City officials next week will host a public meeting to show designs and seek input on the next phase of improvements planned for the 71B Corridor.
Fayetteville voters are one step closer to seeing some of the infrastructure improvements associated with the April 9 bond election.
Fayetteville residents voted overwhelmingly in favor of 10 ballot issues that will continue the city’s 1-cent sales tax in the special election held Tuesday.
Voters in Fayetteville today will decide whether to continue the city’s 1-cent sales tax.
Voters may cast early ballots on April 2, 3, 4, 5 and 8 at the Washington County Courthouse on weekdays from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
As Fayetteville prepares for an upcoming bond referendum, some readers have asked what the city’s current sales tax rate is, and how it compares to other cities across the region and state.
The last voter-approved bond referendum was in 2006, and just like 12 years ago, if approved, the money would be used to pay for a list of proposed capital projects.
Calling a special election for a bond renewal, joining litigation against opioid manufacturers, a site analysis for a new downtown parking deck, updated recycling and trash collection rates, and more.
Fayetteville voters will likely head to the polls on April 9 for a special election that would renew the city’s 1-cent sales tax that voters approved in 2006.
A two-hour discussion on Tuesday about the city’s upcoming bond referendum was dominated by concerns over parking in Fayetteville’s entertainment district.
Calling a special election for a bond renewal, two rezonings, two cost share agreements, and more.