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August 3, 2014

LEGAL NOTICE
The Arkansas Board of Corrections and the Arkansas Department of Correction (ADC) request interested communities to submit an Expression of Interest to donate property for location of an estimated $100,000,000 correctional facility to initially house 1,000 maximum security inmates. The unit will be constructed and operated by the ADC and will be expandable to approximately 2,000 beds.
Benefits to the local economy will include approximately 250 jobs for the 1,000 bed unit and an annual operating budget of approximately $19,000,000. The average salary for employees of an ADC institution is approximately $12.75 per hour. After expansion, the unit will employ approximately 500 individuals and will have an annual operating budget of approximately $38,000,000.
The Board of Corrections will select the site for location of the new facility. The location chosen should include at least 400 acres, be roughly square, and generally flat. The allowable net bearing capacity of the soils should be no less than twenty-five hundred (2,500) pounds per square foot. The site should preferably be in a Zone-One seismic area and be clear of any environmental or archaeological concerns or sacred grounds. A paved public roadway bordering one side of the site is desired. The site should be in close proximity to community and major medical resources and to adequate utilities (gas, electricity, water, and sewer) as well as to population centers for staff recruitment consideration and a university/college/community college for staff retention and development.
Communities interested in submitting a proposed site can download the information at ADC's website: http://www.adc.arkansas.gov under "Important Alerts & Info/Efforts to Build a New Prison." Questions concerning this should be directed to Mike Carraway at 870-850-8719. Questionnaires must be received at the ADC no later than October 24, 2014.
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August 3, 2014

Central Arkansas Water (CAW) is a public water system subject to state and federal regulations under the Safe Drinking Water Act. As a result, CAW is required to monitor the drinking water for specific contaminants on a regular basis. The results of monitoring indicate whether or not the drinking water meets health standards.
Central Arkansas Water performs over 155,000 water quality tests each year. On April 18, 2014, CAW did not collect and analyze a sample for chlorite at one of its two treatment plants and therefore cannot be sure of the quality of the drinking water for this particular contaminant on that day. Prolonged exposure to high levels of chlorite could cause adverse health effects, particularly in infants, young children, and fetuses. However, CAW does not believe there were any potential adverse health risks in this instance.
The failure to monitor for this one contaminant at this one treatment plant on this one day did not mean that the water was unsafe to drink or that alternative sources of water should have been used. Chlorite levels in the water before and after April 18, as well as at CAW's second treatment plant on April 18, were all well below the regulatory standard. CAW has modified its sampling procedures to prevent a repeat of this oversight.
CAW collects and analyzes dozens of water samples every day to ensure that the water is safe to drink. All other regulatory and nonregulatory water quality analyses performed in April, and since that time, have been within safe standards.
This information should be shared with all persons who drink this water but who may not have read this notice directly.
If you have questions or concerns, contact CAW Water Quality at 501-223-1574 or write CAW Water Quality, P.O. Box 1789, Little Rock, AR 72203. Alternately, contact the Arkansas Department of Health's Engineering Section at 501-661-2623 or Epidemiology Branch at 501-661-2833.
Para obtener una copia de este aviso, por favor llame 501-223-1574, o se puede visitar www.carkw.com/PublicNotice.
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August 3, 2014

A-1 Recovery Towing and
Recovery, Inc.
14424 MacArthur Drive
North Little Rock, AR 72118
501-803-4646
1998 Chevrolet Malibu
1G1ND52T5W6171680
This is to inform the owner of the vehicle(s) listed below, that you have 10 days from the date of publication to claim this vehicle or it will be sold at public auction. Storage is accruing every day that said vehicle is stored at our lot. To reclaim, all towing and storage fees will have to be paid.
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August 3, 2014

LEGAL NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that Cornerstone Bank, 152 E. Van Buren, Eureka Springs, Arkansas, intends to make application to the Arkansas State Bank Department for approval to establish a full service branch located at 270 Curtis Hutchins Way, Huntsville, Madison County, Arkansas 72740.
Any person desiring to comment on this application to the Arkansas State Bank Department may do so by filing his or her comments in writing to the State Bank Commissioner at the office of the department, 400 Hardin Road, Suite 100, Little Rock, Arkansas 72211. Written comments, including any formal protests, concerning this application must be received in the Arkansas State Bank Department no later than 15 days following the date of the actual filing of the application.
This notice is published pursuant to The Arkansas Banking Code of 1997, as amended.
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August 3, 2014

A-1 Recovery Towing and
Recovery, Inc.
14424 MacArthur Drive
North Little Rock, AR 72118
501-803-4646
1997 Toyota Tercel
JT2AC52L4V0247618
2006 Kia Sorento
KNDJC733965502589
1992 Dodge Spirit
1B3XA46K7NF127278
This is to inform the owner of the vehicle(s) listed below, that you have 10 days from the date of publication to claim this vehicle or it will be sold at public auction. Storage is accruing every day that said vehicle is stored at our lot. To reclaim, all towing and storage fees will have to be paid.
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August 3, 2014

