Monthly Archives: April 2019

Erosion Still Threatens Train Derailment at Kensett Elementary School

How does the People like Mayor Allen Edge now?

This Photo Taken Sunday, March 7, 2019

MARCH 7 2019 EROSION THREATENING TRAIN DERAILMENT

This Photo Was Also Taken Sunday, March 7, 2019

MARCH 7 2019 EROSION STILL THREATENS TRAIN DERAILMENT

Compare These Photos Taken 7 Months Ago
September 27, 2018

SEPTEMBER 27 2018 EROSION THREATENS TRAIN DERAILMENT

SEPTEMBER 27 2018 2ND PHOTO EROSION THREATENS TRAIN DERAILMENT

You may not be able to see the subtle differences in the photos but the then and now differences are extensive. Union Pacific has not done a damn thing toward replacing this train track culvert for the safety of the Kensett Elementary School.

Union Pacific threaten me with with trespass and arrest by Union Pacific Police because I was pressing the issue of the threat of a train derailment at Kensett Elementary School in compliance with 49 U.S. Code § 20101 TRANSPORTATION / RAILROAD PROGRAMS / SAFETY / PURPOSE: “The purpose of this chapter is to promote safety in every area of railroad operations and reduce railroad-related accidents and incidents.” when I was campaigning for Mayor of Kensett I did the right by reporting a threat of erosion with the potention of causing a train derailment.  I damn near got arrested for it. And Union Pacific has not done anything about this train crossing culvert? That’s criminal negligence in my opinion.

And Mayor Allen has not done a damn thing about it either. Does he not have any pull or influence with federal authorities? Or is it because he does not give a damn about Kensett’s Elementary children and teachers?

I have emailed the Chief Council and Public Affairs of the Federal Railroad Administration, and Brandon D. Morris, President of Union Pacific Railroad to resurrect my complaint from the U.S. Code link above.

The Golden Rule is the Reciprocity of Ethics for federal, state, county, and local government employees. This raises the question on whether the President of Union Pacific Railroad and the Federal Railroad Administration have any ethics at all about the safety and lives of Kensett elementary children, their teachers, parents, and Arkansas citizens in general.