Ward 3 Director Keith Crews said one business in particular “looks like a junkyard” because it had scrap in front and to the rear of the building.
Southern State Construction estimates the project will take approximately three weeks to complete, weather permitting.
The City of Arkadelphia issued building permits with an estimated construction value of $717,000 for the month of May.
While it is still safe to drink, the Fire Department recommends turning off automatic ice makers while fire hydrants are being flushed. The department also recommends waiting to wash light-colored clothing to avoid the possibility of discoloration.
ARKADELPHIA — The Arkansas Department of Transportation (ARDOT) deemed the Maddox Branch bridge on Walnut Street near Highway 67 to be unsafe as of Tuesday, May 24.
The Arkadelphia Board of Directors will meet Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. in the Town Hall Boardroom with a few items to discuss.
Arkadelphia was home for a couple days to all of the city managers in Arkansas.
The increase, City Manager Gary Brinkley has explained, is the result of $21 million in improvements needed to the city’s water and wastewater systems over the next five years. Most of those projects, he said, will be bonded, with the bonds to be repaid from the rate increase.
Despite a lack of feedback from the public, Arkadelphia city directors say they’re in agreement that an increase in water rates is needed.
Arkadelphia city offices and Clark County offices will be closed Friday, April 15, in observance of Good Friday.