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January 2009 DHRs

Friday, January 9, 2009

CID WEEKLY REPORT 1-12-2009

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PREPARED BY: Commander R. Covington Sr.

DATE: January 9, 2009 December 18 THRU January 08,2009


CRIMES AGAINST PERSON

11- THEFT OF PROPERTY

AGGRAVATED ROBBERY
TERRORISTIC ACT
DOMESTIC BATTERY 2ND DEGREE
02- BATTERY 2ND DEGREE

CRIMES AGAINST PROPERTY

COMMERCIAL BURGLARY
07-RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY

02- BREAKING AND ENTERING

NARCOTICS CRIMES

SATURATION REPORT DONE SEPARATELY

OTHER FELONIOUS CRIMES

(2) THEFT BY RECEIVING

(2) FORGERY

(2) WARRANTS PENDING

CURRENT ACTIVITIES:

WE CURRENTLY HAVE 12 OPEN CASES FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY, OF THE 3
CASES; WE'VE MADE 0 FELONY ARRESTS.

OPERATION SAFE WATCH –CITY WIDE

SATURATION OF PROBLEM AREAS

EVALUATING LAST YEARS PERFORMANCE

MAKING CHANGES TO IMPROVE LAST YEARS OUTPUT

PREPARING NEW INVESTIGATORS FOR THEIR NEW ROLES IN THE DIVISION

FUTURE ACTIVITIES:
SCHEDULE MORE ADVANCE TRAINING FOR THE CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS DEPARTMENT

STAFF CONCERNS:

PROMOTIONS AND RAISES FOR INVESTIGATORS

PROVIDE INVESTIGATOR DENNIS COX ADDITIONAL TRAINING

PROVIDE INVESTIGATOR CHANTA MANSFIELD ADDITIONAL TRAINING

PROVIDE INVESTIGATOR MICHAEL B. THOMAS ADDITIONAL TRAINING

UPDATE COMPUTERS IN THE OFFICE OF INVESTIGATIONS

DEVELOP MORE ADVANCE WAYS TO COMBAT ILLEGAL NARCOTIC SELLING WITHIN
THE CITY AS WELL AS OTHER STREET CRIMES.


INVESTIGATOR DATE GALLONS FUEL USAGE
ROY COVINGTON SR. 12/21/2008
12/29/2008

01/02/2009

01/08/2009

20.9
22.0

21.4

21.9

$33.42
$33.00

$34.31

$38.00

DENNIS COX 12/26/2008
12/30/2008

12/30/2008

01/02/2009

01/05/2009

01/07/2009

10.0
13.3

13.3

13.3

8.8

8.3

$15.00
$20.00

$20.00

$20.00

$15.00

$15.00

TOMMY BIVENS 12/30/2008
01/05/2009

11.7
12.0

$20.00
$20.00


TOTAL 155 GALLONS $283.73


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MAYOR - Helena West Helena
P O Box 248
Helena-West Helena, 72342
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Posted by Mayor James F. Valley, Esq. at 1/09/2009 06:28:00 PM  
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Monday, January 26, 2009

CID Weekly DHR 01-26-09


PREPARED BY: Commander R. Covington Sr.

DATE: January 23, 2009     December 09 THRU January 22,2009

 

010907 RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY-THEFT OF PROPERTY

                        ARREST X2 

010908 THEFT OF PROPERTY ARREST X2 WARRANTS PENDING

          FOR REST OF GROUP 

010909 DOM BTTRY 3RD, FALSE IMPRISONMENT, ENDANGER

          WELFARE OF MINOR 1ST DEG, 2ND DEGREE X2, CRIMINAL

          TRESPASS-ARREST 

010910 RES BURGLARY, CRIMINAL MISCHIEF- ARREST 

010910 COMMERCIAL BURGLARY-UNDER INVESTIGATION 

010911 AGGRAVATED BATTERY 1ST DEGREE-

          UNDER INVESTIGATION 

010912 AGGRAVATED BATTERY 1ST DEGREE-WARRANTS

          PENDING 

010913 ARSON-UNDER INVESTIGATION 

010914 POS OF CNTRL SUBST-ARREST 

010915 ENDANGER WELFARE OF MINOR X4 

010916 ENDANGER WELFARE OF MINOR X4, POS OF CNTRL SUBS

          ARREST 

010917 CRIMINAL MISCHIEF- MISDEMEANOR 

 

CURRENT ACTIVITIES:

WE CURRENTLY HAVE 22 OPEN CASES FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY, OF THE 22 CASES; WE'VE MADE 8 FELONY ARRESTS.

OPERATION SAFE WATCH –CITY WIDE

SATURATION OF PROBLEM AREAS

EVALUATING LAST YEARS PERFORMANCE

MAKING CHANGES TO IMPROVE LAST YEARS OUTPUT

PREPARING NEW INVESTIGATORS FOR THEIR NEW ROLES IN THE DIVISION

BIVENS ATTENDED GLOCK ARMOR COURSE

 

FUTURE ACTIVITIES: 

SCHEDULE MORE ADVANCE TRAINING FOR THE CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS DEPARTMENT  

STAFF CONCERNS:

PROMOTIONS AND RAISES FOR INVESTIGATORS

PROVIDE INVESTIGATOR DENNIS COX ADDITIONAL TRAINING

PROVIDE INVESTIGATOR CHANTA MANSFIELD ADDITIONAL TRAINING

PROVIDE INVESTIGATOR MICHAEL B. THOMAS ADDITIONAL TRAINING

UPDATE COMPUTERS IN THE OFFICE OF INVESTIGATIONS

DEVELOP MORE ADVANCE WAYS TO COMBAT ILLEGAL NARCOTIC SELLING WITHIN THE CITY AS WELL AS OTHER STREET CRIMES. 
 

INVESTIGATOR DATE GALLONS FUEL USAGE
ROY COVINGTON SR. 01/14/2009 21.6 $39.00
DENNIS COX 01/09/2009

01/14/2009

01/17/2009

01/21/2009

12.2

11.7

10.0

8.3

$22.00

$20.00

$18.00

$15.00

TOMMY BIVENS 01/14/2009 

01/19/2009

15.2

13.5

$27.50

$25.00

MICHAEL THOMAS 01/02/2009

01/05/2009

01/08/2009

01/10/2009

01/13/2009

01/14/2009

01/17/2009

01/19/2009

13.0

14.4

13.7

14.4

14.2

14.4

13.4

14.4

$26.00

$19.00

$23.00

$24.00

$26.00

$24.00

$26.00

$24.00

CHANTA MANSFIELD 01/22/2009 11.1 $22.34
TOTAL   215.5 GALLONS $380.84
 
 

                                                          


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MAYOR - Helena West Helena
P O Box 248
Helena-West Helena, 72342
870-572-3421 Phone
870-572-5034 Fax
870-817-4035 Cell

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Posted by Mayor James F. Valley, Esq. at 1/26/2009 08:21:00 AM  
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Friday, January 9, 2009

Weekly Code Enforcement Report

January 9, 2009

Code Enforcement Weekly Report

December 29, 2008 – January 9, 2009

 

Department:   Code Enforcement

Date:                 January 9, 2009

Prepared by:  Joshua McIntosh & Patrick Allen

Code Enforcement Officers

 

Special Weekly Activities 12/29/08 – 1/9/09

 

·        824 Franklin- Vernon Felix Requested 2 wk Extension

·        1308 Cherry St.- Olive Finley- Quote to Condemn- Referred to Victor

·        825 Alabama St.- Williams- Requesting Extension (faxed)

·        206 Beech St. Maxine Bynum- stated that property has been submitted to the state.

·        1022/1024 Poplar St.- Sent to state- Pending Auction

·        Otis Turner- requesting 3rd extension Making progress

o       1603 Sulphur Springs

o       1000; 1003; 1009; 1011 College St.

·        Spoke with Richard Beckwith regarding properties; Requesting time to correct problems;

o       305 Lithicum St.

o       1535 Sulphur Springs Rd.

·        301 E. Garland Ave. – Requesting quote to clear debris from sidewalk

o       Received quote from Oscar; Spoke with Mr. Bailey concerning contract

·        Followed up on

o       Jane St. Ohio St. Sulphur Springs Holly St. Franklin St. Sears Ln.

o       Westwood St. Arlington St. Buckeye St.

·        Sent email to Clayton of See Co.

o       Bill board advertising (501) 907-9972

·        Contacted Betty Riley (Shay's Childcare) on Cherrydale-

o       Zoning letter for increase child care number

·        Completed Comparative analysis of dog ordinances

o       Submitted report to council-January 6, 2009

·        Spoke with Vic regarding the status of these properties- Awaiting response

o       Old Little Rock Rd.-Blanca Diaz

o       1023 College- Marva Bobo

o       1302 Cherry St.- Canlas Corazon

 

 

Complaints By Citizens

 

·        562 Kentucky- Dog Brown Bull Master running in street-

·        108B S 9th St. Junk Behind Shed

 

Cited Vehicle

 

·        None

 

Mailed Postcards

 

·        None

 

Fuel

·        Chevy Impala

o       $25.01-16.6gal

 

Mail

·        $11.26

Letters mailed

 

·        110 Jordan St. Vincent Bell

·        203 Jordan St. –Rafe Mitchell

·        404 Helen St. Shandrea Coleman

·        Lot Pt 1S Block 103- Darnell Jones

·        1114 Porter St. M.M. Mayweather

·        705 Miller- Dorothy & Eddie Spencer                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

·        107 Jordan St. – Andrew Davis

·        127 Jordan St. – William & Roxie Siddon

·        717 St. Regis- Bernice Bobo

·        721 St. Regis- Felicia M. Ross

·        207 Jordan St.- Oscar Billie Heard

·        1433 Perry St. – Augustine McKinney

·        207 S 6th St- Merrill Lambert

·        Lot1S1/2 &Lot 2 Block 42- Barbara King Invoice

·        1133 Franklin St.- Benella Armstrong

·        209 Jane St.-Richard & Ruth Armstrong

·        1717 Holly St. Larry Delk

·        107 S Sebastian St.- James English

 

 

Lots with piles of debris

 

·        141 Center St.

