Tagged: harold boldt

State Audit Finds Problems In Texarkana Development Deal

by Gwen Moritz 2/26/2014 04:34 pm

A state audit of the city of Texarkana's dealing with a hotel and water park developer found numerous apparent violations of state law and has been forwarded to the local prosecuting attorney.

Liens, Looming Audit Put Texarkana Business Park Under More Scrutiny

by Luke Jones 1/20/2014 12:00 am

Since Texarkana rehired its controversial city manager, the financial problems dogging Harold Boldt's economic development projects have only deepened.

$300K in Liens at Texarkana's Arkansas Convention Center

by Lance Turner 11/27/2013 09:22 am

Contractors have filed $300,000 in liens against the Arkansas Convention Center in Texarkana, Ark., owned by Hiren Patel, who's building the project with incentives championed by ousted, then re-hired, City Manager Harold Boldt.

Texarkana Crossroads Business Park Faces Scrutiny

by Luke Jones 7/22/2013 12:00 am

Crossroads Business Park in Texarkana is bristling business. But with former City Manager Harold Boldt gone, there's a trail of questions regarding the city's handling of the project.

Government Can Afford to Raise the Bar (Editorial)

by Arkansas Business Editors 7/22/2013 12:00 am

With the economy still showing a healthy market for employers, government agencies need to do a better job of hiring qualified applicants.

Texarkana City Manager Harold Boldt Ousted

by Luke Jones 3/19/2013 12:13 pm

The Texarkana, Ark., city government has announced that former City Manager Harold Boldt has left his post effective immediately.

Texarkana City Manager Seeks $2M For Park Project

by Luke Jones 12/10/2012 12:00 am

Texarkana's city management is seeking almost $2 million to fast-track a parking lot as part of the planned Holiday Springs Water Park in Texarkana.

Texarkana Convention Center Showdown Ends in Dueling Developments

by Luke Jones 10/29/2012 12:00 am

It was the best of times; it was the worst of times - but mostly the latter. In the mid-2000s, Texarkana's economy was slumping, and city leaders were searching for ways to prod it back to life. What ensued was a development race yielding two convention c