Johnson County

Individuals appointed to various county boards were all approved by a vote of the Johnson County Commissioners at their meeting this week.

The Buffalo Senior Center's annual Pie Auction will be tonight, February 5th beginning at 6:30 at the center located at 671 W. Fetterman.

The annual event is a fundraiser that supports the many programs at the senior center.

A city resident wanting to run a business out of his home has applied for a Conditional Use Permit, which has subsequently been approved by the Planning Board and the Buffalo City Council.

The State of Wyoming has a new program available for local governments to participate in that will help them save costs associated with compiling information for their Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plans, and combine those plans into a few regional documents instead of numerous individual city and county plans, according to Johnson County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly.

Resolution No. 531, amending the annual budget to add Fund 17 Grant money to it, was approved by the Johnson County Commissioners at this week's meeting.

Buffalo's City Council has approved a water tap for city water, as requested by a resident in the county.

Harry Washut, who owns property southeast of Bloedorn Lumber, came before the council to request the tap and allow him to use city water.

The announcement came on Wednesday from the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce and Craig Johnson, creator of the book series that has turned into a popular television series.

The Fifth Annual Longmire Days will be happening this July 8th, 9th and 10th in Buffalo.

Johnson County's Commissioners discussed and eventually accepted agreements for CMAQ (Congestion Mitigation Air Quality) for dust abatement, and an agreement accepting a Wyoming Department of Transportation (WyDOT) Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) Grant.

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