Fayetteville City Council Extending Tenant Rights

October 22, 2020


Feedback requested on 8th Street Gateway Park Master Plan

It is not your first park and it wont be your last park, BUT if you want to have a say on 8th Street Gateway Park Master Plan now is your last opportunity.

  • Background – over the past year, over 100 acres of available green space been donated to the city for park development West of the intersection of SW 8th Street and SW I Street
  • Deep Dive – for more information we recommend you check out the link HERE.
  • Your feedback is encouraged

Local Politics

Fayetteville city council meeting

The lovely City of Fayetteville had their City Council meeting last night. One major take away – the city agreed to begin extending tenant rights by ensuring a the habituality and safety of renters.

  • Click here for more information on the full agenda
  • Deep Dive – for more information specifically on the expansion of tenant rights
  • FYI – Arkansas has some of the worst landlord-tenant laws in the country leaving the tenant with minimal to now power. Know your rights.


Walk-on Hudson earns a scholarship

if you have kept up with local sports at all, you should be aware that the Arkansas Football team is off to an exciting start.

  • Background – Arkansas broke its 20 game SEC losing streak two weeks ago by beating Mississippi State Bulldogs.
  • With the teams most recent win on Saturday an even more unlikely defensive player took over the spotlight, Hudson Clark. He was named Freshman defensive player of the week with his three exhilarating intersections against the Land Sharks.
  • If you haven’t heard of him, don’t worry – you aren’t the only one. For your entertainment.
  • Dive deeper – as of yesterday morning, Hudson will become a scholarship player in January for the Razorbacks.

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