Saturday, August 9, 2008

BACK TO SCHOOL RALLY AND 3RD ANNUAL SICKLE CELL WALK-A-THON


HERE'S A SLIDESHOW OF THE PHOTOS CAPTURED AT THE BACK TO SCHOOL RALLY AND SICKLE CELL WALK-A-THON. BOTH EVENTS WERE LARGELY SUCCESSFUL. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE PLANNERS, VOLUNTEERS AND THOSE WHO WORKED SO HARD TO MAKE THESE THINGS HAPPEN.


WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO A SUCCESSFUL SCHOOL YEAR. GO COUGARS -- BEAT EVERYBODY!!!

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Word of the Day for Saturday, August 9, 2008

tittle-tattle \TIT-uhl TAT-uhl\, noun:

1. Idle, trifling talk; empty prattle.
2. An idle, trifling talker; a gossip.
3. to talk idly; to prate.

The literary tittle-tattle of the age.
-- Edinburgh Review, 1820
It is better even to have a useless hobby than to be a tittle-tattler and a busybody.
-- Samuel Smiles, Life and Labour
The stir aroused by this latest piece of tittle-tattle quickly faded away, as if congealed under the icy wind of endless nights.
-- Andrei Makine, Once Upon the River Love [Translated by Geoffrey Strachan]
Take care on your part, Friar Ange,' replied the philosopher, 'and as you're afraid of the devil, don't offend him too much and do not excite him against you by inconsiderate tittle-tattle.
-- Anatole France, The Romance of the Queen Pédauque

Tittle-tattle is a varied reduplication of tattle, which derives from Medieval Dutch tatelen, to babble.

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Friday, August 8, 2008

Court

WEEKLY DEPARTMENT REPORT

(Period of August 1 - 7, 2008)

 

Department: Helena-West Helena District Court

Date: August 8, 2008

Prepared by: Linda Danley

 

SPECIFIC WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:

Fri., August 1 - Thurs., Aug. 7, 2008 - 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.

 

Tues., Aug. 5, 2008 - Interviews for Deputy District Court Clerk

 

Wed., Aug. 6, 2008 - Civil & Small Claims Trials

Total number of case scheduled - 10

 

Thurs., Aug. 7, 2008 (9:00 A.M.) - Bench Trial on Traffic Violations

Total number of cases scheduled - 62

 

Thurs., Aug. 7, 2008 (1:30 P.M.) - Bench Trial on Criminal Actions

Total number of cases scheduled - 52

 

---------------------------------------------------------------

Breakdown of Traffic and Criminal Actions

Resolved During the Period of Aug. 1 - 7, 2008

 

Jurisdiction: City of Helena-West Helena

Finding

Criminal

DWI

Juvenile

Ordinance

Traffic

Total

BF

6

 

1

 

22

29

DM

34

 

4

1

18

57

G

55

2

 

1

21

79

NP

3

     

2

5

PRB

2

     

3

5

TOTAL

100

2

5

2

66

175

 
Jurisdiction: City of West Helena-OLD

Finding

Criminal

Total

G

1

1

TOTAL

1

1

 
Jurisdiction: Highway Police "Z" Tickets

Finding

Traffic

Total

BF

3

3

DM

2

2

G

1

1

TOTAL

6

6

 
Jurisdiction: Phillips County

Finding

Criminal

DWI

Juvenile

Traffic

Total

BF

     

16

16

DM

7

 

1

13

21

G

7

1

 

13

21

NP

12

     

12

PRB

     

7

7

TF

   

2

 

2

TOTAL

26

1

3

49

79

 
ALL JURISDICTIONS

Finding

Criminal

DWI

Juvenile

Ordinance

Traffic

Total

BF

6

 

1

 

41

48

DM

41

 

5

1

33

8

G

63

3

 

1

35

102

NP

15

     

2

17

PRB

2

     

10

12

TF

   

2

   

2

TOTAL

127

3

8

2

121

261

 
KEY:
BF - Bond Forfeit              NP - Nol Prossed
DM - Dismissed                 PRB - Probation
G - Guilty                        TF - Transferred
 

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JAIL ROSTER

 

Defendant

Docket #

Arrest

Date

Release/

Sent. Date

Status/

Disposition

Allen, Shirley

CR-08-859

CR-08-1006

CR-08-1047

CR-08-1048

08/06/08

08/08/08

Plea of not guilty to CR-08-1006. Set for 08/28/08.

Plea of guilty to remaining charges. Sentenced to 1 year in jail on CR-08-859 and CR-08-1047. Sentenced to six months in jail on CR-08-1048.

