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I am looking for information regarding the historical building, 586 Mullan's Store. I would like to purchase an artist's rendition of this address. I am hoping that you will be able to assist. Thank you,
Kathlien Tozzi
(416) 933-2587 Fax (416) 866-2887

Kathlien Tozzi <>
- Wednesday, October 26, 2005 at 19:58:26 (EST)

I am a fire patch collector and have been collecting fire patches for three years. I have patches from all over the world in my collection. I have patches from Spain, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Switzerland, Philippines, Netherlands, Canada, Australia, Unites States and others countries. I am listed as a good patch collector at the web site: (Spain) (Canada) (France)
I am a fire technician for the City of Durham Fire Department. It is a municipal department for a population over 200,000 people. The Durham Fire Department has serves an area over 100 square miles. The fire department employs over 287 personnel, with 90% in fire operations. The City of Durham Fire Department is the fourth largest municipal department in North Carolina, USA and has an Insurance Service Organization (ISO) rating of 3*.
* Responds to over 17,000 emergency calls with an average response time of four minutes or less during the year
* Responds within six minutes with a full commitment of qualified firefighters to all automatic alarms, structure fires, and other emergency call for service
* Completes over 3500 community service activities a year
* Provided fire prevention education to over 153,000 people in 2002
* Has 14 Engine and four Ladder Companies, three Squads, and one Mobile Support Unit
* Participates in the North Carolina, USA Task Force 8 Urban Search and Rescue Team

We operate out of fourteen fire stations with two new stations that are planned to be built within the next year. We have fourteen engine companies, four ladder companies, three squad units that responds to ALS calls, three battalion chiefs per shift, with three rotating shifts, a haz-mat team, tactical rescue and swift water team. My ladder company runs structure fire calls, extrication, and we are part of the swift water and tactical rescue teams; we also have high and low angle equipment on each ladder company. Last year my company ran over 1,300 calls. I come from a multi-company station located on the Westside of the City of Durham. We cover Duke University, North Carolina School of Math and Science, many shopping malls, two major hospitals, and many residential and commercial businesses. