Saturday, July 18, 2009

Fwd: Altus Grapefest Upcoming! see Schedule attached





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CITY OF HELENA-WEST HELENA
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From: Veronica Post <altusmayor@hotmail.com>
Date: July 18, 2009 1:23:14 PM CDT
To: "Mayor J. F. Valley" <mayorjfvalley@gmail.com>
Subject: FW: Altus Grapefest Upcoming! see Schedule attached


26th Annual Altus Grape Fest Upcoming!  Schedule attached!

Veronica Post
Mayor of Altus, Wine Capital of Arkansas, and Home of "the simple life"
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adumbrate \AD-uhm-brayt; uh-DUHM-\, transitive verb:

1. To produce a faint image or resemblance of; to outline or sketch.
2. To prefigure indistinctly; foreshadow.
3. To suggest, indicate, or disclose partially.
4. To cast a shadow over; to shade; to obscure.

The next day, when the year that had passed had been fully gone over and the hope for the year to come had been cautiously adumbrated, the delicate moment arrived when Ben Attar had to decide how to apportion the year's profit among the three partners.
-- Abraham B. Yehoshua, A Journey to the End of the Millennium
The letter even fixes the meeting as having taken place on October 23, which fits the chronology adumbrated by Professor Bald.
-- Jeremy Bernstein, "Heaven's Net: The Meeting of John Donne and Johannes Kepler", American Scholar, Spring 1997
The symbolical paintings, as they have come to be called, adumbrate a dark dream world where what seem dimly recollected circumstances, caught in their own nocturnal inertia, remain cryptic and mystifying.
-- Robert Berlind, "Edwin Dickinson: waking visions", Art in America, February 2003

Adumbrate derives from Latin adumbrare, "to sketch" (literally, "to shade towards," hence "to foreshadow or prefigure"), from ad-, "towards" + umbrare, "to shade," from umbra, "shadow."

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Friday, July 17, 2009

HWH-PD OFFICE OF INVESTIGATIONS REPORT DHR July 20, 2009

PREPARED BY:

CID LEAD INVESTIGATOR DENNIS COX

                             

 

DATE: July 10, 2009                                      Month of July 09- July 15, 2009

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­

______________________________________________________________________

CRIMES AGAINST PROPERTY

Investigators are currently investigating the charge of Arson in the 300 blk of S 10th.

Investigators have investigated the charge of Residential Burglary and Theft of Property in the 300 blk of St Clair. The property has been recovered and returned to the owner. Two arrests have been made in this matter.

Investigators are currently investigating the charges of Residential Burglary and Theft of Property in the 300 blk of S 7th.

Investigators are currently investigating the charges of Commercial Burglary and Criminal Mischief in the 100 blk of S 7th. One arrest has been made and more are pending in this matter.

Investigators are currently investigating the charges of Residential Burglary and Theft of Property in the 800 blk of S Beech.

_____________________________________________________________

 

CRIMES AGAINST PERSONS

Investigators are currently investigating the charge of Forgery. A suspect has been named and warrants are pending at this time.

_________________________________________________________________________________

 

NARCOTICS CRIMES

 

Investigators are currently investigating two cases involving narcotics in which four arrests have been made in these matters.

_________________________________________________________________________________

 

MISC. FELONIOUS CRIME

 

A weapon was recovered from the area of N Helena Park.

_________________________________________________________________________________

 

 

 

 

 

FUTURE ACTIVITIES:

Sgt. Covington to attend Training Officer's Development course

Develop and Implement Tip Line

CURRENT ACTIVITIES:

Reworking and looking at alternative operation times for division.

Working open cases

STAFF CONCERNS:

A Plan to Address City's Issues of Aggravated Robberies and Commercial Burglaries

Off- site recording for The Office of Investigations

Promotions & Raises

Clothing Allowance

Networking for East and West Precincts

Address City's problem areas.

FUEL:

Criminal Investigation Division fuel Purchased for the week of July 09 – July 15, 2009

Investigator

Date

Gallons

Fuel Usage Cost

Roy Covington Sr.

