The work of two local artists will be printed onto temporary fencing surrounding the construction area of the Cultural Arts Corridor in Fayetteville.
City Council members this week were shown some new concept images of parts of the corridor.
City Attorney Kit Williams this week briefed the City Council on the state of the negotiations for a new parking deck near Dickson Street.
A decision on where the City Council would like to build a new parking deck is now in place after weeks of public debate.
Image boards with information about the project will be on display and city staff will be available to discuss various aspects of the project.
It will be at least another two weeks before City Council members decide where people will park once the Walton Arts Center parking lot is gone.
A discussion on where to build a replacement parking deck went past midnight during the final City Council meeting of the year that began at 5:30 p.m.
A discussion about where to build a new parking deck to replace the Walton Arts Center parking lot will happen a little earlier than expected.
Conversion of the parking lot on West Avenue (aka the WAC lot), which would first include construction of a new parking deck, will come in a later phase.
Residents can view the latest designs for the first phase of the Cultural Arts Corridor construction project.
City officials are close to deciding on where to build a new parking deck to replace what’s known as the Walton Arts Center parking lot.
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.
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.
The latest conceptual design draft is ready for public input.
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.