Briefs From Buffalo City Council

Briefs From Buffalo City Council

At their last meeting the Buffalo City Council heard an update from City Attorney Ben Kirven on the new animal codes he will compiling. Kirven and City Animal Control Officer (ACO) Karen Kimutis will be working together to compile information for the new city codes.

Kirven also said he will be revamping city parking codes in the very near future.

Easements on the NW Water Pipeline Project are looking like they will be completed soon, he said.

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder reported there were 1,051 incidents handled by his department in June.
Dispatch handled 4,176 total phone calls during he month.

City ACO Karen Kimutis responded to two calls in the county for which they will be billed $100.

Carder also requested and received approval to bid for a replacement vehicle for one of their patrol vehicles that has had numerous problems.

Carder said the vehicle has been sitting at Fremont Motors but so far they can't find the problem with it.

He explains further.

The council approved Carder to move forward with the replacement of the patrol vehicle.

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