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  • Barkhamsted Recreation Summer Camp Week

    Town Diary - July 2007 Barkhamsted Recreation Summer Camp Week This is what summer is all about. For a week in July over one hundred Barkhamsted kids come together for games, crafts, music, dancing and swimming. Welcome to Summer Camp Week hosted by the Barkhamsted Recreation Commission. It all starts...
    Posted to Town Diary (Weblog) by Paul on 07-18-2007
  • Barkhamsted People - Joan Markure

    Town Diary - June 2007 Barkhamsted People - Joan Markure Long time Barkhamsted resident Joan Markure is an employee of the town and works in the Town Hall, at least she did until the end of June 2007. After June, if you have business on the second floor of the Town Hall you won't see Joan's smiling...
    Posted to Town Diary (Weblog) by Paul on 06-20-2007
  • Barkhamsted digs out from another snow storm

    Town Diary - February 2003 Barkhamsted digs out from another snow storm. On February 17, 2003 Barkhamsted was hit with yet another winter storm. Not a huge snowfall by historical standards, but the 15 inches that fell closed schools and left some beautiful scenery and a big pain for those who had to...
    Posted to Town Diary (Weblog) by Paul on 02-19-2003
  • 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 to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 12-17-2002
  • 224) Town meeting considers STEAP grant

    224) Town meeting considers STEAP grant - October 9, 2002 After a presentation by Historical Society president Fred Warner at a Barkhamsted town meeting, the town voted unanimously to approve the $176,000 Small Town Economic Assistance Program grant. This is a grant from the State of Connecticut which...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 10-09-2002
  • 201) Inspection

    201) Inspection - June 25, 2002 Walt shows the fire marshal and building inspector around the Squires Tavern. Main topic of conversation is the use of the fireplaces. With some of the modifications already made and others in progress, many of the fireplaces will be usable on a limited scale.
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 06-25-2002
  • The 2000-2001 Annual Report for the Town of Barkhamsted

    Town Diary - April 2002 The 2000-2001 Annual Report for the Town of Barkhamsted. The Annual Report of 2000-2001 is dedicated to all of the people who have served, past and present, as Volunteer Firefighters in the Town of Barkhamsted. Throughout the publication are photographs of the firemen appearing...
    Posted to Town Diary (Weblog) by Paul on 04-10-2002
  • Terri Collins, town tax collector.

    Town Diary - January 2002 Two times a year, in July and January, many Barkhamsted residents engage in an activity that probably is not at the top of their list of favorite pastimes: they pay their town property tax bill. Anyone holding property in Barkhamsted, including real estate, motor vehicles or...
    Posted to Town Diary (Weblog) by Paul on 01-09-2002
  • 122) Squires Tavern support work

    122) Squires Tavern support work - ongoing Walt Landgraf and Dave Ravasio spend a significant amount of time on critical aspects of the project on almost a daily basis. This work includes materials research, working with contractors, meeting with potential contractors and historic experts, meeting with...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 11-19-2001
  • 83) Meeting with building inspector

    83) Meeting with building inspector - September 5, 2001 Walt meets with the Barkhamsted building inspector Mike LaRosa to receive necessary building permits and copies of insurance forms than can be used with contractors working on the Tavern.
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 09-05-2001
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