Contracts for improvements at Gulley Park, Increasing funding for the city’s childcare assistance program and more.
The list of vacancies includes seats on the Advertising and Promotion Commission, Black Heritage Preservation Commission, Fayetteville Arts Council, Planning Commission and nine more.
Dot’s Nashville Hot Chicken won the 2022 Mayor’s Environmental Stewardship Award in the business category. (Flyer Photo) Fayetteville’s Environmental Action Committee is seeking nominations for the 2023 Mayor’s Environmental Stewardship Award. The annual award recognizes excellence in environmental stewardship, demonstrated through sustainable practices, programs or projects undertaken by community members, non-profit organizations, small businesses or
The annual observance aims to introduce racial healing to a broader audience and to inspire people to work towards racial equity in their communities.
City Council members will soon consider a list of proposed new sidewalks in Fayetteville.
Razing a structure on Coach Road, vacating land around the UA campus, two ARPA subrecipient agreements, and more.
The Fayetteville City Council chose Sarah Bunch to serve as vice mayor for another year. The decision came after a unanimous vote on Jan. 3 before the start of the first meeting of 2023.
The city will use another round of the $17.9 million in American Rescue Plan Act funds it received to provide relief for two more local nonprofits. Two other proposals, however, were tabled indefinitely.
Two new City Council members and three re-elected officials were sworn in Tuesday night during a brief ceremony held before the start of the first City Council meeting of the year.
Deferring water and sewer rate increases, four ARPA-related funding proposals, changes to public notification for denied conditional use permits, one rezoning request and several property vacation requests.
Officials this week said judging by the amount of applications that have already been submitted, the council may need to appropriate more ARPA money to the program in the coming months.
The City Council has agreed to use another round of the city’s $17.9 million in American Rescue Plan Act funds to provide relief to a group of local nonprofits.
The Fayetteville City Council on Tuesday approved 19 appointments to 10 of the city’s boards and committees.
Changes to the city’s short-term rental regulations, four ARPA nonprofit assistance applications, four rezoning requests and two property condemnations.
If approved, applicants will have their entire monthly childcare costs paid for over the next 12 months.