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District Court Weekly DHR (6/1/10)

WEEKLY DEPARTMENT REPORT

(Period of May 21 - 27, 2010)

Department: Helena-West Helena District Court

Date:    June 1, 2010

Prepared by:     Linda Danley

SPECIFIC WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:

May 21 - 27, 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.

May 21, 2010 - Plea/Arraignment & Review Docket

    Total number of cases scheduled - 279

Thurs., May 27, 2010 – (9:00 A.M.) - Bench Trials on Traffic Violations

    Total number of cases scheduled – 24

Thurs., May 27, 2010 – (1:30 P.M.) - Bench Trials on Criminal Actions

    Total number of cases scheduled – 60

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Breakdown of Traffic and Criminal Actions

Resolved During the Period of May 21-27, 2010

Jurisdiction: City of Helena-West Helena

Finding 

Criminal 

DWI 

Juvenile 

Traffic 

Total 

BF 

  

13 

16 

DM 

23 

34 

24 

 

15 

40 

NG 

   

NP 

12 

  

19 

PRB 

   

WR 

   

TOTAL 

63 

46 

113 

Jurisdiction: Highway Police "Z" Tickets

Finding 

Criminal 

Total

DM 

TOTAL 

Jurisdiction: Game & Fish

Finding 

Criminal 

Total 

BF 

TOTAL 

Jurisdiction: Phillips County

Finding 

Criminal 

Juvenile 

Traffic 

Total 

BF 

15 

17 

DM 

 

 

NG 

  

NP 

 

PRB 

  

TOTAL 

31 

38 

ALL JURISDICTIONS:

Finding 

Criminal 

DWI 

Juvenile 

Traffic 

Total 

BF 

 

28 

34 

DM 

27 

11 

41 

25 

 

23 

49 

NG 

   

NP 

14 

  

23 

PRB 

   

WR 

   

TOTAL 

72 

77 

153 

KEY

BF – Bond Forfeited

NP – Nolle Prosequi

DM – Dismissed

PRB – Probation

G – Guilty

WR – Warrant Recalled

NG – Not Guilty 

 

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Jail Roster

(May 21 -28, 2010)

Name 

Case# 

Arrest

Date 

Release/

Sent. Date 

Disposition 

Boyd, King

CR-10-282

CR-10-1224

CR-10-1407

5/16/10

5/21/10

Plea of guilty on 5/21/10. Ordered to pay fines/cost totaling $740.00 in CR-10-282. Probation reinstated in CR-CR-10-1224. CR-10-1407 scheduled for review on 6/25/10.

King, Lakevis 

CR-09-2478

CR-09-2778

Served

while in

jail on other charges.

 

Appeared before the court 5/27/10. Set for trial on 6/10/10. To hire an attorney.

Moody, Lakeithon

CR-10-1328

CR-10-1654

Served while in jail on other charges

 

Plea of not guilty on 5/21/10. Trial set for 6/03/10.

Pruitt, Sammie 

CR-10-1388 

4/23/10 

5/21/10

Plea of guilty on 5/21/10. Ordered to pay fines/cost totaling $640.00 and six months of supervised probation, inclusive of domestic violence workshop.

Stafford, Sereena K. 

CR-10-1389 

5/20/10 

5/27/10

Plea of guilty on 5/27/10. Ordered to pay fines/cost totaling $220 and sentenced to one year in jail. Appeal bond set at $3,000.00 cash.

Stewart, Germany M. 

CR-10-1247

CR-10-1248

CR-10-1249

CR-10-1302

CR-10-1406 

5/05/10 

5/21/10

Plea of guilty on 5/21/10. CR-10-1302 nolle prosequi. Ordered to pay fines/cost totaling $1,710.00 for the remaining charges and sentenced to six months supervised probation.