·        138 S. 6th St.

·        727 Pecan St.

·        462 Washington St.

·        207 S. Sam St.

·        Jane St. –200 Block

·        58 Lincoln Ct.

·        800Blk Cherry St

·        100Blk E. Park St

·        1030 Arkansas St.

·        216 Beech St.

·        Joe Brady Dr.

 

Approved Condemned House List-

 

·        None

 

Pending Condemned House List

 

·        1429 Holly St. – Carolyn Lockridge,

·        717 Bennet- Steve Moots                                                                                         

·        238 N 7th St.- Robert Lewis

·        909 College St.- Delta Redevelopment Corp of America

·        1503 Franklin St.- Mary Huhnke

·        200 S. Sam St.- JB King

·        837 Alabama St. – Tonya Lee

·        315 S 6th St.- Esselene Meiers

·        1510 Holly St.- Melvin Wright

·        314 Hernando- Daphne Anderson

·        1128 Beech St.- Webster Ovie & Dorothy

·        731 Aaron St.- Warner Helen Barrow

·        1513/1517 Franklin – Garland Ridenour

·        401/403/405/407 Missouri St.- Alex Childs Jr.

·        510 Valley Dr David Braggs

·        305 Lithicum St.- Richard Beckwith

·        1535 Sulphur Springs Rd- Richard Beckwith

·        276 Westwood PL. Freddie Hill & Sadie Hill

·        717 Bennett St.

 

Citation or Affidavit Issued

 

·        322 Market St.- Francis Wilson

·        412 N. Sebastian –Crown Inn

·        503-503.5 Franklin St. – James Holmes

·        927 Walnut St.- John M. & Linda C Broome

·        624 Biscoe- Gerald Coleman

·        Lot 22 Elm St.- Carolyn Sparks

·        741 Liberty- Michael & Etta Arrington

 

Future Weekly Activities

 

·        Get condemnation listing from Daily World

·        Locate all city property

·        Call North Little Rock Attorney regarding nuisance abatement program

·        Continue addressing overgrown lots and dilapidated structures

·        Continue to mail out certified letters to property owners on overgrown lots and dilapidated structures.

·        More Focus on Vehicles out of compliance

·        Focus on liens on property for outstanding Invoices

·        Adopt International Property and Zoning Codes

·        Planning Commission Meeting- January 14, 2009

·        Council Meeting- January 20, 2009

·        Planning Commission Training- Hot Springs March 11,2009

·        EduCode Conference- Las Vegas February 23-27

·        Municipal League Conference- Little Rock January 14-16

·        Historic District Meeting list of Property owners to contact-Pending

o       810 Columbia- Ed & Verna Boyd

o       1321 College St.- Laura Ellenburg

o       522-528 Cherry St. -Dorothy Ellis of California

 

Follow-up Activities

 

·        Followed Up on various properties to close out files before end of year

o       Completed

 

Staff Concerns

 

·              Chevy Impala (2001)

o       Problems with power steering

o       Shutting off

o       Making popping noise when making turns

o       Heat and AC fan cuts off and on

o       Driver window not working

·              Blue Prince Code Enforcement Software or iWorkQ Software

·              Training and Staffing

o       Pending Testing –

§         International property maintenance code Test

§         Zoning Test


Posted by Mayor James F. Valley, Esq. at 1/09/2009 03:54:00 PM  
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Friday, January 23, 2009

Weekly Code Enforcement Report

January 26, 2009

Code Enforcement Weekly Report

January 12, 2008 – January 23, 2009

 

Department:   Code Enforcement

Date:                 January 9, 2009

Prepared by:  Joshua McIntosh & Patrick Allen

Code Enforcement Officers

 

Special Weekly Activities 1/12/09 – 1/23/09

 

·        824 Franklin- Vernon Felix Requested 2 wk Extension- Expired 1/23/09

·        Special City Budget meeting January 13

·        Planning Commission Meeting January 14

·        343 Panama St.-Submitted zoning letter to Curtis Powers

·        1134 & 1136 Beech St.- Final Payment- $76.00 Paid in Full

·        Willie Minor- Final Payment- $54.00 Paid in Full

·        1308 Cherry St.- Olive Finley- Quote to Condemn- Referred to Victor-Pending

·        825 Alabama St.- Williams- Requesting Extension (faxed)

·        214 Buckeye St. – Contacting family regarding trash and lack of water service

·        110 Arlington St. – Virginia Hartley making progress

·        Otis Turner- requesting 3rd extension called & Making progress

o       1603 Sulphur Springs

o       1000; 1003; 1009; 1011 College St.

·        301 E. Garland Ave. – Requesting quote to clear debris from sidewalk

o       Received quote from Oscar; Spoke with Mr. Bailey concerning contract- Cleared Property – Making Progress

·        Followed up on

o       Jane St. Ohio St. Sulphur Springs Holly St. Franklin St. Sears Ln.

o       Westwood St. Arlington St. Buckeye St.

·        Contacted Betty Riley (Shay's Childcare) on Cherrydale-

o       Zoning letter for increase childcare number- Planning Commission denied request due to moratorium.

·        Completed Comparative analysis of dog ordinances- pending submission to Mr. Wilson regarding findings

o       Submitted report to council-January 6, 2009

·        Spoke with Vic regarding the status of these properties- Awaiting response

o       Old Little Rock Rd.-Blanca Diaz

o       1023 College- Marva Bobo

o       1302 Cherry St.- Canlas Corazon

Complaints By Citizens

 

·        Plaza St. Barbar Shop-Dogs at large

 

Cited Vehicle

 

·        1717 Holly St. Toyota Cressida Blue 4dr No Lic No VIN

·        64 Lincoln Ct. Buick Park Avenue Burgundy 4dr Lic; 835DFX No VIN

 

Mailed Postcards

 

·        None

 

Fuel

·        Chevy Impala-White 2008

o       1-22-09-$24.00; 1-16-09-$21.70; 1-15-09-$24.25

 

Mail

·        $11.26

Letters mailed

 

·        1201 Franklin St. Bernard Scoggins

·        Lot 5 Block 44- Ezekiel Young

·        743 Aaron St.- Jordan Redd Sr.

·        353 Prairie St.- Roger & Janet Sanchez

 

Lots with piles of debris

 

·        141 Center St.

·        138 S. 6th St.

·        727 Pecan St.

·        462 Washington St.

·        207 S. Sam St.

·        200Blk Jane St.

·        58 Lincoln Ct.

·        800Blk Cherry St

·        100Blk E. Park St

·        510 W. Park St.

·        1030 Arkansas St.

·        216 Beech St.

·        Joe Brady Dr.

 

Approved Condemned House List from Planning Commission

 

·        717 Bennett St.

·        723 Bennett St.

·        Block 26 Lot 1-3- Adams St

·        276 Westwood Pl

·        1433 Perry St

·        314 Hernando St.

·        204/206/208/210 Don St.

·        Block 44 Lot 5- Franklin St.

·        837 Alabama St

·        401/403 Missouri St

·        731 Aaron St

·        200 S. Sam St.

·        1510 Holly St

·        909 College St

·        1503 Franklin St

·        315 S 6th St.

·        1535 Sulphur Springs

·        1429 Holly St

·        305 Lithicum

·        1022/1024 Poplar St.

 

Pending Condemned House List

 

·        1429 Holly St. – Carolyn Lockridge,

·        717 Bennet- Steve Moots

·        723 Bennet- Lisa Terry                                                                                        

·        238 N 7th St.- Robert Lewis

·        909 College St.- Delta Redevelopment Corp of America

·        1503 Franklin St.- Mary Huhnke

·        200 S. Sam St.- JB King

·        837 Alabama St. – Tonya Lee

·        315 S 6th St.- Esselene Meiers

·        1510 Holly St.- Melvin Wright

·        314 Hernando- Daphne Anderson

·        1128 Beech St.- Webster Ovie & Dorothy

·        731 Aaron St.- Warner Helen Barrow

·        1513/1517 Franklin – Garland Ridenour

·        401/403/405/407 Missouri St.- Alex Childs Jr.

·        510 Valley Dr David Braggs

·        305 Lithicum St.- Richard Beckwith

·        1535 Sulphur Springs Rd- Richard Beckwith

·        276 Westwood PL. Freddie Hill & Sadie Hill

·        21 Lincoln Ct. – Aline Cannon

·        1433 Perry St. Augustine McKinney

 

Citation or Affidavit Issued

 

·        Lot 22 Elm St. – Carolyn Sparks

·        927 Walnut-John M.  & Linda Broome

·        624 Biscoe St- Coleman, Gerald

·        503-503.5 Franklin St- James Holmes

·        741 Liberty St. Michael Arrington

·        412 N Sebastian St Crown Inn- Parul Patel

 

Future Weekly Activities

 

·        Get condemnation listing from Daily World

·        Locate all city property

·        Call North Little Rock Attorney regarding nuisance abatement program

·        Continue addressing overgrown lots and dilapidated structures

·        Continue to mail out certified letters to property owners on overgrown lots and dilapidated structures.

