Leader Blues

Friday, December 15, 2006

CLASSIFIEDS >> 12-16-06

ANNOUNCEMENTS
THE LEADER’S CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT will take ads by phone from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday 982-9421, or you may mail your ad to The Leader Classifieds, P.O. Box 766, Jacksonville, AR 72078. Deadline to advertise in Wednesday issue is 5 p.m. Friday and 5 p.m. Thursday for the Weekend issue.

after the yard sales bring your leftover donations to TKO’s Thrift Shop for Needy & Homeless PEOPLE! TAX DEDUCTIBLE. 515 South James, Jacksonville (open 10-4 except Wed & Sun) & 1212 South 2nd, Cabot (10-4 Tues-Sat)

landers ford north 1800 School Drive is a dropoff for Toys for the Children for the Jacksonville care channel. Drop off your toys there.


HELP WANTED
Leader carrier needed in the Sherwood area. Call Pat between 6:30 & 8:30 P.M. 982-9421.

quality child development Center looking for loving care givers who will promote a learning environment for young children. If you are a team player, hard worker, patient, loving, DEPENDABLE and enjoy working with children please call 501-605-9228. Immediate full time position in pre-school classroom available

licensed insurance agent needed for fast paced growing independent insurance agency in Cabot. Must have at least 2 years experience in an independent agency. Applicants may apply by emailing a resume to marcia@childress-ent.com or mailing to: 111 S. 3rd St., Cabot, AR 72023.

seasonal tax preparers needed in Beebe, Jacksonville, North Little Rock and Little Rock. Days, nights, part time and full time. For more information call 1-866-538-1500.

cabinet shop help needed, general shop duties, located in Cabot. Please call and leave a message. 501-416-5330.


MISCELLANEOUS
crossbow -fox fire-$170. 501-676-0612.

for sale: Eddie Bauer car sheet, great condition. $40. (501) 416-8395.

singer slant-o-matic Sewing Machine with attachments & 8 drawer cabinet-$100 (501) 882-3756, or (501) 368-0818.

navy blue formal, semi-full skirt, 1 inch straps, black velvet details, corset style bodice, $30. Black semi-formal, A line skirt, 1 inch straps, empire waist, $30. 605-1985.

triple deep fry-single deep fry, 36”gas griddle on casters, steam tables and 10 burner stove. Other misc. rest. equipment. Please call 501-281-2698.

women’s new balance tennis shoes 7 D-$5. White with blue and silver accents. 501-281-2241.

Coupon book- contains coupons for entertainment/eating out around the L.R. area $20 FIRM. Call 843-0919. Please leave message.

must sell asap: 2 sets of Gibson Christmas dishes (Holly Celebration design). Each set $25 or both for $30. NEW tupperware, varied prices, ab doer- $30 obo, clothes & shoes, and kitchen stuff. Call 843-0919. Please leave message.

red power wheels- Jeep, 6 volt, $60; Barbie 4 wheeler, 6 volt-$75. 501-941-1494.

roadmaster mt. Fury, 5 speed, bicycle for women, w/ attachable 2 seater master cycle, so the kids can come along, $100. 501-941-1494.

two boxes of material, 1 box of quilt scraps w/ quilt pillows, all 3 boxes $6. 501-941-3922.

upright piano w/ bench by currier, medium oak finish, 56 in. wide x 42 in. high, excellent condition. $500. 501-605-1285.

two pageant dresses- sizes 6x little girls wedding set, size 4 1/2, stair stepper, long & short mink coats, boys clothes-Husky pants-size 14 reg. & shirts, girls clothes, size 6x. 541-3072.

three boxes of childrens clothes, boys sizes 3-5, girl’s different sizes, all 3 boxes for $5. 501-941-3922.

elmo- 10th Anniversary, TMX, new in box, $250 or trade. Leave message. 501-676-3964.

crank electrical hospital bed, good condition-$250 obo. 501-985-3076 anytime.

eddie bauer- car seat, great condition, $40. 501-416-8395.

aria pro II- Bass guitar, $100. Omnifex bass amp w/ 10” speaker-$100 or buy both for $150. Call after 5 p.m. 501-941-3236. Leave message if no answer.

kirby vacuum Generation 3, has attachments. $125, 982-8407.

double stroller Grayco, $40.00, 982-8407.

chocolate fountain classic Sephra, stainless steel, 18” perfect for weddings & parties. Like new-$95. Call Kathy 941-1705.

dell 50K Computer with All-in-one inkjet printer $450. (501) 843-3092.

accer laptop computer-$375, Cosco infant car seat & stroller-$25, pack-n-play with changing table-$20. (501) 843-9839.

double stroller, Grayco-$40.00. 982-8407.

2 direct tv receivers w/ remote, 1 dish, $50. 563-5629.

almost new -rarely used. Power wheels jeep wrangler, red, seats 2, ages 3 and up. Includes battery, charger, and instruction book. Asking $100.00. Call 982-7293.

ladies clothes assorted tops, shorts, pants, dresses, sizes 2x to 4x, mens shirts, shorts, pants, sizes 2x to 4x. 941-3839.

vhs tapes $3 each. 843-5401.

seven ft. Christmas tree-$20, large gas grill-$20, flea market statues-$8, size 11 wedding gown. 501-843-0120.

aquarium 55 gallon, solid wood cabinet with two large filter systems and vacuum cleaning hose w/ extras, $300. 501-758-4665.

jewelry- all kinds, both gold and sterling silver. Ear rings, necklaces, rings, beautiful stones, some handmade. From $15.00 up .Call 882-6102, or come by 152 Clinton Circle, Beebe.

original red Busch stadium seats, numbers 10 and 11. Letter of authenticity included. $250 obo. Call 501-941-1216 or 606- 9803.

cabbage patch 16” porcelain doll. 1985 limited edition. New in box. $150. obo 982-3878-Jacksonville.

men’s new 24” Shimano Magna 21 speed bike, paid $146, asking $70. (501) 941-4691 Cabot.

seven ft. Pre-lite, xmas tree. Pops up and down. Fully decorated-$85.00. Apple canister -$25.00, Blue canister blue birds on lids-$30.00. Call 982-1911

wedding dress for sale. Size 14, sheer sleaves, lots of pearl with train, full lace slip included-$350. Cabot (512) 826-5314.

two battery operated scooters in good condition-$75 for both. Seiko watch needs some work-$30. Call 501-982-2327.

lionel thunderball freight train, in box, made in early 70’s-$200. (501) 983-1445. 12/30
large gum tree has been cut down and cut up, free for hauling away. 983-1445 12/30
two elmo tmx’s for sale, new in box, never opened. $250 each. Call (501) 843-0800 anytime or leave message. 12/30
used tanning bed excellent condition, $300 negotiable. 501-590-4660. 2 end tables, perfect condition, $75 together. 501-590-4660. 12/30
aquarium 125 gallon w/solid wood stand and canopy. $650. 39 Gallon w/stand $200. For more info call 501-941-8798. 12/30
body by jake Ab Scissor-$175. Call (501) 676-0365.

Body by jake Hip & Thigh Sculptor-$250. Call (501) 676-0365.

bushnell deepspace 420X60 refraction telescope with extra lens-$70 easle included. (501) 982-2117 or 241-0009.

fender squire Stratocaster guitar with Fender Champion 110 amp + soft guitar case, $200, 501-676-6892.

Diamond engagement ring, white gold size 6 1/2, 3, stone princess cut with baggetts, 1 carat total weight. Valued at $1K. Asking $500. Call 501 554-3418.

toddler’s swing set (new cond.) - $80; Craftsman toy work bench - $20; Dehumidifier-$50; computer (700 MHz) w/ 17” monitor - $90. Call Mike at 831-0914.

