Fayetteville bond special election set for April 9, 2019


The Fayetteville Flyer did a story from last night’s city council meeting.

If approved, the 2019 program would generate about $226 million that would be used for road, drainage, trail and park improvements; economic development; construction of a cultural arts corridor and new parking facilities; a new police headquarters; a new fire station; various city facilities improvements; and refinancing outstanding sales tax bonds.

Read the full story here, or go to Fayettevilleflyer.com