Saturday, October 11, 2008

Delta Views Oct. 10



From: "Delta Regional Authority" <skidd@dra.gov>
Date: Sat, 11 Oct 2008 08:26:26 -0500
To: James F. Valley<mayorjfvalley@gmail.com>
Subject: Delta Views Oct. 10


 

 

Oct. 10, 2008

Planning For Our Future
 
By Pete Johnson
 
The Delta Regional Authority has completed an update of its regional development plan, a document that will be distributed to members of Congress, governors, local elected officials, economic developers, community leaders and others across the region. As we discuss this plan during the next several months, I want to stress that this isn't just another in a long line of studies about the Delta. It's not one of those documents that will sit on the shelves of congressional staffers, buried under similar reports. What we've attempted to produce is, in essence, a workbook that people in the 252 counties and parishes we serve will use to guide their development efforts. It includes specific goals and clearly outlined strategies for meeting those goals.
 
The eight states we represent -- Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri and Tennessee -- are now working on state strategic plan updates that will dovetail into this regional plan. Using both the regional plan and the state plans, local development districts and other entities in our region will have an easy-to-follow tool kit for advancement. This is one of the most important pieces of work we've done since the DRA was formed by Congress in 2000.
 
The overarching concepts behind the regional development plan are to:
 
-- Field a competitive workforce so communities in the region can grow and prosper.
 
-- Ensure we have performance-outcome measures that will allow us to track our progress.
 
The old Southern economic development model of opening an industrial park on the edge of town and hoping manufacturing companies will show up is no longer sufficient. Community leaders must now take a more holistic approach to economic development. As I've often stated in my speeches, most demographers believe there will be more jobs than there are qualified people to fill those jobs during the next three decades. The question will be which communities take the steps necessary to attract the best jobs.
 
Economic development these days is about far more than industrial recruitment. Community leaders have to build on their existing attributes, make sure they're fielding a competitive workforce and then work like crazy to attract private investment. They must:
 
1. Improve the health of the people in their communities with the clear understanding that healthy people yield healthy economies.
 
2. Deepen the culture of learning through improved public schools, workforce training programs and adult literacy programs.
 
3. Embrace diversity and new ways of thinking.
 
4. Nurture an entrepreneurial culture that will allow their communities to attract talented people who are passionate about what they do.
 
5. Deploy broadband internet access and other forms of enhanced information technology throughout their communities.
 
The economic competitiveness of rural areas is no longer assured through natural resources and inexpensive labor. The Delta region, predominantly rural and still largely agricultural, must do a better job of developing and retaining the talent necessary to find its place in the global economy -- an economy in which knowledge and innovation are rewarded. Developing talent encompasses more than providing a technically skilled workforce. In the new century, it entails educated, healthy and motivated citizens who can elevate the communities in which they live.
 
In order for our region to achieve a greater level of economic vitality, a higher percentage of healthy and educated residents is a must. Poor health diminishes economic output by reducing both labor productivity and the relative size of the labor force. Low educational attainment limits earning potential and is increasingly linked to lower life expectancy. Recognizing these connections, the DRA is working to enhance the competitiveness of the people who live here. We're forming partnerships with the private sector and other regional players so we can apply new ideas to solving old problems. We need leaders at the local level to address issues such as chronic disease, health-care access, workforce productivity and adult literacy. These issues are at the heart of today's brand of community and economic development.
 
Given the current economic situation, there's a real danger that the Delta region will drift from the national consciousness. Even though attention was focused on Louisiana and Mississippi in the wake of Hurricane Katrina three years ago, the Delta is easily discounted in the national debate despite its rich history and culture. There's little doubt that this region represents the greatest concentration of need in the country. At the DRA, we're working hard to ensure the Delta isn't forgotten as a new administration sets up shop in Washington next year.
 
No one denies that the problems are profound. We're not kidding ourselves. We're realists. And the realistic view is that without a committed response to these issues, things will never get better. We must bring together talent in the Delta, solve problems and leverage funding. Ensuring a trained and educated talent pool has to be our primary goal. Places such as the Silicon Valley, the Research Triangle of North Carolina, Boston, Austin and Phoenix already are talent magnets. But without a broader base of skilled workers throughout rural America -- including the 252 counties and parishes we serve -- we're shortchanging our national potential.
 
