Saturday, April 3, 2010

Fwd: [N. Andrew Bagley's Blog] Bistro to Open for Easter!!



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From: andrew bagley <abagley75@gmail.com>
Date: April 3, 2010 9:51:50 PM CDT
To: mayorjfvalley@gmail.com
Subject: [N. Andrew Bagley's Blog] Bistro to Open for Easter!!

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From: "Mayor James F. Valley" <mayorjfvalley@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 3 Apr 2010 21:50:29 -0500
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Subject: [DH:3190] Fwd: "The Bistro Bar & Grill" sent you a message on Facebook...

James F. Valley
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Latoya Harris sent a message to the members of The Bistro Bar & Grill.

Subject: Sunday Dinner @ The Bistro

"To those who are not cooking nor have anywhere to go for Easter Dinner. The Bistro will be open. We will be serving dressing, greens, mac & cheese,  fried chicken, all that! Buffet Style! Come through. Tell somebody!"

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Friday, April 2, 2010

Fwd: Rally with Congressman Berry



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From: "Sen. Blanche Lincoln" <info@blancheforsenate.com>
Date: April 2, 2010 4:11:30 PM CDT
To: jf@jfvalley.com
Subject: Rally with Congressman Berry
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Blanche Lincoln for US Senate

Dear James,

I want to invite you to an upcoming Lincoln Ag Team Rally on Wednesday, April 7, at 2:30 p.m. in Brinkley. We'll be joined by my good friend, Congressman Marion Berry.  It will be a great event!


Lincoln Ag Team Rally
with Special Guest
Congressman Marion Berry


Wednesday, April 7
2:30-3:30 p.m.

Brinkley Convention Center
1501 Weatherby Drive, Brinkley


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press@blancheforsenate.com

Thank you for your continuing support.  I will need you throughout this campaign.

I look forward to seeing you Wednesday in Brinkley!  Please bring any interested folks.

With Arkansas Pride,
 

Blanche L. Lincoln

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Fwd: [DH:3177] Census Participation Rates

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From: "Mark Price" <markaprice3597@gmail.com>
Date: Apr 2, 2010 10:51 AM
Subject: [DH:3177] Census Participation Rates
To: "Department Heads" <72342@googlegroups.com>

As of today, April 2,  participation rate for Phillips County is 40%
and for Helena-West Helena it is 43%.   The National participation
rate is 54%, while the State of Arkansas' participation rate is 52%.
We trail the national participation rate by 11%. Please take a few
moments to review the following 14 points.  And please try to get
everyone you know to complete the Census Form.  The final number will
affect everything from city jobs to grant funding to businesses
looking to locate here. - the list goes on and on.  It it critical
that everyone files their Census form.

1.      Everyone in the United States must be \counted in the 2010 Census.
2.      This includes people of all ages, races, ethnic groups, citizens
and noncitizens.
3.      Census data are used to reapportion \congressional seats to states
and assure proper district representation.
4.      The 2010 Census is easy, important and \safe, and your
participation is vital.
5.      It's easy: The 2010 Census form is ••one of the shortest census
forms in history and takes about 10 minutes to complete.
6.      It's important: Census data directly ••affect how more than $400
billion per year in federal funding is distributed to tribal, state
       and local governments.
7.      Census data guide local planning decisions, including where to
provide additional social services, establish child-care and
       senior centers, and build new roads, hospitals, schools and
job training and community centers.
8.      It's safe: By law, the Census Bureau ••cannot share respondents'
answers with anyone, including other federal agencies and
       law enforcement entities.
9.      All Census Bureau employees take an oath of nondisclosure and are
sworn for life to protect the confidentiality of the data.
10.     The penalty for unlawful disclosure is a fine of up to $250,000 or
imprisonment of up to five years, or both.
11.     Every household in the United States should complete its census
form upon receipt.
12.     Responding immediately to the 2010 Census form is the most
efficient way to complete the census.
13.     Responses to the census form ••should include everyone living at
that address.
14.     Census workers will visit households ••that do not return the
forms to take a count in person.


