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November 2002 - Posts

  • 234) Squires Tavern work party

    234)   Squires Tavern work party - November 20, 2002
                     Volunteers remove old heating radiators no longer needed with the updated heating system.  Over the last week, volunteer Mike Ansaldi has worked on the computer network wiring for the building. 

  • 233) Contractor work

    233)   Contractor work - Week ending November 16, 2002
                     H&H Heating has made a lot of progress on the heating system- three air handlers are working, the furnace is rewired, the computer control is installed and three thermostats are operating.  Hot air supply to several rooms is on-line and much progress has been made on the cold air returns and duct work to the new office area.  Sections of the building now have heat, with more rooms to be added soon. 

  • 232) Contractor work

    232)   Contractor work - Week ending November 9, 2002
                     Walt has spent hours in preparation work with contractors and this week all the efforts are coming together.  H&H Heating starts work on the heating system, including duct work and air handler installations.  Morse Electric has installed wiring for thermostats and is wiring in the heating system air handlers.  The two Ed Kostaks continue to install customer iron door hardware on exterior doors.

    Walt inspects the iron door hardware on one of the new exterior door of the Squires Tavern

    Workers from H&H Heating prepare heating ducts for installation.  

  • 231) Squires Tavern work party

    231)   Squires Tavern work party - November 6, 2002
                     Details of the heating system work are reviewed, including the placement of air returns and vents.  Dave continues work on the counter in the upstairs work room.  Volunteers burn brush and remove scrap wood from the yard and Tavern to the burn piles.

    Walt and other Historical Society volunteers work with H&H Heating to decide on the placement of heating system vents at the Squires Tavern.

    Dave installs oak counter top in what will be the upstairs workroom.


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