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF WHITE COUNTY, ARKANSAS
CIVIL DIVISION
ARVEST BANK, PLAINTIFF
vs.
CASE NO. CV-2014-133
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS OF ROEL CANTU, DEBBIE CANTU, DALTON J. CANTU, MELINDA DUFFEA, VELMA DIANE HENSLEY, TERRY WAYNE CLARK, BHP BILLITON PETROLEUM (FAYETTEVILLE), LLC and MELINDA DUSSEAU, DEFENDANTS
WARNING ORDER
TO DEFENDANTS: The Unknown Heirs of Roel Cantu, Velma Diane Hensley and Terry Wayne Clark
You are hereby notified that Arvest Bank has filed a complaint and amended complaint herein against you, a copy of which complaint, amended complaint and summons shall be delivered to you or to your attorney upon request. Notice is further hereby given that Arvest Bank has initiated the above described cause to assert and foreclose liens upon the following described real property situated in White County, Arkansas:
The Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter (SE 1/4 NW 1/4) of Section Thirty-Three (33) Township Seven (7) North, Range Ten (10) West, Less and Except the South 30.0 Acres thereof, leaving herein 10.0 acres, more or less. Subject to all existing right-of-ways and easements for roads and other purposes.
You are also notified that you must appear and defend by filing your answer or other responsive pleading within thirty (30) days of the date of the first publication of this warning order; and in the event of your failure to do so, judgment by default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. You may be otherwise barred from asserting your interest in this action.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and seal as Clerk of the Court on this 28 day of July 2014.
TAMI KING
WHITE COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK
Courthouse
300 N. Spruce Street
Searcy, Arkansas 72143-7719
By: /s/Denise Morris DC
TAMI KING
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August 3, 2014

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Remount Mini Storage will offer at a public sale for cash, in bulk, the contents of spaces of the following tenants, to satisfy Section 4 (Landlords Lien) of the Arkansas Self Storage Act 1987, 18-16-406;
Unit# E539 Gary M. Petrus
Unit# F623 Brandon A. Rames
A separate sale as to each unit will be held at the entrance of each unit on the premises of Remount Mini Storage, 6140 Remount Road, North Little Rock, Ar. 72118 (501)753-6114. The date of the sale is WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 2014 at 9:30 am.
The above also applies to HW 67 RV & Storage and the following tenants occupying spaces numbers:
Unit# C93 Gary M. Petrus
A separate sale as to each unit will be held at the entrance of each unit on the premises of HW 67 RV & Storage, 231 Newman Drive, North Little Rock, AR 72117 (501)537-0067. The date of the sale is WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 2014 at 10:30 am.
The above also applies to Remount North Storage and the following tenants occupying storage space numbers:
Unit# B232 vin#1FMCA11U9LZA04271
Unit# D401 Vin# JM2UF1137K0738696
Unit# D409 Vin# 3B4GD12T2HM712788
Uniit #A148 Shina S. Holmes
Unit# B247 Sylvia J. Young
Unit# C302 Monica L. Trammell
Unit# C313 Kilasiku Shaheed Graham
A separate sale as to each unit will be held at the entrance of each unit on the premises of Remount North Storage, 11406 Jacksonville-Cato Road, North Little Rock, Ar. 72120 (501)833-6111. The date of the sale is WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 2014 at 12:00 pm.
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August 3, 2014

Notice of Public Sale
Personal Property and Contents Stored in the storage units listed below.
Units: 07, 21, 28, 29, 57, 58, 59, 106, 110, 122, 123, 128, 134, 152, 157, 173, 174A, 179, 184, 194, 196, 206, 222, 226, 228, 231, 236, PARK18
Sale Location
Budget Mini Storage
4716 Baseline Rd
Little Rock, AR 72209
501-565-0623
Units will be sold on site at 9:00 AM on August 21, 2014 to the highest bidder. Cash Only.
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August 2, 2014

NOTICE OF REQUEST OF GRANT FUNDS
Notice is hereby given that Central Arkansas Development Council is applying for Federal grant funds from the U.S. Department of Transportation for the administrative, operational needs for their transit program, South Central Arkansas Transit for the fiscal year of October 1, 2014 through September 30, 2015. These grant funds will be used to provide rural public bus transportation in 12 South Central Arkansas counties of Union, Columbia, Calhoun, Ouachita, Dallas, Garland, Hot Springs, Clark, Pike, Montgomery, Saline and Lonoke Counties. The Federal amount requested will be $3,244,250.00 for the Section 5311 Grant and $103,775.00 for the Section 5311-F Grant.
At this time a public hearing is not scheduled, by anyone wishing to participate in a public hearing is requested to contact CADC - SCAT by calling 501-332-5426. At a scheduled data and time, Central Arkansas Development Council - South Central Arkansas Transit will afford an opportunity for interested persons or agencies to be heard with respects to the social, economic and environmental aspects of this project. Interested persons may submit orally or in writing evidence and recommendations with respect to said project.
A copy of the grant proposal will be available for public inspection at the Central Arkansas Development Council's administrative office which is located at 321 Edison Avenue, Benton, Arkansas 72018 or at the Central Arkansas Development Council's operations office which is located at 1303 South Main Street, Malvern, Arkansas 72104.
Larry E. Cogburn, Executive Director
Central Arkansas Development Council
7/28/2014
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August 2, 2014

INFINITY TOWING and Recovery has impounded a
2012 Chevrolet Sonic
VIN# 1G1JE5SH6C4175414
on July 20, 2014. This car will become property of Infinity Towing on August 18, 2014, unless claimed by owner and will be sold at auction at 3389 N. Thompson, Springdale, AR on September 1, 2014. Telephone 4792879708
72734933 August 2, 2014

