Buffalo

Johnson County School District One Superintendent Dr. Rod Kessler has announced this year will be his final one with the district, as he will be retiring at the end of this school year.

Buffalo City Planner Lynn Barrett gave her report to the council at their last meeting, saying no new planning and zoning applications have been filed with her office in the last few weeks.

This year's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Winter Gathering happened Saturday night, and those attending were treated to a James Bond-themed evening entitled “007: Casino Royale,” with gambling, a five-course meal, wine-pairing and giveaways at the black-tie event.

The Buffalo Rabies Clinic was put on this past Saturday and turnout was steady throughout the day and better than expected, according to Buffalo Animal Control Officer Karen Kimutis.

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder gave his regular report to the city council at their last meeting, saying his officers will begin annual physical fitness testing on January 31st.

The Buffalo City Council and Johnson County Commission voted to draft letters of support for the Buffalo Housing Authority to pursue funding to build more senior housing in Buffalo.

The BHA approached both entities at their Tuesday meetings, asking them for support for their plan.

Johnson County has entered into a contract with Rocky Mountain Fire Systems to provide maintenance on the alarm systems at the Judicial and Justice Center buildings for the next year.

The Johnson County Library Foundation received a grant from the John Scully Foundation Trust for $42,000 it was recently announced.

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