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Rogers Lake Atalanta Road Issue Discussion Set for Tuesday

Posted: March 24, 2014 at 5 a.m.

What might be the final discussion on closing Lake Atalanta Road is scheduled for 5 p.m. Tuesday.

MEETING INFORMATION

Council Agenda

The Rogers City Council will meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in Council Chambers of City Hall, 301 W. Chestnut St. A public hearing on whether to close Lake Atalanta Road is scheduled for 5 p.m. Agenda items include:

• Adopting the 2012 International Building Code complete with appendices.

• A $1.2 million contract with Johnson Construction for left turn lanes at Oak Street and Olrich Street intersections with Dixieland Road.

• A $67,746 contract with Johnson Construction for striping Garrett Road.

• A $436,340 contract with Garver LLC to design 28th Place street between Pauline Whitaker Parkway and Bellview Road.

• Accepting the six lowest bids for towing service for the Police Department.

• A $60,000 contract with Joe Blackburn to buy 0.528 acres at 204 E. Cherry St. for a small parking lot and dog park.

• Rezoning 6028 Stoney Brook Road from agriculture to neighborhood commercial.

Follow John Gore as he live tweets from the Lake Atalanta Road public hearing, www.twitter.com/NWAJohn.

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