Buffalo

Mark Gillett, Engineer for the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT)'s District Four, gave a report to the Johnson County Commissioners during their last regular meeting.

At their last regular meeting, the Buffalo City Council was addressed by a second-year medical student interning locally this summer who brought concerns over tattoo parlors that have recently opened in the city.

Last week, Wyoming Governor Matt Mead requested a presidential disaster declaration for Johnson and Niobrara Counties, which would qualify individuals and small businesses for federal assistance to help fund cleanup from the flooding that occurred in May and early June in those counties.

Mark Gillett, Engineer for the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT)'s District Four, gave a report to the Johnson County Commissioners during their last regular meeting.

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder, during his report to the city council at their last regular meeting, spoke highly of his staff, city crews and other emergency responders for their efforts during the flash flood event that happened the evening of Wednesday, June 3rd.

City of Buffalo Building Inspector Toby Rhoades gave his report to the Buffalo City Council at their last meeting, discussing vouchers for the city-wide cleanup, the recent flag ceremony at City hall, and grass issues within the city.

The annual Echoes of the Past Cemetery Tours, presented by the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo, will be happening again this year, August 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th and again the 12th, 13th, 14th and 15th in Buffalo's Willow Grove Cemetery.

Representatives from the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) updated the Johnson County Commissioners, covering subjects from anticipated revenue to current and future projects.

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