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Word of the Day for Saturday, August 16, 2008

supernumerary \soo-puhr-NOO-muh-rair-ee; -NYOO-\, adjective:

1. Exceeding the stated, standard, or prescribed number.
2. Exceeding what is necessary or desired; superfluous.
3. A supernumerary person or thing.
4. An actor without a speaking part, as a walk-on or an extra in a crowd scene.

The Justice Department contractor, the Biogenics Corporation, of Houston, studied blood samples from thirty-six residents and concluded that eight of the people had a rare aberration it called "supernumerary acentric fragments," or extra pieces of genetic material.
-- Michael H. Brown, "A Toxic Ghost Town", The Atlantic, July 1989
Momart is where private collections are put out to pasture, where works that are too big, too precious, too fragile or simply supernumerary to their owners' homes are discreetly tended by expert staff.
-- Laura Cumming, "What the Sensationalists did next", The Observer, April 23, 2000
And yet, important as its role has been in the history of civilization, the bookshelf seldom even gets mentioned in the program; it is treated as a supernumerary, taken for granted, and ignored.
-- Henry Petroski, The Book on the Bookshelf
Sweetums, the Swiss chef and many others serve principally as supernumeraries in the picture's extravagant production numbers.
-- Rita Kempley, "Seeworthy Muppets", Washington Post, February 16, 1995

Supernumerary is from Latin supernumerarius, from super, "over" + numerus, "number."

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Friday, August 15, 2008

Fire Department Weekly DHR 8-18-2008

Weekly Department Report

Department:    Fire

Date:        8/15/08

Prepared by:    Chief Reginald Wilson

Specific Weekly Activities:

East Side Runs:

8/08/08-617 Walnut-Federal Building-Alarm Malfunction

8/09/08- Bungee Inc.-Biscoe –Grass Fire

West Side Runs:

8/08/08-308 North 9th- Trash Fire

8/09/08-252 Westwood-Structure Fire

8/10/08-110 Sharon-Smoke Scare

8/11/08-150 Anderson-Car Fire

8/11/08-6188 Hwy 242-Structure Fire

Future Activities

***Scheduled Classes

Schedule Events

***Raffle-August 1-23, 2008

***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

HELENA –WEST HELENA

Fire Department Gas

UNIT#

DATE

GALLONS

FILLED BY

DATE

GALLONS

FILLED BY

TOTAL

F-1

8/08/08

19

F-61

8/14/08

17

F-60

36

        
        
        

F-2

       
        
        
        

F-3

8/11/08

10

F-60

   

10

        
        
        

#5

8/12/08

11

F-60

   

15

        
        
        

#8

       
        
        
        
        
        
        

GAS CANS

       

TOTAL

 

61

CBS Evening News Report on Curfew in Helena-West Helena, Arkansas

The Curfew is described as drastic. However, the plan is posted on this blog and should be reviewed as it displays clearly established policing techiques in a tough 10 block area and around the city.

Here's the CBS News clip produced by a crew that came to town from the Dallas, Texas area.

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CID Weekly (Police) DHR 8-18-08

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

DATE: AUGUST 15, 2008                                         Month of AUGUST 08- AUGUST 14, 2008

 

______________________________________________________________________

CRIMES AGAINST PROPERTY

2 ARSONS, BOTH PENDING INVESTIGATION

2 RESIDENTIAL BURGLARIES

1 COMMERCIAL BURGLARY

1 BREAKING AND ENTERING

______________________________________________________________ 

CRIMES AGAINST PERSONS 

0 CRIMES FELONY CRIMES AGAINST PERSONS

_________________________________________________________________________________ 

NARCOTICS CRIMES

POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE: CHARGED: 3

ARRESTED: 3 

_________________________________________________________________________________ 

MISC. FELONIOUS CRIMES 

1 SUICIDE

WE HAVE ACCUMULATED 9 CASES FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST; 2 FELONY WARRANTS PENDING, WITH 12 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.

INFORMATION WANTED IN THE CASE OF THE SONIC RESTAURANT ROBBERY THAT OCCURRED ON 08/11/2008. ANY ADDITIONAL LEADS ARE GREATLY APPRECIATED.

FUTURE ACTIVITIES:

SCHEDULE FOR TRAINING IN THE INVESTIGATIVE FIELD.