FUTURE WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:

• Fri., May 28, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Plea/Arraignment

• Mon., May 31, 2010 – Memorial Day (Office Closed)

• Wed., June 2, 2010 – Civil and Small Claims Hearings/Trials

• Thurs., June 3, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Bench Trials on Traffic Violations

• Thurs., June 3, 2010 (1:30 p.m.) – Bench Trials on Criminal Actions

• Fri., June 4, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Plea/Arraignment

• Thurs., June 10, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Bench Trials on Traffic Violations

• Thurs., June 10, 2010 (1:30 p.m.) – Bench Trials on Criminal Actions

• Fri., June 11, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Plea/Arraignment

• Wed., June 16, 2010 – Civil and Small Claims Hearings/Trials

• Thurs., June 17, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Bench Trials on Traffic Violations

• Thurs., June 17, 2010 (1:30 p.m.) – Bench Trials on Criminal Actions

• Fri., June 18, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – No Court (Municipal League Conference)

• Thurs., June 24, 2010(9:00 a.m.) – Bench Trials on Traffic Violations

• Thurs., June 24, 2010 (1:30 p.m.) – Bench Trials on Criminal Actions

• Fri., June 25, 2010 (9:00 a.m.) – Plea/Arraignment

FOLLOW-UP ACTIVITIES:

• Enter dispositions into court database of cases brought before the court on May 28, 2010 (Plea/Arraignment) until completed.

• 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).

Police DHR 05/31/2010

Police (DHR) May 31, 2010

Helena-West Helena Police Department

“We Serve, We Care”

Date: May 31, 2010

Reporting Dates: May 20 - May 26, 2010

Prepared Dates: Office Manager, Records & Communication

Crime Data

Disturbance: 77

Burglary: 09

Stolen Vehicle: 00

Alarm: 25

Escort: 23

Missing Person: 00

Communication Center

Dispatch / Call Intake

Landline: 2,025

911 Calls: 520

Officers Weekly Gas Usage

$1,493.98

Bond & Fine

$10,323.00

Vehicle Status

Unit 01/ Out of Service/ Front End

Unit 13 / Out of Service/ Transmission

Unit 17/ Out of Service/Fuel Pump

Officer Contacts

Tickets: 58

Arrest: 35

Affidavits: 09

Reports: 43

Accident: 12

Building Checks: 665

Officer Response to Citizens / Contacts: 542

Uniform Patrol Division

Shift 1/ Target Areas (DAY)

24 Citations

09 Disturbances

05 Misdemeanor Arrest

02 Felony Arrest

36 Traffic Stops

41 Building Checks

Shift 2 / Target Areas (Evening)

12 Citations

30 Disturbances

03 DWI

08 Misdemeanor Arrest

25 Traffic Stops

202 Building Checks

Shift 3 / Target Areas (Day)

06 Citations

09 Disturbances

06 Misdemeanor Arrest

11Traffic Stops

159 Building Checks

Shift 4 / Target Areas (Evening)

16 Citations

29 Disturbances

16 Misdemeanor Arrest

19 Traffic Stops

186 Building Checks

Domestic Violence

Staff Concerns / Advocate

Tickets Issued for reporting period

DWI: 03(Year to Date: 17)

Suspended D/L: 07

Possession Controlled Substance: 02

Speeding: 13

Loud Music: 00

Seat Belt: 10

Stop Sign Violation: 09

No Insurance: 04

No Vehicle Registration: 05

Specific Weekly Activities

Gospel Fest / Security

Field Sobriety/ Marion/ June 1-3

Captain Meeting/ National Night Out

Projects

False Alarms/ Compliances

DWI/ Task Force

Drug Awareness / City Schools

Underage Drinking Coalition / City Schools

Youth Services / Little Rock

Campus Crime Prevention/ City Schools

Domestic Violence / Task Force

National Night Out/ Police & Community Partnership

Up and Coming Activities

Graduation / ALETA/ June 18

Save the Children / Beechcrest / June 22

Omega Little Brothers/ June 28

Special Training

Mid-South Summer School / Community Awareness/ June 7-12

Alcohol & Substance Abuse Conference / Utah/ July29-30

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H.W.H.P.D. Office of Investigations D.H.R. (05/31/2010)

PREPARED BY:

CID COMMANDER, LT. R. COVINGTON SR.

