Buffalo

The annual garage sale put on by Habitat for Humanity of Johnson County was this past weekend, and raised an estimated $20,000 for the organization over it's four-day run.

Johnson County's Commissioners, at a recent regular meeting, approved the Final Plat for the Kearney Hall Minor Subdivision, after hearing a presentation from County Planner Jim Waller.

Three people have been approved to serve on separate boards for the City of Buffalo, after the city council voted them in at their last regular meeting, on the recommendation of Mayor Mike Johnson.

The annual Free Landfill Days for both the City of Buffalo and Johnson County will continue today and wrap up on Saturday.

Buffalo's Mountain Meadow Wool, and owner Karen Hostetler, were recognized as the Small Business Association (SBA) “State of Wyoming and Region 8 Exporter of the Year” in a presentation at a luncheon hosted by the chamber of commerce Wednesday.

The Buffalo City Council has opted to not grant a request from a local business owner wanting the city to restructure their sewer rates, or to designate his car wash as a “green business” and allow him a lower sewer rate, if they were not willing or able to currently re-structure the rates in general.

Johnson County Clerk Vicki Edelman presented the commissioners with her draft budget during their Tuesday meeting, and the commissioners will now begin discussions and meetings to make adjustments to the budget before it is finalized in July.

The Buffalo City Council has approved an updated version of their five-year Capital Improvements Plan (CIP) as they do every year.

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