Buffalo

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess spent a day in Gillette last week with officials from both Sheridan and Gillette to discuss marketing the region of the state for economic development.

Buffalo City Clerk Julie Silbernagel came before the city council at their last meeting to give the latest city financial report to the council and to enter the information into the public record, at the request of Councilman Bill Hawley.

Johnson County Facilities Manager Kim Glasgow came before the county commission at their last meeting, to show them his design for wind break structures at the Johnson County Judicial/Justice Center.

Buffalo's City Attorney Ben Kirven reported to the city council during their last meeting that he will be working on getting new easements for the South Tank and Water Line Project.

Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees were updated on the 2018 building project at their October meeting this week.

Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees received their annual Audit Report at their October meeting Tuesday night, which was overall a very good audit, according to the report.

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's annual Monster March will be happening this afternoon, October 30th, not on Friday, which is Halloween.

Angela Jarvis, Executive Director of the Buffalo Chamber, explains why the march is a day earlier than normal this year.

Buffalo Planning Director Lynn Barrett gave an update to the city council on a number of projects and grant applications her office is assisting on.

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