DEVELOP JUVENILE CRIME MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES- WILL TATE

CURRENT ACTIVITIES:

OPERATION SAFE WATCH- CITY WIDE

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. 08/09/2008

08/14/2008

10.66 UNIT 400

17.2  UNIT 400

$40.00

$63.77

 
Brian Holloway 08/09//2008 9.8 UNIT 401 $37.00  
Tommy Bivens 08/08/2008

08/13/2008

9.3 UNIT 402

13.7 UNIT 402

$35.00

$51.02

137975

138125

Dennis Cox NO FUEL PURCHASED FOR WEEK
TOTAL   60.66 gallons $262.88  

Street Department Weekly DHR 8-18-08

STREET DEPARTMENT REPORT 

Department: Street Department 

Date: Aug. 8-14, 2008 

Prepared by Oscar Hoskins and Earnest Womack 

Specific Weekly Activities: 

Mowed & cut:

8/8

  • Corner lot of Plaza & 1st St
  • Lot at New Light MBC
  • Washington St ditch
  • 1131 College ditch
  • Corner of:
    • Beech & Walker
    • Chickasaw & Arkansas
    • Pontotoc & Arkansas
    • St Francis & Arkansas
    • Balls Alley & Arkansas
    • Short Mobile & Arkansas
    • Biscoe & Arkansas
    • Missouri & Pecan
  • Shoulders
    • Arkansas St
    • Miller Loop
    • West St
        • 8/11

          • City Hall-East
          • Center St ditches
          • Anderson St ditches
          • North 2nd St ditches
          • Working on West St ditch
          • Cut limbs 400 block of Ladino

          8/12

          • City Hall West-cutg limbs
          • Longbell St-cut limbs
          • Park St-cut limbs
          • Corner of Longbell & Park
          • 520 Roseland
          • Corner of Navijo & Sioux
           
           

          8/13

          • Center greens West
          • Shoulders
            • 7th & Park
            • 6th & Park
            • Lohmans Ln
            • Old Hwy (Texas Eastern)
            • College & McDonough
            • Walker Hill
            • Bell St
            • South St
            • S Washington

              8/14

              • Audubon-cut limbs
              • Corner lot 4th & Anderson
              • Working on Oak Grove Cemetery
              • El Canaveral welcome sign
              • Rifle range
              • Bridge approach
              • Shoulders
                • Springdale Rd
                • Wire Rd
                • 6th & Baldwin
                • Rifle range
                   

                  Mechanic:

                  8/8

                  • Welded door chains Unit 107 Street
                  • Gear box blue & white dump truck Unit 32 Sanitation
                  • Installed new battery on Police Unit
                  • Charged battery on Dozer
                  • Moved tables & bike racks from Sebastian Shop to First Bank storage for Main St
                  • Radiator off Unit 31 Street to Holland Radiator
                  • Radiator off Unit 15 Police to Holland Radiator

                  8/11

                  • Repaired flat (right rear) Unit 18 Police (needs new tire)
                  • Installed Pitman Arm and stabilizer bushing on Unit 103 Street
                  • Installed radiators Unit 31 Street & Unit 15 Police
                  • Installed bumper ram guard on Unit 15 Police
                  • Replaced brakes and rotors on fire chief's truck

                  8/12

                  • Transmission fluid in Unit 103 Street and Unit 29 Sanitation
                  • Installed air compressor on Code Enforcement Impala
                  • Changed oil and filters on Unit 105 & 106 Knuckle Boom
                  • Replaced coolant reservoir on Unit 106 Street

                  8/13

                  • Removed 5th wheel from Ford track hoe truck
                  • Replaced turn signal switch on Unit 27 Sanitation
                  • Tightened hoses on Unit 106 Street
                  • Replaced harmonica balance and charged A/C on Code Enforcement Impala

                  8/14

                  • Replaced thermostat on Unit 31 Street
                  • Repaired spot light on Unit 10 police
                  • Installed fuel filter on Unit 7 East side Water
                  • Put water pump on Unit 15 Police
                  • Checked brake sensors on Unit 15 Police (back in service, will replace on 8/15)
                   

                  Potholes:

                  • Edgewood Circle
                   

                  Animal control:

                  • 1 dog euthanized 8/14 (Police request-abandoned at #10 Lincoln Ct/later owner stated he did not want it b/c it was vicious)
                  • Took 3 dead animals from Vet Office to Landfill
                   

                  Mosquito control:

                  Mosquito control-sprayed 8/2 Tuesday's Sanitation route

                  Mosquito control is coordinated in conjunction with Sanitation route-weather permitting

                  1 rig needs starter, other truck needs steering column  

                  Other activities:

                  Litter pick up at primary routes of City:

                        Walnut St.

