The Conway City Council will consider several ordinances Tuesday night, including one that would require a fire permit for any work done in the city that would require a special inspection from the Fire Marshall’s Division for the department.
The need for permit requirements would "better provide life safety protection for our city’s commercial occupancies" according to the proposed ordinance. The permit would be separate from what is required from the Conway Planning Department.
The council will look at this proposal along with 16 other considerations during its regularly scheduled meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the District Court Building.
The council will also consider:
• ammending an agreement for extension on a lease with Snap-On Equipment.
• a resolution requesting the Faulkner County Tax Collector place a certified lien against property located at 612 Third Avenue for incurred expenses by the city.
• an ordinance accepting grant proceeds and appropriating funds for the Historic District Commission to be administered by the Conway Planning and Development Department.
• an ordinance accepting the FY2012 federal funding and appropriating grant revenue funds to the Conway Community Development Block Grant Program.
• the approval the 2012 CDBG recommendations & contracts.
• the acceptance bids for the Museum Road Reconstruction (Oak Street to Halter Road).
• the approval of the nominations of Bill Yates and Anne Tucker for the Planning Commission.
• an ordinance to rezone property located at 1311 & 1317 Bruce Street from R-22A to R-2.
• an ordinance to rezone five tracts of property located along Lollie and Sand Gap Roads from A-1 to I-3.
• an ordinance to rezone property located at 1900 South Amity Road from I-3 to R-1.
• an Ordinance amending the Lock Box Ordinance with regards to elevator/lobby key box procedures for the Conway Fire Department.
• an ordinance authorizing personnel changes within the Conway Fire Department.
• the disposal of certain inventory for the Conway Finance Department.
• the approval the monthly financials reporting ending July 31.
• the acceptance the audit findings provided by Craft, Veach, & Company, PLC regarding federal grants for the City of Conway.