordination and Maintenance FY 2013
Billing
As per Exhibit H Agreed Annual Rate
Operations Improvement Annual Rate Per Intersection $200 per intersection
Pocatello has 30 Traffic Signals on the CTCS (Exhibit D)
$25,000
$6,000
DATE
ACCT# 003-2001-
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TOTAL $31,000
KELLER
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3ice, contact Mori Byington, 208 233-9322 mori@bp!an. org
Thank you!
Jack B. Parson Companies
10200 Batiste Road
Pocatello, ID 83205
208-232-5796
To : City of Pocatello(Parks &Rec)
Attn: Parks & Recreation
PO Box 4169
Pocatello, ID, 83205
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Invoice Date:
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Customer No:
Terms:
Due Date:
Application:
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Job Information:
RODEO SAND REMOVAL
140464
4/27/2011
501109.
607675
Net 30 Days
5/27/2011
1
Units Unit Price Total
1 - RODEO SAND REMOVAL 35.00 MRS 120.00 4,200.00
Total Due:
If you have Questions regarding this billing, please contact KaraLee Buttars at 208-232-5796
4,200.00
DATE
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su it, together vith 1 1/2% per month FINANCE CHARGE which is an ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE of 18%, wi l l be assessed u nt i l paid.
Remit to: Jack B. Parson Companies
PO Box 3429
Ogden, UT 84409
Customer Name: Cityof PocatellofParks &Rec)
Customer No: 607675
Invoice Number: 140464
Invoice Amou nt: 4,200.00 Amou nt Remitted:
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B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E B
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 2 6 / 1 0 0 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E E
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 2 6 / 1 0 0 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E B
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 2 6 / 1 0 0 1
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 1 0 / 1 0 0 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 8 / 1 0 1 6
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 8 / 1 0 1 6
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 8 / 1 0 1 6
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 8 / 1 0 1 6
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 8 / 1 0 1 6
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 7 / 1 0 1 6
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 7 / 1 0 1 6
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 2 9 / 0 9 0 1
c o n t i n u e d
1 3 , 8 8 4 . 0 8
1 , 1 3 6 . 8 5
6 8 6 . 9 9
6 1 3 . 3 6
5 . 4 7
5 3 , 5 8 7 . 4 1
8 9 4 . 0 4
7 7 2 . 9 7
1 , 0 8 5 . 7 1
3 1 . 9 0
5 . 8 3
1 4 , 7 6 7 . 4 7
1 , 0 4 2 . 7 5
6 5 8 . 2 6
5 8 9 . 2 3
6 . 8 3
1 , 0 0 7 , 1 9 7 . 8 1
4 , 7 7 3 . 4 6
2 , 6 5 4 . 3 1
1 , 3 9 0 . 5 7
. 9 5
7 7 7 . 6 6
5 . 2 4
1 2 0 , 9 8 3 . 7 5
P R E P A R E D 0 7 / 2 1 / 2 0 1 4 , 1 3 : 5 1 : 5 3
P R O G R A M G M 3 6 0 L
C i t y o f P o c a t e l l o
A C C O U N T A C T I V I T Y L I S T I N G P A G E 3
A C C O U N T I N G P E R I O D 1 7 / 2 0 1 0
F U N D 0 0 3 S T R E E T F U N D
G R O U P P O A C C T G T R A N S A C T I O N
N B R N B R P E R . C D D A T E N U M B E R
0 0 3 - 0 0 0 0
1 9 5 4
1 9 5 4
1 9 5 4
1 8 1 8
1 8 1 8
1 6 0 4
1 3 6 4
1 3 6 4
1 3 6 4
1 3 6 4
5 7 7
5 7 7
5 7 7
5 7 7
2 9 6
1 0 7 8 9
1 0 8 1 5
1 0 3 9 5
1 0 3 9 5
1 0 3 9 5
1 0 3 9 5
1 0 0 0 8
9 5 6 7
9 5 6 7
9 5 6 7
- 3 0 1 . 0 1 - 0 0 P R O P E R T Y /
0 3 / 1 0
0 3 / 1 0
0 3 / 1 0
0 3 / 1 0
0 3 / 1 0
0 2 / 1 0
0 2 / 1 0
0 2 / 1 0
0 2 / 1 0
0 2 / 1 0
0 1 / 1 0
0 1 / 1 0
0 1 / 1 0
0 1 / 1 0
0 1 / 1 0
1 3 / 1 1
1 4 / 1 1
1 2 / 1 1
1 2 / 1 1
1 2 / 1 1
1 2 / 1 1
1 2 / 1 1
1 1 / 1 1
1 1 / 1 1
1 1 / 1 1
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
A J
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
A J
A J
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
1 2 / 2 9 / 0 9
1 2 / 2 9 / 0 9
1 2 / 2 9 / 0 9
1 2 / 1 8 / 0 9
1 2 / 1 8 / 0 9
1 1 / 3 0 / 0 9
1 1 / 3 0 / 0 9
1 1 / 3 0 / 0 9
1 1 / 3 0 / 0 9
1 1 / 3 0 / 0 9
1 0 / 2 8 / 0 9
1 0 / 2 8 / 0 9
1 0 / 2 8 / 0 9
1 0 / 2 8 / 0 9
1 0 / 1 5 / 0 9
0 9 / 3 0 / 1 1
0 9 / 3 0 / 1 1
0 9 / 2 7 / 1 1
0 9 / 2 7 / 1 1
0 9 / 2 7 / 1 1
0 9 / 2 7 / 1 1
0 9 / 1 2 / 1 1
0 8 / 2 9 / 1 1
0 8 / 2 9 / 1 1
0 8 / 2 9 / 1 1
G E N E R A L
0 0 4 1 9 6 3
0 0 4 1 9 6 7
0 0 4 1 9 7 0
0 0 3 8 3 8 9
0 0 3 8 4 0 4
C O R R E C T I O N
0 0 2 9 0 5 2
0 0 2 9 0 5 5
0 0 2 9 0 8 5
0 0 2 9 0 8 9
0 0 1 3 3 3 5
0 0 1 3 3 3 6
0 0 1 3 3 3 8
0 0 1 3 3 4 0
0 0 0 7 3 3 2
R E C E I V A B L E
R E C E I V A B L E
0 1 8 8 3 2 4
0 1 8 8 3 4 5
0 1 8 8 3 4 8
0 1 8 8 3 4 9
0 1 8 0 8 2 0
0 1 7 3 6 6 4
0 1 7 3 6 6 5
0 1 7 3 6 6 7
Y T D / C U R R E N T
D E S C R I P T I O N E N C U M B R A N C E
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 2 9 / 0 9 0 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 2 9 / 0 9 0 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 2 9 / 0 9 0 1
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 1 8 / 0 9 1 1
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 1 8 / 0 9 1 1
C O R R E C T O C T T A X
D I S T R I B U T I O N S E E W R K S H T
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
D E B B I E B 1 1 / 3 0 / 0 9 5 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
D E B B I E B 1 1 / 3 0 / 0 9 5 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
D E B B I E B 1 1 / 3 0 / 0 9 5 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
D E B B I E B 1 1 / 3 0 / 0 9 5 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / O C T
D E B B I E B 1 0 / 2 8 / 0 9 0 5
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / O C T
D E B B I E B 1 0 / 2 8 / 0 9 0 5
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / O C T
D E B B I E B 1 0 / 2 8 / 0 9 0 5
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / O C T
D E B B I E B 1 0 / 2 8 / 0 9 0 5
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / S E P T
D E B B I E B 1 0 / 1 5 / 0 9 0 1
R E V E R S E F Y 2 0 1 0
T A X R E C E I V A B L E S E E W R K S H T
P R O P E R T Y T A X R E
F O R F Y 2 0 1 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / S E P T
D E B B I E B 0 9 / 2 7 / 1 1 0 5
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / S E P T
D E B B I E B 0 9 / 2 7 / 1 1 0 5
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / S E P T
D E B B I E B 0 9 / 2 7 / 1 1 0 5
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / S E P T
D E B B I E B 0 9 / 2 7 / 1 1 0 5
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / A U G U S T
D E B B I E B 0 9 / 1 2 / 1 1 1 2
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / A U G
D E B B I E B 0 8 / 2 9 / 1 1 1 6
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / A U G
D E B B I E B 0 8 / 2 9 / 1 1 1 6
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / A U G
C U R R E N T
D E B I T S C R E D I T S B A L A N C E
c o n t i n u e d
3 , 1 6 7
6 3 3
6 7 3
6 0
2 6
4 1 .
1 , 8 7 2 .
4 8 8 .
3 , 3 1 2 .
5 .
5 , 1 2 1 .
2 6 3 .
2 3 3 .
3 .
1 3 .
9 , 8 7 4 . 9 3
1 2 , 8 8 7 .
3 , 3 7 6 .
7 6 7 .
4 5 4 .
4 4 .
1 5 .
1 9 , 1 2 3 .
1 , 4 1 8 .
1 , 0 7 0 .
. 1 7
. 0 8
. 6 6
. 8 9
. 9 2
. 0 5
. 5 3
. 1 7
. 0 8
. 2 8
. 9 0
. 2 1
. 1 7
. 6 1
. 8 1
. 4 3
. 0 3
. 6 5
. 2 9
. 9 8
. 0 9
. 9 2
. 8 8
, 0 1
P R E P A R E D 0 7 / 2 1 / 2 0 1 4 , 1 3 : 5 1 : 5 3
P R O G R A M G M 3 6 0 L
C i t y o f P o c a t e l l o
A C C O U N T A C T I V I T Y L I S T I N G P A G E 4
A C C O U N T I N G P E R I O D 1 7 / 2 0 1 0
F U N D 0 0 3 S T R E E T F U N D
G R O U P P O A C C T G T R A N S A C T I O N
H E R N B R P E R . C D D A T E N U M B E R D E S C R I P T I O N
Y T D / C U R R E N T
E N C U M B R A N C E D E B I T S C R E D I T S
C U R R E N T
B A L A N C E
0 0 3 - 0 0 0 0 - 3 0 1 . 0 1 - 0 0 P R O P E R T Y / G E N E R A L
9 5 6 7 1 1 / 1 1 C R 0 8 / 2 9 / 1 1 0 1 7 3 6 6 8
9 1 2 7 1 1 / 1 1 C R 0 8 / 1 7 / 1 1 0 1 6 7 7 2 5
8 3 9 0 1 0 / 1 1 C R 0 7 / 2 7 / 1 1 0 1 5 6 8 6 9
8 3 5 5 1 0 / 1 1 C R 0 7 / 2 6 / 1 1 0 1 5 6 3 5 2
8 3 5 5 1 0 / 1 1 C R 0 7 / 2 6 / 1 1 0 1 5 6 3 5 6
8 3 5 5 1 0 / 1 1 C R 0 7 / 2 6 / 1 1 0 1 5 6 3 5 8
8 3 5 5 1 0 / 1 1 C R 0 7 / 2 6 / 1 1 0 1 5 6 3 6 0
7 3 6 5 0 9 / 1 1 C R 0 6 / 2 8 / 1 1 0 1 4 1 7 1 3
7 3 6 5 0 9 / 1 1 C R 0 6 / 2 8 / 1 1 0 1 4 1 7 1 6
7 3 6 5 0 9 / 1 1 C R 0 6 / 2 8 / 1 1 0 1 4 1 7 2 1
7 3 6 5 0 9 / 1 1 C R 0 6 / 2 8 / 1 1 0 1 4 1 7 2 2
6 3 1 0 0 8 / 1 1 C R 0 5 / 2 5 / 1 1 0 1 2 5 2 0 2
6 3 1 0 0 8 / 1 1 C R 0 5 / 2 5 / 1 1 0 1 2 5 2 0 4
6 3 1 0 0 8 / 1 1 C R 0 5 / 2 5 / 1 1 0 1 2 5 2 0 5
6 3 1 0 0 8 / 1 1 C R 0 5 / 2 5 / 1 1 0 1 2 5 2 0 7
5 8 6 3 0 8 / 1 1 C R 0 5 / 1 0 / 1 1 0 1 1 7 0 9 1
5 4 9 3 0 7 / 1 1 C R 0 4 / 2 7 / 1 1 0 1 0 9 7 4 3
5 4 9 3 0 7 / 1 1 C R 0 4 / 2 7 / 1 1 0 1 0 9 7 4 4
5 4 9 3 0 7 / 1 1 C R 0 4 / 2 7 / 1 1 0 1 0 9 7 4 6
5 4 9 3 0 7 / 1 1 C R 0 4 / 2 7 / 1 1 0 1 0 9 7 5 1
5 0 5 0 0 7 / 1 1 C R 0 4 / 1 1 / 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 5 2
4 6 5 3 0 6 / 1 1 C R 0 3 / 2 8 / 1 1 0 0 9 4 3 9 5
4 6 5 3 0 6 / 1 1 C R 0 3 / 2 8 / 1 1 0 0 9 4 3 9 6
4 6 5 3 0 6 / 1 1 C R 0 3 / 2 8 / 1 1 0 0 9 4 4 0 7
c o n t i n u e d
D E B B I E B 0 8 / 2 9 / 1 1 1 6
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / A U G
D E B B I E B 0 8 / 2 9 / 1 1 1 6
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U L Y
D E B B I E B 0 8 / 1 7 / 1 1 0 3
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N E
D E B B I E B 0 7 / 2 7 / 1 1 1 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U L Y
D E B B I E B 0 7 / 2 6 / 1 1 1 4
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U L Y
D E B B I E B 0 7 / 2 6 / 1 1 1 4
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U L Y
D E B B I E B 0 7 / 2 6 / 1 1 1 4
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U L Y
D E B B I E B 0 7 / 2 6 / 1 1 1 4
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N E
D E B B I E B 0 6 / 2 8 / 1 1 1 2
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N E
D E B B I E B 0 6 / 2 8 / 1 1 1 2
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N E
D E B B I E B 0 6 / 2 8 / 1 1 1 2
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N E
D E B B I E B 0 6 / 2 8 / 1 1 1 2
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A Y
D E B B I E B 0 5 / 2 5 / 1 1 1 0
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A Y
D E B B I E B 0 5 / 2 5 / 1 1 1 0
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A Y
D E B B I E B 0 5 / 2 5 / 1 1 1 0
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A Y
D E B B I E B 0 5 / 2 5 / 1 1 1 0
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / A P R I L
D E B B I E B 0 5 / 1 0 / 1 1 0 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / A P R
D E B B I E B 0 4 / 2 7 / 1 1 0 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / A P R
D E B B I E B 0 4 / 2 7 / 1 1 0 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / A P R
D E B B I E B 0 4 / 2 7 / 1 1 0 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / A P R
D E B B I E B 0 4 / 2 7 / 1 1 0 1
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A R C H
D E B B I E B 0 4 / 1 1 / 1 1 0 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A R
D E B B I E B 0 3 / 2 8 / 1 1 0 3
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A R
D E B B I E B 0 3 / 2 8 / 1 1 0 3
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A R
D E B B I E B 0 3 / 2 8 / 1 1 0 3
2 5 . 6 0
2 1 . 6 1
6 9 8 . 4 9
6 9 3 , 4 8 8 . 5 3
4 , 2 2 8 . 1 6
1 , 0 5 1 . 0 0
4 8 . 7 0
3 6 , 5 4 1 . 6 2
1 , 0 9 5 . 2 7
5 6 5 . 5 5
1 9 2 . 8 6
7 , 9 9 8 . 2 2
9 5 9 . 1 9
7 3 5 . 6 7
3 4 4 . 0 1
2 4 . 7 2
1 5 , 0 4 7 . 9 6
9 6 1 . 9 3
4 3 8 . 4 4
1 , 5 0 4 . 5 0
1 . 4 8
1 2 , 5 3 5 . 4 6
1 , 9 5 9 . 9 6
7 5 3 . 8 1
P R E P A R E D 0 7 / 2 1 / 2 0 1 4 , 1 3 : 5 1 : 5 3
P R O G R A M G M 3 6 0 L
C i t y o f P o c a t e l l o
A C C O U N T A C T I V I T Y L I S T I N G P A G E 5
A C C O U N T I N G P E R I O D 1 7 / 2 0 1 0
F U N D 0 0 3 S T R E E T F U N D
G R O U P P O A C C T G T R A N S A C T I O N Y T D / C U R R E N T
N B R N B R P E R . C D D A T E N U M B E R D E S C R I P T I O N E N C U M B R A N C E
0 0 3 - 0 0 0 0
4 6 5 3
4 2 8 6
3 9 0 4
3 9 0 4
3 9 0 4
3 9 0 4
2 9 2 5
2 9 2 5
2 9 2 5
2 9 2 5
2 9 2 5
2 9 2 8
2 9 2 8
2 1 6 8
2 1 6 8
2 1 6 8
2 1 6 8
2 1 6 8
1 8 8 2
1 3 3 2
1 3 3 2
1 3 3 2
1 3 3 2
8 9 2
5 1 1
- 3 0 1 . 0 1 - 0 0 P R O P E R T Y /
0 6 / 1 1
0 6 / 1 1
0 5 / 1 1
0 5 / 1 1
0 5 / 1 1
0 5 / 1 1
0 4 / 1 1
0 4 / 1 1
0 4 / 1 1
0 4 / 1 1
0 4 / 1 1
0 4 / 1 1
0 4 / 1 1
0 3 / 1 1
0 3 / 1 1
0 3 / 1 1
0 3 / 1 1
0 3 / 1 1
0 3 / 1 1
0 2 / 1 1
0 2 / 1 1
0 2 / 1 1
0 2 / 1 1
0 2 / 1 1
0 1 / 1 1
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
0 3 / 2 8 / 1 1
0 3 / 1 4 / 1 1
0 2 / 2 8 / 1 1
0 2 / 2 8 / 1 1
0 2 / 2 8 / 1 1
0 2 / 2 8 / 1 1
0 1 / 2 5 / 1 1
0 1 / 2 5 / 1 1
0 1 / 2 5 / 1 1
0 1 / 2 5 / 1 1
0 1 / 2 5 / 1 1
0 1 / 2 5 / 1 1
0 1 / 2 5 / 1 1
1 2 / 2 7 / 1 0
1 2 / 2 7 / 1 0
1 2 / 2 7 / 1 0
1 2 / 2 7 / 1 0
1 2 / 2 7 / 1 0
1 2 / 1 6 / 1 0
1 1 / 2 9 / 1 0
1 1 / 2 9 / 1 0
1 1 / 2 9 / 1 0
1 1 / 2 9 / 1 0
1 1 / 0 8 / 1 0
1 0 / 2 6 / 1 0
G E N E R A L
0 0 9 4 4 1 4
0 0 8 7 7 2 5
0 0 7 8 7 0 8
0 0 7 8 7 1 0
0 0 7 8 7 1 1
0 0 7 8 7 1 3
0 0 6 0 9 5 7
0 0 6 0 9 6 1
0 0 6 0 9 6 3
0 0 6 0 9 6 7
0 0 6 0 9 7 7
0 0 6 1 0 7 6
0 0 6 1 0 7 7
0 0 4 5 2 6 0
0 0 4 5 2 6 3
0 0 4 5 2 6 5
0 0 4 5 2 6 6
0 0 4 5 2 6 8
0 0 4 0 0 8 0
0 0 2 9 7 3 4
0 0 2 9 7 3 9
0 0 2 9 7 4 3
0 0 2 9 7 4 7
0 0 2 0 1 1 8
0 0 1 2 9 1 1
C U R R E N T
D E B I T S C R E D I T S B A L A N C E
c o n t i n u e d
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A R
D E B B I E B 0 3 / 2 8 / 1 1 0 3
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E E
D E B B I E B 0 3 / 1 4 / 1 1 0 9
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E E
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 2 8 / 1 1 0 6
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E E
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 2 8 / 1 1 0 6
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E B
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 2 8 / 1 1 0 6
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E E
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 2 8 / 1 1 0 6
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 5 / 1 1 0 3
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 5 / 1 1 0 3
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 5 / 1 1 0 3
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 5 / 1 1 0 3
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 5 / 1 1 0 3
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 5 / 1 1 0 4
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 5 / 1 1 0 4
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 2 7 / 1 0 0 8
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 2 7 / 1 0 0 8
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 2 7 / 1 0 0 8
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 2 7 / 1 0 0 8
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 2 7 / 1 0 0 8
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 1 6 / 1 0 0 4
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
D E B B I E B 1 1 / 2 9 / 1 0 0 7
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
D E B B I E B 1 1 / 2 9 / 1 0 0 7
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
D E B B I E B 1 1 / 2 9 / 1 0 0 7
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
D E B B I E B 1 1 / 2 9 / 1 0 0 7
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / O C T
D E B B I E B 1 1 / 0 8 / 1 0 0 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / O C T
9 5 3
5
1 6 , 6 3 8
2 , 2 4 8
2 , 5 6 6
9 3 3
9 7 9 , 4 8 1
1 1 , 3 7 1
1 , 3 0 6
1 , 3 7 3
5 9
1 , 0 5 2 .
