Ozark Regional Transit Faces Noncompete Clause

Authority’s Board Approves 2014 Budget

Posted: December 20, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Ozark Regional Transit’s board hit a roadblock Thursday when officials learned their executive director has a noncompete clause that could prevent him from moving from organization's management firm.

At A Glance

Money Committed By Cities, Counties

• Washington County: $122,970

• Benton County: $15,000

• Carroll County: $7,500

• Madison County: $0

• Fayetteville: $300,000

• Springdale: $248,646

• Rogers: $199,367

• Bentonville: $125,757

Source: Ozark Regional Transit

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