Council considering opting out of settlements, latest on Burleson basketball
Burleson City Council will meet Monday to consider opting Burleson out of lawsuit settlements, the Elks won the Keene Tournament Saturday, the Lady Spartans beat the Lady Elks, and more
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Monday at City Hall, the Burleson City Council will convene in executive session, then vote whether to approve deputy city attorney Matt Ribitzki’s recommendation to authorize the city attorney to opt the city out of two contaminated drinking-water lawsuit settlements Monday.
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The Burleson Elks varsity boys basketball team beat Denison, YMLA and NCTA to win the Keene Tournament last weekend.
Burleson senior guard Tamaje Izuagbe won Keene Tournament Most Valuable Player as Burleson beat the Denison Yellow Jackets and the Young Men’s Leadership Academy November 17 and the North Central Texas Academy Pioneers Saturday in Keene to win the Keene Tournament.
The Centennial Spartans varsity girls basketball team beat the Burleson Elks 49-38 Tuesday at Centennial High School in each team’s first district game of the 2023-24 season.
The Centennial Spartans varsity boys basketball team lost five games since Friday.
Centennial (0-7) is still in search of its first win of the 2023-24 season after losing to the San Angelo Central Bobcats November 17, the Boswell Pioneers and the Ranchview Wolves Monday and the Braswell Bengals and the Martin Warriors Tuesday.
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Council to consider opting Burleson out of lawsuit settlement. Monday at City Hall, the Burleson City Council will convene in executive session, then vote whether to approve deputy city attorney Matt Ribitzki’s recommendation to authorize the city attorney to opt the city out of two contaminated drinking-water lawsuit settlements Monday.
Old Town Design Standards Review Committee electing chairs. The Burleson Old Town Standards Review Committee will meet Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall to elect its chair and vice chair.
Chamber of Commerce hosting “Business over Breakfast.” The Burleson Area Chamber of Commerce will host its monthly member-only “Business over Breakfast” networking event Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. at the Burleson Recreation Center (the BRiCk).
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Lady Spartans playing in Granbury Tournament. The Centennial Spartans varsity girls basketball team is scheduled to play the Ennis Lady Lions (5-4) in a non-district game Monday at 6:30 p.m. at Centennial High School and the Tascosa Lady Rebels (4-3) December 1 at 8:30 a.m. and two more opponents December 2 at Granbury High School in the Granbury Tournament.
Spartans playing in South San Antonio Tournament. The Centennial Spartans varsity boys basketball team is scheduled to play the Trinity Leadership Tigers (2-3) Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at Centennial High School before playing against the Johnson Jaguars (1-5) Thursday at 5 p.m. and two other opponents December 1 and December 2 in the South San Antonio Tournament.
Lady Elks host Midlothian Heritage. The Burleson Elks varsity girls basketball team is scheduled to play against the second-place Midlothian Heritage Lady Jaguars (8-2 overall, 1-0 in district) Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at Burleson High School.
Elks to play Corsicana and Polytechnic. The Burleson Elks varsity boys basketball team is scheduled to play the Corsicana Tigers (1-2) Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Burleson High School and the Polytechnic Parrots (0-1) Thursday at noon in a tournament game.
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