August 2, 2014

WARNING ORDER
STATE OF ARKANSAS)
COUNTY OF BENTON)
IN THE BENTON COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF BENTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS
FOURTH DIVISION
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.
PLAINTIFF
VS. CASE NO. CV 14-738-4
UNKNOWN HEIRS OF JOSEPH K. HILEMAN, DECEASED; SURVIVING SPOUSE OF JOSEPH K. HILEMAN, DECEASED; UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, SECRETARY OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT; MICHAEL HILEMAN ; CURRENT OCCUPANT(S) OF 5 YARMOUTH DRIVE, BELLA VISTA, AR 72715; BELLA VISTA VILLAGE PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION
DEFENDANTS
A description of the property or res to be affected:
Lot 28, Block 7, Wight Subdivision, Bella Vista Village, Benton County, Arkansas, as shown in Plat Record "H" at Page 95
The Defendant(s), Unknown Heirs of Joseph K. Hileman, Deceased and Surviving Spouse of Joseph K. Hileman, Deceased, unserved, is/are warned to appear and answer the Complaint of the Plaintiff in this Court within 30 days from the date of first publication of this warning order or face entry of judgment by default or be otherwise barred from asserting his or her or its interest.
Failure of the Defendant(s) to answer within 30 days from the date of first publication of this warning order could result in judgment against the Defendant(s).
Dated: 7/23/14
/s/Brenda DeShields, Circuit Clerk
By:/s/Bree Anne Waggoner
Dyke, Goldsholl & Winzerling, P.L.C.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
415 North McKinley, Suite 1177
Little Rock, AR 72205
(501) 661-1000
72735945 Aug 2, 9, 2014

August 2, 2014

Lucky's Towing & Recovery, LLC, 7412 Ram Rd., Mabelvale, AR 72103 (501) 888-8697
By Arkansas Law everything has been done to notify owners of the following vehicles. If we are not contacted within 10 days of this ad the 45 days will be up and vehicles will be dismantled, destroyed or sold at Public Auction. Owners were notified by certified letters or are unknown. Storage is accruing everyday that vehicles are stored at the lot. To reclaim, all Towing and Storage fees will have to be paid.
YEAR / MAKE 2002 DODGE
VIN 1B4HS58NX2F102056
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August 2, 2014

Armstrong, 71 South, and Levi Storage Center, LLC will be tentatively auctioning 18 units Saturday August 9th, 2014. The 18 units set for auction on that date will be; Deigo Camargo #29 (Armstrong Storage) (5X10X8), William Bustanate #35 (Armstrong Storage) (10X10X8), Kyle Cooper #77 (Armstrong Storage) (10X10X8), and an abandoned unit #54 (O)ccupant (U)nknown (5X10X8). Eddie Marsh #5006 (10X20X8) (Levi Storage Center, LLC), Al Shepard #6010 (10X10X8) (Levi Storage Center, LLC), Stacey Henson #6019 (10X10X8) (Levi Storage Center, LLC), Brandy Daniels #7022 (10X10X8) (Levi Storage Center, LLC), Trae Singletary #6002 (5X10X8) (Levi Storage Center, LLC), and Gary Bodiford #1210 (17X40X8) (Levi Storage Center, LLC). Damian Hart # B4 (10X10X8) (71 South Storage), Damian Hart #B16 (8X10X8) (71 South Storage), Miranda Carisle #C16 (10X10X8) (71 South Storage), Miranda Carisle #C16 (10X10X8) (71 South Storage),Charles Funderburg #D5 (5X10X8) (71 South Storage), Richard Williamson D21 (5X10X8) (71 South Storage), Angelia Sullivan #A10 (12X20X8) (71 South Storage),and 2 abandoned units with (O)ccupants (U)nkown @ #A02 (10X20X8) (71 South Storage), #A14 (12X20X8) (71 South Storage). We will meet at Armstrong Storage located at 2084 South Armstrong Avenue Fayetteville, AR which will begin at 11:00 A.M., then travel to 71 South Storage located at 3264 South School Fayetteville, Ar, and then conclude at Levi Storage Center LLC located at 1800 Stirman Avenue Fayetteville, AR for the for the remaining units to begin at 12:15 PM. Please call (479)-571-8700 prior to sale to make sure the balance is still outstanding and viable for sale.
72736015 August 2, 2014

August 2, 2014

ATLAS AUTO RECOVERY, INC & TWIN COUNTY TOWING SPRINGDALE, AR NOTIFYING REGISTERED OWNER OF VEHICLES TO BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION IN 45 DAYS. OWNERS FAILURE TO CLAIM ABANDON VEHICLES BY SEPT 15, 2014 WILL FORFEIT ALL RIGHTS. QUESTIONS PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE AT 479-751-8200.
2003 DODGE DURANGO SPORT
VIN# 1D4HR38N53F590419
1997 GMC JIMMY
VIN# 1GKCS13W1V2520141
2003 TOYOTA AVALON
VIN# 4T1BF28B63U282498
72736228 August 2, 2014

