Buffalo

At their Tuesday meeting the Johnson County Commissioners passed Resolution No. 498, which sets the county's elected officials' salaries for the next four years, from 2015 through 2018.

Buffalo's City Council, at their last meeting, renewed the city's existing employee health insurance program with Blue Cross/Blue Shield for another year, because the provider did not raise the rates on the city for the insurance.

County officials met last week at the Commissioner’s meeting to discuss problems at the new justice/judicial center and how to address them.

The Johnson County Commissioners will have their weekly meeting Tuesday, and the main topic of discussion will be Resolution #496, pertaining to Elected Official's Wages.

Johnson County School District Business Manager Matt Ramey gave his report to the school board at their last meeting, updating them on the Meadowlark School drop off project.

With Budget Sessions looming in the very near future, the county's elected officials are working to submit their annual budgets to the county commissioners. One topic of discussion in recent weeks has been possible salary increases for the employees of each department for the next fiscal year.

The 24th Annual Buffalo Swim Club's Duck Race took place Saturday in Buffalo's Clear Creek, and if ticket sales and interested people along the banks of the creek are any indication, the race was again a successful fundraiser for the club.

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.

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