Friday, February 5, 2010

ADMINISTRATION WEEKLY DHR 2-08-10

CITY OF HELENA WEST HELENA, ARKANSAS

JAMES F. VALLEY, MAYOR

(870)817-4035 CELL PHONE

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ADMINISTRATION WEEKLY DHR - 02/08/10

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



SPECIFIC WEEKLY ACTIVITIES



MONDAY:



  • OPENED RFPs FOR DETAILING CITY VEHICLES
  • ORDERED SPEED HUMPS
  • HAD UNIT WITH BROKEN AXLE REPAIRED (WHITE CROWN VICTORIA)
  • 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
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TUESDAY: 



  • MET WITH ERNIE CARSON (REGARDING BIDS)
  • CITY COUNCIL MEETING
  • FLEMING IVORY STATED BRITISH WILL BE FEBRUARY 19TH
  • TAGGED SEVERAL VEHICLES
  • ARKANSAS DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS ON FEB. 10
  • CONTINUED TOTALING & FINALIZING PO DOCUMENTS
  • BASE PAY ORDINANCE WAS NOT DISCUSSED AT THE COUNCIL MEETING
  • ORDINANCE COMBINING CLERK AND TREASURER POSITIONS FAILED
  • ORDINANCE ON SCOPE OF WORK WAS ADDED TO THE NEXT AGENDA



WEDNESDAY:





  • ORDERED FIRE CHIEF POLICE TRUCK FROM LANDERS
  • DISCUSSED BIDDING OUT UNIFORM CONTRACT
  • RECEIVED AUTO LAWSUIT (CHRISTOPHER SPEED)
  • APPROVED VARIOUS PURCHASES
  • 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 
  • MAILED CITY COUNCIL PAYROLL CHECKS



THURSDAY:



  • LETTER CONCERNING PORT
  • WORKED ON NEW PROPOSAL FOR DETAIL OF CITY VEHICLES
  • WORKED ON NEW PROPOSAL FOR SALE OF SEVERAL VEHICLES
  • REVIEW APPLICATIONS AND DISCUSSED THE SAME WITH HR DIRECTOR
  • WORKED ON APPLICATION FOR FINANCING OF $134,450.00 REFUSE TRUCK PURCHASE
  • MADE PROVISIONS FOR AUDITORS WORK SPACE



FRIDAY:



  • COUNTY WIDE TASK FORCE KICKOFF MEETING
  • CONTINUED WORK ON APPLICATION FOR FINANCING
  • SGRUGGS SUBMITTED PROPOSAL FOR USED KNUCKLEBOOM $40,000.00 (100,000 MILES)
  • PREPARED DHM AGENDA
  • CREATING ONLINE DOCUMENTS FOR PURCHASING, TRAVEL, ETC.
  • RECEIVED FRANCHISE FEES FROM GEORGE KING WITH SUDDENLINK
  • HELD APPEAL FOR EMPLOYEE WHO WAS SUSPENDED FOR 3 DAYS; REDUCED TO 1 DAY AFTER CONSULTATION WITH FOREMAN AND SUPERVISOR
  • ATTENDED PHILLIPS COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT TASK FORCE PRELIMINARY MEETING
  • MET WITH STATE REPRESENTATIVE CLARK HALL ON A VARIETY OF ISSUES
  • APPROVED TRAVEL REQUESTS AND PER DIEMS FOR MARDI GRAS (POLICE) FORT SMITH (PARKS AND RECREATION)
  • DIRECTED TABLES AND CHAIRS BE SET UP IN AUDITORS WORK SPACE




FUTURE WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:



  • PROPOSAL FOR USED KNUCKLEBOOM
  • SALE THE 4 AUTOS 
  • 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).

SANITATION DHR

SANITATION DEPARTMENT

WEEKLY REPORT


 

Prepared by: Victor L. Jordan

Date: 2-8-10


 

Weekly Activities:

Monday 2-1-10

Began the regular Lakeview trash route at 4:00am

Serviced the trucks units 21, 26, 27 and 28

Serviced the transmission on unit 30

Took the broken finger to Helena Machine Shop

Replaced carts at 306 Waverly Wood and 127 South 10th

Picked up carts from 115 Kristy Lane, 201 Gordon, 915 Poplar, 201 Poplar, 210 Moore, 144 Scared Heart, 136 Scared Heart, 614 Walker and 1015 College

Picked up boxes from Sonic, Wendy's, Central High, Beech Crest, JF Wahl, Kidney Care, Corner Market, Watson Flowers, Conoco Helena Crossing, Family Dollar and 701 Oakland

