Friday, January 29, 2010

Refuse Truck Bids Opened 1-22-2010

Here are the bids results from the bid opening on the Refuse Trucks opened January 22, 2010 at 1:30 p.m.

This is a listing of all bids received:

20FT Knuckleboom Grapple Loader with 30 Cubic Yard Trash Dump Body
$110,650.00

25K Rear Loading Refuse Collection Truck
2011 Model Year Freightliner M2106 and a Heil 5000 25k Rear Loader Body
$134,450.00


25Yard Heil DP 5000 Rear Loader Mounted on New 2011 Mack GU Chassis
$179,151.00

28 Yard Heil DP Python Automated Side Loader Mounted on New 2010 Mack MRU Left Hand Drive Chassis
$232,828.00

ADMINISTRATION WEEKLY DHR 2-1-10


CITY OF HELENA WEST HELENA, ARKANSAS


JAMES F. VALLEY, MAYOR


(870)817-4035 CELL PHONE


_________________________________________________________________________________ 


ADMINISTRATION WEEKLY DHR - 02/01/10


PREPARED BY:  MARK A. PRICE, COS; DANA J. FLOWERS, AA; AND BELINDA COVINGTON, PA.







SPECIFIC WEEKLY ACTIVITIES







MONDAY:



  • Contacted secretary of Planning Commission to have her attend City Council meeting on 2-2-10
  • Contacted ARML and got copies of 3 ordinances
  • Guidelines & Application Forms are available for download at www.adem.arkansas.gov under the fire service section


  • State agencies, local governments, and private non-profits that are in the impacted counties and suffered damages from the Oct 29 & 30 event that they must complete an RPA and send it to ADEM no later than the Jan 2 date
  • Met with Larry Wilson 209 North 10th









TUESDAY: 



  • Placed RFP on washing city cars in paper for Wednesday & Friday
  • MET WITH FLEMING IVORY ABOUT MARDI GRAS TRIP WITH DISTRICT
  • TAGGED SEVERAL VEHICLES
  • MET WITH MUNICIPAL LEAGUE CONCERNING CODIFICATION

  • CONTINUED WORKING TOWARD PURCHASE VEHICLE FOR FIRE CHIEF 

  • HAD NEW POLICE CAR STRIPED

  • ARKANSAS DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS ON FEB. 10

  • CONTINUED TOTALING & FINALIZING PO DOCUMENTS
  • BASE PAY ORDINANCE




WEDNESDAY:




  • MET WITH BASIL JULIAN (AEDC) & MIKE MARLAR (MARLAR ENGINEERING) IN LITTLE ROCK
  • ATTENDED YOUTH EVENT AT LEE HIGH SCHOOL IN MARIANNA

  • DISCUSSED BIDDING OUT UNIFORM CONTRACT


  • APPROVED VARIOUS PURCHASES


  • DISCUSSED ENERGY EFFICIENCY WITH ENTERGY REPRESENTATIVE
  • WORKING TO FIND COST EFFECTIVE TIME CLOCK

  • CONTINUED WORKING ON FLOW CHART FOR PURCHASING


  • City Council Agenda on Website: http://bit.ly/hwhccagenda2210  


  • 2010 Budget File Shared at: http://files.me.com/jfvalley/vqcuf3 




THURSDAY:



  • BEGAN TESTING E-TIME CLOCK SYSTEM

  • TAGGED 2 VEHICLES
  • DRAFT AGENDA DELIVERED TO COUNCIL
  • DRAFTED LETTER FOR LARRY WILSON





FRIDAY:



  • PREPARED DHM AGENDA
  • PREPARED COUNCIL AGENDA

  • BIDS COLLECTED 


  • CREATING ONLINE DOCUMENTS FOR PURCHASING, TRAVEL, ETC.


  • PROCESSING 2 POLICE VEHICLES


  • INFORMED 
  • Preparing 2 tag 12 items (vehicles/trailers, etc.)







