Johnson County

After the Johnson County Commissioners approved $25,000 in funding for additional repairs at the YMCA at their Tuesday meeting, the Buffalo City Council then had their opportunity to discuss the issue at their meeting later that evening, where they also approved the YMCA using the unused 1% funds.

Johnson County's Commissioners have approved the use of $25,000 of allocated but unused 1% funds for repairs at the city-owned YMCA building.

Johnson County's Commissioners approved Resolution No. 547 at their meeting Tuesday. The resolution is a grant application to the State Lands and Investments Board (SLIB) by County Road and Bridge, for funding to complete a widening and paving project for TW Road east of Buffalo.

The weekly Buffalo Farmer's Market, organized by the Buffalo Downtown Association (BDA), has just a few more weeks left before it wraps up for another year, but will be in Crazy Woman Square this evening.

Buffalo's City Council has approved a resolution authorizing a grant application to the State Lands and Investments Board (SLIB) for the city to pay for replacing a sewer lift station.

Asbestos has caused a delay and a possible increase in costs for the next phase of the Johnson County Healthcare Center's 2018 building project, which is demolition of the old nursing home and an old section of the hospital.

Johnson County's Commissioners will have their first meeting of September on Tuesday the 6th, beginning at 9am at the Historic Courthouse downtown.

*Note: this story has been updated with new and correct information.

During their recent monthly meeting, the Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center were given a report on a project with the goal of raising awareness in the community about breast cancer.

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