Friday, June 11, 2010

SANITATION DHR


SANITATION DEPARTMENT


WEEKLY REPORT


 

Prepared by: Victor L. Jordan

Date: 6-14-10


 

Weekly Activities:

Monday 6-7-10

Began the regular Lakeview trash route at 4:00am

Met with Stanley Harrington of Cedar Chemical to participate in an recycling venture

Repaired the pressure washer

Extended the range on the slave cylinder on the white 3500 Chevy state bed and re-installed the transmission

No carts picked up or delivered

Picked up boxes from Cedar Chemical Plant using the red box bed 24 bundles were collected, also collected were boxes from Sonic, Wendy's, Conoco Helena Crossing, Corner Market, Beech Crest and Helena National Bank

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 6-4-10 44.42

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 24.85


 

Tuesday 6-8-10

Began the regular trash route at 4:00am

Goodyear replaced one rear tire on the blue and white dump truck

Delivered carts to 209 North 5th and 715 Franklin

Picked up carts from 671 Cooke, 334 South 5th 2 carts and next to 731 Cooke

Picked up boxes from Cedar Chemical 24 bundles, Sonic, Wendy's, Kidney Care, Helena Community Center, Bistro, E Z Pawn, Conoco Helena Crossing, Corner Market, Family Dollar and House of Fashion

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 30.09


 

Wednesday 6-9-10

Began the regular trash route at 4:00am

Attended the reception for the pipe line workers hosted by the Chamber of Commerce

Replaced the light switch and fuses on unit 29

Completed the demolition for Johnsons Studio, using the track hoe and blue dump truck

Delivered carts to 527 York, 308 Valley Drive and 614 Bonanza

Picked up boxes from Cedar Chemical 24 bundles, Sonic, Wendy's, Beech Crest, Corner Market, Kidney Care, Conoco Helena Crossing,

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 32.16


 


 

Thursday 6-10-10

Began the regular trash route at 4:00am

Delivered carts to 206 Jane, 1331 Clarianna, 102 B Moore and 119 Spruce

Brought the fork lift back to the shop from the East Side shop

Serviced the track hoe and the Ford 9000 tractor trailer

Picked up boxes from Cedar Chemical, Sonic, Wendy's, Corner Market, Conoco Helena Crossing, Beech Crest, Juengel Interiors, Family Dollar, Cato and Beauty Mania

Used the white Chevy 3500 to pull the dozer to South Coanza to repair an alley entrance it was graded and white rock was added

Total tonnage taken to Landfill 28.80


 

Friday 6-11-10

Began the regular trash route at 4:00am

Picked up carts from 813 Aaron, 402 Garland, 39 Edgewood, 7 Edgewood, 871 Old Hwy, 303 Franklin, 402 Persimmon Alley, 607 West Russell, 316 South Washington,1004 Arkansas

Delivered a cart to 444 Kentucky

Replaced a cart at 113 South 5th

Picked up boxes from Cedar Chemical 24 bundles, Sonic, Wendy's, Kidney Care, Conoco Helena Crossing, Corner Market, Food Pantry, Beech Crest, Watson Flowers and Pit Stop

Continued to process boxes collected for the week

Total tonnage taken to Landfill, not complete at report time


 


 


 

FOLLOW UP ACTIVITIES:

Writing estimates for Code Enforcement

Completing the Washington Street drainage project

Completing the dirt work projects on Arkansas Street

Selling the processed paper to the highest bidder, at the present time Linn Paper Stock has given a price of $135.00 per ton

Unit 25 still under repair


 

FUTUTE ACTIVITIES:

Working with ADEQ on plastic recycling

Razing dilapidated structures

Completing plans for the Sims ditch project


 

STAFF CONCERNS:

No major staff concerns at this time

ADMINISTRATION WEEKLY DHR 6-14-10

CITY OF HELENA WEST HELENA, ARKANSAS
JAMES F. VALLEY, MAYOR
(870)817-4035 CELL PHONE
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ADMINISTRATION WEEKLY DHR - 06/14/2010  PREPARED BY:  MARK A. PRICE, COS; DANA J. FLOWERS, AA; AND BELINDA COVINGTON, PA.

