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Posted: January 10, 2018 at 1:07 a.m.

The City Council approved on Tuesday renewing a contract to foster growth downtown and a fee increase for garbage services.

Other action

Rogers’ City Council met Tuesday and approved:

• Temporary provision of water service to a Carroll Electric Line Services Center outside the city water service area.

• A $35,000 contract with NWA Entertainment for the city’s July Fourth fireworks.

• An design services agreement with Crafton Tull for the Garrett Road project with Rogers Public Schools. The road improvements near the planned elementary school will be made by the city to negotiate lower construction costs. Rogers Public Schools plans to pay a fee in lieu of road improvement.

• A total of $720,000 was moved from general fund reserve to the Rogers Historical Museum expansion costs.

• Accepting a final plat of the District development, phase two, which began in 2008. No concerns were raised by the Planning Commission nor City Council.

Source: Staff report

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