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Springdale Interchange Settlements Snag

Posted: September 11, 2013 at 3:45 a.m.

The City Council voted to settle one condemnation lawsuit Tuesday but balked at two others approved last week by a committee.

At A Glance

Council Action

Springdale’s City Council met Tuesday and approved:

• Settling a condemnation lawsuit on the Don Tyson Parkway east extension for property owned by Rebecca D. Magee and David Gulliver for an additional $19,882 becoming a total cost of $27,782; for property owned by Edward and Gayle Gay for an additional $14,800 becoming a total cost of $22,200

• Buying 3.4 acres on Thompson Street near Cooper Drive appraised for $384,000 for the new Fire Station No. 3 for $180,000

• Adjusting a contract with Engineering Services to add $27,500 to a contract for work on building new fire stations.

Source: Staff Report

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