Portable soccer goals (new) 3’x 6’ - $35 ea.; FireLog starter logs (box of 24) - $8; Ole Ewel storm door (80x32) - $95. Call Mike at 831-0914.

rainbow vacuum cleaner E series, power nozel, has attachments and owners manual, $250. 501-941-8061.

computer compaq 6000 Windows XP Home, 2002. AMD Athlon XP 1800 + 1.53 GHZ .128 RAM. Includes computer, w/disc rewriter + floppy slot. Key board, mouse, 17” Crt Monitor, disc’s book. $250, works like new. 843-3111 weekdays, 843-8672 evenings + weekends.

clothing- toys, tv, dishes, and more. $20. 501-882-5406.

dora the explorer- powerwheels, battery operated, 4 wheeler, $30. 501-231-4555.


FURNITURE & APPLIANCES
toshiba -50” Projection tv, older model, $100, two 6 drawer wood dressers-$40 each. (501) 580-0906.

computer desk- great condition. $20. Call after 6:00 PM. 605-1985.

nice metal desk w/swivel chair, $50. Old pupils school desk-$20. Call 501-882-5790 or cell 501-281-2331.

kenmore washer & dryer, matched pair, white, heavy duty, works good, looks nice, $150. 658-1209.

kenmore washer Heavy Duty large capacity, like new $150.00. 982-8407.

dining room Oak Pedestal table. Custom made. Two leaves. 6 high back chairs. Exc. condition. Paid $1,400 asking $675.00. 843-8024.

gas stove $50, table w/4 chairs-$30, tv stand-$15, electric oven-$10, china cabinet $75, corner table-$10, lamp table-$30, and variety of lamps-$10 each. Entertainment center $30. Twin beds $25. 726-3292 No morning calls.

maytag washer & Dryer, excellent condition. MUST SELL. $285 Cash. 612-3521.

whirlpool Refrigerator, newer model, 22 cubic feet-design series, excellent condition. Must Sell! $350 Cash 612-3521.

baby bed Mahogany, Jennylind style with mattress. $75. 982-8407.

compuer desk blond color with hutch-$40, student desk with drawers, maple with chair-$85, box of girl’s clothes, size 12-16-$30, clarinet accessories, new-$40. 605-3332.

matching set of coffee & end tables, glass top, light brown metal frame. $75 (501) 676-1685.

glass top patio table w/ 6 cushioned folding chairs-$75. 501-882-3570 in Beebe.

full size mattress & box springs. Perfect condition. $150. 843-5401.

graco crib practically brand new-$50, crib bedding-$25, (501) 240-7353.

tv stand $30. (501) 240-7353.

refrigerator w/ on-top freezer, ice maker, white. Works good-$150. 501-985-2680.

40,000 btu Heater floor model, gas, electric push button start, $125 & floor or wall-mount heater, 25,000 BTU also electric push button start-$80 with hookups. 882-2142.

queen size sleeper sofa, light brown, $200.00. Two swivel rockers, gold-$35 each. 941-2468 Ward.

queen/full headboard, footboard, dressor w/mirror, armoire and nightstand. $350, 628-7853.

twenty cf GE side by side refrigerator. 6 years old. Excellent condition. $300.00. Call 501-882-2420, Beebe area.

wood dining room set, w 4 chairs $75.00, also very good computer desk, pull out tray for keyboard $35.00. Call 882-6102 in Beebe.

computer desk oak with keyboard tray, side cabinet for storage and cpu tower. $60 (501) 941-4691. Cabot

indoor bar Oak color. Great condition. Foot Rail and storage. $250, David 501-834-7222

outdoor/indoor Bar. Dark Wicker. Glass Top. 2 Chairs. $150. LD 501-834-7222,

gibson refrigerator 22 cubic ft., with ice center-$250, Kenmore Washer-$150, Phone (501) 988-1462.

fireplace gas insert burner & pilot purchased at National Home Center paid $725 will sell for $200. 626-8046 or 744-2212.

sears wood burning stove, older, large, works good-$200 obo. 501-941-4649 in Cabot .

wall gas heater- $50. 501-941-4649 in Cabot.

general electric refrigerator, standard 2 door -$150. (501) 983-1445.

octagon shaped table- sturdy, will seat 6 but has no chairs. 941-3839.

Toshiba 36” TV, Toshiba DVD/VCR player and entertainment cabinet. $550.00 firm. Excellent condition. (501) 982-5856.

whirlpool washer $95, white metal crib-$45, childrens toys. 988-4094.

portable Ge dishwasher, $75. 501-941-8798.

full size Ge Fridge/ Freezer, white, in very good condition. $100.00, Call 501-944-4851.

used furniture for sale: can be seen @ 4004 Hwy. 161 lot 24 in Jacksonville or call 501-985-9240, need to sell ASAP..

chair and a half with Ottoman, new condition, paid $1,200, sell for $300. (501) 941-7069.

queen-anne chair- brand new, excellent condition, purplish-burgandy, Paid $250 will take $80. Call Ann 501-554-5306. Jacksonville.

dinette set w/4 chairs $75.00, Sofa $75.00, overstuffed chair with ottoman $80.00, leather chair with ottoman $100.00, treadmill $60.00. Call 501-772-0942.

kenmore appliance freezer, frost free, 19 cubic feet. Looks goods, works very good, $75. 501-658-1188.

line 6 AX 212 Amplifier with Washburn Guitar, guitar comes with gigbag & stand amplifier comes with floor pedal. $800 obo (501) 773-9222.

for sale: pellet stove. 501-843-3986.

toshiba -50” Projection tv, older model, $100, two 6 drawer wood dressers-$40 each. (501) 580-0906.

computer desk- great condition. $20. Call after 6:00 PM. 605-1985.

LOST AND FOUND
found: Large male black lab. Found close to intersection of Peter’s Rd. and Republican Rd. Please call to identify. (501) 349-1044.

lost: 1/3 carat diamond from necklace, lost in K-Mart, 541-3072.

lost: 8 month old male, dachshund puppy. Lost 11/15 in the Lemay Rd. area of Cabot, reward offered. Please call 501-454-7672.

found: male, Siberian Huskie, across from Greystone Subdivision. Found Tues. 12/5. Call to identify. (501) 606-2035.

found: 12-12-06, small pomeranian, owner call 982-2916.


LAWN EQUIPMENT AND FARM
john deere X304 with full warranty until 6/29/2009, $3500 OBO, 501-941-4640

push mower 22” 4 hsp highback wheel $60, 3.5 hp $45, 5 hp- $65, all look, run, & start good mulch leaves. (501) 843-5376.


ANIMALS, PETS, & SUPPLIES
white mastiff: has all papers, in need of a good home. FREE. (501) 266-0232.

three mix breed kittens to good homes. 1 black & 2 tabby. 241-0293.

dog pen 7’ x 12’ x 6’. $125. 835-0513.

free puppies for Christmas, 6 weeks old, 4 girls. 501-982-1030.

christmas puppies Feist mix, 2 tan males, 1 tan female, 2 black & tan females, 6 wks old mother weighs 60 lbs. can be seen at Willow St., Jacksonville. 982-5724.

lab puppies Full blood, no papers, born 9/11. Has had shots/wormed/frontline, $100. 501-796-4354.

quarter horse colt, black & white paint colt. Call 501-628-7681 for more details.

free puppies to good home. Black and white mixed breed. Contact Kathy at 501 658-1827 Cell phone or 870 552-3875 evenings.


VEHICLES & ACCESSORIES
2003 mercury gs Grand Marquee, excellent condition, 55K miles, $12,100. 501-425-1598.

1959 ford swb- V8 automatic, $2,250 or trade.

chevrolet 1986- van, full size, handy man special, $300, needs some repair. 501-758-4665, after 3:00 p.m.

1992 chevrolet extended cab, 4x4 “Grandpa’s truck” 78,000 actual miles, $8,750. (501) 454-1707.

1998 toyota camry LE, 4 door, all power, low miles, like new, must see. 501-985-5569.

1993 ford f150- short box, 6 cylinder. Call 425-3231.

1987 mercedes- 420 fel. Call 425-3231.

1991 dodge stealth- dual turbo, 5 speed, 4 wd, goods sports car, $4,995 obo. 501-771-5039.

red power wheels- Jeep, 6 volt, $60; Barbie 4 wheeler, 6 volt-$75. 501-941-1494.

1997 chrysler Town & Country LXI, V6, AT, all powered, good cond., $4,295 obo. 501-771-5039.

