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Week of December 28, 2015

 

Crew Work Areas

* New Construction:
Gray, Pensacola, and Ketchum areas

 

* Pole Change outs:

Gray, Pensacola, and Ketchum areas

 

* Facility Retirements:

N/A

 

* Right-of-Way:
Running service requests in multiple areas; maintenance west of Fairland, east of Maimi, and northeast of Sailboat bridge

 

* Service Increase:

N/A


* System Maintenance:
Gray, Pensacola, and Ketchum areas

 

* Contract Crews:

N/A

 


Member Billing

Cycle 1 bills will be prepared January 5

 

Cycle 2 bills will be prepared January 12

 

Cycle 3 bills will be prepared January 19

 

Cycle 4 bills will be prepared January 26

 

 

Co-op Sponsored Events

Tune in to FM KGVE 99.3 each Saturday morning from 9:05 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. to hear Doug Rye’s “Home Remedies” show.

 

 

Connect Card Deals

Doggie-Do Grooming & Boarding; Grove, OK; 918-786-7034; 10% off boarding services.

 

Extreme Sports, Inc.; 5203 Rangeline Rd., Joplin, MO; www.extremesportsscuba.com; 15% off scuba equipment.

 

 

Energy Tip

Periodically inspect your dryer vent to ensure it is not blocked. This will save energy and may prevent a fire. Manufacturers recommend using rigid venting material – not plastic vents that may collapse and cause blockages. Source: energy.gov

 

Find more ways to save at TogetherWeSave.com.

 

 

Safety Tip

Bulb wattage matters! Light bulbs with wattages that are too high for the light fixture can overheat the fixture, causing a fire hazard. (ESFI)

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Welcome to REC

Hello and welcome to Northeast Oklahoma Electric Cooperative on-line! Whether you are speaking to us by phone, in person at either one of our office locations, or visiting us on-line, we hope our proud tradition of service shines through. Serving the needs of our membership is, and always has been, our number one priority. Thank you for your continued patronage.

keep colder weather from increasing your bill

It didn’t take long for summer’s heat to give way to brisk mornings this year. Frigid temperatures can cause heating systems to work over time, and since heating and cooling can make up nearly half of your electric bill, you may experience sticker shock when you open that bill. Instead of waiting until after a potentially high bill is in your mailbox, be proactive. There are things you can do now to help ensure you are managing your energy use and spending less.
These simple steps can help you manage your use:
*Wrap exposed pipes and water heaters that are in unconditioned spaces.
Change your air filter once a month.
*Keep drapes closed at night and keep those that don’t get direct sunlight closed during the day
*Keep the fireplace damper closed when it is not in use. Keeping it open can bring cold air into the room.
*Caulk around the fireplace hearth, and caulk or weather strip around doors and windows.
*Log on to your Northeast Oklahoma Electric account to keep up with your use. If we’ve had a few days of frigid temperatures, see how you can try to save on days that are milder.
*Dress for the weather, even if you are inside. Wearing proper clothing like long sleeves and pants, or wrapping up in a cozy blanket will help combat the temptation of bumping up the thermostat.


returned capital credit checks 2015

A full list of returned capital credit checks is available here. Checks were mailed in September 2015, but returned for insufficient or out-of-date addresses. Please view the names and if your name appears on the list, please call the cooperative at 800-256-6405 x 9313 to claim your money.

 

<<Click here to view the list>>

 

statement of nondiscrimination

This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. <<Click here>> to read the full nondiscrimination statement.

 

 

Saving Energy

Saving energy is important to all of us.  It not only reduces energy bills, but ecologically it is the right thing to do.  To find information and simple tips to increase your energy savings, visit the following websites:  www.energystar.gov; www.energy.gov; and www.energysavers.gov.

 

 

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