Buffalo

Over the last few days we have looked at the Gilead Fire and some of the contributing factors that made suppression of the fire difficult. Suppression was the top priority from the beginning, but conditions and and human safety were major factors in all decisions relating to the fire.

This Saturday, the Buffalo Downtown Association will present their “Light Up Buffalo” events to kick off the Christmas Holiday season in conjunction with National Small Business Saturday.

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven reported to the city council that he has managed to tentatively set up a day to finally get the air conditioning units removed from the city property behind the Econolodge on East Hart Street.

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Luncheon this month gave employees Audrey Semm and New Team Leader Trudy Lingle an opportunity to update those attending on the new store and its time line leading up to the Grand Opening next week.

Previously we looked at how strained budgets, WUIs or Wildland/Urban Interfaces and safety priorities shape the policies for wildfire prevention and suppression on the Bighorn National Forest.
Today we will discuss how the landscape itself dictates how and where or even if mechanical treatments can be done.

Johnson County's Commissioners awarded the maintenance contract for the judicial/justice center complex to Powder River Heating and Air Conditioning of Buffalo to provide maintenance work on the heating and air conditioning systems of both buildings.

Buffalo's City Council awarded the bid for a feasibility study on the old Clear Creek School building to Nelson Engineering of Buffalo.

Officials with the Black Hills National Forest, which spans from northeastern Wyoming to southwestern South Dakota, are asking the public to avoid parking in front of the forest gates.

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