Buffalo

At their last meeting, the Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees heard mostly negative reports from Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward on the facility's loss of revenue from fewer patients walking through their doors as well as through lower valuation in the county.

Buffalo Senior Center Director AJ Mock approached the Johnson County Commissioners at their last meeting, asking for monetary help in the center's quest to replace their defective boilers in the city-owned building.

This year's Buffalo Relay For Life events, changed slightly to accommodate some new events and a new venue, went very well and had a good turnout of participants, according to organizers of this weekend's events.

A public meeting was held last Thursday night for county residents in the area of the airport and elsewhere in a proposed “service area” to learn how they can gain city water for their residences in the county.

A number of smaller items and issues were brought up and discussed at this week's Johnson County Commissioner's meeting.

The Buffalo High School Spirit Squad had requested the use of the parking lot at the Historic Courthouse for carwash fundraisers they were wanting to put on this summer.

Applications for the position of Johnson County Fire Warden were accepted by the Johnson County Commission up to their meeting June 18th and the commissioners then appointed Rick Farris as the new Fire Warden for the county.

At their Wednesday meeting, the Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees got an unfavorable report concerning reduced volume, revenue and how that will affect the upcoming budget for Fiscal Year 2014.

At their meeting this week, the Johnson County Commissioners got an update from County Planner Rob Yingling on the status of the Zoning Regulations Project, which he said is “wrapping up their final changes.”

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