Johnson County

An ordinance introduced earlier this month that will better compensate Buffalo's volunteer firefighters was passed on second reading at the last city council meeting.

Buffalo's City Council approved renewing their Employee Health Plan for another year, with three employee plan options, two existing plans and one new this year.

The Meadow Wood Ranch Conservation Easement held by Johnson County will soon be one step closer to becoming overseen by the Wyoming Stockgrowers Land Trust after they inventory the property this weekend, according to the county commissioners, who discussed the issue at their last meeting.

Sheridan County's three school districts and Johnson County's one have joined with Sheridan College to explore the potential for an alternative high school that would be built on the college campus on Coffeen Street in Sheridan.

Buffalo's City Council approved a number of letter requests from the Buffalo Youth Baseball League during their last regular meeting.

The Buffalo Trails Board is looking into the possibility of a new trail along South Bypass Road from roughly Hart Street in the north to Main Street to the south and along Main Street north to the city limits.

This month's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Luncheon will present Allison Ginn of the Buffalo (BLM) Bureau of Land Management Field Office giving information on some of the unique creatures of the high plains and pointing out wildlife watching opportunities on public lands in the Sheridan and Buffalo areas.

The One-Percent Committee in Johnson County has given their recommendations to both the county commissioners and the Buffalo City Council, allocating $1.35 million in fiscal year 2015/16 and $1.25 million in FY2016/17.

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