The sheets of ice that covered the area on Jan. 26, 2009 left over 100,000 people without electricity, and caused nearly $80 million in damages across Northwest Arkansas.
Thanks to a grant from the Arkansas Forestry Commission, about 230 of the more than 3000 trees lost in January’s ice storm will be replaced.
The resolution passed 5-1. Alderman Brenda Thiel of Ward 1 was the only “no” vote.
If you haven’t been out to the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks yet, here’s your chance.
A map on the City’s website can tell you if your street is getting cleaned soon.
City approves contract for debris removal. Now, let’s get this mess outta here.
Ice Storm 2009 got you down? Here’s a list of fun things to do in Fayetteville when you have no power.
Now that the ice is nearly melted in Fayetteville, we’re all left to deal with massive amounts of limbs and trees on our lawns, driveways, houses and cars. The City has announced a couple of options for getting rid of all the debris such as cutting the limbs into 4-foot pieces and placing them by
Jordan says no one in Fayetteville should have to suffer excessively from the effects of Ice Storm 2009.
Wanna take a hot shower? Fayetteville Athletic Club can help.
Warm up at the WAC. Walton Arts Center offers two free showings of Stellaluna tomorrow, Friday Jan 30th at 11am and 3pm.
Fayetteville has our work cut out for us cleaning up our city after the icestorm ’09. Here are some people who may be able to help.
Just a sample of the craziness that is happening in Fayetteville right now.
Keep up with what’s going on with Ice Storm 2009, and stay safe.
Anybody else without power?