The 2019 Pinery Picnic was a great success. There were over 600 in attendance. Watch for your September newsletter for more details and pictures.
The Pinery News
The Douglas County Department of Public Works Engineering is providing the PHA with weekly paving schedules.
All of the paving is finished except North Pinery Parkway which the contractor is supposed to complete by July 3; landscape work and shouldering should be starting this week (July1-5).
You may also go to the Douglas County website for more information.
The Slash-mulch site will open April 6. This is the perfect place to dispose of limbs, shrubs and brush. The site also gives residents the opportunity to go home with fresh mulch.
For more information click here.
The recycling industry is experiencing high levels of contamination - trash in the recycling. When non-recyclable items (contamination) end up in your recycling, they have the potential to turn the entire load into trash, resulting in contamination and additional processing and disposal costs.
Early settlers in Pine Grove (Parker) cohabited reasonably well with the Indians. John and Elizabeth Tallman owned property northeast of Parker. The mountain-dwelling Utes frequently crossed their land heading toward hunting grounds. Elizabeth customarily left food for them, so she became a favorite with their chieftains.