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City of Leonard residences. Upon receiving concerns from the community, I contacted the President of Daybreak Venture, LLC.
Upon speaking with Mr. Wallace, I asked if he could elaborate on the details of what has happened and what he believes will happen with the facility. Mr. Wallace advised the decision to move the Leonard Manor residents was due to the grease trap repair and having to replace some pipes inside the facility. Thus, not having a functional kitchen.
Daybreak made the decision to transfer their Leonard Manor residents to their sister facility, Seven Oaks, in Bonham. In an effort to retain the Leonard Manor staff, he allowed the staff to work in the Seven Oaks facility. The remaining Leonard Manor staff made significant repairs to the Leonard Manor so as to make the facility attractive to the returning residents.
Unfortunately, the Covid-19 pandemic occurred during the grease trap repair. Mr. Wallace advised the risk of infecting the residents and staff during their return to Leonard Manor was too great of a risk and his primary concern was to keep the residents and staff safe.
Mr. Wallace advised he had never intended upon creating a Covid-19 only facility in the Leonard Manor, however, should circumstances dictate otherwise, he recognized the value of utilizing Leonard Manor for such use. At this time, Mr. Wallace is anticipating the return of the Leonard Manor residents as soon as the Covid-19 pandemic risks are minimized, again, focusing on the safety of the residents and staff. Mr. Wallace stated there are no certain time-lines for the minimization of the pandemic, therefore, no hard time-lines can be established for the return of the residents and staff.
Mr. Wallace assured the Leonard Manor resident’s families are and have always had the ability to remove their family members at any time they choose.
It is my belief; Mr. Wallace is taking every possible precaution to minimize risks and provide the best possible care for all Daybreak residents and staff.
Attention Leonard Residents:
Beginning Friday, May 1, the Leonard City Hall will re-open at 8:00 A.M. for regular business hours. The Leonard Library will also reopen for normal business hours.
Only 8 persons may occupy the front lobby at any one time.
We appreciate your continued patience, and look forward to serving you as we move forward.
Starting Friday, May 1, the library will be open from 10am - 12 pm on Tuesdays and Fridays. Additional hours are expected to increase May 18. We will limit capacity to 7 patrons at any one time. All patrons will need to wear a mask inside the library. Thank you for your patience and cooperation.
Click the link below to read the COVID-19 elections procedures from Keith Ingram, Director of the Elections Division for the Office of the Secretary of State
Click the link below to view the notice of postponement for the May 2nd City of Leonard General Election.
Dear Leonard residents, Mosquito spraying has begun and will continue through September 30. Spraying begins each Monday at dusk, however, inclement weather can cause variations in spray dates. Spraying is done on a weekly pattern so as to interrupt the mosquito breeding patterns.
The spray routes vary according to wind direction and wind speed.
The product used is 100% safe to all mammals.
The mosquito spray is called Essentria IC. Thank you.
Dear Citizens of Leonard,
Please take a moment to reflect on the Proclamation enacted last night (03312020-1). The proclamation reflects Governor Abbott’s proclamation and those of the surrounding counties. The purpose of the proclamation is to allow the City of Leonard to enforce social distancing and control disorder, should it become an issue for our town. We have no desire to impose hardship on any person or displace any business, but it is imperative that we as a community, do what is best for the good of all.
Essential Travel Letters: We recommend any business, deemed to be an “essential business” as defined by state and federal agencies, prepare travel letters for all necessary employees containing the following information: Company letterhead, Company address, identification or description of the nature of the Company’s business as an “essential business” as well as the Employee’s role in the Company’s business. It may also be beneficial to include the name of Employee, Employee essential job function, current Employee photo, Employee identifiers (Sex/Race/DOB/DL), Employee current home address, Employee's supervisor name and Employee supervisor 24 hour contact phone number.
If anyone has any questions, concerns or recommendations, please email me at TMcCalpin@CityofLeonard.net.
Thank you and be safe!
Effective immediately, the City of Leonard will no longer be issuing burn permits. Residents are required to follow TCEQ Outdoor Burn Rules RG-049.
The City of Leonard strives to provide transparency to its citizens.
We encourage you to browse this web site for financial reports, agendas and minutes of meetings as well as city services and other important information.
The City of Leonard Code of Ordinances are also now available.
To access them, click the City Government tab, select Code of Ordinances from the drop-down menu.
for more information click the link below
City of Leonard | 111 W Collin St | Leonard, TX 75452
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Closed: 12:00 PM-1:00 PM
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