Big pile of goodies on E 7th

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Janetd
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Big pile of goodies on E 7th

Post by Janetd » Fri Feb 18, 2011 10:05 pm

Sorry, did not know where to post this. Looks like SRG may have cleaned out their carpentry shop at 7th & Market. There's a big pile of stuff and I saw a number of full lengths of trim - window moulding and screen stop, I think (it was dark). Also miscellaneous cabinet parts. I will try to remember to call Phil tomorrow also.

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Re: Big pile of goodies on E 7th

Post by jbm32206 » Sat Feb 19, 2011 6:11 am

I'll swing by this morning, but I'd venture to say that by now, it's already been picked through...but thanks for giving the heads up on it ;)
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Re: Big pile of goodies on E 7th

Post by Gloria » Sat Feb 19, 2011 7:14 am

Janetd wrote:Sorry, did not know where to post this. Looks like SRG may have cleaned out their carpentry shop at 7th & Market. There's a big pile of stuff and I saw a number of full lengths of trim - window moulding and screen stop, I think (it was dark). Also miscellaneous cabinet parts. I will try to remember to call Phil tomorrow also.

May be useful for a future Make It Happen project.
Thanks Janet!
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Re: Big pile of goodies on E 7th

Post by jbm32206 » Sat Feb 19, 2011 12:02 pm

It had already been picked through pretty good by the time I got by this morning...although there was still some molding
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