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Northfork Electric


Cooperative, Inc. Operating in


Beckham, Roger Mills, Washita, Greer, Custer, Harmon, and Dewey


SCOTT COPELAND GENERAL MANAGER


BOARD OF TRUSTEES


Jimmy Taylor-Pres ............................. Elk City Charles Hickey-V. Pres....................... Reydon Ransom Snowden-Sec-Treas ............. Erick Chris Mackey.................................... Sayre Larry Smith..................................Cheyenne Lloyd Joe Patton .............................. Sayre Danny Davis....................................Elk City Jack Ivester ...................................Attorney


SAYRE OFFICE


Kenny Waugh....................Mgr. of Marketing Lisa Dailey...................Mgr. of Office Services Jeff Mohr...................Mgr. of Acct. & Finance Kay Brown............................Adm. Assistant Richard Bowdre .................. Operations Mgr.


REYDON OFFICE Barbara Swope ..........................655-4557


FOR OUTAGES AFTER 5 P.M. CALL 1-800-NO-VOLTS (1-800-668-6587) or


(580) 928-3366


OFFICE HOURS 8 AM TO 5 PM MONDAY-FRIDAY


DATES TO REMEMBER READINGS MUST BE IN


NORTHFORK OFFICE BY THE 10th


OF EACH MONTH TO BE USED FOR BILLING


ADDRESS P.O. Box 400


SAYRE, OK 73662 301 E. MAIN


storage, fleet parking, and equipment testing is compromising efficiency, as well as safety. Recently, even the lobby area of our Sayre headquarters was converted to office space. Our major construction vehicles (digger & bucket trucks) are so much larger today, they can no longer fit through the shop door for routine maintenance. Lack of security for inventory stored at our off- site storage yards has resulted in several costly thefts in recent years. Being able to 11027-001 locate all building materials at the main headquarters would increase security for those items. The first alternative explored was to expand and modify our existing location, which presented several problems. The first was simply a space issue with the facility being landlocked and minimal adjacent property available for purchase to expand the facility. The second issue was that the type of structure our existing office building is causes expansion and modification costs to be exorbitant. The result would have been an extremely expensive remodel and expansion, with critical space issues


NFEC to Publish Cookbook for Co-op’s 75th Anniversary


Northfork Electric is making plans to publish a new cookbook for the upcoming 75th Anniversary of the cooperative. NFEC will observe the anniversary in 2014.


When the earlier cookbook was published the cooperative relied on members to submit recipes. We are asking for your help once again. If you have a recipe you would be willing to share for the anniversary publication, please submit it to Romona White at 10810 N 1882 RD, Sayre, OK 73662, or at sandstoneok@wildblue.net. Your help with this will be greatly appreciated. If you have questions you can call Romona at 928-9134.


Growing Pains Continued from page 1.


remaining such that our trucks would not be able to navigate around the new structures. This option would not allow for relocation of pole and material storage to the main site. With the first alternative being found inadequate to meet the Cooperative’s needs, the search for an alternative site began in interest. A location is currently being evaluated by our architects and civil engineers for its potential as a new headquarters location that would allow the Cooperative to meet all of the objectives identified by the building committee. Preliminary reports show that construction of a complete new facility at this location would be less costly than modifying the existing location. More importantly, the new location would provide significant area for future growth.


As the potential project continues to move forward, we will keep you posted on progress here in the newsletter. In the meantime, if you have any questions or would like to view our existing facilities, we welcome you to call or come by and see us.


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