                        Cherry St.

                        Porter St.

                        Perry St.

                        Elm St.

                        Franklin St.

                        Oakland Ave.

                        Quarles Lane

                        Springdale Rd.

                        Plaza St

                        Little Rock Rd off Jane St

                  8/8

                  Began cleanup in alley between N 2nd & 3rd-Curfew zone

                  Delivered barrels to designated curfew sights

                  Delivered benches and bike racks to Main St storage areas

                  8/13

                  Sprayed South shop yard area with Round Up

                  Cutback tree overgrowth at Presbyterian Church on Porter St

                  Cut hanging limb N 7th St

                  Womack welded pool ladder

                  8/14

                  Welded broken lift supports on frame of 107 Street (Womack) 
                   

                  Future Weekly Activities:

                  Tree removal at 600 block Cleburne, 1135 Poplar, Cline-Frazier bldg on Cherry St

                  Install 4-Way stops at Aaron & McDonald and Pontotoc & Arkansas Continuous cleanup of Ohio St Shop Yard

                  Removal of dead sycamore tree at 500 block East Baldwin  

                  Follow Up Activities:

                  Bids on tree removal on Braden and Russell St

                  Code Enforcement identifying and notifying property owners of overgrown lots throughout City. City will not mow lots until Code Enforcements has communicated with owners. 

                  Staff Concerns/Issues:

                  Safety classes for Street & Sanitation being organized  
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   



                  Sanitation Weekly Report DHR 8-18-08

                  SANITATION DEPARTMENT

                  PROGRESS REPORT

                   

                  August 11th-15th 2008

                  Prepared by : Quiania Williams, Vic Jordan

                  Specific Weekly Activities:

                  Monday 8/11/2008

                  Ran the regular Lake View trash route

                  Completed demolition and clean up @ 1023 Poplar

                  Delivered several can to residence..

                  615 Beech

                  403 Broad Alley

                  826 Garland

                  Washed several garbage trucks on yard

                  Unit 26,27,29

                  Total tonnage & cost to landfill;42.73tn,$ 1196.00 cost

                  (which include 3.18tn,$89.00 cost for Lakeview)

                  Tuesday 8/12/2008

                  Ran the regular trash route @ 4:00 a.m.

                  Picked up boxes from local merchants..

                  Juengel, Family Dollar, Sonic

                  Repaired 2 hydraulic hoses on track hoe

                  Total tonnage & cost to landfill;31.73tn, $888.00

                  Wednesday 8/13/2008

                  Ran regular trash routes

                  Ordered 5th wheel from Mayville for semi truck(unit 31)

                  Continued to pick up boxes from local merchants

                  Picked up several missed trash..

                  261 Sacred Heart

                  301 Elm Street

                  411 Leifer Street

                  Total tonnage and cost to landfill:54.84tn, $1536.00

                  Thursday 8/14/2008

                  Ran regular trash route

                  Meet with representatives from ADEQ and Solid Waste Management Board to discuss recycling issues

                  Total tonnage and cost delivered to landfill:33.88tn, $949.00cost

                  Friday 8/15/2008

                  Continued to run the regular routes @ 4:00 a.m.

                  Demolition progress begin @ 1023 College

                  Placed Sanitation Stickers on cans to be delivered

                  Total tonnage and cost delivered to landfill…52.42tn $1468.00

                  Total tonnage and cost delivered to landfill week of 8/11/2008-8/15/2008=217.60tn,$6093.00

                   

                   

                   

                   

                  Future Weekly Activities:

                  Follow up on demolition projects

                  Continue working with Code Enforcement and other Depts.

