City of Scio| 38957 NW 1st Avenue, PO Box 37 | Scio|Oregon | 97374-0037| Tel: 503-394-3342
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COUNCIL APPOINTS TWO NEW

PLANNING COMMISSION MEMBERS

Katrina Clouse and Ellie Ferguson were appointed by the Scio City Council to fill vacancies on the Planning Commission at the November 25, 2019 Council Meeting. Scio City Council wished to thank Ms. Clouse and Ms. Ferguson for their willingness to serve the citizens of Scio on the Planning Commission.

REQUEST for BIDS for BUILDING DEMOLITION

The City of Scio is seeking contractors to bid on the demolition of the structure at 38965 NW 1st Ave. To access the bid documents “Click Here”. Answers to the Questions received by November 22nd may be accessed here: Q&A’s If you have any further questions about the RFP please email the city at scio@smt-net.com OR call Scio City Hall at 503-394-3342

Recycling During the Holidays

Tips from republic services

We are often asked what can or cannot go into the recycling bins from Republic Services. Holiday’s can be especially confusing with all of the extra packaging materials that come with gifting throughout the season. The picture on the right will take you to a cute video to help you wade through the refuse. Happy Holidays. For other recycling tips, click on the cart to access Republic Services website. They have a list of items that can go in the recycling bin or must be placed in your garbage can. Just click on the cart to see what you can do. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT MERCURY There is an ever growing need for mankind to become more aware of mercury and the impact it can have on one’s quality of life. Mercury is a natural occurring element found in air, water and soil. Over exposer to mercury, even in small amounts, may cause serious health problems to the unborn child and people of all ages. In an effort to educate our water users we are providing the following Environmental Protection Agency website www.epa.gov/mercury/basic-information-about-mercury which gives the reader access to fact sheets and data relating to the subject matter of mercury. What is Mercury Emissions of Mercury into the Air Emission from Power Plants Other Causes of mercury Air Emissions Trends in Air Emissions Mercury Emissions around the Globe Common Exposures to Mercury Health Effects Associated with Exposures to Mercury Ecological Effects of Mercury Exposure Consumer Products that Traditionally Contain Mercury

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City of Scio

About Scio

Incorporated in 1866.

Population: 920 County: Linn Location: 44°42′13″N 122°51′0″W Elevation: 317 feet Area Code: (503) Zip Code: 97374 Time Zone: Pacific
City of Scio - SPEAKS Newsletter City of Scio - SPEAKS Newsletter Reporting possible pollution issues is everyone’s responsiblity.  If you think that there is a possible land, air or water pollution, please report it by doing one of the following: Fill out DEQ’s Online Complaint Form Call the DEQ hotline - 1-887-997-7888 Oil Spills - 1-800-452-0311 Noise Complaints - 541-967-3950 Nuisance Odors - 503-229-5376  For additional information about pollution reporting click here. Controlling Pollution Controlling Pollution Please call the City of Scio at  503-394-3342, if you have an illicit discharge emergency.  If it is after regular business hours please dial one of the following numbers: •	541-619-8152 •	503-509-9807 •	541-401-3526  For additional information about illicit discharge(s) click here. Reporting Illicit Discharge(s) Reporting Illicit Discharge(s) Reporting Illicit Discharge(s)
HOLIDAY RECYCLING TIPS
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