Public Works Committees
Gary Cooper - Chair
PUBLIC MEETING RULES: Committee meetings fall under the same FOIA/Public meeting guidelines as City Council meetings. The chairman should provide the designated administration personnel with the meeting agenda that will be fax to the media as the required public notice to the press. The meeting will be posted on the city’s website. Administrative staff will make available a recording device, such as a tape recorder, backup batteries and blank cassette tape for the meeting. The chairman is responsible to record the meeting. Afterward, the chairman should write the date and committee name on the cassette tape and give the tape to the designated staff member. If the chairman wants the committee’s staff member(s) available, and the meeting is during regular business hours, please contact the mayor to make arrangements.
The Osceola Historic District Commission is in place to ensure the preservation of historic buildings related to the history of Osceola, Arkansas. The Commission operates on grant funds from the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program in collaboration with Main Street Arkansas, both affiliated with the Department of Arkansas Heritage.