Board Re-appointments Addressed By County Commissioners

Board Re-appointments Addressed By County Commissioners

A number of board re-appointments were discussed and some approved by the Johnson County Commissioners during their last meeting of December.

Albert “Smokey” Wildeman and Randy Cleveland had applied to the commissioners for re-appointment to the Planning Commission and were both approved for another term.

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess had been a member of the Kaycee/Buffalo/Johnson County Economic Development Joint Powers Board as the city representative but will lose the mayor's seat when new Mayor Mike Johnson takes over in January.

Adam Teten was expected to submit his resignation from the KBJ board effective in January, and there will be a seat opening up for re-appointment according to discussions at the meeting.
Dyess submitted a letter requesting consideration for a seat on the board.

The Commissioners decided to wait until January for all interested to submit applications and allow the new commission to make appointments to the KBJ Economic Development Joint Powers Board.

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