The Cammack Village Periodical February 2019

THE CAMMACK PERIODICAL

Volume 25, Issue 2   February, 2019
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)

 


CITY COUNCIL

The City Council met on Tuesday, February 12th. The Council first reviewed the monthly Financial Report given by Treasurer Thomas and the monthly Police Report given by Chief Powell. Next up on the Agenda the Council approved Ordinance 19-02.  Ordinance 19-02 regulates short term rental and AirBnB type leasing.  To close out the meeting, the Council unanimously voted to appoint Tim Fisk to the vacant Alderman position in Ward 2.

URBAN SERVICE DISTRICT BOARD POSITION OPEN

If you’re interested in serving on the USD Board or if you would like more information regarding the position please contact Alex at City Hall at 501-663-4593 or by email at alex@cammackvillage.org to express your interest.

ANNUAL EASTER EGG HUNT  

The Annual Easter Egg Hunt will be held in Baker Park on Saturday, April 13th at 10:00 a.m.  For more information regarding the Easter Egg Hunt you can visit Neighbors of Cammack. Or if you would like to participate in the preparation stages, helping the day of the hunt, or donate (in the form of treats, candy, or cookies to fill plastic eggs) please contact Alex at City Hall or Ryan O’Malley at neighbors@cammackvillage.org

PET REGISTRATION REMINDER

Don’t forget Cammack Village requires all dogs and cats to be registered with the city. Pet tags are valid for one year and can be purchased at City Hall for $1.50. Proof of vaccination is required before a pet tag can be issued.

CAMMACK VILLAGE POLICE REPORT – JANUARY 2019

There were 9 incidents in the month of January 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: 9 (Note; some incidents involve multiple criminal charges)

1 Theft (cell phone)
1 Fraudulent use of Credit card
1 Harassment
1 Missing Person -Juvenile (located)
1 Disturbance
3 Information reports
1 Natural Death

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