A few items from the last Buffalo City Council Meeting:
City Building Inspector Toby Rhoades reported that he has issued one permit to build a new home and has two other permits pending.
He has also issued five permits for new roofs to existing homes in the city.
City Attorney Ben Kirven reported more progress in getting easements secured on the NW Water Pipeline project, and he explains further.
Kirven also updated the council on the air conditioner cleanup project from behind the Econolodge, saying the units will be drained of any freon and will then be sent to be recycled.
Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess was again voted in by the council as the voting delegate to the Wyoming Association of Municipalities, or WAM.
Finally, Friday May 17th was proclaimed as “Poppy Day” in Buffalo.