Dent, Tajuan

CR-08-2823

08/04/08

 

Plea of not guilty. Set for 8/28/08.

Franklin, Dewayne

CR-08-2815

08/04/08

 

Plea of not guilty. Set for 8/28/08.

Henry, Natasha

TR-08-991

TR-08-992

TR-08-993

CR-08-1071

CR-08-1072

CR-08-1073

CR-08-1353

CR-08-1354

TR-08-1434

TR-08-1435

CR-08-1421

CR-08-1422

CR-08-1423

CR-08-1424

08/0708

08/08/08

Plea of not guilty to TR-08-991, CR-08-1353, CR-08-1354, and TR-08-1435. Cases set for 9/04/08.

Plea of guilty to all remaining charges. Ordered to pay fines+costs in TR-08-992, TR-08-993, CR-08-1071, and CR-08-1421. Sentenced to 90 days consecutively in jail, and 1 year probation in TR-08-992 and TR-08-1434. Sentenced merged with CR-08-1071 on all remaining charges.

Hicks, George

CR-08-762

08/06/08

 

Plea of not guilty. Set for 9/04/08.

Jackson, Richard

TR-08-2433

08/05/08

08/08/08

Plea of guilty. Ordered to pay fines+cost.

Johnson, Cornell

CR-08-2884

08/06/08

Plea of not guilty. Set for 9/04/08.

Langston, Barbara

CR-05-2225

08/08/08

08/08/08

Plea of guilty to all charges. Ordered to pay fines+cost.

Otey, Willie

CR-06-2246

CR-06-3005

08/06/08

08/08/08

Plea of not guilty. Set for 8/28/08. Released to Louis Etoch.

Phiffer, Charley

CR-08-2887

CR-08-2888

08/06/08

08/07/08

Bond out before court date. Cases set for plea on 08/22/08.

Schwartz, Antonio

 

 

 

 

CR-08-86

CR-08-87

CR-08-88

CR-08-89

CR-08-90

CR-08-91

CR-08-2817

08/06/08

08/08/08

Plea of guilty to all charges. Ordered to pay fines+cost on CR-08-87, CR-08-88, CR-08-90, and CR-08-91. Sentenced to 1 year supervised probation on remaining charges.

Taylor, Lee K

CR-08-2886

08/08/08

08/08/08

Plea of not guilty. Case set for 9/04/08. Released O.R.

Wilson, Johnny

 

06/02/08

 

Arrested by D. Cox.

Womack, Janice

CR-07-2307

CR-07-2682

08/08/08

08/08/08

Plea of guilty to all charges. Ordered to pay fines+cost.

 

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FUTURE WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:
• Thurs., August 14, 2008 (9:00 a.m.) Bench Trials on Traffic Violations
• Thurs., August 14, 2008 (1:30 p.m.) Bench Trials on Criminal Actions
• No court on August 15, 2008 - District Court Clerks Meeting (Fayetteville, AR)
• No court on September 18 - 19, 2008
• No court on September 25 - 26, 2008 - District Court Judges Conference.
 
FOLLOW-UP ACTIVITIES:
• Enter dispositions into court database of cases brought before the court on Fri., August 8, 2008 (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.
• Additional staff; either part-time or full-time.
• Replace or repair air conditioner in court room.





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CID Weekly (Police DHR) 8-11-08

PREPARED BY: SGT. ROY COVINGTON SR., CID COMMANDER

DATE: AUGUST 08, 2008                                         Month of AUGUST 1- AUGUST 7, 2008

 

______________________________________________________________________

CRIMES AGAINST PROPERTY

1 ARSON: PENDING INVESTIGATION

1 THEFT OF PROPERTY PENDING INVESTIGATION

1 FORGERY 1 ARREST MADE 

______________________________________________________________ 

CRIMES AGAINST PERSONS 

1 AGGRAVATED ASSAULT 

1 ARREST PENDING

_________________________________________________________________________________ 

NARCOTICS CRIMES

POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE: CHARGED: 4

ARRESTED: 3 

1 ARREST PENDING

_________________________________________________________________________________ 

MISC. FELONIOUS CRIMES 

1. MR. JAMES DONABY WAS LOCATED IN THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GA 
 

WE HAVE ACCUMULATED 6 CASES FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST; 2 FELONY WARRANTS PENDING, WITH 4 FELONY ARREST MADE, AND 2 CASE FILES HAVE BEEN SUBMITTED FOR PROSECUTION THIS WEEK.

WANTED

INFORMATION WANTED IN THE CASE OF THE AUGUST MOON ROBBERY THAT OCCURRED ON 07/24/2008. ANY ADDITIONAL LEADS ARE GREATLY APPRECIATED. 