8 2 , 3 0 6 .
4 , 3 7 6 .
1 , 8 0 8 ,
8 2 8 .
6 .
4 2 .
2 , 7 1 0 .
9 2 5 .
2 , 6 2 3 ,
1 0 .
4 8 ,
1 , 9 4 4
. 6 0
. 9 1
. 8 0
. 9 5
. 4 2
. 8 8
. 2 6
. 2 7
. 6 0
. 9 7
. 6 6
. 0 8
. 0 6
. 0 1
. 3 5
. 2 3
. 1 9
. 8 3
. 2 8
. 5 8
. 5 8
. 4 8
. 3 5
. 8 3
. 5 3
P R E P A R E D 0 7 / 2 1 / 2 0 1 4 , 1 3 : 5 1 : 5 3
P R O G R A M G M 3 6 0 L
C i t y o f P o c a t e l l o
A C C O U N T A C T I V I T Y L I S T I N G P A G E 6
A C C O U N T I N G P E R I O D 1 7 / 2 0 1 0
F U N D 0 0 3 S T R E E T F U N D
G R O U P P O A C C T G T R A N S A C T I O N
N B R N B R P E R . C D D A T E N U M B E R D E S C R I P T I O N
Y T D / C U R R E N T
E N C U M B R A N C E D E B I T S C R E D I T S
C U R R E N T
B A L A N C E
0 0 3 - 0 0 0 0 - 3 0 1 . 0 1 - 0 0 P R O P E R T Y /
5 1 1 0 1 / 1 1 C R 1 0 / 2 6 / 1 0
5 1 1 0 1 / 1 1 C R 1 0 / 2 6 / 1 0
5 1 1 0 1 / 1 1 C R 1 0 / 2 6 / 1 0
1 9 5 0 1 / 1 1 C R 1 0 / 1 1 / 1 0
9 8 8 3 1 4 / 1 2 A J 0 9 / 3 0 / 1 2
9 8 8 4 1 4 / 1 2 A J 0 9 / 3 0 / 1 2
9 9 6 5 1 4 / 1 2 A J 0 9 / 3 0 / 1 2
9 4 0 6 1 2 / 1 2 C R 0 9 / 2 5 / 1 2
9 4 0 6 1 2 / 1 2 C R 0 9 / 2 5 / 1 2
9 4 0 6 1 2 / 1 2 C R 0 9 / 2 5 / 1 2
9 4 0 6 1 2 / 1 2 C R 0 9 / 2 5 / 1 2
8 7 3 4 1 1 / 1 2 C R 0 8 / 2 8 / 1 2
8 7 3 4 1 1 / 1 2 C R 0 8 / 2 8 / 1 2
8 7 3 4 1 1 / 1 2 C R 0 8 / 2 8 / 1 2
8 7 3 4 1 1 / 1 2 C R 0 8 / 2 8 / 1 2
7 9 5 8 1 0 / 1 2 C R 0 7 / 3 0 / 1 2
7 9 5 8 1 0 / 1 2 C R 0 7 / 3 0 / 1 2
7 9 5 8 1 0 / 1 2 C R 0 7 / 3 0 / 1 2
7 9 5 8 1 0 / 1 2 C R 0 7 / 3 0 / 1 2
7 7 4 2 1 0 / 1 2 C R 0 7 / 2 3 / 1 2
7 0 1 4 0 9 / 1 2 C R 0 6 / 2 6 / 1 2
7 0 1 4 0 9 / 1 2 C R 0 6 / 2 6 / 1 2
7 0 1 4 0 9 / 1 2 C R 0 6 / 2 6 / 1 2
7 0 1 4 0 9 / 1 2 C R 0 6 / 2 6 / 1 2
G E N E R A L
D E B B I E B 1 0 / 2 6 / 1 0 0 1
0 0 1 2 9 1 2 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / O C T
D E B B I E B 1 0 / 2 6 / 1 0 0 1
0 0 1 2 9 1 3 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / O C T
D E B B I E B 1 0 / 2 6 / 1 0 0 1
0 0 1 2 9 1 4 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / O C T
D E B B I E B 1 0 / 2 6 / 1 0 0 1
0 0 0 5 5 9 1 P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / S E P T
D E B B I E B 1 0 / 1 1 / 1 0 1 2
R E C E I V A B L E R E V E R S E P R O P E R T
R E C E I V A B L E F O R F Y 2 0 1 1
R E C E I V A B L E P R O P E R T Y T A X R E
F O R F Y 2 0 1 2
A / P 2 0 1 2 P O W E R C O U N T Y R E
M O N I E S B E L O N G I N G T O P D A
0 1 8 6 6 7 1 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / S E P T
D E B B I E B 0 9 / 2 5 / 1 2 0 1
0 1 8 6 6 7 2 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / S E P T
D E B B I E B 0 9 / 2 5 / 1 2 0 1
0 1 8 6 6 7 3 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / S E P T
D E B B I E B 0 9 / 2 5 / 1 2 0 1
0 1 8 6 6 9 2 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / S E P T
D E B B I E B 0 9 / 2 5 / 1 2 0 1
0 1 7 2 9 1 6 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / A U G
D E B B I E B 0 8 / 2 8 / 1 2 0 9
0 1 7 2 9 1 7 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / A U G
D E B B I E B 0 8 / 2 8 / 1 2 0 9
0 1 7 2 9 1 8 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / A U G
D E B B I E B 0 8 / 2 8 / 1 2 0 9
0 1 7 2 9 2 0 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / A U G
D E B B I E B 0 8 / 2 8 / 1 2 0 9
0 1 5 8 9 5 9 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U L Y
D E B B I E B 0 7 / 3 0 / 1 2 1 9
0 1 5 8 9 9 2 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U L Y
D E B B I E B 0 7 / 3 0 / 1 2 1 9
0 1 5 8 9 9 3 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U L Y
D E B B I E B 0 7 / 3 0 / 1 2 1 9
0 1 5 8 9 9 4 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U L Y
D E B B I E B 0 7 / 3 0 / 1 2 1 9
0 1 5 5 6 8 9 P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N D
D E B B I E B 0 7 / 2 3 / 1 2 2 0
0 1 4 0 8 7 1 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N E
D E B B I E B 0 6 / 2 6 / 1 2 0 9
0 1 4 0 8 7 2 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N E
D E B B I E B 0 6 / 2 6 / 1 2 0 9
0 1 4 0 8 7 3 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N E
D E B B I E B 0 6 / 2 6 / 1 2 0 9
0 1 4 0 8 7 5 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N E
D E B B I E B 0 6 / 2 6 / 1 2 0 9
c o n t i n u e d
1 2 , 8 8 7 . 4 3
2 , 0 9 6 . 0 2
8 2 7 . 8 9
3 5 1 . 0 8
8 . 2 0
4 7 6 . 1 2
1 2 , 1 1 8 . 3 2
4 , 5 2 7 . 6 9
1 , 5 0 7 . 9 9
1 , 1 6 5 . 0 5
1 1 . 9 7
2 2 , 2 6 2 . 3 1
3 , 0 9 2 . 9 6
9 4 5 . 8 7
1 2 . 5 9
6 9 1 , 4 2 5 . 7 4
1 , 9 2 4 . 2 1
1 , 9 7 6 . 5 6
1 3 2 . 0 7
1 , 9 4 2 . 1 1
2 8 , 8 4 3 . 3 4
8 1 9 . 3 7
6 2 7 . 0 6
5 9 6 . 4 9
P R E P A R E D 0 7 / 2 1 / 2 0 1 4 , 1 3 : 5 1 : 5 3
P R O G R A M G M 3 6 0 L
C i t y o f P o c a t e l l o
A C C O U N T A C T I V I T Y L I S T I N G P A G E 7
A C C O U N T I N G P E R I O D 1 7 / 2 0 1 0
F U N D 0 0 3 S T R E E T F U N D
G R O U P P O A C C T G T R A N S A C T I O N Y T D / C U R R E N T
N B R N B R P E R . C D D A T E N U M B E R D E S C R I P T I O N E N C U M B R A N C E
0 0 3 - 0 0 0 0
6 0 9 6
6 0 9 6
6 0 9 6
6 0 9 6
5 1 8 3
5 1 8 3
5 1 8 3
5 1 8 3
4 7 3 9
4 3 6 7
4 3 6 7
4 3 6 7
4 3 6 7
3 7 0 8
3 7 0 8
3 7 0 8
3 7 0 8
3 7 0 8
3 3 3 6
3 0 4 0
3 0 4 0
3 0 4 0
3 0 4 0
3 0 4 0
2 7 7 9
- 3 0 1 . 0 1 - 0 0 P R O P E R T Y /
0 8 / 1 2
0 8 / 1 2
0 8 / 1 2
0 8 / 1 2
0 7 / 1 2
0 7 / 1 2
0 7 / 1 2
0 7 / 1 2
0 7 / 1 2
0 6 / 1 2
0 6 / 1 2
0 6 / 1 2
0 6 / 1 2
0 5 / 1 2
0 5 / 1 2
0 5 / 1 2
0 5 / 1 2
0 5 / 1 2
0 5 / 1 2
0 4 / 1 2
0 4 / 1 2
0 4 / 1 2
0 4 / 1 2
0 4 / 1 2
0 4 / 1 2
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
0 5 / 2 5 / 1 2
0 5 / 2 5 / 1 2
0 5 / 2 5 / 1 2
0 5 / 2 5 / 1 2
0 4 / 2 5 / 1 2
0 4 / 2 5 / 1 2
0 4 / 2 5 / 1 2
0 4 / 2 5 / 1 2
0 4 / 0 9 / 1 2
0 3 / 2 6 / 1 2
0 3 / 2 6 / 1 2
0 3 / 2 6 / 1 2
0 3 / 2 6 / 1 2
0 2 / 2 8 / 1 2
0 2 / 2 8 / 1 2
0 2 / 2 8 / 1 2
0 2 / 2 8 / 1 2
0 2 / 2 8 / 1 2
0 2 / 1 3 / 1 2
0 1 / 3 1 / 1 2
0 1 / 3 1 / 1 2
0 1 / 3 1 / 1 2
0 1 / 3 1 / 1 2
0 1 / 3 1 / 1 2
0 1 / 2 4 / 1 2
G E N E R A L
0 1 2 4 8 7 6
0 1 2 4 8 7 8
0 1 2 4 8 8 2
0 1 2 4 8 8 4
0 1 0 9 0 9 4
0 1 0 9 0 9 6
0 1 0 9 0 9 7
0 1 0 9 0 9 9
0 1 0 1 1 4 5
0 0 9 3 2 6 4
0 0 9 3 2 6 6
0 0 9 3 2 8 3
0 0 9 3 2 8 4
0 0 7 8 8 2 2
0 0 7 8 8 2 7
0 0 7 8 8 3 4
0 0 7 8 8 3 7
0 0 7 8 8 3 8
0 0 7 1 6 6 4
0 0 6 5 6 4 2
0 0 6 5 6 4 3
0 0 6 5 6 4 4
0 0 6 5 6 5 4
0 0 6 5 6 7 1
0 0 6 1 1 1 0
D E B I T S
C U R R E N T
C R E D I T S B A L A N C E
c o n t i n u e d
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A Y
0 5 / 2 5 / 1 2 1 4
C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A Y
0 5 / 2 5 / 1 2 1 4
C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A Y
0 5 / 2 5 / 1 2 1 4
C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A Y
0 5 / 2 5 / 1 2 1 4
C N T Y R E M I T / A P R I L
0 4 / 2 5 / 1 2 0 2
C N T Y R E M I T / A P R I L
0 4 / 2 5 / 1 2 0 2
C N T Y R E M I T / A P R I L
0 4 / 2 5 / 1 2 0 2
C N T Y R E M I T / A P R I L
0 4 / 2 5 / 1 2 0 2
P O W E R C T Y R E M I T / M A R 2 0 1 2
S T E A R N S
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
0 4 / 0 9 / 1 2 2 0
C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A R
0 3 / 2 6 / 1 2 1 1
C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A R
0 3 / 2 6 / 1 2 1 1
C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A R
0 3 / 2 6 / 1 2 1 1
C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A R
0 3 / 2 6 / 1 2 1 1
C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E E
0 2 / 2 8 / 1 2 0 5
C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E E
0 2 / 2 8 / 1 2 0 5
C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E E
0 2 / 2 8 / 1 2 0 5
C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E E
0 2 / 2 8 / 1 2 0 5
C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E B
0 2 / 2 8 / 1 2 0 5
1 1 ,
2 ,
1 ,
8 ,
1 ,
1 ,
1 ,
4 9 ,
1 ,
1 ,
1 ,
2 0 ,
1 ,
1 ,
3 ,
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
0 2 / 1 3 / 1 2 0 7
C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
0 1 / 3 1 / 1 2 5 2
C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
0 1 / 3 1 / 1 2 5 2
C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
0 1 / 3 1 / 1 2 5 2
C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
0 1 / 3 1 / 1 2 5 2
C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
0 1 / 3 1 / 1 2 5 2
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
9 2 2 ,
4 ,
1 ,
1 ,
0 2 0
2 0 6
6 2 9
5 4 0 .
4 2 9 .
2 0 0 ,
9 6 6 ,
7 5 0 .
0 6 1 .
5 1 8 .
4 2 5 .
0 2 2 .
7 9 3 .
6 9 3 .
4 5 1 .
9 1 7 .
3 1 9 .
5 7 1 .
9 .
9 2 9 .
9 5 7 .
7 0 8 .
1 5 4 .
