Collinsville, Oklahoma
April 12, 2009
Miscellaneous News

Middle School Cooling Fix /
Broadway Asphalt Added /
Downtown Inc Office

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Exchanging Heat Exchangers
The heat transfer unit of the Middle School cooling tower (between the band room and the Library) was replaced using a crane Thursday morning April 9, 2009. The old unit was damaged back in December 2008 when electricity was lost to the heat pan and temperatures dropped below freezing. The new unit will have glycol added to help prevent a repeat of that double failure situation. The bright shiny one still on the trailer is the new unit and the old discolored unit is airborn above.
East Broadway Asphalt
The asphalt has been applied to the Broadway extention that now reaches "Old Hwy 169" just east of Kent's car lot (which is now reached from Broadway instead of Main St.). These photos were taken Saturday April 11, 2009 and the striping and cleanup work was not yet completed so access is still limited.
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New CDI Office Progress
The new office being restored by Collinsville Downtown. Inc., is one step closer to occupancy with a colored floor treatment applied this week. The building across from City Hall is the former City Annex Building.
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