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Ted Wright -- last update 6/14/2005 (MiscJune14.html)
Copyright 2005 -- Collinsville, Oklahoma
June 14, 2005
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Flag Day June 14th
Free Landfill Day
-- June 25, 2005
June 8, 2005
Collinsville, Ok. (Press Release)
The City of Collinsville is sponsoring a Free Landfill Day for Collinsville
residents on Saturday, June 25, 2005. Collinsville residents can dump
one pick-up truck full and/or standard trailer size of non-hazardous
waste at the Quarry Landfill from 7:00 am to 1:00 pm.
Quarry Landfill is located on 46th Street North approximately 1 ½
miles east of U.S. Highway 169. Residents should enter the second fill
site located on the right hand side of 46th St. N. All Collinsville
residents must show a valid I.D. and their most recent Collinsville
utility bill in order to dump for free.
No hazardous waste will be accepted (i.e. motor oil, paint etc
Citizens cannot dump the following items:
air conditioners, fefrigerators, freezers and computer monitors. Additionally,
tires will be accepted; however, there will be a charge to the customer
of $2.00 per tire.
If you need to dispose
of hazardous waste, please contact The M.E.T at (918) 584-0584 or go
online at www.METRecycle.com for more information.
For questions about Free Landfill Day you can contact City Hall (918)
|Rev. Tommy Seale
(& wife Carol) were in their new church home (Meadowcreek United Methodist)
Sunday June 12th. Rev. Seale came here after serving Methodist Churches
in Foyil and Verdigris.Rev.
Larry Wilson has moved to Edmond.
Day June 25th
|Main Street in Collinsville
was lined with the flags placed by the VFW in honor of Flag Day today
(June 14th). Behind this flag columns of brick are arising again to help
frame the windows in the upper story of the front of City Hall.
Victory Cherokee Organization is taking sealed bids for the two pieces of Cherokee
artworks shown in these two photos. Contact Pastor Danny Stanley before Sept.
24th. Also contact Danny or any other VCO member for tickets on the basket which
will be filled and given away. There are also posters and signed art prints
that will be distributed at various dates this summer. The Collinsville based
Cherokee organization has a new web site for more information: www.victorycherokee.homestead.com.
The VCO group meets the 2nd Tuesday every month at Trinity Faith Church.