Mansfield Mayor Buddy Black is notifying residents of a postponement in the regularly scheduled city council meeting. That meeting was set for Thursday evening, March 19. However due to CDC guidelines of limiting congregations of 10 people or less, Mayor Black is postponing the council meeting for two weeks.
“We will revisit it before then, but tentatively, we will have our Mansfield City Council meeting on April 2 at 7 p.m.” Additionally, the planning commission’s public hearing, which was also scheduled for Thursday, has also been moved to April 7, beginning at 6 p.m.
Additionally, the Library has closed its doors. However, anyone who wishes to check out a book from the library can do so by calling 479-269-2037. When you call, you can let the librarian know which book you want, and it will be brought out to you.
Lastly, Mayor Black shared that city water users will not have their water cutoff, however any bills not paid by the 20th, the traditional shutoff date, will have a $25 reconnect fee added to their next bill.