Mayor Mike Johnson awarded a Certificate of Appreciation to Tree Mechanics, LLC of Buffalo saying that owner Garrett Dotson and his crew trimmed all of the trees downtown at no cost to the city, which the mayor said he appreciated very much.
Tobacco compliance checks performed by the Buffalo police Department netted only one illegal sale to a minor during the check of area establishments on Friday, March 10th, according to Police Chief Jason Carder.
Buffalo's City Council heard a proposal from City Works Director Les Hook to allow him to advertise for bids on two smaller city water projects that will be combined into one larger project to be awarded together and hopefully completed this year.
Johnson County Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer reports that the dredging project at Lake DeSmet has been completed, and that it was a successful project with cooperation between the county and state to get it finished.
Johnson County Public Health will be having an emergency preparedness training exercise Wednesday that will allow emergency workers to practice dispensing medications to the entire population of Johnson County should an unforeseen emergency event in the future.
The Sheridan County Commissioners will start working on their 2017-2018 fiscal year budget soon. According to Commissioner Bob Rolston, even the smaller pieces of revenue that have been cut from years past have a big effect on the overall outlook.
Sunday afternoon, Landon’s Greenhouse hosted a workshop all about bees from selecting your hive to harvesting your honey. Presenter Peter Veinbergs, heads up the landscape crew at Landon’s and said there’s lots of reasons people own beehives.