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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Wonderland by night: Arkansas River bridges?

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IMAGINE THEM WITH LIGHTS: Little Rock's downtown bridges. - ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ARKANSAS
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  • IMAGINE THEM WITH LIGHTS: Little Rock's downtown bridges.

IMAGINE THEM WITH LIGHTS: Little Rocks downtown bridges.

Mayor Mark Stodola delivers a State of the City address today. I've asked if he'll mention a hot rumor — that Entergy is prepared to announce a $1 million grant to the city to light up the downtown bridges over the Arkansas River.

I'm checking. Sounds good.

UPDATE: Entergy has nothing to report on this front. Nothing from City Hall, either, unless you'd just like to read the mayor's glowing report on Little Rock.

UPDATE II: Nothing to report on bridge lighting today, the mayor says, though he promises I'll be the first to know. Noted.

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