Total tonnage taken to Landfill from 1-29-10 25.88

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 27.22


 

Tuesday 2-2-10

Began the regular trash route at 4:00am

Repaired the slide rail on unit 26

Picked up the broken finger from Helena Machine Shop and installed it on unit 26

Replaced carts at 84 Cross, 406 Adams and 203 Buckeye

Picked up a cart at 1871 Hwy 242

Picked up boxes from Sonic, Wendy's, Central High, JF Wahl,

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 24.84


 

Wednesday 2-3-10

Began the regular trash route at 4:00am

Delivered carts to 860 Georgia and 326 Russ

Picked a cart from 720 Kentucky

Street Foreman Earnest Womack took the PTO from unit 21 to Truck Pro in Memphis, he also ordered the steering drag link for unit 29 from MHC Ford while in town

Picked up boxes from No paper was picked up today, continued to process the paper in the shop

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 30.17


 

Thursday 2-4-10

Began the regular trash route at 4:00am

Took unit 26 to Mayville to repair an air leak

Mechanic Chad Davis took driver Travis Crawford and Tyrone Collins to Little Rock to assist in installing the starter and bringing back unit 25 from River City Hydraulics

Picked up carts at 537 Word and 439 Alice

Delivered carts to 215 North 6th, 100 Baker and 232 North 5th

Picked up boxes from Sonic, Wendy's, Central High, Beech Crest, Corner Market, Conoco Helena Crossing and Calhoun Funeral Home

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 17.83


 

Friday 2-5-10

Began the regular trash route at 4:00am

Picked up boxes from Sonic, Wendy's, Beech Crest, Central High, JF Wahl, Kidney Care, Corner Market, Food Pantry and Conoco Helena Crossing

Used commercial truck and dumpster to assist in trash collection


 


 


 

Follow Up Activities:

Unit 25 was taken to Glover Truck Repair, we will know the status later in the week

Continuing to work with Code Enforcement on writing estimates

Following up on the Washington Street water control as soon as the weather permits

Finalizing the plans for the next electronic waste collection


 

Future Activities:

Selling the processed paper

Working on plastic recycling

Razing dilapidated structures

Completing the plans for the Sims ditch project


 

Staff Concerns:

No major staff concerns at this time, we had two minor slips both employees are back at work

HWHPD OFFICE OF INVESTIGATIONS REPORT (DHR) 02-05-10

PREPARED BY:

CID COMMANDER, LT. R. COVINGTON SR.

DATE: February 05, 2010 Month of January 29- February 04, 2010

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CRIMES AGAINST PROPERTY

Investigators are currently investigating 3- Residential Burglaries one in the area of East Cleburne, Quarles Ln., and Sioux Street, 1- Commercial Burglary in the area of Old Little Rock Rd. where a large amount of items were taken but most were recovered after a speedy response from patrol, we had 5- Theft of Properties that accompanied these felony crimes committed, and 1- Criminal Mischief.

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CRIMES AGAINST PERSONS

Investigators are currently investigating 1 alleged Sexual Assault after a Helena- West Helena man was found with an under aged teen after locating her of a community website facebook. This case is pending investigation and no arrests have been made at this time but suspect was detained and questioned.

Investigators are currently investigating 1 alleged Aggravated Robbery after a Helena- West Helena man reported that a unknown male approached him in the parking lot of the shopping plaza with a gun demanding money. This case is currently under investigation with no arrest at this time

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NARCOTICS CRIMES

Investigators are currently investigating 1- Possession of Controlled Substance Cocaine after a Helena- West Helena woman later identified as Chasity Person was stopped on a traffic stop after an altercation, and in her possession were two bags of what officer’s identified as powdered cocaine. Person was also charged with Resisting Arrest, and Assault of an Officer.

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MISCELLENEOUS

Investigators arrested Edmond Reese on the charges of 3 counts of Battery 1st Degree, Terroristic Act and Possession of Firearms by Certain Persons stemming for several previous incidents involving Reese who is currently being held in The Phillips County Jail on a total of $340,000.00 bond.

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FUEL:

Criminal Investigation Division fuel Purchased for the week of January 29- February 04, 2010

Investigator

Date

Gallons

Fuel Usage Cost

Roy Covington Sr.

