The price for having a civil engineering firm develop a 20-year master plan for the city of Searcy went up.

The Searcy City Council moved forward Tuesday with the planning proposal, which is estimated to take between 12 to 15 months, agreeing to pay Crafton Tull a $335,000 “fixed fee” for the work, which will include public meetings for input.

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