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Recycle electronics September 28, 2019 8am to noon

Oakview City Hall

Must be a resident

Most items are free some items have a small fee


CRT Monitors = $5.00 each


CRT TV’s 26” or less = $30.00 each


CRT TV’s 27” or greater = $50.00 each


Wood Console and True Big

Screen/Projection TV’s = $50.00 each


LED/LCD/Plasma TV's = $20.00 each


Any Freon containing unit = $10.00 each


Free to

Recycle


Computers &

Networking


 Desktop PCs

 Laptops

 Macs / iMacs / Macbooks

 iPads

 Android Tablets

 Microsoft Surface Tablets

 Chromebooks

 LCD Computer Monitors

 Keyboards

 Computer Mice

 Computer Speakers

 Headsets

 Webcams

 Modems

 Routers

 Internet Gateways

 Servers

 Switches

 Network Hubs

 Firewalls

 Wireless Access Points

 Raspberry Pis

 Arduinos


 Computer Components

 All Cables & Power Cords


Communication


 Cell Phones &

Smartphones

 iPhones

 Android Phones

 Phone Chargers

 Phone Accessories

 VOIP Phones

 Land Line Phones

 Cordless Phones

 Rotary Phones

 Satellite Phones

 Walkie Talkies

 Two-Way Radios

 HAM Radios

 CB Radios


Medical & Lab


 Ultrasound Machines

 Incubators

 Bottle Warmers

 Defibrilators

 Baby Scales

 Light Sources

 Endoscopes


 Surgical Tools

 Microscopes

 Dissecting Scopes

 Blood Analyzers

 Gas Chromatographs

 Centrifuges

 Autoclaves

 Hotplates & Stirrers

 Pipettes

 Lab Pumps

 Lab Ovens

 Lab Scales

 Otoscopes

 Opthalmoscopes

 Refraction Machines

 Fields Test Machines

 LASIK Machine


Home Audio


 Receivers

 Amplifiers

 Equilizers

 Radio Tuners

 iPods & MP3 Players

 CD Players

 Cassette Decks

 Turntables

 8-Track Players


 Boomboxes

 Speakers

 Subwoofers

 Bass Shakers

 Headphones & Earbuds

 Karaoke Machines


Pro Audio


 Microphones

 Audio Mixers

 Compressors & Limiters

 Equalizers

 DAW Equipment

 Studio Monitors

 Loudspeakers

 AMPs & DACs

 Musical Instruments

 Effects Pedals & Boards

 Audio Cables


Office


 Printers

 Copiers

 Scanners

 Fax Machines

 Dot Matrix Printers

 Plotters & Large Format

Printers


 Ink & Toner Cartridges

 3D Printers

 Shredders

 Paper Joggers

 Paper Cutters

 Paper Folders

 Mail Machines

 Hole Punches

 Staplers


Retail & Industrial


 Robotics Equipment

 Security Cameras

 Broadcast Equipment

 GPS Systems

 PBX Phone Systems

 POS Equipment

 Card Swipers/Terminals

 Barcode Scanners

 Cash Registers

 ATMs

 Electrical Test Equipment

 Oscilloscopes

 Voltage Meters

 Electric Relays

 Metal Detectors

 Generators

 Non-PCB Ballasts

 Lead-Acid Batteries


Restaurant &

Kitchen


 Large Mixers

 Ice Cream Machines

 Coffee & Espresso

Machines

 Commercial Stoves &

Ovens


Home Video &

Gaming


 Projectors

 Blu-ray Players

 DVD Players

 VCRs

 Betamax Players

 Laserdisc Players

 DVRs

 Set Top Boxes

 Cable & Satellite

Receivers

 Satellite Dishes

 Portable DVD Players

 Video Games

 Video Game Consoles

 Video Game Peripherals

 Portable Video Game

Systems


 Camcorders


Photography &

Lighting


 DSLR & SLR Cameras

 Film Cameras

 Camera Lenses

 Light Mixers

 Stage Lighting Fixtures

 Tripods

 Monopods


Home Appliances


 Washing Machines

 Dryers

 Dish Washers

 Water Heaters

 Stoves & Ovens

 Microwaves

 Toasters

 Toaster Ovens

 Crock Pots & Slow

Cookers

 Bread Makers

 Coffee Makers

 Blenders

 Juicers

 Food Processors


 Clothing Irons

 Ironing Boards

 Space Heaters

 Trash Compactors

 Garbage Disposals

 Vacuum Cleaners

 Hair Dryers

 Curling Irons

 Bathroom Scales

 Baby Monitors


Exercise

Equipment


 Free Weights & Racks

 Treadmills

 Elliptical Machines

 Stationary Bikes

 Home Gyms

 Weight Benches

 Commercial Workout

Equipment


Lawn & Garden


 Lawnmowers

 String Trimmers

 Leaf Blowers

 Snow Blowers

 Lawn & Garden Tools

Newsletter

July 2019

   

   Welcome any new residents to the Village of Oakview!  We are a small municipality governed by a Board of Trustees.  We meet on the 2ndTuesday of every month at 6:00 PM, at the McLear Civic Center (6404 N Locust), also referred to as City Hall. Residents are welcome to attend! We value your input.

