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Plumbing Fitting Market Segmentation Application, Technology and Market Analysis to 2022

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Jean McClelland: Wash stands have broad collecting appeal

Each morning as you wash your face, brush your teeth and go through your preparations for the day, you might count your blessings for the conveniences all centered around today’s bathroom sink. Water readily appears when a lever is turned and just as quickly disappears when a plug is pulled. This has not always been the case since indoor plumbing hadn’t been common place in America until the 1930s. Up until that time, someone would have to tote the water in and out of house. Once folks got over going to the creek bed to wash up they began to create furniture inside the house to take care of t…
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Efforts under way to save Wagoner’s Carnegie Libary

Nancy Brown, the literacy coordinator at the Carnegie Library in Wagoner, shows the plastic that is used to protect books because of a leaking roof. The library, built in 1912, has a list of problems: air conditioning does not work, stairs are rotting, plumbing in the restrooms needs repair, electricity is so bad that not all of the lights work, and no one rides the elevator because of water that has leaked onto the electrical wiring. Nancy Brown, literacy coordinator of the Carnegie Library in Wagoner, shows the old Wagoner County records that are being stored at the library. A leaking roof …
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UNM seeking $7 million for ROTC upgrades

However, the Army’s current ROTC building is about 90 years old and too dangerous to work out of. According to the school, “the three programs are currently housed in separate, inadequate, older buildings, which need to be upgraded or replaced to support 21st-century students and education.” “This building was built back in the 1930 era and it’s had multiple renovations and multiple Band-Aids put onto a bad situation,” said Erik Sevigny, the Army ROTC’s senior enrollment officer at UNM. On top of being an eyesore, Sevigny said the current building is not c…
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Flooding swamps plumbers, home improvement stores

Mirror photo by Gary M. Baranec / Wade Hoover checks on one of the five sump pumps he used Monday to remove water from his Monument Street home in Hollidaysburg. While floodwaters might have slowed down some businesses, hardware stores and plumbing companies are keeping busy. The recent flooding and heavy rains have caused a couple of hardware stores to restock on supplies, while plumbers have had a lot of “residual business.” David Mallow of Mallow’s Hardware said he is making a trip to the store’s central distribution center in West Virginia on Monday to restock on supplies. “If we didn’t have the weather, this is typically a slow time,” Mallow said of the business. He described the weather as a game-changer and expects to potentially be busy with Tropical Storm Florence. Lowe’s Home Improve­ment experienced increasing traffic in certain store departments, assistant store manager Rich Dick said. He said customers have bought more cleaning and plumbing supplies, tarps and sump pumps. Dick added the sump pumps are “pretty much out of stock,” and the store had already ordered a second shipment of pumps. While business was slow the day of the recent flooding, Dick said it picked up after Monday. Mike Stewart, a plumbing and HVAC specialist at Caporuscio Plumbing and Heating Inc., said the company staff had a lot of upset customers that they couldn’t reach the day of the flooding because of closed roadways. He said he received many calls about flooded basements and no heat, but staff couldn’t respond to the calls right away. The days after the flooding, Stewart said the Caporuscio Plumbing staff was doing a “catch up” on customers who needed its services. Larry McAleer of McAleer’s Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning Inc. called Monday, the day of the flooding, the “busiest day of his 42-year career,” commenting on the “relentless” downpour. He said his business got calls from 5:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. on Sept. 10 from people who had floodwaters covering their heaters and furnaces in their homes. McAleer said his staff assisted people who have never experienced flooding in their residences until that day. Overnight paving on I-99 in Centre County continues STATE COLLEGE — PennDOT has announced that paving work will … GALLITZIN — Gallitzin officials may be able to receive free training to learn how to operate a pavement spreader, … From Mirror staff reports BEDFORD — The sched­uled sentencing on Fri­day of a man who allegedly sold drugs … Copyright © Altoona Mirror | http://www.altoonamirror.com | 301 Cayuga Ave., Altoona, PA 16602 | 814-946-7411 | Ogden Newspapers | The Nutting Company
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 Posted on : September 16, 2018
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