Johnson County's Commissioners discussed the proposed Bull Creek Reservoir at their last meeting. The proposed reservoir was the topic of a Wyoming Water Development Commission (WWDC) meeting in Buffalo August 14th, which the commissioners were unable to attend.
Buffalo City Works Director Les Hook gave a written report to the city council at their last meeting, and listened as councilmen Dave Long and Russ Humphrey relayed some complaints from citizens to him.
Buffalo Planning Director Lynn Barrett, during her report to the council, told them she had been approached by a group looking to develop 190 acres of property north of the Greenleaf Subdivision and between the two Interstate Highways.
At their latest meeting the Johnson County Commissioners heard County Planner Rob Yingling's report.
He gave them a written annual report covering the planning commission and the county's planning department.
Buffalo's city council passed a Resolution approving submission of an application for a business-ready community grant for development and improvements of Lobban Avenue and Benteen and Fetterman Streets.
Johnson County's Commissioners and the Buffalo City Council each passed a Resolution at their Tuesday meetings, approving the special one-cent tax for the library expansion project for the November General Election ballot.
Johnson County's Commissioners voted unanimously to table a vote on an agreement between themselves and SaSol Synfuels International that would cover operations, maintenance and other aspects of running the reservoir at Lake DeSmet.