Bentonville council fills one seat, one remains empty

Posted: February 28, 2018 at 1:11 a.m.

Bentonville city council selected Jonathan Terlouw to fill the vacant ward 4 seat on February 27, 2018. He was sworn in after the vote.

The City Council selected Jonathan Terlouw to fill the vacant Ward 4 council seat.

Council action

Bentonville’s City Council met Tuesday and approved:

• To buy the Police Department three new Chevrolet Tahoes.

• A $2,330 change order with Dis-Tran.

• To grant a 20-foot easement to Black Hills Energy along the north property line of the Community Center.

• Agreements with First Employment Staffing and with Staffmark to provide temporary staff for the Parks and Recreation and Public Works maintenance staffs.

• To hire Water Technology for a plan for the Melvin Ford Aquatic Center.

• Agreements with Crafton Tull & Associates and Morrison Shipley Engineers for improvements along the Razorback Greenway.

• An agreement with Crystal Bridges to replace and move a 12-inch sewer main associated with the Momentary.

Source: Staff report

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