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First Unitarian Universalist Society
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Vermont Gas - Press Releases
www.vermontgas.com, 11 May 2004 [cached]
said Bob Furrer, director of Shelburne Museum Buildings & Grounds Department.
Town of Shelburne | October 2003
www.shelburnevt.org, 1 Oct 2003 [cached]
OTHERS PRESENT: Dorothea Penar, Joyce Errecart, Emily Morrow, Robert Furrer, Bill Rockford, Dick Reid, George Schiavone, Jim Limanek.
Bob Furrer, Shelburne Museum representative, read a position statement from the Museum's Board of Trustees.
OTHERS PRESENT: Elaine Dates, Arthur Kunin, Lourette Allis, Donna DeForge, Andy Racine, Beth Wulfson, Andy Simmons, Chris Davis, Ellen London, Alec Webb, Margaret Bouchard, Donald Hay, Joan Forgays, Jessica Ennis, Kevin O'Brien, Gail Henderson-King, Dorothea Penar, Joyce Errecart, Jackie Errecart, Emily Morrow, Hope Alswang, Crea Lintilac, Robert Furrer, Ray L'Esperance, Linda L'Esperance, Sue Davis (Shelburne News), and others.
Mr. Furrer, Shelburne Museum representative, also expressed concern events were moving along rapidly without sufficient information.
Testimonials - Buss Lighting
busslighting.com, $reference.date [cached]
Bob Furrer, Facilities Manager, First Unitarian Universalist Society Burlington
www.shelburnenews.com, 22 Sept 2010 [cached]
Following his 36-year career in the position of director of building and grounds at Shelburne Museum, longtime Shelburne resident Bob Furrer made a decision a few years ago.
He was not ready to "retire.
Burlington Free Press.com | Local/Vermont
www.burlingtonfreepress.com, 23 May 2006 [cached]
"It's better than I thought," said Bob Furrer, Shelburne Museum buildings and grounds director."A lot of the poles are lower so visibility from the events field and the Ticonderoga are less impacted.I'm encouraged by this dialog."
The interactive computer program allowed the view to zoom from one location to another.Furrer asked the program operator to show the view from "blanket level" on the Shelburne Museum events field, while Dorothea Penar, a member of the Shelburne VELCO committee, asked to see the "street view," which simulated the view of the power lines for someone walking or driving along Harbor Road.