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SANITATION DHR


SANITATION DEPARTMENT


WEEKLY REPORT


 

Prepared by: Victor L. Jordan

Date: 4-5-10


 

Weekly Activities:

Monday 3-29-10

Began the regular Lakeview trash route at 4:00am

Replaced the door striker and fuse for the hydraulic pump on unit 29

Removed front cylinder from unit 28 and installed it on unit 30

Assisted Street Department sighting grade elevations on Jordan Street for ditch repairs

Picked up boxes from Sonic, Wendy's, Food Pantry, Central and Beech Crest

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 25.74


 

Tuesday 3-30-10

Began the regular trash route at 4:00am

Replaced hydraulic hose on unit 21

Replaced front right tire on unit 27

Assisted Street Department with Mini track on ST. Clair with street repairs

Picked up boxes from Sonic, Wendy's, Juengel Interiors, Pit Stop, Conoco Helena Crossing, Southern Furniture, Dixie Furniture and Watson Flowers

Continued to process boxes

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 33.12


 

Wednesday 3-31-10

Began the regular trash route at 4:00am

Replaced the alternator on unit 26

Picked up boxes from Sonic, Wendy's, Roberson Furniture, Conoco Helena Crossing, Central High, Beech Crest, Factory Connection, JF Wahl, Food Pantry, Sudden Link and Stage

Delivered 4 yard dumpster to 64 Lincoln Court

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 30.40


 

Thursday 4-1-10

Began the regular trash route at 4:00am

Repaired the drive shaft on the blue and white dump truck it was taken to Smith's Welding

Picked up boxes from Sonic, Wendy's, Factory Connection, West Helena Furniture, Central High, Beech Crest, JF Wahl, Food Pantry and Watson Flowers

Continued to process boxes collected for the week

Total tonnage taken to Landfill


 

Friday 4-2-10

Closed for Good Friday, ran skeleton crew only for trash collection


 


 

FOLLOW UP ACTIVITIES:

Writing estimates for Code Enforcement

Completing the Washington Street drainage project

Problem has been diagnosed on unit 25 the repairs will cost around $5,000.00


 

FUTURE ACTIVITIES:

Selling the processed paper to the highest bidder

Finalizing the electronic waste collection

Razing dilapidated structures

Working on plastic recycling

Making final plans on the Sims ditch project


 

STAFF CONCERNS:

One employee has been due to terminal sickness in his family


 


 


 


 

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Street DHR 4/5/10

                         STREET DEPARTMENT REPORT – 4/5/2010

 
 

Department:
Street Department

Date:
March 26-April 1, 2010


Prepared by
Oscar Hoskins and Earnest Womack

Specific Weekly Activities:

Mechanic:

3/26/10

Repaired tire Sanitation 26

Assisted with dumping missed trash on Sanitation routes

Tightened hose on knuckle boom 105

3/29/10

Pulled gear shift on Street 103

Replaced door striker and replaced fuse in pump on Sanitation 29

Removed front cylinder from Sanitation 28 and placed on Sanitation 30

Pulled Street 106 from mud on No Ridge Dr

3/30/10

Installed siren in Police unit 5

Replaced hose on Sanitation 24

Replaced front brakes and rewired A/C compressor in Admin Malibu

Replaced hydraulic filter on knuckle boom 107

Boosted red and white dump truck

Returned back hoe to West Water Co

Cleaned oil spill in front of shop

3/31/10

Tightened jam nut and tire rod end on Kubota tractor

Replaced alternator Sanitation 26

Greased Kubota tractor

4/1/10

Took drive shaft out of blue and white dump truck

Set window back on track on Police unit 18

Checked Police unit 5-needs front end bushings

Assisted unloading boxes from box truck

Potholes:

201 Sebastian-10

Sulphur Springs Rd-3

Hickory Hill-2

800 block Coolidge-1

So 7th St-1

Washout on Hackberry St

Cut and mowed:

3/31/10

Oak Grove Cemetery 1 & 3

Corner lot at Ladino & No Sam

Ladino at Coanza

Lot at Panama & Coanza

Lot next to Pettis Memorial CME

So Washington near old Chicago Mill shoulders

4/1/10

3 lots at intersections of Perry & Porter

Lot #11 Perry & Porter

River Park near picnic tables

East side shop

Lots 25, 10, 8

Ashlar & Park-2 lots

Animal Control:

Picked up 1 dead animals from vet

Picked up 4 dead animals from streets

Other Activities:

Continuous removal of debris throughout city designated trash routes

Litter pick up at primary routes of City:

