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Chamber of Commerce
Jan. 7, 2010
of Collinsville Had Impressive Year
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Chamber meeting is
Feb. 4th at the Library
Chamber Officers |
VP: Jim Dolton
Sec/Tres: Billie Francis
Pres. Elect: Traci Conley
Beth Ann Langston
Officer Travis Lindsey
Pam Polk (City Manager)
Stan Sallee (Mayor)
Due (School Supt.)
John Smaligo (Tulsa Co. Comm.)
Earl Sears (Stare Representative)
Brogdon (State Senator)
By City Manager
Chamber Banquet Is
Manager Pam Polk presented City of Collinsville status at the monthly Collinsville
Chamber of Commerce luncheon meet.
small sample of the many charts briefed at the meeting are shown on this page
and a few interesting points are selected below:
No city layoffs anticipated
Voters approved sales tax to fund city improvements
Online city bill payment system is under test now (may be ready next month)
Quick Trip / Sewer extension West expected to spur further development and sales
City successful in gaining grants
S-Curve utility relocations likely in next 60-90 days & construction withing
Federal stimulus dollars might speed up 5-lane Highway 20 (out To Hwy 75) which
is now on the 8-year plan
Homeland Security grant paying percentage of 2 firefighters salaries for 4 years
72 building permits (50 new homes)
Cox Cable construction this spring
in part by:
are an active part of the communities we serve because they are the places we
call home. The members we serve live, work and play in the lush rolling hills
of northeastern Oklahoma.
in Collinsville, Oklahoma, VVEC is a distribution electric cooperative. We provide
electric service to residential, commercial and industrial consumers through more
than 32,000 meters and more than 4,500 miles of electric line in portions of Nowata,
Osage, Rogers, Tulsa and Washington counties.
the 26 electric cooperatives operating in Oklahoma, VVEC is the third largest
based on the number of meters served by the co-op. Ninety-two employees cover
the Cooperatives more than 3,200-square mile service territory daily maintaining
the electric system and providing consumer-oriented service.
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