WARRANTS HAVE BEEN ISSUED FOR THE ARREST OF ERIC SMITH ON THE CHARGES OF TERRORISTIC ACT AND BATTERY 1ST DEGREE.

FUTURE ACTIVITIES:

SCHEDULE FOR TRAINING IN THE INVESTIGATIVE FIELD.

DEVELOP JUVENILE CRIME MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES- WILL TATE

CURRENT ACTIVITIES:

OPERATION SAFE WATCH- AREA OF ANDERSON CENTER NORTH 4TH, GARLAND NORTH 3RD, AND BALDWIN STREETS.

STAFF CONCERNS:

PROVIDE NEW ASSIGNED INVESTIGATOR, DENNIS COX, ADDITIONAL TRAINING

REPAIR VEHICLE UNIT# 403

PROMOTIONS AND RAISES FOR INVESTIGATORS

UPDATE COMPUTERS IN THE OFFICE OF INVESTIGATIONS

DEVELOP MORE ADVANCE WAYS TO COMBAT ILLEGAL NARCOTIC SELLING WITHIN THE CITY. 

FUEL:

Criminal Investigation Division fuel Purchased for the week of AUGUST 01 TO AUGUST 7, 2008

Investigator Date Gallons Fuel Usage Cost Mileage
Roy Covington Sr. 08/03/2008 23.1 UNIT 400 $89.36 222301
Brian Holloway 08/07//2008 16.4 UNIT 401 $62.50 24886
Tommy Bivens 08/04/2008

07/30/2008

13.2 UNIT 402

15.0 UNIT 402

$51.00

$60.02

137706

137884

Dennis Cox NO FUEL PURCHASED FOR WEEK
TOTAL   67.7 gallons $262.88  

Police Department (DHR) 8-11-08

      HELENA-WEST HELENA POLICE DEPARTMENT

"WE SERVE, WE CARE" 
 

DATE: AUGUST 11, 2008

REPORTING DATES: JULY 31- AUGUST 6, 2008

PREPARED BY: OFFICE MANAGER / RECORDS 

CRIME DATA 

Disturbance: 54

Burglary: 09

Stolen Vehicle: 01

Escort: 18

Alarm: 26

Call for Police: 24

Missing Person: 01 

COMMUNICATION CENTER:

CALL INTAKE:

CENTER: 597

911: 230

COLLECTIONS $1,978.00 

OFFICER CONTACTS:

Tickets: 38

Arrest: 29

Warrants: 21

Affidavit: 13

Reports: 40

Accidents: 04

Building Checks: 72

Officer Response / Calls: 407 

Court Cases / July 31, 2008 Total 213

 

TICKETS: (Target Violations)

D.W.I.: 01

Suspended D/L: 01

Possession of Control Substance: 02

Speeding: 15

Loud Music: 00

Seat Belt: 05

Stop Sign Violation: 08

Warning Tickets: 06 
 

GAS USAGE/ COST:

Shift 1   $ 565.44

Shift 2   $ 1,102.16

Shift 3   $ 480.59

Shift 4   $ 860.63

Administration  $ 46.00

Code Enforcement  $ 54.00

Total   $ 3,108.82 

SPECIFIC WEEKLY REPORT:

COMMUNITY EVENT/ CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL / AUG. 9

BACK TO SCHOOL RALLY  
 

FUTURE WEEKY ACTIVITIES:

COMMUNITY EVENT / ATTORNEY GENERAL / AUG. 22

SMART CHOICES BETTER CHANCES 
 

FOLLOW UP ACTIVITIES:

OFFICER NOTIFICATION

HELENA-WEST HELENA P.D. OFFICERS THAT WORK THE 2ND SHIFT

HAVE NEW NOTIFICATION CARDS THE POLICE DEPARTMENT WOULD

LIKE FOR CITIZENS THAT RECEIVED THESE CARDS TO CONTACT US THE OFFICERS WILL LEAVE THE CARDS WHEN THEY VISIT A RESIDENT IN REFRENCE TO 911 HANG UPS, ALARMS, HOUSE WATCH, AND WELFARE CONCERN 

CURFEW

THE HELENA-WEST HELENA POLICE DEPARTMENT BEEFED UP PATROL IN CURFEW AREAS HERE ARE THE  FOLLOWING  ARREST FOR THURSDAY 8/7/2008

FELONY ARREST 3 (DRUGS AND WEAPONS)

MISD. ARREST 4

WARRANTS 5

FELONY PROBATION WARRANT 01 

 

PATROL:

SHIFT 1/ TARGET AREAS:

06 WARRANTS (MISD)

08 DISTURBANCES

01 FELONY

20 TRAFFIC STOPS

31 BUILDING CHECKS

11 CITATIONS 

SHIFT 2 / TARGET AREAS:

08 DISTURBANCES

08 MISD. WARRANTS (SERVED)

11 MISD. (ARREST)

41 BUILDING CHECKS

03 CITATIONS

1 FELONY ARREST 
 

SHIFT 3 / TARGET AREAS:

15 DISTURBANCES

06 MISD. WARRANTS (SERVED)

06 MISD. (ARREST)

32 TRAFFIC STOPS

18 CITATIONS

01 FELONY ARREST

35 HOUSE WATCH 
 

SHIFT 4 / TARGET AREAS:

01 MISD. WARRANTS(SERVED)

04 MISD. (ARREST)

06 CITATIONS

23 DISTURBANCES

25 TRAFFIC STOPS

01 DRUG ARREST 
 
 

WARRANT/ COURT OFFICER

COURT / JULY 31-AUGUST 1, 2008 OFFICER JOHN THOMAS COLLECTED $2,599.00 BOND AND FINES 
 
 

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

VEHICLE / REPAIRS 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Weekly Code Enforcement Report

August 1, 2008

Code Enforcement Weekly Report

August 4 – August 8, 2008

 

Department:   Code Enforcement

Date:                           August 8, 2008

Prepared by:  Joshua McIntosh & Patrick Allen

Code Enforcement Officers

 

Special Weekly Activities 08/04/08 – 08/08/08

 

·          148 Anderson St.

o       Citation Issued to Antonio Robinson

·        526 Park St.- Melvin White- Continuing to clean property.

·        1015  Perry St- Tree in drain channel- Referred to Helena Improvement District- Jim Frazier- 338-3031

·        Met with Henry Jordan- Regarding lawn care for properties

·        Lot 9 Kelly Subdivision- Hays Food Town Inc- requesting more time

·        Gladon St.  Charles Cagle- Dispute over trailer parked on road. Referred to HWHPD

·        301 S Sebastian St- Clement & Clement- Contacted  & Cleaning Lot Request an extension for 30 days

·        Melinda Flowers- Property needs covert to access lot- Referred to Street Dept

·        1136 Beech St. – Received June & July Payment $82.00

·        214 Beech St- Completed Demolition

·        1023 Poplar St. Demolishing presently

·        316; 321; 323 N Coanza called Ms. Scaife about cleaning property

 

Complaints about Lawn Care

 

o       311 Walnut St. Titus Property- complaint of snakes

o       1206 Walnut St. Grass and yard clean up

o       202 Quarles Lane- Dogs wondering

o       109 S 9th St. – Vegetation in alley- Referred to Street Dept

o       Sulfur Springs- Vehicles blocking road

o       Lambert Dr. Non working vehicle on street. (White Maxima)

o       238 Ashlar St. – Lawn continues to get numerous complaints from neighbors

 

 

Cited Vehicle

 

·        None to report at this time

 

Mailed Postcards

 

·        Lot 194 Old Helena (Walnut St)- William & Patricia Chuyou

·        Lot 188 Old Helena – Jones Sadie/ Steele Silas

·        1205/1207 Walnut St. – Elkins, Chris & Katherine

·        1009 Cherry St. – Sybil Namour

 

Fuel

·        Gas 14.2gal-$54.00

Letters mailed

 

·        105 Wire Rd- Annie Kirksey

·        1114 Porter St.- M.M Mayweather & R.J. Bailey

·        107 S Sebastian St. RWR Properties

·        830 College St. – Russell & Ann Smith

·        120 Military Rd.- Cantrell, Betty Louise

·        South Baringo St.- 2nd Notice- Delta Dream Builders

·        426 Bonanza St.- 2nd Notice- C R Walker

·        105 Wire Rd. – Annie Kirksey

·        741 Liberty St. – Michael Etta Arrington

·        909 College St. – Delta Redevelopment Corp

·        Historic District Commission

·        PT Lot 79 Old Helena – Edward Verna Boyd

 

Future Weekly Activities

 

·        Continue addressing overgrown lots and dilapidated structures

·        Meeting with Mr. Etoch Attorney for James Norman regarding Helena Wholesale

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

·        More Focus on Vehicles out of compliance

 

Follow-up Activities

 

·        148 Anderson St

o       Court Date- Aug 22

 


Landfill Weekly DHR 8-11-2008

                     

              WEEKLY Department Head Meeting 

   Department: Helena West Helena Regional Landfill

 Date: August 11, 2008

 Prepared By: Bob Gaston 
 

 Specific Weekly Activities: 

 Employees Tommy and Larry come in at 6:30am to start equipment and                           do daily maintenance; Mary 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 Mary start sending trucks down. Mary 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. Mary 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.

