Saturday, August 23, 2008

Landfill Weekly DHR 8-25-08


                     

              WEEKLY Department Head Meeting 

   Department: Helena West Helena Regional Landfill

 Date: August 25, 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. Requesting quote for road repair on north end of scale.
  4. Building road for wet weather area.
  5. Check cost for leechate line.
  6. Watering seeded area.
  7. 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. Fire plug moved and water connected.
  6. Watering for seeded area complete.
  7. Report from PI completed.

     
     

    Staff Concerns/ Issues; 

  1. New scale clerk hired and still looking for part time help.

CID Weekly DHR (Police) 8-25-08


PREPARED BY: CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION'S LEAD INVESTIGATOR BRIAN HOLLOWAY SR.

DATE: August 22, 2008                                         Month of AUGUST 15 - AUGUST 21, 2008

CRIMES AGAINST PERSON

        

CRIMES AGAINST PROPERTY

  • AGGRAVATED ROBBERY THAT OCCURRED AT DOLLAR GENERAL ON  8/18/2008

    THREE JUVENILES ARRESTED. 

  • (8) RESIDENTIAL BURGLARIES
  • (1) COMMERCIAL BURGLARY
 
 

NARCOTICS CRIMES

  • POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE: 2
  • ARRESTED: 2
 
 
 

OTHER FELONIOUS CRIMES 

WANTED

    THE CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION WOULD LIKE THE HELP OF THE COMMUNITY AND OR ANY PERSON THAT MAY HAVE INFORMATION ON THE AUGUST MOON ROBBERY THAT OCCURRED ON 7/24/2008 AND THE SONIC ROBBERY THAT OCCURRED ON 8/11/2008. ANY ADDITIONAL LEADS ARE GREATLY APPRECIATED.  

 

CURRENT ACTIVITIES:

WE CURRENTLY HAVE 25 OPEN CASES FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST, OF THE 25 CASES; WE'VE MADE 16 FELONY ARRESTS.

FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST THERE HAVE BEEN 10 CASES SUBMITTED FOR PROSECUTION.

OPERATION SAFE WATCH –CITY WIDE

3 CITATIONS ISSUED

4 ARREST MADE

1 D.W.I

 
 

FUTURE ACTIVITIES:

DEVELOP JUVENILE CRIME MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES WITH WILL TATE

SCHEDULE MORE ADVANCE TRAINING FOR THE CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS DEPARTMENT  

STAFF CONCERNS:

PROMOTIONS AND RAISES FOR INVESTIGATORS

PROVIDE INVESTIGATOR DENNIS COX 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 MILEAGE
    ROY COVINGTON SR. 8-21-2008 22.0 UNIT 400 $78.17 NA
    BRIAN HOLLOWAY SR. 8-20-2008 16.0 UNIT 401 $57.03 25560
    TOMMY BIVENS 8-18-2008

    8-21-2008

    8-21-2008

    12.2 UNIT 402

    6.9 UNIT 402

    16.9 UNIT 402

    $44.00

    $24.76

    $60.00

    138258

    138344

    138670

    DENNIS COX NO FUEL USAGE FOR WEEK

    SHARING UNIT WITH 402

    TOTAL   74.0 GALLONS $263.96  
 
 

                                                          


Sanitation Department Weekly (DHR) 8-25-08


SANITATION DEPARTMENT

PROGRESS REPORT

 

August 18th-22ND 2008

Prepared by : Quiania Williams, Vic Jordan

Specific Weekly Activities:

Monday 8/18/2008

Ran the regular Lake View trash route

Washed and serviced unit 29,28,30

Total tonnage & cost to landfill;53.76tn,$1505.28( including Lakeview )

1.77 tn,$49.56

 

Tuesday 8/19/2008

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

Picked up boxes from local merchants..