·        More Focus on Vehicles out of compliance

·        Focus on liens on property for outstanding Invoices

·        Adopt International Property and Zoning Codes

·        Planning Commission Meeting- January 14, 2009

·        Council Meeting- January 22, 2009

·        Planning Commission Training- Hot Springs March 11,2009

·        EduCode Conference- Las Vegas February 23-27

·        Municipal League Conference- Little Rock January 14-16

·        Historic District Meeting list of Property owners to contact-Pending

o       810 Columbia- Ed & Verna Boyd

o       1321 College St.- Laura Ellenburg

o       522-528 Cherry St. -Dorothy Ellis of California

 

Follow-up Activities

 

o       None

 

Staff Concerns

 

·              Training and Staffing

o       Pending Testing –

§         International property maintenance code Test                                     Zoning Test


Posted by Mayor James F. Valley, Esq. at 1/23/2009 03:49:00 PM  

Friday, January 9, 2009

District Court Weekly DHR (1/12/09)

WEEKLY DEPARTMENT REPORT

(Period of December 19, 2008 - January 8, 2009)

 

 

Department: Helena-West Helena District Court

Date: January 12, 2009

Prepared by: Linda Danley

 

 

SPECIFIC WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:

Dec. 19, 2008 - January 8, 2009 - Processed civil and small claims actions as received; input traffic violations and criminal actions into court database in preparation for arraignment; and prepared scheduled traffic violations and criminal actions for bench trial.

 

Fri., December 19, 2008 (9:00 A.M.) - Plea/Arraignment & Review Docket

Total number of cases scheduled - 331

 

Wed., January 7, 2009 (9:00 A.M.) - Civil and Small Claims Trials

Total number of cases scheduled - 1 civil; and 1 small claims

 

Thurs., January 8, 2009 (9:00 A.M.) - Bench Trial on Traffic Violations

Total number of cases scheduled - 152

 

Thurs., January 8, 2009 (1:30 P.M.) - Bench Trial on Criminal Actions

Total number of cases scheduled - 34

 

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Breakdown of Traffic and Criminal Actions

Resolved on December 19, 2008

 
NOTE: Due to the large number of cases scheduled for January 8, 2009, disposition of the court on those matters could not be entered into the court database within the time constraints imposed for posting this report. That statistical data will be provided in next week's report. 
 
Jurisdiction: City of Helena-West Helena

Finding

Criminal

Juvenile

Traffic

Total

DM

   

1

1

G

30

2

36

68

NP

15

 

9

24

WQ

1

   

1

WR

1

   

1

TOTAL

47

2

46

95

 
Jurisdiction: City of West Helena-OLD

Finding

Traffic

Total

G

1

1

TOTAL

1

1

 
Jurisdiction: Highway Police "Z" Tickets

Finding

Traffic

Total

G

1

1

NP

2

2

TOTAL

3

3

 
Jurisdiction: Phillips County

Finding

Criminal

Juvenile

Traffic

Total

G

1

1

30

32

NP

3

1

6

10

TOTAL

4

2

36

42

 
ALL JURISDICTIONS

Finding

Criminal

Juvenile

Traffic

Total

DM

   

1

1

G

31

3

68

102

NP

18

1

17

36

WQ

1

   

1

WR

1

   

1

TOTAL

51

4

86

141

 
KEY:

DM - Dismissed

WQ - Warrant Quashed

G - Guilty

WR - Warrant Recalled

NP - Nolle Prosequi

 

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Jail Roster

(December 19, 2008)

 

Defendant

Docket #

Arrest

Date

Release/

Sent. Date

Status/

Disposition

Ewing, Aaron

CR-08-4476

CR-08-4477

Served while in jail on other charges

12/19/08

Plea of not guilty. Cases set for 1/15/09.

Henry, Natasha

TR-08-991

CR-08-1353

CR-08-1354

TR-08-1435

CR-08-3340

CR-08-3341

CR-08-3342

CR-08-3343

CR-08-4398

12/12/08

12/19/08

Plea of not guilty.  Case set for 1/22/09.  Released to her attorney.

Robinson, Janice

CR-08-3016

CR-08-4535

Served in jail after arrest on felony charges.

01/08/09

Plea of not guilty on 12/19/08. Set for trial on 1/08/09.

 

At trial, defendant was

ordered to pay $100 within 30 days on CR-08-3016. Case set for review on 02/12/09.

 

Sentenced to 30 days in jail and given credit for time served on CR-08-4534.

 

 

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Breakdown of the Number of Cases

Entered into the Court Database During the Year (2008)

 

Case Type

# of Filings

Criminal

4,803

DWI

124

Juvenile

148

Ordinance

14

Traffic

4,399

Civil

944

Small Claims

108

Total

10,540

 
 

FUTURE WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:
•Thurs., Jan. 15, 2009 (9:00 a.m.) - Bench Trials on Traffic Violations
•Thurs., Jan. 15, 2009 (1:30 p.m.) - Bench Trials on Criminal Actions 
•Fri., Jan. 16, 2009 (9:00 a.m.) - Plea/Arraignment 
•Mon., Jan. 19, 2009 - Office closed. (Martin Luther King Holiday) 
•Thurs., Jan. 22, 2009 (9:00 a.m.) - Bench Trials on Traffic Violations
•Thurs., Jan. 22, 2009 (1:30 p.m.) - Bench Trials on Criminal Actions 
•Fri., Jan. 23, 2009 (9:00 a.m.) - Plea/Arraignment 
•Thurs., Jan. 29, 2009 (9:00 a.m.) - Bench Trials on Traffic Violations
•Thurs., Jan. 29, 2009 (1:30 p.m.) - Bench Trials on Criminal Actions 
•Fri., Jan. 30, 2009 (9:00 a.m.) - Plea/Arraignment 
 
 
FOLLOW-UP ACTIVITIES
• Enter dispositions into court database of cases brought before the court on January 8, 2009 (Bench Trials) and January 9, 2009 (Plea Day) until completed.
 
• Process civil and small claims actions as they are received.
 
• Input new citations and criminal actions as they are received from the Records Department into database in preparation for court.
 
• Prepare pending actions for trial. 
 
 
STAFF CONCERNS/ISSUES

• Server for the court database system. 





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Saturday, January 24, 2009

District Court Weekly DHR (1-26-09)

WEEKLY DEPARTMENT REPORT

(Period of January 9 - 22, 2009)

 

 

Department: Helena-West Helena District Court
Date: January 26, 2009
Prepared by: Linda Danley
 
SPECIFIC WEEKLY ACTIVITIES
January 9 - 22, 2009 - 
Processed civil and small claims actions as received; input traffic violations and criminal actions into court database in preparation for arraignment; and prepared scheduled traffic violations and criminal actions for bench trial. 
 
Fri., January 9, 2009 (9:00 A.M.) - Plea/Arraignment & Review Docket
Total number of cases scheduled - 482
 
Thurs., January 15, 2009 (9:00 A.M.) - Bench Trials on Traffic Violations
Total number of cases scheduled - 54
 
Thurs., January 15, 2009 (1:30 P.M.) - Bench Trials on Criminal Actions
Total number of cases scheduled - 39 
 
Fri., January 16, 2009 (9:00 A.M.) - Plea/Arraignment & Review Docket
Total number of cases scheduled - 390
 
Wed., January 21, 2009 (9:00 A.M.) - Civil and Small Claims Trials
Total number of cases scheduled - 14 civil actions
 
Thurs., January 22, 2009 (9:00 A.M.) - Bench Trial on Traffic Violations 
Total number of cases scheduled - 113
 
Thurs., January 22, 2009 (1:30 P.M.) - Bench Trial on Criminal Actions 
Total number of cases scheduled - 29
 

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Breakdown of Traffic and Criminal Actions

Resolved during the period of January 8 - 22, 2009

 

Jurisdiction: City of Helena-West Helena

Finding

Criminal

DWI

Juvenile

Traffic

Total

BF

3

   

50

53

DM

24

   

23

47

G

85

10

2

159

256

NG

3

3

   

6

NP

22

 

1

25

48

PRB

     

2

2

TF

14

     

14

WQ

6

     

6

TOTAL

157

13

3

259

432

 
 
Jurisdiction: City of West Helena-OLD

Finding

Criminal

Traffic

Total

DM

 

1

1

G

2

 

2

TOTAL

2

1

3

 
 
Jurisdiction: Game & Fish

Finding

Criminal

Total

BF

2

2

TOTAL

2

2

 
 
Jurisdiction: Phillips County

Finding

Criminal

DWI

Juvenile

Traffic

Total

BF

2

 

2

44

48

DM

33

   

21

54

G

16

5

 

43

64

NP

2

 

2

9

13

PRB

     

12

12

TOTAL

53

5

4

129

191

 
 
ALL JURISDICTIONS

Finding

Criminal

DWI

Juvenile

Traffic

Total

BF

7

 

2

94

103

DM

57

   

45

102

G

103

15

2

202

322

NG

3

3

   

6

NP

24

 

3

34

61

PRB

     

14

14

TF

14

     

14

WQ

6

     

6

TOTAL

214

18

7

389

628


 
KEY:

BF - Bond Forfeit

NP - Nolle Prosequi

DM - Dismissed

PRB - Probation

G - Guilty

TF - Transferred

NG - Not Guilty

WQ - Warrant Quashed

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Jail Roster

(January 9 - 22, 2009)

 

Defendant

Docket #

Arrest

Date

Release/

Sent. Date

Status/

Disposition

Bell, Aubrey Jamar

CR-07-2314

CR-08-1288

CR-08-1369

CR-08-1648

CR-08-1650

CR-08-1881

CR-08-2052

CR-08-2053

01/16/09

01/16/09

Plea of guilty on CR-08-1881, CR-08-2052, and CR-08-1288. Prior sentence of probation was revoked and defendant was sentenced to 1 year in jail on CR-07-2314 and CR-08-1288. (Appeal bond - $8,000)

 

Ordered to pay outstanding fines+cost ($640) on CR-08-1881 and to 30 days in jail on CR-08-2052. (Appeal bond - $640)

 

Remaining charges are to be transferred to Circuit Court. Review date 02/06/09.