7
3 1 2
. 5 6
. 9 2
. 6 1
. 2 1
. 9 1
. 0 0
. 7 8
. 6 6
. 8 8
. 6 9
. 7 6
. 3 9
. 1 0
. 1 4
. 5 8
. 4 9
. 8 8
. 1 0
. 0 4
. 6 4
. 3 7
. 8 4
. 7 3
. 4 6
. 4 1
P R E P A R E D 0 7 / 2 1 / 2 0 1 4 , 1 3 : 5 1 : 5 3
P R O G R A M G M 3 6 0 L
C i t y o f P o c a t e l l o
A C C O U N T A C T I V I T Y L I S T I N G P A G E 8
A C C O U N T I N G P E R I O D 1 7 / 2 0 1 0
F U N D 0 0 3 S T R E E T F U N D
G R O U P P O A C C T G T R A N S A C T I O N
N B R N B R P E R . C D D A T E N U M B E R D E S C R I P T I O N
Y T D / C U R R E N T
E N C U M B R A N C E D E B I T S C R E D I T S
C U R R E N T
B A L A N C E
0 0 3 - 0 0 0 0 - 3 0 1 . 0 1 - 0 0 P R O P E R T Y /
2 1 7 2 0 3 / 1 2 C R 1 2 / 2 8 / 1 1
2 1 7 2 0 3 / 1 2 C R 1 2 / 2 8 / 1 1
2 1 7 2 0 3 / 1 2 C R 1 2 / 2 8 / 1 1
2 1 7 2 0 3 / 1 2 C R 1 2 / 2 8 / 1 1
2 1 7 2 0 3 / 1 2 C R 1 2 / 2 8 / 1 1
1 8 3 8 0 3 / 1 2 C R 1 2 / 1 2 / 1 1
1 8 3 8 0 3 / 1 2 C R 1 2 / 1 2 / 1 1
1 8 3 9 0 3 / 1 2 C R 1 2 / 1 2 / 1 1
1 4 0 8 0 2 / 1 2 C R 1 1 / 2 9 / 1 1
1 4 0 8 0 2 / 1 2 C R 1 1 / 2 9 / 1 1
1 4 0 8 0 2 / 1 2 C R 1 1 / 2 9 / 1 1
1 4 0 8 0 2 / 1 2 C R 1 1 / 2 9 / 1 1
6 2 0 0 1 / 1 2 C R 1 0 / 2 8 / 1 1
6 2 0 0 1 / 1 2 C R 1 0 / 2 8 / 1 1
6 2 0 0 1 / 1 2 C R 1 0 / 2 8 / 1 1
6 2 0 0 1 / 1 2 C R 1 0 / 2 8 / 1 1
8 8 1 8 1 4 / 1 3 A J 0 9 / 3 0 / 1 3
8 8 1 9 1 4 / 1 3 A J 0 9 / 3 0 / 1 3
8 8 4 1 1 3 / 1 3 A J 0 9 / 3 0 / 1 3
8 3 4 7 1 2 / 1 3 C R 0 9 / 2 6 / 1 3
8 3 4 7 1 2 / 1 3 C R 0 9 / 2 6 / 1 3
8 3 4 7 1 2 / 1 3 C R 0 9 / 2 6 / 1 3
8 3 4 7 1 2 / 1 3 C R 0 9 / 2 6 / 1 3
7 9 3 4 1 1 / 1 3 C R 0 8 / 3 1 / 1 3
G E N E R A L
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 4 / 1 2 0 3
0 0 4 6 4 0 7 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 2 8 / 1 1 0 5
0 0 4 6 4 0 8 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 2 8 / 1 1 0 5
0 0 4 6 4 3 8 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 2 8 / 1 1 0 5
0 0 4 6 4 3 9 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 2 8 / 1 1 0 5
0 0 4 6 4 4 0 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 2 8 / 1 1 0 5
0 0 3 9 0 4 1 P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 1 2 / 1 1 0 8
0 0 3 9 0 4 4 P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 1 2 / 1 1 0 8
0 0 3 9 0 5 2 P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 1 2 / 1 1 0 9
0 0 3 0 6 7 6 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
D E B B I E B 1 1 / 2 9 / 1 1 0 1
0 0 3 0 6 8 4 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
D E B B I E B 1 1 / 2 9 / 1 1 0 1
0 0 3 0 6 9 6 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
D E B B I E B 1 1 / 2 9 / 1 1 0 1
0 0 3 0 7 0 7 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
D E B B I E B 1 1 / 2 9 / 1 1 0 1
0 0 1 5 0 7 6 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / O C T
D E B B I E B 1 0 / 2 8 / 1 1 0 1
0 0 1 5 0 7 8 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / O C T
D E B B I E B 1 0 / 2 8 / 1 1 0 1
0 0 1 5 0 9 1 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / O C T
D E B B I E B 1 0 / 2 8 / 1 1 0 1
0 0 1 5 2 8 5 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / O C T
D E B B I E B 1 0 / 2 8 / 1 1 0 1
R E C E I V A B L E R E V E R S E P R O P E R T
R E C E I V A B L E F O R F Y 2 0 1 2
R E C E I V A B L E P R O P E R T Y T A X R E
F O R F Y 2 0 1 3 S E E W R K S H E E T
C O R R E C T I O N P O W E R C O U N T Y A U
D I S T S H L D B E A L L S A L E S T X
0 1 7 5 4 0 0 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / S E P T
D E B B I E B 0 9 / 2 6 / 1 3 0 1
0 1 7 5 4 0 5 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / S E P T
D E B B I E B 0 9 / 2 6 / 1 3 0 1
0 1 7 5 4 0 6 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / S E P T
D E B B I E B 0 9 / 2 6 / 1 3 0 1
0 1 7 5 4 1 2 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / S E P T
D E B B I E B 0 9 / 2 6 / 1 3 0 1
0 1 5 3 4 8 3 R E V E R S E C R # 7 2 0 5 I N C O R R E C T
R E V E N U E L I N E S
c o n t i n u e d
1 2 , 1 1 8 . 3 2
2 9 . 0 3
7 2 , 0 0 0 . 3 3
1 , 5 7 4 . 2 0
7 3 5 . 6 1
8 1 0 . 1 1
2 2 8 . 8 3
5 4 . 5 1
2 9 . 4 2
9 . 5 4
4 , 5 3 2 . 8 2
2 , 4 8 6 . 3 7
2 , 0 2 1 . 4 5
9 . 4 9
2 , 9 8 1 . 3 0
5 6 4 . 7 3
3 2 3 . 5 4
9 . 1 0
1 2 , 4 6 4 . 3 2
4 , 9 2 1 . 3 3
7 6 0 . 7 0
4 0 1 . 2 6
8 . 0 7
2 9 . 0 3
P R E P A R E D 0 7 / 2 1 / 2 0 1 4 , 1 3 : 5 1 : 5 3
P R O G R A M G M 3 6 0 L
C i t y o f P o c a t e l l o
A C C O U N T A C T I V I T Y L I S T I N G P A G E 9
A C C O U N T I N G P E R I O D 1 7 / 2 0 1 0
F U N D 0 0 3 S T R E E T F U N D
G R O U P P O A C C T G T R A N S A C T I O N Y T D / C U R R E N T
N B R N B R P E R . C D D A T E N U M B E R D E S C R I P T I O N E N C U M B R A N C E
0 0 3 - 0 0 0 0
7 9 4 0
7 5 7 2
7 5 7 2
7 5 7 2
7 5 7 2
7 2 0 5
7 9 3 1
7 9 3 9
6 7 5 9
6 7 5 9
6 7 5 9
6 7 5 9
6 7 6 9
6 7 7 0
5 9 7 3
5 9 7 3
5 9 7 3
5 9 7 3
5 2 0 7
5 2 0 7
5 2 0 7
5 2 0 7
4 9 6 9
4 5 1 6
4 5 1 6
- 3 0 1 . 0 1 - 0 0 P R O P E R T Y /
1 1 / 1 3
1 1 / 1 3
1 1 / 1 3
1 1 / 1 3
1 1 / 1 3
1 1 / 1 3
1 0 / 1 3
1 0 / 1 3
1 0 / 1 3
1 0 / 1 3
1 0 / 1 3
1 0 / 1 3
1 0 / 1 3
1 0 / 1 3
0 9 / 1 3
0 9 / 1 3
0 9 / 1 3
0 9 / 1 3
0 8 / 1 3
0 8 / 1 3
0 8 / 1 3
0 8 / 1 3
0 8 / 1 3
0 7 / 1 3
0 7 / 1 3
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
0 8 / 3 1 / 1 3
0 8 / 2 6 / 1 3
0 8 / 2 6 / 1 3
0 8 / 2 6 / 1 3
0 8 / 2 6 / 1 3
0 8 / 1 2 / 1 3
0 7 / 3 1 / 1 3
0 7 / 3 1 / 1 3
0 7 / 2 5 / 1 3
0 7 / 2 5 / 1 3
0 7 / 2 5 / 1 3
0 7 / 2 5 / 1 3
0 7 / 2 5 / 1 3
0 7 / 2 5 / 1 3
0 6 / 2 6 / 1 3
0 6 / 2 6 / 1 3
0 6 / 2 6 / 1 3
0 6 / 2 6 / 1 3
0 5 / 2 4 / 1 3
0 5 / 2 4 / 1 3
0 5 / 2 4 / 1 3
0 5 / 2 4 / 1 3
0 5 / 1 3 / 1 3
0 4 / 2 5 / 1 3
0 4 / 2 5 / 1 3
G E N E R A L
0 1 4 4 8 5 9
0 1 5 9 5 6 6
0 1 5 9 5 6 8
0 1 5 9 5 7 1
0 1 5 9 5 7 3
0 1 5 3 4 8 3
0 1 4 4 8 5 9
0 1 4 4 8 5 9
0 1 4 4 7 8 7
0 1 4 4 7 9 4
0 1 4 4 7 9 5
0 1 4 4 7 9 7
0 1 4 4 8 5 1
0 1 4 4 8 5 9
0 1 3 0 3 1 4
0 1 3 0 3 1 5
0 1 3 0 3 2 0
0 1 3 0 3 3 0
0 1 1 5 0 9 1
0 1 1 5 0 9 2
0 1 1 5 0 9 3
0 1 1 5 0 9 4
0 1 0 9 7 6 8
0 1 0 1 2 5 3
0 1 0 1 2 5 4
R E V E R S E # 6 7 7 0 M O N I E S
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B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / A U G
D E B B I E B 0 8 / 2 6 / 1 3 2 0
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / A U G
D E B B I E B 0 8 / 2 6 / 1 3 2 0
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / A U G
D E B B I E B 0 8 / 2 6 / 1 3 2 0
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U L Y
D E B B I E B 0 8 / 1 2 / 1 3 0 7
R E V E R S E C R # 6 7 7 0 M O N I E S
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B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U L Y
D E B B I E B 0 7 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 3
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U L Y
D E B B I E B 0 7 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 3
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U L Y
D E B B I E B 0 7 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 3
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U L Y
D E B B I E B 0 7 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 3
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N E
D E B B I E B 0 7 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 4
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N E
D E B B I E B 0 7 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 5
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N E
D E B B I E B 0 6 / 2 6 / 1 3 0 3
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N E
D E B B I E B 0 6 / 2 6 / 1 3 0 3
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N E
D E B B I E B 0 6 / 2 6 / 1 3 0 3
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N E
D E B B I E B 0 6 / 2 6 / 1 3 0 3
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A Y
D E B B I E B 0 5 / 2 4 / 1 3 0 9
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A Y
D E B B I E B 0 5 / 2 4 / 1 3 0 9
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A Y
D E B B I E B 0 5 / 2 4 / 1 3 0 9
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A Y
D E B B I E B 0 5 / 2 4 / 1 3 0 9
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / A P R I L
D E B B I E B 0 5 / 1 3 / 1 3 1 5
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / A P R
D E B B I E B 0 4 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 7
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P R O G R A M G M 3 6 0 L
C i t y o f P o c a t e l l o
A C C O U N T A C T I V I T Y L I S T I N G P A G E 1 0
A C C O U N T I N G P E R I O D 1 7 / 2 0 1 0
F U N D 0 0 3 S T R E E T F U N D
G R O U P P O A C C T G T R A N S A C T I O N Y T D / C U R R E N T
H E R N B R P E R . C D D A T E N U M B E R D E S C R I P T I O N E N C U M B R A N C E
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D E B I T S C R E D I T S B A L A N C E
0 0 3 - 0 0 0 0 - 3 0 1 . 0 1 - 0 0 P R O P E R T Y / G E N E R A L
4 5 1 6 0 7 / 1 3 C R 0 4 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 1 0 1 2 5 6
4 5 1 6 0 7 / 1 3 C R 0 4 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 1 0 1 2 6 1
4 1 5 7 0 7 / 1 3 C R 0 4 / 1 0 / 1 3 0 0 9 4 2 3 9
8 6 8 0 0 6 / 1 3 A J 0 3 / 3 1 / 1 3 A / P 2 0 1 2
3 9 3 8 0 6 / 1 3 C R 0 3 / 3 1 / 1 3 0 0 8 9 1 9 6
3 9 3 8 0 6 / 1 3 C R 0 3 / 3 1 / 1 3 0 0 8 9 1 9 9
3 9 3 8 0 6 / 1 3 C R 0 3 / 3 1 / 1 3 0 0 8 9 2 0 3
3 9 3 8 0 6 / 1 3 C R 0 3 / 3 1 / 1 3 0 0 8 9 2 0 7
3 4 3 9 0 6 / 1 3 C R 0 3 / 1 1 / 1 3 0 0 7 9 6 7 9
3 4 1 2 0 6 / 1 3 A P 0 3 / 0 8 / 1 3 7 0 7 1 9 3 6
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3 1 3 4 0 5 / 1 3 C R 0 2 / 2 6 / 1 3 0 0 7 2 4 8 4
3 1 3 4 0 5 / 1 3 C R 0 2 / 2 6 / 1 3 0 0 7 2 4 8 5
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2 8 6 7 0 5 / 1 3 C R 0 2 / 1 4 / 1 3 0 0 6 7 3 8 8
2 4 6 5 0 4 / 1 3 C R 0 1 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 0 5 8 0 1 4
2 4 6 5 0 4 / 1 3 C R 0 1 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 0 5 8 0 1 8
2 4 6 5 0 4 / 1 3 C R 0 1 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 0 5 8 0 1 9
2 4 6 5 0 4 / 1 3 C R 0 1 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 0 5 8 0 2 0
2 4 6 5 0 4 / 1 3 C R 0 1 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 0 5 8 0 3 8
2 4 6 5 0 4 / 1 3 C R 0 1 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 0 5 8 0 4 0
2 4 7 3 0 4 / 1 3 C R 0 1 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 0 5 8 1 0 2
1 8 4 5 0 3 / 1 3 C R 1 2 / 2 6 / 1 2 0 0 4 2 7 9 6
1 8 4 5 0 3 / 1 3 C R 1 2 / 2 6 / 1 2 0 0 4 2 8 0 4
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D E B B I E B 0 4 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 7
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / A P R
D E B B I E B 0 4 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 7
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / A P R
D E B B I E B 0 4 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 7
P O W E R C O U N T R E M I T / M A R C H
D E B B I E B 0 4 / 1 0 / 1 3 1 0
R E V E R S E G R P # 9 9 6
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B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A R
D E B B I E B 0 3 / 3 1 / 1 3 5 2
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A R
D E B B I E B 0 3 / 3 1 / 1 3 5 2
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A R
D E B B I E B 0 3 / 3 1 / 1 3 5 2
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A R
D E B B I E B 0 3 / 3 1 / 1 3 5 2
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E E
D E B B I E B 0 3 / 1 1 / 1 3 1 3
P O C A T E L L O D E V E L
A I R P O R T U R B A N R E N W L F Y 1 2
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E E
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 2 6 / 1 3 0 5
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E E
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 2 6 / 1 3 0 5
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E E
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 2 6 / 1 3 0 5
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E E
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 2 6 / 1 3 0 5
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 1 4 / 1 3 0 2
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 5
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 5
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 5
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 5
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 5
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 5
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 6
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 2 6 / 1 2 1 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 2 6 / 1 2 1 1
2 , 0 9 6 . 0 2
1 , 2 9 3 . 4 4
8 4 6 . 2 8
2 6 6 . 5 9
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1 1 , 7 4 4 . 2 4
6 , 2 3 7 . 2 9
4 , 5 7 8 . 6 0
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7 7 9 . 8 5
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9 2 , 9 0 2 . 9 8
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P R E P A R E D 0 7 / 2 1 / 2 0 1 4 , 1 3 : 5 1 : 5 3
P R O G R A M G M 3 6 0 L
C i t y o f P o c a t e l l o
A C C O U N T A C T I V I T Y L I S T I N G P A G E 1 1
A C C O U N T I N G P E R I O D 1 7 / 2 0 1 0
F U N D 0 0 3 S T R E E T F U N D
G R O U P P O A C C T G T R A N S A C T I O N Y T D / C U R R E N T
N B R N B R P E R . C D D A T E N U M B E R D E S C R I P T I O N E N C U M B R A N C E
0 0 3 - 0 0 0 0
1 8 4 5
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1 1 8 3
1 1 8 3
1 1 8 3
5 1 8
5 1 8
5 1 8
5 1 8
6 1 1 9
6 1 1 9
6 1 1 9
6 1 1 9
5 4 1 6
5 4 1 6
5 4 1 6
5 4 1 6
5 0 2 6
4 6 1 3
4 6 1 3
4 6 1 3
4 6 1 3
4 6 1 3
4 3 8 3
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0 3 / 1 3
0 3 / 1 3
0 2 / 1 3
0 2 / 1 3
0 2 / 1 3
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0 1 / 1 3
0 1 / 1 3
0 1 / 1 3
0 9 / 1 4
0 9 / 1 4
0 9 / 1 4
0 9 / 1 4
0 8 / 1 4
0 8 / 1 4
0 8 / 1 4
0 8 / 1 4
0 8 / 1 4
0 7 / 1 4
0 7 / 1 4
0 7 / 1 4
0 7 / 1 4
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C R
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1 2 / 2 6 / 1 2
1 2 / 2 6 / 1 2
1 2 / 1 0 / 1 2
1 1 / 2 8 / 1 2
1 1 / 2 8 / 1 2
1 1 / 2 8 / 1 2
1 0 / 2 5 / 1 2
1 0 / 2 5 / 1 2
1 0 / 2 5 / 1 2
1 0 / 2 5 / 1 2
0 6 / 2 5 / 1 4
0 6 / 2 5 / 1 4
0 6 / 2 5 / 1 4
0 6 / 2 5 / 1 4
0 5 / 2 8 / 1 4
0 5 / 2 8 / 1 4
0 5 / 2 8 / 1 4
0 5 / 2 8 / 1 4
0 5 / 1 2 / 1 4
0 4 / 2 5 / 1 4
0 4 / 2 5 / 1 4
0 4 / 2 5 / 1 4
0 4 / 2 5 / 1 4
0 4 / 2 5 / 1 4
0 4 / 1 7 / 1 4
G E N E R A L
0 0 4 2 8 0 9
0 0 4 2 8 1 0
0 0 3 5 6 1 9
0 0 2 8 8 2 0
0 0 2 8 8 9 1
0 0 2 8 9 1 7
0 0 1 3 5 7 5
