With hearts full of thanks, we share the latest from Chaffee Crossing. The November 2020 newsletter is full of stories about people and their accomplishments. We hope you enjoy the articles and recognize we are thankful for each and every person behind them.
Building activity in the Fort Smith region declined in October, but the industry is still on pace for annual growth. For the first 10 months of the year, permitted building in the region is up 34.7% from the same period in 2019.
In addition to nature’s fall colors under a sheen of steady rain, a massive water tank on Wells Lake Road owned by Lynn and Mary Merechka is being transformed into a work of art by the Australian husband-wife duo out of Los Angeles known as DABSMYLA.
The University of Arkansas – Fort Smith earned recognition this year as one of the top public universities in the South according to U.S. News & World Report’s annual Best Colleges rankings, ranking No. 18 in the region.
Boy have we got news for you! Leaves and temps are falling but that's not slowing things down in Chaffee Crossing. Check out the October edition of our e-newsletter.
At its October 15 regular monthly meeting, the Fort Chaffee Redevelopment Authority (FCRA) Board of Trustees issued a resolution in support of Issue 1, a proposed constitutional amendment to be decided by voters during the November 3 election period which provides for a current one-half percent fuel tax to become permanent.
The latest issue of The Fort Report includes multiple articles about Chaffee Crossing progress. Don't miss out on the inside scoop.