OFFICE CLOSED  

Thursday, July 4th the office will be closed in observance of Independence Day. Normal city hall office hours are Monday through Thursday, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM.   

BOARD MEETING  

On Tuesday July 9th at 6 PM, the Board of Trustees will hold the July board meeting.  The Agenda for that meeting is always posted on the bulletin board next to the front door at city hall on the Thursday prior and is available from the clerk. Residents are encouraged to attend.  

FIREWORKS!!

Independence Day is just around the corner! Following are the highlights of Oakview’s fireworks ordinance:

  • Prohibited:
     
  • The sale of fireworks.
     
  • Bottle rockets, sky lanterns and parachutes.
     
  • Fireworks with aerial trajectory having a cylinder or cartridge holding a propellant charge that is not intended to be completely consumed before landing.
     
  • To have the above prohibited fireworks in your possession.
     
  • Where-When:  
     
    • Not on a street or sidewalk  
       
    • Not in a way to cause damage to a person or property
       
    • Only between the hours of 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm from July 1 until July 5 except July 4 which is 10 am and 12 midnight, and New Year’s Eve which is 10 am to 1 am.
       
  • Penalties:  
     
    • Up to $500.00 fine for each offense
       
    • Each time a violation is committed or allowed to continue is considered a separate offense.
       
  • Be Responsible:  
     
    • Oakview is one of the few municipalities that allow fireworks.
       
    • Have fun but be safe! Please pick up afterwards.
       

CARPORTS, GARAGES AND MORE!

Buildings of this type are required to be permanent structures constructed out of metal/wood with concrete piers or a concrete pad. Temporary structures are only allowed for social gatherings and need to be removed within 72 hours. For more details see Ordinance 2018-3 included with this newsletter.

CONSIDERING SOME CONSTRUCTION THIS SUMMER?

A deck, patio, addition, or garage? The Zoning ordinance regulates all construction. A completed application gets the ball rolling. The entire permitting process can take several weeks so apply ASAP.  

TRASH/ RECYCLING AND YARD WASTE

Thursdays, have it out before 7 AM!

  • More trash than will fit in your PolyCart? Additional bag stickers are available at City Hall for $1.00 each.   
     
  • Recycling limited to what fits in your polycart.
     
  • March 1stthrough December 31- Up to 7 biodegradable yard waste paper bags or tied stick bundles (4‘x 2’ wide) per week. Put it out before 7 AM on Thursday.
     

ONCE EMPTIED, PLEASE DON’T LEAVE POLYCARTS AT STREET.  

HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE

Here is how to get rid of you old antifreeze, flammables, paint, solvents, used oil, auto parts, fertilizers, pesticides & pool chemicals.        recylespot.org

GOING ON VACATION

Or a business trip? Stop by city hall and fill out a vacation sheet. We’ll keep an eye on your home while you’re gone.  

Do we have your email address?

If not, please take a minute and drop an email to city hall!  We email newsletters, meeting agendas, and other public notices. oakview.missouri@sbcglobal.net

PROPERTY CODE VIOLATIONS

Don’t wait too long to pick up that pile of sticks, or mow the lawn, you may accidentally violate the property code ordinance.  This results in a friendly warning letter from us asking you to clean it up.  If it’s not cleaned up within the time frame specified in the letter, a citation may be issued.

Commonly issued warnings:

  • Trash, appliances, furniture left outside
     
  • Tree limbs, tall grass
     
  • Unlicensed/inoperable vehicles
     
  • Snow plow blades (after April 1st)
     
  • Old newspapers & phonebooks left in driveway
     
  • Tires, Wheels and Pallets
     
  • Outside storage of household items.
     
  • Brush piles that attract vermin
     

STANDING WATER = MOSQUITOES!

The buzzing is annoying, the bites sting, and they spread disease! Mosquitoes need only a small amount of water to lay and hatch their eggs. Standing water in tires, buckets, cans, wheelbarrows, even flower pots can become breeding grounds. No standing water - no buzzing mosquitoes!

SUMMER HEAT

We have been blessed with beautiful weather this spring but summer is here and with it comes the heat. If you have elderly neighbors keep an eye out for them. It’s just the neighborly thing to do! If you have any concerns or notice something out of the ordinary, call for a residence check. Our officers are happy to help.

Need to contact us after hours, but it’s not an emergency?  Call our friendly dispatchers at (816) 792-4254.

In an emergency always call 911.

ALL THINGS ANIMAL  

If you find a sick animal, domestic or wild, do not attempt to help the animal yourself, please call the police. A bite from an animal can mean a series of rabies shots and a tetanus shot, and antibiotics, they hurt!  

Have you updated your dog registration yet this year?  All dogs over 6 months should be.  If your dog gets out and we are able to pick Fido up, we can simply look at the Oakview registration tag.  No tag means we are required to take your pet to the shelter, where you may receive a citation and have to pay a fee to get Fido back.  

