The Sentinel-Record/Richard Rasmussen FIGHTING CITY HALL: Doug Jones, left, president of the Watchmen of Garland County, reads a statement Tuesday in front of City Hall announcing the Concerned Citizens Coalition's intent to gather signatures in support of a referendum against the pending water rate increase. District 9 Justice of the Peace Matt McKee, center, and Difference Makers of Hot Springs President Willie Wade Jr. also spoke against the rate increase.

The Sentinel-Record/Richard Rasmussen FIGHTING CITY HALL: Doug Jones, left, president of the Watchmen of Garland County, reads a statement Tuesday in front of City Hall announcing the Concerned Citizens Coalition's intent to gather signatures in support of a referendum against the pending water rate increase. District 9 Justice of the Peace Matt McKee, center, and Difference Makers of Hot Springs President Willie Wade Jr. also spoke against the rate increase.

Group takes aim at rate increase ordinance

By David Showers
This article was published December 6, 2017 at 4:00 a.m.

The group that mounted successful petition drives against annexation ordinances the Hot Springs Board of Directors adopted earlier this year is circulating a referendum petition on the water rate increase that will take effect next month.

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