Officials Want Alternative Fueld Information

Posted: February 13, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Benton County’s justices of the peace were reluctant Tuesday to commit the county’s money and equipment to a proposal to build a compressed natural gas fueling station.

At A Glance

Committee Action

Benton County’s Committee of the Whole on Tuesday approved:

• Applying for a $200,000 grant for the Adult Drug Court program.

• Spendiing $281,106 for the Fisher Ford Road and Colonel Meyers Road bridge projects.

• Spending $60,900 to buy laundry equipment for the Benton County Jail, iPhones, clothing and uniforms.

• Applying for a $10,732 grant for voting machines and equipment.

Source: Staff Report

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