Harvey, Nicholas

CR-08-2747

CR-09-88

01/16/09

01/22/09

Plea of not guilty on 1/16/09. Set for trial on 01/22/09. Plea of guilty at trial. Sentenced to probation; ordered to pay fines+cost totaling $210; and sentenced to 7 days in jail with credit for 7 days served.

Hogan, George

CR-08-4483

CR-08-4484

CR-08-4485

Served while being held in jail for Brinkley.

01/09/09

Plea of not guilty on 1/09/09. Trial set for 01/22/09 and released O.R.

 

Johnson, Keynon

CR-08-5072

12/26/08

01/09/09

Plea of guilty. Sentenced to 15 days in jail with credit for 15 days served.

Nealy, Ira

CR-09-43

CR-09-44

CR-09-45

CR-09-46

CR-09-47

CR-09-48

01/05/09

 

Plea of not guilty to all charges. All charges to be transferred to Circuit Court. Review date 02/06/09. (Appearance Bond - $47,000)

Nelson, Dale Jr.

CR-09-11

12/24/08

01/09/09

Plea of guilty. Sentenced to 17 days in jail with credit for 17 days served. Ordered to pay fines+cost totaling $205; to stay out of Wal-Mart; and attend theft workshop.

O'Neal, Brandon

CR-08-4092

CR-08-3342

CR-08-4194

CR-08-4195

TR-09-142

TR-09-143

01/11/09

01/16/09

Plea of guilty. Ordered to pay fines+cost totaling $1,500. Sentenced to 90 days in jail.

 

NOTE: Brought back to court on 01/22/09. Balance of jail sentence was suspended on condition of six (6) months probation.

Pryor, Lee Andrew

CR-08-1133

CR-08-2743

CR-08-2744

CR-08-2745

CR-08-3453

CR-08-3454

CR-08-3455

CR-08-3456

Served while in jail on after charges.

01/15/09

Plea of not guilty on 1/09/09. Trial set for 01/15/09. Plea of guilty at trial. Sentenced to 90 days in jail with credit for 90 days served.

Risper, Jamarcus

CR-09-8

01/04/09

01/15/09

Plea of not guilty on 01/09/09. Found guilty at trial on 01/15/09. Ordered to pay fines+cost totaling $205; sentenced to six (6) months probation; 11 days in jail with credit for 11 days served; and ordered to attend anger management workshop.

Suggs, Charles

TR-09-45

01/08/09

01/09/09

Plea of guilty. Ordered to pay fines+cost totaling $180 and sentenced to 2 days in jail with credit for 2 days served.

Thomas, Lawanda

CR-08-5075

12/11/08

01/09/09

Plea of no contest. Sentenced to 31 days in jail with credit for 31 days served.

Wilson, Charles

CR-06-2308

CR-06-2309

CR-06-2310

CR-06-3265

CR-06-3266

CR-07-246

01/12/09

01/16/09

Plea of guilty to all charges. Ordered to pay fines+cost totaling $975 and weapon ordered held and disposed of in accordance with State law.

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FUTURE WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:
•Thurs., Jan. 29, 2009 (9:00 a.m.) - Bench Trials on Traffic Violations
•Thurs., Jan. 29, 2009 (1:30 p.m.) - Bench Trials on Criminal Actions 
•Fri., Jan. 30, 2009 (9:00 a.m.) - Plea/Arraignment
 
 
FOLLOW-UP ACTIVITIES
• Enter dispositions into court database of cases brought before the court on January 23, 2009 (Plea Day) until completed.
 
• Process civil and small claims actions as they are received.
 
• Input new citations and criminal actions as they are received from the Records Department into database in preparation for court.
 
• Prepare pending actions for trial. 
 
 
STAFF CONCERNS/ISSUES

• Server for the court database system. 






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Friday, January 9, 2009

East Department Weekly DHR 1/12/09

East Water Weekly Report DHR 1/12/09
Weekly Department Report
Date: 1/9/09
Prepared by: Terry McGinister
Specific Weekly Activities 12/19/08 - 1/08/09
Monthly meter readings
Cleaned storm drains with city workers
Checked sewer lift stations
Flushed fire hydrants on Springdale Road and Hwy 44
Pulled Pump #2 at sewer lift station #9
Cleaned out baskets at sewer lift stations
Unstopped sewer mains on Waverly Wood, Market, Porter and Military Road
Unloaded chemical truck at the plant
Future Weekly Activities
Station rehab
Follow up Activities
Putting riprap on levees at the ponds
Staff Concerns/Issues
Scheduling classes for all employees to attend to have enough hours to renew their licenses
Posted by Mayor James F. Valley, Esq. at 1/09/2009 11:39:00 AM  


Friday, January 23, 2009

East Water Department Weekly DHR 1-26-09

 
 
East Water Weekly Report DHR  1/26/09
 
 
Weekly Department Report
Date: 1/23/09
Prepared by: Terry McGinister
 
Specific Weekly Activities 1/09/09 -1/22/09
 
Monthly reading and cutoffs
Checked lift stations
Pulled pump #1 and #2 at lift station #9
Replaced drive shaft on pump #1 at lift station #3
Repaired 2 inch  water line on Newman Drive,Monroe and Ohio Street
Repaired fire hydrant on Hwy 44 and Hwy 242
Unstopped sewer main on Military Road, McDonough, Pecan, Walnut and Oak Forest
Garrison Machine Shop repaired beam at lift station #3
Lift station #9 sent pump to Jack Tyler Engineering repair shop in Little Rock for repairs
Repaired water leak on Walnut Street
Installed repaired pump #2 at lift station #9
Hooked up bypass pump at lift station #9 pumps are down
 
Future Weekly Activities
Replace suction valve and pump at lift station #3
 
Follow up Activities
Finish putting riprap on levees at the ponds,finish installing bypass hook-up at the remaining lift stations
 
Staff Concerns/Issues
Scheduling classes for all employees to attend to have enough hours to renew their licenses
 
 
Posted by Mayor James F. Valley, Esq. at 1/23/2009 02:25:00 PM  


Thursday, January 29, 2009

Weekly Fire Department Report

Weekly Department Report

Department:    Fire

Date:        1/23/09

Prepared by:    Chief Reginald Wilson

Specific Weekly Activities:

East Side Runs:

1/10/09-1170-1174-1168-1158 Ohio Street – Structure Fire

1/10/09-Mistletoe Ln. & Neil Road – Structure Fire

1/17/09-1504 Old Little Rock Road – Structure Fire

West Side Runs:

1/13/09-214 Nth Baringo-Structure Fire

1/13/09-PC306-Structure Fire

1/14/09-McDonald's-Car Fire

1/14/09-140 E. Baldwin-Structure Fire

1/15/09-551 South Ridge-Structure Fire

1/16/09-338 South 8th-Structure Fire

1/16/09-626 Plaza-Good Intent 

1/17/09-1243 Hwy 49 West-Structure Fire

1/18/09-2nd and Center-Grass Fire

1/19/09-3337 P C 300-Trash Fire

1/19/09-219 Navijo-Electrical Fire

1/19/09-326 Hernando-False Alarm

1/22/09-108 N 4th-Good Intent

Future Activities

***Schedule Fire Inspections in Helena – West Helena 

Follow Up Activities

***U.S.D.A. CF Grant Approved for the Fire Department

***U.S.D.A. CF Grant Submitted for Police Department

***USDA Inspections of Fire Dept. and Community Center Done 

Staff Concerns /Issues:

***2 Firefighters out on Military Leave

-Franklin Tyner

-Demarcus Foreman

***One Auxiliary Firefighter Being Added

-Demeon Starks

***3 Firefighters Attending the Arkansas Fire Academy Standard's Class January 4, 2009

-Tremain Lewis

 

HELENA –WEST HELENA

Fire Department Gas

UNIT#

DATE

GALLONS

FILLED BY

DATE

GALLONS

FILLED BY

DATE

GALLONS

TOTAL

F-1

1/10/09

15

KC

         

55.2

 

1/14/09

6.8

F-45

           
 

1/16/09

16.8

DF

           
 

1/21/09

16.6

LS

           
                   

F-2

1/10/09

23.0

F-2

         

68.2

 

1/15/09

22.2

F-2

           
 

1/20/09

23

F-2

           
                   

F-3

1/13/09

9

KC

         

20.7

 

1/20/09

11.7

F-45

           
                   
                   

#5

1/17/09

11.9

F-45

         

27

 

1/23/09

15.1

F-45

           
                   
                   

#8

1/13/09

15.2

JS

         

56.4

 

1/19/09

10.6

RS

           
 

1/21/09

18.3

TH

           
 

1/23/09

12.3

RS

           
                   
                   
                   

GAS CANS

                 

TOTAL

     

227.5

Posted by Department Heads at 1/29/2009 04:23:00 PM  

Monday, January 12, 2009

Fire Department Weekly DHR -1-12-2009

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Weekly Department Report

Department: Fire

Date:  1/9/09

Prepared by: Chief Reginald Wilson

Specific Weekly Activities:

East Side Runs:

No Runs on East Side

West Side Runs:

12/30/08-214 Nth 11th-Structure Fire

12/31/08-215 Jane St. (Trash Rubbish)

1/01/09-113 Navijo-Structure Fire

1/02/09-339 N. 3rd-Burned Electrical outlet

1/03/09-2426 Hwy 49-Alarm

1/03/09-124 N. 3rd-Grass Fire

1/04/09-137 Anderson-Public Service

1/06/09-617 Beechwood-Structure Fire

1/08/09-201 N. 1st-False Alarm

1/08/09-W. Russell & Sam-False Alarm

Future Activities

***Schedule Fire Inspections in Helena – West Helena

Follow Up Activities

***U.S.D.A. CF Grant Approved for the Fire Department

***U.S.D.A. CF Grant Submitted for Police Department

***USDA Inspections of Fire Dept. and Community Center Done  
 
 

Staff Concerns /Issues:

***2 Firefighters out on Military Leave

-Franklin Tyner

-Demarcus Foreman

***One Auxiliary Firefighter Being Added

-Demeon Starks

***3 Firefighters Attending the Arkansas Fire Academy Standard's Class January 4, 2009

-Tremain Lewis

-Marquis Johnson

-Demarcus Borum 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

HELENA –WEST HELENA

Fire Department Gas

UNIT# DATE GALLONS FILLED BY DATE GALLONS FILLED BY DATE GALLONS TOTAL
F-1 1/5/09 15.6 F-45           15.6
                   
                   
                   
F-2 1/5/09 22 F2           22
                   
                   
                   
F-3 1/7/09 11 K. Clemons           11
                   
                   
                   
#5 1/8/09 13.5 F45           13.5
                   
                   
                   
#8 1/2/09 14.1 P. Watson 1/7/09 6.2 R. Smith 1/8/09 12.8 33.1
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
GAS CANS 1/8/09 4.1 B. Hartsfield           4.1
TOTAL       99.3

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Friday, January 9, 2009

LANDFILL WEEKLY DHR 1-12-2009

                       WEEKLY Department Head Meeting 

   Department: Helena West Helena Regional Landfill

 Date: Jan. 12, 2009

 Prepared By: Bob Gaston 
 

 Specific Weekly Activities: 

 Employees Tommy and Larry come in at 6:30am to start equipment and                           do daily maintenance; Donna comes in at 7:00am and turns on computer.

