Paper mills close down

More paper mills close down Verso Corporation, headquartered in Miamisburg, Ohio, announced it will indefinitely idle two paper mills due to decline in demand for printing/writing papers as a result of COVID-19 pandemic Mills are located in Duluth, MN and Wisconsin Rapids, WI 1000 people have lost their jobs as a result According to report

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Harris County Commissioners Court – Flooding

Reduce Flooding – NOW! Days since Harvey 1028 County Posts Video of Meeting in Which Conditions Were Added to Purchase of Perry Property 05/20/2020/in News /by admin Yesterday’s Harris County Commissioners Court meeting contained two separate discussions of vital interest for those worried about flooding in Elm Grove. Thankfully, the Commissioners post video of their meetings online so you can hear

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April 2020 Tech of the Month

Congratulations to Dallas for earning Konica Minolta’s “Tech of the Month” for April 2020. April was a slow month due to the Covid pandemic, yet Dallas completed 27 “break/fix” service calls with an average response time of 1.8 hours. Dallas maintained a great attitude during this time of unease and made sure our customers were

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From my friend

43 days from now the $2.7 billion dollar Mars 2020 mission will launch the Perserverance rover with a helicopter/drone to survey in preparation for manned missions to Mars. Elon Musk’s SpaceX plans to send a supply mission there in 2022 in advance of the first human landing in 2024. The Perserverance landing site is in

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Fiery Certified Professional 2020

I would like to congratulate Caleb, Drew & Ray for obtaining Fiery Certified Professional 2020! This certification consisted of 11 courses and 7 simulated software assessments. I appreciate each of you for putting in the time to complete this course!! Thank you for doing a great job! Robert Servicing Konica Minolta MFP copiers and printers

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Harris County & COVID-19

Staying Safe What do we do now? It’s important to remember that COVID-19 is still with us. Each of us plays a vital role in continuing to stop the spread and keep each other healthy. Even as some businesses will be permitted reopen under Governor Abbott’s order, we urge residents to help us contain the

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Governor’s orders update

Good afternoon,   Yesterday afternoon, Governor Abbott announced revisions to the Executive Order he issued last week.  Yesterday’s Executive Order (GA-21) expanded the types of businesses that are allowed to reopen in Texas. The new order allows for salons, barber shops and other similar personal services to reopen on May 8.   Governor Abbott also

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Face Masks Required

HOUSTON – Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo officially announced that she will require county residents to wear masks or face-covering in public. Hidalgo’s order will go into effect on April 27 and will last for 30 days. Children under 10 will be exempt from the order. Crossed 5,000 cases for all of Harris County/City: 41 new

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Conquering Anxiety

I am a person who does not like change. I like to “hunker down” and find my place and plant my roots deep. I typically eat the same meal when I go to restaurants, buy the same style of clothing, drink the same Black Coffee, Watch the same type of shows, listen to the same

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DIY Laser Maze

OMG KIDS!!! With everything being the way it is and us being on quarantine. My kids are going crazy to say the least. We have been in the house for 2 weeks without doing much. We’ve taken some car rides here and there to remind ourselves the world is still out there. But because we cannot

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Tech of the Month – February 2020

I would like to congratulate Miguel for earning Konica Minolta’s “Tech of the Month” for February 2020.  Miguel maintained a 93% FCE (First Call Effectiveness) and Miguel’s average customer response time was 1.6 hours. Thank you for doing a great job of taking care of OSOT customers!!!   Sincerely,   Robert     Servicing Konica

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Finance

While driving to work one day I flipped the channel to a station who had a guest person on talking about retirement plans. You may have heard of her, Suze Orman. She specializes in finance/savings/retirement. I was particularly intrigued by the content she was speaking on because she was describing someone like me and similar

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Easter Meal

My go to Family Easter Meal is ham, mashed potatoes, deviled eggs, veggies and dinner rolls. Several years ago I found this recipe in Better Homes and Gardens magazine and its become our tradition. Baked Ham with Raspberry Chipotle Ham Glaze Recipe Serves  16-20 This is my favorite baked ham recipe! It’s so easy to put

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Move More Month

Did you know that April is Move More Month? This April is unique in that for most of us, we are under orders to work from home, and stay home to help flatten the curve of Covid 19. For a lot of us, this might make you feel trapped, contained indoors – but it doesn’t

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Tech of the Month – January 2020

Congratulations to Shandon! Shandon has been awarded Konica Minolta’s “Tech of the Month” for January 2020.  Shandon maintained a 90% FCE (First Call Effectiveness). Shandon’s average customer response time was under 2 hours. Very nice numbers! Thank you for doing a great job and taking care of OSOT customers!!!   Sincerely,   Robert    

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Speaking of cleaning…

Kyocera to launch bathroom sensor Kyocera, aka Kyoto Ceramic Company, is launching a device to check human health from stool smells will analyze data from the device, which will be installed in toilet seats infers the intestinal environment of the user with the aid of artificial intelligence technology and data collected Kyocera officials. will deliver

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