Hot Springs, AR - Hot Springs Mayor Pat McCabe today announced his plan to submit an ordinance proposal to the city board of directors for the construction of a border barrier along the city's northwestern border with Mountain Pine. Meth-related crimes are said to be behind the reasoning for the proposal.
McCabe released a statement that reads in part, "When Mountain Pine sends its people, they're not sending their best. They're sending people that have a lot of meth, and they're bringing all that meth with them. They're bringing stolen copper. They're raping animals and some, I assume have teeth."
The city board of directors plans to hold open discussion for the proposal at their next meeting. A coalition of concerned dentists plans on speaking at the meeting to voice support for the ordinance after losing millions of dollars on unpaid tooth extractions from Mountain Pine meth-heads.