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Limit on land use a blip at meeting

Directors forgo residents’ input

East Little Rock residents who live above contaminated groundwater don't want the city Board of Directors to vote on an ordinance next week that would restrict certain uses of their property, and the board chose not to discuss the matter Tuesday.

Little Rock files to oust man, raze his burned home

The city of Little Rock asked a judge Monday to order a man to vacate his property while the city demolishes a burned house there.

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Color Purple events include 'interview' The Arkansas Literary Festival is celebrating Banned Books Week with a program focused on The Color Purple, Alice Walker's novel that won the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award.

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State's Guatemalans get help

Mobile consulate offers ID cards, passports to natives

Eric Stuardo couldn't get a fishing license this summer because his Guatemalan identification card was in Spanish, he said.

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Drop ‘Confederate’ from street name, LR planners advise in unanimous vote

The Little Rock Planning Commission unanimously recommended Thursday that the city Board of Directors approve changing the name of Confederate Boulevard to Springer Boulevard.

LR to fly in adviser who criticized fleet

The city of Little Rock will pay to fly in an out-of-town consultant to discuss a report that he wrote at the request of the police union and that criticizes the city's Fleet Services Department, City Manager Bruce Moore said Tuesday.

Library chief finalists narrowed to 4

Four people have been chosen to be interviewed for the Central Arkansas Library System executive director position out of 14 who applied.

Complex treated for mold, chief of housing says

Problem denied in August

After telling public-housing tenants last month that there was no mold in their apartment complex, Metropolitan Housing Alliance Executive Director Rodney Forte said Thursday that the agency did find mold and had it remedied.

LR utility drops sewer tie-in fees created in 2001

Exec: Cost now a deterrent

Little Rock Wastewater will no longer collect connection fees from new customers who hook up to the sewer system that was expanded into previously unserved areas a few years ago, the agency's governing commission voted Wednesday.

Let home stand, man urges board

Owner refused; LR approves his pre-demolition removal

Little Rock city officials will seek a court order to remove a property owner from his home if such action is necessary to demolish the structure, the city Board of Directors authorized Tuesday.