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San-chvn Me’-‘ee-luk Yvlh-sri

Thursday, 09 November 2017 by

San-chvn Me’-‘ee-luk Yvlh-sri

Acorn Paddle Making

Dee-dvn-la: November 17th & 18th, 2017

Ghvt-ti~lh: Sri-srwvlh Mee-ne’ 16299 Highway 101 Smith River CA

Lunch Provided!

Celebration of Life for Russ Crabtree

Friday, 27 October 2017 by
Xwii-t’i,
We have the very sad responsibility to inform you all that Russ Crabtree, the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation’s former Tribal Administrator, passed away on the afternoon of October the 18th, 2017.
Russ came to the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation in 2005 and retired in 2016, after eleven years of service to the Nation. Russ was instrumental in all of the infrastructure and development projects that the Nation has undertaken in the last eleven years. This includes the development of our Wastewater system, upgrades to our drinking water system, and numerous safety improvements to our roads and buildings. Russ helped the Nation secure a multi-million dollar TIGER (Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery) III grant, allowing for safety improvements to Highway 101 and making the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation one of the only Tribes in the nation that was able to secure the grant.
He further played a key role in the renovation of the Lucky 7 Casino and championed the design and construction of the Howonquet Lodge, both of which led to increased employment opportunities, revenues and services to Tribal Citizens. One of Russ’ frequent sayings was that we had to “build the road before we drive on it”. Russ’ hard work and commitment to increasing our capacity for growth has surely resulted in not only our current prosperity but also the exciting times that lie ahead of us.
Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation will be hosting a “Celebration of Life” on Sunday, November 5, 2017  at Xaa-wan’-k’wvt Hall Community Center. The hours are 12:00-2:00pm. It will be a potluck.
Nuu-sri’-tr’aa-ma
Our hearts grieve,
Tribal Council

 

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.

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