Buffalo

Scott Duncan, with Volunteers of America, gave the latest quarterly report to the Johnson County Commissioners at a recent meeting, saying numbers of those involved in their juvenile justice and probation services they provide the county are remaining high.

This past weekend in Buffalo was a busy one for shoppers, parade-goers and those enjoying a bite to eat.

There will be a public forum in Buffalo regarding the Planning and Zoning Committee's proposed city sign ordinance at Buffalo City Hall Tuesday at 5:30pm.

Johnson County Attorney Kenneth DeCock put in a request to the county commissioners to appoint Attorney Tucker Ruby as a Special Prosecutor for Johnson County.

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder gave his report to the city council, saying there were 1,057 incidents in the city in November and 3,292 total phone calls handled by dispatch during the month.

Coming up this Saturday are a number of Buffalo's favorite events, all centered around the Christmas Holiday Season.

The culminating events are the Chili Feed and the Lighted Parade, but much more will be happening all over town all day long.

Johnson County's Commissioners discussed moving forward with vacating the Adams Avenue Apartments in preparation for beginning the expansion project for the Johnson County Library.

Buffalo's City Council passed on third reading Ordinance No. 1374, which cleans up wording pertaining to the existing Ordinance on fences.

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