Buffalo's Budget Gets Second Reading

Buffalo City Council
Buffalo City Council

The Annual Appropriations Bill, or budget, for the City of Buffalo will get its second reading at their regular meeting this evening at Buffalo City Hall.

Ordinance #1348 should not have any problems or surprises when it is read, according to Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess.

The City Council will also hear from the Buffalo Senior Center on a matter involving their parking lot, and they will consider a request from a citizen asking to pasture cows on City property.

The Council will discuss a new agreement with St. Francis Animal Shelter to provide services to the City, and an update will be given to the Council on the new recycling center.

Requests from a number of businesses asking for catering permits for upcoming events will be considered, and the department heads will give their reports to the Council.

The meeting begins this evening at Buffalo City Hall.

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