Brian Burky

A Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Worland and the Town of Kirby was discussed and approved at Tuesday’s City Council meeting. City Attorney Kent Richins presented to the board the Memorandum that would make the City of Worland the backup water system operator for the Town of Kirby. Kirby officials — in a…

As Spring days get longer and warmer, the City of Worland invites you to enjoy the outdoors, especially the city parks. Work has begun in getting the parks ready for Spring and Summer Activities. Brian Burky, City of Worland Director of Public Works told the Big Horn Radio Network about ongoing efforts and projects in…

City of Worland Attorney Kent Richins informed the city council Tuesday that a building at 1429 Coburn has been declared a public nuisance. The owner of the home and property signed the deed over to the city and now cleaning and demolition will take place. Superintendent of Public Works Brian Burky stated that the demolition…

Worland Chief of Police Gabe Elliott relayed to the board that a crosswalk at 15th and Howell is not working properly. The push buttons that warn oncoming vehicles of pedestrians crossing are not working properly. There is a crossing guard at the crosswalk — but a crew looked at the problem and will order parts…

City Attorney Kent Richins spoke to the Worland City Council about confusion surrounding the Snow Removal Ordinance that was up for a second reading on Tuesday Evening. After February’s first meeting — both Richins and Director of Public Works Brian Burky got a number of calls about the potential impacts of the ordinance. One of…

At Tuesday’s meeting — Mayor Jim Gill requested — and the council approved the reappointment of all current department heads to their current positions for another year. Residents have been voicing concern about the burned out streetlights downtown. Superintendent of Public Works Brian Burky relayed to the council that there are currently 55 lights downtown…

The Worland City Council met at City Hall Tuesday night in their second regular meeting of January. Last nights agenda was a bare one, with few actionable items taken up by the council. Members from each ward, by request of the mayor, nominated a councilman or councilwoman to serve on the new Sewer and Water…

Winter is here, but for Worland area residents, that doesn’t mean you have to stay cooped up inside for the entire season. The City of Worland Public Works and Parks Department continues to be hard at work providing some fun outdoor venues for citizens to enjoy. Worland Director of Public Works Brian Burky gave Big…


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