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At 3:31pm on October 14, 2008, Sandy Lasa said…
I'll be as gentle as I know how. What ever that means
At 6:27am on September 22, 2008, Tony Tricarico said…
Thank you Barry, I appreciate it.
At 8:54am on September 21, 2008, Bob Foley said…
Thanks Barry
Anything you have to offer please let us know, we have some good ideas but are always open for more
At 3:19pm on September 16, 2008, Barry Aptt said…
We don't hear about some of this training in my neck of the woods must of been a closed or municipal hire type thing
At 6:56pm on September 15, 2008, Mark Gregory said…
It will be great to meet up with you. Jim Sandas will be lecturing also. We just did the RIT class in North Attleboro and it went pretty good...
At 8:51pm on May 28, 2008, Mark Gregory said…
hey Barry, what are we discussing, position tools or personal tools in your pockets. Give me a direction to go with this discussion
At 8:57pm on May 25, 2008, John M. Buckman said…
Don't know Barry other than to say the firefighters were not moving around very much and did not know how to shut them down.
At 8:09pm on May 11, 2008, Ed Morrissey said…
Im going to use my high school photo like Corbett
At 5:14pm on May 5, 2008, Mike Moriarty said…
Hi Barry
This is a good site with lots of info See you at m.f.a.
At 7:20pm on May 4, 2008, John O'Donoghue said…
Hi Barry;
Reviewing your Phase I and Phase II operatons in your existing buildings is an excellent way to get the members used to the systems. As for actual hands-on with an elevator, you have to have a licensed elevator mechanic with you in order to open an elevator hoistway. That may sound bad, but it assures safety. Find out if any elevator companies are doing any work in the city, and seek out the Service Manager. They will be your key to getting more information, and further access to the systems. Reassure them that you are not looking for shortcuts, but want to perfect safe operations. That is always their big concern. Always feel free to email me any questions and I will try to answer it for you.

Stay safe.
At 6:42pm on May 4, 2008, Steve Corbett said…
Yea but I never got my head rubbed with hair!!!!!
At 4:34pm on May 4, 2008, Barry Aptt said…
That the one you and Johnboy hit with the water can?
At 7:57pm on May 2, 2008, Eric J. Christopher said…
C2 snapped that photo without me knowing after a first due all hands at Comm ave@Alpine Ct..

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