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Tribal Fall Cleanup November 2 & 4, 2017

Monday, 16 October 2017 by

 

 

 

 

 

 

What can I drop off for recycling and where? Here is a handy guide for sorting your recyclables

 

Del Norte County Drop-off Recycling Locations – FREE
• Fort Dick Fire Station-6354 Kings Valley Road, Fort Dick
• Ship Ashore-12370 Hwy 101 North, Smith River
• Smith River Post Office-291 North Fred Haight Drive, Smith River
• Gasquet Transfer Station-Gasquet Toll Road, Gasquet
• Klamath Transfer Station-West Klamath Beach Road, Klamath
• Del Norte County Transfer Station-1700 State Street, Crescent City
• These locations also accept Corrugated Cardboard

 

Free Every Day Drop Off At Del Norte Solid Waste Management Authority
• Paint-Non-aerosol latex & oil-based paints stains & varnishes
• Fluorescent Bulbs-Household fluorescent tubes & bulbs
• Televisions-Televisions & computer monitors
• Sharps-Home sharps containers
• Cooking Fats-Cooking fats, oils & grease
• Motor Oil-Used motor oils
• Oil Filters-Drained oil filters
• Antifreeze-Old antifreeze
• Batteries-Lead acid batteries and all household batteries (tape one terminal)
• Mattresses-Three times a year free mattress or box spring drop off
• Bulky items-You get two free bulky item collection pickups a year with current Recology Del Norte Service customers
• Metal-drop off metal free at Gabe Pamplona Machinery Equipment (707) 218-7636
• Tires -are accepted at Del Norte Solid Waste Management Authority (Charge for each)

For more Information on recycling in Del Norte County call the Del Norte Solid Waste Management Authority at 707-465-1100 or to sign up for curbside recycling call Recology Del Norte at 707-464-4181.

 

Curry County Drop Off Recycling Locations – FREE
• Brookings Recycling Center- 17498 Carpenterville Rd, Brookings- Open Mon-Fri 8am-5pm
• Wridge Creek Transfer Site- 9 miles north of Brookings (2 miles north of Thomas Creek Bridge) right off Hwy 101, east side – Open Tue-Sat 10am-5pm
• Agness Transfer Site- 28 miles northeast of Gold Beach, up South Bank Rogue River
Open Saturday only 10am-3pm
• Nesika Beach Transfer Site- 6 miles north of Gold Beach, at the flashing yellow traffic light turn east on Edson Ck Rd. Site is ½ mile on the right side just past Bonneville power sub-station. Open Tue-Sat 10am-5pm
• Port Orford Transfer Site- Off Hwy 101, just north of Port Orford, turn west on Paradise
Point Rd and right on Arizona (at the end of Arizona) Open 10am-5pm

 

Accepted items at the five Curry County sites
• Batteries-Vehicle ($4.25 each) and Household rechargeable free
• E-Waste-Desktop and laptop computers, TV’s, CPU’s, and Monitors are free. Other electronic devices such as: printers, cell phones, scanners, mice, speakers, are accepted for a small fee.
• Metal-Clean metal stripped of other material accepted except for small fee.
• Motor Oil-Used Motor oil only free.
• Tires-Truck & Car, mounted or unmounted accepted except for Carpenterville site (Charge for each)
• Yard waste-Brush, grass, tree trimmings, stumps. Unacceptable-lumber & wood product, anything not organic accepted except for Carpenterville.
• Usable paint-Usable paint can be donated for free at Gold Beach Lumber in Brookings, Gold Beach and Port Orford
• Household hazardous waste for free- Beaver Hill Transfer Site-between Bandon and Coos Bay
Call before drop off. (541) 396-7624 Monday thru Friday 9am to 2pm
• Insecticide or pesticides
• Solvents or thinners
• Weed killer
• Furniture stripers
• Brake fluid
• Antifreeze
• Paint
• Preservatives

For more Information on recycling or to sign up for curbside recycling in Curry County call the Curry Transfer & Recycling at 541-469-2425 or 800-826-9801.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

An historical moment today at the swearing in and badge pinning of Tribal Citizen Wade Owen as a Del Norte County Reserve Deputy.

Sheriff Apperson led him in the oath of office, and Wade’s wife Amber pinned his badge on. (This happened at the Del Norte County Board of Supervisors meeting).

He will now begin his 3 month training with the Sheriff’s Office.

The MOU signing with the Board of Supervisors, the Sheriff and Tribal Council will take place at 4pm on October 19 at Xaa-wan’-k’wvt Hall.

