Johnson County

Buffalo's city Council approved a reduction in cost for a tap fee at the request of a county resident who gave some extraordinary circumstances concerning his situation as the reason for the request, and the council agreed with him.

The Johnson County Board of Health met Tuesday afternoon for their regular quarterly meeting, and were updated on the latest information on the Zika Virus by Public Health Nurse Trish Thompson.

Representatives of the Boys and Girls Club of the Bighorns, the Buffalo Children's Center, and CASA, and Child Advocacy Services of the Bighorns, asked the Johnson County Commissioners to approve and sign their annual applications for funding through the state's TANF or Temporary Assistance For Needy Families Grant program.

Buffalo's City Council approved a liquor license transfer from the Buffalo Golf Club back to the city at Tuesday's regular meeting.

Johnson County Planner Jim Waller came before the county commission during their last regular meeting to give a quarterly report on happenings in the planning office so far in 2016.

Johnson County's Commissioners discussed and then approved vouchers for the first part of the month at their last regular meeting, and managed to find a path to save some money.

Since the City of Buffalo announced earlier this month that testing of the city's water supply in some homes and buildings in the city had found elevated levels of lead, questions have been directed at city employees from concerned citizens.

The Buffalo High School Drama Department gave two performances this past weekend of their version of the musical “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang,” and had nearly packed houses for both performances.

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