                  Continue with picking up trash on daily basis

                  Follow Up Activities:

                  Electronic Waste Arrangements

                  Staff Concerns:

                  Mark Smith out on sick leave until further notice

                  John Smith out until further notice

                  If Bathroon for men be placed somewhere else beside soon as you walk in front door

                   


                  Police Department Weekly DHR 8-18-08

                        HELENA-WEST HELENA POLICE DEPARTMENT

                  "WE SERVE, WE CARE" 
                   

                  DATE: AUGUST 18, 2008

                  REPORTING DATES: AUGUST 7- 13, 2008

                  PREPARED BY: OFFICE MANAGER / RECORDS 

                  CRIME DATA 

                  Disturbance: 29

                  Burglary: 11

                  Stolen Vehicle: 00

                  Escort: 13

                  Alarm: 10

                  Call for Police: 20

                  Missing Person: 00 

                  COMMUNICATION CENTER:

                  CALL INTAKE:

                  CENTER: 637

                  911: 185

                  COLLECTIONS $2,251.00 

                  OFFICER CONTACTS:

                  Tickets: 38

                  Arrest: 29

                  Warrants: 07

                  Affidavit: 03

                  Reports: 25

                  Accidents: 03

                  Building Checks: 77

                  Officer Response / Calls: 597 

                  Court Cases / August 7 & 8, 2008 Total 253

                   

                  TICKETS: (Target Violations)

                  D.W.I.: 00

                  Suspended D/L: 07

                  Possession of Control Substance: 03

                  Speeding: 06

                  Loud Music: 02

                  Seat Belt: 03

                  Stop Sign Violation: 14

                  Warning Tickets: 23 
                   

                  GAS USAGE/ COST:

                  Shift 1   $ 277.92

                  Shift 2   $ 279.65

                  Shift 3   $ 1,382.28

                  Shift 4   $ 181.01

                  Administration  $ 51.06

                  Code Enforcement  $ 60.06

                  Total   $ 2,231.98 

                  SPECIFIC WEEKLY REPORT:

                  COMMUNITY EVENT/MEETING/ AUGUST 19 / AHEC

                  THE PHILLIPS COUNTY ADOLESCENT HEALTH PROMOTION COALITION

                  COMMUNITY EVENT/ ATTORNEY GENERAL / AUG. 22

                  SMART CHOICES BETTER CHANCES 
                   

                  FUTURE WEEKY ACTIVITIES:

                  MEETING / CAPTAINS / AUG.26 / 6PM

                  TRAINING / DRUG EDUCATION CLASS / AUG. 25-27 
                   

                  FOLLOW UP ACTIVITIES:

                  SATURATION ZONE AND CURFEW PLAN OF ACTION

                  THE POLICE DEPARTMENT WILL CONTINUE WITH THE NEW PLAN THAT HAS BEEN IMPLEMENTED CODE ENFORCEMENT WILL ASSIST WITH ADDRESSING NUISANCES COMPLANTS BY LOCATING RESIDENCE AND LANDLORDS ALONE WITH THE CITY ATTORNEY  

                   
                   

                  PATROL:

                  SHIFT 1/ TARGET AREAS:

                  03 WARRANTS (MISD)

                  05 DISTURBANCES

                  20 TRAFFIC STOPS

                  15 BUILDING CHECKS

                  02 CITATIONS 
                   
                   

                  SHIFT 2 / TARGET AREAS:

                  05 DISTURBANCES

                  01 MISD. WARRANTS (SERVED)

                  03 MISD. (ARREST)

                  62 BUILDING CHECKS

                  SHIFT 3 / TARGET AREAS:

                  23 DISTURBANCES

                  05 MISD. WARRANTS (SERVED)

                  17 MISD. (ARREST)

                  120 TRAFFIC STOPS

                  31 CITATIONS

                  11 CURFEW VIOLATIONS 
                   

                  SHIFT 4 / TARGET AREAS:

                  03 MISD. WARRANTS(SERVED)

                  09 MISD. (ARREST)

                  01 FELONY ARREST

                  05 CITATIONS

                  19 DISTURBANCES

                  44 TRAFFIC STOPS 
                   

                  WARRANT/ COURT OFFICER

                  COURT / AUGUST 7 & 8, 2008 OFFICER JOHN THOMAS COLLECTED $2,065.00 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 
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   

                  East Water Department Weekly DHR 8-18-08

                  Helena Municipal Water & Sewer

                  Eastside Water Department  

                  Weekly Department Report

                  Date: 8-18-08

                  Prepared By: Terry McGinister 
                   

                  Specific Weekly Activities 8/8/08 – 8/12/08 

                  Reading meters

                  Completed emergency evacuation plan drawing – with fire department

                  Repaired 2 inch water main at 111 Rose Circle

                  Filled in pot holes at the City Pool, Poplar Street, Walker Street, and Spring Hill

                  Repaired water services on Old Little Rock Road

                  Cut grass at tanks and lift stations 

                  Future Weekly Activities

                  Station Rehab 

                  Follow up Activities

                  Finish 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.   
                   

