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Springdale Council Approves Interchange Condemnation Settlement

Posted: March 12, 2014 at 6 a.m.

STAFF PHOTO ANTHONY REYES The southwest section of the Tyson Parkway interchange on Interstate 540 in Springdale. The Springdale City Council may vote on settling a condemnation lawsuit over land owned by Valley Harvest Ministry. The west side exit and entrance ramps will take up all of church's property.

City officials filled one more blank line in a list of costs for road improvements by approving a condemnation lawsuit settlement Tuesday.

At A Glance

Council Action

Springdale’s City Council met Tuesday and approved:

• Spending $10,430 for 10 electric generators at city buildings.

• Re-appointing Brian Powell and Kevin Parsley to the Planning Commission.

• Changes in the graffiti ordinance to remove markings from the exterior of buildings with graffiti in public view

• Spending $19,699 to design a salt and grit storage building

• Spending $29,800 to share costs for monitoring Spring Creek with the U.S.Geological Survey

Source: Staff Report

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