Rightor St

Walnut St

Cherry St

Porter St

Perry St

Elm St

Franklin St

Oakland Ave

Quarles Lane

Plaza St

Phillips St

3/25/10

Street repair and overlay at following locations by All State Paving of Pine Bluff:

  • East corner of 7th & Park
  • Alley between 3rd & 4th St beside Murray Law Firm
  • Jenny, David, and Proctor
  • Intersection at Leifer & Clarianna

3/26/10

Brickeys inmates cleaned 3rd St alleyway and No & So Ridge

Womack and Jordan met with Mayor and residents concerning drainage

Received 2 conflict monitors from Temple-1 installed by Mills Electric at Columbia & Porter

Womack met with T McGinister of East Side Water Co concerning culvert repair at Springdale and School Rd

3/29/10

Cleaned drains in No and So Helena and checked drains on No 5th and Cooke

Cleaned up No & So Ridge intersections

Started repairing approximately 150 ft section of St Clair

3/30/10

Cut East & West center greens

Completed street repair on St Clair

3/31/10

Weed eat curbing on Cherry and side streets

Cut Oak Grove Cemetery #3

Cut limbs along fence of Oak Grove Cemetery #2

Started cutting Oak Grove Cemetery #1

4/1/10

Finished cutting Oak Grove Cemetery #1

Continued cutting side streets on Cherry St

Follow Up Activities:

Repair culvert at intersection of Valley Dr & Oakland

Repair loop at Oakland and Valley Dr, Hwy 242 and Hwy 49, Hwy 49 & Hwy 49B

Ditch in Lincoln Ct off Mississippi St behind DeSquare residence

Staff Concerns/Issues:

None at this time

Gas Log:


 

District Court Weekly DHR (4/05/10)

WEEKLY DEPARTMENT REPORT

(Period of March 26 – April 1, 2010)

Department: Helena-West Helena District Court

Date:    April 5, 2010

Prepared by:     Linda Danley

SPECIFIC WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:

March 26 – April 1, 2010 - Processed civil and small claims actions as received; input traffic violations and criminal actions into court database in preparation for arraignment; prepared scheduled traffic violations and criminal actions for bench trial; processed warrants of arrest issued by the court; and reported dispositions to Arkansas Driver Control.

Fri., March 26, 2010 (9:00 A.M.) – Plea/Arraignment & Review Hearings

    Total number of cases scheduled – 270

Thurs., April 1, 2010 – (9:00 A.M.) - Bench Trials on Traffic Violations

    Total number of cases scheduled – 42

Thurs., April 1, 2010 – (1:30 P.M.) - Bench Trials on Criminal Actions

    Total number of cases scheduled – 20

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Breakdown of Traffic and Criminal Actions

Resolved During the Period of March 26 – April 1, 2010

Jurisdiction: City of Helena-West Helena

Finding

Criminal

Juvenile

Traffic

Total

DM

6

 

3

9

G

30

1

30

61

NP

9

1

18

28

TF

1

2

 

3

TOTAL

46

4

51

101

Jurisdiction: City of West Helena-OLD

Finding

Criminal

Traffic

Total

G

2

2

4

TOTAL

2

2

4

Jurisdiction: Phillips County

Finding

Criminal

Juvenile

Traffic

Total

DM

2

 

1

3

G

6

 

23

29

NP

1

1

14

16

TOTAL

9

1

38

48

ALL JURISDICTIONS:

Finding

Criminal

Juvenile

Traffic

Total

DM

8

 

4

12

G

38

1

55

94

NP

10

2

32

44

TF

1

2

 

3

TOTAL

57

5

91

153

KEY

DM – Dismissed

NP – Nolle Prosequi

G – Guilty

TF – Transferred

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Jail Roster

(March 26 – April 1, 2010)

Name 

Case# 

Arrest

Date 

Release/

Sent. Date 

Disposition 

Fulcher, Wayne

CR-10-956

CR-10-957

CR-10-958

3/27/10

4/01/10

Plea of not guilty to all charges. Set for trial on 4/08/10. Released O.R.

Henderson, Deon

CR-09-3919

CR-09-3668

3/24/10

4/01/10

Plea of guilty to all charges. Ordered to pay fines+cost totaling $220.00.

Hicks, Jason 

CR-08-4409

CR-10-50 

3/23/10 

4/01/10

Set for plea on 3/26/10. Plea of guilty. Set for sentencing on 4/01/10.