DATE: May 28, 2010 Month of May 14-27, 2010

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______________________________________________________________________

CRIMES AGAINST PROPERTY

Investigators are currently investigating 9- Residential Burglaries, and 3- Theft of Properties. We made one arrest of Jamarcus Risper in connection with 1 residential burglary and personal property recovered. The thefts included 2 automobiles and 1 motorcycle. 1 of the vehicles stolen was found burned shortly after being reported and all cases are still being investigated. Risper was issued a bond of $50,000.00 and is currently being held in custody.

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CRIMES AGAINST PERSONS

Investigators are currently investigating 3 alleged Terroristic Acts one of which Lance Crawford Received a bullet in the right elbow after the home he was in was shot into, 1- Harassment, Stalking, and Carrying a Weapon after it was reported that suspect Chris Frazier harassed the home of victim Lance Crawford in the 400 blk of Helen Street. Frazier is being held on $25,000.00 bond, and 1- Fraud.

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NARCOTICS CRIMES

Investigators made several drug arrests this week 1 involving a Jamie Joe King who was charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance Crack Cocaine, and Lakevis King who was charged with Sim. Poss. Of Drugs and Firearms. Both were issued a $50,000.00 dollar bond on charges.

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MISCELLENEOUS

Investigators responded to 1- Unattended Death of Mr. Gary Donahue and find no reason to believe any foul play was involved.

Investigators also attended Circuit Court this week.

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ACTIVE WARRANTS

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FUEL:

Criminal Investigation Division fuel Purchased for the week of May 14-27, 2010

Unit

Investigator

Date

Gallons

Fuel Usage Cost

400

Roy Covington Sr.

05/12/2010

05/17/2010

05/19/2010

15.4 Gal. @ $2.79

9.6 Gal. @ $2.79

16.0 Gal. @ $2.79

$48.00

$27.00

$45.00

401

Dennis Cox

05/14/2010

05/24/2010

20.3 Gal. @ $2.79

14.6 Gal. @ $2.79

$60.00

$60.00

402

Tommy Bivens

05/19/2010

19.9 Gal. @ $2.79

$55.80

403

Vacant

405

Chanta Mansfield

05/26/2010

21.1 Gal. @ $2.79

$65.69

TOTAL

116.9 gallons

$326.15

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SANITATION DHR


SANITATION DEPARTMENT


WEEKLY REPORT


 

Date: 6-1-10

Prepared by: Victor L. Jordan


 

Weekly Activities:

Monday 5-24-10

Began the regular Lakeview trash route at 4:00am

Serviced the white chevy 3500

Washed and serviced units 21, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29 and 30

Serviced track hoe

Picked up boxes from Sonic 2 loads, Wendy's, Central High, Pit Stop, Corner Market, Conoco Helena Crossing, Kipp, JF Wahl and Beech Crest

Delivered carts to 161 Sam, 318 College and 138 Spruce

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 5-21-10 37.51

Total tonnage taken to Landfill


 

Tuesday 5-25-10

Began the regular trash route at 4:00am

Tightened retriever arm on unit 26

Replaced the batteries on Auto Car tractor trailer

Began the demolition of The Church of The Living God on Alabama Street

Picked up boxes from Sonic, Wendy's, Central High, Beech Crest, Corner Market, Kidney Care, Conoco Helena Crossing, Watson Flowers, JF Wahl, Juengel Interiors, West Helena Furniture, Dixie Furniture and Food Pantry

Delivered cart to 802 Garland

Replaced a cart at 1152 Cherry

Picked a cart at 161 South Sam

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 21.67


 

Wednesday 5-26-10

Began the regular trash route at 4:00am

Replaced hydraulic hose on unit 26

Replaced thermostats on unit 27

Demolition continued on the Church project

Rewired the starter on the black dually

Starter the electronic waste collection project with ADEQ and Eastern Arkansas Regional Solid Waste

Picked up boxes from Sonic, Wendy's, Central High, Beech Crest, Watson Flowers, JF Wahl, Family Dollar

Picked up carts from 631 Mimosa, 303 Jerry 2 carts, 845 Kentucky, 409 Baringo and 246 South Baringo

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 31.77


 

Thursday 5-27-10

Began the regular trash route at 4:00am

Repaired hydraulic leak on unit 26

Unit 27 had a break down on Richmond Hill, we were able to get the unit back to the shop. Street Foreman Womack went to Memphis and got the part.

