Buffalo

Yesterday we reported on State Representative Mike Madden's legislative preview to the Buffalo City Council, where he discussed some of the issues he sees coming in this year's budget session.

State Representative Mike Madden, at the last Buffalo City Council meeting, gave a preview of this year's Legislative Budget Session, which is now underway in Cheyenne.

Johnson County's Commissioners, along with many other cities, counties, and others in the state, are backing Senate File 19 (SF19) a bill that will allow local governments, special districts, and joint powers boards to invest their funds through the State Treasurer's Office.

Good employees with attendance issues, and subsequently fewer nurses aides is the culprit behind a freeze on admittance at the Amie Holt Care Center, according to Director Brenda Goarm.

Johnson County Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer updated the county commissioners on the county's chip seal projects that will be going to bid next month with the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WyDOT).

Buffalo's City Council approved a Resolution backing the Wyoming Association of Municipalities' Legislative Agenda which will hopefully persuade lawmakers in Cheyenne to allocate more funding for local governments throughout the state.

The 32nd Annual Knights of Columbus Fish Fry will be happening this afternoon and evening in Buffalo.

In anticipation of the Wyoming Legislature’s convening today for the session, Representatives Mark Kinner of Sheridan and Mike Madden of Buffalo, were asked to be guests on a recent Public Pulse show.

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