A fire ripped ripped through a unit at the begging of June displacing tenants for a week and killing an elderly woman.
The board issues bonds on behalf of the county and Tuesday's meeting was simply a status update on the apartment's situation.
Nothing was decided.
"Essentially representing the county as the issuer for the bonds," said Kelly Conley a member of the board. "Just to understand what's going on. What the status is with obviously Plaza Towers being in technical default. A financial situation."
The board was also briefed on a lawsuit against Valley Heights Apartments by the City of Little Rock. The complex being called a nuisance.
Nothing new happened with the lawsuit.