NOTICE

OF

INTENT

TO

ANNEX

LAND

IN

THE

CITY

OF

BUFFALO,

WYOMING

 

Pursuant to the provisions of the Wyoming Real Estate Subdivision Act, Statutes 18-5-301 thru 18-5-315, NOTICE IS HERBY GIVEN THAT Daniel C. Farnsworth intends to apply for an Annexation Permit from the City of Buffalo, to annex property into the corporate limits.

The annexation proposal is located in the N½ SW¼ of Section 26, Township 51 North, Range 82 West, at 210 McKinney St., within the Vacated Chaplines Addition to the City of Buffalo; and adjacent to both the Madsen and Fetterman Additions to the City of Buffalo.  The proposal is to annex a 0.98-acre residential parcel into the corporate limits, to be known as the Farnsworth Addition to the City of Buffalo. The proposed annexation would be zoned R1 (single family residential).  

Persons wishing to comment on the subdivision application may do so by sending written comments to City of Buffalo Planning and Zoning Commission, 46 N. Main, Buffalo, WY  82834, or by attending the City of Buffalo Planning and Zoning Commission sketch plan review meeting to be held on Tuesday, September 22, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. in the City of Buffalo Council Chambers, 46 N. Main, Buffalo, Wyoming; and at the Buffalo City Council meeting to be held Tuesday, October 6, 2020 at 5:00 PM, at the same location.

Questions on the proposed subdivision may be addressed to the City of Buffalo Planning Department by telephone at (307) 684-5566, or by e-mail at planningdirector@cityofbuffalowy.com.

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