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Springdale Council Approves Interchange Lawsuit Settlement

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

City officials have one less condemnation lawsuit connected to the Don Tyson Parkway interchange after the City Council approved a settlement Tuesday.

At A Glance

Council Action

Springdale’s City Council met Tuesday and approved:

Waiving requirements to build sidewalks for a development at Northwest Technical Institute

Purchasing 25 LED fixtures for $31,964 to complete conversion of lighting system at Murphy Park

Endorsing South Coast Baking in the state Sales and Use Tax Refund Program

Setting Jan. 14 as a hearing date for vacating unused right of way for Blair and Main streets

Filing cleanup liens on 2475 N. 40th St., 3909 Clark Ave., 1930 Dick Smith St., 604 Dodson St., 740 Geneva St., 2289 Linden Circle, 1660 Sarah Lane, 2403 Sycamore St., 702 Westbury St. and 3675, 3697 and 3721 Serenity St.

Source: Staff Report

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