Sister Cities Consider Joint Project

Rogers, Bentonville To Look At Eagle Way, 46th Street Project

Posted: December 11, 2013 at 5 a.m.

A joint environmental study and design cost estimates for Bentonville and Rogers councils to determine the feasibility of extending Eagle Way to 46th Street was approved by Rogers aldermen Tuesday.

At A Glance

Council Action

Rogers’ City Council met Tuesday and approved:

A $29,832 contract with Jones Janitorial Services for the Rogers Activity Center.

A $159,700 contract with Garver LLC for improvements to Rogers Municipal Airport.

Establishing a depository board for Rogers, as required by state law.

An understanding with the Rogers Water Utilities to consolidate human resources departments. The city will pay 65 percent of the department costs and the utility will pay 35 percent.

Source: Staff Report

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