 Terry arrives at 8:00am and checks his equipment and starts hauling dirt.

 Once Larry has the working face and road ready he lets Donna start sending trucks down. Donna weighs the trucks and sends the trucks to the cell. Once the truck has emptied the driver returns and is weighed. Mary prints a ticket and the driver comes in and signs the ticket, the driver receives a copy. Each truck goes through this process each time. Donna also does random inspections on a daily basis. As the waste is placed in the cell the process of compacting begins. We start lunches at 10:00 am and go thru 12:00. After lunch Terry begins placing dirt around the working face so we can cover. Trucks are allowed to enter landfill until 3:30pm. After the last truck is weighed out Mary begins adding tickets and balancing with the computer and printing reports.

 Donna is usually finished by 4:00pm. After the last truck leaves the process of finishing compacting and covering begin. This normally takes about one and half hours. Each day someone checks the leechate pumps and tanks. We have part time help to take care of litter, grass, office, scales, and other task. We maintain a daily maintenance log on all equipment and make sure hourly maintenance is maintained.

We work during all weather conditions and wet weather adds to the over time. Most weather damage repair is done on Sat. 
 

 Future Activities: 

  1. Work on drainage.
  2. Build clean-out pad.
  3. Seed bare spots on west side of closed cell.
  4. Building road for wet weather area.
  5. Check cost for leechate line.
  6. Working on waste stream report.
  7. Quarterly gas report.
  8. Working on 2008 and 2009 budgets.
 
 

    Activities Completed: 
     

  1. ADEQ inspection on Nov. 20, 2008. Zero violations.
  2. Regular maintenance on Volvo and Dozers completed.
  3. Fire plug moved and water connected.
  4. Watering for seeded area complete.
  5. Report from PI completed.
  6. Weather road completed.
  7. Patched holes in front of scales.
  8. Training complete on heavy equip.
  9. Quarterly gas monitoring completed.
 
 
 
 

    Staff Concerns/ Issues; 

  1. None

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MAYOR - Helena West Helena
P O Box 248
Helena-West Helena, 72342
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870-572-5034 Fax
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Posted by Mayor James F. Valley, Esq. at 1/09/2009 06:35:00 PM  


Friday, January 23, 2009

LANDFILL WEEKLY DHR 1-26-2009

WEEKLY Department Head Meeting

Department: Helena West Helena Regional Landfill

Date: Jan. 26, 2009

Prepared By: Bob Gaston

Specific Weekly Activities:

Employees Tommy and Larry come in at 6:30am to start equipment and do daily maintenance; Donna comes in at 7:00am and turns on computer.

Terry arrives at 8:00am and checks his equipment and starts hauling dirt.

Once Larry has the working face and road ready he lets Donna start sending trucks down. Donna weighs the trucks and sends the trucks to the cell. Once the truck has emptied the driver returns and is weighed. Mary prints a ticket and the driver comes in and signs the ticket, the driver receives a copy. Each truck goes through this process each time. Donna also does random inspections on a daily basis. As the waste is placed in the cell the process of compacting begins. We start lunches at 10:00 am and go thru 12:00. After lunch Terry begins placing dirt around the working face so we can cover. Trucks are allowed to enter landfill until 3:30pm. After the last truck is weighed out Mary begins adding tickets and balancing with the computer and printing reports.

Donna is usually finished by 4:00pm. After the last truck leaves the process of finishing compacting and covering begin. This normally takes about one and half hours. Each day someone checks the leechate pumps and tanks. We have part time help to take care of litter, grass, office, scales, and other task. We maintain a daily maintenance log on all equipment and make sure hourly maintenance is maintained.

We work during all weather conditions and wet weather adds to the over time. Most weather damage repair is done on Sat.

Future Activities:

1. Work on drainage.

2. Build clean-out pad.

3. Seed bare spots on west side of closed cell.

4. Building road for wet weather area.

5. Check cost for leechate line.

6. Working on waste stream report.

7. Quarterly gas report.

8. Employee certification.

9. Spray for winter weeds.


Activities Completed:

1. ADEQ inspection on Nov. 20, 2008. Zero violations.

2. Regular maintenance on Volvo and Dozers completed. 

3. Oil samples taken for analysis report.

4. Watering for seeded area complete.

5. Report from PI completed.

6. Weather road completed.

7. Patched holes in front of scales.

8. Training complete on heavy equip.

9. Quarterly gas monitoring completed.


Staff Concerns/ Issues;

1. None 

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Monday, January 12, 2009

DHR Parks and Recreation 1-12-2009

Weekly Report

Department: Parks and Recreation

Date: 1-12-09

Prepared by: B. O'Shea Burrell


 

Specific Activities

Monday 1-5-09

Daily cleaning at HWHCC

After school tutorial 3:30p-5p

Open play adult basketball 6:30p-9p

Revised rental agreement for HWHCC


 

Tuesday 1-6-09

Daily cleaning at HWHCC

After school tutorial 3:30-5p

Girl's basketball 5:30-close


 

Wednesday 1-7-09

Daily cleaning at HWHCC

After school tutorial 3:30-5p

Volleyball 6:30p-close


 

Thursday 1-8-09

Meet with Rural Development

Daily Cleaning HWHCC

After school tutorial 3:30p-5p

Kick off relay for life @ Malco

Girl's Basketball 5:30p-close


 

Friday 1-9-09

Daily cleaning at HWHCC


 

Future Weekly Activities:

  • Youth boy's basketball registration
  • Grizzlies' game trip
  • Gravel on cart paths at golf course
  • Repairs at N. Helena Stadium (Via Alco Edwards)
  • Cleaning of weed at Washington St. Park (Via Street Department)
  • Cleaning fence row at N. Helena Park (Via Street Department) 
  • Remove Stumps at N. Helena Park (Via Street Department)


     


     

    Follow up Activities:

    • Girl's basketball finals
    • Boy's basketball registration


       

      Staff Concerns/Issues:

Continue to need security in the afternoons (3-9p)

Posted by Mayor James F. Valley, Esq. at 1/12/2009 09:38:00 AM  


Friday, January 23, 2009

DHR 1-26-09 PARKS AND RECERATION

Weekly Report

Department: Parks and recreation

Date: 1-26-09

Prepared by: B. O'Shea Burrell

Specific Activities

Monday 1-12-09

Daily cleaning @ HWHCC

Removed stumps @ N. Helena

Cleaned Fence row @ N. Helena and removed debris 

Tutorial 3:30-5:00p

Open play basketball

Tuesday 1-13-09

Daily cleaning @ HWHCC

Tutorial 3:30-5:00p

Game Night 5:30-close

Wednesday 1-14-09

Daily Cleaning @ HWHCC

Tutorial 3:30-5:00p

Open play 6:00p-close

Continue cleaning at N. Helena

Repairs @ Gene Bearden Stadium (Alco Edwards)

Thursday 1-15-09

Cleaning @ HWHCC

Tutorial 3:30-5:00p

Game Night

Friday 1-16-09

Daily Cleaning @ HWHCC

Monday 1-19-09

Holiday-Closed

Tuesday 1-20-09

Daily cleaning @ HWHCC

Raked Leaves at N. Helena 

Meet with sales rep. from Bad Boys Lawn Mowers

Tutorial 3:30-5:00p

Game Night 5:30-close

Wednesday 1-21-09

Continue to remove leaves at N. Helena

Daily cleaning at HWHCC

Tutorial 3:30-5:30p

Open play at HWHCC 6:00p-close

Thursday 1-22-09

Cut grass at Washington Street

Continue to remove leaves at N. Helena

Continue repairs at Gene Bearden Stadium

Tutorial 3:30-5:00p

Game Night

Friday 1-23-09

Daily cleaning at HWHCC

Continue cleaning at N. Helena

Continue cutting grass at Washington Street

Future Activities

  • Youth boy's basketball registration
  • Grizzlies' game trip
  • Gravel on cart paths at golf course
  • Repairs at N. Helena Stadium (Via Alco Edwards)
  • Order score board for Gene Bearden Stadium
  • Order baseball equipment 
  • Cleaning fence row at N. Helena Park (Via Street Department) 
  • Order equipment for game room
  • Light out front need to be taped up.
    Surge protector in computer room.
    Need power outlet in Mrs. Tracy office behind stereo system.
    Need outlet cover in laundry room 
    Cover need on switch in light room
    Chairs need to be moved out of light room
    Check fire extinguisher every month and Initial after inspection
    Fire extinguisher need to be replaced in light room.
    Evacuation plan needed by entrance door.
    Surge cover in men bathroom