FUTURE WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:






  • BIDS FOR REFUSE TRUCK OPENED ON JANUARY 22ND


  • BIDS FOR FIRE CHIEF'S TRUCK


  • BIDS FOR SALE OF THE 4 AUTOS OPENED ON JANUARY 22ND


  • TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT FORMS


  • OVERNIGHT TRAVEL APPLICATION FORMS





FOLLOW UP ACTIVITIES:
  • 2010 CENSUS
  • ANNEXATION -- ISLANDS


  • ANNEXATION -- GENERALLY


  • STREET PAVEMENT AND DRAINAGE PLANS


  • CITY COUNCIL REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION


  • ENSURE THAT BOOK IS ACCURATE FOR G&K DELIVERIES





STAFF CONCERNS/ISSUES:
CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION: TBA


  • PLANNING COMMISSION: TBA


  • A & P COMMISSION: TBA


  • WATER -- ADVERTISED OPEN POSITION


  • POLICE HAS SEVERAL OPEN OFFICER SLOTS


  • FIRE DEPARTMENT HAS TWO OPEN FIREFIGHTER SLOTS


  • SANITATION NEEDS ONE MORE STAFF PERSON


  • 98 PLAZA STREET SITE NEEDS JANITORIAL CARETAKER (ADD TO BW'S DUTIES/PERMIT OVERTIME)


  • HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION -- MAKE ASSESSMENT OF MEMBERS AND ATTENDANCE


  • ALL COMMISSIONS -- CHECK ON TERM EXPIRATION(S).






Bids on Police Cars 1-22-2010

Here are the results on the Bids on the police cars offered for sale on January 22, 2010:


This listing is for the highest bid for each car only

Black Crown Victoria
$1007.00

White Crown Victoria
$267.00


White Impala
$1007.00

Green Impala
$1327.00

Base Pay Ordinance (January 2010)




ORDINANCE NO.: ____-2010



 



Be It Enacted by the City Council of the City of Helena-West Helena, State of Arkansas, an Ordinance to be Entitled:



 



“AN ORDINANCE TO FIX THE NUMBER AND BASE PAY OF FULL-TIME CITY EMPLOYEES AND ELECTED OFFICIALS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.”



 



NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED



BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HELENA-WEST HELENA, STATE OF ARKANSAS:



 



Article 1. To establish the authorized positions for full-time employees and elected officials, the number of full-time employees and elected officials per position, and the base pay per position for each department or other unit of city government listed below shall be as follows:



 



Department                Position                                   Number                                  Base Pay



 



District Court              Deputy Court Clerks                +1.5                                          $8.00/hour





Police                          Dispatch                                    +0.5                                        $8.00/hour



                                    Domestic Violence Advocate    1     (Grant Funding)              $10.00/hour



                                    Trainer                                       1    (Grant Funding)               $10.57/hour











Article 2.         For each of the above departments or other units, the first listed position shall be the position that is responsible for the functioning of the department or other unit in the absence of the appropriate elected official and are therefore department head positions pursuant to relevant state law.



 



Article 3.         Base pay is hereby defined as the starting pay for a person taking any of the above positions anew or via promotion. In the event of promotion, however, the employee is permit to retain previously granted merit increases in pay. The base pay shall apply to saidperson/position for a minimum 180 days provided said person is a full-time employee. The base pay shall apply to said person/position for a minimum 367 days provided said person is an elected official. Each position provided hereinabove must also be funded through the appropriate funding article (ordinance, resolution, order or other written instrument) by the City Council of the City of Helena-West Helena, Arkansas prior to any person being compensated by the City of Helena-West Helena, Arkansas.



 



Article 4.         The City Clerk shall prepare payroll for the full-time city employees and elected officials only in accordance with this base-pay ordinance and shall report any discrepancy to the city council.



 



Article 5.         In the police and fire departments, the entry positions and first class positions may be counted cumulatively so long as the total number of people is equal or no greater than the total number of slots provided in this ordinance.



 



Article 6.         No non-elected position authorized in this ordinance that is now, or shall hereafter become vacant, shall be filled, except for persons working part time, without the approval of the Mayor. Part time is defined as any employee working an average of 28 hrs./week or less and not receiving fringe benefits or than those required by law. Elected positions shall be filled according to law and in compliance with this ordinance.



 



Article 7.         For any such vacancy, the appropriate elected official (City Attorney, City Clerk, or City Treasurer) and the Mayor shall determine whether there is any necessity to fill the same.



 



Article 8.         If any city official attempts to hire a person in violation of this ordinance, the city clerk shall refuse to include such person on the city payroll and shall report to the City Council the existence of the vacancy and the attempt to fill the same.



 



Article 9.         This ordinance specifically amends Ordinance _____-2009 with the Article 1 additions and/or modifications.



