Johnson County

At their meeting Tuesday the Buffalo City Council approved a request from City Planner Zach Montgomery to declare the Sports Fields Complex as “substantially complete,” and begin the one year warranty period for the project.

Lands that are apparently owned by the county near Sussex in southern Johnson County are being looked into to determine if the county actually owns them, how many acres are there and determine if the commissioners will possibly sell them.

At their meeting Monday night, the Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees got the report from Nelson Engineering on their findings from the public meetings concerning the ultimate fate of the old Clear Creek School building.

Last weekend the Buffalo Swim Club hosted the First Annual Kate Holt Memorial Swim Meet at Buffalo's outdoor pool in Washington Park.

Tuesday evening's Buffalo City Council meeting was beginning to look like it would be the first meeting in months that would end without a verbal melee between council members and department heads.
Almost true.
This time it was a councilman questioning the mayor.

The Northeast Wyoming Municipal Leaders Association, or NEWY, will be hosting a tour next month that will give delegates from Washington D.C. the opportunity see firsthand the benefits of coal mining in northeastern Wyoming.

Last week the mayors from the “big three” municipalities in Northeast Wyoming, Dave Kinski from Sheridan, Tom Murphy from Gillette, and Randy Dyess from Buffalo met with Wyoming Governor Matt Mead to discuss a number of topics with him, all pertaining to the well-being of this corner of the state.

The Johnson County Commissioners, at their special Monday meeting, approved their budget for FY 2013-14, using all of their available 12 mills and accepting a total appropriation of just over $40 million.

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