Buffalo's City Council, at their Tuesday meeting, passed their appropriations bill, Ordinance No. 1371 on third reading.
The overall budget for the city for Fiscal Year 2015 is right at $16.5 million.
The general city fund was set at $864,000; protective services at $1.9 million; streets at $1.2 million; recreation at $380,000; water at $$1.5 million; waste water at $545,000; sanitation at $455,000 and miscellaneous equipment at $116,000.
There were some changes in the capital improvements budget from the second to the third read, and Mayor Randy Dyess explained what the changes were.
Outside agencies were funded at $480,000 by the council.
The council passed the budget on a 3-2 vote, with councilmen Russ Humphrey and Dave Long voting “nay.”
Outside agencies funded through the severance tax: CASA, $8,200; Buffalo Trails Board, $1,000; Buffalo Golf Course, $9,500; Trap and Skeet Club, $500; Criminal Justice Center Joint Powers Board, $5,000; Buffalo Downtown Association, $16,500; Chamber of Commerce, $11,500; Northern Wyoming Mental Health, $9,500; Buffalo Children's Center, $15,000; Buffalo Senior Center, $50,645; Johnson County Family YMCA, $29,500.
Those funded through one-percent funds: BDA, $40,000; Chamber Visitor's Center, $30,000; Boys and Girls Club, $50,000; Family Crisis Center, $42,500; Library, $10,000; Senior Center, $22,500; YMCA, $33,680; Recycling Center, $50,000; Johnson County Solid Waste, $40,000; Kaycee/Buffalo/Johnson County Economic Development Joint Powers Board, $25,000; St. Francis Animal Shelter, $8,000.