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Christopher Burch

Mayor

Ladonia Texas

HQ Phone:  (903) 367-7011

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Ladonia Texas

P.O. Box 5

Ladonia, Texas, 75449

United States

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http://www.kxii.com/home/headlines/Ex-Fannin-Co-deputy-and-city-councilman-pleads-guilty-in-federal-court-262450411.html

"We look to have a council meeting Friday, to officially accept his resignation as a body of the council, and they we are going to look to nominate someone else, whoever the council chooses, and see if they'll take the seat and take the vote on it," said Ladonia mayor Christopher Burch.


http://www.cityofladonia.com/contact.html

Mayor: Chris Burch
E-Mail: mayor@cityofladonia.com


http://www.kxii.com/home/headlines/City-of-Ladonia-puts-new-emergency-plan-to-use-during-winter-weather-294122421.html

The current mayor at that time had put nothing in place to run an emergency like that," said Ladonia Mayor Chris Burch.
He and fire chief Kyle Stark remember the chaos of last year's ice storms, "We had probably 20 something calls," said Stark. Pleas for help from residents who had no way to stay warm when the city lost power and water, "Some of the houses got down in the low 40's and they were very cold," said Mayor Burch. With help from the Volunteer Fire Department delivering food, blankets, and water, the town of just over 600 residents weathered the storm. And once Burch took over as mayor, he made emergency preparedness a top priority. The fire station now serves as a "warming station" in weather emergencies, and to prepare for this round of Winter weather, the City stocked up on supplies like food, water, and blankets, "The necessities that we need to have to keep people comfortable, and we also picked up another generator just incase the power went out and we could easily turn the generator on and heat the warming station," said Mayor Burch. And this round of Winter weather put it to the test again, "It went perfect, there were no issues that came up, there were no problems," said Mayor Burch. He says every time they use the new plan, they know how to better tailor it to fit Ladonia.


http://www.kxii.com/home/headlines/Ladonia-residents-evacuated-from-their-homes-due-to-natural-gas-leak--287076541.html

"Anything, a small little spark, could set it off and then you have a major problem," said Ladonia Mayor Christopher Burch.
He says 30 - 50 Ladonia residents had to evacuate their homes Monday, due to a natural gas leak on Main street. It all started with a car accident around 4 p. m., "Somebody was driving a little too fast and they took out an Atmos meter right behind us, once they hit that there was no way for Atmos to shut it off, so we had gas coming out at a pretty rapid rate." Emergency officials made the decision to evacuate the east side of town. Some residents stayed with family, others were housed at the fire station, "Where they can get warm and get food and get drinks, and kind of keep them occupied until they can get back to their residences," said Burch. Ladonia's volunteer fire department blocked off the area, and by 7:30 p.m., the Atmos crew was able to cap the leak and secure the area. Burch says this was a perfect opportunity to fine tune the City's emergency management plan. "This is a good little drill for the City to see where we're at and what we need to work on for our emergency management plan, and kind of gives us an idea of what areas need more attention than others," said Burch. And as for the driver who started it all, "He was OK. They actually walked away from it, he was just fine. There may be a bruise or two but other than that, no injuries to them," said Burch.


http://www.spartnerships.com/newsletter/2014/tgi-7-4-14/texas-government-insider-7-4-14.htm

Three other new board members - Kate Whitfield of the Sherman Independent School District, Teresa Adams, a council member in Denison, and Chris Burch, the mayor of Ladonia, were unable to attend the meeting.


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