0 0 1 3 5 8 1
0 0 1 3 5 8 3
0 0 1 3 5 8 4
0 1 2 9 1 1 8
0 1 2 9 1 3 0
0 1 2 9 1 3 1
0 1 2 9 1 3 3
0 1 1 5 3 1 3
0 1 1 5 3 1 4
0 1 1 5 3 1 6
0 1 1 5 3 1 7
0 1 0 8 2 2 4
0 1 0 0 3 0 9
0 1 0 0 3 1 1
0 1 0 0 3 1 3
0 1 0 0 3 1 6
0 1 0 0 3 2 0
0 0 9 6 4 4 4
C U R R E N T
D E B I T S C R E D I T S B A L A N C E
c o n t i n u e d
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
1 2 / 2 6 / 1 2 1 1
C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
1 2 / 2 6 / 1 2 1 1
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
1 2 / 1 0 / 1 2 0 7
C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
1 1 / 2 8 / 1 2 0 1
C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
1 1 / 2 8 / 1 2 0 1
C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
1 1 / 2 8 / 1 2 0 1
C O U N T Y R E M I T / O C T
1 0 / 2 5 / 1 2 0 8
C O U N T Y R E M I T / O C T
1 0 / 2 5 / 1 2 0 8
C O U N T Y R E M I T / O C T
1 0 / 2 5 / 1 2 0 8
C O U N T Y R E M I T / O C T
1 0 / 2 5 / 1 2 0 8
C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N E
0 6 / 2 5 / 1 4 0 2
C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N E
0 6 / 2 5 / 1 4 0 2
C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N E
0 6 / 2 5 / 1 4 0 2
C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N E
0 6 / 2 5 / 1 4 0 2
C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A Y
0 5 / 2 8 / 1 4 1 2
C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A Y
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C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A Y
0 5 / 2 8 / 1 4 1 2
C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A Y
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D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
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B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
0 5 / 1 2 / 1 4 1 3
C O U N T Y R E M I T / A P R
0 4 / 2 5 / 1 4 0 7
C O U N T Y R E M I T / A P R
0 4 / 2 5 / 1 4 0 7
C O U N T Y R E M I T / A P R
0 4 / 2 5 / 1 4 0 7
C O U N T Y R E M I T / A P R
0 4 / 2 5 / 1 4 0 7
C O U N T Y R E M I T / A P R
0 4 / 2 5 / 1 4 0 7
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7 4 3
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P R E P A R E D 0 7 / 2 1 / 2 0 1 4 , 1 3 : 5 1 : 5 3
P R O G R A M G M 3 6 0 L
C i t y o f P o c a t e l l o
A C C O U N T A C T I V I T Y L I S T I N G P A G E 1 2
A C C O U N T I N G P E R I O D 1 7 / 2 0 1 0
F U N D 0 0 3 S T R E E T F U N D
G R O U P P O A C C T G T R A N S A C T I O N
N B R N B R P E R . C D D A T E N U M B E R D E S C R I P T I O N
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0 0 3 - 0 0 0 0 - 3 0 1 . 0 1 - 0 0 P R O P E R T Y / G E N E R A L
3 8 2 5 0 6 / 1 4 C R 0 3 / 2 5 / 1 4 0 0 8 5 2 0 4
3 8 2 5 0 6 / 1 4 C R 0 3 / 2 5 / 1 4 0 0 8 5 2 0 6
3 8 2 5 0 6 / 1 4 C R 0 3 / 2 5 / 1 4 0 0 8 5 2 0 8
3 8 2 5 0 6 / 1 4 C R 0 3 / 2 5 / 1 4 0 0 8 5 2 1 0
3 8 2 5 0 6 / 1 4 C R 0 3 / 2 5 / 1 4 0 0 8 5 2 1 4
3 1 7 6 0 5 / 1 4 C R 0 2 / 2 6 / 1 4 0 0 7 1 4 9 6
3 1 7 6 0 5 / 1 4 C R 0 2 / 2 6 / 1 4 0 0 7 1 5 0 1
3 1 7 6 0 5 / 1 4 C R 0 2 / 2 6 / 1 4 0 0 7 1 5 0 6
3 1 7 6 0 5 / 1 4 C R 0 2 / 2 6 / 1 4 0 0 7 1 5 2 8
3 1 7 6 0 5 / 1 4 C R 0 2 / 2 6 / 1 4 0 0 7 1 5 3 1
2 8 5 3 0 5 / 1 4 C R 0 2 / 1 0 / 1 4 0 0 6 4 1 0 2
2 8 5 3 0 5 / 1 4 C R 0 2 / 1 0 / 1 4 0 0 6 4 1 0 3
2 8 5 3 0 5 / 1 4 C R 0 2 / 1 0 / 1 4 0 0 6 4 1 0 5
2 5 3 5 0 4 / 1 4 C R 0 1 / 2 8 / 1 4 0 0 5 7 7 8 5
2 5 0 4 0 4 / 1 4 C R 0 1 / 2 4 / 1 4 0 0 5 6 5 6 7
2 5 0 4 0 4 / 1 4 C R 0 1 / 2 4 / 1 4 0 0 5 6 5 6 8
2 5 0 4 0 4 / 1 4 C R 0 1 / 2 4 / 1 4 0 0 5 6 5 7 0
2 5 0 4 0 4 / 1 4 C R 0 1 / 2 4 / 1 4 0 0 5 6 5 7 1
2 5 0 4 0 4 / 1 4 C R 0 1 / 2 4 / 1 4 0 0 5 6 5 7 2
1 8 4 3 0 3 / 1 4 C R 1 2 / 2 6 / 1 3 0 0 4 2 4 2 7
1 8 4 3 0 3 / 1 4 C R 1 2 / 2 6 / 1 3 0 0 4 2 4 3 0
1 8 4 3 0 3 / 1 4 C R 1 2 / 2 6 / 1 3 0 0 4 2 4 3 3
1 8 4 3 0 3 / 1 4 C R 1 2 / 2 6 / 1 3 0 0 4 2 4 3 6
1 8 4 3 0 3 / 1 4 C R 1 2 / 2 6 / 1 3 0 0 4 2 4 3 8
D E B B I E B 0 4 / 1 7 / 1 4 0 2
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A R
D E B B I E B 0 3 / 2 5 / 1 4 0 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A R
D E B B I E B 0 3 / 2 5 / 1 4 0 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A R
D E B B I E B 0 3 / 2 5 / 1 4 0 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A R
D E B B I E B 0 3 / 2 5 / 1 4 0 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A R
D E B B I E B 0 3 / 2 5 / 1 4 0 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E B
D E B B I S B 0 2 / 2 6 / 1 4 0 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E E
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 2 6 / 1 4 0 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E B
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 2 6 / 1 4 0 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E B
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 2 6 / 1 4 0 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E B
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 2 6 / 1 4 0 1
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 1 0 / 1 4 0 7
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 1 0 / 1 4 0 7
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 1 0 / 1 4 0 7
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 8 / 1 4 0 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 4 / 1 4 0 4
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 4 / 1 4 0 4
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 4 / 1 4 0 4
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 4 / 1 4 0 4
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 4 / 1 4 0 4
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 2 6 / 1 3 0 2
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 2 6 / 1 3 0 2
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 2 6 / 1 3 0 2
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 2 6 / 1 3 0 2
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 2 6 / 1 3 0 2
c o n t i n u e d
2 5 , 7 3 9 . 5 6
1 , 5 9 3 . 0 4
4 9 3 . 9 7
2 , 6 4 8 . 2 0
5 . 5 9
3 5 , 7 8 5 . 2 8
2 , 5 5 6 . 3 8
1 , 5 1 5 . 1 0
2 , 0 4 1 . 5 6
2 9 . 3 8
1 4 . 2 4
2 6 . 5 2
2 6 . 3 8
1 , 4 9 3 . 8 5
1 , 1 9 5 , 1 7 8 . 1 5
4 , 6 3 8 . 3 5
1 , 9 1 7 . 8 3
1 , 5 7 0 . 9 9
4 9 7 . 7 1
1 1 8 , 4 1 2 . 0 2
1 , 9 3 1 . 0 5
4 4 3 . 9 6
6 0 6 . 7 3
6 . 0 2
P R E P A R E D 0 7 / 2 1 / 2 0 1 4 , 1 3 : 5 1 : 5 3
P R O G R A M G M 3 6 0 L
C i t y o f P o c a t e l l o
A C C O U N T A C T I V I T Y L I S T I N G P A G E 1 3
A C C O U N T I N G P E R I O D 1 7 / 2 0 1 0
F U N D 0 0 3 S T R E E T F U N D
G R O U P P O A C C T G T R A N S A C T I O N Y T D / C U R R E N T
N B R N B R P E R . C D D A T E N U M B E R D E S C R I P T I O N E N C U M B R A N C E
0 0 3 - 0 0 0 0
1 1 8 7
1 1 8 7
1 1 8 7
1 1 8 7
4 6 5
4 6 5
4 6 5
4 6 5
- 3 0 1 . 0 1 - 0 0 P R O P E R T Y /
0 2 / 1 4
0 2 / 1 4
0 2 / 1 4
0 2 / 1 4
0 1 / 1 4
0 1 / 1 4
0 1 / 1 4
0 1 / 1 4
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
1 1 / 2 5 / 1 3
1 1 / 2 5 / 1 3
1 1 / 2 5 / 1 3
1 1 / 2 5 / 1 3
1 0 / 2 5 / 1 3
1 0 / 2 5 / 1 3
1 0 / 2 5 / 1 3
1 0 / 2 5 / 1 3
G E N E R A L
0 0 2 7 3 4 5
0 0 2 7 3 4 7
0 0 2 7 3 4 9
0 0 2 7 3 5 1
0 0 1 2 8 6 6
0 0 1 2 8 6 7
0 0 1 2 8 6 8
0 0 1 2 8 6 9
C U R R E N T
D E B I T S C R E D I T S B A L A N C E
c o n t i n u e d
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
B A N N O C K
D E B B I E B
C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
1 1 / 2 5 / 1 3 1 3
C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
1 1 / 2 5 / 1 3 1 3
C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
1 1 / 2 5 / 1 3 1 3
C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
1 1 / 2 5 / 1 3 1 3
C O U N T Y R E M I T / O C T
1 0 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 3
C O U N T Y R E M I T / O C T
1 0 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 3
C O U N T Y R E M I T / O C T
1 0 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 3
C O U N T Y R E M I T / O C T
1 0 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 3
3 , 3 4 9 . 0 8
7 0 3 . 3 1
3 , 7 6 3 . 2 7
4 . 4 1
3 , 9 5 9 . 6 0
8 9 0 . 8 2
9 5 4 . 1 6
8 1 / > T / - 0 '
r t f > p < ^ h f ( " ~ * - ^ V
A C C O U N T T O T A L . 0 0 5 6 , 2 9 2 . 6 1 9 , 7 9 8 , 5 2 8 . 2 8 9 , 7 4 2 , 2 3 5 . 6 7 -
0 0 3 - 0 0 0 0 - 3 0 2 . 0 5 - 0 0 P R O P E R T Y /
9 6 5 7 1 2 / 1 0 A J 0 9 / 3 0 / 1 0
9 7 4 6 1 3 / 1 0 A J 0 9 / 3 0 / 1 0
9 7 9 7 1 3 / 1 0 A J 0 9 / 3 0 / 1 0
9 8 2 3 1 3 / 1 0 A J 0 9 / 3 0 / 1 0
9 3 3 7 1 2 / 1 0 C R 0 9 / 2 7 / 1 0
8 9 6 3 1 2 / 1 0 C R 0 9 / 1 5 / 1 0
8 4 6 7 1 1 / 1 0 C R 0 8 / 2 6 / 1 0
7 5 3 7 1 0 / 1 0 C R 0 7 / 2 8 / 1 0
7 4 7 1 1 0 / 1 0 C R 0 7 / 2 7 / 1 0
6 6 8 7 0 9 / 1 0 C R 0 6 / 2 9 / 1 0
6 1 1 4 0 9 / 1 0 C R 0 6 / 1 1 / 1 0
5 6 2 3 0 8 / 1 0 C R 0 5 / 2 5 / 1 0
4 8 4 2 0 7 / 1 0 C R 0 4 / 2 7 / 1 0
4 5 2 9 0 7 / 1 0 C R 0 4 / 1 2 / 1 0
C O U N T Y R O A D
R E C E I V A B L E P O W E R C N T Y R E M I
1 0 / 0 6 / 1 0 R O A D & B R I D G E
R E C E I V A B L E C O U N T Y R O A D A N D
R E C E I V A B L E F O R F Y 2 0 1 0
R E C E I V A B L E C O U N T Y R O A D A N D
T A X F O R F Y 2 0 1 0
R E C E I V A B L E C O U N T Y R O A D A N D
F O R F Y 2 0 1 0 R E C ' D N O V 2 0 1 0
0 1 7 1 7 7 6 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / S E P T
D E B B I E B 0 9 / 2 7 / 1 0 1 1
0 1 6 6 4 5 6 P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / A U G U S T
D E B B I E B 0 9 / 1 5 / 1 0 1 2
0 1 5 6 8 8 6 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / A U G
D E B B I E B 0 8 / 2 6 / 1 0 0 1
0 1 4 2 6 9 8 P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N E
D E B B I E B 0 7 / 2 8 / 1 0 1 6
0 1 4 1 9 1 6 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U L Y
D E B B I E B 0 7 / 2 7 / 1 0 0 3
0 1 2 8 5 2 1 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N E
D E B B I E B 0 6 / 2 9 / 1 0 2 0
0 1 2 0 1 8 6 P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A Y
D E B B I E B 0 6 / 1 1 / 1 0 0 1
0 1 1 2 4 6 3 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A Y
D E B B I E B 0 5 / 2 5 / 1 0 1 1
0 0 9 8 8 0 0 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / A P R I
D E B B I E B 0 4 / 2 7 / 1 0 0 7
0 0 9 2 1 8 3 P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A R C H
D E B B I E B 0 4 / 1 2 / 1 0 1 0
4 8 7 . 6 0
6 2 8 . 4 8
5 0 . 0 0
1 , 3 1 1 . 8 1
1 , 6 0 0 . 5 7
7 9 . 7 4
5 , 8 0 6 . 5 7
5 2 8 . 8 3
1 2 0 , 8 4 5 . 0 0
6 , 4 1 1 . 3 7
4 . 8 2
2 , 4 4 7 . 1 7
2 , 8 8 2 . 9 8
5 . 6 2
P R E P A R E D 0 7 / 2 1 / 2 0 1 4 , 1 3 : 5 1 : 5 3
P R O G R A M G M 3 6 0 L
C i t y o f P o c a t e l l o
A C C O U N T A C T I V I T Y L I S T I N G P A G E 1 4
A C C O U N T I N G P E R I O D 1 7 / 2 0 1 0
F U N D 0 0 3 S T R E E T F U N D
G R O U P P O A C C T G T R A N S A C T I O N
N B R N B R P E R . C D D A T E N U M B E R
0 0 3 - 0 0 0 0
4 1 5 1
3 7 1 8
3 4 7 1
3 0 5 1
2 7 1 0
2 6 7 1
1 9 5 4
1 0 7 8 0
1 0 7 9 1
1 0 3 9 5
1 0 0 0 8
9 5 6 7
9 1 2 7
8 3 9 0
8 3 5 5
7 3 6 5
6 3 1 0
5 8 6 3
5 4 9 3
5 0 5 0
4 6 5 3
4 2 8 6
3 9 0 4
2 9 2 5
2 9 2 8
- 3 0 2 . 0 5 - 0 0 P R O P E R T Y /
0 6 / 1 0
0 6 / 1 0
0 5 / 1 0
0 5 / 1 0
0 4 / 1 0
0 4 / 1 0
0 3 / 1 0
1 3 / 1 1
1 3 / 1 1
1 2 / 1 1
1 2 / 1 1
1 1 / 1 1
1 1 / 1 1
1 0 / 1 1
1 0 / 1 1
0 9 / 1 1
0 8 / 1 1
0 8 / 1 1
0 7 / 1 1
0 7 / 1 1
0 6 / 1 1
0 6 / 1 1
0 5 / 1 1
0 4 / 1 1
0 4 / 1 1
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
A J
A J
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
0 3 / 2 6 / 1 0
0 3 / 0 9 / 1 0
0 2 / 2 6 / 1 0
0 2 / 1 0 / 1 0
0 1 / 2 8 / 1 0
0 1 / 2 7 / 1 0
1 2 / 2 9 / 0 9
0 9 / 3 0 / 1 1
0 9 / 3 0 / 1 1
0 9 / 2 7 / 1 1
0 9 / 1 2 / 1 1
0 8 / 2 9 / 1 1
0 8 / 1 7 / 1 1
0 7 / 2 7 / 1 1
0 7 / 2 6 / 1 1
0 6 / 2 8 / 1 1
0 5 / 2 5 / 1 1
0 5 / 1 0 / 1 1
0 4 / 2 7 / 1 1
0 4 / 1 1 / 1 1
0 3 / 2 8 / 1 1
0 3 / 1 4 / 1 1
0 2 / 2 8 / 1 1
0 1 / 2 5 / 1 1
0 1 / 2 5 / 1 1
Y T D / C U R R E N T
D E S C R I P T I O N E N C U M B R A N C E
C U R R E N T
D E B I T S C R E D I T S B A L A N C E
C O U N T Y R O A D c o n t i n u e d
0 0 8 4 5 6 1
0 0 7 6 7 6 0
0 0 7 1 1 2 6
0 0 6 3 3 7 9
0 0 5 6 7 8 3
0 0 5 6 3 5 6
0 0 4 1 9 8 1
R E C L A S S
R E C E I V A B L E
0 1 8 8 3 5 5
0 1 8 0 8 2 1
0 1 7 3 6 7 1
0 1 6 7 7 2 7
0 1 5 6 8 7 1
0 1 5 6 3 6 4
0 1 4 1 7 2 5
0 1 2 5 2 1 1
0 1 1 7 0 9 2
0 1 0 9 7 5 5
0 1 0 2 0 5 3
0 0 9 4 4 1 9
0 0 8 7 7 2 9
0 0 7 8 7 1 7
0 0 6 0 9 8 0
0 0 6 1 0 7 9
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A R
D E B B I E B 0 3 / 2 6 / 1 0 0 8
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E E
D E B B I E B 0 3 / 0 9 / 1 0 1 0
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E E
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 2 6 / 1 0 0 1
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 1 0 / 1 0 0 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 8 / 1 0 1 6
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 7 / 1 0 1 6
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 2 9 / 0 9 0 1
P R O P E R T Y T A X R E
R E C E I V A B L E S F O R F Y 2 0 1 1
N O V P R O P E R T Y T A
C O U N T Y R D & B R R E C F Y 1 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / S E P T
D E B B I E B 0 9 / 2 7 / 1 1 0 5
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / A U G U S T
D E B B I E B 0 9 / 1 2 / 1 1 1 2
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / A U G
D E B B I E B 0 8 / 2 9 / 1 1 1 6
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U L Y
D E B B I E B 0 8 / 1 7 / 1 1 0 3
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N E
D E B B I E B 0 7 / 2 7 / 1 1 1 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U L Y
D E B B I E B 0 7 / 2 6 / 1 1 1 4
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N E
D E B B I E B 0 6 / 2 8 / 1 1 1 2
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A Y
D E B B I E B 0 5 / 2 5 / 1 1 1 0
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / A P R I L
D E B B I E B 0 5 / 1 0 / 1 1 0 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / A P R
D E B B I E B 0 4 / 2 7 / 1 1 0 1
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A R C H
D E B B I E B 0 4 / 1 1 / 1 1 0 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A R
D E B B I E B 0 3 / 2 8 / 1 1 0 3
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E E
D E B B I E B 0 3 / 1 4 / 1 1 0 9
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E E
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 2 8 / 1 1 0 6
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 5 / 1 1 0 3
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
8 , 5 3 4
3 9
3 , 6 6 7
7
1 6 6 , 2 8 7
8 0 4
2 2 , 1 4 3
6 7 2
1 , 6 0 5 .