August 1, 2014

RESOLUTION NO. 7-22-14 A
IN THE CITY COUNCIL FOR THE CITY OF BENTONVILLE, ARKANSAS
WHEREAS, a petition was duly filed with the City Council of Bentonville, Arkansas by Russell Schilb, requesting a utility easement vacation within the City of Bentonville, Arkansas be vacated, which said utility easement is described as follows:
From NE corner of LOT 151 of Wildwood Subdivision Ph4 S2d27'1"w 15', thence N87-32-59w 7' to a point of beginning.
From POB N87-32-59w 129.03', S2-16-13w 5', S87-32-59E 129.03', Thence N2-27-1E 5' to the POB.
WHEREAS, Ark. Code Ann. Section 14-301-302(c) provides that the City Council shall by resolution fix a day for the hearing of the petition and shall direct the City Clerk and Recorder to give notice of the meeting, by publication, once per week for two (2) consecutive weeks in some newspaper published in and having general circulation in Bentonville, Benton County, Arkansas.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the City of Bentonville, Arkansas, that the petition to close and vacate a utility easement at the above described property is set for hearing on August 12, 2014, at 6:00 p.m. in the City Council Room of the City of Bentonville, Arkansas, and the Bentonville City Clerk and Recorder is directed to give notice of this meeting by publication as set forth by Ark. Code Ann. Section 14-301-302(c).
The above and foregoing resolution was passed, approved and adopted the 22nd day of July, 2014 at a regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Bentonville, Arkansas.
/s/ Linda Spence
Linda Spence, City Clerk
Bentonville, Arkansas
/s/ Bob McCaslin
Bob McCaslin, Mayor
City of Bentonville, Arkansas
72733692 Aug 1, 8, 2014

August 1, 2014

RESOLUTION NO. 7-22-14 B
IN THE CITY COUNCIL FOR THE CITY OF BENTONVILLE, ARKANSAS
WHEREAS, a petition was duly filed with the City Council of Bentonville, Arkansas by Kevin Sedlacek, requesting a utility easement vacation within the City of Bentonville, Arkansas be vacated, which said utility easement is described as follows:
Part of Lots 8 and 9 of Woods Creek South, Phase 3, City of Bentonville, Benton County, Arkansas, as shown in Plat Book 2010, Page 93 of the Benton County Records, and being more particularly described as:
Commencing at the SW Corner of said Lot 8, thence N69°39'47" E 92.86 feet, thence N15°16'38" W 15.06 feet to the Point of Beginning , thence N15°16'38" W 120.16 feet, thence along a curve to the left, said curve having a radius of 295.00 feet, an arc length of 15.67 feet, a central angle of 03°02'33", and a chord bearing and distance of S88°32'16" E15.66 Feet, thence S15°16'38" E 114.32, thence S69°39'47" W 15.06 feet to the Point of Beginning, containing 1,757.47 square feet.
WHEREAS, Ark. Code Ann. Section 14-301-302(c) provides that the City Council shall by resolution fix a day for the hearing of the petition and shall direct the City Clerk and Recorder to give notice of the meeting, by publication, once per week for two (2) consecutive weeks in some newspaper published in and having general circulation in Bentonville, Benton County, Arkansas.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the City of Bentonville, Arkansas, that the petition to close and vacate a utility easement at the above described property is set for hearing on August 12, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. in the City Council Room of the City of Bentonville, Arkansas, and the Bentonville City Clerk and Recorder is directed to give notice of this meeting by publication as set forth by Ark. Code Ann. Section 14-301-302(c).
The above and foregoing resolution was passed, approved and adopted the 22nd day of July, 2014 at a regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Bentonville, Arkansas.
/s/ Linda Spence
Linda Spence, City Clerk
Bentonville, Arkansas
/s/ Bob McCaslin
Bob McCaslin, Mayor
City of Bentonville, Arkansas
72733713 Aug 1, 8, 2014

August 1, 2014

Author: Pulaski County Attorney's Office
Sponsors: Honorables Bob Johnson, Kathy Lewison, Robert Green, Tyler Denton, Doug Reed, Phil Stowers, Shane Stacks, Paul Elliott, Julie Blackwood, Donna Massey, Curtis Keith, Karilyn Brown, Lillie McMullen and Teresa Coney
Item Number: 14-I-56
Ordinance Number: 14-OR-31
AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE
BE IT ENACTED BY THE QUORUM COURT OF PULASKI COUNTY, STATE OF ARKANSAS, AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED:
AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A DAILY FEE TO BE CHARGED MUNICIPALITIES FOR KEEPING PRISONERS OF MUNICIPALITIES IN THE PULASKI COUNTY REGIONAL DETENTION FACILITY, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
WHEREAS, in the absence of an agreement on jail costs between a county and all municipalities having law enforcement agencies in the county, Ark. Code Ann. sec.12-41-506 authorizes the quorum court to, by ordinance, establish a daily fee to be charged municipalities for keeping prisoners of municipalities in the county jail; and,
WHEREAS, the fee established for keeping municipal prisoners must be based upon the reasonable expenses which the county incurs in keeping such prisoners; and,
WHEREAS, the first day of incarceration is the most costly and personnel intensive; and
WHEREAS, municipalities whose prisoners are maintained in the county jail shall be responsible for paying the fee established by the quorum court; and,
WHEREAS, the current interlocal agreement on jail funding expires in August 2014; and,
WHEREAS, efforts at negotiating a new agreement on jail costs have been unsuccessful; and,
WHEREAS, revenues from the municipalities are vital to funding the continued operation of the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility; and,
WHEREAS, the costs of incarceration are based upon the prior year's expenses and will henceforth be established in January of each year.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE QUORUM COURT OF PULASKI COUNTY, ARKANSAS:
Article 1. The fee to be charged municipalities for keeping prisoners of municipalities in the county jail shall be $245 for the first day of incarceration and $44/day for each subsequent day.
Article 2. "Prisoners of municipalities" are defined as those persons arrested and surrendered to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility by the law enforcement agency of any municipality. If the person is held for trial or sentenced to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility for violating a municipal ordinance, the municipality shall be responsible for paying the daily fee at all times of incarceration. If the person is held for trial or sentenced to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility for a misdemeanor offense, the person remains a municipal prisoner until the date of conviction to serve a term in the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility. If the person is held for trial for a felony offense, the person remains a municipal prisoner until the person is charged with a State offense and bound over to Circuit Court for trial.
Article 3. SEVERABILITY: If any part of this Ordinance is held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect any other portion of this Ordinance.
Article 4. REPEALER. All laws and parts of laws in conflict with this Ordinance are hereby repealed.
Article 5. EMERGENCY CLAUSE. It being necessary to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the citizens of Pulaski County, Arkansas, an emergency is hereby declared to exist. This Ordinance shall become effective immediately upon signature.
ATTEST: /s/Larry E. Crane
DATE: 7/27/14
APPROVED: /s/Buddy Villines
DATE: 7/27/14
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August 1, 2014

