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Mr. Ken Shetter

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Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Burleson High School
  • bachelor of science degree , education
    Baylor University
  • master of arts degree , applied sociology
    The American University
  • juris doctorate degree
    Baylor Law School
  • Burleson
196 Total References
Web References
Staff - Safe City Commission
www.safecitycommission.org, 5 Aug 2012 [cached]
Ken Shetter
Executive Director
Ken Shetter began his tenure as the first Executive Director of the Safe City Commission on May 9, 2005. Under his leadership, the Commission has assumed the coordination of the C.O.R.E. program, revitalized Tarrant County's Crime Stoppers program, expanded the highly successful Imagine No Violence initiative and developed Bright Futures, an innovative gang prevention program.
Mr. Shetter earned a Bachelor of Science in Education from Baylor University in 1994 and a Master of Arts in Applied Sociology from The American University in Washington, D.C. in 1995. While attending The American University, Mr. Shetter was a Dean's Scholar and a Sociology Department Fellow. In May, 1998, he earned a degree of Juris Doctor from Baylor Law School where he was a member of the Mock Trial Team and recipient of the 1998 Scott, Douglass, Luton & McConnico Evidence Award.
In addition to his Safe City Commission duties, Mr. Shetter is the Mayor of Burleson, Texas and serves on the executive board of the North Central Texas Council of Governments, and as Chairman of the Tarrant Regional Transportation Coalition.
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www.generalcontractor.com, 31 Oct 2013 [cached]
The ceremony included speeches by Burleson Mayor Ken Shetter and representatives from Chicken E Food Service, the Burleson Economic Development Corporation, Bob Moore Construction and Alliance Architects.
City of Burleson
www.burlesontx.com, 26 Aug 2010 [cached]
Mayor Kenneth Shetter mayor@burlesontx.com
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Mayor Kenneth Shetter mayor@burlesontx.com
Ken Shetter was elected mayor in June of 2004, during his second term on Burleson's City Council. His priorities for Burleson include responsible management of the city's explosive growth, maintaining the highest standards in public safety, improving the transportation infrastructure, developing a sound economic development plan, maintaining fiscal discipline and the continued revitalization of Old Town.
He is currently active with the Strengthening Families Initiative, which is based on improving economic success, health and wellness, a safe and vibrant community, and child and youth development in the city. Shetter was recently appointed to the National League of Cities Council on Youth, Education and Families, which is composed of elected officials and youth members and representatives from major national organizations and corporations concerned about children and families.
The mayor was instrumental in the development of the Burleson Opportunity Fund which he and others hope will provide universal access to higher education for Burleson students. He currently serves as chairman of the board of directors for the Burleson Opportunity Fund.
Shetter is active in regional public policy planning and advocacy. He is a former member of the executive board of the North Central Texas Council of Governments and currently serves as chairman of the Tarrant Regional Transportation Coalition.
Mayor Shetter was born and raised in the Burleson, Texas, area, and is a 1990 graduate of Burleson High School. He earned a bachelor of science degree in education from Baylor University in 1994, followed by a master of arts degree in applied sociology from The American University in Washington, D.C., in 1995. While attending The American University, Shetter was a Dean's Scholar and a sociology department fellow. In May 1998, he graduated from Baylor Law School with a juris doctorate degree. As a third-year law student, he was a member of Baylor's prestigious Mock Trial Team and recipient of the 1998 Scott, Douglass, Luton & McConnico Evidence Award. Following graduation, the mayor practiced law for seven years, concentrating in the areas of civil litigation and real estate transactions.
In addition to being mayor of Burleson, Shetter currently serves as the executive director of Safe City Commission, Inc., a non-profit corporation which develops and supports effective crime prevention and crime reduction programs and provides a framework for collaboration among Tarrant County's public safety and crime prevention network.
City of Burleson
www.burlesontx.com [cached]
Burleson Mayor Ken Shetter had to pause several times as he talked about the military service of his father, an uncle, and his grandfather. The audience was a crowd of more than 200 people, veterans and their families, at what will become an annual event . . . a ceremony to honor United States military veterans at Renfro Square.
The mayor told the crowd that when he was 15 years old he sat with his grandfather and recorded his grandfather's memories of World War II.
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Burleson Mayor Ken Shetter announces the launching of the Burleson Veterans History Project at the Burleson Veterans Ceremony on Saturday, Nov. 10, at Renfro Square.
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Burleson Mayor Ken Shetter announced the launching of the Burleson Veterans History Project on Saturday, Nov. 10, at the Burleson Veterans Ceremony at Renfro Square.
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Bianca Chafin, Mayor Ken Shetter, and
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Thursday night, Burleson Mayor Ken Shetter proclaimed this coming Thursday as Texas Recycles Day in Burleson.
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The event will include speeches by Mayor Ken Shetter and Congressman Edwards.
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The role that the municipal court plays in the safety of the community was recognized Thursday night when Burleson Mayor Ken Shetter proclaimed Nov. 5-9 as Municipal Court Week.
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Mayor Ken Shetter needs adults who are plugged into the teen scene because nominations for the youth council must originate with an adult who lives or works inside the city limits.
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Burleson Mayor Ken Shetter, Burleson City Manager Curtis Hawk and Bart Bingham, assistant to the city manager, attended the meeting.
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The event will include speeches by Mayor Ken Shetter and Congressman Edwards.
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Mayor Ken Shetter, Ann Cunic from Keep Texas Beautiful, and Hollowell will kick off the event.
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Ken Shetter congratulates Owen Romero
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Mayor Ken Shetter congratulates Owen Romero, who is holding Flat Stanley, after Romero was named an honorary deputy ambassador for the City of Burleson.
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Ginger Allen and Mayor Ken Shetter.
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Burleson Mayor Ken Shetter proclaimed the month of October as Disability Awareness Month.
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Burleson Mayor Ken Shetter; Richard Crummel, BISD executive director of learning supports and public relations; and Kelleye Cunningham, management assistant for the City, are slated to attend.
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Burleson Mayor Ken Shetter has been elected chairman of the Tarrant Regional Transportation Coalition (TRTC). Mayor Ken Shetter His two-year term begins in October.
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"I want to congratulate Mayor Shetter on being elected chairman of the Tarrant Regional Transportation Coalition.
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Mayor Shetter is serving his third two-year term on the Burleson City Council. He was elected mayor in June 2004, during his second term on the City's governing body. He is active in several regional public policy planning organizations and is a member of the executive board of the North Central Texas Council of Governments.
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Mayor Ken Shetter and Neighborhood Services Director Sheri Campbell-Husband honored Hollowell at the Aug. 9 meeting.
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Gillaspie will step up and serve as the City's mayor when Mayor Ken Shetter is not available.
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