Edmond sets watering plan
EDMOND — Edmond participates in a mandatory regional water conservation plan. People whose street addresses end in an odd number can water on odd-numbered days of the month. Residents whose street addresses end in an even number can only water on days of the month that end in an even number. The odd-even watering plan is the first step of a five-step conservation plan that will be implemented if the water situation worsens.
Library offers kids' workshop
NORMAN — Norman Public Library West is giving tweens some tools for their future with its Tween Leadership Workshop at 2 p.m. Saturday at the library, 300 Norman Center Court. The event features team-building exercises and exploration of character based on scientifically backed personality surveys. Space is limited, so registration is required. For more information, visit the library, call 701-2644 or go to pioneerlibrarysystem.org/norman-west.
Some to move to new service day
EDMOND — Some Edmond residents will see a change in the day on which their solid waste and recycling is collected. The changes were effective Monday and are designed to streamline operations and create a better standardization of routes. Only 1,803 customers, which is 3.66 percent, will move to a new service day. Affected customers have been notified by postcard, but all residents can double-check their pickup days by entering their address at http://edmondok.com/solidwaste.
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