  • Arkansas Parks and Rec. Conference@ Pargould AR. (February 9-11)
  • 1.Parker
  • 2.Davis
  • 3.Tyler
  • 4. Carter

  • Burrell


     

Staff Issues and Concerns

Security at HWHCC

Posted by Mayor James F. Valley, Esq. at 1/23/2009 11:53:00 AM  


Friday, January 9, 2009

Police (DHR) January 12, 2009

HELENA-WEST HELENA POLICE DEPARTMENT

"WE SERVE, WE CARE"

 

 

DATE: JANUARY 12, 2009

REPORTING DATES: DECEMBER 18- JANUARY 7, 2009

PREPARED BY: OFFICE MANAGER / RECORDS

 

CRIME DATA         

Disturbance: 96

Burglary: 05

Stolen Vehicle: 01

Escort: 43

Alarm: 26

Call for Police: 50   

Missing Person: 00

 

COMMUNICATION CENTER:

CALL INTAKE:

CENTER: 994

911: 316

COLLECTIONS $15,161.06

 

OFFICER CONTACTS:      

Tickets: 168

Arrest: 31

Warrants: 12    

Affidavit: 03   

Reports: 47

Accidents: 06

Building Checks: 1,080

Officer Response / Contacts: 994                     

 

 

TICKETS: (Target Violations)

D.W.I.: 17

Suspended D/L: 34        

Possession of Control Substance: 8  

Speeding: 55                                                   

Loud Music: 10       

Seat Belt: 48

Stop Sign Violation: 33

Warning Tickets: 38

 

 

 

OFFICERS /WEEKLY GAS REPORT:

$1,797.25

 

SPECIFIC WEEKLY REPORT:

TRAINING / EASTSIDE COURT ROOM/ JANUARY 15, 2009

 

 

FUTURE WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:

COMMUNITY PROJECT / SENIOR SAFETY CLUB / JANUARY 22, 2009

 

 

FOLLOW UP ACTIVITIES:

TRAINING: OFFICER ACOSTA AND OFFICER YANT WILL RECEIVE TRAINING AT THE ARKANSAS LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING ACADEMY FOR THE PERIOD OF TWELVE WEEKS

 

 

TRAINING: ON DECEMBER 30, 2008 H-WHPD CERTIFIED 13 PART-TIME OFFICERS GRADUATION WAS HELD AT THE WEST HELENA HOUSING AUTHORITY COMMUNITY CENTER

 

 

 

VEHICLES / REPAIRS / FLEET MANAGEMENT:

UNIT 11 / REPAIR / TRANSMISSION

UNIT 12 / REPAIR / TRANSMISSION

UNIT 14 / REPAIR / FUEL PUMP

UNIT 15 / REPAIR / MOTOR

 

 

 

 

PATROL:

SHIFT 1/ TARGET AREAS:

16 DISTURBANCES

17 CITATIONS

07 MISD ARREST

18 TRAFFIC STOPS

 

 

SHIFT 2 / TARGET AREAS:

12 DISTURBANCES

04 CITATIONS

05 MISD ARREST

442 BUILDING CHECKS

 

 

 

SHIFT 3 / TARGET AREAS:

26 DISTURBANCES

132 CITATIONS

04 MISD WARRANTS

11 MISD ARRESTS

65 TRAFFIC STOPS

202 BUILDING CHECKS

 

SHIFT 4 / TARGET AREAS:

42 DISTURBANCES

15 CITATIONS

08 MISD ARREST

03 FELONYS

02 DWI

436 BUILDING CHECKS

56 TRAFFIC STOPS

 

STAFF CONCERNS:

DISPATCH CENTER / DVD RECORDER FOR BOOKING ROOM

DISPATCH CENTER / EASTSIDE / COMPUTERS FOR COMMUNICATION LOG

CLERICAL / WARRANTS / SYSTEM FOR SCANNING (DOCUMENTS)

CLERICAL / FILE CABINETS *

CLERICAL / WAITING AREA / SECURITY *

 

 

Posted by Mayor James F. Valley, Esq. at 1/09/2009 01:39:00 PM  

Friday, January 23, 2009

Police (DHR) January 26, 2009

 

HELENA-WEST HELENA POLICE DEPARTMENT

"WE SERVE, WE CARE"

 

DATE: JANUARY 26, 2009

REPORTING DATES: JANUARY 8- 22, 2009

PREPARED BY: OFFICE MANAGER / RECORDS

 

CRIME DATA         

Disturbance: 46

Burglary: 22

Stolen Vehicle: 03

Escort: 44

Alarm: 46

Call for Police: 41   

Missing Person: 04

 

COMMUNICATION CENTER:

CALL INTAKE:

CENTER: 1,119

911: 192

COLLECTIONS $10,321.82

 

OFFICER CONTACTS:      

Tickets: 139

Arrest: 27

Warrants: 07  

Affidavit: 06   

Reports: 43

Accidents: 10

Building Checks: 618

Officer Response / Contacts: 1,119                  

 

 

TICKETS: (Target Violations)

D.W.I.: 01

Suspended D/L: 08        

Possession of Control Substance: 00  

Speeding: 51                                                   

Loud Music: 09       

Seat Belt: 25

Stop Sign Violation: 07

Warning Tickets: 12

 

 

 

OFFICERS /WEEKLY GAS REPORT:

$1,750.66

 

SPECIFIC WEEKLY REPORT:

COMMUNITY PROJECT / FREEDOM FOR YOUTH / JANUARY 27, 2009

COMMUNITY PROJECT / SECURITY / COMMUNITY CENTER / JAN.23, 2009

 

FUTURE WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:

BLACK HISTORY PROGRAM/ WESTSIDE SCHOOL / FEBRUARY 27, 2009

 

 

 

FOLLOW UP ACTIVITIES:

TRAINING:

OFFICERS WILL ATTEND A SEMINAR IN PLANO, TX. MARCH 10, 2009 WATCHGUARD VIDEO WILL PROVIDE A SEMINAR FREE OF CHARGE SUITED FOR OFFICERS AND CAPTAINS

 

 

 

VEHICLES / REPAIRS / FLEET MANAGEMENT:

UNIT 01 / REPAIR/ RIGHT FENDER

UNIT 02 / 2 NEW TIRES

UNIT 16 / 2NEW TIRES & BATTERY

UNIT 17/ 2 NEW TIRES

UNIT 18 / REPAIR/ HEADLIGHT

UNIT 19/ REPAIR/ FRONT BRAKE PADS

PENDING REPAIRS*

UNIT 11 / TRANSMISSION

UNIT 12 / TRANSMISSION

UNIT 14 / FUEL PUMP

UNIT 15 / MOTOR

 

 

 

 

PATROL:

SHIFT 1/ TARGET AREAS:

02 DISTURBANCES

18 CITATIONS

05 MISD ARREST

06 MISD WARRANTS

20 BUILDING CHECKS

 

 

 

SHIFT 2 / TARGET AREAS:

06 DISTURBANCES

15 CITATIONS

01 MISD ARREST

170 BUILDING CHECKS

 

 

SHIFT 3 / TARGET AREAS:

28 DISTURBANCES

129 CITATIONS

04 MISD WARRANTS

21 MISD ARRESTS

111 TRAFFIC STOPS

172 BUILDING CHECKS

 

 

SHIFT 4 / TARGET AREAS:

07 DISTURBANCES

40 CITATIONS

12 MISD ARREST

01 DWI

256 BUILDING CHECKS

65 TRAFFIC STOPS

 

 

STAFF CONCERNS:

DISPATCH CENTER / DVD RECORDER FOR BOOKING ROOM

DISPATCH CENTER / EASTSIDE / COMPUTERS FOR COMMUNICATION LOG

CLERICAL / WARRANTS / SYSTEM FOR SCANNING (DOCUMENTS)

CLERICAL / FILE CABINETS *

CLERICAL / WAITING AREA / SECURITY *

 

Posted by Mayor James F. Valley, Esq. at 1/23/2009 11:08:00 AM  


Friday, January 9, 2009

SANITATION DEPARTMENT DHR 1-12-09

SANITATION DEPARTMENT 

WEEKLY REPORT

Weekly Activities:

Monday 12-29-08

Begin Lakeview trash route at 4:00am

Serviced trucks and equipment

Picked up boxes Sonic, Corner Market, Wendy's and Dollar Genera

Repaired mud flap on unit #27

Replaced dipstick on unit # 25

Tried to repair joystick on unit # 27

l

Tuesday12-30-08

Begin regular route at 4:00 am

Worked on joystick on unit #27

Took mini track to Springdale Rd. and Hackberry to clean ditches

Replaced door handle on unit # 29


Wednesday 12-31-08

Begin trash route at 4:00am

Continued to pick up boxes from merchants, Juengel's, Hoffinger, Phillips College and Perry St. Market.

Repaired pump light on unit #25 

Joystick for unit #25 was taken to Memphis for repair, when it was re-installed it would not work properly. Scruggs ordered new joystick.

Changed dirt bucket o backhoe

Holiday trash schedule was ran by skeleton Sanitation crew.


 

Monday 1-5-09

Ran Lakeview trash route at 4:00am

Washed and serviced vehicles

Replaced adjustment spindle on unit #25

Both ladies from the box shop were on vacation, no boxes were picked up


 

Tuesday 1-6-09

Begin regular trash routes at 4:00am

Picked up boxes at Sears, Hoffinger, and Sonic

Dug footing for retainer wall in ditch on S.Washington St.

Picked up and delivered charts to local residents


Wednesday1-7-09

Begin regular routes at 4:00am

Removed broken drive shaft from unit # 26, the mishap caused damage to the radiator as well.

Our mechanic went to Memphis to have a new shaft built at the Mack Truck Center, the radiator was taken to Holland Radiator for repair.


