The Arkadelphia Board of Directors will have several decisions to make this Tuesday in a public meeting.
The rock will keep its “sedimental” value to the citizens of Arkadelphia.
Construction on a major infrastructure project in Arkadelphia will begin soon, and a celebratory groundbreaking was held Friday to commemorate an historic occasion.
Friday’s ceremony will take place in the gazebo on the Crittenden Street side of the courthouse.
One street runs beneath the Barkman House on the Henderson State University campus, which was constructed in the 1860s, proving that the street was never developed since the city was incorporated in 1857.
Failing to adopt this ordinance will result in the city’s flood management point system dropping, according to a memo from City Manager Gary Brinkley. It would also “remove a large portion of the discount our citizens who purchase flood insurance receive.”
Pine Street looks quite different now, as more businesses are being razed to make way for what our community call a progressive move toward growth.