Bentonville Crystal Flats developers talk specifics

Posted: December 13, 2017 at 1:08 a.m.

NWA Democrat-Gazette/MELISSA GUTE Planning commissioners, city staff and developers discuss specifics of the Crystal Flats plans during the commission’s technical review meeting Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017 in the Community Development Building in Bentonville.

The first phase of Crystal Flats will include a central commercial building, two townhouse buildings and three apartment buildings, developers and planning commissioners discussed Tuesday.

Council action

Bentonville’s City Council met Tuesday and approved:

• Paying $30,000 to Pyro Shows for the 2018 Independence Day fireworks.

• Hiring Trinity Medical Billing to process the Fire Department’s ambulance charges.

• Increasing the fee for ambulance service provided to Highfill.

• Appointing of Octavio Sanchez as the ex-officio member to the Airport Advisory Board.

• Appointing Cortney Carlson and Shara Fisher and reappointing Whitney Sutherland to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board.

• Participating in a one-year regional stormwater education and coordination program for $22,400.

• Hiring Riggins Construction and Development to construct about 530 feet of Rainbow Farms Road.

• The 2018 pay plan for city employees.

Source: Staff Report

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