Johnson County

The Johnson County Family YMCA brought some young people to the last Buffalo City Council meeting to thank the council for allowing the YMCA to use the city-owned old archery building and to give the council a scrapbook the kids compiled of events and fun activities they have participated in since the “Y In The Park” opened in November of 2015.

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder reported to the Buffalo City Council that officers had performed alcohol compliance checks and that they would be assisting with the upcoming Easter Egg Hunt next weekend.

Johnson County's Commissioners for discussed tax refunds for one company after County Assessor Cindy Barlow brought the tax corrections before them during their last meeting.

Johnson County's Commissioners discussed tax refunds for one company after County Assessor Cindy Barlow brought the tax corrections before them during their last meeting.

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder reported to the Buffalo City Council that officers had performed alcohol compliance checks and that they would be assisting with the upcoming Easter Egg Hunt next weekend.

Johnson County Commissioner Jim Hicks, during his portion of the State Of The County Address Wednesday, discussed how the commissioners have supported economic development in the region.

Hicks then moved on to talk about projects the county will either be working on this year or in the very near future.

Johnson County Commissioner Jim Hicks, during Wednesday's State of the County Address, spoke about how the county has helped to spur economic development in the region, continuing the address that Chairman Bill Novotny had begun with an overall look at the county's financial situation.

Buffalo's City Council voted to table the second reading on Ordinance No. 1382, which will amend existing code concerning transient merchants conducting business within the city during special events.

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