02/01/2010

13.5 Gal. @ $2.65

$36.16

Dennis Cox

02/01/2010

18.4 Gal. @ $2.65

$49.00

Tommy Bivens

02/03/2010

01/29/2010

18.3 Gal. @ $2.65

10.1 Gal. @ $2.65

$48.85

$27.00

Chanta Mansfield

02/04/2010

20.1 Gal. @ $2.65

$59.54

TOTAL

80.4 gallons

$220.55

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Police DHR 01/08/2010

Police (DHR) February 08, 2010

Helena- West Helena Police Department

“We Serve, We Care”

Date: February 08, 2010

Reporting Dates: January 29-February 5, 2010

Prepared By: Office Manager, Records & Communications Department

Crime Data

Disturbance: 22

Burglary: 03

Stolen Vehicle: 00

Alarm: 18

Escort: 10

Missing Person: 00

Communication Center:

Dispatch/ Call Intake:

Landline: 2,823

911 Calls: 477

Officers Weekly Gas Usage

$1,475.52

Bond & Fine

$9,425.50

Vehicle Status

Unit 04 / Chevrolet/ Out of Service/ Transmission

Unit 17/ Out of Service/ Order Pending

Unit 20/ Out of Service/ Accident

Officer Contacts

Tickets: 55

Arrest: 26

Affidavits: 05

Reports: 36

Accidents: 14

Building Checks: 317

Officer Response to Citizens/ Contacts: 462

Uniform Patrol Division

Shift 1 / Target Areas (Day)

06 Citations

04 Disturbances

05 Misdemeanor Arrest

18 Traffic Stops

38 Building Checks

Shift 2/ Target Areas (Evening)

11 Citations

06 Disturbances

09 Misdemeanor Arrest

20 Traffic Stops

70 Building Checks

Shift 3 / Target Areas (Day)

25 Citations

08 Disturbances

08 Misdemeanor Arrest

02 Felony Arrest

22 Traffic Stops

91 Building Checks

Shift 4 / Target Areas (Evening)

05 Citations

04 Disturbances

02 Misdemeanor Arrest

27 Traffic Stops

118 Building Checks

Tickets Issued for reporting period

DWI: 00 (Year to Date: 00)

Suspended Driver License: 04

Possession Controlled Substance: 00

Speeding: 13

Loud Music: 00

Seat Belt: 12

Stop Sign Violation: 09

No Insurance: 08

No Vehicle Registration: 05

Specific Weekly Activities

Captain Meeting / DWI Procedures

Projects

False Alarms / Compliances

DWI/ Task Force

Drug Awareness/ City Schools

Underage Drinking Coalition/ City Schools

Law Enforcement Coalition / Bancorp

Special Services

Domestic Violence Unit / Support Group

Up and Coming Activities

Domestic Violence / Task Force Meeting

Red Cross / Communication Meeting

Special Training

Anger Management


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February 1, 2010 – February 5, 2010

Code Enforcement Weekly Report


 

Department: Code Enforcement

Date:      February 8, 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. –
  • Talked to Maurice Smith, principal of Central High School, concerning drainage problems and wires. He advised he would talk to Mr. Simpson.
  • Mr. Tisby requested zoning information on Dianna Place area.


 

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

None


 

Complaints by Citizens


 

Dog complaints Arkansas Street area, Kentucky Street area and Anderson Street.


 

Cited Vehicle


 

Pontiac SSE, no vin, no tag.


Fuel

GMC Z71 - $41.00


 


 


 

Letters Mailed

535 Word Ave.

411 Grand Ave

1009 Poplar

Ebony Street

Mail


 

  • $1 .76


 

Lots with piles of debris


 

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


 

  • 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


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

DHR Parks and Recreation 02-08-10

Weekly Report

Department: Parks and Recreation

Date: 02-08-10

Prepared by: B. O'Shea Burrell

Specific Weekly Activities

Monday 02-01-10

Daily cleaning done @ HWHCC

After school tutorial 3:30pm-5pm

Free play 5pm-6pm

Held coaches meeting for 40 and over league 6pm

Adult male free play 6pm- close

Tuesday 02-02-10

Daily cleaning @ HWHCC

Cleaned the top of the utility closet @ HWHCC

Mrs. McKinney conducted D-Tyme Program @ HWHCC 3pm-6pm

After school tutorial 3:30pm-5pm

Free play 5pm-6pm

Adult male free play 6pm-close

Wednesday 02-03-10

Daily cleaning done @HWHCC

Changed Marquee @ Malco

After school tutorial 3:30pm-5pm

Free Play 5pm-6pm

Adult Male free play6:00pm-9pm

Thursday 02-04-10

Daily cleaning done @HWHCC

Contacted coaches and assigned teams for boy's league

D-Tyme program conducted @ HWHCC

Adult Male free play 6pm-close

Alice In Wonder Land (Kipp)

Worked on Trails for life Grant Deadline (Oct. 30, 2010)

Worked on Arkansas Community foundation Grant Deadline (Feb. 15, 2010)

Worked on Communities Creating Healthy Environments (CCHE)

Friday 02-05-10

Daily cleaning done @ HWHCC

No School today

Ordered shirts for boys league

Bid for back stop at Gene Bearden Stadium

  Saturday 02-06- 10

XXX Party @ HWHCC

Alice In Wonder Land (Kipp)

Sunday 02-07-10

Pizza Party for girl's basketball (Triple X)

Movie at Malco

Future Activities

·         Check fire extinguisher every month and Initial after inspection.

