Late last month, both the Johnson County Commission and the Buffalo City Council passed separate resolutions paving the way for a 1% sales tax bond issue to go to the voters in this year’s August primary.

The Johnson County Community Improvement Plan is an effort to deal with the long-term sustainability of 9 taxpayer-owned properties in the county, the City of Buffalo, and the Town of Kaycee.

Now that it has officially identified as ballot issue, representatives of boards, commission, and foundations are voicing support for the plan.

Laci Schiffer serves on the Johnson County Fair Board and had this to say…

Mark Wilson is a Real Estate agent with 307 Real Estate and serves on the Buffalo Golf Association Foundation’s Board and told Big Horn Mountain Radio that maintaining taxpayer-owned properties like the golf course is an economic support for the community…

There is a new website that explains the plan in detail and can be found at

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