Springdale City Officials Consider Apollo Condemnation

Posted: March 18, 2014 at 6 a.m.

The clock is ticking for the Apollo Theater on Emma Avenue.


Council Action

Springdale’s City Council committees met Tuesday and referred to the full council:

• A new parking ordinance that adjusts the number of required parking spaces for new businesses

• On-call pay for the city fire marshal and a backup battalion chief

• A contract for automatic mutual aid with the Lowell Fire Department

• A construction management contract for the building of three fire stations with Commerce Construction Co.

Source: Staff Report

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