·         Fire extinguisher need to be replaced in light room.

·         Ground work @ Washington Street Park
Prune all trees at North Helena Park and Washington Street Park(Via Street department)

·         Repairs to Washington St. bathrooms(Bid Labor$2100, Materials $1216,44) 9-22-09

·         Repairs to 10th street bathrooms (Bid Labor $2500, Materials $1475) 9-22-09

·         Repairs to A/C on house @ Golf Course

·         Repairs to lighting on Washington St.

·         Replace basketball goals @ N. Helena, Washington St., Catholic Hollow

·         Repair baseball field @ 10th street park

·         Storage space for equipment

·         Running water in all parks

·         Improve fencing around pool

·         Re-surface Greens at golf course

·         Repair goals in Hollow

·         Fix the trimming on backboards at HWHCC

·         Install Foul Poles at Little League Field

·         Recruiting coaches for youth football league

·         Power turned on at N. Helena Tennis courts

·         Check on storage at Cherry St.

·         5k run TBA

·         Senior Citizen AARP 10- Week Walking Program TBA

·         Start date for boy's league TBA

·         Contacted Someone about building trash cans for parks

·         CPR training for HWHCC staff TBA

·         Developing Mini conference with other SE Arkansas Park Professionals

·         Play ground equipment for parks (2010 budget)($44,603.92)

·         Identification Sign for the HWHCC; ordered on 01-28-10

·         Marking the HWHCC parking lot

·         Repairs to Cart shed @Golf Course (Bid $3849.77 Materials, Labor $9600) 2-09-08

·         Bring HWHCC playground up to standard TBA

·         Little League Football TBA

·         Summer League Baseball and Softball TBA

·         Youth league football TBA

·         Credit Card Machine @ Golf Course, Phone lines, and computers

·         Call Ronnie Smith for progress about trash cans for the parks

·         Remove debris from N. Helena Park fence row

·         Replace fence at Baseball field

·         Back fill dirt along ditch @N. Helena Park

·         Ark. Parks and Rec. Conference Feb. 8th-10th

·         XXX motorcycle party Feb 6th

·         AED meeting feb10th

·         Larry Gray Ole Tymers Ball Feb 13th

·         Relay for life B-Bal  Tournament Feb. 20th

·         Waco Texas Mission Team Mar 6th-12th

·         Commodity Mar 15th arrival; distribution Mar. 19th 10am-4pm

·         Mission Team from Missouri mar. 22nd-26th

·         U of A Technology Team Mar 15th-19th

·         Tag Trailors

·         Big Read FREE MOVIES: WEEK 1: To Kill A Mockingbird Feb. 7th,  Week 2: Reflections in a Golden Eye Feb. 14, Week 3:  A Member of the Wedding Feb. 21, Week 4:  The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter Feb.  28th

 

 

ALL MOVIES ARE FREE AND START@ 2PM

 

 

Staff Issues/Concerns

1.       Transportation

2.       Two-way Radios (gone to shop)

3.       Electronic Marquee for Malco Theater

4.       Transmission needed in white dodge

5.       Need to purchase 4 leaf rakes(Wal-Mart)

6.       More money

7.       Talked with Director about the lack of an equipment budget. Planned to present a complete list of future projects and equipment needed to City Council in an attempt to gain their assistance in moving this department forward.

   

Fuel Log

Date

Driver

Vehicle

Fuel

1-28-10

O'shea

Dodge

25Gal

2-3-10

Jamal

GMC

25Gal

2-3-10

O'Shea

Dodge

25Gal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HWHCC Monthly Count

 

January         655

 

February       0

March           0

April              0

May              0

June              0

July               0

August          0

September    0

October        0

November    0

December    0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 
O'Shea Burrell
City of Helena-West Helena
Parks and Recreation Director
511 Miller St./P O Box 248
Helena-West Helena, AR 72342
870-338-8481 Phone
888-526-6665 Fax
870-995-8991 Cell