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Council Approves $1.9 Million For Land Purchase For Bentonville Street Department

Posted: February 26, 2014 at 5 a.m.

The city's street department will be relocated northwest of the Benton County jail and road department as the City Council approved $1.9 million to buy the land Tuesday night.

At A Glance

City Council

The Bentonville City Council met Tuesday and approved the following:

• Rezoning of 908 E. Central Ave. from single-family residential to downtown edge

• Budget adjustment of $71,367.50 for the survey and design of a multi-use trail on the west side of North Walton Boulevard

• Budget adjustment of $5,500 to the public library from the Northwest Arkansas Economic Development District for a General Improvement Grant

• An agreement with Ozark Tennis Academy for a tennis program provider at Memorial Park Tennis Complex

• A bid of $75,584 for construction of the pathways at Legacy Orchards at Orchards Park

• An agreement with Altec for $394,904 for three telescoping booms, or aerial trucks, for the electric department

Source: Staff Report

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