07/10/2009

20.5 Gal. @ $2.47

$51.06

Dennis Cox

 

07/10/2009

07/15/2009

14.4 Gal. @ $2.49

14.1 Gal. @ $2.39

$36.00

$34.00

Tommy Bivens

07/10/2009

12.8 Gal. @ $2.49

$32.00

Michael Thomas

07/13/2009

 

15.2 Gal. @ $2.49

 

$38.00

 

Chanta Mansfield

n/a

n/a

n/a

TOTAL

 

77.0 gallons

$191.06



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SANITATION DHR7-20-09

SANITATION DEPARTMENT

PROGRESS REPORT


 

Prepared by: Victor L. Jordan

Weekly Activities:

Monday 7-13-09

Begin the regular trash at 4:00am, ran the Lakeview route

Serviced the trucks and equipment

Picked up and delivered carts, 11 carts were put back in service

Picked up boxes from Sonic, Family Dollar, Watson Flower Shop, The Clover and Corner Market

Completed the demolition clean up on Franklin


 

Tuesday 7-14-09

Begin the regular trash route at 4:00am

Picked up and delivered carts

Put 15 carts back in service

Took unit #26 to Mayville and Son to repair power steering pump

Replaced batteries on Ford diesel tractor and assisted East Side Water Department with dozer completing the project in Straub Lane

Picked up boxes from Hoffinger, Sonic, Kidney Care, Pit Stop, Corner Market and Cunningham

Removed cylinder from back hoe for repair at Scott Equipment

Begin the demolition clean up on Don and Moore Streets on the East Side


 

Wednesday 7-15-09

Begin the regular trash route at 4:00 am

Repaired the hydraulic tank hose fitting on the Auto Car diesel tractor

Continued the clean up on Don and Moore Streets

Picked up and delivered carts

Put 20 carts back in service

Picked up boxes from Shoe Show, Cato, Beauty Mania, Roberson Furniture, Corner Market, Hoffinger, Family Dollar, Kipp Delta School and Myrna's


 

Thursday 7-16-09

Begin the regular trash route at 4:00am

Continued the clean up on Don and Moore Streets

Put 15 carts back in service

Picked up and delivered carts

Continued clean up on Don and Moore

Picked up boxes from Sears, Corner Market, Sonic, Food Pantry and Cunningham


 

Friday 7-17-09

Begin the regular trash route at 4:00am

Delivered and picked up carts

Completed clean up on Don and Moore Streets

Started demolition clean up on Cherry Street

Picked up boxes from Watson Flower Shop, Food Pantry, Sonic, Dr. Henderson's , Kidney Care and Juengel


 


 

FOLLOW UP ACTIVITIES:

Working with River City Hydraulic for the purchase of new Refuse Truck


 

Staff Concerns:

One new CDL operator was brought on staff

An incident involving one of our tractor trailers occurred and the Land fill and it turned over on its side in loose soil due a faulty fifth wheel. There was minimal damage to the truck and no injuries


 


 

District Court Weekly DHR 7-20-2009

WEEKLY DEPARTMENT REPORT
(Period of July 10 – July 16, 2009)

Department: Helena-West Helena District Court

Date:    July 20, 2009

Prepared by:    Linda Danley



SPECIFIC WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:

July 10 - 16, 2009 - Processed civil and small claims actions as received; input traffic violations and criminal actions into court database in preparation for arraignment; and prepared scheduled traffic violations and criminal actions for bench trial.
Fri., July 10, 2009 (9:00 A.M.) - Plea/Arraignment & Review Docket
    Total number of cases scheduled - 387
Wed., July 15, 2009 (9:00 A.M.) – Civil & Small Claims Hearings/Trials
    Total number of cases scheduled – 15 civil and 1 small claims
Thurs., July 16, 2009 (9:00 A.M.) - Bench Trials on Traffic Violations
    Total number of cases scheduled - 71
Thurs., July 16, 2009 (1:30 P.M.) – Bench Trials on Criminal Actions
    Total number of cases scheduled - 63

