Little Rock city directors voted last week to put a 1% sales-tax rate increase on the Sept. 13 ballot to finance capital improvements and various city operations.

Mayor Mark Stodola had originally proposed a 1.5% hike in the city sales tax from the current 0.5% rate, but reduced the request after a series of public hearings.

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