The roads that were repaired by the Jefferson County Road Department were as follows:
• Patching Crew: Filled potholes on State Farm Road, Earl Chadick Road, Trulock Bay Road, Gilliand Road, Blackwell Road and Wilson Road with cold mix. Filled potholes on Brunetti on both sides of the bridge. Filled the washout on Mulberry Road and used 56 yards of SB2 on the road.
• Culvert Crew: Cleaned out culvert n Earl Chadick Road.
• Truck Drivers: Hauled SB2 to Mulberry Road and Gibb Anderson Road.
• Grader Operators: Spread two loads of SB2 on Gibb Anderson Road.
• Boom Mower Crew: Broke down beaver dams on Wilson Road.
• Sign Shop: Put a street sign and a stop sign on Laura Lane. Put a road sign up on Deer Lane. Put barrels on Jefferson Parkway to control traffic while repairs are being done.
• Patching Crew: Filled potholes on Jefferson Parkway, Jim Ford Road, Blackwell Road, Joe T. Henslee Road, Dyson Road, Robinson Road and Earl Chadick Road.
• Heavy Equipment Operators: Loaded a bridge panel for the bridge on Jefferson Parkway and hauled it to the site to replace the old one.
• Grader Operators: Graded County Line Road, Wabbaseka Road and Sell Davis Road.
• Ditching Crew: Cleaned out the ditches on Hunter Road, Pointer Road and Potpouri Road.
• Boom Mower Crew: Cut tree limbs that were hanging over McKelvin Road.
• Sign Shop: Made one-call report for repairs on the bridge on Jefferson Parkway and made “Bridge Out” signs for the bridge while undergoing repairs. Made magnets for Jefferson County employees working at the courthouse to go on their county vehicles.
• Environmental Officer: Cleaned up car parts and debris on Old Warren Road after an accident occurred in the area.
• Patching Crew: Filled potholes on Boys School Training Road, Henderson Road, Shannon Road, Petty Road, Lowman Road and Luckwood Road with cold mix.
• Truck Drivers: Hauled five loads of SB2 to Garrett Road to spread on the bridge.
• Grader Operators: Graded Garrett Road and spread 60 yards of SB2 on the road. Graded Griderfield Road.
• Sign Shop: Checked roads in Tucker on Church Road, Vine Road, Furrow Road and became aware that the signs are missing and need to be replaced. Took barrels to Jefferson Parkway to block traffic going across bridge — bridge closed for at least a week to replace bridge panel.
• Environmental Officer: Checked county roads for illegal dumping and worked with residents to get trashy areas cleaned up.
• Heavy Equipment Operators and Culvert Crew: Repairing the bridge on Jefferson Parkway.
• Truck Drivers: Hauled SB2 from Little Rock to the Jefferson County Road Department.
• Grader Operators: Graded Hooker Road and Altheimer East Road.
• Ditching Crew: Cleaned out the ditches on Hardin Reed Road.
• Sign Shop: Took barricades to Jefferson Parkway for the bridge repair. Worked in the sign shop making signs for county roads in Tucker to replace the signs that were stolen.
• Environmental Officer: Checked county roads for illegal dumping.
• Patching Crew: Filled potholes on Irene Road, Mallard Road, Osage Drive, Nolino Drive, Ramick Road and Wheeler Chapel Road with cold mix.
• Heavy Equipment Operators and Culvert Crew: Worked on the bridge on Jefferson Parkway replacing a bridge panel.
• Truck Drivers: Hauled SB2 from Little Rock to the Jefferson county Road Department.
• Grader Operators: Graded Clint Henderson Road, Wabbaseka Road, Winston Road and Townsend Road.
• Boom Mower Crew: Cleaned out ditches on Huntley Trail and Jefferson Parkway.
• Sign Shop: Put road signs up on Ashcraft Road. The road signs were replaced on Church Street and Vine Street, Church Street and Furrow Street and Church Street and Cotton Street in Tucker.
• Environmental Officer: Checked Jefferson County for trashy yards.
Jefferson County Recycling Report
• Jefferson County brought in four paper boxes, 13 tire boxes and four trash boxes.
• Brought three trash trailers in, sent three trash trailers out.
• Jefferson County brought in 42.62 tons of tires. Get Rid of It/Waste Management brought in 22.15 tons of tires.
• Met with representative of Southeast Arkansas Solid Waste District to assess volume of non-fee paid tires (oversized tires). Beginning Fe.b 1, the district will be collecting a fee on oversized tires allowing the Waste Tire Facility to process them, including the back stock currently sitting at locations within the district.