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March 28, 2014

THANK YOU 03.29.14

The family of Maxine Stanford Norwood would like to thank all those who prayed, sent food, flowers, cards, calls and other expressions of concern to us during our mothers illness and ultimate demise. Words cannot emphasize the depth of our appreciation and gratitude. Again, thank you.

Children of Maxine Norwood

The city of Muskogee Public Works Department would like to thank the citizens of Muskogee for their continued patience during the sanitation schedule changes.

The Public Works department understands this has not been a seamless transition and is working diligently to correct issues/errors they have experienced throughout the last few weeks. It also recognizes this would not be possible without the assistance of our community.

Recently, Muskogee annexed multiple new areas to their trash schedule, allowing new residents access to the City's trash service. These changes allowed the City to better maintain their equipment allowing less downtime for repairs as well as making it safer for employees.

If you are having difficulties and need assistance with the new sanitation schedule, please call (918) 684-6333.

Kimbra Scott,

Communications and Public Affairs Manager

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