City council ready to start work on bond projects

Posted: February 20, 2018 at 1 a.m.

NWA Democrat-Gazette/DAVID GOTTSCHALK The Springdale Animal Services building at 321 E. Randall Wobbe Lane in Springdale. "The existing shelter is too small for the community," reads the summary of a needs assessment from Shelter Planners of America in Arlington, Texas.

SPRINGDALE -- City officials reacted quickly to the voters' approval of $220 million of bond improvements for the city. The City Council -- working through its committees -- advanced a resolution Monday night that gives city staff the authority to get started on projects and reimburse city coffers when money is received from sale of the bonds. The full council will vote on the resolution during its regular meeting Feb. 27.

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