The Burleson Buzz - July 7, 2023
New format. Johnson elected secretary-treasurer for NCTCOG executive board, city budgeting process in full swing and more going on in Burleson
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Johnson elected secretary-treasurer for NCTCOG executive board
Councilmember Victoria Johnson was elected secretary-treasurer for North Central Texas Council of Governments executive board at NCTCOG’s annual meeting June 30 at the Hurst Conference Center.
Johnson said she’s very excited about the attention being in this position will bring to Burleson.
City departments present budget requests to council
City departments began presenting fiscal year 2024 budget requests to council at a City Council special session Thursday at City Hall.
The fire, police, parks and recreation, public works and human resources departments all presented budget requests at the meeting.
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Don’t forget bug spray. The City of Burleson will spray for mosquitos from 9 p.m. Friday to 6 a.m. Saturday and from 9 p.m. Saturday to 6 a.m. Sunday in Zone 1 after a fourth West Nile virus-positive test was discovered Wednesday.
Seeking council? City Council will meet at 4 p.m. Monday at City Hall to discuss a lot of stuff, including the Burleson Opportunity Fund, fiscal year 2024 budget and the Hidden Creek Golf Course.
Before the meeting, the Burleson Economic Development Corporation will meet at 3:30 p.m. to hear a service agreement presentation that the council will discuss at its meeting.