This past week the attic was insulated and all of the main floor sheetrock screw heads now have three coats of mud. Most of the tape joints have two coats. The sheetrock in the basement was completed and taped. The propane gas tanks were installed, but not hooked up. A trench was dug from the tanks to the connection on the house. Most of the water filter system was installed but lacks a few plumbing connections and electric power.
This coming week we hope to finish the spackling with 3 coats, connect the propane tanks to the furnace, run the power to the filter and pump and get the furnace going. So far we have been operating a portable LP gas heater to warm ourselves and dry the mud. It will not be long before we will be painting!
Morse Street Property (Oneonta):
Peggy Fowler has been leading students and other volunteers at 3 Morse St. to get that property cleaned up. The lawn has been mowed and some trees removed. In addition, trash from outside and inside (including old rugs, furniture, clothes etc.) were placed in a dumpster for disposal.
Mike Donahue (from information provided by Bruce Downie)
For the HFHOC Construction Committee
Are held the first Tuesday of each month,
7:00pm at the Elm Park United Methodist Church, 401 Chestnut St., Oneonta
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Melanie Loucks & Barb Dauria: Family Selection,
Jane Miller: Family Support,
Bill O'Dea: Finance,
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