The City of Buffalo will be conducting a number of Community Assessment “Listening Sessions” to gather public input for the latest assessment, with the goal of making Buffalo a “better place to live, work, play and visit,” said Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery.
Montgomery said the City has done this before.
Montgomery said the original assessment was used as a guiding tool for city leaders to use to help direct where Buffalo would head into the future.
This newest assessment will do the same, with a few changes, he said.
Montgomery said the five-member State Assessment Team will be in Buffalo this week, conducting interviews and gathering input, working to compile information for a public meeting Thursday, where they will present their preliminary findings to the those interested.
The public-input sessions will be conducted Wednesday and Thursday this week, and although they have specific times set for specific cross-sections if the community, anyone is welcome at any of the sessions and can contribute to the assessment, Mongomery said.
For more information and the agenda for both days for Buffalo's Community Assessment, go to the end of this story at sheridanmedia.com
Community Assessment Agenda
City of Buffalo, Wyoming
Wednesday, May 4th & Thursday May 5th 2011
Wednesday, May 4th 2011
At the Johnson County Planning Office:
9 to 9:50 A.M. Agriculture, Banking, Financial
10 to 10:50 A.M. City, County, Law Enforcement
11 to 11:50 A.M. Retail, Business, and Utilities
1:15 to 2:05 P.M. Public Session
2:20 to 3:05 P.M. High School Youth, @ BHS
3:20 to 4:10 P.M. Education, Church, @ Johnson Co. Planning Office
Thursday, May 5th 2011
@ Buffalo City Hall Council Chambers:
8 to 9 A.M. Healthcare,
10:10 to 11 A.M. Senior Citizens
Afternoon free for team to create summary of Community Assessment for presentation tonight.
5:45 to 7:30 p.m. Town Hall Meeting at City Hall Council Chambers.