Monthly Archives: February 2012

Trash Carts- Several things you may not know

  Trash carts or any trash containers may not be left within twelve (12) feet of a curb, or edge of paving where there is no curb for more than 24 hours before or after pickup day.   Title 24, Section 101 … Continue reading

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Computers – Discount and Help (Senior Citizens)

COMPUTERS Apple Computers (Veterans and military discounts) Wifi   PC Problems -TechGuy.org or 5starsupport.com for free help when you  search the forums for your computer’s particular ailment or post a question to receive a timely response from the sites’ groups of … Continue reading

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Books (Senior Citizen Discounts)

BOOKS- PaperBackSwap.com  trade books with other members—for free. Over 5,000,000 books to choose from! Simply, upload the titles of 10 of your own books that you want to swap; you will receive 2 book swap credits immediately—to be used for … Continue reading

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The best way to repair blue jeans

We have all tried patching jeans with other pieces of denim and it makes it uncomfortable with the extra cloth.   This link will take you to a blog that shows exactly how to do it….that works! http://www.adventuresindressmaking.com/2009/12/essential-blue-jean-mending-method.html Cannot believe … Continue reading

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Medicaid Advantage for “in home” care.

Medicaid Advantage waiver program is a Medicaid funded process  that provides alternatives to facility-based care (for in home care. ) http://www.ok.gov/abletech/documents/Medicaid-ADvantage%20Waiver%20Prog.pdf It does not provide 24 hour care. Call 800 435-4711 to have an application taken over the phone. (It … Continue reading

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Vacant, Unsecured Structures

A vacant structure is a very real problem for neighborhoods.  They have become a target for vandals, criminal activities, and a general nuisance for adjacent properties and values. The property owner is responsible for maintenance of the structure, securing windows, … Continue reading

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