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Week of July 4, 2016

 

Crew Work Areas

* New Construction:
Gray, Pensacola Chelsea, and Ketchum areas

 

* Pole Change outs:

Gray, Pensacola, Chelsea, and Ketchum areas

 

* Facility Retirements:

N/A

 

* Right-of-Way:
Running service requests in multiple areas; maintenance in the Quapaw, Jay, Kansas, Wyandotte, and Grove areas

 

* Service Increase:

N/A


* System Maintenance:
Gray, Pensacola, Chelsea, and Ketchum areas

 

* Contract Crews:

N/A

 


Member Billing

Cycle 1 bills will be prepared July 5

 

Cycle 2 bills will be prepared July 12

 

Cycle 3 bills will be prepared July 19

 

Cycle 4 bills will be prepared July 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.

OFFICES CLOSED

The offices of Northeast Oklahoma Electric Cooperative will be closed Monday, July 4, to celebrate the holiday.  Please know, if you experience an outage or power issue, we are here to respond.  Call 800-256-6405 to report your issue.

 

We wish you, your family, and your friends an enjoyable Independence Day.  With that in mind, we offer these safety tips:

 

  • Obey all local laws regarding the use of fireworks.
  • Read labels and performance descriptions before lighting.
  • Never give fireworks to children.  An adult should supervise at all times.
  • Booze and a fuse do not mix.  Save your alcohol for after the show.
  • Light one firework at a time and then quickly move away.
  • Never attempt to relight a “dud” firework.  Wait 20 minutes and then soak it in a bucket of water.
  • Always have a bucket of water or charged water hose nearby.
  • Be aware of where you are setting off fireworks.  Buildings and trees pose a fire hazard.  In rural areas, understand that an inadvertently set blaze from fireworks can destroy hay and crops.

payment options

The cooperative now has more ways to pay your electric bill. Now available are six additional PaySite kiosks accepting payment for Northeast Oklahoma Electric.

New locations are in the following towns: Chelsea, Grove, Jay, Locust Grove, Salina, and Vinita. The original kiosk, located in Pryor, is also available. To learn more about paying at a kiosk, including locations and store hours, <<click here>>.

photo contest

Your cooperative is hosting a photo contest. Share your treasured image for a chance to win an electric bill credit and the opportunity to have your image featured in a full-color wall calendar. <<Click here>> for the rules and information. Some photos (contain a person's image or taken by a minor) may require a release. <<Click here>> to download the forms. Information is also available by calling the cooperative at 800-256-6405 or emailing you questions to photocontest@neelectric.com.

 

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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