Family Dollar, Jungel, Sonic

Completed servicing trackhoe (washed motor)

Cleaned alley between Center St & 3rd over grown vegetation

Ronnie Smith returned 3 of the repaired 2yd dumpster's

Total tonnage & cost to landfill;48.60tn,$1360.80

Wednesday 8/20/2008

Ran regular trash routes

Continued to pick up boxes from local merchants

Picked up several missed trash..

1404 Porter Ext

1108 Porter

1027 Arkansas Street

Placed garage door back on track (Tyrone Collins)

Total tonnage and cost to landfill:55.50tn,$1554.00

Thursday 8/21/2008

Ran regular trash route

Replaced glass door and hydraulic hoses on track hoe, serviced undercarriage,repaired headlights,lubed and washed entire machine inside/out

Replaced passenger/driver mirrors on Street Dept truck

Total tonnage and cost delivered to landfill:36.88tn,$1032.64

Friday 8/22/2008

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

Fixed wiring problem on unit #26

Delivered can to residents

Total tonnage and cost delivered to landfill…48.06tn$1354.68

Total tonnage and cost delivered to landfill week of 8/18/2008-8/22/2008=242.80tn $6798.40

 

 

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

River City Hydraulic advised that unit #25 is ready for pick-up

 

Staff Concerns:

Mark Smith out on sick leave until further notice

John Smith out until further notice


Police Department Weekly (DHR) 8-25-08

      HELENA-WEST HELENA POLICE DEPARTMENT

"WE SERVE, WE CARE" 
 

DATE: AUGUST 25, 2008

REPORTING DATES: AUGUST 14-20, 2008

PREPARED BY: OFFICE MANAGER / RECORDS 

CRIME DATA 

Disturbance: 49

Burglary: 18

Stolen Vehicle: 00

Escort: 16

Alarm: 29

Call for Police: 18

Missing Person: 01 

COMMUNICATION CENTER:

CALL INTAKE:

CENTER: 592

911: 197

COLLECTIONS $1,852.00 

OFFICER CONTACTS:

Tickets: 44

Arrest: 36

Warrants: 07

Affidavit: 10

Reports: 26

Accidents: 07

Building Checks:

Officer Response / Calls: 467 

Court Cases / August 14 &15, 2008 Total 139

 

TICKETS: (Target Violations)

D.W.I.: 03

Suspended D/L: 08

Possession of Control Substance: 03

Speeding: 17

Loud Music: 01

Seat Belt: 01

Stop Sign Violation: 12

Warning Tickets: 15 
 

GAS USAGE/ COST:

Shift 1   $ 682.03

Shift 2   $ 1,373.00

Shift 3   $ 337.50

Shift 4   $ PENDING

Administration  $ 41.32

Code Enforcement  $ 60.02

Total   $ 2,493.87 
 

SPECIFIC WEEKLY REPORT:

MEETING/ CAPTAINS / AUG. 26 / 6PM

TOPIC: (BLUES FEST SECURITY)

TRAINING / DRUG EDUCATION CLASS / AUG 25-27

COMMUNITY EVENT / WALMART / AUG. 23/ 10AM 
 

FUTURE WEEKY ACTIVITIES:

SECURITY / CENTRAL /FOOTBALL GAME/ SEPT. 5 
 

FOLLOW UP ACTIVITIES:

COMMUNITY EVENT / SMART CHOICES BETTER CHANCES

POLICE DEPARTMENT WILL SPONSOR THE PROGRAM

SMART CHOICES BETTER CHANCES THROUGH THE ATTORNEY

GENERAL OFFICE. THE PROGRAM IS DESIGN FOR JUVENILE COURTS, SCHOOLS, AND COMMUNITYGROUPS

THE POLICE DEPARTMENT / STREET DEPARTMENT

POTHOLES ARE BEING LOCATED BY OFFICERS

IN ORDER TO IMPROVE OUR CITY STREETS 

PATROL:

SHIFT 1/ TARGET AREAS:

03 WARRANTS (MISD)

09 ARREST (MISD)

06 DISTURBANCES

12 TRAFFIC STOPS

17 BUILDING CHECKS

07 CITATIONS 

SHIFT 2 / TARGET AREAS:

10 DISTURBANCES

02 MISD. WARRANTS (SERVED)

04 MISD. (ARREST)

01 FELONY (ARREST)

03 DWI

90 BUILDING CHECKS

08 CITATIONS 

SHIFT 3 / TARGET AREAS:

07 DISTURBANCES

04 MISD. WARRANTS (SERVED)

04 MISD. (ARREST)

05 TRAFFIC STOPS

12 CITATIONS

08 CURFEW VIOLATIONS 
 

SHIFT 4 / TARGET AREAS:

PENDING 
 

WARRANT/ COURT OFFICER

COURT / AUGUST 14 & 15, 2008 OFFICER JOHN THOMAS COLLECTED $2,251.00 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 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Friday, August 22, 2008

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Desoto took the show on the road and opened the season with a 42-7 win over Bayou Academy.
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MAYOR - Helena West Helena
P O Box 248
Helena-West Helena, 72342
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Parks and Recreation Deparment Weekly Report

Weekly Department Report

 

 

Department: Parks and Recreation

 

Date: August 22, 2008

 

Prepared by: B. O'Shea Burrell

 

Specifically Weekly Activities

 

August 15, 2008/Friday

  • Storage room shelf will be rebuilt and placed in the storage room.
  • Eric Martin hosted a Birthday Party in the HWHCC.

August 16, 2008/Saturday

  • Vandle & Motisha Bland hosted the Stoplight Party in the HWHCC for students 18 and under. 

August 18, 2008/Monday

  • HWHCC Staff groomed HWHCC.
  • Adult Free play in HWHCC at 530pm.
  • HWHCC Staff conducted meeting about Parks and Recreation concerns and issues.  Meeting has become a part of the monthly agenda as a department.
  • Tae Bo & Weightlifting class begins at 6pm promptly.

August 19, 2008/Tuesday

  • HWHCC Staff groomed North Helena Park, Solomon Park, and Sacred Heart.
  • Afterschool tutorial began today.  Homework and academic assistance 3pm- 5pm.  5pm-6pm Tutorial Free play. 
  • All students must turn in an Information Sheet.
  • Adult Free Play from 6pm-9pm.

August 20, 2008/Wednesday

  • Weed-eated the North Helena Park before the rain.
  • HWHCC Staff cleaned the GMC Sierra.  Removing all rubbish and waste from the truck bed. 
  • Afterschool Tutorial began today.  Homework and academic assistance from 3pm- 5pm.  5pm-6pm Tutorial Free play. 
  • HWHCC Staff picked up paper, limbs, and rubbish in North Helena Park after the rain cleared.
  • Tae Bo and Pilates was held in the side room.  Attendance: 20/ 5 women-9men-6children
  • Community Volleyball began promptly at 7pm. 

August 21, 2008/Thursday

  • Tae Bo and Pilates began at 6pm in side room. 
  • Information and Registration forms for Youth Girl's Basketball were distributed to all schools in the area.
  • Information and Registration forms for Adult Men's Basketball were distributed to former teams and new team prospects in Helena-West Helena and Forrest City.
  • Adult Free play began at 6pm 

August 22, 2008/ Friday

  • Counseling services had an activity day in the HWHCC.
  • HWHCC Staff groomed Washington Street Park and North Helena Park.
  • Information and Registration forms for Adult Men's Basketball were distributed.
  • Eric Martin has an event in the HWHCC.

August 23, 2008/ Saturday

  • TFH conducts a Jewelry Making class in the HWHCC Library.
  • Minor Family Reunion will be held in the HWHCC.

Future Weekly Activities

·         August 25th Drug Education Seminar, mandatory for new Employees

·         September 6th Masquerade Party will be held in the H-WHCC.