 



Article 10.       All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict with this ordinance are hereby repealed.



 



Article 11.       If any provision of this ordinance or the application thereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect other provisions or applications of the ordinance which can be given effect without the invalid provision or applications, and to this end the provisions of this ordinance are declared to be severable.



 



Article 12.       It is hereby found and determined by the City Council of the City of Helena-West Helena, County of PhillipsState of Arkansas, that the need for containment of the expenses of the City is critical to the residents of Helena-West Helena. Therefore this Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and approval.



 



Passed:           _____________________________



 



Approved:      _____________________________  ______________________________



                                                                                                JAMES F. VALLEY, Mayor



ATTEST:       _____________________________



                        SANDRA RAMSEY, City Clerk




Base Pay Ordinance (January 2010)




ORDINANCE NO.: ____-2010



 



Be It Enacted by the City Council of the City of Helena-West Helena, State of Arkansas, an Ordinance to be Entitled:



 



“AN ORDINANCE TO FIX THE NUMBER AND BASE PAY OF FULL-TIME CITY EMPLOYEES AND ELECTED OFFICIALS; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.”



 



NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED



BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HELENA-WEST HELENA, STATE OF ARKANSAS:



 



Article 1. To establish the authorized positions for full-time employees and elected officials, the number of full-time employees and elected officials per position, and the base pay per position for each department or other unit of city government listed below shall be as follows:



 



Department                Position                                   Number                                  Base Pay



 



District Court              Deputy Court Clerks                +1.5                                          $8.00/hour





Police                          Dispatch                                    +0.5                                        $8.00/hour



                                    Domestic Violence Advocate    1     (Grant Funding)              $10.00/hour



                                    Trainer                                       1    (Grant Funding)               $10.57/hour











Article 2.         For each of the above departments or other units, the first listed position shall be the position that is responsible for the functioning of the department or other unit in the absence of the appropriate elected official and are therefore department head positions pursuant to relevant state law.



 



Article 3.         Base pay is hereby defined as the starting pay for a person taking any of the above positions anew or via promotion. In the event of promotion, however, the employee is permit to retain previously granted merit increases in pay. The base pay shall apply to saidperson/position for a minimum 180 days provided said person is a full-time employee. The base pay shall apply to said person/position for a minimum 367 days provided said person is an elected official. Each position provided hereinabove must also be funded through the appropriate funding article (ordinance, resolution, order or other written instrument) by the City Council of the City of Helena-West Helena, Arkansas prior to any person being compensated by the City of Helena-West Helena, Arkansas.



 



Article 4.         The City Clerk shall prepare payroll for the full-time city employees and elected officials only in accordance with this base-pay ordinance and shall report any discrepancy to the city council.



 



Article 5.         In the police and fire departments, the entry positions and first class positions may be counted cumulatively so long as the total number of people is equal or no greater than the total number of slots provided in this ordinance.



 



Article 6.         No non-elected position authorized in this ordinance that is now, or shall hereafter become vacant, shall be filled, except for persons working part time, without the approval of the Mayor. Part time is defined as any employee working an average of 28 hrs./week or less and not receiving fringe benefits or than those required by law. Elected positions shall be filled according to law and in compliance with this ordinance.



 



Article 7.         For any such vacancy, the appropriate elected official (City Attorney, City Clerk, or City Treasurer) and the Mayor shall determine whether there is any necessity to fill the same.



 



Article 8.         If any city official attempts to hire a person in violation of this ordinance, the city clerk shall refuse to include such person on the city payroll and shall report to the City Council the existence of the vacancy and the attempt to fill the same.



 



Article 9.         This ordinance specifically amends Ordinance _____-2009 with the Article 1 additions and/or modifications.



 



Article 10.       All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict with this ordinance are hereby repealed.



 



Article 11.       If any provision of this ordinance or the application thereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect other provisions or applications of the ordinance which can be given effect without the invalid provision or applications, and to this end the provisions of this ordinance are declared to be severable.



 



Article 12.       It is hereby found and determined by the City Council of the City of Helena-West Helena, County of PhillipsState of Arkansas, that the need for containment of the expenses of the City is critical to the residents of Helena-West Helena. Therefore this Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and approval.



