City of Cotter unveils new website

The City of Cotter has a new website. Mayor Mac Maradine says CityofCotter.org has been set up to better inform the city’s residents.

Mayor Caradine says the website has information and history on Cotter, information and photographs of the Anglin-Tinnon Railroad Workers Memorial in Big Spring Park, history and construction photos of the R.M. Ruthven Bridge, photographs of the historical Walnut Hill Cemetery and more. The site also has a calendar for the park showing reservations for the gazebo, pavilion and baseball field and a city meeting calendar showing dates for council meetings, workshops, fire department training, Cotter-Gassville Sewer Commission, “Coffee with the Mayor,” planning and zoning board, Cotter City Court and other city events.

The website also contains a contact page with contact information for city-elected officials, the water clerk, the court clerk, bookkeeping and the public works, police and fire departments. Mayor Caradine also says residents will be kept informed each month under the heading “Agenda.” Citizens can view meeting agendas, minutes, ordinances and resolutions from the Cotter City Council. In addition, residents will be able to download building permit applications, Big Spring Park reservation forms, occupational business license forms, fees and regulations, dog license forms, ordinances, resolutions and municipal codes.

Mayor Caradine says another unique feature will be the mayor’s news and updates on city business. New visitors will see a pop-up allowing them to sign up to receive email updates when new items of business are posted to the website or when the mayor’s news has been posted. For more information, contact the City of Cotter at 870-435-6326.

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