LITTLE ROCK, Ark.- Faulker County is looking towards building their new animal shelter for the future.
Faulkner County Civil Attorney, David Hogue says so far the county has more than $1 million in funds to go forward with the project. He says right now, they have about $30k they can begin to use to start the project and that the county will be using funds from a multi-year voluntary tax.
"We are finally getting to a point where we have the money in the account to start doing something with it, which means building an animal shelter, this is a suggested location."
That location is behind the new justice building in Conway. As of now, there is an animal shelter in the city of Conway but not for Faulkner county.
The county says there is no final date yet on when the animal shelter will be breaking ground.
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