Springdale Council Approves Ambulance Fee Adjustments

Central EMA Switch In Dispatching Will Cost Tontitown

Posted: June 25, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.

SPRINGDALE -- New ambulance fees approved by the City Council Tuesday will change little in the cost to the consumer.

At A Glance

Council Action

Springdale’s City Council met Tuesday and approved:

• Rezoning 8.1 acres from agricultural to institutional at 100 S. Gutensohn St. owned by First Untied Presbyterian Church; 1.9 acres from general commercial to light industrial at 1906 Lowell Road owned by Luis Quinoez; 1.6 acres from agricultural to general commercial for property on southwest corner of Old Missouri Road and Palisades Avenue owned by Fishing Bridge Investments for construction of commercial or office space

• A $104,154 policy with CNA Insurance to cover buildings in the city.

• Youth Strategies as the new administrator for the city’s Community Garden

Source: Staff Report

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