At their last meeting the Buffalo City Council heard reports from each of the department heads.
Building Inspector Toby Rhoades reported that he has issued nine building permits so far in 2013, up from the seven issued in 2012.
Revenue from this year's permits is at $2,421 which is higher than the $775 collected during the same period in 2012.
None of the permits issued was for a new house start.
City Attorney Ben Kirven reported that he is working on a Memorandum of Understanding between the city and county for a water storage tank at the airport. He is also working to secure a license agreement for a water line to run along Airport Road in preparation of work beginning later this year on the NW Water Pipeline Project.
City/County Engineer Wayne Hill reported the bulk of his work currently is mapping and infrastructure for the city but that he has spoken to WYDOT about the left turn signal at the intersection of Fort and Main Streets.
They will be conducting traffic surveys this summer during the busy travel season to verify if it is warranted.