---------------------------------------------------------------
Breakdown of Traffic and Criminal Actions
Resolved during the period of July 10 - 16, 2009
Jurisdiction: City of Helena-West Helena

Finding
Criminal
Juvenile
Ordinance
Traffic
Total
DM
5
2
7
G
50
1
1
45
97
NG
2
2
NP
12
14
26
TOTAL
69
1
1
61
132


Jurisdiction: City of West Helena – OLD

Finding
Criminal
Total
NP
1
1
TOTAL
1
1


Jurisdiction: Phillips County

Finding
Criminal
Juvenile
Traffic
Total
DM
2
2
4
G
2
1
14
17
NP
1
1
TOTAL
5
1
16
22


ALL JURISDICTIONS

Finding
Criminal
Juvenile
Ordinance
Traffic
Total
DM
7
4
11
G
52
2
1
59
114
NG
2
2
NP
14
14
28
TOTAL
75
2
1
77
155


KEY:

DM – Dismissed        NG – Not Guilty

G – Guilty            NP – Nolle Prosequi

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Jail Roster
(July 10 - 16, 2009)

Defendant 
Case # 
Arrest
Date 
Release/
Sent. Date 
Disposition 
Baker, JamesCR-09-2583
06/30/09
07/10/09
Plea of guilty. Ordered to pay fines+cost ($220) plus costs of repairs and sentenced to 12 months supervised probation.
Henry, WillieCR-08-4401
06/26/09
07/10/09
Plea of guilty. Defendant's probation was revoked. Six (6) months jail sentence imposed.
Rattler, Tanadeaus CR-09-1811

CR-09-1812

CR-09-1813

CR-09-1960

CR-09-1961

CR-09-1962

CR-09-2485

CR-09-2486

CR-09-2487

CR-09-2488

CR-09-2489

CR-09-2490
Served while in jail on other charges.
07/10/09
Plea of guilty to all charges. Ordered to pay fines+cost totaling $1,700.00.
Swopes, Edward G. Jr.CR-09-382

CR-09-2428

CR-09-2429

CR-09-2430

CR-09-2431
06/18/09
07/16/09
Plea of not guilty. Trial set for 07/09/09. No Contact Order entered.

On 07/09/09, cases continued to 07/16/09.

On 7/16/09, plea of guilty to CR-09-382. To be given credit for time served in jail ($680) on total owed of $1325.00. Plea of no contest to all other charges. Sentenced to six months supervised probation, to have no contact with complaining party, and to pay restitution in the amount of $300.00.
Webster, ThomasCR-09-2400

CR-09-2202
07/10/09
Plea of guilty to both charges. Ordered to pay fines+cost totaling $840.
Wilson, DeaundreTR-08-3094

TR-08-3095

CR-08-4595

CR-08-4597
07/10/09
07/10/09
Plea of guilty to all charges. Ordered to pay fines+cost totaling $1435 and sentenced to 90 days in jail.


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FUTURE WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:

• Fri., July 17, 2009 (9:00 a.m.) - Plea/Arraignment

• Thurs., July 23, 2009 (9:00 a.m.) - Bench Trials on Traffic Violations

• Thurs., July 23, 2009 (1:30 p.m.) - Bench Trials on Criminal Actions    

• Fri., July 24, 2009 (9:00 a.m.) - Plea/Arraignment

• Thurs., July 30, 2009 (9:00 a.m.) - Bench Trials on Traffic Violations

• Thurs., July 30, 2009 (1:30 p.m.) - Bench Trials on Criminal Actions    

• Fri., July 31, 2009 (9:00 a.m.) - Plea/Arraignment

• Wed., August 5, 2009 – Civil & Small Claims Trials

• Thurs., August 6, 2009 (9:00 a.m.) - Bench Trials on Traffic Violations

• Thurs., August 6, 2009 (1:30 p.m.) - Bench Trials on Criminal Actions    

• Fri., August 7, 2009 (9:00 a.m.) - Plea/Arraignment

• Thurs., August 13, 2009 (9:00 a.m.) - Bench Trials on Traffic Violations

• Thurs., August 13, 2009 (1:30 p.m.) - Bench Trials on Criminal Actions    

• Fri., August 14, 2009 (9:00 a.m.) - Plea/Arraignment



FOLLOW-UP ACTIVITIES:
•    Enter dispositions into court database of cases brought before the court on July 17, 2009 (Bench Trial) 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:

•    Training for dispatch personnel on use of Virtual Justice (court software).