 

Thursday1-8-09

Regular routes begin at 4:00am

Picked up and delivered charts

Drive shaft was re-installed in unit #26 and put back in service


 

Friday1-9-09

Ran regular trash routes at 4:00am

Assisted Street Department with mini track on CoanzaSt. opening small ditch

Picked up boxes at Counseling Services on Sebastian

Picked up and delivered charts


 

Follow up Activities:

Continuing to pick up extra charts

Working on improving trash pick up

Assisting other Departments


 

Future Activities:

Working with ADEQ on waste audit analysis

Trying to help Code Enforcement streamline demoliton

Staff Concerns:

No staff concerns at this time, other than keeping moral up


Posted by Mayor James F. Valley, Esq. at 1/09/2009 03:41:00 PM  

Friday, January 9, 2009

SANITATION DEPARTMENT DHR 1-12-09

SANITATION DEPARTMENT 

WEEKLY REPORT

 

Weekly Activities:

Monday  12-29-08B

Begin Lakeview trash route at 4:00am

Serviced trucks and equipment

Picked up boxes Sonic, Corner Market, Wendy's and Dollar Genera

Repaired mud flap on unit #27

Replaced dipstick on unit # 25

Tried to repair joystick on unit # 27

l

Tuesday12-30-08

Begin regular route at 4:00 am

Worked on joystick on unit #27

Took mini track to Springdale Rd. and Hackberry to clean ditches

Replaced door handle on unit # 29


Wednesday 12-31-08

Begin trash route at 4:00am

Continued to pick up boxes from merchants, Juengel's, Hoffinger, Phillips College and Perry St. Market.

Repaired pump light on unit #25 

Joystick for unit #25 was taken to Memphis for repair, when it was re-installed it would not work properly. Scruggs ordered new joystick.

Changed dirt bucket o backhoe

Holiday trash schedule was ran by skeleton Sanitation crew.


Monday 1-5-09

Ran Lakeview trash route at 4:00am

Washed and serviced vehicles

Replaced adjustment spindle on unit #25

Both ladies from the box shop were on vacation, no boxes were picked up


Tuesday 1-6-09

Begin regular trash routes at 4:00am

Picked up boxes at Sears, Hoffinger, and Sonic

Dug footing for retainer wall in ditch on S.Washington St.

Picked up and delivered charts to local residents


Wednesday1-7-09

Begin regular routes at 4:00am

Removed broken drive shaft from unit # 26, the mishap caused damage to the radiator as well.

Our mechanic went to Memphis to have a new shaft built at the Mack Truck Center, the radiator was taken to Holland Radiator for repair.


 

Thursday1-8-09

Regular routes begin at 4:00am

Picked up and delivered charts

Drive shaft was re-installed in unit #26 and put back in service


Friday1-9-09

Ran regular trash routes at 4:00am

Assisted Street Department with mini track on CoanzaSt. opening small ditch

Picked up boxes at Counseling Services on Sebastian

Picked up and delivered charts

 

Follow up Activities:

Continuing to pick up extra charts

Working on improving trash pick up

Assisting other Departments


Future Activities:

Working with ADEQ on waste audit analysis

Tring to help Code Enforcement streamline demoliton

Staff Concerns:

No staff concerns at this time, other than keeping moral up



Posted by Mayor James F. Valley, Esq. at 1/09/2009 03:41:00 PM  


Friday, January 9, 2009

Street Dept report 12/19/08-1/8/09

STREET DEPARTMENT REPORT – 1/12/09

 

Department: Street Department

 

Date: Dec. 19-Jan. 8, 2008

 

Prepared by Oscar Hoskins and Earnest Womack

 

Specific Weekly Activities:

 

Mechanic:

12/19

  • Replaced radiator on bucket truck
  • Replaced heater resistor on Street Dodge pickup
  • Serviced backhoe

12/22

  • Changed tire on Police unit 16
  • Replaced hydraulic hose Sanitation unit 26
  • Boosted battery Sanitation unit 25
  • Replaced mud flaps Street unit 105

12/23

  • Continued cleaning shop
  • Cleaned box shop to make room for vehicle storage
  • Picked up hydraulic hose in Memphis and installed in Sanitation unit 26
  • Repaired tire on black Dually
  • Added Heet fuel treatment in all Street vehicles
  • Filled Sanitation unit 26 with hydraulic fluid

12/29

  • Changed tire on Police car
  • Repaired mud flap on Sanitation unit 27
  • Boosted batteries in several Street and Sanitation vehicles due to cold weather
  • Replaced dip stick in Sanitation unit 25
  • Replaced battery on black Dually

12/30

  • Worked on joy stick Sanitation unit 27
  • Cleaned ditches at Springdale Rd and Hackberry with mini trackhoe
  • Put door handle on Sanitation unit 29

12/31

  • Picked up joy stick from Scruggs for Sanitation unit 27
  • Repaired fender Police unit 1
  • Worked on pump Sanitation unit 25
  • Put hub caps on Police vehicle
  • Reattached mud flap Street unit 105
  • Repairing joy stick Sanitation unit 27 (incorrect joy stick from Scruggs)
  • Changed out backhoe bucket

 

1/5/09

  • Removed hydraulic pump Sanitation unit 21
  • Changed oil in Police units 17, 20, 16, 18, and 21
  • Changed bulb and oil Police unit 10
  • Repaired signal lights and fixed door on Sanitation unit 6
  • Chad assisted in picking up missed trash

1/6

  • Filled hydraulic tank Street unit 6
  • Changed oil in Police units 2, 19, 3, and 1
  • Changed oil District Court Ford Explorer
  • Installed cylinder lever Sanitation unit 25
  • Pulled Street unit 107 out of soft shoulder on Abel St

1/7

  • Removed PTO shaft  and radiator from Sanitation Unit 26
  • Took PTO shaft to Tag Truck Center and radiator to Holland Radiator Repair
  • Removed PTO from Sanitation unit 21
  • Cleaned wash bay

1/8

  • Installed safety chains on Street Dodge pickup
  • Changed transmission fluid and gasket Street unit 103
  • Installed PTO shaft and radiator in Sanitation unit 26
  • Took Sanitation unit 26 to Landfill

 

Potholes:

  • Intersection of 4th and Anderson-1

 

Animal control:

  • Removed several dead animals from streets
  • Picked up two dead animals from vet

 

Other activities:

Continuous removal of debris throughout city designated trash routes

Litter pick up at primary routes of City:

            Rightor St

Walnut St.

            Cherry St.

            Porter St.

            Perry St.

            Elm St.

Franklin St.

            Oakland Ave.

            Quarles Lane

            Plaza St

 

12/19

Continuous removal of leaf bags and debris from designated Sanitation routes

Assisted Sanitation in dumping and picking up trash carts

12/22

Continuous removal of leaf bags and debris from designated Sanitation routes

Assisted Sanitation in dumping and picking up trash carts

12/23

Continuous removal of leaf bags and debris from designated Sanitation routes

Assisted Sanitation in dumping and picking up trash carts

12/24

Womack reset lights at Hwy 49 and Hwy 242

12/28

Womack reset lights at Hwy 49 and Hwy 242

12/29

Debris and leaf bags removal on designated Sanitation routes

Womack reset lights and changed # 7 load switch

Brickey inmates resumed cleaning ditch on Kelly St

12/30

Debris and leaf bag removal on designated Sanitation routes

Trimmed tree limb overhangs on Mimosa St

Removed tree from across the road at Beechwood and Helendale

Brickey inmates finished cleaning ditch on Kelly St

1/5/09

Cleaned ditches and drains on Sebastian and Cleburne around City Shop

Blew out culverts along Bonanza from Panama Rd to Coanza

Debris and leaf bag removal on designated Sanitation routes

1/6

Cleaned drains at 161 Westwood

Cleaned drains and removed leaf bags at Woodland Dr

Cleaned culvert 100 block N 10th St

W Wilson and A Barry assisted in dumping and delivering trash carts

Cleaned drains 4th and Baldwin

Filled washout 10th and Baldwin

Cut up fallen limb corner of Washington and Elm

Reinstalled two stop signs and one street sign at Rightor and Poplar

1/7

Debris and leaf bag removal on designated Sanitation routes

1/8

Cleaned storm drain corner of 8th and Baldwin

Debris and leaf bag removal on designated Sanitation routes

Picked up boxes at area businesses

 

Future Weekly Activities:

Washout at Beechwood east

Washout at Hackberry & Fir Sts

 

 

Follow Up Activities:

Drain at 127 Valley Dr

 

Staff Concerns/Issues:

None

 

STREET DEPARTMENT GASOLINE LOG

 

 

 

 

Week of 12/19/08-1/8/09

 

 

 

 

 

 

DATE

UNIT #

GALLONS

RECEIVER

12/22/2008

30

17

E Butler

12/22/2008

103

15

R Smith

12/22/2008

1

20

E Womack

12/23/2008

9

20.4

O Hoskins

12/23/2008

13

17

J Lemaire

12/23/2008

30

12.2

E Butler

12/28/2008

13

10

J Lemaire

12/29/2008

19

13.6

W Wilson

12/30/2008

30

19

E Butler

12/30/2008

103

18

R Smith

12/31/2008

13

16

J Lemaire

1/5/2009

19

34.4

W Wilson

1/5/2009

30

20.5

E Gaston

1/5/2009

1

21

E Womack

1/6/2009

103

19

R Smith

1/7/2009

19

32

W Wilson

1/7/2009

101

19

J Huff

1/7/2009

30

17

E Gaston

1/8/2009

13

21

J Lemaire

1/8/2009

103

23

R Smith

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL GALLONS

385.1

 

 

 

 


Posted by Mayor James F. Valley, Esq. at 1/09/2009 12:50:00 PM  

Sunday, January 25, 2009

Street Dept Report 1/22/09

STREET DEPARTMENT REPORT – 1/26/09

 