Author:Joy Pensinger
Sponsors: Honorables Lillie McMullen, Donna Massey, Teresa Coney, Robert Green, Julie Blackwood, Kathy Lewison and Bob Johnson
Item No.: 14-I-57
Ordinance No.: 14-OR-32
APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE
BE IT ENACTED BY THE QUORUM COURT OF THE COUNTY OF PULASKI, STATE OF ARKANSAS, AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED:
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE 13-OR-66 (2014 ANNUAL BUDGET, PULASKI COUNTY, ARKANSAS) TO RECOGNIZE AND APPROPRIATE DONATION FUNDS AND GRANT FUNDS FOR YOUTH SERVICES DEPARTMENT BUDGETS; TO ADD A NEW GRANT POSITION; AND TO STIPULATE THAT FUNDING OF THE GRANT POSITIONS FOR DEPARTMENT 4047 SHALL NOT BEGIN UNTIL THE CONTRACT PROCESS IS COMPLETED.
Article 1. The 2014 Annual Budget, Pulaski County, Arkansas, as adopted by reference, by Ordinance No. 13-OR-66, is amended as follows:
Revenue from Donations - INCREASE $1,000
Revenue from Donations - DECREASE $1,000
Grant Revenue - INCREASE $75,000
Reserved for Grants - DECREASE $75,000
Article 2. The 2014 Annual Budget, Pulaski County, Arkansas, as adopted by reference, by Ordinance No. 13-OR-66, is amended as follows:
4039 YOUTH SERVICES DONATIONS
Sec. 2, M&O
86 Special Projects - INCREASE $1,000
AFTER CONTRACT PROCESS IS COMPLETED ADD NEW POSITION, DEPARTMENT 4047:
OUR CLUB DIRECTOR,PCN 1, UNCLASSIFIED, ANNUAL SALARY $28,000
4047 YOUTH SERVICES CITY OF LITTLE ROCK PIT
Sec. 1, Personnel
01 Salaries, Full-Time - INCREASE $24,408
02 Salaries, Part-Time - INCREASE $16,272
06 FICA - INCREASE $3,112
07 Retirement - INCREASE $6,005
09 Health/Life Insurance - INCREASE $3,055
10 Workers Comp. - INCREASE $488
11 Unemployment - INCREASE $407
Sec. 2, M&O
86 Special Projects - INCREASE $18,947
4004YOUTH SERVICES
Sec. 2, M&O
86 Special Projects - INCREASE $2,306
Article 3. SEVERABILITY: If any part of this ordinance is held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect any other portion of this ordinance.
Article 4. REPEALER: All laws and parts of laws in conflict with this ordinance are hereby repealed.
ATTEST: /s/Larry E. Crane
DATE: 7/27/14
APPROVED: /s/Buddy Villines
DATE: 7/27/14
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August 1, 2014

