Johnson County

A request from the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce to close Main Street downtown on Halloween afternoon was approved by the city council at their recent meeting.

During his presentation at the recent Buffalo Chamber of Commerce luncheon, State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo, who is backing Wyoming's Constitutional Amendment A, urged those attending to vote in favor of the amendment during the general election November 8th and to get the word out to everyone that it will be good for the future financial health of the state.

The City of Buffalo's Lobban Avenue reconstruction project update was distributed by Nelson Engineering this week, and engineer Brent Bennett said over the next couple of weeks the contractor will be working on Benteen from Main Street to the trailer park and a small section of Lobban south of Benteen as well as Fetterman from Main Street to Western Avenue.

State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo was the second speaker at a Wednesday luncheon hosted by the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce, along with State Senator Dave Kinskey of Sheridan.

During their quarterly meeting Tuesday, the Johnson County Board of Health was updated on the helicopter landing pad, air ambulance concerns, a new doctor at the healthcare center, alcoholism issues, and influenza by County Health Officer Dr. Mark Schueler.

This Saturday's annual Fall Drug Take-Back event in Buffalo is an opportunity for community members to safely get rid of their unused, unwanted or expired prescription medications to prevent drug abuse and protect the environment.

A variance request from a homeowner was denied by the Buffalo City Council during their Tuesday meeting.

The luncheon hosted by the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Wednesday featured State Senator Dave Kinskey of Sheridan and State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo, who both touched on the upcoming legislative session that will get underway January 10th, 2017.

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