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Bartonville Town Update – February 2015

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bartonville_bill scherer_newHappy New Year. We had a great 2014 – With our improved communications, revitalized website, town email updates and quarterly updates via U.S. Mail, our outstanding team in Stacey and Tammy was recognized by receiving the Texas Municipal League’s 2014 Excellence in Communication Award.

We also adopted a sustainable balanced budget that positions us with realistic resources to revitalize our infrastructure without incurring debt. Kudos to our citizens; we had the highest voter turnout in the metroplex in November at 52%.

In 2015, we are looking forward to accelerating our street revitalization program. Our rural country vistas are a bragging point, and we want to improve our roads to make travelling our countryside as peaceful as the view.  A goal for 2015 is “community.”  We are looking forward to bringing back many town and community events.  Lastly, we plan to continue the solid town communications and sharing of information which will bring our community closer together.

There is much to be proud of in Bartonville, a great community that continues to maintain its rural heritage and lifestyle in these changing times.

Meet the New Chief

The Town of Bartonville invites all residents to welcome new Police Chief Corry Blount during a meet-and-greet reception from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. on February 17, at the Town Hall, 1941 E. Jeter Road.

May 9, 2015, General Election

The Town of Bartonville will hold a General Election on Saturday, May 9, for the purpose of electing three Councilmembers Places 1, 3, and 5.  These positions are currently filled by: Place 1 – Jeff Traylor; Place 3 – Clay Sams; and Place 5 – Jim Langford

Councilmembers are elected “at-large”, each representing the entire community, and serve two-year terms.

Qualifications for Office: Residence – 1 year in state prior to filing deadline; 6 months in the city prior to filing deadline (Texas Elec. Code, Section 141.001(a); Age-18; Must be a registered voter at the time of the election (not required at time of filing).

Qualified residents interested in filing for a place on the ballot may pick up a candidate packet from Town Hall located at 1941 E. Jeter Road. For more information, contact Tammy Dixon, Town Secretary, at 817-693-5280 or tdixon@townofbartonville.com

Applications may be filed Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. until February 27 at Town Hall, 1941 E. Jeter Road, Bartonville, Texas 76226.

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