1 , 0 5 6 .
1 7 .
4 , 1 4 4 .
2 4 .
7 9 0 .
1 1 5 , 1 9 5 .
6 , 0 6 4 .
1 , 7 9 4 .
2 7 .
3 , 2 8 5 .
1 .
3 , 2 9 2 .
6 .
4 , 0 7 1 .
1 6 2 , 4 0 9 .
1 , 1 9 1 .
. 0 9
. 3 0
. 5 5
. 0 2
. 1 6
. 6 2
. 6 0
. 5 2
. 8 0
. 4 8
. 0 9
. 5 6
. 4 3
. 9 1
7 2
0 2
2 1
9 9
1 1
6 8
6 5
6 8
1 1
4 5
4 6
P R E P A R E D 0 7 / 2 1 / 2 0 1 4 , 1 3 : 5 1 : 5 3
P R O G R A M G M 3 6 0 L
C i t y o f P o c a t e l l o
A C C O U N T A C T I V I T Y L I S T I N G P A G E 1 5
A C C O U N T I N G P E R I O D 1 7 / 2 0 1 0
F U N D 0 0 3 S T R E E T F U N D
G R O U P P O A C C T G T R A N S A C T I O N
N B R N B R P E R . C D D A T E N U M B E R D E S C R I P T I O N
Y T D / C U R R E N T
E N C U M B R A N C E D E B I T S C R E D I T S
C U R R E N T
B A L A N C E
0 0 3 - 0 0 0 0 - 3 0 2 . 0 5 - 0 0 P R O P E R T Y /
2 1 6 8 0 3 / 1 1 C R 1 2 / 2 7 / 1 0
1 8 8 2 0 3 / 1 1 C R 1 2 / 1 6 / 1 0
1 9 5 0 1 / 1 1 C R 1 0 / 1 1 / 1 0
3 1 1 0 1 / 1 1 A J 1 0 / 0 6 / 1 0
9 7 9 2 1 3 / 1 2 A J 0 9 / 3 0 / 1 2
9 8 6 0 1 3 / 1 2 A J 0 9 / 3 0 / 1 2
9 4 0 6 1 2 / 1 2 C R 0 9 / 2 5 / 1 2
8 7 3 4 1 1 / 1 2 C R 0 8 / 2 8 / 1 2
7 9 5 8 1 0 / 1 2 C R 0 7 / 3 0 / 1 2
7 7 4 2 1 0 / 1 2 C R 0 7 / 2 3 / 1 2
7 0 1 4 0 9 / 1 2 C R 0 6 / 2 6 / 1 2
6 0 9 6 0 8 / 1 2 C R 0 5 / 2 5 / 1 2
5 1 8 3 0 7 / 1 2 C R 0 4 / 2 5 / 1 2
4 7 3 9 0 7 / 1 2 C R 0 4 / 0 9 / 1 2
4 3 6 7 0 6 / 1 2 C R 0 3 / 2 6 / 1 2
3 7 0 8 0 5 / 1 2 C R 0 2 / 2 8 / 1 2
3 3 3 6 0 5 / 1 2 C R 0 2 / 1 3 / 1 2
3 0 4 0 0 4 / 1 2 C R 0 1 / 3 1 / 1 2
2 7 7 9 0 4 / 1 2 C R 0 1 / 2 4 / 1 2
2 1 7 2 0 3 / 1 2 C R 1 2 / 2 8 / 1 1
1 8 3 8 0 3 / 1 2 C R 1 2 / 1 2 / 1 1
8 7 5 6 1 3 / 1 3 A J 0 9 / 3 0 / 1 3
8 8 4 0 1 3 / 1 3 A J 0 9 / 3 0 / 1 3
8 3 4 7 1 2 / 1 3 C R 0 9 / 2 6 / 1 3
C O U N T Y R O A D
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 5 / 1 1 0 4
0 0 4 5 2 7 1 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 2 7 / 1 0 0 8
0 0 4 0 0 8 1 P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 1 6 / 1 0 0 4
0 0 0 5 5 9 3 P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / S E P T
D E B B I E B 1 0 / 1 1 / 1 0 1 2
R E C E I V A B L E R E C L A S S P O W E R C
P Y M T F Y 1 0 R E C E I V A B L E
T A X R E C V B L B A N N O C K C O U N T Y
R O A D A N D B R I D G E R E C E I V B L E
R E C E I V A B L E C O U N T Y R D & B R I
N O V T A X R E M I T T A N C E
0 1 8 6 6 9 5 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / S E P T
D E B B I E B 0 9 / 2 5 / 1 2 0 1
0 1 7 2 9 2 3 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / A U G
D E B B I E B 0 8 / 2 8 / 1 2 0 9
0 1 5 8 9 9 7 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U L Y
D E B B I E B 0 7 / 3 0 / 1 2 1 9
0 1 5 5 6 9 0 P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N E
D E B B I E B 0 7 / 2 3 / 1 2 2 0
0 1 4 0 8 8 3 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N E
D E B B I E B 0 6 / 2 6 / 1 2 0 9
0 1 2 4 8 8 7 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A Y
D E B B I E B 0 5 / 2 5 / 1 2 1 4
0 1 0 9 1 0 2 B A N N O C K C N T Y R E M I T / A P R I L
D E B B I E B 0 4 / 2 5 / 1 2 0 2
0 1 0 1 1 4 5 P O W E R C T Y R E M I T / M A R 2 0 1 2
S T E A R N S 0 4 / 0 9 / 1 2 2 0
0 0 9 3 2 8 7 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A R
D E B B I E B 0 3 / 2 6 / 1 2 1 1
0 0 7 8 8 4 2 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E E
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 2 8 / 1 2 0 5
0 0 7 1 6 6 6 P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 1 3 / 1 2 0 7
0 0 6 5 6 8 4 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 3 1 / 1 2 5 2
0 0 6 1 1 1 1 P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 4 / 1 2 0 3
0 0 4 6 4 4 3 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 2 8 / 1 1 0 5
0 0 3 9 0 4 7 P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / N O V
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 1 2 / 1 1 0 8
R E C E I V A B L E B A N N O C K C O U N T Y
G R # 4 6 5
R E C E I V A B L E R O A D & B R I D G E R
N O V E M B E R T A X R E M I T F Y 1 3
0 1 7 5 4 2 1 B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / S E P T
D E B B I E B 0 9 / 2 6 / 1 3 0 1
c o n t i n u e d
4 8 7 . 6 0
1 6 , 0 0 2 . 0 1
4 7 . 8 8
4 8 7 . 6 0
6 4 1 . 0 2
1 , 5 5 0 . 3 3
1 , 4 0 7 . 0 5
4 , 7 0 6 . 9 8
1 2 3 , 9 2 9 . 4 1
2 , 4 3 2 . 3 8
5 , 1 1 8 . 9 7
2 , 6 4 8 . 9 2
2 , 5 3 9 . 1 4
1 , 3 2 9 . 9 2
7 , 7 0 4 . 5 5
5 , 2 3 3 . 0 7
1 1 . 3 2
1 6 8 , 5 5 4 . 7 5
1 , 6 4 3 . 7 2
1 4 , 7 7 4 . 1 2
1 0 1 . 4 9
1 , 0 0 1 . 0 3
1 , 5 3 3 . 7 3
1 , 0 5 2 . 8 9
P R E P A R E D 0 7 / 2 1 / 2 0 1 4 , 1 3 : 5 1 : 5 3
P R O G R A M G M 3 6 0 L
C i t y o f P o c a t e l l o
A C C O U N T A C T I V I T Y L I S T I N G P A G E 1 6
A C C O U N T I N G P E R I O D 1 7 / 2 0 1 0
F U N D 0 0 3 S T R E E T F U N D
G R O U P P O A C C T G T R A N S A C T I O N
N B R N B R P E R . C D D A T E N U M B E R
0 0 3 - 0 0 0 0
7 5 7 2
6 7 5 9
6 7 6 9
5 2 0 7
4 5 1 6
4 1 5 7
3 9 3 8
3 4 3 9
3 1 3 4
2 8 6 7
2 4 6 5
2 4 7 3
1 8 4 5
2 0 7 0
6 1 1 9
5 4 1 6
4 6 1 3
4 3 8 3
3 8 2 5
3 1 7 6
2 8 5 3
2 5 3 5
2 5 0 4
1 8 4 3
9 5 6
- 3 0 2 . 0 5 - 0 0 P R O P E R T Y /
1 1 / 1 3
1 0 / 1 3
1 0 / 1 3
0 8 / 1 3
0 7 / 1 3
0 7 / 1 3
0 6 / 1 3
0 6 / 1 3
0 5 / 1 3
0 5 / 1 3
0 4 / 1 3
0 4 / 1 3
0 3 / 1 3
0 3 / 1 3
0 9 / 1 4
0 8 / 1 4
0 7 / 1 4
0 7 / 1 4
0 6 / 1 4
0 5 / 1 4
0 5 / 1 4
0 4 / 1 4
0 4 / 1 4
0 3 / 1 4
0 1 / 1 4
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
A J
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
C R
A J
0 8 / 2 6 / 1 3
0 7 / 2 5 / 1 3
0 7 / 2 5 / 1 3
0 5 / 2 4 / 1 3
0 4 / 2 5 / 1 3
0 4 / 1 0 / 1 3
0 3 / 3 1 / 1 3
0 3 / 1 1 / 1 3
0 2 / 2 6 / 1 3
0 2 / 1 4 / 1 3
0 1 / 2 5 / 1 3
0 1 / 2 5 / 1 3
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0 1 4 4 8 5 4
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0 1 0 1 2 6 4
0 0 9 4 2 4 0
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0 1 2 9 1 3 6
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0 0 6 4 1 0 7
0 0 5 7 7 8 7
0 0 5 6 5 7 6
0 0 4 2 4 4 4
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B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / A U G
D E B B I E B 0 8 / 2 6 / 1 3 2 0
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U L Y
D E B B I E B 0 7 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 3
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N E
D E B B I E B 0 7 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 4
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A Y
D E B B I E B 0 5 / 2 4 / 1 3 0 9
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / A P R
D E B B I E B 0 4 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 7
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A R C H
D E B B I E B 0 4 / 1 0 / 1 3 1 0
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A R
D E B B I E B 0 3 / 3 1 / 1 3 5 2
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E B
D E B B I E B 0 3 / 1 1 / 1 3 1 3
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E B
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 2 6 / 1 3 0 5
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 1 4 / 1 3 0 2
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 5
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 6
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / D E C
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 2 6 / 1 2 1 1
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P O W E R C N T Y R E C ' D 1 2 / 1 0 / 1 2
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J U N E
D E B B I E B 0 6 / 2 5 / 1 4 0 2
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A Y
D E B B I E B 0 5 / 2 8 / 1 4 1 2
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / A P R
D E B B I E B 0 4 / 2 5 / 1 4 0 7
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A R C H
D E B B I E B 0 4 / 1 7 / 1 4 0 2
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / M A R
D E B B I E B 0 3 / 2 5 / 1 4 0 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / F E B
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 2 6 / 1 4 0 1
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 1 0 / 1 4 0 7
P O W E R C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 8 / 1 4 0 1
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / J A N
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 2 4 / 1 4 0 4
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c o n t i n u e d
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2
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4
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P R O G R A M G M 3 6 0 L
C i t y o f P o c a t e l l o
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0 0 3 S T R E E T F U N D
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M O B I L E T A X
M O B I L E T A X
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0 1 4 3 3 3 9
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0 1 5 7 4 3 1
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0 1 5 8 3 8 1
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M I T A N C E C O R R E C T I O N G R # 4 6 5
B A N N O C K C O U N T Y R E M I T / O C T
D E B B I E B 1 0 / 2 5 / 1 3 0 3
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T A X F Y 1 0 G R P # 9 8 4 5
P R E P A I D M - H O M E S
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I N T E R M O U N T A I N G A S / J U N 2 0 1 0
S T E A R N S 0 7 / 3 0 / 1 0 0 7
1 / 1 0 - 3 / 1 0 F R A N C H I S E / I . G A S
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P R O G R A M G M 3 6 0 L
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A C C O U N T A C T I V I T Y L I S T I N G P A G E 1 8
A C C O U N T I N G P E R I O D 1 7 / 2 0 1 0
F U N D 0 0 3 S T R E E T F U N D
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0 1 8 0 2 2 6
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F R A N C H I S E F E E / I N T M T N G A S
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 0 1 / 1 2 5 0
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1 S T Q T R 2 0 1 3 F R A N C H S E F E E
S T E A R N S 0 4 / 2 9 / 1 3 0 5
I N T R M T N G A S D E C 1 2 F R N C H S E
S T E A R N S 0 1 / 3 1 / 1 3 0 1
I N T R M T N G A S : 1 / 1 4 - 3 / 1 4 F R C
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F O R J U L Y S E P T 2 0 1 0
