Buffalo

Buffalo's City Council approved a number of letter requests from the Buffalo Youth Baseball League during their last regular meeting.

The Buffalo Trails Board is looking into the possibility of a new trail along South Bypass Road from roughly Hart Street in the north to Main Street to the south and along Main Street north to the city limits.

This month's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Luncheon will present Allison Ginn of the Buffalo (BLM) Bureau of Land Management Field Office giving information on some of the unique creatures of the high plains and pointing out wildlife watching opportunities on public lands in the Sheridan and Buffalo areas.

The One-Percent Committee in Johnson County has given their recommendations to both the county commissioners and the Buffalo City Council, allocating $1.35 million in fiscal year 2015/16 and $1.25 million in FY2016/17.

The Gold Wing Road Riders Association will be coming to Buffalo this July for their District Rally with roughly 150 members expected to attend over the three days of events.

Johnson County's Commissioners voted to have Chairman Jim Hicks sign a Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) to participate in this year's Congressional Tours organized by The Northeast Wyoming Municipal Leaders Group (NEWY) later this summer.

Buffalo's Planning and Zoning Commission hosted a public meeting on the proposed Sign Ordinance at the Bomber Mountain Civic Center Wednesday evening, that drew only a few business owners and other concerned citizens to speak their minds on the issue.

At this week's Buffalo City Council meeting, State Treasurer Mark Gordon and State Representative Mike Madden, both of Buffalo, spoke on this year's legislative session and what can be expected in the coming year.

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