RESOLUTION NO. 7-22-14 C
IN THE CITY COUNCIL FOR THE CITY OF BENTONVILLE, ARKANSAS
WHEREAS, a petition was duly filed with the City Council of Bentonville, Arkansas by Rafael Colberg, requesting a utility easement vacation within the City of Bentonville, Arkansas be vacated, which said utility easement is described as follows:
Located in a part of Lot 16 of The Bluffs Subdivision in Bentonville, Benton County, Arkansas, more precisely described as follows:
Starting at a set MAG nail at the Southwest Corner of Lot 16; thence along the South line of Lot 16, South 71 degrees 32 minutes 56 seconds East, 51.57 feet; thence along the existing building setback, utility & drainage easement line, North 32 degrees, 38 minutes, 39 seconds East, 96.42 feet to the true POINT OF BEGINNING; thence along the proposed easement release area the following courses: North 5 degrees, 21 minutes, 21 seconds West, 3.00 feet; thence parallel to the existing building setback, utility & drainage easement, North 32 degrees, 38 minutes, 39 seconds East, 25.00 feet; thence South 57 degrees, 21 minutes, 21 seconds East, 3.00 feet; thence along the existing building setback, utility & drainage easement, South 32 degrees, 38 minutes, 39 seconds, West, 25.00 feet to the true POINT OF BEGINNING containing 0.002 acres more or less.
WHEREAS, Ark. Code Ann. Section 14-301-302(c) provides that the City Council shall by resolution fix a day for the hearing of the petition and shall direct the City Clerk and Recorder to give notice of the meeting, by publication, once per week for two (2) consecutive weeks in some newspaper published in and having general circulation in Bentonville, Benton County, Arkansas.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the City of Bentonville, Arkansas, that the petition to close and vacate a utility easement at the above described property is set for hearing on August 12, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. in the City Council Room of the City of Bentonville, Arkansas, and the Bentonville City Clerk and Recorder is directed to give notice of this meeting by publication as set forth by Ark. Code Ann. Section 14-301-302(c).
The above and foregoing resolution was passed, approved and adopted the 22nd day of July, 2014 at a regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Bentonville, Arkansas.
/s/ Linda Spence
Linda Spence, City Clerk
Bentonville, Arkansas
/s/ Bob McCaslin
Bob McCaslin, Mayor
City of Bentonville, Arkansas
72733836 Aug 1, 8, 2014

August 1, 2014

Author:Joy Pensinger
Sponsors: Honorables Phil Stowers, Curtis Keith, Bob Johnson and Donna Massey
Item No.: 14-I-59
Ordinance No.: 14-OR-33
APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE
BE IT ENACTED BY THE QUORUM COURT OF THE COUNTY OF PULASKI, STATE OF ARKANSAS, AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED:
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE 13-OR-66 (2014 ANNUAL BUDGET, PULASKI COUNTY, ARKANSAS) TO RECOGNIZE AND APPROPRIATE GRANT FUND MONEY FOR TENTH DIVISION CIRCUIT COURT, EFFECTIVE 7/1/14.
Article 1. The 2014 Annual Budget, Pulaski County, Arkansas, as adopted by reference by Ordinance No. 13-OR-66, is amended as follows:
Grant Revenue - INCREASE $74,545
Reserved for Grants - DECREASE $74,545
Article 2. The 2014 Annual Budget, Pulaski County, Arkansas, as adopted by reference by Ordinance No. 13-OR-66, is amended as follows:
1097TENTH DIVISION FINS GRANT
Sec. 1, Personnel
01 Salaries, Full-Time - INCREASE $47,498
02 Salaries, Part-Time - INCREASE $5,689
06 FICA - INCREASE $4,069
07 Retirement - INCREASE $7,851
09 Health/Life Insurance - INCREASE $8,267
10 Workers Comp. - INCREASE $639
11 Unemployment - INCREASE $532
Article 3. SEVERABILITY: If any part of this ordinance is held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect any other portion of this ordinance.
Article 4. REPEALER: All laws and parts of laws in conflict with this ordinance are hereby repealed.
ATTEST: /s/Larry E. Crane
DATE: 7/27/14
APPROVED: /s/Buddy Villines
DATE: 7/27/14
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August 1, 2014

To whom may own a 2002 Dodge Neon VIN: 1B33S65C22D655921, must claim within 30 days from 8-1-14 or it will be sold. 501-268-3538
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August 1, 2014

