Afton council discusses police vehicle; sale of utility building
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According to information provided by the Town of Afton, this month Mayor Neuenschwander will be approaching a number of individuals and asking them to serve on the tourism board.
Drivers’ unwillingness to stop at designated stop signs brought up the discussion of students walking to and from school in Afton within the town council.
In addition to the utilities building, the Town of Afton is trying to sell property near Star Valley Medical Center on Doyle Child Circle.
The new Wyoming Army National Guard readiness center is scheduled to be completed by August 25. The two buildings combine for over 42,000 square feet and will serve soldiers from Afton, Evanston & Rock Springs.
According to Afton Police Chief, Randy Haderlie, body cameras have become a “necessary piece of equipment for every officer.”
Pathways will be constructed in Afton utilizing grant monies provided by the Wyoming Business Council.
The Town of Afton is seeking grant funds in the amount of $3 million to help with infrastructure maintenance or replacement.
The Town of Afton will be applying for a $3 million grant which would help the town perform necessary upkeep such as street repairs and sewer updates.