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My Perspective – Community Commitment PDF Print E-mail
Written by Michael Walker   
Sunday, 29 March 2015 00:00

This election season seems to be a contest in which candidates find new ways to say how much they “love Flower Mound”. I should hope so. Why would someone ask to serve a community that they did not love and cherish?

 
Politics of personal destruction PDF Print E-mail
Written by Bob Weir   
Friday, 27 March 2015 19:52

I don’t do a lot of social media, but recently, I clicked on Facebook and noticed that Flower Mound Mayor Tom Hayden was the target of some poison-laced criticism from a few residents.

 
Former mayor running for Bartonville council PDF Print E-mail
Written by Bob Weir   
Thursday, 19 March 2015 08:44

He had just come back from a weekend at his 1,800-acre ranch in Comanche County where he raises Angus cattle, bison and chickens. When he walked through the doorway of my home he had to lower his head a bit to keep from bumping into the top of the frame. At 6’8” with shoulders like a fullback, Ron Robertson looks like the classic Hollywood depiction of the rugged Texas cattleman.

 
News from Town Hall – March 2015 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mayor Mike Donnelly   
Tuesday, 17 March 2015 14:02

Former Double Oak Mayor William “Bill” Wilkinson
December 5, 1938 – February 2, 2015


Our town lost a dear friend and respected leader with the passing of former mayor Bill Wilkinson on February 2, 2015. Our nation lost a true patriot, an Air Force veteran who spent much of his active military service in Germany and his civilian career working for Rockwell Collins (formally Collins Radio) as a manager on the Tacomo project, the first nuclear survivable communications links from planes to submerged submarines.

 
Bartonville Town Update – March 2015 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Jaclyn Carrington   
Friday, 13 March 2015 17:30

Well, we finally did it!! Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) executed the $75,000 grant to have the underground storage tanks (UST) removed from the old Bartonville store.  Former councilmember, Gary Marco, suggested the town apply for a grant to remove the tanks and the town administration was able to make it happen. Unfortunately, there were not enough funds to remove the contaminated soil. The town is currently faced with paying about $40,000-$50,000 to remove and replace the remaining contaminated soil. 

 
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