Johnson County

Johnson County's Commissioners have tentatively approved backing and sponsoring a grant application to study parking solutions, better land use and other related issues concerning the Bomber Mountain Civic Center, county courthouse and the Jim Gatchell Museum properties.

A decision on what to do with a rental property owned by the City of Buffalo was tabled at the council's last meeting to give the department heads time to meet and discuss options before giving a recommendation to the council.

In a news release, Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder confirmed that a male subject had been found deceased in his vehicle Wednesday at Prosinski Park in Buffalo.

A bill that would designate I-25 from Buffalo to the Colorado border, the “Vietnam Veterans Welcome Home Highway” has made it through both the House and Senate and has been signed by Gov. Matt Mead.

A local animal shelter will be holding an event to help prepare for kitten season. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

Update: The “Right to Try” legislation has passed all three readings in the House of Representatives and a concurrence vote in the Senate. The bill now heads to Gov. Matt Mead's desk.

Buffalo's City Council, at their Tuesday meeting, held a public hearing concerning the sale of lights from the old Centennial Park softball fields to Johnson County.
Larry Larson was the only one who offered comment on the sale.

The bid for construction of the expansion and renovation project at the Johnson County Library was awarded to the lowest bidder during the county commissioner's meeting Tuesday, but not without a bit of controversy.

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