1986 dodge 2500- custom van, V8, warranteed AT, fully equipped, good cond., $3,500 obo. 501-771-5039.

1993 cheyenne pick up, long wheel base, good gas mileage, nice truck.$159,000 miles. $1,750. 501-982-1295 or 501-590-3115.

1984 shasta travel trailer 22 ft., new air with heat, new tires and more; tv and dvd player included. $6,250 obo. Call 501-982-0810.

1979 gmc stepside Metalic Pearl green, Big block, cowl hood, not your grandpa’s truck. $6,000, Make offer. 501-988-5948.

5 chrome All American rims, 16 in. $300, 563-5629.

‘89 dodge Daytona Shelby with turbo- $1,000 obo. Leather seats, A/C runs great, one owner (501) 985-6600 after 6 p.m.

‘98 accord DX, 75,000 miles, new tires, looks like new, runs like new, white $6,500. (501) 541-9171.

1995 plymouth Neon, red, 5 speed, great car, asking $1,600. Call (501) 230-3073 or (501) 728-3115.

1993 buick skylark cold A/C, good mechanical, good condition. $1,200 firm. (501) 580-0702.

2006 chevy corvette- ex. condition with only 15k miles LS3 model with dual tops loaded $44,500. Call 501- 743- 9016. Cabot

2003 cadillac CTS, 56K miles, warranty, 5spd, black on grey, loaded, very clean and garage kept, 2 sets of rims and tires, $18,500. 501-605-7196

1972 vw transporter Engine. flat 1800cc, unknown running condition. Complete, dual-port, dual-carbs, tin-ware, engine mounts and all. $100 obo. 501-676-2020

1995 Suburban 4x4 black runs great, good shape-$3,200. 831-9785 or 843-6900.

1986 firebird V-6, automatic transmission, factory tinted glass, T-top, engine needs work $1,000. (501) 516-7255 .

1994 suburban 1500 series, 2 wheel drive automatic all power, runs good clean, high miles. $2,400. 606-9163.

1959 ford SWB V8 automatic-$2,250 or trade. (501) 983-1445.

1992 ford f-150 4x4 extended cab, V-8 loaded, extra clean, A/C, auto, power windows, cruise, power doorlocks, tilt short bed. $3,700. (501) 920-6348.

dodge ram 2004 Hemi 1500 Quad, 4x4, 1680 miles, warranteed, mint, one owner. $22,550 firm (501) 843-2548.

1973 jeep commando Great body, needs a little work. Call James for more info. Ward Area. $2500 OBO. Will negotiate. 501-733-9379.

1995 camaro- Polo Green. Right front fender damage, minor front end work needed. Great car, clean. Lots of new parts, too many to list. $1700 OBO. Will consider trade. Call Ron at 501-676-5642 or 501-676-1590.

2005 white chevy Trailblazer, only 16,000 miles. Like brand new. Must sell ASAP. Brett 9413148 or 454-6483.

1979 chevy 350 block and heads for sale, motor is disassembled, extra parts included, $75, 501-676-6892.

tires like new P 215-65-R16 pair or set $20 to $30 per tire. Can deliver. 501-733-5878

1992 toyota corolla-automatic, a/c, high miles, runs good. Call: 501-882-3109.

1997 buick riviera- runs and looks great, good gas mileage, loaded with all the option. $3,600 obo. 501-772-1967.

1986 dodge 2500- custom van, V8, warranteed AT, fully equipped, good cond., $3,500 obo. 501-771-5039.

1959 ford SWB V8 automatic-$2,250 or trade. (501) 983-1445.

1973 jeep commando Great body, needs a little work. Call James for more info. Ward Area. $2500 OBO. Will negotiate. 501-733-9379.

1995 camaro- Polo Green. Right front fender damage, minor front end work needed. Great car, clean. Lots of new parts, too many to list. $1700 OBO. Will consider trade. Call Ron at 501-676-5642 or 501-676-1590.


RECREATIONAL VEHICLES
sixteen ft- semi V polar craft, 50 in. bottom 20 in. side, 65 horse jump. 501-349-4535.

1995 suburban 4x4, black, runs great, good shape. $3,200. 843-6900 or 831-9785.

4 panther 20” wheels, excellent condition, paid $1,500, asking $800 obo. 501-658-8448.

pop up camper: 89 Palamino, air, sleeps 5, refrigerator, good shape, $1,000 obo. 983-8022.

dirtbike- perfect for 6-8 yr. old, lime green, bought @ Pep Boys for $440, still have receipt, used very little, $250. 501-941-8061.

1998 aerolite 30’ Travel Trailer, excellent condition, 3950 lb dry weight, $5,900. 982-0450.

WANTED
wanted: Senior Citizen in need of FREE mobile home. Must be liveable and we will move. Call Kim 501-982-1308.

wanted: Son’s 14th birthday, 12/25 wants a PSP. Please help. Free or cheap. 952-9149.

wanted: Old wooden wagon wheels, buck board, old store counter, oak ice box & any Western items for decorations. 882-2610 or 230-7708.

wanted: sheltey collie. 501-985-3076.

wanted: Family with 4 small boys in need of help with Christmas toys and clothing. ANYTHING would be greatly appreciated. Please call 612-0364 for more info.

wanted: cheap or free battery for a KYOCERA (blade) cell phone model KX424. Fixed income. 501-350-4988 Jacksonville area.

wanted: American Flyer and Lionel electric trains wanted for hobby, working or not, cash pay. Call 501-758-9741.


COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
for lease: Commercial Bldg. in Jacksonville. Great office/ Retail Bldg. 1400 sq. ft. 210 North 1st Street. $650 per month. $650 deposit. 2 year Lease. Call 982-9147 or 231-2790.


REAL ESTATE
*Be your own landlord* For Free report on How To Stop Renting visit www.DoneRentingNow.com or call: 1-800-504-9460 ID #2001 Blackwood Realty

*Divorce* What happens to your home before, during & after a divorce. www.DivorcedHomesSite.com or call 1-800-504-9460 ID # 2009 Blackwood Realty

house for sale: 3003 General Samuels, 3 BR, 2 full BA, eat-in kitchen, dining room & greatroom w/fireplace & wood floor, large yard w/ deck, $119,900 Call 501-416-7337 for more info.

cabot: new home sitting on 1 acre lot, 1302 sq. ft., 3 br. 2 ba, split bedrooms, vaulted ceilings, $113,000. Call 501-743-1210.

cabot: new home sitting on a 1 acre lot, 1256 sq. ft., 3 br, 2 ba, stainless steel appliances, split bedrooms and lots more.$110,000 Call 501-743-1210.


LOTS AND ACREAGE
vacant tree shaded Mobile Home lot in city of Jacksonville. (No Mobile Homes) All city utilities, water, sewage. Close to stores, churches & schools. $16,500. Call 993-3278.

RENTALS
in beebe: very nice, 2 Bedroom/ 2 Bath apartments. All utilities paid including basic cable. Washer & Dryer furnished. $675 month. Twin Lakes Apartments. Call Lisa at 278-0498 or 882-2882.

4 br, 1 ba in Jacksonville w/shed, washer/dryer and refrigerator furnished, $500 dep. No pets, no exceptions! 501-676-5348.

country living 1 acre, 3 BR, 1 BA, breezeway and 2 car garage, nice view, $650 mo., $650 dep.. 5405 Batesville Pike. 772-6264.

for rent: 116 Jaxon Street. 2 Bedroom House in Jacksonville with CH/AC 1 year lease required. $425 per month, plus $425 deposit. Call 982-9147 or 231-2790.

for lease -New- 2 & 3 Bedroom Duplex in Austin. All appliances furnished. Cabot School district. 2 Bedroom for $575 & 3 Bedroom for $650. Deposit required. Pets allowed with deposit. (501) 843-7023, (501) 941-8443.

jacksonville, exceptionally nice safe park security cameras, yard care, water & sewer, kitchen appliances furnished-2 bedroom, $425 and up, 3 Bedroom $500 and up, 1 bedroom furnished with utilities. Call (501) 982-5267.

rent: 365 Oak Ct. in Jacksonville, $525 mo., $525 dep., 3 br., 1 ba. Call 501-416-2077 or 501-988-9007.


