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The Humphrey City Council met Monday with a new mayor and three new aldermen. Arkansas County Judge Eddie Best was also there to swear in aldermen Michael Porky Hodges and Chad Burgess. Alderman Jimmy Carr was sworn in in Stuttgart last week. Mayor Rodney Henderson, aldermen Eddie White, Donald Ray Combs and Cleveland Hatch were sworn in on Jan. 1 at the Arkansas County Courthouse in DeWitt. Henderson welcomed all in attendance, which included a packed room of citizens. Treasurer Robert Blessing called the roll and read the minutes of the December meeting. New City Attorney Elizabeth Skinner was recognized at the December meeting and welcomed at this meeting. There were no corrections to the minutes and they were approved as read. Henderson asked former Mayor Alice Black about the Christmas parade and she stated that it went great, the attendance was great and the weather was great. Fire Chief Walter Burgess stated that the department had four calls in December one in Wabbaseka, one in Altheimer, one for a grass fire outside of town and one was a false alarm. The plumbing leak in the fire station was fixed, and when the weather improves, a shut off valve will be installed. The department received part of its turnout grant gear and is expecting the rest at any time. In new business, City Ordinance 2015-01 to amend Ordinance 2005-3, which will add omitted fees that weren t included in 2005-3, was read. This will allow inspection fees of $25 for plumbing, gas and re-inspection to be charged. Permit fees of $20 will be charged for sewer, grease taps, gas and plumbing and roofing.Garbage pickup and the condition of the garbage truck was discussed. Since a new garbage truck could cost upwards of $100,000, it was decided to get estimates from area waste management companies, before the budget meetings. Another backhoe needs to be found as well before the current one completely quits. Michael Hodges and Chad Burgess agreed to talk to the forestry commission about acquiring one or possibly acquiring an excavator. On drainage issues, a possible solution involved contacting the highway department about assistance and possibly placing a levee where the problem is as a temporary solution. Alderman Cleveland Hatch mentioned culverts being cleaned out, which would help the drainage issues. Discussion regarding contacting the Arkansas Department of Correction to have prisoners assist with this clean up was also mentioned. It was also noted that residents taking pride in their town and their property could also help. Eddie White brought to the council s attention how Sylvester Cline has for the past three or four years been cleaning out ditches and culverts on his own accord. He suggested that if residents could start assisting him, it would make others more likely to also help. He reiterated that Cline receives no pay for this and doesn t want any, that he does it to take pride in his community. Page 2 of 2 - At this point, Henderson had to call the meeting to order because of citizens being disruptive regarding this issue. After the meeting resumed, a personnel issue had to be discussed so the council went into executive session. The Humphrey City Council meets the first Monday of the month at Humphrey City Hall.

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Men and women took the trash bags, poked arm and head holes in them and had an instant raincoat. Then many of them prepared to head back to the dining hall to spend the night.