·         September 10th Grass and Turf Management Seminar in Little Rock

·         September 13th Adult Men's League Tip-off at 6pm.

  • September 29th the Notary Public will have a seminar in the HWHCC
  • October 14th-18th O'Shea, Chan and Tracy will be in Baltimore, Maryland for a NRPA Congress and Exposition.
  • November 1st  Deadline to accept registration forms for Girls Youth League.
  • November 4th  Girls Youth League begins.

Follow-up Activities

·         Order playground equipment for Washington Street Park

·         Get invoice for siding at Pool Pavilion

·         Produce functional invoice for Kipp Swim Camp

·         Inquire about suggested rental fee for Malco Theater one night per month

·         Coat hangers will be assembled next to the cubbies

Staff Concerns/ Issues

·         Car show and security

·         Overhead door needs repair at Pool Pavilion

·         Rental fee/ permit cost to rent any Park in H-WH

·         There is a pot hole on Miller Street directly in front of the door of the HWHCC that needs to be repaired as soon as possible.

·         Tae Bo and Pilates class needs equipment and supplies.  The attendance is growing and becoming more and more consistent.  COME JOIN US!!!!!

·         8.3 gallons in the Dixie Chopper, and John Deere Mowers

·         20.4 gallons in jugs. 2(2) gallon jugs-1(6) gallon jug- 3(5) gallon jugs



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Poice Department Weekly DHR 8-28-05

      HELENA-WEST HELENA POLICE DEPARTMENT

"WE SERVE, WE CARE" 
 

DATE: AUGUST 25, 2008

REPORTING DATES: AUGUST 14-20, 2008

PREPARED BY: OFFICE MANAGER / RECORDS 

CRIME DATA 

Disturbance: 49

Burglary: 18

Stolen Vehicle: 00

Escort: 16

Alarm: 29

Call for Police: 18

Missing Person: 01 

COMMUNICATION CENTER:

CALL INTAKE:

CENTER: 592

911: 197

COLLECTIONS $1,852.00 

OFFICER CONTACTS:

Tickets: 44

Arrest: 36

Warrants: 07

Affidavit: 10

Reports: 26

Accidents: 07

Building Checks:

Officer Response / Calls: 467 

Court Cases / August 14 &15, 2008 Total 139

 

TICKETS: (Target Violations)

D.W.I.: 03

Suspended D/L: 08

Possession of Control Substance: 03

Speeding: 17

Loud Music: 01

Seat Belt: 01

Stop Sign Violation: 12

Warning Tickets: 15 
 

GAS USAGE/ COST:

Shift 1   $ 682.03

Shift 2   $ 1,373.00

Shift 3   $ 337.50

Shift 4   $ PENDING

Administration  $ 41.32

Code Enforcement  $ 60.02

Total   $ 2,493.87 
 

SPECIFIC WEEKLY REPORT:

MEETING/ CAPTAINS / AUG. 26 / 6PM

TOPIC: (BLUES FEST SECURITY)

TRAINING / DRUG EDUCATION CLASS / AUG 25-27

COMMUNITY EVENT / WALMART / AUG. 23/ 10AM 
 

FUTURE WEEKY ACTIVITIES:

SECURITY / CENTRAL /FOOTBALL GAME/ SEPT. 5 
 

FOLLOW UP ACTIVITIES:

COMMUNITY EVENT / SMART CHOICES BETTER CHANCES

POLICE DEPARTMENT WILL SPONSOR THE PROGRAM

SMART CHOICES BETTER CHANCES THROUGH THE ATTORNEY

GENERAL OFFICE. THE PROGRAM IS DESIGN FOR JUVENILE COURTS, SCHOOLS, AND COMMUNITYGROUPS

THE POLICE DEPARTMENT / STREET DEPARTMENT

POTHOLES ARE BEING LOCATED BY OFFICERS

IN ORDER TO IMPROVE OUR CITY STREETS 

PATROL:

SHIFT 1/ TARGET AREAS:

03 WARRANTS (MISD)

09 ARREST (MISD)

06 DISTURBANCES

12 TRAFFIC STOPS

17 BUILDING CHECKS

07 CITATIONS 

SHIFT 2 / TARGET AREAS:

10 DISTURBANCES

02 MISD. WARRANTS (SERVED)

04 MISD. (ARREST)

01 FELONY (ARREST)

03 DWI

90 BUILDING CHECKS

08 CITATIONS 

SHIFT 3 / TARGET AREAS:

07 DISTURBANCES

04 MISD. WARRANTS (SERVED)

04 MISD. (ARREST)

05 TRAFFIC STOPS

12 CITATIONS

08 CURFEW VIOLATIONS 
 

SHIFT 4 / TARGET AREAS:

PENDING 
 

WARRANT/ COURT OFFICER

COURT / AUGUST 14 & 15, 2008 OFFICER JOHN THOMAS COLLECTED $2,251.00 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 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

WEST HELENA-WEST HELENA WATER DHR

Department:    WEST HELENA WATER UTILITIES
 
Date_AUGUST 25, 2008
 
Prepared by  KEN FRATESI (08/22/08)
 
WEEK OF _08/16/08—08/22/08
 
PARK AND PARKDALE REPAIR MAIN
743 NORTH NINTH REPLACE WATER SERVICE
351 NORTH BARINGO REPAIR SERVICE
COANZA AND RUSSELL  REPLACE SECTION OF WATER MAIN
303 SOUTH COANZA REPAIR WATER SERVICE
108 GLADDON REPAIR WATER MAIN
READ METERS
 
Future Weekly Activities:
PREPARING FINAL QUOTES FOR MILLER PUMP STATION REHAB
MAINTENANCE OF AERATOR
 
Follow Up Activities:
CLEANING SEWER LINES
 
Staff Concerns/Issues:
 

HMW&S WEEKLY DHR 8-25-08 (EASTSIDE WATER)

Helena Municipal Water & Sewer
Eastside Water Department

Weekly Department Report
Date: 8-25-08
Prepared By: Terry McGinister




Specific Weekly Activities 8/15/08 - 8/21/08

Completed Weekly Report
Pulled 2" inch meter at St. Patrick Street
Cut grass at tanks and sewer lift stations
Repaired backhoe and bypass pump
Repaired service on Old Little Rock Road that the Gas Company damaged
Checked sewer lift stations
Filled pot holes with cold mix on Cherry Street
Cleaned storm drains with City Workers
Changed angle valve at 1309 College Street

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
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Eastside Water Department Weekly DHR 8-25-08

Helena Municipal Water & Sewer

Eastside Water Department  

Weekly Department Report

Date: 8-25-08

Prepared By: Terry McGinister 
 
 
 

Specific Weekly Activities 8/15/08 – 8/21/08 

Completed Weekly Report

Pulled 2" inch meter at St. Patrick Street

Cut grass at tanks and sewer lift stations

Repaired backhoe and bypass pump

Repaired service on Old Little Rock Road that the Gas Company damaged

Checked sewer lift stations

Filled pot holes with cold mix on Cherry Street

Cleaned storm drains with City Workers

Changed angle valve at 1309 College Street 

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

CID Weekly DHR (Police) 8-25-08

PREPARED BY: CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION'S LEAD INVESTIGATOR BRIAN HOLLOWAY SR.

DATE: August 22, 2008                                         Month of AUGUST 15 - AUGUST 21, 2008

CRIMES AGAINST PERSON

        

CRIMES AGAINST PROPERTY

  • AGGRAVATED ROBBERY THAT OCCURRED AT DOLLAR GENERAL ON  8/18/2008

    THREE JUVENILES ARRESTED. 

