Johnson County

Building permits issued in Buffalo have overall maintained a steady pace during the last few years, in spite of a downward trend in the local economy during that time, according to Buffalo Building Inspector Toby Rhoades.

Johnson County's Commissioners approved Chairman Bill Novotny to sign the forthcoming Industrial Road Project (IRP) Contract with the Wyoming Department of Transportation on the planned TW Road Project, once it is reviewed by the county attorney's office.

The Sheridan-Johnson County’s Critical Air Service Team known as CAST saw an increase in their enplanements from January-February of 2016 versus the same months this year. Renee’ Obermueller with CAST.

Buffalo's City Council and the Johnson County Commissioners agreed to provide $100,000 or $50,000 each in funding for a study to be completed that could possibly bring a coding school to Buffalo, that will eventually bring good jobs to the area.

Johnson County and the Wyoming Game & Fish Commission have entered into a new three-year contract that will allow County Road and Bridge to continue to offer their services at the Monument Access Area at Lake Desmet.

Buffalo has been named as a 2016 Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation, honoring the city's commitment to effective urban forest management.

Applications for funding grants to the Johnson County Recreation District on behalf of the city were approved unanimously by the Buffalo City Council at their Tuesday meeting.

The Prevention Management Organization of Wyoming (PMO) urges everyone to plan now to spring clean their medicine cabinets to rid themselves of unwanted, unused or expired prescription drugs, which in turn can safeguard family and friends from medicine misuse and/or abuse.

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