Johnson County

Lynn Barrett, Buffalo's Planning Director, reported to the city council at a recent meeting that she has been busy with numerous projects in recent weeks.

Johnson County's Commissioners recently accepted the resignation of Scott Mills from the Planning Commission.

The commissioners will draft and sign a letter expressing their appreciation for his service on the commission.

The Buffalo Planning and Zoning Commission hosted a public comment and input session after their regular meeting Tuesday, giving citizens the opportunity to speak on the proposed Sign Ordinance the commission is looking to implement.

Over the last couple of weeks, Johnson County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly has received reports that people in the county have been getting late-night phone calls where messages were claiming the calls were coming from the county.

Wyoming State Senator Dave Kisnkey, who represents District 22, which encompasses Johnson and Sheridan Counties, has been busy with an open ear, getting ready for the upcoming legislative session, which will be his first.

The Wyoming Supreme Court must decide whether to grant a new trial to a Johnson County man serving six life sentences without parole for the sexual abuse of children.

Johnson County School District One's Board of Trustees said goodbye to Chairman Rich Hall and Trustee George Mathes at this week's meeting, and welcomed Steve Reimann and Dave Belus to the board.

Buffalo's City Council is in the process of deciding what to do with a bike lane on South Burritt Avenue, put in when the street was re-paved earlier this year.

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