Repaired unit 29 after a break down at the Landfill

Completed demolition at The Church of The Living God

Picked up boxes from Food Pantry, Corner Market, Juengels Interiors and Clover

Picked up carts from 416 South Sam and 426 South Coanza

Washed and cleaned track hoe

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 17.40

Total tonnage from demolition at the Church 71.58 at a cost of $2004.24


 

Friday 5-28-10

Began the regular trash route at 2:00am in an effort to make up time due to break downs during the week

Unit 30 was used with a dumpster on front until unit 27 was repaired

Replaced the fan on unit 27

Picked up boxes from Wendy's, Sonic, Central High and Corner Market

Continued to process boxes collected for the week

Replace the cart at West Helena Auto Sales

Replaced a cart at 320 College and 445 North 10th

Delivered 2 carts to 709 St. Regis verified by West Water

Delivered 4 yard dumpster to Health R Us on Sebastian

Delivered 2 6 yard and 1 8 yard to locations of the Gospel Festival

Serviced track hoe

Total tonnage not available at report time


 

FOLLOW UP ACTIVITIES:

Completion of the Washington Street drainage project

Writing estimates for Code Enforcement

Completing both dirt work projects on Arkansas Street

Repairs on unit 25 not yet complete

Selling the processed paper to the highest bidder


 

FUTURE ACTIVITIES:

Razing dilapidated structures

Working with ADEQ on plastics recycling

Plans for the Sims ditch project


 

STAFF CONCERNS:

No major staff concerns at this time

DHR 05-31-10

May 24, 2010 – May 28, 2010

Code Enforcement Weekly Report


 

Department: Code Enforcement

Date:      June 1, 2010

Prepared by: Joshua McIntosh & Patrick Allen

Code Enforcement Officers


 

Unresolved Business


 

  • Addressing issue of continual non compliance with issuing Affidavits
  • Block 35 Lot 22(Corner of S 8th & Cleburne)- Bobby Jones- Past Due $1947.48- Pending Affidavit
  • 757 Saint St.- JW White- Contract to demolish
  • 323 S Desota St.- - completed demolition-awaiting landfill charge

    • 408 Valley Dr.- $400 quote to demolish and remove to landfill
  • Finding a solution for controlling stray dogs.
    • Cherry St; Kentucky; Cooke; Anderson; 8th St; 3rd St
    • Dogs having puppies; concerned about it
    • Call Humane Society –Janell Cobs- 816-5979 or 572-2902


 

Special Weekly Activities


 

  • Reviewing Cases to close out and update.
  • Conducted Business License Inspections
    • Received list of lots to ID- per Street Dept.- Continuing to compile cost and verify responsible owners
    • Wilbros Construction
      • Spoke with Jeff Borches of Vice Pres. – 713-403-8062
      • Inquired regarding sub-leasing to Construction Company pending more information.

Numbered List for Mowing & Code Enforcement
 

    (All past due invoices pending Affidavits)

  • 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 74- 4 hours -$310.00
    • Lot 11-Robert Quick
    • Lot 12-Amanda & Wilson Jones
    • Lot 13-Johnny Lee
  • 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

New Lots

  • 35.) 149 South Baringo St. -.45 hour- $58.13
  • 36.) Hwy 49 &Russell/Devilla- 2.5 hour- $193.75


 


 


 


 

Request for Extension


 

  • none


 

Complaints by Citizens


 

  • See Excel Report


 

Cited Vehicle


 

  • See Excel Report


     


Fuel


 

  • GMC Truck – $60.00


     

Letters Mailed


 

  • See Excel Report

Lots with piles of debris


 

  • 727 Pecan St.- owner
  • Joe Brady Dr. owner
  • 1172 Ohio St.- owner


 

Abandoned House List for City Council –
submitted to

Daily World in public notice


 

