Johnson County

Johnson County Coroner Dave Harness spoke at last week's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Luncheon, about his office and recent happenings in the county relating to his office.

A boundary adjustment between two private landowners in the county came before the Johnson County Commissioners at their last meeting, as recommended by the Planning Commission and County Planner Rob Yingling.

The Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has been considering a proposal to increase the minimum distance between wells and homes and now the time is nearing where a decision on the issue will be finalized.

Angela Fox and Rachel McCaughey, with the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce, gave a report to the Johnson County Commission at their last meeting, updating them on events coming this summer and the lodging tax numbers, which are way up over recent years, they said.

Johnson County Attorney Tucker Ruby gave a brief talk on his office, personnel and what residents can expect from the county attorney.

UPDATE, 4pm Wednesday: A statement was received from Department of Workforce Services Public Information Officer Hayley McKee that read, “Although the floor tested positive for mercury, it is quite possible that no hazard exists.

Johnson County Assessor Cindy Barlow gave her report to those attending the recent Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Luncheon, updating them on valuation in the county and what affects tose values.

The City of Buffalo will be using 3D modeling to find the proper grades for the semi-completed softball/baseball fields at the city-owned sports complex at the old Centennial Park site on South Cedar Street.

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