SPECIFIC WEEKLY ACTIVITIES

MONDAY:
  • BLANCHE LINCOLN MEETING AT BLUE TULIP
  • INSTALLATION OF TIME CLOCK ON EAST SIDE (WEST SIDE GET READY)
  • SUMMER ORIENTATION FOR YOUTH WORKERS
  • DEPARTMENT HEAD MEETING
  • PREPARATION FOR PIPE-LINER PARTY
  • DIRECTED THE REPAIR OF RED GMC TRUCK FOR PARKS DEPARTMENT
  • MET WITH JAMIE MCCOY REGARDING REAR END LOADER SET FOR DELIVERY ON JULY 15, 2010 OR THEREABOUTS
  • CIVIL SERVICE EXAM FROM 6:30 TO 9:30 

TUESDAY: 
  • AUDITORS WORKING ON PLAZA
  • REVIEW OF ORDINANCE 9-2009 (DEMOLITION OF STRUCTURES
  • MET WITH WILL TATE, CHAIR OF CSC REGARDING EMPLOYMENT OF 2 POLICE OFFICERS
  • MET WITH MIKE MARLAR REGARDING STREET, DRAINAGE AND SIDEWALKS
  • MET WITH KEN WEILAND REGARDING VALLEY DRIVE, LITTLE ROAD PROJECT AND OTHER MATTERS
  • MET WITH JAMIE MCCOY REGARDING REAR END LOADER SET FOR DELIVERY ON JULY 15, 2010 OR THEREABOUTS
  • MET WITH JAMIE MCCOY AND REQUESTED QUOTES FOR COMMERCIAL CONTAINERS FOR FRONT END LOADERS
  • JOB EVALUATION REMINDER
  • CHECKED POs
  • RESERVATIONS FOR MUNICIPAL LEAGUE CONFERENCE

WEDNESDAY:
  • MET WITH JUDGE OLLY NEAL REGARDING INVESTIGATIONS AND MIKE DAVIS TRIAL
  • DIRECTED INSTALLATION OF MUFFLER, EXHAUST PIPE AND TAILPIPE ON NEWLY ACQUIRED FORD DUALLY PICK-UP FOR PARKS & REC
  • CHECKED POs
  • APPROVED VARIOUS PURCHASES
  • SENT OUT COPIES OF G&K's LATEST PROPOSAL

THURSDAY:`
  • MET WITH JIM HARRISON CONCERNING DEATH NOTIFICATION PROTOCOL
  • MET WITH DISTRICT COURT EMPLOYEES REGARDING DISCIPLINE ISSUE(S)
  • MET WITH RECORDS CLERKS REGARDING TIME CLOCK
  • SUPPLIED SAMPLE QUESTIONS FOR FIRE EXAM
  • ORDERED NEW CELL PHONES
  • BEGAN COMPILING CITY COUNCIL PACKETS
  • CHECKED POs
  • DISTRIBUTED CHECKS
  • RETURNED REQUEST FOR NEW BULBS FOR TRAFFIC LIGHTS TO ARKANSAS HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT
  • ASKED FOR 3 NEW TRAFFIC SIGNALS TO REPLACE AGING ONES FROM AHTD
  • WORKED ON JUNE 15TH COUNCIL AGENDA
  • G&K (PETER KRAFT) OFFERED TO MATCH LOWEST UNIFORM BID

 FRIDAY:

  • NEW G&K PROPOSAL
  • CONTINUED WORKING ON CITY COUNCIL PACKETS
  • MID DELTA DISTRIBUTED COMMODITIES
  • ATTENDED CENTRAL GRADUATION

FUTURE WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:
  • PIPELINE WORKERS' EVENT
  • TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT FORMS
  • UNIFORM CONTRACT
  • OVERNIGHT TRAVEL APPLICATION FORMS

FOLLOW UP ACTIVITIES:
  • DEATH NOTIFICATION PROTOCOL - WHAT IS IT?
  • ANNEXATION -- ISLANDS
  • ANNEXATION -- GENERALLY
  • STREET PAVEMENT AND DRAINAGE PLANS
  • CITY COUNCIL REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION
  • ENSURE THAT BOOK IS ACCURATE FOR G&K DELIVERIES
  • PLANNING COMMISSION MINUTES FOR COUNCIL MEMBERS
  • VEHICLE LISTING FOR COUNCIL MEMBERS
  • SCRAP IRON RECEIPTS FOR COCA COLA BUILDING FOR COUNCIL MEMBERS

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)

Police DHR 06/14/2010

Police (DHR) June 14, 2010

Helena-West Helena Police Department

“We Serve, We Care”