Let's put our blinders on and focus on the need for a talented workforce in the Delta. By "talented," I mean motivated, educated and skilled. With health as an essential precondition, we can begin moving forward with the understanding that our workforce crisis won't be solved by the public sector alone. We need the active participation of the business sector. The last thing we want to do is simply repackage existing workforce development ideas and training programs.
 
The recently completed update of our regional development plan offers an exciting vision for the Delta. We're anxious to share that vision with those in Washington and across the eights states we serve.
 
Pete Johnson of Clarksdale, Miss., is the federal co-chairman of the Delta Regional Authority. He was appointed by President Bush and confirmed by the U.S. Senate in 2001.
 
 
 

 

 
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Friday, October 10, 2008

Weekly Code Enforcement Report

October 10, 2008

Code Enforcement Weekly Report

October 6– October 10, 2008

 

Department:   Code Enforcement

Date:                 October 10, 2008

Prepared by:  Joshua McIntosh & Patrick Allen

Code Enforcement Officers

 

Special Weekly Activities 10/06/08 – 10/10/08

 

·        Attended council meeting and gave report of current status of code enforcement.

·        1108 Porter St. property condemned Ordinance 18

·        Lot on Norman St. Clean Up – PAID $110.00

·        426 Cherry St. Granny Dees- smell coming from Hair Store." Hair for Less"

o       Ordinance No. 17 prohibiting businesses from operating without water service

·        James & Barbara King

o       Lot 1 & 2 Block 42- Received letter regarding city cleaning lot

o       Received phone call- agreed to pay for lot when billed

·        Spoke to Oscar –instructed to cut lot

·        Lot 6 Blk 30- Betty Porter- James Arnold will take care of her property

·        645 Seminole- Request 30 day Extension- to begin repairs- Royce Dressel

o       Called Needs more time to contract a licensed carpenter to do repairs

·        276 Westwood- Freddie Hill requested contact Sadie Exwife about property- She was contacted and reported that she has tried to sell property but Mr. Hills owes taxes and IRS would not allow property to be sold without giving them their money. She is seeking legal advice.

·        Received call about 406-412 Jefferson St- Dorothy Harris about apartments being razed without notice.- billed

·        23 Lincoln Ct- Bernard Scoggins-PAID CITATION-$150.00

o       submitted payment report to clerk-to add to file

·        Majority of Week spent preparing for Blues Festival

o       Walked and patrolled Festival Oct 9-11 9am to 5pm

o       Issues dealing with proper permits

·        KFFA Radio – King Biscuit T-Shirt business in Mabies Furn. Building

·        Nathaniel Wright finalized inspections of food vendors

 

 

 

Complaints about Lawn Care

 

·        None recorded

 

 

Cited Vehicle

 

·        None

 

Mailed Postcards

 

·        114 Spruce- Archie Wortham

 

Fuel

Chevy Impala- 16.2gal; $ 52.00

Mail

·        $21.28

Letters mailed

 

·        None

 

Lots with piles of debris

 

·        141 Center St.

·        138 S. 6th St.

·        727 Pecan St.

·        462 Washington St.

·        207 S. Sam St.

 

Approved Condemned House List-Ordinance 16-2008

 

·        1415 Walnut- McClinton, 7973 PC 300 Rd

·        122 Walker St.-Edwards, 743 Highland St.

·        1315 Franklin St- Armstrong, 21602 Figuerga St. 23 Carson CA

·        276 Westwood Place- Freddie Hill, 230 S Ashlar

·        1806 Holly St. Baker, 300 S Damen Ave Apt 1505 Chicago

·        327 W Cleburne- Williams, PO Box 892 Marvell

·        207 S 6th St- Lambert, 97 Leslie Conway AR

·        326 S Baringo St- Wilson 600 Mulberry St Cherryville NC

·        1325 Pecan St- Johnnie Walker

·        1308 Cherry St. -Finley Olive, 9943 S Lafayette

·        1308 Pecan St. –Johnson Ernest- PO Box 289138 Chicago

·        1306 Ohio St. Ewing 12645 Liddington St Serrito CA

 

Pending Condemned House List

 

·        1429 Holly St. – Carolyn Lockridge, 1605 Holly St. Helena AR 72342

·        1108 Porter St.- Patricia Tipton & Brandon William

·        837 Alabama St. – Tonya Lee

·        315 S 6th St.- Esselene Meiers

·        1022/1024 Poplar St.- Ridge Charles and Wanda- Property Sent to State

·        645 Seminole – Rochridge Hannah-

·        1128 Beech St.- Webster Ovie & Dorothy

·        121 N 4th St.- Johnny Adams & Ruth Bigham

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

 

Citation Issued

 

·        None

 

Future Weekly Activities

 

·        Get condemnation listing from Daily World

·        Prepare for Blues Festival

·        Locate all city property

·        Call North Little Rock Attorney regarding nuisance abatement program

·        DHHS- Ask about person that issues daycare permits

·        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

·        More Focus on getting pictures before and after city does work on private property.