 

On 4/01/10, entered a plea of guilty and sentenced to 30 days in jail.

Howard, Darrell

TR-10-871

TR-10-872

TR-10-873

TR-10-874

CR-10-853

3/07/10

4/01/10

Plea of guilty to all charges. Ordered to pay fines+cost totaling $1,035.00 and sentenced to 25 days in jail with credit for 25 days served.

Kilpatrick, Jessica

CR-09-1350

CR-09-1870

CR-10-453

3/28/10

4/01/10

Plea of guilty. Sentenced to 1 year in jail (authorized to serve jail sentence in custodial treatment program).

Pyron, Trinity

TR-10-760

TR-10-761

CR-10-799

CR-10-762

3/14/10

3/19/10

Plea of guilty to all charges except CR-10-799. Set for trial on 4/01/10. Ordered to pay fines/cost totaling $1145.00 and sentenced to 90 days in jail. Appeal bond set at $2300.00.


 

On 4/01/10, entered a plea of guilty to CR-10-799 and sentenced to probation for 1 year; 33 days in jail with credit for 19 days served.

Risper, Jamarcus

TR-09-3784

CR-09-3843

CR-09-4074

CR-10-514

CR-10-515

CR-10-545

3/06/10

 

Plea of guilty on 3/12/10 to CR-10-545. Ordered to pay fines+cost totaling $240.00 and sentenced to 6 months in jail. Case #CR-10-514 transferred to Circuit Court to be filed as a felony. Plea of not guilty to all remaining charges. Trial set for 4/08/10.

Staten, Kennell

CR-10-809

CR-10-808

3/18/10

3/19/10

Plea of guilty to CR-10-808 and sentenced to 30 days in jail. Remaining charge set for trial on 4/01/10. Appeal bond set at $600.00.


 

On 4/1/10, entered plea of guilty to CR-10-809; sentenced to 30 days in jail and ordered to have no contact with complaining party.


 

FUTURE WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:

∙ Fri., April 2, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Good Friday – No Court (Office Closed).

∙ Wed., April 7, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Civil & Small Claims Hearings/Trials

∙ Thurs., April 8, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Bench Trials on Traffic Violations

∙ Thurs., April 8, 2010 (1:30 p.m.) – Bench Trials on Criminal Actions

∙ Fri., April 9, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Plea/Arraignment

∙ Thurs., April 15, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Bench Trials on Traffic Violations

∙ Thurs., April 15, 2010 (1:30 p.m.) – Bench Trials on Criminal Actions

∙ Fri., April 16, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Plea/Arraignment

∙ Wed., April 21, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Civil & Small Claims Hearings/Trials

∙ Thurs., April 22, 2010 – District Court Judges & Clerks Meeting (Rogers, AR) – No Court.

∙ Fri., April 23, 2010 - District Court Judges & Clerks Meeting (Rogers, AR) – No Court.

FOLLOW-UP ACTIVITIES:

• Process warrants of arrest as directed by the court.

• Process civil and small claims actions as they are received.

• Input new citations and criminal actions as they are received from Records into database in preparation for court.

• Prepare pending actions for trial.

• Prepare abstract of the court's disposition of all cases for Arkansas Driver Control.

STAFF CONCERNS/ISSUES:

• Replace computer monitor.

• Complete installation and set up of court server.

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

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Josh Tubbs, Marshall County Economic Development Office, Western Kentucky.


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Mike Marshall, former Mayor of Sikeston, Missouri.

Ken Shea, President, McKennon Implement Co.; Dumas & McGehee, Arkansas.
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Mayor Shelton Day, Thomasville, AL. No census decrease since 1960.
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Program/Itinerary
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Barrett Harrison, Mayor of Blytheville, AR
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Steve Southard, Nucor Yamato Steel; Blytheville, AR.

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Congressman Mike Ross (Dem. Ark. 4th)
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Mr. Skip Rutherford, Dean, University of Arkansas, Clinton School of Public Service.
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Cedar Chemical Site to Resume Some Active Use Soon

Kudos to Harcros Chemical and everybody involved on local, regional, state and national levels. Soon wood processing activity will take place there paying an average of $12.00 per hour.

