Jefferson County Road Department and Recycling Report

The roads that were repaired by the Jefferson County Road Department for the week of June 28 to July 3 are are follows:

• Patching Crew: Filled potholes on Mitchell Road and used two tons of cold mix.

• Culvert Crews and Heavy Equipment Operators: Removed a tree that had fallen across Harmony Church Road.

• Truck Drivers: Hauled 47.20 tons of gravel from Little Rock to the Road Department. Gravel was also hauled to Gibb Anderson Road to spread on the road.

• Grader Operators: Graded shoulders on Wright, Pointer Road, Jefferson County Line Road and spread 120 yards of gravel on Gibb Anderson Road. Graded Achorn Road, Bayou Metro Recreational Road, Revils, Scrogins Road, Bruce Trail, Wampler Spur Road and Gibson Road.

• Boom Mower Crew: Cut grass on Gibb Anderson Road, Reba Lane and Altheimer East Road. Sprayed herbicide around bridges and signs on Old Dollarway Road, Willow Pond, Vernon Road, Meadow Pond, Wagon Trace, Dan Road, Gravel Pit Road, Palomino Road and Tracy Road.

• Sign Shop: Pulled all the old signs on Rob Roy Road and replaced them with six speed limit signs and six curve signs.

• Environmental Officer: Checked for illegal dumping and trashy yards on Morgan Road, Rob Roy Road, Bishop, Reed Lake, Cantrell, South Gilliand, Crumpton Road, Ellison Road, West McKinney, Morrow Road, Bennett, Ray Dean Road and Watkins Road.

July 1

• Patching Crew: The potholes were filled on Ferda Road and Stokes Road with cold mix.

• Grader Operators: Graded Jacob Road, Wrape Road, Kotchee Road, Florence Road, Gibb Anderson Road, Reba Road, Milner Road, and Hudson Road and put 40 yard of wash rock on Hudson Road. Graded Jessica Drive, Channey Road and Byrd Road. Graded Nanci Drive and put one load of gravel on the road. • Boom Mower Crew: Cut grass on Gibb Anderson Road, Reba Road and Hudson Road.

• Sign Shop: A stop sign was put back up at Hazel Street and Middle Warren Road. Checked signs on Old Warren Road and the Highway 199 area to see if they were in good condition. Put dangerous intersection sign up on Rob Roy Road. A narrow bridge sign was put up on Summer Road and two delinator signs were put at the bridge on Summers Road. Checked the stop sign that was down at Moscow Store Road and informed the state Highway Department about teh sign being down.

• Environmental Officer: Checked for illegal dumping on Ryburn Road, Sorrells Road, Whiteville Road, Gaddy Koonce, Glendale, Sunny Lane, Cascade Lane, Serenity, Sandy Bayou, Country Place and Pleasant Drive.

July 2

• Patching Crew: Put water on State Farm Road to settle the dust and used cold mix to fill potholes on the road as well as North Evans Road.

• Culvert Crew: Installed a pipe on Lazy Hill Road.

• Grader Operators: Graded Reydell Road, Wrape Road, Cornerstone Road, Jefferson County Line Road, Wampler Spur Road, LauraLane, Samuel Road, Olloway Road and West Ollaway Road. Graded Huntley Trail and put two loads of gravel on the road.

• Ditching Crew: The ditches on Chandler Road were cleaned out.

• Boom Mower Crew: The grass was cut on Pinebergen Road and Cantrell Road.

• Sign Shop: Put two delinator signs on Summer Road. Put one curve sign on Shannon Road. Replaced two stop signs at Hazel and Rosswood intersection. A curve sign was put up on Middle Warren Road. Also barrels were taken to State Farm Road in Tucker.

July 3

• Grader Operators: Plowed and graded Florence Road, Providence Road and Hamilton Road.

• Sign Shop: Put speed limit sign on Rob Roy Road. Made a one-call request for Church Road in the Tucker area so a stop sign could be put on the road. Also took barrels to the Tucker area to mark off the area where the road is being repaired.

• Environmental Officer: Checked for illegal dumping and trashy yards on Brown Cemetery Road, Snyder Road, Ryburn Road, Sorrells Road, Gaddy Koonce Road, Whiteville Road and Forrest Drive.

Jefferson County Recycling Report

• Brought in seven tire boxes, one trash box, five paper boxes, three trash trailers.

• Sent out three trash trailers.

• Brought in 27.1 tons of tires from Jefferson County.

• Brought in 31.59 tons of tires from Get Rid of It.

• Worked on cleaning up illegal dump on Highway 54 removing three loads of shingles.

• On July 2 and 3, Jefferson County employees helped clean and worked with the Jefferson County Master Gardeners planting shrubs and plants in the parking lot across the street from the Courthouse. The many hours given to this project is greatly appreciated. Thanks from Jefferson County Judge Dutch King.