Legal Notice
Legal Notice as published in the December 16th, 2006 Edition of The Leader.
ORDINANCE NO. 1288 (#21 - 06)
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR CREATION OF JMC §3.08.070; FOR THE ADOPTION OF A REVERSE INTERNET AUCTION OPTION FOR PURCHASE OF GOODS AND SERVICES; AND, FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
WHEREAS, Act 1957 of 2005, codified as ACA §14-58-303(c), provides that cities in Arkansas shall have the option to make purchases by participation in a reverse Internet auction;
WHEREAS, the Act requires that a city wishing to implement reverse Internet auctions must enact an ordinance authorizing same, noting that the Act forbids the use of reverse Internet auctions for purchases and contracts for construction projects and materials; and,
WHEREAS, Jacksonville officials believe that the use of Internet reverse auctions will result in significant savings in the expenditure of public funds and is in the public interest.
NOW , THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED AND ENACTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS:
SECTION ONE: JMC §3.08.070 is hereby created and shall read as follows:
JMC §3.08.071 Definitions
A. “Reverse Internet auction” means an Internet-based process in which bidders:
(1) Are given specifications for items and services being sought for purchase by a municipality;
(2) Bid against themselves in order to lower the price of the item or service to the lowest possible level; and
B. “Reverse Internet auction vendor” means an Internet-based entity that hosts a reverse Internet auction.
JMC §3.08.072 Bidders shall be provided instructions and individually secured passwords for access to the reverse Internet auction by the City or the reverse Internet auction vendor. Any reverse Internet auction shall be held at a specified date and time. The bidding process shall be timed, and the time shall be part of the reverse Internet auction specifications and instructions.
JMC §3.08.073 The reverse Internet auction and bidding process shall be interactive, with each bidder able to make multiple bids during the allotted time. Each bidder shall be continually signaled his or her relative position in the bidding process in some manner.
JMC §3.08.074 Bidders shall remain anonymous and shall not have access to other bidders, bids, or bidding information so as to create any unfair competitive advantage.
JMC §3.08.075 A reverse Internet auction as contemplated by this Code shall not be used for purchases and contracts for construction projects and materials.
JMC §3.08.076 A fee may be included as part of the bids received during the reverse Internet auction and shall be paid by the winning bidder or paid separately by the City.
JMC §3.08.077 The City Council or its designated representative shall have access to real-time data including all bids, bidders, and bid amounts.
ORDINANCE NO. 1288 (#21 – 06)
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JMC §3.08.078 The City has the right to refuse any and all bids made during the reverse Internet auction. The right to begin the reverse Internet auction process anew is reserved if the City or its designated representative determines it is in the best interest of the City to do so.
JMC §3.08.079 All powers and duties assigned to the City in this Code are hereby delegated and shall be executed by the Mayor or his authorized and designated representative, except as otherwise determined by separate motion or resolution approved by a majority vote of the City Council.
SECTION TWO: All Ordinances or parts of Ordinances and Resolutions in conflict herewith are hereby repealed to the extent of said conflict.
SECTION THREE: This Ordinance shall take effect from and after its date of passage pursuant to and by applicable law.
APPROVED AND ADOPTED THIS __3rd _ DAY OF AUGUST, 2006.
CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS
TOMMY SWAIM, MAYOR
ATTEST: SUSAN DAVITT, CITY CLERK
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
ROBERT E. BAMBURG, CITY ATTORNEY

Legal Notice
Legal Notice as published in the December 16th, 2006 Edition of The Leader.
ORDINANCE NO. 1289 (#22 - 06)
AN ORDINANCE WAIVING COMPETITIVE BIDDING BY THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS, FOR THE PURPOSE OF PURCHASING NEW RESUSCITATION SYSTEMS FOR THE JACKSONVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT’S FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICES; DECLARING AN EMERGENCY; AND, FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
WHEREAS, the Jacksonville Fire Department’s Fire and Rescue Services’ cardiac monitor/defibrillators are over ten (10) years old and in need of replacement;
WHEREAS, the Jacksonville Fire Department has field tested and evaluated several units and believe that the Zoll E-Series and AutoPulse Non-invasive Cardiac Support Pump Resuscitation System is best suited for the current and future needs of the Department; and,
WHEREAS, Zoll Medical Corporation of Chelmsord, Massachusetts is the only company that manufactures and markets the Zoll E-Series and AutoPulse Resuscitation System.
BE IT ORDAINED AND ENACTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS:
SECTION ONE: Competitive bidding for the purpose of purchasing new Cardiac Resuscitation Systems for the Jacksonville Fire Department would be costly, non-productive, and time consuming, making said competitive bidding unfeasible and impractical.
SECTION TWO: Pursuant to ACA §14-58-383, competitive bidding is hereby waived for the purpose of purchasing the Zoll E series Physio-Control Lifepak 12, the Welch-Allen PIC 50, and AutoPulse Non-invasive Cardiac Support Pump Resuscitation System for the Jacksonville Fire Department’s Fire and Rescue Services. Authorization is hereby given to the Mayor and/or his designated representative to execute necessary documents with Zoll Medical Corporation of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, for the purchase of said equipment. It is anticipated that the equipment as specified on the attached, will be provided for a total cost not to exceed Seventy Thousand Eighty-one and 55/100 Dollars ($70,081.55), plus any applicable taxes and shipping costs due.
SECTION THREE: All Ordinances, parts of Ordinances, or previous actions taken by said Council in conflict herewith are hereby repealed to the extent of such conflict.
SECTION FOUR: To provide more effectively for the health, safety, and comfort of our citizens and in the operation of our Fire Department’s Fire and Rescue Services, an emergency is hereby declared to exist. This Ordinance shall take effect immediately upon passage and publication, as provided by and subject to the requirements of applicable law.
APPROVED AND ADOPTED THIS ___3rd___ DAY OF AUGUST, 2006.
CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS
TOMMY SWAIM, MAYOR
ATTEST: SUSAN DAVITT, CITY CLERK
APPROVED AS TO FORM: ROBERT E. BAMBURG, CITY ATTORNEY

Legal Notice
Legal Notice as published in the December 16th, 2006 Edition of The Leader.
ORDINANCE NO. 1290 (#23 - 06)
AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING AND CONFIRMING ANNEXATION OF CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY INTO THE CITY LIMITS OF JACKSONVILLE (COMMONLY REFERRED TO AS THE STONERIDGE SUBDIVISION); AND, FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
WHEREAS, through Resolution No. 591 (#4 - 06), the Jacksonville City Council urged the submission and approval of a Petition for Annexation of various real property bordering part of the West boundary of the City limits of Jacksonville, commonly referred to as Stoneridge Subdivision; and,
WHEREAS, said Petition for Annexation was filed, Public Notice was duly published, and a Public Hearing was held on July 6, 2006. Subsequently, County Judge Floyd G. Villines III entered an Order of Annexation for the real property described below into the City of Jacksonville. Under statute, the City Council must now confirm and accept said Annexation action by Judge Villines.
NOW , THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED AND ENACTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS:
SECTION ONE: The following described property is hereby annexed and accepted into the City of Jacksonville, Arkansas: Property located in the Stoneridge Subdivision, more particularly described as follows:
The Southeast Quarter (SE 1/4) of Section 22, T-3-N, R-11-W, Pulaski County, Arkansas containing 160 acres, more or less.
[True and correct renderings of said property reflecting all areas affected by said Annexation are attached hereto and made a part hereof.]
SECTION TWO: The City hereby declares its intention to extend City utility services to said areas within a reasonable time frame. Portions of the area involved are currently under plans to have water and sewer main lines constructed through the area, and the area will now be served by the Police, Fire, and Emergency Services Departments. Sanitation services and other City services are to be extended within a reasonable time frame as service expansion allows.
SECTION THREE: All Ordinances or parts of Ordinances and Resolutions in conflict herewith are hereby repealed to the extent of said conflict.
SECTION FOUR: This Ordinance shall take effect from and after its date of passage pursuant to and by applicable law.
APPROVED AND ADOPTED THIS ___7th__ DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 2006.
CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS
TOMMY SWAIM, MAYOR
ATTEST: SUSAN DAVITT, CITY CLERK
APPROVED AS TO FORM: ROBERT E. BAMBURG, CITY ATTORNEY

