LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- More than a year of debate over the I-30 expansion project continued on Tuesday in front of a packed house at the Clinton Library.
The discussion was geared towards the Little Rock City board of directors as they got their first inside look at the highway department's options.
Nearly 300 people piled into the Clinton Library. Many to hear the discussion, others to offer their continued opposition to a plan that appears it will continue to move forward.
If one word could sum up Tuesday night's meeting, it would be 'process.'
"We still know we have a way's to go to work through this process."
The highway department continued their process of mulling over options, while the public continued its process of offering resistance.