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October 28, 2016
Hayes & Stolz groundbreaking
Hayes & Stolz along with state and city officials broke ground on their $10 million dollar, 144,000-square-feet building at Highpoint Business Park Thur. Oct. 27.
Burleson is excited to welcome this fantastic corporate partner to our city. H ayes & Stolz has achieved worldwide recognition as a leader in the manufacture of quality, reliable, high performance mixing and material handling equipment and will be relocating to Burleson from Fort Worth, where they have been since 1945.
The new development will include corporate offices as well as warehouse space and will be home to 100 employees.
Fun Events in Old Town 
  • Art Walk
    5 - 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 28
    The Plaza development that is slated Artists will be set up along sidewalks in Old Town and everyone is encouraged to take a view at a variety of local art. Burleson High School AP Studio Art will be among the artists and will be offering face painting as a fundraiser. More Information.
  • Boo Bash
    6 - 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29
    Children 12 and younger are invited to join us for two hours of free trick-or-treating. More information.
  • Shop for a Cause
    5 - 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 3
    Participating Old Town boutiques and shops will donate 10% of all sales to this month's local charity, Harvest House. More Information.
Trick-or-Treat Tips
The Burleson Police and Fire Department would like to remind everyone to stay safe this Halloween weekend.
New mobile print service at Burleson Public Library
Patrons of the Burleson Public Library can now send print documents from anywhere and pick them up at the library.
The mobile print service allows the public to print remotely from smartphones, tablets and computers then pick up their printouts at the library using the same options as those used by the library's computers.
Patrons can choose to print with one of the following three methods:
*   Emailing documents to bpl-burlesonlibrary-bw@printspots.com (for black & white) or bpl-burlesonlibrary-color@printspots.com (for color)
*   Using the PrinterOn app for iOS, Android and other devices

To pick up their documents, guests simply go to the library's print release terminal near the public computers and enter the email address they used to submit their jobs. Black and white prints cost 10 cents per page, and color prints cost 25 cents per page.
Mobile print jobs can be submitted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and will be available for 48 hours after they are sent. Prints can be picked up during regular library hours, which are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Wednesday, and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Thursday through Saturday. The Burleson Public Library is located at 248 S.W. Johnson Ave. For more information, stop by the Burleson Public Library or call 817-426-9210.
Parking lot construction at Warren Park & Senior Center
The parking lot construction at both Warren Park and at the Burleson Senior Activity Center hit some snags this week and the opening will be delayed for both parking lots until Friday, Nov. 4.

Santa's Breakfast tickets on sale Nov. 1
The holiday season is fast approaching and you will want to make sure to get your tickets for Santa's Breakfast soon.

Pre-event tickets are $4 for children and $5 for adults. Tickets can be purchased starting Nov. 1 at the Burleson Recreation Center, 550 NW Summercrest Blvd.
Kitty-palooza at Burleson Animal Shelter
There are so many kittens at the shelter right now! If you would like to give a sweet kitten a home their adoption fee is only $85 right now. Included in the adoption fee is spay/neuter, microchip, all of their shots and heartworm test.

Remember: If your pet has gone missing you may submit an online form, email the animal shelter or call 817-426-9283 to make a report. It is very important to send an email to the shelter with a picture of the lost or found animal so the employees know exactly what to look for.
Upcoming Events
There are so many fun upcoming events in Burleson. Make sure to mark you calendar for the below dates, view the entire city calendar.
October 28
Art Walk in Old Town
5 - 8 p.m., Old Town
Enjoy the work of local artists on display.

October 29
Boo Bash
6 - 8 p.m., Old Town Children
12 and under are invited to join us for two hours of free trick-or-treating, activities and shows, for more information.

October 29 - November 19 (every Saturday)
Be Healthy Burleson Free Community Workouts
Registration at 7:15 a.m. Workouts at 7:30 a.m., City Hall, 141 W Renfro St
Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable workout clothes and bring your own yoga mat. This program is part of the City's initiative to promote a safe, well and healthy community, for more information.

November 5
Military Veteran Tribute
2 - 3 p.m., Veterans Memorial Plaza, 298 E Renfro St
Join us to salute our veterans.

November 12
Household Hazardous Waste/Electronic Recycling/Paper Shredding
9 - 11 a.m., City Service Center, 725 S.E. John Jones Road
Open to Burleson residents only! Proof of residency is required, must provide either city water or solid waste bill. Bring your household hazardous waste, old electronics and the paper you haven't shredded yet.

City of Burleson
817-426-9622 | dphillips@burlesontx.com | http://www.burlesontx.com
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