•    Anti-virus protection for computers.



    

HWHPD Office Of Investigations Report (DHR) 7/20/09

PREPARED BY:
CID LEAD INVESTIGATOR DENNIS COX

DATE: July 20, 2009 Month of July 09- July 15, 2009

______________________________________________________________________
CRIMES AGAINST PROPERTY

Investigators are currently investigating the charge of Arson in the 300 blk of S 10th.

Investigators have investigated the charge of Residential Burglary and Theft of Property in the 300 blk of St Clair. The property has been recovered and returned to the owner. Two arrests have been made in this matter.

Investigators are currently investigating the charges of Residential Burglary and Theft of Property in the 300 blk of S 7th.

Investigators are currently investigating the charges of Commercial Burglary and Criminal Mischief in the 100 blk of S 7th. One arrest has been made and more are pending in this matter.

Investigators are currently investigating the charges of Residential Burglary and Theft of Property in the 800 blk of S Beech.
_____________________________________________________________

CRIMES AGAINST PERSONS
Investigators are currently investigating the charge of Forgery. A suspect has been named and warrants are pending at this time.
_________________________________________________________________________________

NARCOTICS CRIMES
Investigators are currently investigating two cases involving narcotics in which four arrests have been made in these matters.
_________________________________________________________________________________

MISC. FELONIOUS CRIME
A weapon was recovered from the area of N Helena Park.
_________________________________________________________________________________

FUTURE ACTIVITIES:
Sgt. Covington to attend Training Officer's Development course
Develop and Implement Tip Line

CURRENT ACTIVITIES:
Reworking and looking at alternative operation times for division.
Working open cases

STAFF CONCERNS:
A Plan to Address City's Issues of Aggravated Robberies and Commercial Burglaries
Off- site recording for The Office of Investigations
Promotions & Raises
Clothing Allowance
Networking for East and West Precincts
Address City's problem areas.

FUEL:
Criminal Investigation Division fuel Purchased for the week of July 09 - July 15, 2009
Investigator
Date
Gallons
Fuel Usage Cost
Roy Covington Sr.
07/10/2009
20.5 Gal. @ $2.47
$51.06
Dennis Cox
07/10/2009
07/15/2009
14.4 Gal. @ $2.49
14.1 Gal. @ $2.39
$36.00
$34.00
Tommy Bivens
07/10/2009
12.8 Gal. @ $2.49
$32.00
Michael Thomas
07/13/2009
15.2 Gal. @ $2.49
$38.00
Chanta Mansfield
n/a
n/a
n/a
TOTAL

77.0 gallons
$191.06

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Code Enforcement DHR 7-20-09

July 13, 2009 – July 17, 2009

Code Enforcement Weekly Report

 

Department:   Code Enforcement

Date:     July 20, 2009

Prepared by:  Joshua McIntosh & Patrick Allen

Code Enforcement Officers

 

Special Weekly Activities

 

·         Standing Water 129 Short Mobile- Across from Greer's Auto Repair- Bunge Co. In progress

·         703 Cooke St.- Mr. Yeager inspected- Needs some electrical repair to meet Electrical Code- Contacted- Charles Covington (State Electrical Inspector)- Work being done presently per James Arnold

·         138 S. 6th St.- In Process of Clearing and Cleaning

·         Spoke with Torrence Thrower (501) 682-0740

o   ADEQ regarding properties on Ohio and Holly St.

o   Regarding Violation Classification2008-2 and Regulation 21.5.1 & 21.6.1

o   Requesting waste manifestations and dumb tickets

·         Received $500.00 Community Clean Up Award from WalMart

·         161 S. Sam St.- Jimmy Sellers – Received Business License to operate

·         503-505 Franklin St. – Completed demolition

·         200 Block Don St.- Continuing demolition clean up.