Date: June 14, 2010

Reporting Dates: June 3-9, 2010

Prepared Dates: Office Manager, Records & Communication

Crime Data

Disturbance: 65

Burglary: 04

Stolen Vehicle: 00

Alarm: 26

Escort: 28

Missing Person: 00

Communication Center

Dispatch / Call Intake

Landline: 1,999

911 Calls: 590

Officers Weekly Gas Usage

$1,475.98

Bond & Fine

$8,805.00

Vehicle Status

Unit 01/ Out of Service/ Front End

Unit 13 / Out of Service/ Transmission

Officer Contacts

Tickets: 47

Arrest: 21

Affidavits: 05

Reports: 31

Accident: 09

Building Checks: 571

Officer Response to Citizens / Contacts: 605

Uniform Patrol Division

Shift 1/ Target Areas (DAY)

21 Citations

11 Disturbances

05 Misdemeanor Arrest

02 Felony Arrest

01 DWI

29Traffic Stops

32 Building Checks

Shift 2 / Target Areas (Evening)

08 Citations

15 Disturbances

04 Misdemeanor Arrest

12 Traffic Stops

174 Building Checks

Shift 3 / Target Areas (Day)

10 Citations

12 Disturbances

03 Misdemeanor Arrest

01 Felony

19 Traffic Stops

82 Building Checks

Shift 4 / Target Areas (Evening)

08 Citations

27 Disturbances

01 DWI

09 Misdemeanor Arrest

14 Traffic Stops

183 Building Checks

Domestic Violence

Staff Concerns / Advocate

05 Reported Domestic Incidents

02 Arrests

05 Victim Contacts

Tickets Issued for reporting period

DWI: 02(Year to Date: 19)

Suspended D/L: 06

Possession Controlled Substance: 02

Speeding: 12

Loud Music: 01

Seat Belt: 06

Stop Sign Violation: 08

No Insurance: 03

No Vehicle Registration: 02

Specific Weekly Activities

Meeting / Death Notification / June 15

ALETA/ Graduation /Class10-B/ June 18

Bramlett* Crawford* Hellums*

Captain Meeting/ Click It & Ticket It

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

Save the Children / Beechcrest / June 22

Domestic Violence / Meeting/ June 24

Omega Little Brothers/ June 28

Special Training

Alcohol & Substance Abuse Conference / Utah/ July29-30

Crime Scene / CJI / Little Rock/ July 28-29

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H.W.H.P.D. Office of Investigations (DHR) 06/14/2010

PREPARED BY:

CID LEAD INVESTIGATOR DENNIS COX


DATE: June 11, 2010 Month of June 03 - June 09, 2010

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CRIMES AGAINST PROPERTY

Investigators are currently investigating fourteen cases of Residential Burglary and Theft of Property. Cases are under investigation. An arrest has been made in one of the cases. Investigators are trying to locate the property from these cases and a possible connection between the suspect and other cases in the area.

Investigators are currently investigating two cases of Breaking or Entering and Theft of Property. Case is under investigation.

Investigators are currently investigating a case of Commercial Burglary. Case is under investigation.

Investigators are currently investigating three cases of Theft of Property. Cases are under investigation.

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CRIMES AGAINST PERSONS

Investigators are currently investigating a case of Battery 1st Degree. Case is under investigation.

Investigators are currently investigating a case of Fraud. Case is under investigation.

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

Investigators are currently investigating a case of Battery 2nd Degree. Case is under investigation.

Investigators are currently investigating a case of Aggravated Robbery. Case is under investigation.

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NARCOTICS CRIMES

Investigators are currently investigating a case of Possession of Controlled Substance w/Intent to Deliver, Possession of Controlled Substance and Proximity to Certain Locations. An arrest has been made and warrants served.

Investigators are currently investigating a case of Possession of Controlled Substance, Carrying a Weapon, Selling Liquor w/out a License and Loitering. An arrest has been made and warrants served.

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MISC. FELONIOUS CRIME

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WARRANTS SERVED

Shontina Lynn-Theft of Property


Jamarcus Risper-Residential Burglary and Theft of Property


Albert Haynes-Possession of Controlled Substance w/Intent to Deliver, Possession of Controlled Substance, Proximity to Certain Facilities


Ernie Smith-Possession of Controlled Substance, Selling Liquor w/out a License, Carrying a Weapon and Loitering

CURRENT ACTIVITIES:

Working open cases

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 June 03 - June 09, 2010

InvestigatorDateGallonsFuel Usage Cost
Roy Covington Sr.06/07/201014.4 Gal @ $2.69$39.00
Dennis Cox06/09/2010

