The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board approved a new policy that will affect customers prior to June 21, 1989, who've not yet connected to the system, but have paid the minimum base rate since September 1, 1994.
Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess presented the State Of The City Address at ta luncheon Wednesday, touching briefly on a number of subjects from his love of serving as mayor to the accomplishments of the city to spending and reserve funds to what the future may hold.
Developer Justin Beckner, owner of the Buffalo Ridge Subdivision, brought another idea before the Buffalo City Council Tuesday night, to hopefully resolve a disagreement with the city over open spaces and a drainage pond in the development.
A perpetual fund set up for the Johnson County Family YMCA by the county commissioners was released to the YMCA at their request, after being approved by the county commissioners at their meeting Tuesday.
Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess is suggesting that citizens there turn their faucets on to drip to keep their lines from freezing. He has had reports from local plumbers that have seen the numbers of supply lines from the street into personal residences freeze.
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