 



Passed:           _____________________________



 



Approved:      _____________________________  ______________________________



                                                                                                JAMES F. VALLEY, Mayor



ATTEST:       _____________________________



                        SANDRA RAMSEY, City Clerk




Sanitation DHR


SANITATION DEPARTMENT


WEEKLY REPORT


 

Prepared by: Victor L. Jordan

Date: 2-1-10

Weekly Activities:

Monday 1-25-10

Began the regular Lakeview trash route at 4:00am

Serviced the trucks units 21, 26, 27

Washed and cleaned units 21, 26 and 27

Repaired exhaust pipe on Dodge 250

Delivered a cart to 624 Cedar

Picked up boxes from Sonic, Wendy's, Jordan Kwik Stop, Central High, Beech Crest, JF Wahl, Watson Flowers, West Helena Furniture, Calhoun Funeral Home, Conoco Helena Crossing, Corner Market and County Jail

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 1-29-10 38.13

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 24.22


 


 

Tuesday 1 -26-10

Began the regular trash route at 4:00am

Repaired cylinder on unit 30

Unit 24 was repaired and put back in service

Delivered a cart to 311 Proffit Drive

Picked up a cart from 332 Jerry

Picked up a 6 yard dumpster from 119 Jordan

Picked up boxes from Sonic, Wendy's, Pit Stop, Central High, Dixie Furniture, Clover, Food Pantry, Kidney Care, Beech Crest, JF Wahl, Watson Flowers, Family Dollar and Conoco Helena Crossing

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 42.78


 

Wednesday 1-27-10

Began the regular trash route at 4:00am

Began the demolition at Three Rivers Flooring with the dozer

Assisted the West Side Water Department loaning our back hoe operator

Washed and cleaned unit 30

Picked a 6 yard dumpster from 525 York and 2 yard from 115 Valley Drive

Replaced cart at 320 Russ

Picked up boxes from Sonic, Wendy's, Central High, JF Wahl, Beech Crest, West Side, Watson Flowers, Conoco Helena Crossing, It's Fashion, Corner Market and Myrna's

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 35.77


 

Thursday 1-28-10

Began the regular trash route at 4:00am

Replaced hydraulic hose fitting on unit 29

The new starter for unit 25 was delivered by Truck Pro

Delivered 8 yard dumpster to 300 Prairie

Delivered a cart to 113 Baker

Picked up boxes from Sonic, Wendy's, Dixie Furniture, Central High, JF Wahl, Food Pantry, Kidney Care, Corner Market, Conoco Helena Crossing and Delta Gypsy

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 22.58

Friday 1-29-10

Began the regular trash route at 4:00am

Removed the steering arm on unit 29 and ordered new part

Picked up boxes from Sonic, Wendy's, Beech Crest, Conoco Helena Crossing


 


 

FOLLOW UP ACTIVITIES:

Making plans to install the starter on unit 25, the vehicle is currently at River City Hydraulics

Writing estimates for Code Enforcement

Following up on the South Washington water control project

Working on final plans for electronic waste


 

FUTURE ACTIVITIES:

Selling the processed paper

Purchasing a new refuse truck

Working on plastic recycling with ADEQ

Razing dilapidated structures

Completing the plans for the Sims ditch project


 

STAFF CONCERNS:

No major staff concerns at this time

Code Enforcement Weekly DHR 2-1-2010

January 25, 2010 – January 29, 2010

Code Enforcement Weekly Report


 

Department: Code Enforcement

Date:      February 1, 2010

Prepared by: Joshua McIntosh & Patrick Allen

Code Enforcement Officers


 

Special Weekly Activities


 

  • Submitted Invoice to City Attorney – Barbara King- $930.00 overdue
    • Lot 1 S1/2 & 2 Block 42 -6 hours - $465.00Inv
  • Received Copy from Andre Valley of N. Little Rock's City policies for review
    • Demolition Ord.
    • Approach to Clean Up Liens
  • Reviewing Cases to close out and update.
  • Meeting with Jim Van Tungeln- Permits & Zoning
    • Jan 26, 2010 – Meet with Jim Van Tungeln
  • Emailed Tim Schuringa list of condemned property and cited vehicles
  • Using Permit software training- Demonstrated to Diane Tyler
  • Reviewing Zoning Code Book- Submitted By Van Tungeln- Still in review
  • Contacted Crown Inn regarding trash on Kentucky St. -


 

Received list of lots to ID- per Street Dept.- Continuing to compile cost and verify responsible owners