06/10/2010

18.5 Gal @ $2.69

20.3 Gal @ $2.69

$50.00

$55.00

Tommy Bivens06/10/201019.2 Gal @ $2.69$52.00
Chanta Mansfield06/08/201019.4 Gal @ $2.69$52.55
TOTAL Gallons 104.7$283.55
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Honorable James F. Valley
MAYOR - Helena West Helena
P O Box 248
226 Perry Street
Helena-West Helena, 72342
870-817-7400 Phone
870-817-4035 Cell
800-517-7240 Fax

HMWS- East DHR 6-14-10


East Water Weekly Report


Weekly Department Report
Date: 6/11/10
Prepared by: Terry McGinister

Specific Weekly Activites 6/4/10 - 6/10/10

Monthly meter reading
Checked lift stations
Completed monthly reports
Unloaded chemical truck at the plant
Cut grass at the water plant, tanks, wells, and lift stations
Changed out 2" inch valve and meter at Longlak
Returned the remaining chlorine cylinders to Harcros Chemicals
Repaired 2" inch water leak on Columbia and Jefferson Street
Unstopped storm drains on Dennis Drive
Unstopped sewer at Miller and Ohio Street

Future Weekly Activities
Finish repairs on pumps at lift stations #1 and #2

Follow up Weekly Activities
Finish putting rip rap on levees at the sewer ponds and finish installing by pass hook ups at sewer stations #2, #4, and #6

Staff Concerns/Issues
Scheduling classes for all employees licenses renewal

District Court Weekly DHR (6/14/10)

WEEKLY DEPARTMENT REPORT

(Period of June 4 - 10, 2010)

Department: Helena-West Helena District Court

Date:    June 14, 2010

Prepared by:     Linda Danley

SPECIFIC WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:

June 4 - 10, 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.

June 4, 2010 - Plea/Arraignment & Review Docket

    Total number of cases scheduled - 234

Thurs., June 10 2010 (9:00 A.M.) - Bench Trials on Traffic Violations

    Total number of cases scheduled – 109

Thurs., June 10, 2010 (1:30 P.M.) - Bench Trials on Criminal Actions

    Total number of cases scheduled – 44

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Breakdown of Traffic and Criminal Actions

Resolved During the Period of June 4 - 10, 2010

Jurisdiction: City of Helena-West Helena

Finding 

Criminal 

Juvenile 

Traffic 

Total 

BF 

  

1

1

DM 

12

1

17

30

37

1

25

63

NG 

1

  

1

NP 

5

 

6

11

PRB

  

1

1

TF 

 

1

 

1

TOTAL 

55

3

50

108

Jurisdiction: City of West Helena-OLD

Finding 

Criminal 

DWI 

Traffic 

Total 

DM 

2

  

 

TOTAL 

Jurisdiction: Phillips County

Finding 

Criminal 

Juvenile 

Traffic 

Total 

DM

3

 

6

9

G

1

1

14

16

NG

1

  

1

NP 

  

5

5

TOTAL 

5

1

25

31

ALL JURISDICTIONS:

Finding 

Criminal 

DWI 

Juvenile 

Traffic 

Total 

BF 

   

DM 

17 

 

23 

41

38 

41 

82 

NG 

   

NP 

  

11 

16 

PRB 

   

TF 

  

 

TOTAL 

62 

77 

144 

KEY

BF – Bond Forfeited

NP – Nolle Prosequi

DM – Dismissed

PRB – Probation

G – Guilty

TF – Transferred

NG – Not Guilty 

 

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Jail Roster

(June 4 - 10, 2010)

Name 

Case# 

Arrest

Date 

Release/

Sent. Date 

Disposition 

Boyd, King

 

6/05/10

 

Arrested on charge of Public Intox. and Disorderly Conduct. Paperwork pending at time of report.

Harris, William S.

 

6/7/10

 

Arrested on charge of Careless/Prohibited Driving and Suspended D/L. Paperwork pending at time of report.

Henry, Patricia

CR-10-1693

6/10/10

 

Set for plea on 6/11/10.

Johnson, Joseph 

CR-10-1564 

6/02/10 

6/04/10

Plea of guilty on 6/04/10. Fined $240 and sentenced to 12 months probation. Conditions of probation: (1) good behavior; (2) aggression workshop; (3) domestic violence workshop; (4) no contact with the complaining party; (5) drug/alcohol counseling; (6) get his G.E.D.; and (7) job training.

Jones, Rumondale

CR-09-3597

6/03/10

 

Plea of not guilty on 6/04/10. Set for 7/08/10.