Legal Notice
Legal Notice as published in the December 16th, 2006 Edition of The Leader.
ORDINANCE NO. 1291 (#24 - 06)
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING CREATION OF JMC §3.10; FOR THE ADOPTION OF AN INVESTMENT POLICY FOR THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS; AND, FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
WHEREAS, the City of Jacksonville’s recent audit report recommended adoption of a formal policy regarding investment of operating funds so as to maximize interest earnings while meeting all requirements to preserve the safety of the principal and provide adequate cash flow.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED AND ENACTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS, THAT:
SECTION ONE: Jacksonville Municipal Code §3.10.010 is hereby created and shall include the following:
JMC § 3.10.010 PURPOSE AND SCOPE
The purpose of the City of Jacksonville’s Investment Policy is to provide guidelines for investment of City of Jacksonville operating funds to preserve the safety of principal, to maintain adequate cash flow, and to maximize interest earnings. This Policy applies to the investment of City of Jacksonville operating funds not needed for immediate expenditures. This Policy does not govern the investment of employee retirement or pension funds or proceeds of bond issues.
SECTION TWO: Jacksonville Municipal Code § 3.10.020 is hereby created and shall include the following:
JMC § 3.10.020 STANDARDS/OBJECTIVES
A. Investments will be made within the constraints of applicable state laws and this Policy, taking into consideration liquidity needs of the City. Investment decisions will be made with judgment and care, under circumstances then prevailing, which persons of prudence, discretion, and intelligence would so exercise in the management of their own affairs, not for speculation but for investment, considering the probable safety of their capital as well as the probable income to be derived.
B.Investment of the funds of the City of Jacksonville shall be directed to the primary objective of safety of principal; the secondary objective shall be maintaining adequate cash flow; and, the final objective shall be maximizing investment yield.
C.Except for cash in certain restricted and special funds, the City may consolidate moneys from individual funds to maximize interest earnings. Investment income will be allocated to the various funds based on each fund’s participation.
SECTION THREE: Jacksonville Municipal Code § 3.10.030 is hereby created and shall include the following:
JMC § 3.10.030 DEFINITIONS
Accrued Interest - The accumulated interest due on a bond as of the last interest payment made by the issuer.
Agency - A debt security issued by a federal or federally sponsored agency. Federal agencies are backed by the full faith and credit of the U.S. Government. Federally sponsored agencies (FSA) are backed by each particular agency with a market perception that there is an implicit government guarantee. An example of
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a federal agency is the Government National Mortgage Association (GNMA). An example of a FSA is the Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA).
Collateralization - Process by which a borrower pledges securities, property, or other deposits for the purpose of securing the repayment of a loan and/or security.
Credit Risk - The risk to an investor that an issuer will default in the payment of interest and/or principal on a security.
Delivery Versus Payment (DVP) - A type of securities transaction in which the purchaser pays for the securities when they are delivered either to the purchaser or his/her custodian.
Fair Value - The amount at which an investment could be exchanged in a current transaction between willing parties, other than in a forced or liquidation sale.
Federal Funds (Fed Funds) - Funds placed in Federal Reserve banks by depository institutions in excess of current reserve requirements. These depository institutions may lend fed funds to each other overnight or on a longer basis. They may also transfer funds among each other on a same-day basis through the Federal Reserve banking system. Fed funds are considered to be immediately available funds.
Federal Funds Rate - Interest rate charged by one institution lending federal funds to the other.
Government Securities - An obligation of the U.S. government, backed by the full faith and credit of the government. These securities are regarded as the highest quality of investment securities available in the U.S. securities market. See “Treasury Bills, Notes, and Bonds.”
Interest Rate Risk - The risk associated with declines or rises in interest rates which cause an investment in a fixed-income security to increase or decrease in value.
Investment Company Act of 1940- Federal legislation which sets the standards by which investment companies, such as mutual funds, are regulated in the areas of advertising, promotion, performance reporting requirements, and securities valuations.
Investment Policy - A concise and clear statement of the objectives and parameters formulated by an investor or investment manager for a portfolio of investment securities.
Liquidity - An asset that can be converted easily and quickly into cash.
Market Risk - The risk that the value of a security will rise or decline as a result of changes in market conditions.
Market Value - Current market price of a security.
Maturity - The date on which payment of a financial obligation is due. The final stated maturity is the date on which the issuer must retire a bond and pay the face value to the bondholder. See “Weighted Average Maturity.”
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Money Market Mutual Fund - Mutual funds that invest solely in money market instruments (short-term debt instruments, such as Treasury bills, commercial paper, bankers’ acceptances, repos and federal funds).
Mutual Fund - An investment company that pools money and can invest in a variety of securities, including fixed-income securities and money market instruments. Mutual funds are regulated by the Investment Company Act of 1940 and must abide by the following Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) disclosure guidelines:
1. Report standardized performance calculations;
2. Disseminate timely and accurate information regarding a fund’s holdings, performance, management and general investment Policy;
3. Have the fund’s investment policies and activities supervised by a board of trustees, which are independent of the adviser, administrator or other vendor of the fund;
4. Maintain the daily liquidity of the fund’s shares;
5. Value their portfolios on a daily basis;
6. Have all individuals who sell SEC-registered products licensed with a self-regulating organization (SRO) such as the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD); and,
7. Have an investment policy governed by a prospectus, which is updated and filed with the SEC annually.
Principal - The face value or par value of a debt instrument, and may also refer to the amount of capital invested in a given security.
Prudent Person Rule - An investment standard outlining the fiduciary responsibilities of public funds investors relating to investment practices.
Repurchase Agreement (repo or RP) - An agreement of a party to sell securities at a specified price to a second party and a simultaneous agreement of the first party to repurchase the securities at a specified price or at a specified later date.
Reverse Repurchase Agreement (Reverse Repo) - An agreement of one party to purchase securities at a specified price from a second party and a simultaneous agreement by the first party to resell the securities at a specified price to the second party on demand or at a specified date.
Rule 2a-7 of the Investment Company Act - Applies to all money market mutual funds and mandates such funds to maintain certain standards, including a Thirteen (13) month maturity limit and a Ninety (90) day average maturity on investments, to help maintain a constant net asset value of One Dollar ($1.00).
Safekeeping - Holding of assets (e.g., securities) by a financial institution.
Treasury Bills - Short-term U.S. government non-interest bearing debt securities with maturities of no longer than One year and issued in minimum denominations of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00). Auctions of Three (3) and Six (6) month
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Bills are weekly, while auctions of One year bills are monthly. The yields on these bills are monitored closely in the money markets for signs of interest rate trends.
Treasury Notes - Intermediate U.S. government debt securities with maturities of One (1) to Ten (10) years and issued in denominations ranging from One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) to One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00) or more.
Treasury Bonds - Long-term U.S. government debt securities with maturities of Ten (10) years or longer and issued in minimum denominations of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00).
SECTION FOUR: Jacksonville Municipal Code § 3.10.040 is hereby created and shall include the following:
JMC § 3.10.040 DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY/RESPONSIBILITY
A. Management of the investment of City funds regulated by this Policy shall be the responsibility of the Mayor, the City Clerk/Treasurer, and the Finance Director. The Mayor, City Clerk/Treasurer, and/or the Finance Director may delegate authority for investment transactions. The Mayor, City Clerk/Treasurer, and/or the Finance Director may, by proper procurement procedures, contract for the services of an asset manager, an investment advisor, or other expert advisor(s) to invest all or a portion of the City funds regulated by this Policy.
B. The Mayor, City Clerk/Treasurer, and the Finance Director and their designees are authorized to: open and close accounts with financial institutions in the name of the City; make wire transfers of funds for the City; make deposits of funds for the City; execute collateral, depository, and investment agreements for the City; and, take any other such actions needed to carry out their responsibilities for the depositing and investing of the City’s funds as authorized by statutes and this Policy.
C. The Mayor, the City Clerk/Treasurer, the Finance Director, and other City employees assigned to manage the investment portfolio, acting within the intent and scope of this Investment Policy, shall be relieved of personal responsibility for an individual security’s credit risk or market risk. Officers and employees involved in the investment process shall refrain from personal business activities that conflict with proper execution of the investment program or impair their ability to make impartial investment decisions.
D. The Mayor, City Clerk/Treasurer, and the Finance Director shall establish operating procedures to implement this Investment Policy.
SECTION FIVE: Jacksonville Municipal Code § 3.10.050 is hereby created and shall include the following:
JMC § 3.10.050 AUTHORIZED INVESTMENTS
A. The City will invest only in book entry securities.
B. The City may, without limitation, invest in the following instruments, provided, however, that at no time shall assets of the City be invested in any instrument or security not authorized for investment by ACA § 14-58-309, ACA § 23-47-401, or by ACA § 19-8-301 et. seq., as they may from time to time be amended:
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1. Direct obligations of the United States Government;
2. Obligations the principal and interest of which are fully secured, insured, or covered by commitments or agreements to purchase by the United States Government or an agency or instrumentality created by an act of the United States Congress and authorized thereby to issue such commitments or agreements;
3. Obligations the principal and interest of which are fully secured, insured, or covered by commitments or agreements to purchase by the United States Government or an agency or instrumentality created by an act of the United States Congress and authorized thereby to issue such commitments or agreements;
4. Pre-refunded municipal bonds, the principal and interest of which are fully secured by the principal and interest of a direct obligation of the United States Government;
5. Certificates of deposit with banks authorized by State law to receive deposits of public funds;
6. Repurchase agreements that are fully collateralized by direct obligations of the United States Government, provided that any such repurchase agreement shall provide for the taking of delivery of such collateral directly or through an authorized custodian;
7. Securities of, or other interest in, any open-end type investment company or investment trust registered under the Investment Company Act of 1940, and which is defined as a “money market fund” under 17 CFR 270.2a-7, provided that the portfolio of such investment company or investment trust is limited principally to United States Government obligations and, provided further that any such investment company or investment trust shall take delivery of such collateral either directly or through an authorized custodian; and,
8. Local Government Trusts
C. Other Provisions
1. Any Arkansas state legislative action that provides for additional investment vehicles or further restricts investment vehicles will be incorporated into the City’s Investment Policy and will supersede any previous language.
2. The City will be allowed to hold to maturity any investments existing at the time of enactment of this Policy. Reinvestment of such funds will be in accordance with this Policy.
3. The Mayor and the Finance Director may set additional limitations on the parameters for various types and concentration of investments. Operating procedures will define requirements to implement this Policy.
SECTION SIX: Jacksonville Municipal Code § 3.10.060 is hereby created and shall include the following:
JMC § 3.10.060 INVESTMENTS NOT AUTHORIZED
The following investment vehicles, though authorized by ACA § 14-58-309, are not considered suitable investments for City funds:
A. Warrants of political subdivision of the State of Arkansas and municipalities thereof having maturities not exceeding One (1) year;
B. The sale of federal funds with a maturity of not more than One (1) business day;
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C. Industrial development bonds for corporate obligors issued through any state of the United States or any political subdivision thereof;
D. Revenue bond issues of any state of the United States or any municipality or any political subdivision thereof;
E. Securities or other interests issued, assumed or guaranteed by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the Inter-American Development Bank, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the Asian Development Bank or the African Development Bank; or,
F. Uninsured demand, savings, or time deposits or accounts of any depository institution chartered by the United States, any state of the United States, or the District of Columbia.
SECTION SEVEN: Jacksonville Municipal Code § 3.10.070 is hereby created and shall include the following:
JMC § 3.10.070 INVESTMENT PARAMETERS
A.Diversification
City investments regulated by this Policy shall be diversified by:
1. Limiting investments to avoid over concentration in securities from a specific issuer to Five Percent (5%) of the cost basis of the City’s portfolio at the time of purchase, a limit of Fifteen Percent (15%) of the cost basis of the City’s portfolio will apply to each business sector as defined by any recognized rating agency (excluding US Treasury securities and collateralized certificates of deposit);
2. Investing in securities with varying maturities; and,
3. Continuously investing a portion of the portfolio in readily available funds to ensure that appropriate liquidity is maintained.
B.Maximum Maturities
The City will attempt to match investment maturities with cash flow requirements and will utilize investments in readily available funds, when needed, to meet ongoing obligations. The City anticipates a range of maturities of Ninety (90) days to Five (5) years. The City will invest in securities maturing more than five years from the date of purchase only when the funds are easily defined to be used after Five (5) years.
SECTION EIGHT: Jacksonville Municipal Code § 3.10.080 is hereby created and shall include the following:
JMC § 3.10.080 SAFEKEEPING/COLLATERALIZATION
A. Investment of City funds, including cash held for investment, managed under contract of services by an asset manager, investment advisor, or other expert advisor(s) will be placed with a third party custodian approved by the City. All trades, where applicable, will be executed by Delivery vs. Payment to ensure that securities are deposited in an eligible financial institution prior to the release of funds.
B. The custodian will make reports as requested by the City or advisor(s) and will be accountable for the assets held by the custodian for the City’s account.
C. Collateralization will be maintained as required by State law and procedures established by the City. Demand deposits, time deposits, repurchase agreements, and any other investments requiring collateralization shall be
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Collateralized at a level of One Hundred Two Percent (102 %) of the market value of principal and accrued interest, less the amount insured by the FDIC.
SECTION NINE: All Ordinances or parts of Ordinances and Resolutions in conflict herewith are hereby repealed to the extent of said conflict.
SECTION TEN: This Ordinance shall take effect from and after its date of passage pursuant to and by applicable law.
APPROVED AND ADOPTED THIS ___7th___ DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 2006.
CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS
TOMMY SWAIM, MAYOR
ATTEST: SUSAN DAVITT, CITY CLERK
APPROVED AS TO FORM: ROBERT E. BAMBURG, CITY ATTORNEY

