Bryant City Council looking to move past mayor’s sudden resignation

City Council to pick interim mayor, push tax proposal

Bryant city councilman Jordan ORoark (left) talks with fellow council member Jack Moseley during the dedication of the the new tennis and pickle ball courts at Mills Park in Bryant. 
(Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Thomas Metthe)
Bryant city councilman Jordan ORoark (left) talks with fellow council member Jack Moseley during the dedication of the the new tennis and pickle ball courts at Mills Park in Bryant. (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Thomas Metthe)

BRYANT -- In the wake of Bryant Mayor Allen Scott's resignation on Tuesday following allegations that he sexually harassed a city employee, officials there say they are working to keep the city moving forward as they seek to put the matter behind them.

Scott's

Upcoming Events