Jonesboro officials change public hearing date

A public hearing that was scheduled to take place this week, on the City of Jonesboro’s proposed millage rate of 2.5 mills, has been pushed back by a week-and-a-half, city officials announced on Monday.

The town’s leaders issued a public notice, announcing Sept. 6, at 2 p.m., as the new date and time for the public hearing that was originally scheduled to be held this Thursday.

Jonesboro Mayor Luther Maddox could not be reached Monday for an explanation of why the hearing date was changed. Another public hearing already scheduled for Sept. 6, at 6 p.m., will still take place at that time, according to the city’s public notice.

Both public hearings are scheduled to take place in the city council chambers, at the Jonesboro Police Department, at 170 South Main Street, in Jonesboro.

— Curt Yeomans


Mikey 3 years, 8 months ago

Hummmm this wouldn't be because it's a holiday weekend and at 2pm on Monday the residents of Jonesboro may still be on their long weekend vacations. Mayor Maddox you sly dog you!!!


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