Buffalo's City Council approved City Planning Director Lynn Barrett to file a “Notice of Intent” with the Federal Emergency management Agency (FEMA) for Homeland Security Grants that will cover the cost of flood mitigation projects in the city, stemming from the disaster declaration made earlier this year due to flooding in the city and in Johnson County.
Surprising to some might be that the state university has had a research station to study plants in the Sheridan area for about a century. The center’s Director Brian Mealor talked about the center and his job during a recent interview.
Buffalo's Chamber of Commerce is pleased with the recent help provided by city works crews to help the chamber with Holiday decorations, and Chamber Director Angela Fox came before them at a recent meeting to thank the council before moving on to some new requests of them.
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