Buffalo

The project to reconstruct and repave South Burritt Avenue from West Gatchell south to Cemetery Road has begun, according to City Works Director Les Hook, who updated the Buffalo City Council at their last meeting.

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead and many other dignitaries gave short presentations honoring veterans, their service and their sacrifices at three ceremonies held throughout the state on Friday.

Buffalo's Planning Director Lynn Barrett updated the city council on the various undertakings she is assisting on, from updating the Comprehensive Plan to working with local committees on projects.

At their last meeting the Buffalo City Council was updated on a number of projects being worked on by City Attorney Ben Kirven.

At their last meeting, the Buffalo City Council approved a request by Sandy Ward of the Johnson County Healthcare Center to waive the building permit fees for their nursing home project.

The project for the Johnson County Healthcare Center to replace the existing Amie Holt Nursing Home, also known as the 2018 Project, took a hard hit Wednesday at the bid openings, when the bids came back at roughly $900,000 or ten percent higher than the engineer and architect's estimates.

Governor Matt Mead will be making a stop at the Veteran's Home of Wyoming in Buffalo on Friday, one of three stops he is scheduled to make throughout the state to celebrate the 4th annual Veterans Welcome Home Day.

After the recommendation of the Buffalo City Council, the Vision Buffalo Commission (VBC) will have a public meeting open house on a proposed dog park, scheduled for Tuesday, April 8th from 4:30 to 6pm at Buffalo's City Hall.

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