  • (8) RESIDENTIAL BURGLARIES
  • (1) COMMERCIAL BURGLARY
 
 

NARCOTICS CRIMES

  • POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE: 2
  • ARRESTED: 2
 
 
 

OTHER FELONIOUS CRIMES 

WANTED

    THE CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION WOULD LIKE THE HELP OF THE COMMUNITY AND OR ANY PERSON THAT MAY HAVE INFORMATION ON THE AUGUST MOON ROBBERY THAT OCCURRED ON 7/24/2008 AND THE SONIC ROBBERY THAT OCCURRED ON 8/11/2008. ANY ADDITIONAL LEADS ARE GREATLY APPRECIATED.  

 

CURRENT ACTIVITIES:

WE CURRENTLY HAVE 25 OPEN CASES FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST, OF THE 25 CASES; WE'VE MADE 16 FELONY ARRESTS.

FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST THERE HAVE BEEN 10 CASES SUBMITTED FOR PROSECUTION.

OPERATION SAFE WATCH –CITY WIDE

3 CITATIONS ISSUED

4 ARREST MADE

1 D.W.I

 
 

FUTURE ACTIVITIES:

DEVELOP JUVENILE CRIME MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES WITH WILL TATE

SCHEDULE MORE ADVANCE TRAINING FOR THE CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS DEPARTMENT  

STAFF CONCERNS:

PROMOTIONS AND RAISES FOR INVESTIGATORS

PROVIDE INVESTIGATOR DENNIS COX 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 MILEAGE
    ROY COVINGTON SR. 8-21-2008 22.0 UNIT 400 $78.17 NA
    BRIAN HOLLOWAY SR. 8-20-2008 16.0 UNIT 401 $57.03 25560
    TOMMY BIVENS 8-18-2008

    8-21-2008

    8-21-2008

    12.2 UNIT 402

    6.9 UNIT 402

    16.9 UNIT 402

    $44.00

    $24.76

    $60.00

    138258

    138344

    138670

    DENNIS COX NO FUEL USAGE FOR WEEK

    SHARING UNIT WITH 402

    TOTAL   74.0 GALLONS $263.96  
 
 

                                                          

Street Department Weekly (DHR) 8-25-08



STREET DEPARTMENT REPORT 

Department: Street Department 

Date: Aug. 15-21, 2008 

Prepared by Oscar Hoskins and Earnest Womack 

Specific Weekly Activities: 

Mowed & cut:

8/15

  • Oak Grove Cemetery
  • Caney Creek
  • Alley at 201 Plaza
  • Side streets-East side

8/18

  • Cut ditch 100 block N 10th
  • Ditch Cleburne St from Sebastian to First
  • Curbing at 10th and St Regis
  • 181 Oakland (Code Enforcement)
  • Park St ditch
  • 10th St at Beechcrest School

8/19

  • Cut ditch 200-500 block Anderson
  • 300 block N 3rd-ditch and roadside
  • City Hall-East side
  • Corner of Sam and Park
  • 200 block Ashlar-cut lot (Code Enforcement)
  • Ditch 200 block N Coanza
  • Ditches 400-600 blocks Bonanza

8/20

  • Cutback over growths:
    • 100 block Phillips
    • Reservoir Hill
    • Grand Ave
    • Radio Dr
    • 500 block Sioux St (Commercial Appeal)
    • Corner of Sioux and Kentucky
  • Cut shoulders at River Park
    • 8/21

      • Cutback overgrowth:
        • Rightor & Beech
        • Old Dominion & Beechwood
        • Tulip Circle
        • 500 block Old Dominion
        • 9th & Plaza
        • Leonard & Kentucky
    • Weed eat shoulders 500 block Beech
    • Corner of West Park & Hernando
    • Corner of West Park & S Sam
    • Working on shoulders on Lambert Dr to Little Rock Rd
      •  

        Mechanic:

        8/18

        • Dumped and cleaned out Unit 21-Sanitation

        8/19

        • Replaced brake boosters, pads, and rotors on Unit 103-Street
        • Put fan on Police Unit

        8/20-24

        • Mechanic attended Fleet training seminar-Milwaukee, WI
         

        Potholes:

        • 10th & St Regis-1
        • 500 block Kentucky-1
        • 2nd & Garland-2
        • Cherry & Walker-1
        • 2nd & Anderson-1
        • Joe Brady-3
         

        Animal control:

        • Received numerous dead animal calls
         

        Mosquito control:

        Mosquito control-RAIN!!

