After gaining council approval Tuesday night, Fayetteville will be highlighted on “Today in America” with host Terry Bradshaw of NFL fame.
The City Council voted 6-1 to allow park signs to recognize donors at Tuesday night’s meeting.
Would these potential donor signs in Fayetteville parks be intrusive? Where should the line be drawn?
Fayetteville sales tax was up .09 percent compared to budget for the month of April.
An ordinance that would allow donor signs in Fayetteville parks was discussed at Tuesday night’s City Council meeting.
The proposal to require business licenses in Fayetteville was held on the second reading at Tuesday night’s meeting.
The new permits will give the city a way to track economic development and provide statistics for job growth, said Karen Minkel, the project manager for the proposal.
For city-owned parking areas around Dickson Street, the rates will be $.50 an hour during the day and $1 an hour at night.
The July 2 furlough day for city staff has been cancelled in light of sales tax income from March, the mayor said at Tuesday night’s agenda session.
After going to a fair share of public meetings, it’s pretty easy to see a few clear cut themes, not least among them is to make sure the Walton Arts Center swoons over the new paid parking program.
At Tuesday night’s meeting, the City Council heard an ordinance that would rein in nonconsensual towing in the Entertainment District.
Five items are proposed to change the current system. Here’s the breakdown.
For a crowd of about 10 at Ridgeview Baptist Church last night, the mayor had another town hall meeting. Here’s the tick-tock of what was discussed.
The city of Fayetteville will take a furlough day on July 2 to help address budget shortfalls, Finance Director Paul Becker announced at last night’s agenda session.
A new city code that allows innovative approaches to stormwater runoff passed the City Council unanimously Tuesday night.