We thank Governor Beebe; Teresa Marks, ADEQ Director; John Miles, Gen. Mgr. Harcros Chemical Inc.; John Peiserich, Attorney for Harcros; State Representative Clark Hall; Doug Friedlander, Phillips County Chamber of Commerce; and many others for their participation in today's meeting.

Today is another good day for Helena-West Helena and Phillips County, Arkansas. We will continue moving forward together.
Stay tuned for more public information between now and May 15th.
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H.W.H.P.D. OffIce of Investigations (D.H.R.) 04/05/2010

PREPARED BY:

CID LEAD INVESTIGATOR DENNIS COX

DATE: March 26, 2010 Month of March 18 – March 24, 2010

______________________________________________________________________

CRIMES AGAINST PROPERTY

Investigators are currently investigating two cases of Residential Burglary and Theft of Property. Cases are under investigation.

Investigators are currently investigating a case of Arson. Case are under investigation.

Investigators are currently investigating two cases of Theft by Receiving. Cases are under investigation.

Investigators are currently investigating the case of Breaking or Entering. Case is under investigation.

Investigators are currently investigating the case of Attempted Aggravated Burglary and Carrying a Weapon. An arrest was made in this case.

___________________________________________________________

CRIMES AGAINST PERSONS

Investigators are currently investigating two cases of Aggravated Robbery and Theft of Property. Cases are under investigation.

Investigators are currently investigating two cases of Sexual Assault. Cases are under investigation.

_________________________________________________________________________________

NARCOTICS CRIMES

________________________________________________________________________________

MISC. FELONIOUS CRIME

Investigators are currently investigating the case of Unattended Death. Case is under investigation.

Investigators are currently investigating the case of Unauthorized Use of Vehicle. Case is under investigation.

Investigators are currently investigating the case of Endangering Welfare of a Minor. Case is under investigation.

Investigators are currently investigating the case of Possession of a Weapon by a Minor. Case is under investigation.

________________________________________________________________________________

WARRANTS SERVED

Alvin Gregory Allen: Attempted Aggravated Robbery (Bank), Carrying a Weapon

John Johnston : Residential Burglary and Theft of Property

Starr Goldston : Residential Burglary and Theft of Property

Rochester Vincent : Residential Burglary and Theft of Property

CURRENT ACTIVITIES:

Working open cases

Investigators are following up on Tyronza Smith case and expecting results from the ASCL on evidence submitted in the case. Warrants have been served in this case.

Investigators are following up on the Ambrose Germany case and are expecting results from the crime lab on evidence submitted in this case.

Investigators have turned in cases for prosecution.

Investigators are working with the Federal Bureau of Investigations in the case of the attempted bank robbery on N Sebastian.

FUEL:

Criminal Investigation Division fuel Purchased for the week of March 18 – March 24, 2010

Investigator

Date

Gallons

Fuel Usage Cost

Roy Covington Sr.

n/a

n/a

n/a

Dennis Cox

03/23/2010

18.0 Gal @ $2.74/ Qt Oil

$55.09

Tommy Bivens

03/10/2010

03/11/2010

03/15/2010

10.3 Gal @ $2.79 Gal

18.8 Gal @ $2.74 Gal

21.1 Gal @ $2.74 Gal

$29.00

$51.75

$58.25

Chanta Mansfield

03/24/2010

14.5 Gal @ $2.74

$44.50

TOTAL

Gallons 92.7

$238.59

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Weekly Fire Department Report 4/5/10

Weekly Department Report

Department-Fire

Date: 4/5/10

Prepared by Chief Reginald Wilson


 

Specific Weekly Activities

East Side Runs

3/27/10- Old Little Rock Rd. – Rubbish Fire

3/29/10- 600 Blk. Biscoe – Burning of Tires

4/1/10 – 520 Beech - Alarm

West Side Runs

3/29/10- 315 Sebastian - Alarm

3/29/10- 609 Forrest Hill - Alarm

3/31/10- 4th Street – Controlled Burn


 

Future Activities

***Schedule Fire Inspections in Helena-West Helena

***June 22 – 25 – Arkansas Fire Convention – Conway, Arkansas


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

Gas Log

F1

3/29/10

T. Hawkins

21.1

F2

3/24/10

F -2

25.7

F3

3/29/10

F -3

14.4

#5

   

#8

   

Gas Cans

   

Total

  

61.2