Bye-bye China King!
Burleson City Council approved an agreement demolishing and replacing Wilshire’s abandoned China King and more at its meeting Monday, plus a look at upcoming events in Burleson
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Council nominates appraisal district board members, approves replacing abandoned China King and more
Burleson City Council made central appraisal district board nominations, approved an agreement demolishing and replacing Wilshire’s abandoned China King and discussed updating impact fees at its meeting Monday at City Hall.
Council nominated Duaine Goulding, John Wood, Amy Lingo and Paul Jones to the Johnson County Central Appraisal District Board and Gary Losada to the Tarrant County Central Appraisal District Board.
Council also approved a performance agreement bringing Shipley Do-Nuts, Black Rock Coffee, Brident Dental and another business to 425 Southwest Wilshire Boulevard, where the abandoned China King Super Buffet sits.
Council also discussed the Capital Improvements Program Advisory Committee’s (CIPAC) impact fee-updates recommendations and updating the water/wastewater master plan and mobility plan.
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Elks v. Tigers. The Burleson Elks varsity football team (0-5) will face the Corsican Tigers (2-3) at 7 p.m. Friday at Burleson ISD Stadium.
Spartans @ Raiders. The Centennial Spartans varsity football team (5-0) will face the Denton Ryan Raiders (4-1) at 7 p.m. Friday at Billy Ryan High School in Denton.
The mosquitos are back. Burleson will spray for mosquitos from 9 p.m. Friday to 6 a.m. Saturday in zones 10 and 22 after discovering two West Nile-positive tests in the areas. These were Burleson’s seventh and eighth positive tests of the season, the firsts in the areas.
Networking and wine. The Burleson Area Chamber of Commerce will host its monthly “Network@Night” at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at Lost Oak Winery.
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