A 20-minute meeting was all it took Thursday for the Mountain Home City Council to save the city and its taxpayers a tremendous chunk of change by refinancing outstanding water and sewer bonds. Mountain Home Mayor Hillrey Adams says the move will give the city flexibility in the future.
Adams says the council also heard the second reading of a nuisance ordinance.
In housekeeping moves, the council approved the creation of “funds within incode for donation accounts” for the mayor’s, police, fire and parks donation funds, as well as the L.C. Sammons Youth Center. Treasurer Marshella Norell also received permission to open bank accounts for the funds.
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