1 0 / 1 0 C R 0 7 / 2 3 / 1 0 0 1 4 0 3 2 1
0 7 / 1 0 C R 0 4 / 2 8 / 1 0 0 0 9 9 1 6 1
0 4 / 1 0 C R 0 1 / 2 2 / 1 0 0 0 5 4 0 9 3
H W Y U S E R S T A T E 4 T H Q T R 1 1 0
S U E 0 7 / 2 3 / 1 0 0 3
H W Y U S E R S T A T E 3 R D Q T R ' 1 0
( 1 / 1 0 - 3 / 1 0 ) C I T Y 2 N D Q T R
H W Y U S E R S T A T E 2 N D Q T R ' 1 0
( 1 0 / 0 9 - 1 2 / 0 9 ) C I T Y 1 S T Q T R
0 4 / 1 0 A J 0 1 / 1 9 / 1 0 C O R R E C T I O N C O R R E C T I O N O N P
T A X R E C ' D D E C 2 0 0 9
1 3 / 1 1 A J 0 9 / 3 0 / 1 1 R E C E I V A B L E H I G H W A Y U S E R ' S
R E C E I V A B L E S E P T 2 0 1 1
1 0 / 1 1 C R 0 7 / 2 2 / 1 1 0 1 5 4 3 7 6 H W Y U S E R S T A T E 4 T H Q T R
( 4 / 1 1 - 6 / 1 1 ) C I T Y 3 R D Q T R
4 6 7 , 6 9 7 . 9 1
4 3 9 , 7 6 7 . 1 1
4 6 4 , 3 8 7 . 5 4
4 8 2 , 9 1 6 . 2 5
9 5 . 3 5
4 4 6 , 8 3 8 . 5 1
4 1 9 , 9 8 0 . 0 2
P R E P A R E D 0 7 / 2 1 / 2 0 1 4 , 1 3 : 5 1 : 5 3
P R O G R A M G M 3 6 0 L
C i t y o f P o c a t e l l o
A C C O U N T A C T I V I T Y L I S T I N G P A G E 2 0
A C C O U N T I N G P E R I O D 1 7 / 2 0 1 0
F U N D 0 0 3 S T R E E T F U N D
G R O U P P O A C C T G T R A N S A C T I O N
N B R N B R P E R . C D D A T E N U M B E R
0 0 3 - 0 0 0 0
5 3 5 7
2 7 9 6
9 7 9 1
7 7 3 3
5 0 5 8
2 7 8 7
8 6 8 4
6 5 3 4
4 4 1 4
2 3 9 0
4 5 2 8
2 4 5 1
Y T D / C U R R E N T
D E S C R I P T I O N E N C U M B R A N C E D E B I T S
C U R R E N T
C R E D I T S B A L A N C E
- 3 4 2 . 1 4 - 0 0 S T A T E G O V E R N M E N T / H I G H W A Y U S E R F E E S c o n t i n u e d
0 7 / 1 1
0 4 / 1 1
1 3 / 1 2
1 0 / 1 2
0 7 / 1 2
0 4 / 1 2
1 3 / 1 3
1 0 / 1 3
0 7 / 1 3
0 4 / 1 3
0 7 / 1 4
0 4 / 1 4
C R
C R
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C R
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C R
C R
C R
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0 4 / 2 1 / 1 1
0 1 / 2 0 / 1 1
0 9 / 3 0 / 1 2
0 7 / 2 3 / 1 2
0 4 / 2 0 / 1 2
0 1 / 2 4 / 1 2
0 9 / 3 0 / 1 3
0 7 / 1 8 / 1 3
0 4 / 1 9 / 1 3
0 1 / 2 3 / 1 3
0 4 / 2 3 / 1 4
0 1 / 2 3 / 1 4
0 1 0 7 1 6 4
0 0 5 8 3 5 5
R E C E I V A B L E
0 1 5 5 5 2 0
0 1 0 6 8 0 7
0 0 6 1 2 0 4
R E C E I V A B L E
0 1 4 1 0 7 1
0 0 9 8 4 2 8
0 0 5 6 7 7 1
0 0 9 9 0 2 0
0 0 5 5 8 0 1
H W Y U S E R S T A T E 3 R D Q T R
( 1 / 1 1 - 3 / 1 1 ) C I T Y 2 N D Q T R
H W Y U S E R S T A T E 2 N D Q T R
( 1 0 / 1 0 - 1 2 / 1 0 ) C I T Y 1 S T Q T R
H I G H W A Y U S E R S T
R E C E I V A B L E 3 R D Q T R 2 0 1 2
H W Y U S E R S T A T E 4 T H Q T R
( 4 / 1 2 - 6 / 1 2 ) C I T Y 3 R D Q T R
H W Y U S E R S T A T E 3 R D Q T R
( 1 / 1 2 - 3 / 1 2 ) C I T Y 2 N D Q T R
H W Y U S E R S T A T E 2 N D Q T R
( 1 0 / 1 1 - 1 2 / l D C I T Y 1 S T Q T R
H W Y U S E R S T A T E
0 7 / 1 3 - 9 / 1 3 C R # 4 1 9
H W Y U S E R S T A T E 4 T H Q T R
( 4 / 1 3 - 6 / 1 3 ) C I T Y 3 R D Q T R
H W Y U S E R S T A T E 3 R D Q T R
( 1 / 1 3 - 3 / 1 3 ) C I T Y 2 N D Q T R
H W Y U S E R S T A T E 2 N D Q T R
( 1 0 / 1 2 - 1 2 / 1 2 ) C I T Y 1 S T Q T R
H W Y U S E R S T A T E 3 R D Q T R
( 1 / 1 4 - 3 / 1 4 ) C I T Y 2 N D Q T R
H W Y U S E R S T A T E 2 N D Q T R
( 1 0 / 1 3 - 1 2 / 1 3 ) C I T Y 1 S T Q T R
4 8 3 ,
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4 4 2 ,
4 2 1 ,
4 6 8 ,
4 8 1 ,
4 3 8 ,
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6 0 7
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6 5 6 3 0 9 / 1 1 A J 0 6 / 0 3 / 1 1 M R 5 0 0 1 2 9 6 9 2 A R
I D A H O T R A N S P O R T A T I O N D E P T
A C C O U N T T O T A L
0 0 3 - 0 0 0 0 - 3 7 0 . 9 9 - 0 0 I N T E R F U N D R E V E N U E S /
1 0 6 0 7 1 2 / 1 1 A J 0 9 / 3 0 / 1 1 I N T E R F U N D
5 1 4 9 0 6 / 1 1 A J 0 3 / 3 1 / 1 1 I N T E R F U N D
1 0 1 5 0 1 / 1 1 A J 1 0 / 3 1 / 1 0 E X C H A N G E
9 0 6 8 1 1 / 1 2 A J 0 8 / 3 1 / 1 2 I N T E R F U N D
6 6 8 1 0 8 / 1 2 A J 0 5 / 3 1 / 1 2 I N T E R F U N D
6 6 8 2 0 8 / 1 2 A J 0 5 / 3 1 / 1 2 I N T E R F U N D
5 6 0 6 0 7 / 1 2 A J 0 4 / 3 0 / 1 2 I N T E R F U N D
. 0 0
O T H E R
S T S O L D S I G N S T
O P E R A T I O N S
P U R C H A S E O F P A R
F R M S T D E P T B Y P A R K S D E P T
W A T E R F U N D P U R C
T R A I L E R S F R O M S T R E E T F U N D
S O U T H B A N N O C K H
S T C O M P L E T E D P A T C H W O R K
P A R K S D E P T P U R C
S I G N P O S T S F R O M S T D E P T
F I R E D E P T P U R C H
S I G N S P O S T S F R O M S T D E P T
I N T E R F U N D C H A R G
0 0
0 0
8 , 2 5 4 , 6 0 1 . 7 8
6 6 , 1 2 8 . 3 5
6 6 , 1 2 8 . 3 5
1 8 9 . 0 0
8 1 . 9 0
6 , 0 0 0 . 0 0
2 1 8 . 5 9
5 2 . 5 6
1 1 8 . 9 9
5 0 . 0 1
8 , 2 5 4 , 6 0 1 . 7 8 -
6 6 , 1 2 8 . 3 5 -
P R E P A R E D 0 7 / 2 1 / 2 0 1 4 , 1 3 : 5 1 : 5 3
P R O G R A M G M 3 6 0 L
C i t y o f P o c a t e l l o
A C C O U N T A C T I V I T Y L I S T I N G P A G E 2 1
A C C O U N T I N G P E R I O D 1 7 / 2 0 1 0
F U N D 0 0 3 S T R E E T F U N D
G R O U P P O A C C T G T R A N S A C T I O N
N B R N B R P E R . C D D A T E N U M B E R D E S C R I P T I O N
Y T D / C U R R E N T
E N C U M B R A N C E D E B I T S C R E D I T S
C U R R E N T
B A L A N C E
0 0 3 - 0 0 0 0 - 3 7 0 . 9 9 - 0 0 I N T E R F U N D R E V E N U E S / O T H E R
S I G N M A T E R I A L S T / W P C
0 7 / 1 3 A J 0 4 / 3 0 / 1 3 F U N D T X F R T X F R O F 1 9 9 4 G M
3 / 4 T O N E X T E N D . C A B T R U C K
0 3 / 1 3 A J 1 2 / 3 1 / 1 2 I N T E R F U N D S T R E E T S O L D S I G
T O P A R K S D E P T I N T E R F U N D
S T R E E T M A D E " N O
S I G N S F O R C E M E T E R Y
0 4 / 1 4 A J 0 1 / 3 1 / 1 4 I N T E R F U N D
4 6 7 8
2 0 7 1
6 4 7 9
2 9 2 6
0 9 / 1 4 A J 0 6 / 3 0 / 1 4 I N T E R F U N D
S A N I T A T I O N D E P T
S T S I G N J U N I P E R L A N C E
c o n t i n u e d
A C C O U N T T O T A L . 0 0 . 0 0
1 , 0 0 0 . 0 0
6 1 . 5 6
1 6 . 9 2
8 3 . 0 8
7 , 8 7 2 . 6 1 7 , 8 7 2 . 6 1 -
0 0 3 - 0 0 0 0
9 6 7 3
8 1 0 8
8 1 0 8
7 0 0 3
6 2 5 3
5 4 2 1
4 5 4 9
4 4 8 8
2 6 6 5
2 8 9
7 0 0 2
5 9 1 9
5 1 7 7
1 8 3 8
9 1 6 0
7 4 3 9
6 6 7 5
5 8 0 5
- 3 8 1 . 0 9 - 0 0 S A L E S / R E C Y C L A B L E M A T E R I A L
1 3 / 1 0 A J 0 9 / 3 0 / 1 0 R E C E I V A B L E R E C Y C L I N G R E C E I
S T R E E T S E P T 2 0 1 0
1 1 / 1 0 C R 0 8 / 1 3 / 1 0 0 1 5 0 8 4 0
1 1 / 1 0 C R 0 8 / 1 3 / 1 0 0 1 5 0 8 4 1
1 0 / 1 0 C R 0 7 / 0 9 / 1 0 0 1 3 3 6 9 2
0 9 / 1 0 C R 0 6 / 1 6 / 1 0 0 1 2 2 2 5 6
0 8 / 1 0 C R 0 5 / 1 7 / 1 0 0 1 0 8 2 0 2
0 7 / 1 0 C R 0 4 / 1 2 / 1 0 0 0 9 2 7 4 5
0 7 / 1 0 C R 0 4 / 0 9 / 1 0 0 0 9 1 1 0 9
0 4 / 1 0 C R 0 1 / 2 7 / 1 0 0 0 5 5 8 7 7
0 1 / 1 0 C R 1 0 / 1 4 / 0 9 0 0 0 6 3 3 7
0 9 / 1 1 C R 0 6 / 1 6 / 1 1 0 1 3 6 2 2 4
0 8 / 1 1 C R 0 5 / 1 1 / 1 1 0 1 1 7 8 9 2
0 7 / 1 1 C R 0 4 / 1 4 / 1 1 0 1 0 3 8 4 5
0 3 / 1 1 C R 1 2 / 1 5 / 1 0 0 0 3 9 0 7 1
1 2 / 1 2 C R 0 9 / 1 3 / 1 2 0 1 8 1 3 6 2
1 0 / 1 2 C R 0 7 / 1 1 / 1 2 0 1 4 9 8 7 4
0 9 / 1 2 C R 0 6 / 1 4 / 1 2 0 1 3 5 1 7 9
0 8 / 1 2 C R 0 5 / 1 6 / 1 2 0 1 1 9 7 6 2
P A C I F I C R E C Y C L I N G
D E B B I E B 0 8 / 1 3 / 1 0 5 0
P A C I F I C R E C Y C L I N G
D E B B I E B 0 8 / 1 3 / 1 0 5 0
P A C I F I C R E C Y C L I N G
D E B B I E B 0 7 / 0 9 / 1 0 5 0
P A C R E C Y C / # 2 8 2 6 4 1 1 6 / 2 / 1 0
S T E A R N S 0 6 / 1 6 / 1 0 1 1
P A C I F I C R E C Y C L I N G
D E B B I E B 0 5 / 1 7 / 1 0 5 0
P A C I F I C R E C Y C L I N G
D E B B I E B 0 4 / 1 2 / 1 0 0 9
P A C R E C Y C / P . T C K E T # 2 8 2 2 9 7 5
S T E A R N S 0 4 / 0 9 / 1 0 0 5
P A C I F I C R E C Y C / 9 5 0 L B
S T E A R N S 0 1 / 2 7 / 1 0 0 7
P A C I F I C R E C Y C L I N G
D E B B I E B 1 0 / 1 4 / 0 9 5 0
P A C I F I C R E C Y C / T C K # 2 8 4 3 6 2 0
S T E A R N S 0 6 / 1 6 / 1 1 0 4
P A C R E C Y C / # 2 7 8 7 2 6 / 3 Q O O L B
S T E A R N S 0 5 / 1 1 / 1 1 0 9
P A C R E C Y C / I N V # 2 7 1 6 1 3 4 / 1
S T E A R N S 0 4 / 1 4 / 1 1 1 3
P A C R E C Y C / S T N O V 1 7 # 2 5 4 7 6 0
S T E A R N S 1 2 / 1 5 / 1 0 0 6
P A C R E C Y C - 8 / 1 6 , 8 / 2 3
S T E A R N S 0 9 / 1 3 / 1 2 0 1
P A C R E C Y C / T C K # 2 8 7 0 0 5 9
S T E A R N S 0 7 / 1 1 / 1 2 0 5
P A C I F I C R E C Y C L I N G
D E B B I E B 0 6 / 1 4 / 1 2 5 0
P A C R E C Y C / S C L # 6 1 0 7 2 7 5 / 1 4
1 9 6 . 8 0
7 0 3 . 3 0
7 9 . 3 0
1 0 2 . 0 5
5 1 6 . 0 0
6 0 4 . 5 0
2 7 9 . 5 0
2 , 9 6 3 . 3 5
3 5 1 . 5 0
5 0 5 . 7 0
9 8 0 . 6 0
2 7 0 . 0 0
4 5 1 . 2 5
8 4 9 . 4 0
5 2 5 . 6 0
1 5 1 . 2 0
3 8 2 . 5 0
1 2 . 0 0
P R E P A R E D 0 7 / 2 1 / 2 0 1 4 , 1 3 : 5 1 : 5 3
P R O G R A M G M 3 6 0 L
C i t y o f P o c a t e l l o
A C C O U N T A C T I V I T Y L I S T I N G
P A G E 2 2
A C C O U N T I N G P E R I O D 1 7 / 2 0 1 0
F U N D 0 0 3 S T R E E T F U N D
G R O U P P O A C C T G T R A N S A C T I O N
N B R N B R P E R . C D D A T E N U M B E R D E S C R I P T I O N
Y T D / C U R R E N T
E N C U M B R A N C E D E B I T S C R E D I T S
C U R R E N T
B A L A N C E
0 0 3 - 0 0 0 0 - 3 8 1 . 0 9 - 0 0 S A L E S / R E C Y C L A B L E
5 7 3 4 0 8 / 1 2 C R 0 5 / 1 4 / 1 2 0 1 1 8 3 3 5
4 2 8 2 0 6 / 1 2 C R 0 3 / 2 1 / 1 2 0 0 9 1 2 5 7
3 3 3 2 0 5 / 1 2 C R 0 2 / 1 3 / 1 2 0 0 7 1 5 1 9
2 5 8 5 0 4 / 1 2 C R 0 1 / 1 3 / 1 2 0 0 5 6 0 4 9
1 9 9 1 0 3 / 1 2 C R 1 2 / 1 9 / 1 1 0 0 4 1 6 4 6
1 1 6 3 0 2 / 1 2 C R 1 1 / 1 7 / 1 1 0 0 2 5 5 2 9
7 3 6 2 1 1 / 1 3 C R 0 8 / 1 6 / 1 3 0 1 5 5 0 1 0
6 5 4 0 1 0 / 1 3 C R 0 7 / 1 8 / 1 3 0 1 4 0 5 5 5
5 7 9 0 0 9 / 1 3 C R 0 6 / 1 8 / 1 3 0 1 2 6 4 1 8
5 0 7 8 0 8 / 1 3 C R 0 5 / 1 7 / 1 3 0 1 1 1 2 2 0
4 3 1 0 0 7 / 1 3 C R 0 4 / 1 6 / 1 3 0 0 9 6 2 0 4
2 9 7 9 0 5 / 1 3 C R 0 2 / 2 0 / 1 3 0 0 6 9 0 5 1
2 3 2 2 0 4 / 1 3 C R 0 1 / 1 8 / 1 3 0 0 5 4 0 8 5
1 6 2 3 0 3 / 1 3 C R 1 2 / 1 4 / 1 2 0 0 3 7 7 3 0
9 6 0 0 2 / 1 3 C R 1 1 / 1 5 / 1 2 0 0 2 3 5 0 0
6 6 4 9 1 0 / 1 4 C R 0 7 / 1 7 / 1 4 0 1 3 9 6 9 9
5 8 2 4 0 9 / 1 4 C R 0 6 / 1 1 / 1 4 0 1 2 3 5 5 2
5 8 2 4 0 9 / 1 4 C R 0 6 / 1 1 / 1 4 0 1 2 3 5 5 2
5 1 2 6 0 8 / 1 4 C R 0 5 / 1 5 / 1 4 0 1 0 9 9 2 9
5 1 2 6 0 8 / 1 4 C R 0 5 / 1 5 / 1 4 0 1 0 9 9 2 9
4 3 0 3 0 7 / 1 4 C R 0 4 / 1 4 / 1 4 0 0 9 4 8 8 5
2 3 6 2 0 4 / 1 4 C R 0 1 / 2 1 / 1 4 0 0 5 3 9 3 8
1 5 6 8 0 3 / 1 4 C R 1 2 / 1 2 / 1 3 0 0 3 6 7 2 2
M A T E R I A L
S T E A R N S 0 5 / 1 6 / 1 2 1 4
P A C R E C Y C / I N V # 3 4 5 8 9 0 5 / 4
S T E A R N S 0 5 / 1 4 / 1 2 0 9
P A C R E C Y C / T C K # 2 8 6 1 9 5 5
S T E A R N S 0 3 / 2 1 / 1 2 0 2
P A C R E C Y C / S T 1 / 2 5 / 1 2
S T E A R N S 0 2 / 1 3 / 1 2 0 7
P A C R E C Y C / I N V # 3 2 5 4 8 6 1 / 3
