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Improved Infrastructure Aim Of Bonds

MAYOR ASKS FOR FLEXIBILITY IN PROJECT LIST FOR CITY

Posted: August 12, 2012 at 4:47 a.m.

Springdale Fire Station No. 2 on Dyer Street will be moved to Don Tyson Parkway near Thompson Street if voters approve a $9 million bond issue during a special election Tuesday.

The approval of Tuesday’s bond election would have a huge effect on the city, said Mayor Doug Sprouse.

At A Glance

Polling Places

The following are precincts and polling locations for the Springdale bond election. Some polling places are different from the ones voters use in general elections. Voters may be asked for photo identification at the polls. Voters unsure of their precinct can call the Washington County Clerk’s office at 444-1711. Polls will be open from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Precinct Polling Place

1 First United Methodist Church (206 W. Johnson Ave.)

2 John Powell Senior Center Facility (203 Park St.)

3 Springdale Rodeo Community Center (1423 E. Emma Ave.)

4 Cross Church (1709 Johnson Road)

5 Youth Center (Murphy Park)

6 Elmdale Baptist Church (West End Street and Huntsville Avenue)

7 Smith Elementary (40th Street & Falcon Road)

8 First Church of the Nazarene (40th Street and Chapman Avenue)

9 First United Methodist Church (206 W. Johnson Ave.)

10 Temple Baptist Church (2900 Cambridge St.)

11 Oak Grove Church (499 Oak Grove Road)

12 First Church of the Nazarene (40th Street and Chapman Avenue)

13 Springdale Rodeo Community Center (1423 E. Emma Ave.)

14 Smith Elementary School (40th Street and Falcon Road)

15 Springdale Rodeo Community Center (1423 E. Emma Ave.)

16 Youth Center (Murphy Park)

17 Turner St. Baptist Church (4305 Turner St.)

18 Elmdale Baptist Church (West End Street and Huntsville Avenue)

19 Temple Baptist Church (2900 Cambridge St.)

20 Oak Grove Church (499 Oak Grove Road)

21 Oak Grove Church (499 Oak Grove Road)

22 Oak Grove Church (499 Oak Grove Road)

23 Springdale Rodeo Community Center (1423 E. Emma Ave.)

24 Springdale Rodeo Community Center (1423 E. Emma Ave.)

25 Springdale Rodeo Community Center (1423 E. Emma Ave.)

26 Oak Grove Church (499 Oak Grove Road)

Source: Washington County Election Commission

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