Park ownership ensures Bentonville green space

Posted: September 12, 2018 at 1:06 a.m.

FILE PHOTO The Bentonville City Hall building.

Train Station Park will remain a green space in the downtown Arts District for perpetuity.

Council action

Bentonville’s City Council met Tuesday and approved:

• Setting a Sept. 25 public hearing for for a utility easement vacation request by Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art at 507 S.E. E St.

• A $3,488 contract change order with Tri Sta for the Eighth Street water and sewer project, increasing the contract value to $2.7 million.

• A $180,728 reconciliation order in the contract with Arco Excavation and Paving for the Eighth Street water and sewer project, decreasing the contract value to $3.7 million.

• Hiring CEI for surveying and administration services for the city’s monument system. The cost isn’t to exceed $115,600.

Source: Staff report

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