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December 2002 - Posts

  • 239) Squires Tavern work party

    239)   Squires Tavern work party - December 18, 2002
                     Volunteers work on preparing surfaces for painting in the back office room.  Some of the window sash is painted.  Throughout the week Walt Landgraf, Dave Ravasio and Charlie Lynes continue to do a lot of "behind the scenes" work such as contacting contractors, inspectors, etc.

    Dave, Charlie and Walt painting and scraping in the back office room.

  • 238) Meeting with building inspector and fire marshal

    238)   Meeting with building inspector and fire marshal - December 17, 2002
                     Visits to the Squires Tavern by the building inspector and fire marshal go very well.  They look at plans for the kitchenette and also inspect heating and electrical work. 

    Posted Dec 17 2002, 10:06 AM by Paul with no comments
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  • 237) Contractor work

    237)   Contractor work - Week ending December 16, 2002
                     H&H Heating has completed the first phase of the heating system upgrade.  Cold air returns and grates are all installed.  We now have heat to all areas of the first floor of the building. 

  • 236) Squires Tavern work party

    236)   Squires Tavern work party - December 11, 2002
                     Volunteers remove the sheetrock ceiling in the room that will be used for the kitchenette.  Design work on the kitchenette is progressing.  Charlie and Sharon Lynes donate some decorative electric candles which are placed in windows for some Christmas ambiance.  They look sharp at night!  

  • 235) Squires Tavern work party

    235)   Squires Tavern work party - December 4, 2002
                     Volunteers plug several holes in the foundation with insulation.  Other work included attaching window jam trim and some cleanup in the "office room".  This room is located in the back of the building and is a current priority to prepare for the Historical Society administration area and office space for the Farmington River Coordinating Committee.  Pat Giglotti of the Farmington Valley Health District visited the Tavern and reviewed the kitchenette plans.  A special committee of volunteers has put in a lot of time designing the kitchenette so that it will be efficient yet unobtrusive.

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