·        More Focus on Property Owners cutting property to street to include drain ditch

·        Planning Commission Meeting – October 15- Per Bernadette Messina

·        Focus on liens on property for outstanding Invoices

 

Follow-up Activities

 

·        Jane and Jordan St.

 

 

Staff Concerns

 

·              Creation of Accurate Budget

·              Blue Prince Code Enforcement Software-Getting pricing

·              Vehicles- Need new vehicles Marquis not working battery keeps dying

·              AACE Conference – Oct 28-31

o       Flight Little Rock Booked

o       Hotel Portland Booked

 


District Court Weekly DHR 10/10/08


WEEKLY DEPARTMENT REPORT

(Period of October 3 - 9, 2008)

 

 

Department: Helena-West Helena District Court

Date: October 10, 2008

Prepared by: Linda Danley

 

SPECIFIC WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:

Oct. 3 - 9, 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.

 

Fri., Oct. 3, 2008 - Plea/Arraignment (9:00 A.M.)

Total number of cases scheduled - 633

 

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

Total number of cases scheduled - 43

 

Thurs., Oct. 9, 2008 (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 Oct. 3 - 9, 2008

 

Jurisdiction: City of Helena-West Helena

Finding

Criminal

DWI

Juvenile

Traffic

Total

BF

1

 

1

 

2

DM

3

   

1

4

G

95

1

3

113

212

NG

1

     

1

NP

17

   

20

37

PRB

1

     

1

WQ

4

     

4

TOTAL

122

1

4

134

261

 
Jurisdiction: City of West Helena - OLD

Finding

Criminal

Total

G

2

2

TOTAL

2

2

 
Jurisdiction: Game & Fish

Finding

Criminal

Total

G

2

2

TOTAL

2

2

 
Jurisdiction: Highway Police "Z" Tickets

Finding

Criminal

Total

G

2

2

TOTAL

2

2

 
Jurisdiction: Phillips County

Finding

Criminal

Juvenile

Traffic

Total

DM

4

   

4

G

8

 

21

29

NP

3

2

15

20

TF

2

   

2

UA

1

   

1

TOTAL

18

2

36

56

 
ALL JURISDICTIONS

Finding

Criminal

DWI

Juvenile

Traffic

Total

BF

1

 

1

 

2

DM

7

   

1

8

G

107

1

3

136

247

NG

1

     

1

NP

20

 

2

35

57

PRB

1

     

1

TF

2

       

UA

1

     

1

WQ

4

     

4

TOTAL

144

1

6

172

323

 
KEY:

BF - Bond Forfeit

PRB - Probation

DM - Dismissed

TF - Transferred

G - Guilty

UA - Under Advisement

NG - Not Guilty

WQ - Warrant Quashed

NP - Nolle Prosequi

 

 

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JAIL ROSTER

(Period of October 3 - 9, 2008)

 

Defendant

Docket #

Arrest

Date

Release/

Sent. Date

Status/

Disposition

Boyd, James

CR-08-2753

CR-08-3764

CR-08-3765

09/17/08

 

Set for plea on 10/10/08.

Bridges, Curtis

CR-08-2762

09/26/08

10/03/08

Plead guilty. Sentenced to 6 months probation.

Davis, Elijah

CR-08-3628

CR-08-3668

CR-08-3669

09/28/08

 

Set for plea on 10/10/08.

Davis, Michael

CR-08-2752

CR-08-1834

09/13/08

10/03/08

Plead guilty to both charges. Sentenced to probation for 1 year.

Dismue, Demarcus

TR-08-889

TR-08-3121

CR-08-1364

CR-08-3196

09/27/08

10/03/08

Plead guilty to TR-08-889, CR-08-3196, and TR-08-3121. Ordered to pay fines+cost in TR-08-889 and TR-08-3196 ($410.00). Sentenced to 10 days in jail on CR-08-3196, to be served after serving out fines+cost.

Plea of not guilty on CR-08-1364. Set for 10/16/08.

Edmond, Sedric D.

