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Rogers seeks place for dispatch center

City asks voters to extend sales tax

Emergency response dispatchers work out of a converted jail cell when severe weather hits Rogers.

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Planning Commission OKs development plan for Rogers

The Planning Commission approved an update to the city's growth map Tuesday that aims to ease restrictions to mixed-use development.

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Rogers seeks to build police communication center pending bond approval

Emergency response dispatchers work out of a converted jail cell when severe weather hits Rogers.

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Rogers City Council OKs rezonings for subdivision, nursing home

The City Council approved a rezoning Tuesday that will turn almost 18 acres into a residential neighborhood with homes for lower-income residents.

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Rogers Planning Commission OKs affordable housing rezone

The Planning Commission approved a request Tuesday to create affordable housing in the southeast area of the city despite objections from neighbors.

New fire station to be on ballot in Rogers

Bond issue would also help expand firefighter training center, develop burn building

Voters here will decide next month whether to pay for a new fire station the chief says will increase safety and decrease response times west of Interstate 49.

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Rogers bond issue includes new fire station

Voters will decide next month whether to pay for a new fire station the chief says will increase safety and decrease response times west of Interstate 49.

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Rogers City Council OKs amended door-to-door sales ordinance

The City Council on Tuesday approved changes toa law regulating door-to-door sales to reflect a ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court.

Rogers seeks sales-tax extension

Supporters want voters to pass plan for $240M in projects

Supporters are gearing up for a summer campaign to get Rogers voters behind a proposal to extend a sales tax to pay for $240 million in capital projects from roads to parks.

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Rogers panel OKs large office complex

A city committee approved a development request that will add almost 150,000 square feet of office space to the growing area on J.B. Hunt Drive.

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