Johnson County

City of Buffalo Works Director Les Hook reported to the city council at their last meeting that he will be replacing lights and other parts at the sports fields complex under warranty.

After taking a break in 2014, the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce will be bringing their annual Luau fundraiser back to the people of Buffalo and Johnson County this June.

Johnson County School District One's Superintendent of Schools, Gerry Chase, released a short news brief late Tuesday saying he had been contacted and results from the testing for mercury at Meadowlark Elementary School in Buffalo should be released to him this Thursday.

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven reported to the city council recently that he is “confident” the city will finally have the easements needed for the South Tank Water Pipeline project that has been in the planning and development stages for a number of years.

Johnson County Planner Rob Yingling update the county commission on the latest from the Richardson Park Subdivision and the coliform bacteria situation at the Bald Mountain Trailer Park, both west of Buffalo.

The Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees reviewed and revised their financial forecast and amended their annual budget during their last regular meeting.

Over 80 vendors packed into the Bomber Mountain Civic Center in Buffalo this past weekend, to show off their goods and services, network, and gain some valuable knowledge at the 12th Annual Johnson County Small Business Expo.

The Buffalo Police Department will begin the hiring process to find a new police officer within the next couple of weeks, according to Police Chief Jason Carder, who made the announcement during his report at the last city council meeting.

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