THE CAMMACK PERIODICAL
Issue 23, Vol.11 November 2017
City Council Agenda Meetings – 1st Tuesday at 6:00 p.m.
City Council Meetings – 2nd Tuesday at 6:00 p.m.
USD Board Meetings – First Tuesday of Feb, May, Aug, Nov. at 7:00 p.m.
Street Improvement Dist. #1 Meetings – 2nd & 4th Mondays at 6:00 p.m. (if necessary)
The City Council met on Tuesday, November 14th. The Council had three items of new business on the agenda. They first reviewed the yearly audit performed by the Legislative Audit. The audit report contained zero findings and was in 100% compliance with Arkansas financial and fiscal laws. The Council reviewed the Tennis Court Renovation bids. On the recommendations of the Urban Service District Board and McClelland Engineers the Council accepted the bid of Redstone Construction. The repairs and renovations to the courts are expected to be completed by early spring. The Council then adopted Ordinance 17-04. Ordinance 17-04 allows Cammack Village and the Honorable Judge Mark Leverett to establish an agreement to change the location of Pulaski County District Court: Cammack Village Division to Judge Leverett’s Little Rock Court location. This ordinance is only for a change in locations and will not affect the administration of tickets and police procedures.
LIGHTING AT BAKER PARK
Cammack Village welcomes everyone to attend the 3rd Annual Lighting of Baker Park on Thursday, December 7th. This year’s festivities will begin at 4:00 pm. There will be hot chocolate and cookies, a raffle, prizes, caroling by the Jefferson Elementary Choir prior the lighting of the tree, a special appearance by Santa Claus, and more. The actual lighting of the tree will take place a little after dark, which like last year, will be around 5:30. We will also be accepting unopened toys that can be donated to those in need. So please come out and join us as we light up Baker Park this holiday season.
POLICE REPORT – OCTOBER 2017
There were 4 incidents in the month of October in Cammack Village. Please note the following relate to incidents reported and handled by the Police Department and do not necessarily indicate that charges were filed based upon the incidents.
INCIDENTS: 4 (Note; some incidents involve multiple criminal charges)
1 Terroristic Threatening
2 Warrant Arrest
1 Information report
CITY HALL HOLIDAY HOURS
Thursday, December 21rd…………..8.00 – Noon
Friday, December 22rd………………Closed
Monday, December 25th……………Closed
Monday, January 2nd …………………Closed
If you are leaving town for the Christmas holiday and would like the Police Department to keep an eye on your home please contact City Hall to fill out a Vacation Report before December 22nd.