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Burleson Star (Newspaper) - December 12, 1999, Burleson, Texas Burleson Star sunday. December 12.1999 Texas denture clinic or. . Stewart it. Worth 336-2121 custom dentures full set $595 1 Day service available 10% discount for senior citizens cast partial dentures $450 repair $40 Anc up relies $75 a. While you wait free consultations also providing insurance family dentistry pay hidden Creek Parkway is major contender Jim Sci Road funeral Loine j Mark worthy amp Larkin Moore owners of Price is a consideration when you re planning a funeral you Don t have to sacrifice Quality or professionalism for a fair Price direct cremation Complete $500.00 traditional funeral $2800.00 Church or Chapel service with protective casket convenient payment plans available a talk with an owner anytime 1001 Winston Road Benbrook. To 76126 min. West of Millen mall 817-249-1177 Huguley memorial medical Center lost and found grief recovery group getting through the holidays wed., december 15 6 . To 8 . A free grieving is a process that takes a person from loss to living again. However the Holiday season can make the grieving process More difficult and painful when you be lost someone you love. Lost and found a getting through the holidays is a free one session support group meeting that offers a Safe environment for people to Grieve and express their feelings. It also offers supportive insights and an Opportunity for group interaction. The session is open to anyone coping with grief during the holidays. For reservations or More information please Call 817 551-2555. Continued from Page i memorial Plaza to Hurst Road $526,000senior activity Center expansion $589,000and Street reconstruction $1 million. The next to projects in the Cip ranking total $14.35 million and include Wastewater line replacement $1 million convention civic Center $3.15 million relocation of fire station #1 $2.24 million water main replacement $1 million construction of hidden Creek Parkway from 1-35 to Oak Valley $1.3 million drainage on Johnson Avenue at Little Booger Creek $367,000purchase of land for future City Hall expansion $450,000construction of a segment of hidden Creek Parkway from Oak Valley to East Renfro $3.45 million Community Center expansion $1.1 million and the expansion of fire station #2 $149,080. The final nine projects total $23.97 million and include drainage on Tarrant Street at Little Booger Creek $202,000drainage Channel improvements $1 Millionth entire hidden Creek Parkway project from Hwy. 174 to East Renfro $11.3 Millio City participation Street projects $3 million Wastewater lines in developed areas $2.17 million construction of fire station #3 $739,380city participation Wastewater projects $1 Millio City participation water projects $1 million and the Greenbelt Trail system segments one seven $3.49 million. The $23.97 million on the final nine projects is a Little misleading because the $11.3 million earmarked for the entire hidden Creek Parkway Street construction project would be subtracted if the Roadway were constructed in segments. All three segments of hidden Creek Parkway ranked in the top 20. Hidden Creek Parkway is a major contender in the proposed Bond package with $11.3 million earmarked for construction of the Road from Hwy. 174 to East Renfro. Hidden Creek Parkway formerly Mcnair Road would be the City a Only Southern connection from Hwy. 174 to the interstate and would relieve congestion in the Oak Valley area East of Renfro Street the $11.3 million does not include the Cost involved in building an overpass Over 1-35. That Cost will be handled by the state. The Burleson Independent school District is planning to build a school Between Hurst Road and the East service Road of 1-35. That school could be accessed by hidden Creek if the Road is approved in the Bond package. The hidden Creek Street construction project was broken Down into three segments from Hwy. 174 to 1-35,1-35 to Oak Valley Oak Valley to East Renfro or the entire project from Hwy. 174 to East Renfro. The leg from Hwy. 174 to 1-35 received the highest priority. An additional $2 million is earmarked for the hidden Creek water system ranked number two on the list. The project would provide for future land development along the existing Hwy. 174 to the dead end at Chisenhall Park hidden Creek Parkway and future corridor. The $2 Mil Little Booger Creek Wastewater line would provide Relief to the overloaded Little Booger Creek sewer main. This project would include a 15-Inch Wastewater line from the intersection with Village Creek line approximately 1,000 feet West of 1-35�?to the Bartlett Park area on summer Crest Boulevard. Cip members gave a thumbs up to the relocation and expansion