S T E A R N S 0 1 / 1 3 / 1 2 0 6
P A C I F I C R E C Y C L I N G
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 1 9 / 1 1 5 0
P A C R C Y C / T C K # 2 8 5 6 0 8 7 , 6 0 4 4
S T E A R N S 1 1 / 1 7 / 1 1 0 5
P A C I F I C R E C Y C L I N G
D E B B I E B 0 8 / 1 6 / 1 3 5 0
P A C I F I C R E C Y C L I N G
D E B B I E B 0 7 / 1 8 / 1 3 5 0
P A C I F I C R E C Y C L I N G
D E B B I E B 0 6 / 1 8 / 1 3 5 0
P A C I F I C R E C Y C L I N G
D E B B I E B 0 5 / 1 7 / 1 3 5 0
P A C I F I C R E C Y C L I N G
D E B B I E B 0 4 / 1 6 / 1 3 5 0
P A C I C I F R E C Y C L I N G
D E B B I E B 0 2 / 2 0 / 1 3 5 0
P A C I F I C R E C Y C L I N G
D E B B I E B 0 1 / 1 8 / 1 3 5 0
P A C I F I C R E C Y C L I N G
D E B B I E B 1 2 / 1 4 / 1 2 5 0
P A C I F I C R E C Y C L I N G
D E B B I E B 1 1 / 1 5 / 1 2 5 0
P A C R C Y C - 6 / 1 2 & 6 / 2 5
S T E A R N S 0 7 / 1 7 / 1 4 0 4
P A C R E C Y C / T C K # 2 9 0 0 9 1 5
S T E A R N S 0 6 / 1 1 / 1 4 0 9
P A C R E C Y C / T C K # 2 9 0 1 4 0 3
S T E A R N S 0 6 / 1 1 / 1 4 0 9
P A C R E C Y C / T C K # 2 8 9 9 5 4 4 - A P R
S T E A R N S 0 5 / 1 5 / 1 4 0 3
P A C R E C Y C / T C K # 2 9 0 0 1 9 3 - M A Y
S T E A R N S 0 5 / 1 5 / 1 4 0 3
P A C R E C Y C / T C K # 2 8 9 8 6 5 1
S T E A R N S 0 4 / 1 4 / 1 4 0 2
P A C R E C Y C / T C K # 2 8 9 5 1 2 4 - D E C
S T E A R N S 0 1 / 2 1 / 1 4 0 1
P A C R E C Y C / S T R T C K # 2 8 9 4 0 5 9
S T E A R N S 1 2 / 1 2 / 1 3 0 9
c o n t i n u e d
1 , 2 6 5 . 3 5
3 1 5 . 1 0
8 4 4 . 9 0
9 9 . 2 0
1 3 9 . 5 0
2 2 2 . 4 0
9 2 . 4 0
7 5 . 0 0
2 9 7 . 5 0
6 9 3 . 6 0
2 9 5 . 8 0
3 3 0 . 8 3
6 8 4 . 4 0
1 1 9 . 2 0
9 8 . 5 5
4 2 9 . 5 8
1 , 0 9 3 . 9 1
7 2 0 . 4 3
1 , 0 1 8 . 7 4
1 , 3 2 6 . 1 8
1 4 5 . 7 3
8 6 5 . 1 3
8 3 . 2 0
A C C O U N T T O T A L 0 0 . 0 0 2 1 , 1 8 1 . 1 8
P R E P A R E D 0 7 / 2 1 / 2 0 1 4 , 1 3 : 5 1 : 5 3
P R O G R A M G M 3 6 0 L
C i t y o f P o c a t e l l o
A C C O U N T A C T I V I T Y L I S T I N G
P A G E 2 3
A C C O U N T I N G P E R I O D 1 7 / 2 0 1 0
F U N D 0 0 3 S T R E E T F U N D
G R O U P P O A C C T G T R A N S A C T I O N Y T D / C U R R E N T
N B R N B R P E R . C D D A T E N U M B E R D E S C R I P T I O N E N C U M B R A N C E D E B I T S
0 0 3 - 0 0 0 0
3 8 5 5
3 8 2 1
3 3 3 4
3 1 7 4
2 8 1 1
2 6 0 2
2 6 0 2
1 8 9 7
,
7 4 4 4
7 3 1 8
6 6 1 4
5 2 6 8
5 2 3 9
4 4 6 9
4 3 0 8
4 2 3 4
3 5 2 8
3 4 9 8
2 7 6 0
1 8 3 9
1 7 3 6
5 4 8 9
4 1 5 1
3 3 3 3
3 3 3 3
C U R R E N T
C R E D I T S B A L A N C E
- 3 8 1 . 1 0 - 0 0 S A L E S / S U P P L I E S
0 6 / 1 0
0 6 / 1 0
0 5 / 1 0
0 5 / 1 0
0 5 / 1 0
0 4 / 1 0
0 4 / 1 0
0 3 / 1 0
0 9 / 1 1
0 9 / 1 1
0 9 / 1 1
0 7 / 1 1
0 7 / 1 1
0 6 / 1 1
0 6 / 1 1
0 6 / 1 1
0 5 / 1 1
0 5 / 1 1
0 4 / 1 1
0 3 / 1 1
0 3 / 1 1
0 8 / 1 2
0 6 / 1 2
0 5 / 1 2
0 5 / 1 2
A J
A J
A J
A J
A J
A J
A J
A J
A J
A J
A J
A J
A J
A J
A J
A J
A J
A J
A J
A J
A J
A J
A J
A J
A J
0 3 / 1 5 / 1 0
0 3 / 1 2 / 1 0
0 2 / 2 2 / 1 0
0 2 / 1 2 / 1 0
0 2 / 0 1 / 1 0
0 1 / 2 5 / 1 0
0 1 / 2 5 / 1 0
1 2 / 2 3 / 0 9
0 6 / 3 0 / 1 1
0 6 / 2 7 / 1 1
0 6 / 0 6 / 1 1
0 4 / 1 9 / 1 1
0 4 / 1 8 / 1 1
0 3 / 2 1 / 1 1
0 3 / 1 5 / 1 1
0 3 / 1 1 / 1 1
0 2 / 1 4 / 1 1
0 2 / 1 1 / 1 1
0 1 / 1 9 / 1 1
1 2 / 1 5 / 1 0
1 2 / 1 3 / 1 0
0 5 / 0 7 / 1 2
0 3 / 1 6 / 1 2
0 2 / 1 3 / 1 2
0 2 / 1 3 / 1 2
M R
M R
M R
M R
M R
M R
M R
M R
M R
M R
M R
M R
M R
M R
M R
M R
M R
M R
M R
M R
M R
M R
M R
M R
M R
0 1
5 0
1 2
0 9
5 0
1 2
1 2
1 2
0 2
M R
5 0
0 7
0 4
0 3
0 1
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0 3
0 1
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Exhibit E
76 N. 550 W.
BLACKFOOT7 ID 83221
(208) 684-3803
Sold
to
Ship
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CITY OF POCATELLO
P.O. BOX 4169
POCATELLO, ID 83205
POCATELLO PIT
Account
CTTPOC
Item
M3P
M3P
MSP
M3P
M3P
M3P
MSP
M3P
M3P
P.O. Num
MARSH VALLEY
Ship Date Terms
Net 30
Invoice
Date
6/12/14
Description
TONS PLANT MIX POKY
TONS PLANT MIX POKY
TONS PLANT MIX POKY
TONS PLANT MIX POKY
TONS PLANT MIX POKY
TONS PLANT MIX POKY
TONS PLANT MIX POKY
TONS PLANT MIX POKY
TONS PLANT MIX POKY
#P22835
#P22836
#P22837
#P22838
#P22839
#P22840
#P22841
#P22843
#P
U n i t
Price
62.50
62.50
62.50
62.50
62.50
62.50
62.50
62.50
62.50
Page
1
Extended
Price
681.88
686.88
656.25
688.13
686.25
691.25
685.63
687.50
321.88
DATE
ACCT# QQg-^Qc^
PROJJ.
WE NOW ACCEPT VISA, MASTERCARD & DISCOVER. A 3% FEE WILL BE ADDED
TO ALL CREDIT/DEBIT CARD TRANSACTIONS
Total $5,785.65
Mickelsen Construction Co., Inc
Pocatello, Idaho
Driver1s Weigh Ticket
Ticket
Job Name
Custome
Location:
Description: P-104
Job #: 5
MARSH VALLEY RODEO ARENA
.CITY OF POCATELLO
HP05
{208} 478-1485
Date: 6-12-2014
Truck #: c8
License #: C 6400
Owner: CITY OF POCATELLO
Driver: D
Lbs.: U.S. Tons: Met. Tons
Quantity: 21,820 10.91 9.93
Time: 9:08
Weighmaster
Running Weight: 10.91
Driver:
Mickelsen Construction Co., Inc
Pocatello, Idaho
Driver's Weigh Ticket
Ticket t: P22836
Job Name: MARSH VALLEY RODEO ARENA
Customer: CITY OF POCATELLO
Location: POCATELLO
Description: P-104
Job #: 5
HP05
(208) 478-1485
Date: 6-12-2014
Truck #: c7
License #: C 6399
Owner: CITY OF POCATELLO
Driver: D
Lbs.: U.S. Tons: Met. Tons
Quantity: 21,980 10.99 10.00
Time: 9:10
Weighmaster:
Running Weight: 21.90
Driver:
Mickelsen Construction Co., Inc.
Pocatello, Idaho
Driver's" Weiqh Ticket
9 '
Ticket #: P22838
Job Name: MARSH VALLEY RODEO ARENA
Customer: CITY OF POCATELLO
Location: POCATELLO
Description: P-104
Job #: 5
HP05
(208) 478-1485
Date: 6-12-2014
Truck #: C16
License #: C 18505
Owner: CITY OF POCATELLO
Driver: D
Lbs.: U.S. Tons: Met. Tons
Quantity: 22,020 11.01 10.02
Time: 9 :15
Weighmaster:
Running Weight: 43.41
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Driver:
Mickelsen Construction Co., Inc
Pocatello, Idaho
Driver's Weigh Ticket
Ticket #: P22839
Job Name: MARSH VALLEY RODEO ARENA
Customer: CITY OF POCATELLO
Location: POCATELLO
Description: P-104
Job #: 5
HP05
(208) 478-1485
Date: 6-12-2014
Truck #: c3
License #: C 9385
Owner: CITY OF POCATELLO
Driver: D
Lbs.: U.S. Tons: Met. Tons
Quantity: 21,960 10.98 9.99
Time: 9:17
Weighmaster:
Running Weight: 54.39
Driver:
Mickelsen Construction Co., Inc
Pocatello, Idaho
Driver's Weigh Ticket
Ticket #: P22840
Job Name: MARSH VALLEY RODEO ARENA
Customer: CITY OF POCATELLO
Location: POCATELLO
Description: P-104
Job #: 5
HP05
(208) 478-1485
Date: 6-12-2014
Truck #: c6
License #: C 6250
Owner: CITY OF POCATELLO
Driver: D
Lbs.: U.S. Tons: Met. Tons
Quantity: 22,120 11.06 10.06
Time: 9:20
Weighmaster^'
/
Running Weight: 65.45
Driver:
Mickelsen Construction Co., Inc.
Pocatello, Idaho
Driver's Weigh Ticket
Ticket #: P22841
Job Name: MARSH VALLEY RODEO ARENA
Customer: CITY OF POCATELLO
Location: POCATELLO
Description: P-104
Job #: 5
Weighmaster (..
HP05
( 208) 478-1485
Date: 6-12-2014
Truck #: c77
License f: C 13826
Owner: CITY OF POCATELLO
Driver: D
Lbs. : U.S. Tons: Met. Tons
Quantity: 21,940 10.97 9.98
Time: 11:23
Running Weight: 76.42
Driver:
Mickelsen Construction Co., Inc
Pocatello, Idaho
Driver's Weigh Ticket
Ticket f: P22843
Job Name: MARSH VALLEY RODEO ARENA
Customer: CITY OF POCATELLO
Location: POCATELLO
Description: P-104
Job #: 5
HP05
(208) 478-1485
Date: 6-12-2014
Truck if: c7
License #: C 6399
Owner: CITY OF POCATELLO
Driver: D
Lbs.: U.S. Tons: Met. Tons
Quantity: 22,000 11,00 10.01
Time: 11:31
Weighmaster:
Running Weight: 87.42
Driver:
Mickelsen Construction Co., Inc
Pocatello, Idaho
Driver's Weigh Ticket
Ticket #: P22844
Job Name: MARSH VALLEY RODEO ARENA
Customer: CITY OF POCATELLO
Location: POCATELLO
Description: P-104
Job t: 5
Weiqhmaster:/
HPOS
(208) 478-1485
Date: 6-12-2014
Truck #: c!6
License t: C 18505
Owner: CITY OF POCATELLO
Driver: D
Lbs.: U.S. Tons: Met. Tons
Quantity: 10,300 5.15 4.69
Time: 13:41
Running Weight: 92.57
Driver:
Mickelsen Construction Co., Inc
Pocatello, Idaho
Driver's Weigh Ticket
Ticket #: P22837
Job Name: MARSH VALLEY RODEO ARENA
Customer: CITY OF POCATELLO
Location: POCATELLO
Description: P-104
Job f: 5
Weighmaster:
HP05
( 208) 478-1485
Date: 6-12-2014
Truck #: c77
License #: C 13826
Owner: CITY OF POCATELLO
Driver: D
Lbs . : U.S. Tons: Met. Tons
Quantity: 21,000 10.50 9.56
Time: 9:12
Running Weight: 32.40
Driver:
MICKtLSEN CONSTRUCTION, INC.
76 N. 550 W.
RLACKFQOT, ID 83221
(208) 684-3803
Invoice:
AP22835C
Sold
to
CITY OF POCATELLO
P.O. BOX 4169
POCATELLO, ID 83205
Ship
to
POCATCLLO PH"
Account
CIIPOC
Item
M3P
M3P
M3P
M3P
M3P
M3P
M3P
r-B!J
M3P
P.O. Num
MARSH VALLEY
Terms
Net 30
Invoice
Date
6/12/14
'uantity
-10.91
-10.99
-10.50
-11.01
-10.98
-11.06
-10.97
-11.00
-5.15
EesecipUoD
TONS PLANT MIX POKY #P22835
TONS Pi ANT MIX POKY #P22836
TOMS PLANT MIX POKY #P22837
TONS PLANT MIX POKY #P22838
TON.S I'l ANT MIX POKY #P22839
'IONS PI ANT MIX POKY #P22840
70NS I'l AN I MIX POKY #P22S41
TONS PI Am" MIX POKY #P22843
TONS PI ANT MIX POKY #P
Unit
Price
62.50
62.50
62.50
62.50
62.50
62.50
62.50
62.50
62.50
Rage
1
Extended
Efe
-631.88
-636.88
-556.25
-688.13
-686.25
-691.25
-685.63*
-687,50
-321.83
* means Item is non-taxable
WE NOW ACCEPT VISA, MASTERCARD & DISCOVRR. A 3% FEE WILL BE ADDED
TO ALL CREDIT/DEBIT CARD TRAN5AC1
Subtotal -5,785.65
Total -$5,785.65
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Item - Des :rintion
Jack B. Parson Companies
10200 Batiste Road
Pocatello, ID 83205
208-232-5796
City of Pocatel!o(Parks & Rec)
Attn: Parks & Recreation
PO Box 41 69
Pocatello, ID, 83205
Invoice No:
Invoice Date:
Contract:
Customer No:
Terms:
Due Date:
Application:
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Job Information:
RODEO SAND REMOVAL
140464
4/27/2011
501109.
607675
Net 30 Days
5/27/2011
1
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1 - ROD EO SAND REMOVAL 35.00 HRS 120.00 4,200.00
Total Due:
If you have Questions regarding this billing, please contact KaraLee Buttars at 208-232-5796
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^ernit to: Jack B. Parson Companies
PO Box 3429
Ogden, UT 84409
Customer Name: City of Pocatello(Parks & Rec)
Customer No: 607675
Invoice Number; 140464
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Exhibit F
Whitworth, Ruth
From: Whitworth, Ruth
Sent: Tuesday, July 15, 2014 9:10 AM
To: 'driggsclerk@ida.net'
Subject: City of Pocatello 2013 proclamation
Hi Kreslyn,
Hope things are going well in the beautiful City of Driggs!
