Rogers residents' safety too important to keep patching emergency call system

Posted: December 13, 2017 at 1:04 a.m.

Having effective communication for emergency calls is too important to skimp on, city officials said.

Other action

Rogers’ City Council met Tuesday and approved:

• An amendment of the code to improve street and pedestrian safety and regulate dangerous and unnecessary obstructions of traffic.

• Two businesses — Gammo Outdoor USA and Dymark Sign & Display — participating in the Tax Back Program. Dymark plans to spend $1 million on new equipment. Gammo has $8.1 million planned in facility improvement, as well as 28 hires to make.

• A contract for sale and purchase of water with Benton County Water Authority No. 4. The most recent contract was for two years, and is regularly renewed.

• Rezoning 1.66 acres at 1501 S. Rainbow Road from agricultural to warehouse office.

• A contract with the Rogers-Lowell Economic Development Corporation. The contract is renewed annually.

Source: Staff Report

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