The City of Arkadelphia issued building permits with an estimated construction value of $225,586 for the month of September 2022.
Plans call for a traffic light to be added at Professional Park Drive once that street is extended out to meet Pine Street when the bypass is constructed.
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.
In a June 8 reader survey poll, The Arkadelphian asked its readers, “Should Pine Street be renamed to Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard?”
“As a board and as a city, this is a very difficult issue. It’s a very touchy issue. One that cuts to the very heart of the city.”
By The Arkadelphian An Arkadelphia stormwater project is causing a drain on the city’s coffers. City directors on Tuesday will consider a change order to what was originally a $557,000 drainage project […]
The widening of Pine is an exciting time for our community, hopefully enhancing growth and convenience. It also brings sadness because it causes me to reflect on my childhood that is never again.