May 16 2003 SILT 4 The siltcast crew experiments

first_imgMay 16, 2003SILT 4: The siltcast crew experiments with the paints that will be used on the lightscoop panel. To paint on fine sand is not as easy as it looks. A bit of practice will come in handy. [Photo & text: sa] Construction crew member Buck Hazzard and workshopper Robert Clyde test different consistencies of paint mix on the little mock-up panel. [Photo & text: sa] Crewleader Eli Michael and workshoppers Robert Clyde and Bethany Erfouth. [Photo & text: sa] Robert and Beth sift more silt to complete the form. [Photo & text: sa] The crew built a small form to protect the rebar curl from concrete. [Photo & text: sa] This little spider-looking detail is an attachement for a weldplate. There are four of these on this panel. These are the attachments by which the panel will eventually be lifted into place. [Photo & text: sa] Eli installs one of the weldplates on the form. Next will be painting of the design onto the silt and the pour. To be continued. [Photo & text: sa]last_img read more

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Rep Calley posts perfect voting record in 2017

first_img Categories: Calley News 28Dec Rep. Calley posts perfect voting record in 2017 State Rep. Julie Calley did not miss any votes during the 2017 legislative session.According to MichiganVotes.org, Calley cast all 511 record roll-call votes, joining 84 of her colleagues with perfect attendance this year.“The people I serve are hardworking and dedicated and my record should reflect that,” said Calley, of Portland. “I am pleased to report that I cast every committee vote as well. It has been a sincere privilege to serve our local communities over the past year.”last_img read more

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