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Burns City Council welcomes new mayor, councilors

  A new mayor and three new councilors were sworn in at the first Burns City Council meeting of the new year, held Wednesday, Jan. 11. Municipal Judge/City Clerk Dawn Crafts first administered the oath of office to the newly-elected mayor Jerry Woodfin, and then to councilors Liz Appelman and Lynda Fine, who were elected…

LaFollette congratulates new mayor, councilors

At the start of the Burns City Council  meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 16, Mayor Craig LaFollette congratulated those elected to council positions in the Nov. 8 election. Lynda Fine and Donna Liz Appelman were elected by write-in votes to Positions 1 and 2, respectively, Terri Presley was re-elected to Position No. 3, and Jerry Woodfin,…

Upcoming vacancies on Burns Council announced

Water and sewer rates set Four positions on the Burns City Council will be on the ballot this November. At the regularly scheduled meeting of the council on Wednesday, June 22, it was announced that the positions up for election this year are Position No. 1, currently held by Dan Hoke, Position No. 2, currently…

Council approves lease for airport business

Residents discuss burning debris After several months of sorting through possible legal issues, the Burns City Council voted to approve the ground lease at the Burns Municipal Airport for Isaac Pierce of Williams Aircraft Painting and Auto Body. Pierce has been in the process of purchasing the business from Darrell Williams, but because it is…

Burns asking residents to clean-up

Cities, county work on earthquake emergency plans It’s time once again for residents to clean up around their homes. At the Burns City Council meeting on Wednesday, March 23, City Manager (CM) Dauna Wensenk said city employees will be going around town and identifying properties that need to be cleaned up. They’ll be looking for…

Burns resident requests that more community events be held

Mayor takes part in refuge planning   Without many items on the agenda, the regular meeting of the Burns City Council on Wednesday, Feb. 24, was fairly brief. Amanda Pruitt was in attendance and told the council she’d like to see more community events taking place. She mentioned that there used to be a hot…

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