Johnson County

During his report to the board, Johnson County School District One Superintendent Dr. Rod Kessler said he was pleased with his administrators and employees within the district, for a number of great reports he has received recently.

Johnson County's Commissioners have discussed hiring a company to perform surveys of the public to gather opinions on zoning regulations, and now would like to “piggy-back” surveys for the YMCA replacement and library expansion projects.

Two vacancies on the Buffalo Planning and Zoning Board were filled by the City Council at their last meeting.
Steve Reimann was re-approved for another three-year term on the board and Craig Cope was approved to serve out an unexpired term.

The Kerns Wildlife Habitat area in the Big Horn Mountains northwest of Sheridan that's managed by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department has re-opened to motorized vehicles.

The trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District renewed the contract of Sheridan College President Paul Young at a meeting Thursday afternoon.

Johnson County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly is currently working to build a Damage Assessment Team with the help of Buffalo's Building Inspector.

Land ownership on three parcels in southern Johnson County was discussed by the county commissioners at their last meeting.
The three parcels had recently been discovered to belong to the county, which had acquired them because of unpaid back taxes.

Sheridan College in Johnson County will be offering CPR and First Aid Certification classes beginning Saturday at the campus on South Main Street in Buffalo.

The CPR Certification class will run from 9am until noon and the First Aid Certification class will run from 1 to 4pm.

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