Mc Kelvy said aldermen will review the proposed budgets of the administration and finance departments, the Cultural Awareness Center, the Fire Department, Parks and Recreation Department, the cemetery, and the city pool during their next regular meeting.Little River County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Fonda Hawthorne reported they will have eight age categories, including Baby Miss 1 to 23 months, Tiny Miss 24 to 35 months, Little Miss 3 to 4 years, Petitie Miss 5 to 7 years, Young Miss 8 to 10 years, Junior Miss 11 to 12 years, Teen Miss 13 to 14 years and Miss Land O'Lights 15 to 18 years.
He said it would cost about $6,700 to pave the alley.
He recommended they shift funds from the Maintenance of Streets to cover the cost of this project.
Beardsley also reported the district will sell another $5 to $6 million dollars in bonds in December or January.
Beardsley also informed the board the high school construction project must be completed by November 20th of 2020.
Mc Kelvy asked the council to amend the 2017 budget, so the city water department could purchase a Sonic Flow Meter and a Chemical Feed Pump for a total of $7,700.
He also asked the council to move ,000 from the city's street maintenance of streets and bridges line item to the city's street program line item, so the city can pave an alley behind the First United Methodist Church.
If you would like to enter a quilted item to be displayed, drop the item off at the First Baptist Church on Thursday between 6 and 8 p.m. Guests will also be able to vote on their favorite quilt, chat with the quilters and purchase quilted items, supplies and fabric.
This Friday, UA Cossatot will host its 6th Veteran's Day Breakfast for local military men and women from to a.m.
Cobb said American Legion Post 54 Commander, Jessie Horton will present a historical account of our local veterans and their participation with the American Legion.
Cobb said local veterans will also present and retire the colors in their uniforms.
The city's sidewalk grant was approved but it was not fully funded by the Arkansas Department of Transportation.