  • 216 Beech St.- Johnny Williams
  • 1433 Perry Ext. – Augusta Mckinney
  • 100 Neil Rd.- Roberts,
  • 339 S. 6th St. – James Barton
  • 316 Jefferson St.
  • 743 Aaron St.- Jordan Redd
  • Miron Billingsley-
    • 1158 Ohio St.-
    • 1160 Ohio St.-


 

Lien, Citation, or Affidavit Issued


 

  • none


 


 


 

Future Weekly Activities


 

  • Attend various commissions.
  • Membership Renewal- American Association of Code Enforcement
  • Floodplain Manager Renewal due by June.
  • Meeting to discuss policy and procedures for Occupational Licenses that are delinquent
  • HVAC/R- Re-certification- Registered for July 1- in Jonesboro
  • Update file with current businesses requiring Occupational Licenses
  • Zoning Meeting – Van Tungeln to discuss city website


 

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


 

  • none


 

CITIZEN CONCERNS


 

Date of Request

Address of Property in Violation

What are you concerned about?

  

  

  

5/25/2010

145 S 9TH ST WEST HELENA

Overgrown lot and yard

  

  

  

  

Response Summary

  

  

Response Date

Response

  

  

5/28/2010

CONTACTING LAWN CARE PROVIDER TO TAKE CARE OF CUTTING LOT.

  

  

  

  

  

  

Date of Request

Address of Property in Violation

What are you concerned about?

  

  

  

5/24/2010

LOT 33 & 34; PERRY AND OAKLAND

CITY HAS BEEN CUTTING LOT FOR WHILE WANTING PROPERTY OWNER TO BE NOTIFED AND REQUIRED TO KEEP CLEAN.

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

Date of Request

Address of Property in Violation

What are you concerned about?

  

  

  

5/27/2010

514 CLEBURNE ST

Abandoned needs demolishing OR REPAIRING

  

  

  

  

Note Summary

  

  

Note Date

Note

  

  

5/28/2010

MR ROBERSON CONCERNED ABOUT PROCEDURE TO DEMOLISH AND MINIMUM MAINTENANCE STANDARDS OF PROPERTY. LOOKIING TO SPEAK TO COUNCIL REGARDING THIS ISSUE.

  

Response Summary

  

  

Response Date

Response

  

  

5/28/2010

SITED THE PROPERTY AND NOTIFIED OWNER AT CURRENT LAST KNOW LISTED ADDRESS.

  

  

  

  

  

  

Date of Request

Address of Property in Violation

What are you concerned about?

  

  

  

5/24/2010

538 HAWKINS ST

HOUSE FALLING DOWN; WANTS IT TORN DOWN

  

  

  

  

Response Summary

  

  

Response Date

Response

  

  

5/28/2010

CONTACTED AWAITING RESPONSE

  

  

  

  

  

  

Date of Request

Address of Property in Violation

What are you concerned about?

  

  

  

5/25/2010

510 BEECH

RAINING IN HER APARTMENT

  

  

  

  

Response Summary

  

  

Response Date

Response

  

  

5/28/2010

VISITED HER RESIDENCE AND SPOKE TO LAND LORD. REFERRED TO ATTORNEY JIMMY WILSON

  

  

  

  

  

  

Date of Request

Address of Property in Violation

What are you concerned about?

  

  

  

5/26/2010

NEW EDITION; ALABAMA, GEORGIA, MEMPHIS, CHICAGO

DOGS RUNNING LOOSE

  

  

  

  

Response Summary

  

  

Response Date

Response

  

  

5/28/2010

REFERRED TO HUMANE SOCIETY

  

  

  

  

  

  

Date of Request

Address of Property in Violation

What are you concerned about?

  

  

  

5/27/2010

W RUSSELL ST

OVERGROWN LOTS IN NEIGHBORHOOD

  

  

  

  

Response Summary

  

  

Response Date

Response

  

  

5/28/2010

WILL GO SEE THE ARE TO COLLECT INFORMATION ON VARIOUS PROPERTY OWNERS.

