The Helena West Helena City Council will meet tonight to discuss several pending items from previous agendas including ordinances that have been presented by the Helena West Helena Police Department detailing fees on serving warrants as well as inappropriate attire.

 

The Helena West Helena City Council will meet tonight to discuss several pending items from previous agendas including ordinances that have been presented by the Helena West Helena Police Department detailing fees on serving warrants as well as inappropriate attire.
City Attorney Chalk Mitchell will be present to outline the language details in each ordinance as well as the wording of the Reservoir Hill contract.  The city council also will address the Wild Hog Music Festival and whether or not it will be approved for 2012. 
In light of the new year rapidly approaching, Mayor Arnell Willis has wasted no time in composing a proposed 2012 budget that reportedly will be presented to the council at tonight’s session. 
Police Chief Uless Wallace will be present to address past and present questions and field complaints and/or comments from the council.
The council plans to discuss the city’s need to open two bank accounts pertaining to the Disaster Funds (monies derived from FEMA, state, etc) and the revenue derived from police department ordinances 13 and 15.
Will Tate of the Civil Service Commission is expected to present comments and updates to the council.  Code Enforcement Patrick Allen will present the current condemnation ordinance to the council as well as the listed properties for condemnation approval. 
As requested at the previous city council meeting by Councilman Jay Hollowell, Allen will address the exploration of code enforcement offices in other communities.
The council session begins at 6 p.m. in the council chambers at city hall on Perry St.