of the City a service Center which houses equipment services water Wastewater and Street departments facilities maintenance Park maintenance a fuel Island off site records storage and the animal shelter. The current Canter occupies less than four acres on main Street near the Railroad tracks. The City would like to Purchase Between 12 and 15 acres for a new service Center which would House All the current operations plus a solid waste Transfer facility and division currently on . Burleson blvd water also not breaking into the top to were the three fire department projects the relocation of fire station by ranked 13 out of 29 expansion of fire station b2 ranked 20th and the construction of fire station b3 ranked 26. Lion would fund a 12-Inch water line along hidden Creek Between Hwy. 174 and Hurst Road and a 20-Inch water line from hidden Creek Parkway to a proposed i million gallon elevated storage tank near the intersection with 1-35. The Village Creek Wastewater Relief line was ranked fourth on the Cip list. This includes a 21-Inch to 30-Inch Wastewater line from the fort Worth metering station on Burleson Retta Road Back to a Point approximately 1,000 feet West of 1-35, following the path of Village Creek. This would be a Relief line to the existing Village Creek Wastewater main which carries All the Wastewater flow from Burleson to fort Worth. If this line is not added either by Bond or other funds the current system would be a seriously inadequate if current growth continues by the year 2010. The Creek Relief line was ranked fifth. The and Wastewater Quality division and environmental health division both currently at City Halland a warehouse for citywide centralized purchasing. You done to pay attention to it until there a rain but drainage is a major problem in several areas of Burleson. Cip members ranked the intersection of summer Crest and Thomas As the top priority site seventh on the Overall ranking list. If you Supply the water they will come. That a what City staff is hoping As they propose an 1-35 water line from memorial Plaza to the proposed hidden Creek Parkway ranked eighth. This project includes a 20-Inch water line Between the two Sites. It would provide for future land development along 1-35. The senior citizens got their own Home via the 1993 Bond election and if things go Well they could get an even larger facility in the 2000bond. Cip members ranked expansion of the senior activity Center on Johnson Avenue As ninth on the list of 29. The building that once housed the Burleson Public Library was renovated into a senior Center but now the City wants to almost double the size. The expansion would include a Large general meeting room with two smaller multipurpose rooms restroom facilities and the Purchase of two adjacent lots for parking areas. Street reconstruction rounds out the top to proposed projects As ranked by Cip members. The $1 million plus earmarked for the project would allow for the reconstruction of streets that Are beyond preventive maintenance level conditions. The 21 streets suggested for this project include Eldred Tarrant South Ridge Linda Silver Ridge court brow Crest Jacobs crossing Francine court Newton drive Cindy Lane Todd court Todd Street Centre drive Barbara Lane Jay Ellen court Shady court Miller Street Scott Street Wilson Street Bufford Street and Clark Street. The linear Greenbelt Trail system and the convention civic Center both of which ranked High with citizens instrumental in developing the master Park plan As Well As the revision 20/20 report did not make the top to. However discussion within the Cip group included Hopes of funding the convention civic Center through sales tax funds. The Center earned eight a yes sen Tiala rankings while the Greenbelt Only garnered four a a essential votes. Also not breaking into the top to were the three fire department projects the relocation of fire station #1, which is currently at the intersection of Bransom and Eldred streets in old town to the intersection of Alsbury and summer Crest boulevards ranked 13 out of 29 expansion of fire station #2 at East Renfro and memorial Plaza ranked 20th and the construction of fire station #3 ranked 26 in the Vicinity of Hwy. 174 and Shaffstall Road. City officials have said the fire department projects Are essential to improving response times and providing essential coverage to the continually growing fire District. Huguley health system a seventh Day adventist operated Community health system Golf George Moore enterprises 119 . Wilshire next door to Bennett a office Supply 1. Used set of clubs 2. New set of clubs 3. Used balls $2.50 up per Doz. 4. Used Irons amp Drivers 5. Used bags 6. Used putters 7. 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