                  Weekly Code Enforcement Report

                  August 15, 2008

                  Code Enforcement Weekly Report

                  August 11 – August 15, 2008

                   

                  Department:   Code Enforcement

                  Date:                           August 15, 2008

                  Prepared by:  Joshua McIntosh & Patrick Allen

                  Code Enforcement Officers

                   

                  Special Weekly Activities 08/11/08 – 08/15/08

                   

                  ·        600 Ladino- Garbage in ditch on Ladino/Baringo corner

                  ·        277 Hwy 44- House unfit for habitation- pictures for FEMA

                  ·        426 E Garland – Overgrown lot

                  ·        1122 Columbia St- vicious dog running free referred to Streets

                  ·        142-144 Anderson D. Wiggins-Spoke with about property

                  ·        419 Beech St. –Spoke with Mr. Louis Bennett about removing property

                  ·        Lot 9 Kelly Subdivision- Hays Food Town Inc- completed clean up- Sent Thank you notice

                  ·        Gladon St.  Charles Cagle- Dispute over trailer parked on road. Referred to HWHPD- Sent letter 08-14-08

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

                  ·        Lot 1 Block 52- W&L Properties- Cut and clean lot

                  ·        214 Beech St- Completed Demolition Total cost 2

                  ·        1023 Poplar St. Completed Demolition Total cost

                  ·        Ms Poole- gave list of properties that are in the curfew zone between Anderson- Garland; 2nd –4th

                  ·        Meeting with City Attorney to discuss code enforcement

                  o       Get condemnation listing from Daily World

                  o       Call North Little Rock Attorney regarding nuisance abatement program

                  o       DHHS- Ask about person that issues daycare permits

                   

                  Complaints about Lawn Care

                   

                  o       238 Ashlar St. – Lawn continues to get numerous complaints from neighbors- Referred to Oscar to cut and clean

                   

                   

                   

                   

                  Cited Vehicle

                   

                  ·        2 Parkdale St- Toyota Corolla 4dr –

                  ·        Blk-VIN 2T1BR1ZE7XC148692

                  ·        Pontiac Grand Prix- Wht- VIN 1G2WJ52M0WF323141

                  ·         1445 Springdale Rd.-Pontiac Grand Am- TOWED 8-13-08

                  §        Blue – VIN 1G2NE14U7LC259814 – LIC 593LSL

                   

                  Mailed Postcards

                   

                  ·        Lot 200 Old Helena –Francis Wilson

                  ·        Lot 1 Block 64- Richard Beckwith

                  ·        Lot 3 Block 52- Homeland Investments

                  ·        Lot Pt 230 West Park Sub- Porter Jesse & Joyce

                  ·        Lot 106 Merryland Sub- 592 Sioux St- Porter Jesse & Joyce

                  ·        Lot 155 Merryland Sub- Waters Lumber

                  ·        LotPT 24 Mcadoo Sub- 568 Kentucky- Charles Graham

                  ·        Lot 6 Block 52 – James & Erin Seal

                  ·        141/143 Anderson- Jamie Woods- 2nd Notice

                   

                  Fuel

                  ·        Gas 16.2gal-$60.00- Mercury Marquis

                  ·        Gas 15.9gal-$59.05- Chevy Impala

                  Mail

                  ·        Total $44.37

                  Letters mailed

                   

                  ·        204/206/208/210 Don St. – Doris Jones

                  ·        1626/1628 Sulphur Springs- Todd Slaughter

                  ·        Sulphur Springs- Gerald Coleman

                  ·        301 S Sebastian St- Clement &Clement

                  ·        1009/1011 College St.- Otis Dan Turner

                  ·        403 Baringo St- Delta Dream Builders- 2nd Notice

                  ·        527 Beech St.- Edward Boyd

                  ·        434 West St. George Hudson- 3rd Notice

                  ·        803 College St. Russell Smith

                  ·        1114 Porter St- MM Mayweather

                  ·        107 Sebastian- Bobby Brooks- RWR Properties

                  ·        CR Walker- Final Notice on all properties

                   

                  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

                  ·        Rotary Club Invitation to Speak- September 10, 12:30pm

                   

                   

                   

                   

                  Follow-up Activities

                   

                  ·        148 Anderson St- Received phone call act issued ticket and court appearance

                  o       Court Date- Aug 22

                   

                   

                  Staff Concerns

                   

                  ·              Ordered Badges for Code Enforcement