North Little Rock will extend a revolving credit agreement that was to expire Jan. 31 so it can develop a new 10-year debt financing plan for a city-owned baseball park.

City voters approved a two-year, 1% city sales tax in 2005 to build Dickey-Stephens Park, home for the Arkansas Travelers minor league baseball team. The tax expired Sept. 30, 2007, but the $40.4 million ballpark cost almost $6 million more than expected.

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