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This Week at REC!

Week of June 29, 2015

 

Crew Work Areas

* New Construction:
Fairland area

 

* Pole Change outs:

N/A

 

* Facility Retirements:

Bluejacket area

 

* Right-of-Way:
Running service requests in multiple areas; Colcord, south of Jay, Mazie, Chelsea and south of Grove areas

 

* Service Increase:

N/A


* System Maintenance:
Pyramid Corners area

 

* Contract Crews:

N/A

 


Member Billing

Cycle 1 bills will be prepared July 6

 

Cycle 2 bills will be prepared July 13

 

Cycle 3 bills will be prepared July 20

 

Cycle 4 bills will be prepared July 27

 

 

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

Make sure your fireplace dampers are sealed tight for the summer to limit cooled air loss.

 

Find more ways to save at TogetherWeSave.com.

 

 

Safety Tip

All of these items pose a potential risk when used near power lines: ladders, antennas, boat sail masts, fishing poles, pool cleaning poles, and kites. Please look up and stay AT LEAST 10 feet from any overhead line.

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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.

offices closed

Our offices will be closed Friday, July 3.  If you experience a power outage, please call 800-256-6405 to report your outage.  Crews will be available to restore power. 

 

Enjoy a fun and safe Independence Day!

 

scam alert!

A member called concerned they were a target of a scam.  A caller left a message stating they were from Northeast Oklahoma Electric.  The call concerned a problem with a bill and requested a return call as soon as possible.  The number left for the return call was in the 603 area code.  The member was right to call us.  This was a scam!


Please be alert to these attempts to steal your money.  We will never have you call a number other than 800-256-6405 or 918-256-6405.  If you answer a call and question whether it is a representative of Northeast, HANG UP immediately and call us at 800-256-6405.  Even if you do accidentally hang up on us, we will understand.  We do not want you to be a victim of this crime and want you to take precautions to keep your money safe.


These criminals are very convincing and very pushy.  They often threaten your service will be disconnected immediately if you do not give in to their demands.  Please share this message with your family, friends, and neighbors, and stress this message with those that may be vulnerable.

 

Safety during & after storms

No one knows electrical safety better than the experts who practice it every single day. Northeast Oklahoma Electric Cooperative encourages you to practice safety with these reminders – for during and after a summer storm:
Avoid wires and water — When lightning strikes a home during a storm, the electrical charge can surge through pipes and utility wires. That means you can get zapped if you’re touching water or any device that’s plugged in, whether it’s a landline phone or toaster.
Skip the makeshift shelter — During a storm, it's tempting to take cover under a picnic gazebo or golf cart, but in open-sided structures with no conductors to channel strikes, a bolt's path of least resistance to the ground could be you. On top of that, these structures raise your risk of a lightning strike because of their height. Keep moving toward suitable shelter.

To read the rest of this article, <<CLICK HERE>>.

 

returned capital credit checks 2014

A new list of returned capital credit checks is available here for last names beginning with A - M. Checks were mailed in September 2014, 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.

 

 

Our Energy Our Future LogoElectric cooperatives face an ever-changing legislative landscape.  Changes in requirements always have the opportunity to impact our membership.  To learn more about the concerns, needs, and issues facing electric cooperatives throughout the United States, visit www.ourenergy.coop

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