Ward 2 Public Meeting
April 16, 2018 at 6:00 pm
The City of Little Rock is hosting a series of public meetings in each of the city’s seven wards over the next few weeks to gather public input about the proposed infrastructure projects for the 2019 to 2021 three-year cycle. Funding for these infrastructure projects comes from the 3/8 Cent Sales Tax for capital projects that was approved by Little Rock voters in September 2011 and the Capital Improvement Bonds approved by Little Rock voters in September 2012.
Since the previous round of projects were approved, City staff has continued to receive suggestions from the public for projects in this cycle. In the summer of 2017, citizens were also encouraged to submit new project ideas.
Beginning in October 2017, staff from the Public Works Department reviewed the suggestions and estimated the cost for the projects. After this review, projects have been identified for each ward that can be completed within the necessary timeframe and the available funds. These will be presented in each ward at these public meetings prior to final approval by the City Board of Directors.
All meetings will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. The schedule for the meetings is as follows:
Ward 2 - Director Ken Richardson, Monday, April 16 Southwest Community Center, 6401 West Baseline Road
Ward 4 - Director Capi Peck, Monday, April 23 Pankey Center, 13700 Cantrell Road
Ward 5 - Director Lance Hines, Thursday, April 26 Highland Valley United Methodist, 15524 Chenal Parkway
Ward 1 - Director Erma Hendrix, Friday, April 27 Dunbar Community Center, 1001 West 16th Street
Ward 7 - Director B. J. Wyrick, Monday, April 30 Henderson United Methodist, 13000 West Baseline Road
Ward 6 - Director Doris Wright, Monday, May 7 Centre at University Park, 6401 West 12th Street
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