Aldermen Receive Raises

Posted: December 19, 2012 at 1:56 a.m.

The next City Council, to be sworn in Jan. 3, will be paid more than outgoing aldermen.

At A Glance

Also on Tuesday, the City Council:

-Recognized outgoing aldermen Brenda Boudreaux (Ward 1), Bobby Ferrell (Ward 3) and Sarah Lewis (Ward 4) for their combined 24 years of City Council service.

-Approved a $675,000 contract with Garver engineers for design of an entertainment district parking deck.

-Agreed to prohibit residential development on 40 acres in southwest Fayetteville where the C&L Landfill operated in the 1970s. The land is in an area off Cato Springs Road where a regional park is planned.

-Approved an agreement with the Beaver Water District, through which the city will spend $50,000 annually for the next five years in an effort to reduce nutrient loads in local waterways.

-Rezoned 111 acres of parkland, trail corridors and natural areas from a variety of zoning districts to an institutional designation.

-Appointed 22 people to nine volunteer boards and commissions.

Source: Staff Report

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