Buffalo

Mike Markovsky came before the Buffalo City Council at this week's meeting to discuss how the city may gain users on the NW Water Pipeline Project if they were willing to help landowners in the area by reducing some of the costs involved with hooking up to the water line.

Earlier this month members of the Johnson County Library Board gave a report to the county commissioners about cracks in the foundation and walls at the Kaycee Library.

This Saturday the St. Francis Animal Shelter in Buffalo will be having a garage/bake sale fundraiser to benefit the shelter.

There will be a garage sale featuring kitchen and household items, furniture, tools, pet supplies and more.

The Johnson County Library reported to the county commissioners at their meeting this week that they do not wish to participate in the survey of public opinion that will be conducted by the YMCA.

State Representative Mike Madden, in a news release Tuesday, announced he is seeking another term to serve as Representative of House District 40, which encompasses all of Johnson County and the eastern portion of Sheridan County.

Buffalo's City Council, at their Tuesday meeting, passed Resolution No. 1373, setting the request for municipal funds from property taxes for the city at their allotted 8 mills for Fiscal year 2014-2015.

Johnson County's Commissioners ratified the grant application by the Youth Camp Board to the Recreation Board, after Commission Chair Delbert Eitel signed the agreement last Friday, the deadline for applications to the Rec Board.

Johnson County Family YMCA Director Mike Quast discussed the proposed renovations at the facility. They are considering two separate renovations, the first containing a competition-sized pool, the second having only a small aquatics area and three lanes for lap swimming.

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