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September 23, 2017
The Sentinel-Record/Mara Kuhn INTAKE SITE: The city has preliminary clearance to build an intake near Lake Ouachita's spillway landing area for the 23 million-gallon per day allocation it's currently paying the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to store behind Blakely Mountain Dam.

The Sentinel-Record/Mara Kuhn INTAKE SITE: The city has preliminary clearance to build an intake near Lake Ouachita's spillway landing area for the 23 million-gallon per day allocation it's currently paying the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to store behind Blakely Mountain Dam.

City looks south for plant location

By David Showers
This article was published August 18, 2017 at 4:00 a.m.

The Hot Springs Board of Directors adopted a resolution Tuesday night that designated Lake Ouachita as the city's next water source, but the treatment plant for its 23 million-gallon per day allocation will likely be in the Amity Road area.

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