Numbered List for Mowing & Code Enforcement
 

  • 1.) Across Valley Beauty Shop- Block 64 Lot 4,5,6 -William Earnest James-8 hours - $620.00/$387.50Inv
  • 2.) Across Pettis Memorial Church – Block 64 Lot PT 18- Holland Isaac- 4 hours -$310.00/$232.50Inv
    Reviewing- citizen says it is not his property
  • 3.) Next door Pettis Memorial Nursery (Blue Building)-3 hours
    -$232.50
  • 4.) Lot next to Mrs. Simes (next to 338 S Washington)- Lot 19 Block 83; Sublime Investments-1 hour - $77.50
  • 5.) Lot Behind 51 Lambert – Lot 210 Desoto Heights Gary Lynch- 1
    hour
    - $77.50Inv
  • 7.) Lot in curve South & Washington/ Lot in curve across Gilcrest house South & Washington – South Park Subdivision- $77.50Inv
    • Lot 1- Linda Shannon
    • Lot 2- Bessie Kirkwood
    • Lot 3- Gwen Jones
    • Lot 4- Lewis Ellis
  • 8.) Lot behind Willie B. Warren on Coanza- 1.5 hours -$116.25/$77.50Inv
  • 9.) Lot on North side of 1219 Cherry St. – 1 hour - $77.50
  • 10.) Lot 300 Block South 5th St-1.5 hours - $116.25Inv

  • 11.) Lot corner Popular & Porter- 1 hour - $77.50Inv
  • 12.) 500 Block Rightor behind Old Safeway- .5 hour
    - $38.25Inv corrected 01/06
  • 13.) 500 Block Rightor behind PC housing- Rogerline & Gloria Johnson-.5 hour - $38.25Inv-corrected 01/06
  • 14.) Corner York & Pecan- .5 hour - $38.75Inv

  • 15.) 400BlkElm (Southside)across from Credit Union- 262 E1/2 Phillips Gp-3.5 hours - $271.25/$116.25Inv
  • 16.) 400 Block Elm (Northside) next to Credit Union -124-125 Phillips Group- 2 hours - $155.00
  • 17.) 100 Block Frank Frost – 3 hours - $232.50
  • 18.) 200 Block St Francis at Arkansas (Southside)- 1.5 hours - $116.25
  • 20.) Corner Pecan and Jefferson (Eastside) – 1 hour - $77.50
  • 21.) South East Corner Lot Park & Ashlar-1 hour - $77.50
  • 22.) South West Corner Lot Park & Ashlar- Quanita Jackson- Lot 1 Block 70- 1 hour - $77.50
  • 24.) Lot North of 334 South Coanza- Leola Green- Lot 18 Block 71-1.5 hours - $116.25
  • 25.) Lot on Oakland Between Suddenlink office and Satellite Station-1 hour - $77.50
  • 31.) Corner lot Pecan & Mcdonough - .5 hour - $38.75
  • 32.) 181 Oakland – Robert Titus-5 hour - $387.50
  • 33.) 144 Military Rd.- Robert Titus-
    2 hours - $155.00


 


 


 

Request for Extension


 

  • 819 Newman Dr.- Andre Morgan
  • 846 ½ Biscoe- Nicki Jacks
  • 1502 Sulpher Springs Rd- Jeff Willis


 

Complaints by Citizens


 

  • See Excel Citizen Request Report


 

Cited Vehicle


 

  • See Excel report


 


 


 

Letters Mailed

  • See Excel Report

Mail


 

  • $ .88


 

Lots with piles of debris


 

  • 727 Pecan St.- owner
  • 207 S. Sam St.- city
  • Joe Brady Dr. owner


 

  • Abandoned House List for City Council –


 

  • 216 Beech St.- Johnny Williams
  • 714 Porter St.- Pearlene Boyd
  • 1433 Perry Ext. – Augusta Mckinney
  • 100 Neil Rd.- Roberts,
  • 339 S. 6th St. – James Barton


 

Lien, Citation, or Affidavit Issued


 

  • None


 

Future Weekly Activities


 

  • Attend various commissions.
  • Membership Renewal- American Association of Code Enforcement
  • HVAC/R- Re-certification


 

Follow-up Activities


 

  • Focus on Lots and clean up efforts
  • Review Cases to Close Out and Update
  • Contact Railroad Company regarding overgrown grass
  • Canvassing neighborhoods
  • Invoices for demolished properties
  • Proposed adopting of Mechanical ordinance- Per City Attorney


 

Staff Concerns


 

  • Nuisance Abatement Ordinance- still working


 


 


 

  

Citizen Response 

  

 

Request Date 

Address of Property in Violation 

What are you concerned about? 