·         Spoke with School District regarding Durham Bus Company – ( property maint.)

o   Referred to Joe Black- Pending

·         Plotting Lots on Elm St. South St  Aaron St -Pending

·         927 Walnut- John Broome-Still Unresolved- Referred to Andre Valley

·         Gathering information regarding burned out houses in city

o   Collecting information regarding Burned Homes- Per Mayor Valley

o   Preparing report due by June-  Complete pending submission

 

Complaints by Citizens

 

·         Illegal Dumping – Bunge Company pending research

·         Fence incomplete on 405 S. Baringo St.-pending

·         155 Center St.- Various ordinance violations

·         223 Cherrydale St. – Overgrown yard- back still non compliant-pending

·         Grass on Radial St. – overgrown- pending

·         Various Complaints of Dogs at Large x 21

 

Cited Vehicle

 

·         See Excel report

 

Fuel

·         Dodge Charger- White 2008

o   $39.00

·         Chevy Impala- 2000

o   None

·         GMC Truck

o   $54.00

 

Letters Mailed

 

·         See Excel Reports

Mail

 

·         $12.18

 

Lots with piles of debris

 

·         141 Center St.

·         727 Pecan St.

·         462 Washington St.

·         207 S. Sam St.

·         200Blk Jane St.

·         817Blk Cherry St

·         510 W. Park St.

·         202 Madison St..

·         Joe Brady Dr.

 

Abandoned House List for City Council – pending Submission

 

·         252 West Wood Pl.- Alfred & Michele Kines

·         503 Biscoe- John Palmer

·         330 S. 6th St- Charles Graham

·         1114 Porter St. – Mayweather & Bailey

·         311 Walnut- Robert Titus

·         315 Walnut- Robert Titus

·         353 Prairie St.- Roger & Janet Sanchez

·         812 Elm St.- Carrie Kelly

           

Lien or Affidavit Issued

 

·         251 S. Sam St.- James Crockett

 

Future Weekly Activities

 

·         City Council Meeting- 7-21-09

·         Planning Commission Meeting- 8-5-09

·         Asbestos Inspector Training- Aug 4-6, 2009- Registered

·         Code Enforcement Building Inspector Course- Aug 10-14 2009- Registered

 

Follow-up Activities

 

·         Continue to address Non complaint properties

·         Focus on Lots and clean up efforts

·         Mail out Postcards and Canvassing neighborhoods

·         Meet with neighborhood watch organizations

·         Invoices for demolished properties

·         Proposed adopting of Mechanical ordinance- Per City Attorney

 

Staff Concerns

 

·         Office Space

·         Adopting of Mechanical Ordinance.

·         Training and Testing

·         Issuing Permits;  software and procedures

 

Work Order Request Form (WORF) Report

 

·       Lot 444 & 445  Corner of Walker and Beech St- Email to Oscar

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Code Enforcement DHR 7-20-09