Legal Notice
Legal Notice as published in the December 16th, 2006 Edition of The Leader.
ORDINANCE NO. 1292 (#25 - 06)
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING JACKSONVILLE MUNICIPAL CODE § 9.38.030 (FALSE ALARMS - NUISANCE); AND, FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
WHEREAS, the City of Jacksonville, Arkansas (the “City”), as a city of the first class, has endured an excessive number of false alarms from residential and business alarm systems; and,
WHEREAS, because of additional uncontrollable circumstances, the City Council has determined that it would be in the best interests to allow additional exceptions to the imposition of certain fees for alarm systems which malfunction and sometimes require unneeded emergency services responses.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS, THAT:
SECTION ONE: Jacksonville Municipal Code § 9.38.030 is hereby modified and shall read as follows:
JMC § 9.38.030 DEFINITIONS.
False Alarms -- An alarm signal eliciting a response by the Police or Fire Department when a situation requiring a response by the Police or Fire Department does not in fact exist.
False alarms shall not include an alarm signal caused by violent conditions of nature or other extraordinary circumstances not reasonably subject to control by the alarm business operator or alarm user. Alarms resulting from the following conditions will not be considered false alarms: criminal activity or unauthorized entry into a structure, building, or property; an alarm caused on the reasonable but mistaken belief that a burglary, robbery, or other criminal offense, fire emergency, or medical emergency is in progress; telephone line/communication transfer line malfunction verified in writing to the City by a first-line company supervisor; alarm equipment malfunction during installation and/or service rehabilitation as verified in writing by the alarm service/monitoring company; and, electrical service interruption verified in writing by the local power company.
Resident(s) or business(es) installing a new system or making substantial modification to an existing alarm system shall be entitled to a grace period during which alarms generated by the new or improved system shall not be deemed false alarms. Written verification of such installation/modification is required from the alarm service/installer. Such a grace period shall last no longer than fifteen (15) days after installation of or modification to an alarm system.
Exceptions will also be made for circumstances when communication from the property owner/manager and/or the alarm monitoring service to the 911 Communications Center before dispatch of a responding unit(s) occurs clearly indicating that the alarm resulted from authorized entry, authorized system testing, or other non-criminal/non-emergency cause(s).
SECTION TWO: The provisions of this Ordinance are hereby declared to be severable. If any section, phrase, or provision shall be declared or held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect the remainder of the Ordinance.
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SECTION THREE: All Ordinances and parts of Ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed to the extent of said conflict.
SECTION FOUR: This Ordinance shall take effect from and after its date of passage pursuant to and by applicable law.
APPROVED THIS ___21st___ DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 2006.
CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS
BY: TOMMY SWAIM, MAYOR
ATTEST: SUSAN DAVITT, CITY CLERK
APPROVED AS TO FORM: ROBERT E. BAMBURG, CITY ATTORNEY

