Reported by: Cecillea Pond-Mayo, KARK 4 News
Tuesday, Aug 12, 2008 @04:00pm CST
Leaders in Helena-West Helena have come up with a new plan after criticism by the ACLU of the mayor's recent curfew on a particular part of town.
This past weekend, Mayor James Valley issued a mandatory curfew for Second Street and the surrounding blocks -- a place he considers to be a "hot spot" for crime.
The curfew applied to anyone of any age at any time of day.
On Tuesday, city leaders devised a plan that divides Helena-West Helena into six zones for better population control.