        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

              West Park between Russ & Dinan

        8/15

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

        Installed stop sign at Cedar And St Regis

        Removed tree from Hickory Hill-heavy rain

        Trimmed trees on center greens-Plaza St

        8/18

        Worked on washout at 1300 College (One Call)

        8/19

        Womack welded trailer frames for Units 101 &103

        Installed 4-way stop at Aaron & McDonough

        2nd spray of West side Shop lot w/Roundup

        8/20

        Mowed center green Biscoe & Old Little Rock Rd near old Fish Mkt

        Straightened stop sign and street sign at 595 Grand Ave

        Mayor approved bids on tree removal on Braden and Russell St (Lumberjack & Rose Tree Service)

        8/21

        Cleaned drain corner of Beech & Rightor and Cherry & York

        Filled washout behind Fonzie's

        Replaced street signs:

        • Springdale & Quapaw
        • Center St
        • Alice St
        • Helen
        • Baker

        Straightened stop sign at Kentucky & Quarles Ln 

        Future Weekly Activities:

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

        Removal of dead sycamore tree at 500 block East Baldwin  

        Follow Up Activities:

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

        1300 block College (needs catch basin) 

        Staff Concerns/Issues:

        Safety classes for Street & Sanitation being organized  
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         

          STREET DEPARTMENT GASOLINE LOG
                 
          Week of 8/15-21/08    
                 
          DATE UNIT # GALLONS RECEIVER
          8/15/2008 30 Zero Turn 11.5 E Butler
          8/15/2008 103 16 R Smith
          8/15/2008 Mosquito rig 12 L Britton
          8/15/2008 19 31 W Wilson
          8/15/2008 31 22.0 R Williams
          8/15/2008 30 6.2 E Butler
          8/15/2008 9 18.6 O Hoskins
          8/15/2008 100 22.7 V Jordon
          8/18/2008 Dodge Box Truck 28.1 M Holbrook
          8/19/2008 30 19 E Butler
          8/19/2008 101 29 J Huff
          8/19/2008 1 24.7 E Womack
          8/19/2008 9 18 O Hoskins
          8/20/2008 13 14.1 J Lemaire
          8/20/2008 103 19.8 R Smith
          8/21/2008 19 23 W Wilson
          8/21/2008 12 20 L Britton
          8/21/2008 101 16 J Huff
          8/21/2008 Red Chevy 26.9 G Carter
                 
                 
                 
            TOTAL GALLONS 378.6  
                 
          STREET DEPARTMENT GASOLINE LOG
                 
          Week of 8/8-14/08    
                 
          DATE UNIT # GALLONS RECEIVER
          8/8/2008 9 19.9 O Hoskins
          8/8/2008 103 12 R Smith
          8/8/2008 30 21 E Butler
          8/8/2008 13 14 J Lemaire
          8/8/2008 1 4.1 E Womack
          8/11/2008 Zero turn 6 E Butler
          8/12/2008 103 14.6 R Smith
          8/12/2008 1 14 E Womack (Memp)
          8/12/2008 19 14.6 W Wilson
          8/12/2008 30 38.2 E Butler
          8/12/2008 9 13.6 O Hoskins
          8/13/2008 13 17 J Lemaire
          8/13/2008 Mosquito rig 18 K Kelly
          8/14/2008 Weed eater/Zero turn 16.1 E Butler
          8/14/2008 101 21 J Huff
                     
                     
                     
                 
            TOTAL GALLONS 244.1