Legal Notice
Legal Notice as published in the December 16th, 2006 Edition of The Leader.
ORDINANCE NO. 1294 (#27- 06)
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING JMC §5.32 (WRECKER SERVICE REGULATIONS); AND, FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
WHEREAS, after study and review, City officials and business members have determined that new provisions are needed for towing and wrecker service regulations applicable in the City;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS, THAT:
SECTION ONE: Jacksonville Municipal Code § 5.32.010 is hereby amended and modified to include the following additions, deletions, and provisions:
JMC § 5.32.010 - Licensure Requirements.
Each towing/wrecker service wishing to receive requests for towing services from the Jacksonville 911 Communications Center must hold all appropriate licensure and insurance required by the City and the State of Arkansas for operation of such a service/business. Failure to conform to all of the applicable requirements and regulations will result in the removal of said business/person/entity from the call list(s) of approved towing service companies.
SECTION TWO: Jacksonville Municipal Code § 5.32.020 is hereby amended and modified to include the following additions, deletions, and provisions:
JMC § 5.32.020 - Service Requirements.
Each towing/wrecker service must provide Twenty-four (24) hour continuous service for the acceptance of vehicles and request for services. Storage facilities for said vehicles towed or received must be open a minimum of Five (5) business days per week for a minimum of Eight (8) hours per day, holidays excluded.
SECTION THREE: Jacksonville Municipal Code § 5.32.030 is hereby amended and modified to include the following additions, deletions, and provisions:
JMC § 5.32.030 - Equipment, Facility, and Records Requirements.
A) Each towing/wrecker service must have and maintain their wreckers in good and proper mechanical condition properly equipped and licensed as required by State regulations. This equipment shall include, but is not limited to, proper emergency lighting, visible from front and rear, a certified fire extinguisher, a radio or communicative device, and sufficient accessories, equipment, and tools to efficiently perform the required service(s).
B) Each towing/wrecker service must have and maintain a lighted and fully fenced storage area within the City limits of the City of Jacksonville or within a three (3) mile radius of the corporate limits. The lighted and fenced area must be designed and maintained in a manner adequate to prevent/deter theft or vandalism to vehicles or other property within its care and control. Further, the service must maintain an impound facility area for preservation of evidence needed in prosecution of criminal offenses investigated by the Jacksonville Police Department secure from entry by all unauthorized person(s).
C) Each towing/wrecker service must maintain adequate records of all vehicles towed at the request of the Jacksonville Police Department, with such records to include the date, time, location, make, model, license, and vehicle identification
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Number of any such towed vehicle. Such records shall be available for inspection and duplication by members of the Jacksonville Police Department during regular business hours.
SECTION FOUR: Jacksonville Municipal Code § 5.32.040 is hereby amended to include the following additions, deletions, and provisions:
JMC § 5.32.040 - Wrecker and Towing Availability
To maintain its position on the Call List(s) maintained by the City (through its 911 Communications Center), each towing/wrecker service must either make available within Fifteen (15) minutes of a call a suitable wrecker and operator at the scene as directed by City personnel. If a service fails to do so, it is responsible to immediately notify the 911 Communication Center of its unavailability for such a call. Failure to timely respond to more than Three (3) calls in a Three (3) month timeframe will result in removal of said service from the call list(s) utilized by the City as authorized in this Ordinance.
SECTION FIVE: Jacksonville Municipal Code § 5.32.050 is hereby amended to include the following additions, deletions, and provisions:
JMC § 5.32.050 - Notification Procedures.
Upon need of a towing/wrecker service response, the City’s 911 Communications Center shall notify the next towing/wrecker service qualified and registered with the City for towing services, providing the service with the location and other relevant information needed to properly prepare for the assistance required. No towing/wrecker service shall respond to the scene of an accident unless requested to do so by the 911 Communications Center or by the owner(s) or driver(s) of one of the disabled vehicle(s) involved. If a towing/wrecker service receives notification of an accident from a source other than the 911 Communications Center, the service should immediately notify the Communications Center of such an accident, its location, and abide by response instructions issued by the Center.
SECTION SIX: Jacksonville Municipal Code § 5.32.060 is hereby amended to include the following additions, deletions, and provisions:
JMC § 5.32.060 - Arrival Procedures.
Upon arrival at an accident or towing scene, the operator will stand by and await direction from the on-site officer for removal or work upon any vehicle in need of towing. The operator shall utilize the waiting period to obtain required information from the owner/driver of any vehicle in need of towing service and direction from the officer/employee on scene.
SECTION SEVEN: Jacksonville Municipal Code § 5.32.070 is hereby amended to include the following additions, deletions, and provisions:
JMC § 5.32.070 - Scene Procedures and Requirements.
All operators and towing/wrecker service employees will abide by all safety and traffic regulations while on the scene unless otherwise directed by a law enforcement officer. It shall further be the responsibility of every towing/wrecker service to remove or provide for the removal of all debris of an accident from the roadway before leaving the scene.
SECTION EIGHT: Jacksonville Municipal Code § 5.32.080 is hereby amended to include the following additions, deletions, and provisions:
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JMC § 5.32.080 - Service Charges.
All towing/wrecker services shall assess reasonable service charges and rates for any services performed or provided. Charges and rates will be reasonable as compared to rates and charges of other towing/wrecker services conducting business in the Central Arkansas area.
SECTION NINE: Jacksonville Municipal Code § 5.32.090 is hereby amended to include the following additions, deletions, and provisions:
JMC § 5.32.090 - Unclaimed Vehicles.
All towing/wrecker services shall comply with all applicable state laws for notice and disposal requirements of unclaimed vehicles remaining on their lot(s).
SECTION TEN: Jacksonville Municipal Code § 5.32.100 is hereby amended to include the following additions, deletions, and provisions:
JMC § 5.32.100 - Failure(s) to Comply or Respond.
A) If a towing/wrecker service fails to comply with any of the provisions of this Chapter, said towing/wrecker service shall be removed from the City’s Call List(s). If a towing/wrecker service fails to respond to more than Three (3) calls from City for towing services, whether for Police, Code Enforcement, or other needs, said service shall be removed from the Call List(s) maintained by the City.
B) No service removed from the Call List(s) shall be reinstated to said List(s) until a minimum of Three (3) months has expired and payment of a Reinstatement Fee of Fifty Dollars ($50.00) is received by the City.
C) If a towing/wrecker service is removed from the Call List(s) more than Three (3) times within a year’s timeframe, experiences repeated removals from the Call List(s), or repeatedly fails to comply with the provisions of this Ordinance, such a service shall be removed from the Call List(s) on a permanent basis and will not be eligible for reinstatement.
SECTION ELEVEN: All Ordinances and parts thereof in conflict herewith are hereby repealed to the extent of said conflict.
SECTION TWELVE: This Ordinance shall take effect upon passage and publication, as provided by and subject to the requirements of applicable law.
APPROVED AND ADOPTED THIS ___5th___ DAY OF OCTOBER, 2006.
CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS
TOMMY SWAIM, MAYOR
ATTEST: SUSAN DAVITT, CITY CLERK
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
ROBERT E. BAMBURG, CITY ATTORNEY

