North Little Rock Notebook

More voting sites

said likely

The Pulaski County Board of Election Commissioners will likely approve additional east side polling locations for the Aug. 9 sales tax referendum in North Little Rock.

At the commission’s meeting on Friday, Pulaski County election officials said the Glenview Community Center was planned to serve as an early voting location. The Rose City Community Center will likely be a voting site on Election Day.

The decision comes after the Pulaski County Board of Election Commissioners removed the Glenview Community Center as a voting site for the May 24 primary election.

North Little Rock will hold a special election on August 9 when voters decide to keep a half percent sales tax for another five years.

The hosts of Seis Puentes

ID card event

The City of North Little Rock will hold an open house to distribute municipal ID cards at 5 p.m. Tuesday at the Seis Puentes office on Camp Robinson Road.

The program is done in conjunction with the Hispanic outreach group Seis Puentes to help immigrants, seniors, and homeless people obtain photo ID. Those unable to attend the open house can make an appointment with Seis Puentes.

“Seis Puentes is grateful for the support of the City of North Little Rock in our mission to empower the Latinx community here in Central Arkansas and proud to be in a city that champions diversity, equity and inclusion,” Raul Fernandez, executive director of Seis Puentes, said in a statement.

Documents required to prove identity include:

• A driving license.

• A US visa with photo.

• Travel documents with photo.

• Certificate of naturalization with photo.

• Permanent resident or resident alien card.

• Two pieces of mail, proving residency.

The fee is $15 per money order only.

Mississippi Band

to title Vibe

Grammy-nominated rock band North Mississippi Allstars will headline the musical series Argenta Vibe from 7-9 p.m. June 24.

The Music Series is a monthly event at Argenta Plaza that brings free music to downtown North Little Rock. Those wishing to attend are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs, as space will be limited. Drinks and outside coolers will not be permitted, with only alcohol purchased from nearby bars and restaurants allowed, according to a press release.

“We are thrilled to welcome North Mississippi Allstars to Argenta Plaza in June,” said Erica Warden, director of sales and events for the North Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau in a statement. “Our May concert for Argenta Vibe Music Series drew approximately 1,000 people to downtown North Little Rock, and we expect to at least double that on June 24.”

Corina C. Butler