Progress is really ramping up – many of the walls got a coat of texture and painting began. The big north window is framed out and waiting for panes. The surround for the bike rack and the book drop are going up. Finally, we found a dedication stone – It was hidden behind a railing and came to light when the brick walls were cleaned.
Library facade in Sept. 2014
The Construction Committee hard at work during its weekly meeting. This gets us all organized.
Spraying on wall texture in the historic section .
It’s a messy job but a coverall helps keep paint where it belongs – on the wall.
A nice coat of paint – color Hubbard Squash – on office walls.
Another great color!
Outside, the lower stair case has been completed.
The surround for the bike rack and the bookdrop started coming up.
Framing of the north window was completed and is waiting for panes.
An original dedication stone was found when the stair railing was removed and the brick was cleaned. It lists three members of the “Commission”,
Solomon Shute, P.S. Mahoney and R.T. Green.