Legal Notice
Legal Notice as published in the December 16th, 2006 Edition of The Leader.
ORDINANCE NO. 1295 (#28 - 06)
AN ORDINANCE FOR THE PURPOSE OF LEVYING ONE (1) MILL, ONE (1) MILL, AND ONE (1) MILL AGAINST ALL PERSONAL PROPERTY WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS; FOR THE PURPOSE OF LEVYING ONE (1) MILL, ONE (1) MILL, AND ONE (1) MILL AGAINST ALL REAL PROPERTY WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS; FOR THE PURPOSE OF EFFECTING CERTIFICATION TO THE COUNTY CLERK OF PULASKI COUNTY OF THE TAX LEVIED; AND, FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 172, dated May 19, 1966, called for a Special Election to determine the question of levying a tax of one-half (1/2) mill on all real and personal property within the City for the purpose of establishing and funding the Firemen’s Relief and Pension Fund. An election was subsequently held, at which time the qualified electors of the City voted in favor of the tax to be collected with those taxes collected in the year 2007. Pursuant to an amendment to the Arkansas Constitution, the taxes were rolled back to the levy of three-tenths (3/10) mill. However, the qualified electors of Jacksonville voted in favor of an increase in said millage rate to one (1) mill during a June 8, 1995, Special Election, called by Ordinance No. 1041 of April 6, 1995;
WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 173, dated May 19, 1966, called for a Special Election to determine the question of levying a tax of one-half (1/2) mill on all real and personal property within the City for the purpose of establishing and funding the Policemen’s Pension and Relief Fund. An election was subsequently held, at which time the qualified electors of the City voted in favor of the tax to be collected with those taxes collected in the year 2007. Pursuant to an amendment to the Arkansas Constitution, the taxes were rolled back to the levy of three-tenth (3/10) mill. However, the qualified electors of Jacksonville voted in favor of an increase in said millage rate to one (1) mill during a June 8, 1995, Special Election, called for by Ordinance No. 1041 of April 6, 1995; and,
WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 1254, dated May 19, 2005, called for a Special Election to determine the question of levying a tax of one (1) mill on all real and personal property within the City for the acquisition, construction, and equipping of land and capital improvements for the City’s public library. An election was subsequently held, at which time the qualified electors of the City voted in favor of the tax to be collected with those taxes collected in the year 2007.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS, THAT:
SECTION ONE: A tax of one (1) mill on each dollar of assessed valuation of all real and personal property within the City be and hereby is levied by the City Council to be collected with those taxes collected in the year 2007 for the purpose of funding the Firemen’s Relief and Pension Fund.
SECTION TWO: A tax of one (1) mill on each dollar of assessed valuation of all real and personal property within the City be and hereby is levied by the City Council to be collected with those taxes collected in the year 2007 for the purpose of funding the Policemen’s Relief and Pension Fund.
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SECTION THREE: A tax of one (1) mill on each dollar of assessed valuation of all real and personal property within the City be and hereby is levied by the City Council to be collected with those taxes collected in the year 2007 for the purpose of funding the acquisition, construction, and equipping of land and capital improvements for the City’s public library.
SECTION FOUR: A certified copy of this Ordinance shall be delivered by the City Clerk of the City of Jacksonville, Arkansas, to the County Clerk of Pulaski County, Arkansas, whose duty it shall be to levy and collect taxes according to the terms of this Ordinance.
SECTION FIVE: All Ordinances or parts thereof in conflict herewith are hereby repealed to the extent of said conflict.
SECTION SIX: This Ordinance shall take effect immediately upon passage and publication, as provided by and subject to the requirements of applicable law.
APPROVED AND ADOPTED THIS _5th__ DAY OF OCTOBER, 2006.
CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS
TOMMY SWAIM, MAYOR
ATTEST: SUSAN DAVITT, CITY CLERK
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
ROBERT E. BAMBURG, CITY ATTORNEY

Legal Notice
Legal Notice as published in the December 16th, 2006 Edition of The Leader.
ORDINANCE NO. 1296 (#29 - 06)
AN ORDINANCE WAIVING COMPETITIVE BIDDING BY THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS, FOR THE PURPOSE OF OBTAINING JANITORIAL SERVICES FOR THE JACKSONVILLE COMMUNITY CENTER; AND, FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
WHEREAS, it is necessary to hire a janitorial service to provide cleaning and assistance at for cleaning the inside areas of the Jacksonville Community Center; and,
WHEREAS, Bio-Tech Services, of Jacksonville Arkansas, has submitted a reasonable proposal for completion of said services at a reasonable rate and within a timeframe that will not be intrusive to its patrons.
BE IT ORDAINED AND ENACTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS, THAT:
SECTION ONE: Competitive bidding for the purpose of hiring a janitorial service for cleaning the Jacksonville Community Center would be costly, non-productive, and time consuming, making said competitive bidding unfeasible and impractical.
SECTION TWO: Pursuant to ACA §14-58-383, competitive bidding is hereby waived for the purpose of hiring a janitorial service for the Jacksonville Community Center. Authorization is hereby given to the Mayor and/or his designated representative to execute necessary documents with Bio-Tech Services of Jacksonville, Arkansas, for janitorial services for the Jacksonville Community Center. It is anticipated that such janitorial services will be provided for an annual total cost not to exceed Twenty-eight Thousand Seven Hundred Fifty-four and 04/100 Dollars ($28,754.04).
SECTION THREE: All Ordinances, parts of Ordinances, or previous actions taken by said Council in conflict herewith are hereby repealed to the extent of such conflict.
SECTION FOUR: This Ordinance shall take effect immediately upon passage and publication, as provided by and subject to the requirements of applicable law.
APPROVED AND ADOPTED THIS ____19th_____ DAY OF OCTOBER, 2006.
CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS
TOMMY SWAIM, MAYOR
ATTEST: SUSAN DAVITT, CITY CLERK
APPROVED AS TO FORM: ROBERT E. BAMBURG, CITY ATTORNEY

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Legal Notice as published in the December 16th, 2006 Edition of The Leader.
ORDINANCE NO. 1297 (#30 - 06)
AN ORDINANCE CREATING AND CERTIFYING TAX LIENS AGAINST REAL PROPERTIES AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS WITHIN THE CITY FOR BALANCES DUE FROM SERVICES RENDERED BY AND/OR ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS; AND, FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
WHEREAS, due to violations of various municipal codes, the City of Jacksonville has expended funds for services rendered and/or performed by and/or on behalf of the City of Jacksonville for certain work on real properties located within the City limits to remove/modify various non-compliant conditions. A list of said property owners, parcel numbers, property addresses, and amounts owed are attached hereto as Exhibit A;
WHEREAS, despite extensive notice and demand, said property owners have not paid the amounts due the City for services rendered and/or performed as detailed on the attached Exhibit A; and,
WHEREAS, pursuant to Arkansas law, tax liens should be created and certified for these real properties and record property owners listed on the attached Exhibit A. Further, the lien amounts should be certified for inclusion in the annual real estate tax statements prepared by the Pulaski County Treasurer’s Office.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS:
SECTION ONE: In accordance with the authority granted under ACA §14-54-904, the Jacksonville City Council hereby authorizes the Mayor and/or the City Clerk to certify the list of real properties and record property owners, and amounts due included on the attached Exhibit A to the Pulaski County Treasurer’s Office for inclusion as tax liens on the annual real property tax statements for 2006.
SECTION TWO: Should any part(s) of this Ordinance be declared invalid for any reason, no other part(s) of the Ordinance shall be affected thereby.
SECTION THREE: All Ordinances or parts of Ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed to the extent of such conflict.
SECTION FOUR: This Ordinance shall take effect immediately upon passage and publication, as provided by and subject to the requirements of applicable law.
APPROVED AND ADOPTED THIS __16th______ DAY OF NOVEMBER, 2006.
CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS
TOMMY SWAIM, MAYOR
ATTEST: SUSAN DAVITT, CITY CLERK
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
ROBERT E. BAMBURG, CITY ATTORNEY