"It's real. This is really affecting people's health, their homes, and their happiness and we gotta' do something about it," said Bailey and Oliver Law Firm Attorney Sach Oliver, who is representing the families. -NWAHOMEPAGE.COM
The cost to extinguish an underground fire at an old stump dump on Trafalgar Road in Bella Vista could be millions more than first estimated, Gov. Asa Hutchinson said Thursday.
KNWA is reporting today on www.nwahomepage.com that Governor Hutchinson has signed a proclamation toward an effort to put out the Bella Vista Stump Dump fire.
Bella Vista is waiting for test results from the EPA concerning the stump dump smoke and fire hazard. 40/29 News reports.
"I just want the smoke to stop," a woman who lives near the stump dump, Diana Harm, told 5NEWS.