Fayetteville's Jordan Delivers Annual Address
Posted: January 22, 2014 at 5 a.m.
Mayor Lioneld Jordan took time Tuesday to reflect on 2013 happenings and to look forward to the year ahead during his annual State of the City address.
At A Glance
Fayetteville's City Council met Tuesday and:
Vacated three cul-de-sacs west of Razorback Road where University of Arkansas officials are planning a cluster of paved, surface-level parking lots. Aldermen voted to prohibit direct access on Hotz Drive at the north end of the parking lots.
Tabled several proposed changes to the city’s ordinance governing mobile vendors until Feb. 18.
Approved a city code change requiring multifamily dwellings with 24 or more units to dedicate parkland to the city or pay a fee in lieu of dedication regardless of whether the development is smaller than 1 acre.
Recognized Tenisha Gist, director of the Yvonne Richardson Community Center, as the recipient of the city’s 2014 Martin Luther King Jr. Brotherhood Award.
Source: Staff Report
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