Dave Simonsen, Director of the Kaycee/Buffalo/Johnson County Economic Development Joint Powers Board (KBJ/JPB), approached the Johnson County Commissioners for help in funding a needed remodel to the kitchen at the old Clear Creek School Building.
Buffalo High School Student Council President Matt Scarlett brought a request before the city council at their Tuesday meeting to allow the school to have a Homecoming Parade on Main Street later this month.
Buffalo's City Council approved a lease agreement with the Johnson County Family YMCA for them to use the city-owned archery building near the outdoor pool, contingent upon the YMCA helping to find new homes for the current users of that building.
Johnson County's Commissioners and Deputy County Attorney Barry Crago have reviewed an opinion letter from a Cheyenne attorney addressing his concerns on the proposed Sasol/Johnson County agreement concerning Lake DeSmet.
Johnson County's Commissioners are expected to lift the fire ban in the county at their regular meeting today.
The fire ban was implemented earlier this summer due to dry conditions to help curb the possibility of fires on county lands.
Friday night at halftime of the Bison football game with the Powell Panthers, a ceremony was held at the 50-yard line to rename the field as “Mike Moon Field” to honor the longtime head football coach at Buffalo High School.
The Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) was expected to have a meeting between the Buffalo and Cheyenne offices to discuss options for improving the Dead Horse Creek area along Interstate 90 in eastern Johnson County.
This week we have been focusing on Attorney Bruce T. Moats' interpretation and subsequent problem with two aspects of the proposed Lake DeSmet Operating Agreement between Sasol Synfuels International and the Johnson County Commissioners.
City of Buffalo Planning Director Lynn Barrett reported to the city council that grants applied for for feasibility studies on a proposed Eastern Corridor Technology Park and a proposed business park were approved.
Some county Residents near the NW Pipeline Project in North Buffalo are wanting to tie in to a city-owned water line for water service to their properties, and came before the city council at their last meeting to make the request to them.
As we reported yesterday, Attorney Bruce T. Moats of Cheyenne has been retained by Sheridan Media to review the proposed agreement between Sasol Synfuels International and the Johnson County Commissioners for operating Lake DeSmet.
He found two points in the agreement as “problematic.”