Public Notice
The Arkansas Department of Human Services (DHS), Division of Medical Services (DMS) is providing public notice of its intent to submit to the Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) a written request to amend the Health Care Independence 1115 Demonstration waiver and to hold public hearings to receive comments on the amendments to the Demonstration.
The State will request amendments to the Health Care Independence 1115 Demonstration waiver to implement the following: (1) Independence Accounts for individuals with incomes above 50% of the federal poverty level (FPL), (2) cost-sharing for individuals with incomes from 50-100% FPL, and (3) changes to the State's non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) benefit for individuals participating in the Demonstration.
Individuals receiving coverage through the Health Care Independence 1115 Demonstration waiver (referred to as "Private Option enrollees ") with incomes above 50% of the FPL will be enrolled in Independence Accounts. Individuals will make contributions to the Independence Accounts of $5 - $25 per month, depending on income. These individuals will use their Independence Account to pay their deductible, co-payments, and co-insurance for health care services, up to the out-of-pocket maximum. Individuals who make at least six timely monthly contributions will be eligible to receive $15 in rollover funds for each month in which they make a timely contribution. Individuals may use the rollover funds to offset Qualified Health Plan (QHP) premiums or the employee contribution to employer-sponsored insurance when they transition out of the Private Option, so long as they remain Arkansas residents.
Individuals who fail to make their monthly contributions will be subject to either co-payments or co-insurance for services they receive. Private Option enrollees with incomes above 100% FPL who fail to make their monthly contributions will pay QHP-level cost-sharing at the point-of-service, like they have under the Private Option in 2014. Private Option enrollees with incomes 50-100% FPL who fail to make monthly contributions will continue to use their Independence Account cards at the point of service, but the State's vendor will bill these individuals for Medicaid level co-payments after they receive the service. Individuals who fail to pay these co-payments will accrue a debt to the State. Any rollover funds the individual has accumulated will be reduced to offset their debt, and the State may seek to collect any remaining debt from the individuals directly.
The State also intends to implement limits on non-emergency medical transportation for all individuals eligible for coverage under Section 1902(a)(10)(A)(i)(VIII) who are not medically frail. Individuals can request trips in excess of the limit through an extension of benefits process.
The State will request the following waivers to implement the changes to the Demonstration:
sec. 1902(a)(14): To enable the State to collect monthly contributions for individuals with incomes between 50 and 138 percent of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL).
sec. 1902(a)(10)(B): (1) To enable the State to offer additional benefits in the form of payments to Independence Accounts to a portion of the demonstration-eligible population enrolled in a Private Option plans; (2) To enable the State to impose targeted cost sharing on individuals in the eligibility group found at Section 1902(a)(10)(A)(i)(VIII) with incomes greater than 50% of the federal poverty level; (3)To enable the State to impose different amounts of cost-sharing on individuals in the eligibility group found at Section 1902(a)(10)(A)(i)(VIII) who are Private Option Enrollees than on individuals who are served through fee-for-service Medicaid; and (4) To enable the State to limit access to non-emergency medical transportation for non-medically frail individuals in the eligibility group found at Section 1902(a)(10)(A)(i)(VIII).
The amendments to the Demonstration will further the objectives of Title XIX by promoting accountability, personal responsibility, and transparency, and encouraging and rewarding responsible choices. The Independence Accounts will also provide stability to individuals as they move into the private market, helping to sustain them in the private market for a longer period of time and, in turn, reducing their reliance on public health care coverage programs.
The amendments to the Demonstration will be statewide and will operate during calendar years 2015 and 2016. The State anticipates that approximately 225,000 individuals will be eligible for the Demonstration, with a significant portion of those individuals participating in the Independence Accounts. The State expects that, over the life of the Demonstration, covering Private Option enrollees will be comparable to what the costs would have been for covering the same group of Arkansas adults using traditional Medicaid.
The Demonstration, including the proposed amendments, will test hypotheses related to provider access, churning, emergency room use, cost-comparability, usage of Medicaid wrap benefits, quality improvement, preventive services, and uncompensated care costs.
The complete version of the current draft of the Demonstration application is available for public review at https://www.medicaid.state.ar.us/InternetSolution/General/comment/demowaivers.aspx. The Demonstration application may also be viewed from 8 AM - 4:30 PM Monday through Friday at:
Arkansas Department of Human Services
700 Main Street
Little Rock, AR 72201
Contacts: Becky Murphy or Jean Hecker
Public comments may be submitted until midnight on September 1, 2014. Comments may be submitted by email to hciw@arkansas.gov or by regular mail to PO Box 1437, S-295, Little Rock, AR 72203-1437.
To view comments that others have submitted, please visit https://www.medicaid.state.ar.us/InternetSolution/General/comment/demowaivers.aspx. Comments may also be viewed from 8 AM - 4:30 PM Monday through Friday at:
Arkansas Department of Human Services
700 Main Street
Little Rock, AR 72201
Contacts: Becky Murphy or Jean Hecker
The State will host two public hearings during the public comment period.
Little Rock
Thursday, August 7, 2014, 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service, Auditorium
2301 S. University Avenue
Little Rock, AR 72204
Webinar:
Topic: Private Option waiver hearing
Date and Time: Thursday, August 7, 2014 5:30 pm, Central Daylight Time (Chicago, GMT-05:00)
Event number: 668 542 885
Event password: ARDHS
Event address for attendees: https://afmcevents.webex.com/afmcevents/onstage/g.php?d=668542885&t=a
Pine Bluff
Friday, August 8, 2014, 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Jefferson Regional Medical Center, Henslee Conference Center, Classrooms J & R
1600 West 40th Avenue
Pine Bluff, AR 71603
Webinar:
Topic: Private Option waiver hearing
Date and Time: Friday, August 8, 2014 5:30 pm, Central Daylight Time (Chicago, GMT-05:00)
Event number: 667 062 139
Event password: ARDHS
Event address for attendees: https://afmcevents.webex.com/afmcevents/onstage/g.php?d=667062139&t=a
Individuals may access the hearing on August 7th and 8th, 2014 by webinar. To participate by webinar, please register at: https://afmcevents.webex.com/afmcevents/onstage/g.php?d=664738225&t=a.
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August 1, 2014

Author:Joy Pensinger
Sponsors: Honorables Bob Johnson, Doug Reed, Lillie McMullen, Tyler Denton and Kathy Lewison
Item No.: 14-I-52
Ordinance No.: 14-OR-28
APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE
BE IT ENACTED BY THE QUORUM COURT OF THE COUNTY OF PULASKI, STATE OF ARKANSAS, AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED:
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE 13-OR-66 (2014 ANNUAL BUDGET, PULASKI COUNTY, ARKANSAS) TO RECOGNIZE AND APPROPRIATE NEW HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT FUNDS RECEIVED THROUGH THE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE COURTS FOR
THE OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT.
Article 1. The 2014 Annual Budget, Pulaski County, Arkansas, as adopted by reference, by Ordinance No. 13-OR-66, is amended as follows:
Revenue from Grants - INCREASE $26,550
Reserved for Grants - DECREASE $26,550
Article 2. The 2014 Annual Budget, Pulaski County, Arkansas, as adopted by reference by Ordinance No. 13-OR-66, is amended as follows:
3026 OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT
Sec. 2, M&O
86 Special Projects - INCREASE $14,550
3040 OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT
Sec. 2, M&O
86 Special Projects - INCREASE $12,000
Article 3. SEVERABILITY: If any part of this ordinance is held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect any other portion of this ordinance.
Article 4. REPEALER: All laws and parts of laws in conflict with this ordinance are hereby repealed.
ATTEST: /s/Larry E. Crane
DATE: 7/27/14
APPROVED: /s/Buddy Villines
DATE: 7/27/14
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August 1, 2014

