Crossett voters approved only one of the four initiatives on the ballot in Tuesday’s special sales tax election. The voters narrowly approved a tax proposal to construct and equip two new fire stations but kept their purse strings tied to proposals to build a community center, renovate the municipal building and a half-cent tax proposal fund other projects. The complete, but unofficial result of each of the proposals:

Fire stations
For – 325
Against – 316 against

Community Center
For – 261
Against – 379

Municipal Building
For – 312
Against – 321 against

Half-cent tax increase for other projects
For – 277
Against – 362 against