CR-08-3663

09/28/08

10/03/08

Plead guilty. Sentenced to 12 days in jail with credit for time served. Also sentenced to one year of probation.

Ford, Cleveland J.

CR-08-3019

CR-08-3020

CR-08-3112

CR-08-3113

09/26/08

10/03/08

Plead guilty to all charges. Sentenced to one year of probation in CR-08-3019. Ordered to pay fines+cost totaling $615.00 on all remaining charges.

Garner, Brandon

TR-08-1987

CR-08-2596

10/01/08

10/03/08

Plead guilty to both charges. Ordered to pay fines+cost totaling $510.00. Authorized VWP.

Jefferson, Melvin

CR-07-3135

CR-07-3297

TR-08-1599

TR-08-1600

CR-08-1594

CR-08-1595

CR-08-1631

CR-08-1632

CR-08-2875

CR-08-2876

CR-08-2877

CR-08-2878

CR-08-2879

CR-08-2880

CR-08-2881

CR-08-2882

09/16/08

 

Plea of not guilty entered on 10/03/08. Cases set for 10/30/08.

Johnson, Cornell

CR-08-3695

09/29/08

 

Set for plea on 10/10/08.

Johnson, Marcus

CR-08-3579

CR-08-3580

CR-08-3581

07/19/08

10/30/08

Plead guilty to CR-08-3579. Sentenced to 30 days in jail and given credit for 30 days served.

Plea of not guilty to CR-08-3580 and CR-08-3581. Cases set for 10/30/08.

Johnson, Calvin B. Jr.

CR-08-2971

CR-08–3025

CR-08-3386

09/23/08

10/03/08

Plea of guilty to all charges. Sentenced to 30 days in jail on CR-08-2971 with credit for 11 days served. Ordered to pay fines+cost totaling $360.00 on remaining charges.

Johnson, John

CR-07-3888

CR-07-3894

CR-07-3795

CR-07-3997

CR-07-3998

CR-07-3999

Arrest date unknown. Served while in jail. (9/12/08)

10/03/08

Plead guilty to all charges. Ordered to pay fines+cost on CR-07-3997, CR-07-3998, and CR-07-3999 totaling $615.00. Sentenced to jail for 90 days on remaining charges.

McKinney, Ronnie

CR-06-614

CR-06-615

CR-06-1159

CR-06-1160

CR-08-2741

CR-08-3122

09/23/08

10/03/08

Plead no contest to all charges. Ordered to pay fines+cost of $205 on CR-08-2741. Sentenced to 50 days in jail on all remaining charges with credit for time served.

Perry, Marvin

CR-08-1738

CR-08-2760

CR-08-3505

09/17/08

10/03/08

Plea of guilty to all charges. Probation revoked and one year jail sentence entered on CR-08-2760.

Phiffer, Charley

CR-07-3906

CR-07-3907

CR-07-3908

CR-08-62

CR-08-63

CR-08-304

CR-08-305

CR-08-306

CR-08-2887

CR-08-2888

CR-08-2889

CR-08-3123

CR-08-3124

CR-08-3125

09/12/08

10/03/08

Plea of not guilty to CR-08-62 and CR-08-63. Cases set for 10/16/08.

Plea of guilty to all remaining charges. Sentenced to 30 days in jail with credit for 14 days served on CR-07-3906 and CR-07-3907. Sentenced to one year probation on CR-07-3908. Ordered to pay fines+cost totaling $1,845.00 on all remaining charges.

Phillips, Dwayne

CR-08-2511

CR-08-2708

09/28/08

 

Plea of not guilty. Cases set for 10/16/08.

Spates, Freddie B. Jr.

CR-05-1489

CR-07-453

CR-07-630

TR-07-359

09/13/08

10/03/08

Plea of guilty to all charges. Sentenced to 30 days in jail with credit for time served on CR-07-453. Ordered to pay fines+cost totaling $440.00. (To serve 10 days on back fines after serving current fines+cost).

Thompson, Alfonso

CR-08-3654

09/08/08

10/03/08

Plea of guilty. Sentenced to 30 days in jail with credit for time served.

Walker, Ricky

CR-08-2294

CR-08-2635

CR-08-2935

CR-08-2936

09/12/08

 

Set for plea on 10/10/08.