If your dog is outside and not within a fenced yard, you must be responsible and keep them on a leash. Dogs that habitually bark/disturb the peace, are to be muzzled or kept indoors.

Is Fido an American or Stafford bull breed? It needs to meet our police chief within 5 days of moving to Oakview!  Owners of these dogs have specific responsibilities including special registration, collar, muzzled, kenneling, signage, and homeowner insurance.

REMINDERS

Did you get a new car?!?!  Remember to license it as Oakview.  We’ll put your tax dollars to work for you.   

Another benefit of living in Oakview?  If you don’t work in KCMO, your employer shouldn’t take the 1% earnings tax out of your check.

Do you run a business from home?  An Occupational License application must be completed & returned to city hall for businesses operating in Oakview.   

Confused by the inserts in your water bill? We use KCMO Water Department for water service but those notices on trash, leaf, curbside pickup, etc. don’t apply to Oakview residents.

Questions, comments, or concerns?    Email us at oakview.missouri@sbcglobal.net or give us a call at City Hall - 816/436-9150.  We’re open Monday -Thursday from 10 am until 4 pm (excluding Holidays).

Welcome any new residents to the Village Of Oakview! We are a small municipality governed by a Board of Trustees. We meet on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 6:00 PM, at the McLear Civic Center (6404 N Locust) also referred to as City Hall. Residents are welcome to attend! We value your input. Our web site is www.oakviewmissouri.com

   


Trash service information

o Trash: WCA is the trash service, they observe only 3 holidays. Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years. Expect a 1 day delay.

o Oakview’s trash day is Thursday

o More trash than will fit in your PolyCart? Additional bag stickers are available at City Hall for $1.00 each. 

o There is now a limit on recycling!

Includes only what will fit in the polycart.

·  Yard Waste: March 1-December 31

o Bundle your sticks into no more than 4 foot lengths

o Use paper yard waste bags

· Bulky Item Pickup:

o Purchase a sticker at city hall for $50.00. The village clerk will schedule the pickup for the following week. 

o Place item curbside with regular trash on regular pickup day, with sticker in plain view. 

o If we are notified by Monday, the item will be picked up Thursday. 

o Don’t leave polycarts at the street.

o Call city hall if you have a question.

HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE

Need to properly dispose of household chemicals or paint? www.recyclespot.org

CONSIDERING SOME CONSTRUCTION THIS SPRING?

A deck, patio, addition, or garage?  If so, check with city hall first! Exterior home improvements most likely require a permit. The entire permitting process can take several weeks so apply ASAP. 

Coming this Summer-Feral Cat Program

The village is looking into a program this spring/summer, where the feral cats will be collected, neutered, ear clipped for identification and returned to the same location. If you are an outside cat owner, please have your cat fixed. If you have concerns please plan to attend the monthly Board Meeting.

PROPERTY CODE VIOLATIONS

Don’t wait too long to pick up that pile of sticks, you may accidentally violate the property code ordinance. This results in a friendly warning letter from us asking you to clean it up. If it’s not cleaned up within the time frame specified in the letter, a citation may be issued.

POLICE DEPARTMENT NEWS

If you see something that doesn’t look right, say something! Lock your doors! Find us on FACEBOOK at Oakview Police Department.

DOG TAGS

Please bring a copy of the records to city hall. It costs nothing, but is required of all dogs over 6 months.  If your dog gets out and we are able to pick Fido up, we can simply look at the Oakview registration tag. No tag means we are required to take your pet to the shelter, where you may receive a citation and have to pay a fee to get Fido back.

Is Fido an American or Stafford bull breed? It needs to meet our police chief within 5 days of moving to Oakview!  Owners of these dogs have specific responsibilities including special registration, collar, muzzled, kenneling, signage, and homeowner insurance.

PARKING ON THE STREET

There is No Overnight Parking allowed on the street. Parking on the street is not to block views of the street/intersection.  

Do not park vehicles on the street during snow or ice storms. Your car will be towed! Keep track of the weather

Need to contact us after hours, but it’s not an emergency? Call our friendly dispatchers at 816/792-4254. Emergency? call 911.

REMINDERS

Did you get a new car?!?! Remember to license it as Oakview. We’ll put your tax dollars to work for you. 

Another benefit of living in Oakview? If you don’t work in KCMO, your employer shouldn’t take the 1% earnings tax out of your check.

Confused by the inserts in your water bill? We use KCMO Water Department for water service but those notices on trash, leaf, curbside pickup, etc. don’t apply to Oakview residents.

Don’t forget to Vote on Tuesday April 2nd@ Knights of Columbus Hall at Flora and Englewood!

  


 

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Board of Trustees Monthly Meeting

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On the second Tuesday of each month at 6:00 PM, the Board of Trustees meet to handle village business. These meetings are open and the public is encouraged to attend. The meeting is held in the Oakview City Hall, 6404 N Locust St. Oakview, MO 64118.

Oakview Municipal Court

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Municipal Court is held the third Wednesday of each month, unless rescheduled due to holidays.

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Copies of specific ordinances of the village are available upon request. Contact the clerk at 816 436-9150, MON-THURS, 10 AM to 4 PM.