Arkansas water utility projects '18 surplus, but $54.6 million carryover predicted to shrink through ’22
Revenue is projected to exceed expenses at Central Arkansas Water next year, leaving a projected $54.6 million in carryover money by the end of 2018.
Revenue and expenses are both projected to increase at the Little Rock Water Reclamation Authority next year.
Sewer-line program wins EPA's award
Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola will be inducted as president of a national organization of cities this weekend.
The University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock is hosting four reading- and book-related events this week and another online program.
Board seeks ruling on fundraising time frame for city offices
Little Rock will seek a declaratory judgment from Pulaski County Circuit Court on the question of whether candidates for city office have to follow contribution guidelines set in a city ordinance or if they can go by a more lenient time frame set in state law.
Funds OK'd to buy new site for police
Exhibit spotlights art using pastels
Little Rock wants to purchase the McFadden Building on West Markham Street and turn it into a new Police Department headquarters.
Guides on drug testing in works
Cities and counties are seeking guidance on how to amend their drug testing policies to keep in compliance with the new Arkansas Medical Marijuana Amendment.