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Flush Pipes (Turn on each cold water faucet a let it run for five minutes)
Hot Water Tanks (Run until water runs cool. Typically that takes 15 minutes for a 40-gallons tank)
Replace water filters in the refrigerator, faucets, etc.
Water Fountains (Run fountains continuously for five minutes and replace filters when applicable).
Icemakers (Discard ice in the machine. Flush the lines to the machine. Make ice for one hour and throw away all ice again).

Open grant application time frames: Jan. 1- Feb. 28, July 1-Aug. 31
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ORU Grant Completion
Grant recipients, please complete this form after you have used the grant funds provided by North Georgia EMC's Round Up Program.
Members of North Georgia EMC have the opportunity to participate in Operation Round Up, an innovative program that provides…

The fast-food industry and local restaurants are experiencing declines in sales while a boil water advisory continues with the city of Summerville
An early morning thunderstorm Wednesday knocked out power to many Chattooga County customers, including Summerville’s water treatment plant on Filter Plant Road. The plant went without power for more than eight hours and created a situation where contaminants could have possibly entered its system…

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North Georgia E.M.C
North Georgia Electric Membership Corporation was founded in 1936 as a not-for-profit electric cooperative, serving members in seven Northwest Georgia counties: Catoosa, Chattooga, Floyd, Gordon, Murray, Walker and Whitfield. North Georgia EMC delivers power to approximately 99,500 metering points, through 6,400 miles of line, 34 substations and four area offices. Our website member service center offers convenient, easy ways to manage your account…

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By Editor | May 25, 2018
(UPDATE 4:10 p.m.) Trion Mayor Larry Stansell confirms that long-time Trion Recreation Director Nolan Crisp and program director Anthony McWhorter are no longer employees with the town
Crisp, who has 17 years at Trion, retired when given the chance by Mayor Stansell. McWhorther, who has worked with the town for 18 years, resigned when given a chance.
The mayor said the retirement and resignation happened after a town policy violation. The mayor would not give details of…

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Looking for great fun in the great outdoors? If so, you’ll want to head to James H. “Sloppy” Floyd State Park in Summerville on Saturday for Outdoor Adventure Day. Activities will be held from 9 am until 3 pm and will include kids fishing, a canoe class, a reptile program, archery and more, states Kim Hatcher, Public Affairs Coordinator for Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites. She adds that Saturday is National Hunting and Fishing Day; as such, visitors to the park will…

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The latest edition of BP’s Statistical Review of World Energy sheds new light on the long-term transitions and shorter-term adjustments shaping global energy markets in 2016. The numbers and charts indicate that the world is moving toward cleaner fuels, but what does the data reveal about how this energy evolution is progressing in the United States?