 

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FUTURE WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:
•Wed., Oct. 15, 2008 - (9:00 a.m.) - Civil & Small Claims Court
•Thurs., Oct. 16, 2008 - (9:00 a.m.) Bench Trials on Traffic Violations
•Thurs., Oct. 16, 2008 (1:30 p.m.) Bench Trials on Criminal Actions
•Fri., Oct. 17, 2008 (9:00 a.m.) - Plea/Arraignment
•Fri., Nov. 21, 2008 - No court. (District Court Clerk's meeting - Eureka Springs, AR)
•Thurs., Nov. 27 and Fri., Nov. 28,2008 - No court (Thanksgiving Holiday)
 
FOLLOW-UP ACTIVITIES:
• Enter dispositions into court database of cases brought before the court on Friday, October 10, 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.




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Police Department Weekly DHR 10-13-08

      HELENA-WEST HELENA POLICE DEPARTMENT

"WE SERVE, WE CARE" 
 

DATE: OCTOBER 13, 2008

REPORTING DATES: OCTOBER 2-8, 2008

PREPARED BY: OFFICE MANAGER / RECORDS 

CRIME DATA 

Disturbance: 43

Burglary: 16

Stolen Vehicle: 01

Escort: 29

Alarm: 28

Call for Police: 14

Rape: 01

Missing Person: 01 

COMMUNICATION CENTER:

CALL INTAKE:

CENTER: 700

911: 167

COLLECTIONS $2,212.50 

OFFICER CONTACTS:

Tickets: 46

Arrest: 20

Warrants: 14

Affidavit: 10

Reports: 112

Accidents: 12

Building Checks: 418

Officer Response / Contacts: 581  

Court Cases / October 2 & 3, 2008 Total 116

 

TICKETS: (Target Violations)

D.W.I.: 01

Suspended D/L: 02

Possession of Control Substance: 01

Speeding: 11 

Loud Music: 01  

Seat Belt: 09

Stop Sign Violation: 08

Warning Tickets: 19 
 

OFFICERS /WEEKLY GAS REPORT:

TOTAL $2,515.00 

SPECIFIC WEEKLY REPORT:

TRAINING / DRUG EDUCATION / OCT. 13 -15

COMMUNITY PROJECT / AHEC / CIRCLES / OCT. 9

COMMUNITY PROJECT / COMMUNITY CENTER

SENIOR SAFETY CLUB / OCT.16 

FUTURE WEEKY ACTIVITIES:

COMMUNITY PROJECT / RED RIBBON WEEK / OCT. 23-31

COMMUNITY PROJECT / CENTRAL HOMECOMING PARADE/ OCT. 24

COMMUNITY PROJECT / COMMUNITY CENTER

HALLOWEEN ACTIVITIES /OCT. 30

SECURITY / CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL / HOMECOMING GAME / OCT. 24  
 
 

FOLLOW UP ACTIVITIES:

TRAINING:

MAJOR SCOTT ATTENDED THE ARKANSAS ASSOCIATION

FOR POLICE CHIEF LOCATED IN LITTLE ROCK

TOPICS INCLUDED FAKE IDENTITY FRAUD, DRUG PREVENTION, AND LEADERSHIP

 

VEHICLES / REPAIRS / FLEET MANAGEMENT:

UNIT 04 / REPAIR / TIRE RODS

UNIT 05 / REPAIR / OVER HEATING

UNIT 11 / REPAIR / TRANSMISSION

UNIT 15 / REPAIR / BODY SHOP

UNIT 19 & 20 / REPAIR / BODY SHOP

PATROL:

SHIFT 1/ TARGET AREAS:

12 DISTURBANCES

17 TRAFFIC STOPS

25 BUILDING CHECKS

10 CITATIONS 

SHIFT 2 / TARGET AREAS:

02 FELONY (ARREST)

04 DISTURBANCES

158 BUILDING CHECKS 

SHIFT 3 / TARGET AREAS:

19 DISTURBANCES

04 MISD. WARRANTS (SERVED)

21 TRAFFIC STOPS

15 CITATIONS

110 BUILDING CHECKS 
 

SHIFT 4 / TARGET AREAS:

06 MISD (ARREST)

10 DISTURBANCES

14 CITATIONS

39 TRAFFIC STOPS

01 DWI

125 BUILDING CHECKS 

SRT TEAM / SATURATION HIGH CRIME AREAS

32 WARRANT CHECKS / VERBAL WARNINGS

3 DRUG ARREST 
 

WARRANT/ COURT OFFICER

COURT / OCTOBER 2 & 3, 2008 OFFICER JOHN THOMAS COLLECTED $1,256.00 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