Johnson County's Commissioners will work through a full morning on their agenda at their regular Tuesday meeting.
A public hearing is scheduled for 9:05 in the morning to amend the budget for the coming fiscal year.
Kaycee mayor Tom Knapp will give a presentation to the commissioners updating them on the town's roads project.
That gets underway at about 9:10.
Ronda Holwell and others with WyDOT will give their annual STIP, or State Transportation Improvement Program presentation, outlining the agency's outlook and plans for the next five years on their transportation plan for the state.
Also on the agenda is a discussion on Public Health Contracts with the County Nurse and All Hazards.
The commissioners will review the salary contribution agreement for the 4H/Youth Program Coordinator.
Edie Bailey will discuss IP Services for the Law Enforcement Center.
Sheriff Steve Kozisek will discuss the Juvenile Jail Contract.
And finally the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce is scheduled to make a budget request for the upcoming Longmire Days celebration in Buffalo.
The meeting gets underway at 9am Tuesday upstairs in the Commissioners Chambers in the Historic Courthouse in Buffalo.