 Mary 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. PI hired for investigation of waste. Starts Aug. 4, 2008.
  4. Requesting quote for road repair on north end of scale.
  5. Evaluating recycling programs for Helena- West Helena.
  6. Check cost for leechate line.
  7. Watering seeded area.
  8. Training for cleaning heavy equipment.
 

    Activities Completed: 

  1. Seeding complete.
  2. Quarterly DMR completed.
  3. Quarterly gas monitoring completed.
  4. Regular maintenance on Volvo and Dozers completed.
  5. Tarps delivered.
  6. Fire plug moved and water connected.

     
     

    Staff Concerns/ Issues; 

    1. New search for part time help. 


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: bob gaston <landfillgent@yahoo.com>
Date: Thu, Aug 7, 2008 at 10:16 AM
Subject: Dept. Head Report
To: james valley <mayorjfvalley@gmail.com>


Mayor,
 
See attached report.
Bob




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P O Box 248
Helena-West Helena, 72342
870-572-3421 Phone
870-572-5034 Fax
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East Water Department Weekly DHR 8-11-2008

Helena Municipal Water & Sewer

Eastside Water Department  

Weekly Department Report

Date: 8-12-08

Prepared By: Terry McGinister 
 
 

Specific Weekly Activities

Friday 8-01-08

Completed Weekly Report, filled holes on Newman Dr, checked manholes in Waverly Woods, repaired water leak on Arkansas St. checked lift stations and cleaned pump at lift station #4. 

Monday 8-04-08

Checked lift station, monthly meter reading, Garrison machine shop repaired air compressor, cleaned around water plant, checked sewer mains for stop ups and water leaks through out the system. 

Tuesday 8-05-08

Monthly meter reading, Bacteriological samples, cleared sewer main at Valley Drive. 

Wednesday 8-06-08

Checked sewer lift station, monthly meter reading, completed water tap at Kipp School. 

Thursday 8-07-08

Repaired service at 812 Walker Street, monthly meter reading, and completed monthly reports, repaired angle-valve at Lithicum Street. 

Future Weekly Activities

Follow up Activities 

Staff Concerns/Issues

Scheduling classes for all employees to attend to have enough hours to renew their licenses. 
 


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: <helenawater@sbcglobal.net>
Date: Fri, Aug 8, 2008 at 11:06 AM
Subject: Weekly Report -East Water Department
To: "Mayor James F. Valley" <mayorjfvalley@gmail.com>


Mayor Valley,
 
Please find attached East Water Department Report.
 
 
Terry McGinister



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870-572-5034 Fax
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Fire Department Weekly DHR 8-11-2008

Weekly Department Report

Department:    Fire

Date:               8/08/08

Prepared by:    Chief Reginald Wilson

Specific Weekly Activities:

East Side Runs:

8/06/08 Biscoe and Louisiana St.-Rubbish Fire

West Side Runs:

8/04/08-West Park and Ashlar St.  – Car Fire

8/04/08-Alabama St. – Structure Fire

8/06/08-310 Denise Dr.-Water Heater Leak

Future Activities

***Scheduled Classes

Schedule Events

***Raffle-August 1-23, 2008

***Sickle Cell Walk-A-Thon-August 9, 2008 10a.m.-4p.m.

***Staff Fire Training-Mid-Delta @North End School-August 15@2p.m.

***Community Awareness-August 23, 2008

***Firefighter's Ball-November 15th, 2008

Follow Up Activities

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

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

***GIF Grant Submitted

***F.E.M.A. Grant Submitted

Staff Concerns /Issues:

***3 Firefighters out on Military Leave

-Jamin Crawford

-Franklin Tyner

-Demarcus Foreman

 

 

***3 Firefighter's to attend Arkansas Fire Academy

Standard's Class set to begin on September 2-October 17, 2008

-Zach Williams

-Derrick Fluker

-Bryan Carroll

***Firefighter Sidney Sparks resigned July 30, 2008 replaced by Volunteer Fighter Kent Clemons

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HELENA –WEST HELENA

Fire Department Gas

UNIT#

DATE

GALLONS

FILLED BY

DATE

GALLONS

FILLED BY

TOTAL

F-1

8/05/08

20

F-61

 

 

 

20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

F-2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

F-3

8/07/08

14.0

F-39

 

 

 

14.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#5

8/08/08

11

F-61

 

 

 

11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GAS CANS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL

 

45.0