The roads that were repaired by the Jefferson County Road Department for the week of July 12 to July 18 are as follows:
• Bridge Crew: Cut the debris around the bridge on Lonoke County Line Road and removed drift under the bridge.
• Patching Crew: Filled potholes on Reed Lake Road with cold mix.
• Culvert Crews and Heavy Equipment Operators: Back filled around the head wall and pulled a pipe on Joe T. Henslee and Azalea Hill.
• Truck Drivers: Hauled gravel from Little Rock to Redfield to spread on the road that is being repaired.
• Grader Operators: Worked on Divoky Road and Kilcease Road setting the road up to complete repairs. Graded Mulberry Grove Road, Collier Lee Road, Jeter Road and Garrett Road.
• Ditching Crews: Sprayed the grass and weeds with herbicide in the Wabbaseka area.
• Boom Mower Crew: Cut grass in the ditches on Blackwell, Sorrells Road, Old Star City Road and on Cantrell Road in Altheimer.
• Sign Shop: Two delinerators signs were put up on Joe T. Henslee Road as well as safety signs that were taken to the road. Two barrells were taken to Tucker and a stop sign as well as a road sign was put up on Church Street in Tucker. A post was needed by the Wright Fire Department and Jefferson County sign employee drove the post in for them. “Burn ban in effect” signs were made for the fire department which will be put out and enforced until it starts raining again.
• Environmental Officer: Checked for illegal dumping and trashy yards on Wilbur West Road, Griderfield Ladd Road, Gibb Anderson, Pinebergen, Kingswood Estates Road, Old Star City Road, Ty Lane, Middle Warren Road, Rosswood, Farm Lane, Temple Road, Ramick Road and Payton Road. July 15
• Bridge Crew: Repaired sign rails of the bridge on Jefferson Parkway with two bags of ready mix concrete and 10 feet of rebar.
• Patching Crew: Filled potholes on Reed Lake Road, Jefferson Parkway and McFadden Road with cold mix.
• Culvert Crew and Heavy Equipment Operators: The washout on Island Harbor was repaired using six yards of rip rap. A culvert was installed on Azalea Hill and three yards of gravel was used to cover the culvert.
• Grader Operators: Graded half of German Springs Road and Half of Huntley Trail, Tom Harvill Road, Marshall Road and Altheimer East Road.
• Boom Mower Crew: The grass was cut on Earl Chadick Road, Robinson Road, Brown Cemetery Road and Joe T. Henslee Road.
• Sign Shop: Road signs were put up on Budwood Avenue, Cherrywood Avenue, Cecilwood Street, Wolfe Road, Hunter Drive, Handley Road and Kearney Road, all in the Redfield area. Cheaned brush from the stop sign on Wolfe Road and Handley Road. Put stop sign up at Craig Drive and Handley Road. A stop sign was put up at the intersection of Hunter Drive and Handley Road.
• Environmental Officer: Checked for illegal dumping on Kilcrease, Divoy Road, Mulberry Road, Wilson Road, Henderson, Family Drive, Petty Road, Lazy Hill Road, Target Valley Road, Donnie Road, Hixon Circle and Shannon Valley Road.
• Bridge Crew: Checked bridges on Mail Route Road.
• Patching Crew: Filled potholes on Battle Chapel Loop, Lucky Road and Cornerstone Road with cold mix.
• Culvert Crew: Installed a new culvert on Webb Road and covered it with 15 yards of red gravel and eight yards of SB2. The curbs at the new sheriff’s office had to be cut and hauled away.
• Truck Drivers: Hauled gravel to Huntley Road to spread on the road.
• Grader Operators: Graded Mulberry Grove Road. Huntley Trail was graded and two loads of SB2 was spread on the road. German Springs Road was graded and five loads of wash rock was spread on the road. Two loads of rock was spread on Samuel Road. Mulberry Road and Wilson Road were ground up and graded to repair the road.
• Boom Mower Crew: Mowed ditches on Joe T. Henslee Road and Riverside Road.
• Sign Shop: Road sign was put back up on Brittany Road and Nennig Lane and the other county roads off NCTR Road and Stagecoach Road were checked for missing signs/readable signs. A deliberator sign was put on the bridge on Industrial Park Road.
• Environmental Officer: Checked for illegal dumping on Blackwell Road, Shelton Road, West Hartley Rad, North Gilland Road, Brunetti Road, Wiley Road, Wilson Road, Randolph Road, Mulberry Grove Road, Earl Chadick Road and South McKinney Road.
• Bridge Crew: The form was removed from the side rails of the bridge on Jefferson Parkway. Trees and debris were cut from around the bridges on Osborn Road, Mail Route Road and East Baldwin Road.
• Patching Crew: Filled potholes on Lucky Road and Cornerstone Road with cold mix.
• Grader Operators: Spread two loads of SB2 on Jefferson County Firing Range Road. Graded Hudson, Sunset Road, Terra Road, Rucker Road, Hartley Dump Road, Jeter Road, Bearden, Janie, Castro, Fern Leaf Road, Appian Way Road and Alford Lane. Spread three loads of wash rock on German Springs Road.
• Boom Mower Crew: The grass was cut on Osborn Road, Celia Road and Atkins Lake Road.
• Enviromental Officer: Checked for illegal dumping on Mitchell Road, Ceclia Road, Stratton Drive, Atkins Lake Road, Abernathy Road, Johnson Road, Wyatt Road, Moscow Store Road and Rolfe Road.
• Bridge Crew: The right of way was cut on Stedham, Robinson, Brown Cemetery Road, Snyder Road and President’s Circle.
• Patching Crew: Filled potholes on Cornerstone Road and Lucky Road with cold mix.
• Culvert Crew and Heavy Equipment Operators: Worked at the new sheriff’s office cutting out the old curb to replace it with a new one.
• Truck Drivers: Hauled SB2 from Little Rock to Wilson Road and hauled Calcium to Pointer Road.
• Grader Operators: Graded Wilson Road and 20 yards of SB2 was spread on the road. Graded Jed Road, Camp Talhoa Road, Providence Road, Rado Road, Wallace Road, Griderfield Ladd Road, McDonley, Potpouri, Deep Bayou, Walker Road and Wabbaseka Road..
• Enviromental Officer: Checked for illegal dumping on Tamo River Road, Bitely Road, Mabry Road, Blankenship Road, Otto Hall Road, Ruggeri Road, Stedham Road, Stagecoach Road, St. Paul Road, Sullivan Road, Allison Road, Belmont Road, Bonds Road, Carman Road, Chronister Road and Clemons Road. County Recycling Report
• Brought in 8 tire boxes, 6 paper boxes, 1 trash box, 3 trash trailers. Three trash trailers were sent out.
• Jefferson County brought in 41.98 tons of tires.
• Get Rid of It/Waste Management brought in 41.6 tons of tires.
• Assisted SEAEDD with a trailer load of e-waste to recycling and 3 trailer loads of sensitive documents to the landfill with the assistance of the Juvenile Clean Team.