  

  

  

  

  

  

Date of Request

Address of Property in Violation

What are you concerned about?

  

  

  

5/26/2010

SEARS LANE

DUBBING TREE LIMBS ON SIDE OF ROAD

  

  

  

  

Response Summary

  

  

Response Date

Response

  

  

5/28/2010

WENT AND LOOKED, FOUND NOTHING ON SIDE OF ROAD

  

  

  

  

  

  

Date of Request

Address of Property in Violation

What are you concerned about?

  

  

  

5/26/2010

COANZA ST

LOT ON NORTH COANZA NEEDS CUTTING

  

  

  

  

Response Summary

  

  

Response Date

Response

  

  

5/28/2010

SEE CODE ENFORCEMENT REPORT- ON VIVIAN HOLDER

  

  

  

  

  

  

Date of Request

Address of Property in Violation

What are you concerned about?

  

  

  

5/27/2010

ELM ST

DELTA CLEANERS BUILDING; WANTS DEMOLISHED

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

Date of Request

Address of Property in Violation

What are you concerned about?

  

  

  

5/18/2010

  

dogs running loose,,

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

Total Records: 11


 


 


 

  

Code Enforcement

 

Property Owner

Property Address

Chapter 5 Postcard Notice

Notes

Letter

Assigned To

  

 

Group: Chapter 5.12- Maintenance of Real Property

 

Shamsuddin Khondaker

Lot 13 Blk 28 ON N3RD ST

  

Lots Severely Overgrown

Yes

Joshua McIntosh

  

 

Shamsuddin Khondaker

Lot 12 Blk 28 ON N3RD ST

  

Lots Severely Overgrown

Yes

Joshua McIntosh

  

 

Ella Louise Ruff

514 E Cleburne

  

House Neglected & lawn & property clean up

Yes

Joshua McIntosh

  

 

Verlyn Louise Carter

344 N 3 RD. ST.

Yes

Overgrown Lawn

No

Joshua McIntosh

  

 

Vivian Holder

Coanza

  

Fallen Tree & lawn & property clean up

Yes

Joshua McIntosh

  

 

Sylvester & Ethell Richardson

109 Jones RD.

  

Dilapidated House & Lawn Care

Yes

Joshua McIntosh

  

 

Alious Thomas & Kay Benz

633 Cooke ST.

Yes

Overgrown Lawn & property clean up

No

Joshua McIntosh

  

 

Alious Thomas & Kay Benz

633 Cooke ST.

Yes

Overgrown Lawn & property clean up

No

Joshua McIntosh

  

 

Terry W & Janie Leslie

522 Poplar ST.

Yes

Overgrown Lawn

  

Joshua McIntosh

  

 

Peter Beasley

307 & 309 Oakland Ave

Yes. 2ND. Notice 5/25/2010

Overgrown Lawn & Property Clean UP 4-28-2010. Final Notice 5 / 25 / 2010

Yes

Joshua McIntosh

  

 

Anna T Barry

337 & 339 N 3RD. ST.

  

APTS. Severely Burnt

Yes

Joshua McIntosh

  

 

Edward & Verna Boyd

527 Beech ST

Yes

Overgrown lawn- Affidavit Pending

Yes

Joshua McIntosh

  

 

J H White

757 Saint ST.

  

House severely dilapidated

Yes

Joshua McIntosh

  

 

Horner Realty Co.

Sebastian St.

Yes

Lot Overgrown - Affidavit Pending

Yes

Patrick Allen

  

 

Group Total: 14

  

 

Total Records: 14


 


 


 

  

Permit Enforcement

Business Name

Owner Name

Business Type

Receipt No.

Effective

Expires

Assigned To

Group:

HENRY PEACOCK & ASSOCIATES

HENRY E PEACOCK

  

5,323

1/1/2010

12/31/2010

Joshua McIntosh

Group Total: 1

Group: Accountant

BILLINGS BOOKKEPING SERVICE

KATHY GRAVENMIER

Accountant

5,322

1/1/2010

12/31/2010

Joshua McIntosh

Group Total: 1

Total Records: 2