Department: Street Department

 

Date: Jan. 9-23, 2009

 

Prepared by Oscar Hoskins and Earnest Womack

 

Specific Weekly Activities:

 

Mechanic:

1/9

  • Installed alternator East Side Water Co unit 802
  • Replaced beckon light Sanitation unit 29

1/12

  • Cleaning shop
  • Replaced pull switch Street unit 105

1/13

  • Installed brakes on Police unit
  • Replaced line Street unit 107

1/14

  • Installed brakes & rotors and oiled bushings Sanitation unit 101
  • Fixed brake line Police unit
  • Serviced fork lift

1/15

  • Cleaned off lot North Helena Park with Dozer
  • Serviced Street unit 13
  • Serviced bull dozer
  • Serviced Code Enforcement vehicle

1/16

  • Repaired heater Sanitation unit 29
  • Replaced shifting cable Street unit 13
  • Repaired turn light and back brake light Street unit 106
  • Installed brake booster and chamber Sanitation unit 25
  • Repaired door locks Sanitation unit 29
  • Replaced heat resister Code Enforcement Impala

1/20

  • Charged battery Street unit 30
  • Checked Park & Rec Dept Head vehicle
  • Aired rear tire 2350 John Deere tractor

1/21

  • Repaired door Sanitation unit 26
  • Removed dumpster from Sanitation unit 28
  • Cleaned lot #23 Lincoln Court
  • Repaired two hoses Street unit 107
  • Removed trailer from autocar
  • Replaced front and rear brakes Police unit 18

1/22

  • Unloaded 24 inch pipe from delivery truck
  • Serviced fork lift
  • Serviced John Deere tractor
  • Assisted Womack in changing traffic signal at Sebastian & Miller Loop
  • Installed blower motor Street unit 30

 

Potholes:

  • Fir Street-5
  • Hackberry-10
  • 300 block West St-4
  • Christopher Homes/Denise Dr-2
  • Ebony-1
  • 100 & 200 blocks Military Rd-6
  • 1000 block Columbia-1
  • 300 & 500 blocks Walker St-2
  • Beechwood & No Summit-1
  • Park & Buckeye-5
  • Park & Russ-5

 

Animal control:

  • Removed several dead animals from streets
  • Picked up three dead animals from vet

 

Other activities:

Continuous removal of debris throughout city designated trash routes

Litter pick up at primary routes of City:

            Rightor St

Walnut St.

            Cherry St.

            Porter St.

            Perry St.

            Elm St.

Franklin St.

            Oakland Ave.

            Quarles Lane

            Plaza St

Russell

Hawkins

1/9

Continuous removal of leaf bags and debris from designated Sanitation routes

Assisted Sanitation in dumping and picking up trash carts

Cut limbs extending into road on Springdale Rd near Faith Outreach Church

Picked up 4.5 tons leaves w/leaf vacuum from Proctor at David and Jenny

Assisted O Burrell with stump removal at Cleo Dunning Park

1/12

Continuous removal of leaf bags and debris from designated Sanitation routes

Assisted Sanitation in dumping and picking up trash carts

Replaced traffic signals

·        Oakland & Valley Dr

·        Columbia at Porter

·        MLK Dr at bridge approach

Amos Electric removing Christmas decorations

Assisted Park & Rec cutting limbs and vines behind Little League Park

Hauled 200 tires to Waste Disposal site

1/13

Continuous removal of leaf bags and debris from designated Sanitation routes

Assisted Sanitation in dumping and picking up trash carts

1/14

Continuous removal of leaf bags and debris from designated Sanitation routes

Assisted Sanitation in dumping and picking up trash carts

1/15

Continuous removal of leaf bags and debris from designated Sanitation routes

Assisted Sanitation in dumping and picking up trash carts

1/16

Continuous removal of leaf bags and debris from designated Sanitation routes

Assisted Sanitation in dumping and picking up trash carts

1/20

Continuous removal of leaf bags and debris from designated Sanitation routes

Assisted Sanitation in dumping and picking up trash carts

Filled potholes

Jim Riley videoed Street 105 & 107 for presentation to Council

Picked up 7 trash carts on closed accts-East Side Water Dept

Billy Amos finished removal of Christmas decorations

Ordered 24 inch pipe for Old Dominion drainage project

1/21

Continuous removal of leaf bags and debris from designated Sanitation routes

Assisted Sanitation in dumping and picking up trash carts

Assisted mechanics in removing dumpster from Sanitation unit 28

Cleaned lot Dortch St and 23 Lincoln Ct

1/22

Continuous removal of leaf bags and debris from designated Sanitation routes

Assisted Sanitation in dumping and picking up trash carts

Womack picked up joystick for Sanitation unit 27 from Scruggs

Replaced traffic light at Hwy 49 and Miller Loop

Womack picked up 15 gallons UDT from Wynne for Kubota

Bledsoe mowing Washington St Park with bush hog for Parks & Rec

1/23

Continuous removal of leaf bags and debris from designated Sanitation routes

Assisted Sanitation in dumping and picking up trash carts

Removed excess leaves and debris with leaf vacuum Holiday Hills & Red Bud Cove

24 inch pipe delivered to Shop yard for Old Dominion project

Steve Moore (AHTD) checked street lights and loops (Results to be faxed at later date)

 

Future Weekly Activities:

None

 

Follow Up Activities:

Drain at 127 Valley Dr

 

Staff Concerns/Issues:

O Hoskins & E Womack attended AML Winter Conference 1/14-16/09

 

 

STREET DEPARTMENT GASOLINE LOG

 

 

 

 

Week of 1/9-23/09

 

 

 

 

 

 

DATE

UNIT #

GALLONS

RECEIVER

1/9/2009

100

21

Jordan

1/9/2009

19

23

W Wilson

1/12/2009

9

20

O Hoskins

1/12/2009

19

12

W Wilson

1/13/2009

1

23

E Womack

1/13/2009

19

23.5

W Wilson

1/13/2009

13

20

J Lemaire

1/13/2009

30

28

E Butler

1/15/2009

19

20

W Wilson

1/16/2009

19

15

W Wilson

1/16/2009

Box truck

25

M Holbrook

1/16/2009

13

17

J Lemaire

1/16/2009

30

21

E Butler

1/17/2009

9

17.7

O Hoskins

1/20/2009

19

25

W Wilson

1/21/2009

103

20

R Smith

1/21/2009

101

15

J Huff

1/21/2009

Parks & Rec

20.1

Jackson

1/22/2009

19

25

W Wilson

1/22/2009

9

16

O Hoskins

1/22/2009

13

19

J Lemaire

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL GALLONS

426.3

 

 

 

 

 


Posted by Mayor James F. Valley, Esq. at 1/25/2009 01:01:00 AM  

Monday, January 12, 2009

WEST HELENA-WEST HELENA WATER DHR 01/12/09

Department:    WEST HELENA WATER UTILITIES
Date_JANUARY 12, 2009
Prepared by  KEN FRATESI (01/12/09)
WEEK OF _12/19/08—01/09/09
1049 HWY 49 W REPAIR WATER SERVICE
117 SOUTH FOURTH REPAIR WATER MAIN
550 KENTUCKY REPAIR WATER SERVICE
FIFTH AND ANDERSON REPAIR WATER MAIN
345 SOUTH SEVENTH REPLACE BOX AND TOP
107 SOUTH FIFTH REPAIR WATER MAIN
1113 NORTH FOURTH REPAIR WATER MAIN
REPLACE TOPS 104 RENEE AND 1004 HWY 49
CLEAN SEWERS
READ METERS
Future Weekly Activities:
TURNED PUMP STATION REHABS ( OXIDATION POND & MILLER SCHOOL ) OVER TO ENGINEER TO PREPARE FOR BID PROCESS.
Follow Up Activities:
CLEANING SEWER LINES
RUNNING TRIAL IN PLANT ON NEW OXIDANT
PREPARED BUDGET
Staff Concerns/Issues:
METER READER
WILL BE FILLING OPEN OFFICE POSISTION AFTER FIRST OF THE YEAR
Posted by Mayor James F. Valley, Esq. at 1/12/2009 10:39:00 AM  

Friday, January 23, 2009

WEST HELENA-WEST HELENA WATER DHR 01-26-2009

Department:    WEST HELENA WATER UTILITIES

 

Date_JANUARY 26, 2009

 

Prepared by  KEN FRATESI (01/23/09)

 

WEEK OF _12/10/08—01/22/09

807 BALDWIN REPLACE METER SET

409 GARLAND REPAIR 6" MAIN

155 SOUTH SAM REPLACE BOX AND TOP

326 WEST RUSSELL REPAIR WATER SERVICE

9TH AND PLAZA REPAIR WATER MAIN

114 NORTH THIRD REPAIR WATER MAIN

223 NORTH NINTH REPAIR WATER MAIN

876 PC 300 REPAIR WATER SERVICE

57 TERRY REPAIR WATER SERVICE

100 GLADDON REPAIR WATER MAIN

CHICAGO AND WASHINGTON REPLACE MANHOLE TOP

321 SOUTH SEVENTH

516 NORTH FOURTH REPAIR WATER SERVICE

CLEAN SEWERS

READ METERS

 

Future Weekly Activities:

TURNED PUMP STATION REHABS ( OXIDATION POND & MILLER SCHOOL ) OVER TO ENGINEER TO PREPARE FOR BID PROCESS.

 

Follow Up Activities:

CLEANING SEWER LINES

RUNNING TRIAL IN PLANT ON NEW OXIDANT

 

 

Staff Concerns/Issues:

WILL BE FILLING OPEN OFFICE POSISTION AFTER FIRST OF THE YEAR

Posted by Mayor James F. Valley, Esq. at 1/23/2009 01:50:00 PM  



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