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  • 211) Former DEP worker inspects building

    211) Former DEP worker inspects building - August 13, 2002 Gus Hoffmann, a retired DEP worker who was based at Peoples Forest visits the Squires Tavern and provides details on the building during the 1950 to 1970's period.
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 08-13-2002
  • 196) Former Squires Tavern resident visits

    196) Former Squires Tavern resident visits - June 14, 2002 Warren Whitney, retired DEP ranger and former resident at the Squires Tavern drops by and provides more information on the building. Warren also provides some old interior photos of the renovation work done by the State DEP during 1969.
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 06-14-2002
  • 32) The exterior building shutters are located

    32) The exterior building shutters are located - January 3, 2001 The shutters that formerly hung on the Squires Tavern building have been located and are in the possession of the State DEP.
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 01-03-2001
  • 29) State agrees to National Register of Historic Places application

    29) State agrees to National Register of Historic Places application - December 27, 2000 Historical Society receives a letter from Pam Adams of the State Department of Environmental Protection giving permission (as owners of the property) to the Historical Society to apply for National Register of Historic...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 12-27-2000
  • 26) Historical Society receives draft of lease from State!

    26) Historical Society receives draft of lease from State! - December 15, 2000 Committee chair Leslie Cosgrove receives the State DEP's draft of the lease of the Squires Tavern building. This 30 year lease, which will be between the State and the Town of Barkhamsted, will be reviewed by the Town...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 12-15-2000
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