At a workshop Monday evening, the Buffalo City Council and many department heads met to discuss Capital Improvement Projects for this fiscal year and to plan for the next few years.
Mayor Randy Dyess gave a list of projects that have been completed or that are in the process of being completed, including the Sports Fields Complex, improvements and upogrades at the YMCA, the NW water line project that has secured funding, and the Crazy Woman Square project to name a few.
Projects discussed for this fiscal year were a number of street improvement and paving projects-the intersection of Lobban and Benteen and chip and seal of the remainder of Lobban; the paving of Butte Street near the recycling center; and other projects like the NW Water Line and the south storage tank and water line replacement near the high school.
Additional possibilities looked at were a new City Hall vehicle; reconstruction of the Cemetery Road pathway to an all-weather surface; and a redesign of the concessions/restrooms at the city pool.
Mayor Dyess explained after the meeting that none of these projects are set in stone and there are is no priority list either. These are a wish-list of projects the city will look to complete.
Dyess said this is mainly a planning tool and the final list will be adopted by Resolution in the spring of 2013.