Council fails to agree on needed sewer agreement

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

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GRAVETTE - Agreeing to an agreement required for the Gravette wastewater treatment facility project to proceed did not occur at a meeting of the city council last Thursday night.

The meeting was originally scheduled the fourth Thursday of the month but had been moved forward because of the Thanksgiving holiday.

After hearing from a bond counsel concerning how the city could progress to an election involving a new sales tax to help finance the project, the council then took no action on an agreement with McGoodwin, Williams and Yates (McGWY), engineers for the project which has been in progress since 2007.

Three members of the council, Tina Crose, Brent Cannon andChris Beller, were not present for the meeting. Those present, Forrest ...

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