Case Date

Property Owner

Property Address

Notes

Letter

Status

Assigned To

Group: 26.2006-Maintaining Inoperable or Other Damaged Vehicles on Property

7/17/2009

Bobby and Maggie Brown

301 Porter St.

Brown Lic 386MDO Vin 1G4CU5318N1664837

No

001: Open

Patrick Allen

7/17/2009

Vernon Felix

603  Biscoe St.

Lic 123MZK No Vin

No

001: Open

Joshua McIntosh

7/17/2009

Vernon Felix

603  Biscoe St.

No Lic Vin 1G3NG52MXX6330055 Olds Classic Gray

No

001: Open

Joshua McIntosh

7/17/2009

Vernon Felix

603  Biscoe St.

No Lic No Vin 4dr- Black

No

001: Open

Joshua McIntosh

7/17/2009

Vernon Felix

603  Biscoe St.

White No Lic No Vin 4dr w/ sun roof

No

001: Open

Joshua McIntosh

7/17/2009

Vernon Felix

603  Biscoe St.

Gray LX  No Lic No Vin 4dr

No

001: Open

Joshua McIntosh

Group Total: 6

Group: Chapter 10.08.02 Use Of Public Sewer Required

7/16/2009

Debbie Boyland

620 Kentucky St.

Waste water from washer is running out onto ground in back of house

Yes

001: Open

Patrick Allen

7/16/2009

Donald & Teresa Wiggins

620 Kentucky St.

Waste water from washer is running out onto ground in back of house

Yes

001: Open

Patrick Allen

Group Total: 2

Group: Chapter 5.12- Maintenance of Real Property

7/16/2009

Alice Y Hester

228 Beech ST.

Overgrown Lot

Yes

001: Open

Joshua McIntosh

7/16/2009

Anderson Stephen W ET AL

200 Block N 6th St.

Part of this lot belongs to Carl Williams

Yes

001: Open

Patrick Allen

7/16/2009

Angela Woodyard Brocato & Jack B SR

 

Dilapidated Trailer

Yes

001: Open

Joshua McIntosh

7/16/2009

Betty Jean Porter

300 Block N 6th St.

Lawn Care of lot

Yes

001: Open

Patrick Allen

7/16/2009

Bobby & Maggie Brown

616 Franklin

Burnt APT. Building

Yes

001: Open

Joshua McIntosh

7/17/2009

Bobby and Maggie Brown

301 Porter St.

Unsecured Home and Overgrown lawn

Yes

001: Open

Patrick Allen

7/16/2009

Heather Richards

207 S 4th St.

 

No

001: Open

Patrick Allen

7/16/2009

Helena National Bank

 

Overgrown Lots

Yes

001: Open

Joshua McIntosh

7/16/2009

Helena National Bank

533 Rightor ST.

Overgrown Lots

Yes

001: Open

Joshua McIntosh

7/16/2009

Henry Jordan

225/227 N 5th St.

Lawn Care

Yes

001: Open

Patrick Allen

7/16/2009

Hornor Realty Co.

300 Block S. 6th St.

Lot across from 312 S 6th St.

Yes

001: Open

Patrick Allen

7/16/2009

Jack & Angela WoodYard

 

Overgrown Lots

Yes

001: Open

Joshua McIntosh

7/16/2009

John G & Sue Mathews

Lot 1 Hickery Hills Dr.

West part of lot must be cut.

Yes

001: Open

Patrick Allen

7/16/2009

Johnny L Williams

216 Beech ST.

Severely Dilapidated & Criminal Activity

Yes

001: Open

Joshua McIntosh

7/16/2009

Lena B ET AL Price

 

 

Yes

001: Open

Joshua McIntosh

7/16/2009

Lena B ET AL Price

420 Franklin ST.

Overgrown Lots

Yes

001: Open

Joshua McIntosh

7/16/2009

Lena B ET AL Price

537 Rightor ST.

Overgrown Lots

Yes

001: Open

Joshua McIntosh

7/16/2009

Minnie Jefcoat

915 Cleburne St.

Lawn Care of back yard

Yes

001: Open

Patrick Allen

7/16/2009

Oliver & Rose Anderson

220 N. 5th St.

Lawn Care

Yes

001: Open

Patrick Allen

7/16/2009

Southern Communications Dev Corp.

Lot 444 Corner of Walker St. & Beech St.

Owner was notified last year regarding this property

Yes

001: Open

Joshua McIntosh

7/16/2009

Steve & Jennifer Hadder

214 S. 4th St.

 

No

001: Open

Patrick Allen

7/16/2009

Terese Skinner

303 N. 7th St.

Ditch on corner of lawn needs cutting

Yes

001: Open

Patrick Allen

7/16/2009

Virginia Burroughs

726 Columbia ST.

Brush growing over stopsign on corner of Market & Franklin

Yes

001: Open

Joshua McIntosh

7/16/2009

Wade & Margaret Howard

105 Arlington

Lawn Care

Yes

001: Open

Joshua McIntosh

7/16/2009

Willie & Kathline Hughes

133 N 5th St.

Lawn Care of lot

Yes

001: Open

Patrick Allen

Group Total: 25

Total Records: 33