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Richard T. Kosier

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Gaylordsville Historical Society

HQ Phone:  (860) 350-0300

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Gaylordsville Historical Society

P.O. Box 25

Gaylordsville, Connecticut,06755

United States

Company Description

Local Historical Society and Museum. The society cares for the last operating One-Room Schoolhouse in the State of Connecticut 1740-1967, and Brown's Forge a fully equipped blacksmith shop. The society provides a scholarship to Gaylordsville, CT students. ...more

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www.newstimes.com

"The fire department gave the Coverts a lot of business," said Richard Kosier, a volunteer firefighter and president of the Gaylordsville Historical Society.


www.gaylordsville.org [cached]

President : Richard Kosier


gaylordsville.org [cached]

Richard Kosier, president of the Gaylordsville Historical Society, said he couldn't bring himself to go to the site Tuesday night.
"I just think it was a great landmark," he said, adding that the tree was a "special place" in Gaylordsville. Kosier said the historical society may have a ceremony honoring the tree.


www.newstimes.com

Gaylordsville Historical Society President Richard Kosier's opinion on the proposal differs from Covert's.
Kosier sees it as a plus for the community and a sign of progress. "The tower at the fire department is for public safety," Kosier said. "I spoke for a tower there at the Siting Council hearings when the fire department proposed one in 2007." "All the pay phones are gone. Technology has to go forward," Kosier added.


www.spectrum.newmilford.com [cached]

Thanks to Joan Brothers for her splendid sign-making, and to Rich Kosier, Gaylordsville Historical Society president, for setting up a web site for the purchase of tickets.A special thank you goes to all the area newspapers who gave this event great coverage, including The Greater New Milford Spectrum, The New Milford Times, the Sherman Sentinel, and others.Committee members representing the various community organizations were Kay and Al Stietzel, Mary Jane Williamson, Rich Kosier, Bob DeBoy, Mark Estabrooks and Barbara Thorland.


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