Author:Joy Pensinger
Sponsors: Honorables Shane Stacks, Robert Green, Kathy Lewison, Teresa Coney, Julie Blackwood, Donna Massey and Bob Johnson
Item No.: 14-I-50
Ordinance No.: 14-OR-26
AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE
BE IT ENACTED BY THE QUORUM COURT OF THE COUNTY OF PULASKI, STATE OF ARKANSAS, AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED:
AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A CONTRACT BETWEEN THE CITY OF LITTLE ROCK AND PULASKI COUNTY, ARKANSAS FOR SANITARY SEWER SERVICE IN THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF THE COLLEGE STATION COMMUNITY AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
Whereas, the city of Little Rock, Arkansas ("Little Rock") owns a sewage disposal works and operates said works through the Little Rock Sanitary Sewer Committee ("the Sewer Committee") and the Little Rock Wastewater Utility ("the Utility") and the City of Little Rock is authorized to contract with another city or political subdivision to provide sewage treatment for that entity to the extent of the capacity of the sewage disposal works without impairing the usefulness of said works to the owners upon such terms and conditions as may be fixed by the Sewer Committee and approved pursuant to law by the respecting contracting parties; and
Whereas, the College Station Suburban Sewer Improvement District No. 243 ("SID 243") proposes to construct a certain sewage collection system in Pulaski County, Arkansas, outside the current city limits of Little Rock and within the boundary of SID 243 to be connected to the City of Little Rock sanitary sewer system since SID 243 does not have the capability of sewage treatment; and
Whereas, it is in the best interest, public health and welfare of Little Rock, Pulaski County, and SID 243 for the extension of sewer service by Little Rock to SID 243, and those parties mutually desire now to enter into agreements for the treatment of sewage upon such terms and conditions as may be fixed by the Sewer Committee and approved by ordinance of Little Rock, ordinance of Pulaski County, and resolution of SID 243; and
Whereas, the City of Little Rock and Pulaski County desire to enter into a certain contract pursuant to law to continue the currently provided services for a period not to exceed thirty (30) years and said contract is attached hereto; and
Whereas, the treatment of sewage in accordance with said contract will not impair the usefulness of the sewage disposal works owned by the City of Little Rock, and the City of Little Rock, by its City Board of Directors, desires to enter into said contract and authorize the Mayor, City Clerk, Sewer Committee and the Manager of the Utility to execute said contract; and
Whereas, the provisions of A.C.A. sec.14-235-212 require approval by an ordinance of Little Rock and the equivalent authority adopted by Pulaski County, and the Sewer Committee has recommended approval of the contract for treatment of the sewage in accordance with the provisions of said contract.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE QUORUM COURT
OF PULASKI COUNTY, ARKANSAS:
Article 1. That the contract between the City of Little Rock and Pulaski County for sanitary sewer service by the City of Little Rock, for the treatment of sewage from the College Station unincorporated area of the College Station Community, subject to the charges, collections and all provisions contained in the applicable Little Rock sewer ordinances in effect, as well as any ordinance of Pulaski County, Arkansas, and as amended or changed in the future during the term of this contract, or any extensions thereof, is hereby approved. A copy of the contract will be on file with the Pulaski County Clerk, and available for inspection. The County Judge is authorized to execute the contract.
Article 2. Repealer: That all Resolutions and Ordinances and parts thereof in conflict with any parts of this Ordinance are hereby repealed.
Article 3. Severability: If any part of this Ordinance is held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect any other portion of this Ordinance.
Article 4. Emergency: That since the contract approved by this Ordinance is of great importance to the health and welfare of the citizens of Pulaski County, an emergency is hereby declared to exist and this ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and approval.
ATTEST: /s/Larry E. Crane
DATE: 7/27/14
APPROVED: /s/Buddy Villines
DATE: 7/27/14
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August 1, 2014

PUBLIC NOTICE
THE UPPER SW RSWMD DISTRICT WILL RECEIVE APPROXIMATELY $186,000 FROM ADEQ THAT CAN BE USED FOR RECYCLING. THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HAS VOTED TO APPLY THE MONEY IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER:
USW01-14 37,000 ADMINISTRATIVE GRANT-UPPER SW RSWMD
USW02-14 50,000 MONTGOMERY COUNTY
USW03-14 34,000 HOWARD COUNTY CHILDREN CENTER
USW04-14 65,000 TIRE SHREDDER PROGRAM-UPPER SW RSWMD
ANY PUBLIC COMMENTS MAY BE SENT TO:
UPPER SW RSWMD
P.O. BOX 909
NASHVILLE, AR. 71852
WRITTEN COMMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED FROM AUGUST 1, 2014 THRU SEPTEMBER 1, 2014.
QUESTIONS REGARDING THESE GRANTS MAY BE DIRECTED TO MAX TACKETT @ 870-845-2866
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