Benton County Officials Eye Road Money

Posted: July 24, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.

BENTONVILLE -- Benton County officials said they've made good progress on the road paving plan and may ask the Quorum Court for money to do more.

At A Glance

Ambulance Bills

Benton County’s Quorum Court cut the Road Department budget by $450,000 to pay part of the $942,000 cost for ambulance service. Other sources of money for ambulance service are saving in personnel costs and a voluntary ambulance tax. Mike Crandall, accounting manager, said the county has accumulated about $228,000 in personnel savings through June and the voluntary ambulance tax has brought in about $100,000 so far this year.

Source: Staff Report

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