  

  

  

  

  

 

1/29/2010 

Various Streets in city 

Dogs at Large 

  

  

  

  

  

 

  

Note Summary 

  

  

 

  

  

Note Date 

Note 

  

  

 

  

  

1/29/2010 

Reports of dog problems on St. Francis,Arkansas St, College St., Walker St., Poplar St., Cooke St.

  

  

 

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

 

Request Date 

Address of Property in Violation 

What are you concerned about? 

  

  

  

  

  

 

1/29/2010 

163 Center St 

Burnt property 

  

  

  

  

  

 

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

 

Request Date 

Address of Property in Violation 

What are you concerned about? 

  

  

  

  

  

 

1/29/2010 

Word Ave 

Tree Limbs on street 

  

  

  

  

  

 

  

Note Summary 

  

  

 

  

  

Note Date 

Note 

  

  

 

  

  

1/29/2010 

There are limbs overhanging or in the street.  

  

  

 

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

 

Request Date 

Address of Property in Violation 

What are you concerned about? 

  

  

  

  

  

 

1/29/2010 

Dollar General 

Trash behind building in fiels 

  

  

  

  

  

 

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

 

Request Date 

Address of Property in Violation 

What are you concerned about?

  

  

  

  

  

 

1/29/2010 

August Moon Rest 

Trash and Unsafe or sanitary conditions 

  

  

  

  

  

 

  

Note Summary 

  

  

 

  

  

Note Date 

Note 

  

  

 

  

  

1/29/2010 

Said it came from new daycare and unwilling to clean up. 

  

  

 

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

 

Request Date

Address of Property in Violation 

What are you concerned about? 

  

  

  

  

  

 

1/29/2010 

kentucky and quarles 

Dogs at Large 

  

  

  

  

  

 

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

 

Request Date 

Address of Property in Violation 

What are you concerned about? 

  

  

  

  

  

 

1/29/2010 

St. John Ct

Pile of Debris 

  

  

  

  

  

 

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

 

Request Date 

Address of Property in Violation 

What are you concerned about? 

  

  

  

  

  

 

1/29/2010 

Pop;ar 

1100 Block 

  

  

  

  

  

 

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

 

Request Date 

Address of Property in Violation 

What are you concerned about?

  

  

  

  

  

 

1/29/2010 

na 

The city took basketball globe off property 

  

  

  

  

  

 

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

 

Request Date 

Address of Property in Violation 

What are you concerned about? 

  

  

  

  

  

 

1/29/2010 

10th St 

Dogs barking constantly  

  

  

  

  

  

 

  

Response Summary 

  

  

 

  

  

Response Date 

Response 

  

  

 

  

  

1/29/2010 

Went to area and have found no dogs yet 

  

  

 

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

 

Request Date 

Address of Property in Violation 

What are you concerned about? 

  

  

  

  

  

 

1/29/2010 

Across the street

Vehicle in yard  

  

  

  

  

  

 

  

Response Summary 

  

  

 

  

  

Response Date 

Response 

  

  

 

  

  

1/29/2010 

Will contact property owner of property in complaint 

  

  

 

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

 

Total Records: 11 

  

  

 
         
         


 


 

  

DHR 2-1-2010 

Case Date 

Property Owner

Property Address 

Notes 

Letter 

Assigned To 

  

Group: Act 390- Scrap Metal Dealers 

1/26/2010 

Danny Wilson 

129 N Washington St. 

Refer to notes 

No 

Patrick Allen 

  

Group Total: 1 

  

Group: Chapter 5.12- Maintenance of Real Property 

1/29/2010 

  

233 N 2nd 

House is open & burned  

  

Patrick Allen 

  

1/29/2010 

Lamar Advertising 

600 Blk of Oakland 

2 / Signs has fallen down 

Yes 

Joshua McIntosh 

  

1/26/2010 

Sammie & Juril Fonzie 

1025 Park Hill 

Burnt house & lawn care, 2nd notice 

Yes 

Joshua McIntosh 

  

Group Total: 3 

  

Total Records: 4