Buffalo Police Chief Mike Chapman told the Buffalo City Council the new Justice Center project is moving along on schedule for the August move-in date, barring any major issues popping up.
Chapman also reported that computer training on the new computer system will be starting soon.
Also at their regular Council meeting last week, City Building Inspector Tom Hulick gave the final report on last month’s Citywide cleanup effort to the Council.
The City’s cost of the cleanup was $8,579.50, which is roughly $1,500 less than last year’s total of nearly $10,000.
Hulick said the City’s lower cost was probably due to the weather, but this year 43 refrigerators, freezers and air conditioners were collected, which is more than any time in the past.
Hulick also requested permission to advertise water restrictions within the City limits, and the Council approved.
Watering restrictions are in place year-round, but some residents may have forgotten them. Residents with addresses that end in even numbers can water on even days, and odd-numbered houses water on odd days. The 31st 0f the month is split in the morning and afternoon.
For questions on watering restrictions, contact the Buffalo City Hall at 684-5566.