Public Safety Through Partnership

Friday, 13 October 2017 by

Please join us for the signing and recognition of the Memorandum of Understanding between the Del Norte County Sheriff’s Office and the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation for the establishment and operation of the Reserve Deputy Program for the Smith River area.

The Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation and Del Norte County Sheriff’s Office share a goal of maintaining a safe and secure community for the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation Reservation and surrounding Smith River area, and share the belief that a community-involved approach to law enforcement is the best avenue to achieve this goal.

For more information contact the Tribal Office at 707-487-9255

The Natural Resources Department would like to sincerely thank all of the volunteers that assisted at the shelter for Chetco Bar Fire evacuees at Xaa-wan’-k’wvt Village and Resort. We would like to express our gratitude by recognizing those frequent volunteers that gave their time to help at the front desk, prepare meals, and keep the place tidy during the four weeks of operation. We would also like to recognize those individuals and organizations that provided the necessary donations to maintain operations. Please excuse us if we may have forgotten anyone or have misspelled anyone’s name.

FREQUENT VOLUNTEERS:

Annette Whelan, Armando Lopez, Arturo Salazar, Billy Fender, Bret Wells, Cari Nelson, Caudia and Boyle, Chairman Scott Sullivan, Charlotte Kortum, Councilmember Leann McCallum, Council Member Marvin and Marla Richards, Dale and Terri Donnelly, Denise Brigham, Devonie Elmore, Don and Teela James, Erika Partee, Faith Campbell, Frank Ault, Greg Blodgett, Jamie Kissinger, Jar Caldwell, Jennie Joy, Jennifer Jacobs, Jimmy Richards, Jorden from Smith River Volunteer Fire Dept., Julie McHenry, JR Richards, Karen Jones, Kim Bommelyn, Marli Peterson, Mattie Lopez, Megan Van Pelt, Naomi Wells, Natasha Tippetts, Nieca Wright, Paulie Boynton, Peggy Biskupski, Peggy McCormak, Pyuwa Bommelyn, Rob Froser, Robin Hardley, Rosa Laucci, Ruby Tuttle, Sherry and Dave Mindel, Tayshu Bommelyn, Tessa LaFazio, Theresa Lemons, Tom and Pam Rogers, Tom Dubay, Tyler Travis, Veronica Dandeleria, Vice Chair Denise Padgette, Virginia Young, and XVR Security (Brandon and Robert)

DONATIONS PROVIDED BY:

Alvina “Tiny” Fairchild, Alexandre Dairy, Alissa Northrup, American Red Cross, Andre Bay with Team Curry, Andromeda Lopez, April Bettelloni, Autumn and Jakob Buchert, Bonnie Kathy, Bonnie Roger, Bonnie Shift, Bret Wells, Cari Nelson, Carolyn Dikes, Cindy Wilson, Connie Brooks, Councilmember Leann and John McCallum, Councilmember Marvin and Marla Richards, Curry County Probation Juvenile Department, Daryl Hoffman, Don and Gina, Donna and Eugene Ross, Dorothy Wait, Dustin Ledford, Emily, Food Bank in Brookings, Frank Richards, Fred Meyers, Ginger Doherty, Israel Mactherson, Jamie Kissinger, Janin, Janis Payne, Java Hut, Jen Faulkner, Jennie Joy, Jeremy Creed, Jimmy Richards, Joe and Tammy Swiderski, John and Violette Roberts, Joni Forsht, Judy Powell, Judy Santos, Julie McHenry, Karen and Joe, Kenna Gavin, Kerry Fenix, Kim St. Clair, Kristina Jofstedt, Launel Brown, Lina Peacock, Logan and Natasha Tippetts, Luana Pennington, Mabel and Debbie Boardman, Marian and Anna, Marilyn Pricer, Marla and Steve Lavelle, Mary Ford, Mary Hough, Monica Rojas, Patte Lambert, Pelican Harbor Food Bank, Roger Gitlin, Ron and Lorena Joy, Roxie Hazzard, Ruby Tuttle, Rumiano Cheese, Sharon Ricci, Sharyne Harper, Sheila, Sherry Reynolds, Shirley and Jeff Magiera, Smith River Neighborhood Watch, Smith River United Methodist Church, St. Vincent De Paul, Stephanie Peters, Summer Matteson with Team Curry, Tammy, TDN Community and Family Services Department, TDN Culture Department, TDN Natural Resources Department, Terri and Dale Donnelly, Theresa Lemons, TR Thompson, Tracie Celayeta, Tracy Whipple, United Indian Health Service, Vern Lesh, Vice Chair Denise Padgette, Victoria Attuna, and William Roberts

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