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Council Approves Light Display, Observation Area

Amenities Will Add To Quality Of Springdale Life

Posted: April 24, 2013 at 5 a.m.

City residents will have more amenities after the City Council approved measures Tuesday to add recreational and seasonal activities.

At A Glance

Council Action

Springdale City Council met Tuesday and approved:

-Spending $390,000 from the 2012 budget for ambulances approved that year, but delivered this year

-Spending about $18,000 from the district court technology fund for security and computers

-Spending $7,231 to put up a fence around the Babe Ruth fields at Tyson Park

-Rezoning 1.7 acres at 3749 S. Powell St. owned by Springdale Church of God from agricultural to institutional for a church day care center

-Rezoning 9.4 acres at end of 45th Street north of Everett Chevrolet owned by PMD Enterprises from thoroughfare commercial to large product retail sales for a car lot

-Rezoning 30 acres on the east side of 56th Street running to Interstate 540, south of Dearing Road owned by Janet B. Huntsman Trust from agricultural to thoroughfare commercial for commercial development

-Rezoning 0.3 acres at 3973 Elm Springs Road owned by Gene and Debbie Kordsmeier from general commercial to thoroughfare commercial to add a drive-in window to a business

-Rezoning 0.1 acres at 108 Graham St. owned by Daniel and Dasha Faires from general commercial to downtown district for an event venue.

Source: Staff Report

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