We received a request for records from a citizen asking for a copy of a proclamation from Driggs
declaring Pocatello appreciation Day. We researched your website and found minutes from July 23,
2013 where a proclamation was read under the Mayor's Report agenda item.
Do you still have a copy of this proclamation that you could send to me by email?
I appreciate your help.
City Clerk
City of Pocatello
911 North 7th Avenue
P.O. Box 4169
Pocatello, Idaho 83205
208.234.6217
rwhitworth@pocatello.us
i n c . 1910 ^ass^ MayorDan i el j Powers
60 S Main St | PO Box 48 - Driggs, ID 83422 | Ph: 208-354-2362 | Fax: 208-354-8522 | www.driggs.govoffice.com
Proclamation: City of Pocatello Appreciation Day
Whereas, theCi tyof Poc atellohasshown i tself tobec ommi tted tothe
i mprovemen t of theen ti reEastern Idahoregi on , an d;
Whereas, TheCi tyof Poc atellohasc on ti n ued toput i tsstaff i n posi ti on stoshare
thei rexperti sewi th Eastern IdahoCi ti es, an d;
Whereas, theCi tyof Poc atellohasbeen aleaderi n Stateof Idahomatters;
Whereas, TheCi tyof Dri ggshasbeen therec i pi en t of help from theCi tyof
Poc atello, most rec en tlywi th i tsai d on ourSeal Coat projec t an d i n developi n g a
pavemen t mai n ten an c eplan ;
Therefore, I, MayorDan Powersof theCi tyof Dri ggs, doherebyproc lai m Fri day,
July26lh, 2013, tobeCi tyof Poc atelloApprec i ati on Dayi n theCi tyof Dri ggs.
Dan Powers
Mayor, Ci tyof Dri ggs
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MINUTES OF THE CITY OF DRIGGS
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
July 23, 2013
Pursuant to adj ournment of the City Council meeting held J ul y 2, 2013, and the call of
the Mayor, the Driggs City Council met Tuesday, July 23, 2013, at 7:15 p.m. A roll call
was taken and present were council members: Greer Jones, Ralph Mossman, and Colin
Dye, Mayor Dan Powers, Community Development Director Doug Self, City Attorney
Stephen Zollinger, Public Works Director Jared Gunderson, City Financial Officer Carol
Lenz, and City Clerk Kreslyn Schuehler. Mayor Dan Powers led the Pledge of
Allegiance.
MOTION TO AMEND AGENDA
Council Member Jones made a motion to amend the agenda to include the Publ ic
Hearing for Ordinance #340-13. Council Member Mossman seconded the motion. The
motion passed with all in favor.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
Council Member Mossman made a motion to approve the minutes from the City
Council Meeting on July 2, 2013 with corrections made. Council Member Dye seconded
the motion. The motion passed with all in favor.
CLAIMS
The Council reviewed the claims presented.
Council Member Jones made a motion to approve the claims as presented dated July 3,
2013 through J ul y 23, 2013. Council Member Mossman seconded the motion. The
motion passed with al l in favor.
TETON ARTS COUNCIL CHARITABLE EVENT BEER AND WINE
APPLICATION - SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK
Council Member Mossman made a motion to approve the beer and wine application
for Shakespeare in the Park event through Teton Arts Council. Council Member Dye
seconded the motion. The motion passed with all in favor.
DDCA PLEIN AIR BEER AND WINE APPLICATION - DAVE HENSEL
Council Member Dye made a motion to approve the beer and wine application for the
Plein Air Gala with a condition payment is received prior to obtaining license. Council
Member Mossman seconded the motion. The motion passed with all in favor.
PUBLIC HEARING 7:30PM - ORDINANCE #340-13 INCREASES IN MAYOR
AND COUNCIL SALARY
Mayor Powers stated this proposal was discussed at the previous meeting and woul d
change to $25,000 a year for Mayor and $4,800 a year for Council Members effective
January 1, 2014. The Council felt it was necessary to have an engaged Mayor with the
ability to put the necessary time into the job without a fear of losing income. He further
stated that Council salaries had not been increased since 2007.
Mayor Powers opened the Public Hearing at 7:32pm. There were no comments and the
Public Hearing was closed.
Council Member Mossman made a motion to consider Ordinance #340-13 as first
read. Council Member Jones seconded the motion. The motion passed with all in
favor.
FISCAL YEAR 2012 AUDIT APPROVAL
Council Member Mossman made a motion to adopt the Fiscal Year 2012 Audit.
Council Member Dye seconded the motion. The motion passed with all in favor.
TETON GEOTOURISM CENTER AND PLAZA CONCEPT DESIGNS
Garrett Chadwick, with Plan One, spoke to the Council. He stated they were ready to
move to the next stage of design and wanted to present the current plan.
Mr. Chadwick explained the project, architectural and programming goals and stated a
master plan was developed. He did not discuss the plaza much but did feel the two
should be integrated. Mr. Chadwick continued to discuss the floor plan and presented
drawings for the interior and exterior elements.
Council Member Jones mad a motion to approve concept designs as presented and
proceed into the design development stage for the Geotourism Center. Council Member
Mossman seconded the motion. The motion passed with all in favor.
Doug Self presented the revised plaza design and explained the changes. Mayor Powers
stated Council Member Mosher wanted to see a big spruce tree in the plaza for holiday
lighting. Council Member Mossman discussed moving the stage and wall closer to the
south sidewalk. Jared Gunderson stated a shift would make snow removal harder.
Council Member Mossman made a motion to approve the schematic design for the
plaza, Option A, with the considerations from the Council. Council Member Jones
seconded the motion. The motion passed with all in favor.
DISCUSSION AND MOTION TO APPROVE PREL
IMINARY FY 2014 BUDGET
Carol Lenz presented information regarding the proposed budget to the Council. She
stated animal control funds were added as well as park improvement and transportation
plan funds. There was a discussion as to what reserve funds would pay.
Council Member Dye made a motion to approve the draft budget with the changes to
the transportation plan as discussed. Council Member Jones seconded the motion. The
motion passed with all in favor.
MOTION TO APPROVE HISPANIC CENTER OFFICE LEASE
Doug Self explained the lease and minor changes that would be made. He further stated
that the lessee may use the meetings rooms and common space but must schedule such
use with the City Clerk and those meetings cannot interfere with city meetings. The
proposed lease was for 6 months.
Council Member Dye made a motion to approve the lease with the changes discussed.
Council Member Mossman seconded the motion. The motion passed with all in favor.
MOTION TO APPROVE PARKS COMMITTEE APPOINTMENT
Council Member Dye made a motion to nominate August Christensen for the Parks
Committee. Council Member Jones seconded the motion. The motion passed with all in
favor.
STAFF REPORTS
Mr. Self reviewed his staff report and the work orders for the bus storage facility and the
Valley Centre Pathway.
Council Member Mossman made a motion to approve the work order for the bus
storage facility from Harmony Design. Council Member Dye seconded the motion. The
motion passed with all in favor.
Council Member Jones made a motion to approve the work orders for the Valley
Centre Pathway from Harmony Design as presented with funds coming from Resort Tax.
Council Member Mossman seconded the motion. The motion passed with all in favor.
Jared Gunderson reviewed his staff report with the Council.
EXECUTIVE SESSION
Council Member Jones made a motion to go into executive session at 9:13 pm pursuant
to Idaho Code 67-2345. Council Member Mossman seconded the motion. A roll-call
vote was taken: Council Member Jones, aye; Council Member Dye, aye; Council
Member Mossman, aye. The motion carried unanimously.
Council came out of Executive Session at 9:31 pm.
MAYOR'S REPORT
Proclamation, City of Pocatello Appreciation Day
Mayor Powers read the proclamation declaring Pocatello Appreciation Day as July 26,
2013.
EXECUTIVE SESSION
Council Member Jones made a motion to go into executive session at 9:36 pm pursuant
to Idaho Code 67-2345. Council Member Mossman seconded the motion. A roll-call
vote was taken: Council Member Jones, aye; Council Member Dye, aye; Council
Member Mossman, aye. The motion carried unanimously.
Council came out of Executive Session at 9:55 pm.
Council Member Dye made a motion to direct Doug Self to write a letter to Sargent
Engineers as discussed in Executive Session. Council Member Mossman seconded the
motion. The motion passed with all in favor.
ADJOURNMENT
Council Member Jones made a motion to adj ourn. Council Member Mossman
seconded the above motion. The motion passed with all in favor and the meeting was
adjourned at 9:58pm.
ATTEST:
Kreslyn Schuehler, City Clerk Mayor Daniel J. Powers
Exhibit G
MEMORANDUM
TO: Brian C. Blad, Mayor
FROM: A. Dean Tranmer, City Attorney
DATE: January 24, 2014
RE: Ridgewood Road Area Annexation Covenant
Attached is the Annexation Covenant as per our discussion at
my monthly meeting with you on January 21, 2014. As you can see there
is a blank for a mailing address and a blank area below that for a legal
description. This Covenant normally would be recorded in the Bannock
County Recorder's Office so that if the current property owner sells the
property in the future, the Buyer, successors, heirs, or assigns, would have
legal notice of and/or be bound by the terms of this Covenant. Without
the legal description within the document, subsequent owners could not
be forced to comply with the Covenant. It would probably require a
survey to be done in order to obtain proper legal descriptions, or at least,
a deed chain investigation and verification of legal description in said
deeds.
I feel that I would be remiss if I did not remind you that a
municipality has no power to expend money or incur indebtedness for
other than a public purpose, as distinguished from a private purpose and
benefit. The expenditures of municipal tax funds on a private road, which
has not been properly dedicated to the public and accepted by the City's
governing body, could be deemed to be an improper or illegal expenditure
of public funds and possibly a misuse of public funds, which could result
in criminal prosecution. If the City is not going to expend City funds to
improve a private road outside of the City limits then the City public fund
issue does not need to be addressed immediately. There is no time frame
in the Covenant that addresses when the City will annex this property near
the private road we are talking about. There could be issues as to whether
this proposed annexation can be accomplished under the current State
statutes regulating annexations. If the City is going to make
improvements to this private road, ownership issues need to be resolved
and the improvements should meet City standards to help minimize the
City's potential liability.
Exhibit H
Annual Road and Street Financial Report
[Reporting Entity Name - Enter jbejgwM:entitv type
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City or
City of Pocatcllo
County of City
Bannock
County or
Highway District County of Hwy. District
Please return, not later than December 31, to:
BRANDON DWO O LF
I DAHO STATE CONTROLLER
ATTN: HI GHWAY USERS
STATEHOUSE MAI L
BOI SE, I D 83720
This certif ied report of dedicated f unds is hereby submitted to the State Auditor as required by 40-708, Idaho code.
.Gift-Clerk. Ruth Whitworth r i - r - , Mayor, Brian Blad
Gorf tmisgioners or Mayor (type or print name & sign) Clerk/District Secretary (type or print name & sign}
Contact Phone Number: 208-234-6219
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2013
BEGI NNI NG BALANCE AS OF OCTOBER 1 PREVIOUS YEAR
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LOCAL FUNDI NG SOURCES
Line 2 Property tax levy ( f or roads, streets and bridges)
Line 3 Sale of assets
Line 4 I nterest income
Line 5 Fund transf ers f rom non-highway accounts
Line 6 Proceeds f rom sale of bonds ( include LI Ds]
Line 7 Proceeds f rom issue of notes ( include loans)
Line 8 Local impact f ees
Line 9 Local option registration fee
Line 10 All other LOCAL receipts or transfers in
Line 11 Total Local Funding (sum lines 2 through 10)
STATE FUNDING SOURCES
Line 12 Highway user revenue
Line 13 Sales tax/I nventory replacement tax
Line 14 Sales tax/Revenue sharing
Line 15 Other State f unds ( specif y)
Line 16 All other STATE receipts or transf ers
Line 17 Total State Funding (sum lines 12 through 16). . . .
FEDERAL FUNDING SOURCES
Line 18 National Forest Reserve Apportionment
Line 19 Critical bridge
Line 20 STP Rural
Line 21 STP Urban
Line 22 All other FEDERAL receipts or transf ers
Line 23 Total Federal Funding (sum lines 18 through 22)
Line 24 | TOTAL RECEIPTS (sum lines 11, 17, 23)
2,699.079
32,088
674,426
808,697
4,214,290
1,802.459
1,802,459
1,258.190
1.258,190
7,274,939
REPORTING ENTITY NAME: FISCAL YEAR:
DISBURSEMENTS
NEW CONSTRUCTION
Line 25 Roads
Line 26 Bridges, culverts and storm drainage
Line 27 RR Crossing
Line 28 Other (specify - including salaries and benefits}
Line 29 Total New Construction (sumlines 25 through28)
RE CONSTRUCTION/REPLACEMENT/REHABILITATION
"Jne 30 Roads ( rebuilt, realign, or 2" overlay upgrade)
Jne 31 Bridges, culverts and storm drainage
,ine 32 RR Crossing
jine 33 Other (specify - including salaries and benefits)
Ane 34 Total Reconstruction/Replacement (sumlines 30 through33)
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
,ine 35 Chip sealing or seal coating
,ine 36 Patching
jne 37 Snow removal
ine 38 Grading/blading
.ine 39 RR Crossing
Ine 40 Other (specify - including salaries and benefits).Street Sweeping
ine 41 Total Routine Maintenance (sum lines 35 through40)
EQUIPMENT
ine 42 New equipment purchase - automotive, heavy, other
ine 43 Equipment lease - Equipment purchase
ine 44 Equipment maintenance
ine 45 Other (specify)
46 Total Equipment (sum lines 42 through45)
ADMINISTRATION
Line 47 Administrative salaries and expenses
OTHER
Line 48 Right-of-way and property purchases
Line 49 Property leases
Line 50 Street lighting
Line 51 Professional services - audit, clerical, and legal
Line 52 Professional services - engineering
Line 53 Interest - bond (include LIDs)
,ine 54 Interest - notes (include loans)
,ine 55 Redemption - bond (include LIDs)
,ine 56 Redemption - notes (include loans)
Jne 57 Payments TO other local government
ine 58 Fund transfers to non-highway accounts
ine 59 All other local expenditures
Jne 6O Total Other(sum lines 48 through59)
Line 61 TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS (sum lines 29, 34, 41, 46, 47, 6O) [
Ine 62 RECEIPTS OVER DISBURSEMENTS (line 24 - line 61) [
Line 63 OTHER ADJUSTMENTS (Audit adjustment and etc.) {
ine 64 CLOSING BALANCE (sum lines 1, 62, 63) [
,ine 65 Funds on Line 64 obligated for specific future projects [
ine 66 Funds on Line 64 retained for general funds and operations |_
ine 67 [ENDING BALANCE (line 64 minus the sumof lines 65, 66) \2
318,537
753,019
1.206,148
145.545
352,561
45,194
150,240
1,899.688
166.395
53,743
696.516
916,654
116,846
790,067
979.933
1,091.226
18.208
193,977
371,355
3,444,766
7,130,973
143,966
771,190
238,977
532,213
REPORTING ENTITY NAME: FISCAL YEAR:
Line 68
Line 69
Line 70
Jnc 71
,ine72
,inc 73
,ine 74
,ine 75
NEW CONSTRUCTION
Total lane miles constructed
Total square f eet of bridge deck constructed
Percent of expenditures on line 26 for bridges only
RECONSTRUCTION / REPLACEMENT/ REHABILITATION
Total lane miles rebuilt, realigned, or 2" overlay upgrade
Total square f eet of bridge deck reconstructed or rehabilitated.
Percent of expenditures on line 31 for bridges only
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
Total lane miles chip sealed or sealcoated on line 35.
Total lane miles graded or bladed on line 38 . . . . , . ._
PROJECTS
NEW PROJECTS
ine 76 Available Funds (From line 65):
Project List
Edion Flchter Improvement Project
238,977
Start Year Projected Cost
2013 238,977
total project = 310,000; 23B.977 remains to tlnUh project in 2Q1_4)
ne77
;ne 78
Estimated Cost of f ut ure projects
Available for Other Projects (line 76 minus line 77)
238,977
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Notes to the Financial Report:
Note 1) RE: Line 2 (property tax levy for roads, streets and bridges). The FY2013 total of $2,699,079 is up $465,660(+20.84%) vs. FY2012.
Note 2) RE: Line 12 (Highway user revenue). The FY2013 total of $1,802,459 is down $12,467 (-0.69%) vs. FY2012. Highway user revenue peaked in 1999 @
$2,347,944. Compared to the 1999 peak, FY2013 highway user revenue is down $545,485 (-23.23X). Inflation according to the consumer price index is up 40%
since October, 1999 which further diminishes the buying power of the highway user revenue that rearnains.
Note 3) RE: Line 65 (funds on line 64 obligated for specific future projects). The $238,077 noted here Is the FY2014 portion of the Edson Fichter improvement
project that has a total estimate of $310,000, split between FY2013 and the remainder in FY2014.
Note 4) RE: Line 66 (funds on line 64 retained for general funds and operations). The $532,213 noted here is deemed necessary by management to retain for
operations to adequately cash flow winter operations until property tax revenue arrives in late January. Per notes 182, street operations are increasingly
funded by property tax which arrives in two semin-annual installments in January and July. This necessitates a larger cash balance as of October 1 in order to
fund operations for 4 months.