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. Rescheduled for trial on 7/15/10.

Kirkwood, Wanda

CR-10-1559

CR-10-1560

6/01/10

 

Plea of not guilty on 6/04/10. Set for 7/29/10. Bail bond $17,000.00+

Manuel, Monique 

CR-10-1570

CR-10-1571

CR-10-1572

CR-10-1573 

6/03/10 

 

Found in contempt of court in the presence of the court and was sentenced to 10 days in jail. Rescheduled for plea on 6/11/10.

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. Case continued to 6/10/10 on 6/03/10. Rescheduled for 7/08/10.

Smith, Ernie M.

CR-10-1687

CR-10-1688

CR-10-1690

CR-10-1691

6/09/10

 

Set for plea on 6/4/10.


 

FUTURE WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:

• 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

• Mon., July 5, 2010 – Office Closed (Independence Day)

FOLLOW-UP ACTIVITIES:

• Enter dispositions into court database of cases brought before the court on June 11, 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).

STREET DHR 6/14/10


 

     STREET DEPARTMENT REPORT – 6/14/2010

Department:
Street Department

Date: June 4-June 10, 2010


Prepared by
Oscar Hoskins and Earnest Womack

Specific Weekly Activities:

Mechanic:

6/4/10

Checked Sanitation unit 30-need joystick

C Davis moved bricks from old King Solomon Church

Cleaned lot in front of shop

Replaced exhaust pipe on Sanitation unit 21

6/7/10

Replaced line hold down and ties on knuckle boom 107

Took black Dually to shop for transmission repair

Replaced fuel pump in small John Deere lawnmower

Installed fuel pump in brown dodge van

Repaired PTO shaft in John Deere bush hog

Womack worked on pressure washer

Dumped blue and white dump at landfill

Replaced transmission in whit flatbed 3500 Chevy

Replaced pins in knuckle boom 107

Worked on LX188 John Deere lawnmower

6/8/10

C Smith and T Wilson went Pat Kelly's to check Dually

C Davis to Goodyear to replace tire on blue and white dump truck

Finished clutch repair on White Chevy 3500

Removed and replaced blades from John Deere lawnmower

Removed fan from Police unit 8

Charged battery on Parks red pickup and started-need spark plugs, wires

And battery

Charged air in white flatbed Dually

Replaced switch in John Deere LX188

C Davis loaded and hauled 3 loads of dirt from park

6/9/10

Repaired John Deere Lawnmower

Replaced light switch and fuse in Sanitation unit 29

Repaired arm and ordered bushings for Sanitation unit 29

Repaired blue lights in Police unit 7

C Davis assisted with debris removal from 400 block Columbia

6/10/10

Picked up forklift from east side-need brake line and seal

T Wilson Replaced distributor, sparkplugs and wires and rotor button on Parks red GMC pickup

Greased and serviced track hoe and white Ford 9000

Checked Parks green Dually

Put pin back in place on press machine in box shop

Put transmission fluid in Parks red GMC

T Wilson checked white Suburban-fuel pump

T Wilson and T Collins changed trailers on white Dually and loaded dozer

Potholes:

6/7/10

100 block Valley Dr-1

First St (E)-8

Wooddale-1

100 block Mississsippi-3

200 block Buckeye-1

500 block Desoto-2

500 block Knox-2

6/8/10

400 block 5th and Anderson-3

100 block Green Acres-2 curves with white rock

700 block 7th and Cleburne-white rocks in curve

300 St Andrews-white rocks in curve

100 block Dennis Dr-3

200 So 6th-1

100 block Westwood-1

100 block Dr-3

100 block Nodaway-1

1100 block Guthrie-4

300 block No Baringo-4

6/9/10

200 block Hackberry-4

400 block Walker-4

500 block Walker-4

1000 block Holly-4

1300 block Jefferson-2

1300 block Franklin-3

6/10/10

1300 block Holly-1

Adam Hill 700 block-6

Corner of Quarles Ln and Kentucky-1

200 block Sebastian-white rock and cold mix

Beautiful Zion Ln-2

Corner of Kentucky and Anderson-2

300 block Russ-5

200 block Ashlar and Ladino-2

400 block Joyner-2

Cut and mowed:

6/7/10

1 lot 400 block West St

2 lots Ladino and Sam

Lot #8

Lot #35

Lot #29

Lot #11

Shoulders:

