For the second time in two years, the Fayetteville Planning Commission voted to recommend rezoning the site once home to the Washington County Livestock Auction.
Tag: Sale Barn rezoning
Sale barn owner drops lawsuit
With the possibility of a lengthy litigation process in store, Bartholomew says Campus Crest is no longer interested in the property.
Sale barn owner files for appeal
Sale barn owner Billy Joe Bartholomew has filed a notice of appeal in Washington County Circuit Court.
Sale barn rezoning denied
In a vote 4-3, aldermen rejected the proposed rezoning for the sale barn property.
Campus Crest issues bill of assurance on sale barn property
Campus Crest Development, LLC, the applicant for rezoning of the sale barn property on Government Avenue, has issued a bill of assurance to the city of Fayetteville as part of their rezoning request.
RNCIC clarifies position on cemetery expansion near sale barn
The Regional National Cemetery Improvement Corp (RNCIC) released a fact sheet this week clarifying their position on the recent controversy over the rezoning of the sale barn property on Government Avenue.
Fayetteville fire chief announces retirement
Tony Johnson announced his retirement as Fayetteville’s fire chief at the City Council meeting on Tuesday night.
Campus Crest requests another delay for sale barn rezoning
A representative from Campus Crest LLC, the company that has a stake in the Washington County sale barn rezoning, asked aldermen at the agenda session Tuesday night to table the sale barn issue for an additional two weeks. The developers, who plan to construct student housing on the property, requested the delay because they are
Council renames road, delays sale barn vote
The sale barn rezoning has been a contentious issue, with many neighbors and veterans speaking out against the rezoning.
Students are neighbors, too
“At the end of the day, we all love this city and want to do what’s best for it, and for our heroes in uniform.”
Council delays sale barn vote
It was shoulder-to-shoulder seating at Tuesday night’s city council meeting as aldermen heard another sundry round of public comment on the sale barn issue.
Support neighborhood conservation
I am a homeowner on the south side of Fayetteville — a field away from Pinnacle Foods, the train track, a neighborhood vest pocket park along with the sale barn. The blocks that separate me from the sale barn is mostly the Fayetteville National Cemetery. It is a shining jewel in the center of the
Veterans seek help to acquire sale barn property
NWA Veterans ask for time to purchase the sale barn property.
No movement on sale barn rezoning
The current owners of the sale barn want to sell their land, and they have negotiated with a buyer who plans to build student housing on the property.