Council gives go-ahead on projects


LINGLE – Lingle Pool and Whipple Park will see fresh coats of paint in the near future. Council members approved a $3,000 bid from local artist Barry Lee to paint the park bathrooms and pool house at a meeting Wednesday. Lee has also been commissioned to repaint the park’s bandshell in anticipation of the town’s upcoming centennial celebration in mid-July.

In addition, Maintenance Department Supervisor Larry Haeffelin reported workers have poured concrete at the pool and the park and are readying the pool to open, scheduled for later this month. Haeffelin said his department has already filled one roll-off dumpster prior to the town’s annual Clean-Up Week, which will be the first two weeks in June. 

In other business:

• Police Chief Endra Moen stated she recently attended the Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police training in Casper, where it was noted she is the longest standing female chief of police in the state of Wyoming.

• Pool Manager Brandi Hill introduced the 2018 assistant pool manager, Kaylyn Jefferson. She said they will begin meeting with the new lifeguards and hope to start training on May 13, weather
permitting.

• Clerk-Treasurer Michele Sussex announced delinquent accounts are going down and liquor licenses are in the renewal process.

• Lingle’s Election Day was Tuesday, May 8. Residents vied for mayor and council seats – all four-year terms. See an upcoming issue for results.

• The next council meeting is Wednesday, May 16 at 5 p.m. at Lingle Town Hall.


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