A called meeting of the Forrest City City Council to determine how the city’s industrial garbage collection will be handled had to be postponed Tuesday after the council could not achieve a quorum.
Area residents will have a pair of opportunities to learn more about the Affordable Health Care Act through a health fair and separate dinner meeting with various state officials later this week.
As voters statewide head to the polls over the next two weeks one issue many will have to decide on is Issue 5, which would partially legalize marijuana.
Early voting in the Nov. 6 general election is set to begin Monday, and election officials are urging voters to be patient as they will face a lengthy ballot at the polls.
City officials are already working to ensure that a seamless transition takes place when the new residential and commercial garbage collection service begins.
Forrest City Mayor Larry Bryant was authorized Tuesday to negotiate terms of a $1 million lease agreement that will allow the city to finance equipment to be used as part of the city’s new resident
There should be no delays in garbage collection at the end of the month after city council members agreed Tuesday to a compromise that will see the city purchasing both new and used residential bin
St. Francis County election officials are making final preparations for the start of early voting next week.
The Forrest City City Council is expected to make a decision on whether to buy new or used garbage carts when it meets Tuesday at 6 p.m.
The first phase of work to resurface portions of Interstate 40 in St.