Johnson County

The Johnson County Commissioners, at their meeting Tuesday, approved moving forward with the new judicial center complex, after hearing final cost estimates and getting a GMP, or Guaranteed Maximum Price from the contractor, Groathouse Construction.

The Buffalo City Council, at their regular meeting Tuesday, awarded the Brock Street/Safe Routes to School Sidewalk Project to a Deaver company with the lowest bid.

After information was compiled from the sports complex survey in last week's Buffalo Bulletin and the survey from the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's website, results were in favor of the complex by more than a two-to-one margin.

The Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center met last Wednesday, and discussed the current construction project.

The Johnson County School Board, at their meeting last week, discussed the proposed new elementary school that has been tentatively approved by the State School Facilities Commission.

The City of Buffalo and the Buffalo/Johnson County Recycling Board are on the Agenda for the Johnson County Commissioner's meeting Tuesday, to discuss numerous issues the three entities have regarding the new recycling center currently under construction.

After the City of Buffalo denied a request by the county to waive permit fees for the new joint city/county recycling center building, the Recling Center Board decided they needed to discuss issues with both entities at their meetings Tuesday, July 5.

As of Friday, July 1st, the Wyoming Departments of Workforce Services and Employment have officially become the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services. The reorganization is the result of legislation passed during the 2011 Session.

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