On Monday night, February 9th, 2015, the regular meeting of the Benton City Council was held. Mayor David Mattingly proclaimed Feb 15-21 Benton Athletic Memorial Museum Wall of Fame Week. He then gave the State of the City speech for 2015. The…Continue
The following a statement from Baber regarding the decision:
"I have enjoyed representing the town I love. I have enjoyed helping the people and fighting for our children and our seniors, trying to…Continue
Somebody just reminded me that I took pictures this weekend of the cute Victorian building that houses Webb's House of Flowers being dismantled by Doyle Webb himself and family. I regret that I only did a "drive-by shooting" to get these pics. I'd have like to say hello to folks and get a comment on what's happening. Click to this post and scroll down in the comments for some…Continue
City of Bryant
Bryant City Council
Regular Meeting Minutes
CALL TO ORDER
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
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The Benton City Council held their first regular meeting of the year at 7pm, Monday January 12th, 2015. Click to see the full agenda packet (pdf) or see the agenda outline below the video.
All Aldermen were present: Frank Baptist, Kerry Murphy, Charles Cunningham, Evelyn Reed, Bill Donnor, Jerry…Continue
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According to Bryant City Clerk Heather McKim, Thursday night's City Council meeting was so sparsely attended that it had to be canceled. McKim stated that those present were Rob Roedel, Mike Chandler and Steve Gladden. This means that five alderman (a.k.a. city councilmen) were not present. McKim said this has not happened before in a regular meeting during the administration of Mayor Jill Dabbs.
The timing of the absences occurring at the last meeting before the Mayoral Runoff…Continue
OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE FROM ALDERMAN BRAD MOORE
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2014, 3:30 p.m.
Dear Citizens of Benton –
On Friday (October 3rd), my employer made a formal offer of a career promotion to me which was accepted by my family and me on Sunday (October 5th). The…Continue
MySaline told you yesterday about a disagreement about whether a Bauxite Alderman does or does not officially reside in the city (town, whichever) of Bauxite. This would mean the difference in whether Mona Struble would be qualified to serve as Alderman and be paid for such. Mayor…Continue
Fifth grade students recently completed a rigorous application process to become members of the inaugural CES School Senate. The group will have opportunities throughout the school year to practice leadership skills while participating in community service activities.
Students were required to have a 3.0 GPA, approval from administration in regards to behavior and reference letters from previous teachers. The process also required reference checks, a writing sample, and an…
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If you can't see the video below, go to http://www.todaysthv.com/news/article/230342/2/At-6-Family-Action-Council-plans-to-fight-medical-marijuana
Here's the full ad from Family Council on Issue 5:…Continue
Many of us have figured out in the past few years just how powerful a school board can be. It's not like the Booster Club or the Parent Teacher Organization where they raise a little money and maybe spend it on a little project. Nope, these folks have the decision of where to spend millions of dollars. Benton and Bryant school districts are both adding onto to their high schools as we speak.…Continue
On July 7th, the following Bryant Finance and Personnel Agenda was sent in an email from City Hall to public officials and local media:
City of Bryant
FINANCE AND PERSONNEL COMMITTEE
Date: Tuesday, July 12, 5:30 PM
Location: Bryant Municipal Complex - Courtroom
Committee Members: Alderman Mike Chandler, Alderman Steve…
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