Hickory Hill in front of J F Wahl School

Cleburne at So Washington

Cut grass and weed eat behind all businesses on Plaza St

Center green, Pit Stop and West Helena Furniture to Boys and Girls Club

Ditch So 9th and Plaza

Cut alley 200 block So 7th

Welcome sign at 49 and 49B

Alley on No 6th and 7th St

NO and So Ridge

Ohio shop

6/8/10

Lot #21 and 22

Ditch at Quarles Ln

Ditch 500 block Sioux

Parking area across from Sebastian shop

Market Place

Caney Creek

East center green

Shoulders:

Newman Dr

Russell St

Park and Sam

6/9/10

Weed eat east center green

Firefighter Memorial

Ditch South end of Beechcrest School

Cut ditch on South St near Oak Grove Cemetery #1

Beechcrest School entrance and East Garland and 10th

Cut ditch No 10th and Baldwin

Weed eat shop yard

Cut ditch 4 and 500 block of East Anderson

Stonebrook-shoulders

Lot #26 & 27

Entrance to Word Ave

1 lot next to 274 Coanza

1 lot Grand and Valley Dr

Fire Fighter Memorial

Started mowing bridge approach

801 Old Dominion-Code Enforcement request

Received batteries from Douthit Radio

6/10/10

Finished bridge approach and weed eat medians

Weed eat Ohio shop yard and fence yard

Cut ditch and weed eat at Poplar and Adams

Cut ditches at Madison and Holly, Pecan and Madison, and Walnut and Madison

Cut lot in front of vacant lot on So 8th

Rifle range

Animal Control:

Picked up 2 dead animals from vet on 6/9/10

Picked up 2 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

6/4/10

Landfill tonnage 44.42

E. Jimmerson hauled 105 tires to county waste disposal

Womack assisted escorting track hoe from Bonanza to Columbia worksite

Met with Jamie Mcoy from River city Hydraulics

6/5/10

Set up tent for DCC and removed on 6/6/10

6/7/10

Landfill tonnage 24.85

O Hoskins and V Jordan met with S Harrington Quapaw inc on pallets and boxes

Picked up oil dip stick for knuckle boom 107 from Ater warehouse

Trimmed over hanging limbs in alley between Porter and Perry for PC Library

O Hoskins and Mayor Valley checked road damage at entrance to river park

Womack checked pressure washer-need pump

6/8/10

Landfill tonnage 13.24

Replaced pole and sign at No 5th and So Ridge-damaged by vandalism

Checked Helendale at Oakland-citizen complaint about cane poles being placed on curb

6/9/10

Landfill tonnage-12.72

Womack repaired knuckle boom 106-secured lines

Set up barricade barrels for pipeline welcome event at Wild Hog and DCC

E Jimmerson hauled 35 passenger tires to county waste disposal site

Checked traffic signals Hwy 49 and Miller Loop-blown transformer

Repaired street sign at Oakland and Perry

Removed pallets from Coca Cola site to Ohio shop yard

James King pushed up limbs on Honeysuckle Ln

6/10/10

Landfill tonnage-8.09

Cut up and removed tree from across road on St Patrick

Womack measured section of pipe at 100 block of So 4th for drainage repair

Follow Up Activities:

Repair loop at Oakland and Valley Dr, Hwy 242 and Hwy 49, Hwy 49 & Hwy 49B-Sent request letter to AHTD

Ditch in Lincoln Ct off Mississippi St behind DeSquare residence-will order 120 ft section of pipe

Staff Concerns/Issues:

Telephone for mechanics


 

STREET DEPARTMENT GASOLINE LOG

    

May 28-Jun 3, 2010

 
    

DATE

UNIT #

GALLONS

RECEIVER

6/4/2010

9

16

O Hoskins

6/4/2010

Mosquito Rig

23

C Allen

6/4/2010

30

19.5

E Butler

6/4/2010

103

20

R C Smith

6/7/2010

30

11.1

E Canada

6/7/2010

34

11.3

L Britton

6/8/2010

30

8.4

E Canada

6/8/2010

804

28.6

T Bryant

6/8/2010

9

18.9

O Hoskins

6/8/2010

 13

 19

 L Driver

6/8/2010

103

 19.7

 R C Smith

6/9/2010

5 Gal Can

4.0 

 C Smith

6/9/2010

Box Shop Truck 

18.5 

 T Bledsoe

6/9/2010

21 

 E Womack

6/9/2010

 34

 11.1

 H Robinson

6/10/10

 100

 23

 V Jordan

  

  

  

  

  

TOTAL GALLONS

273.10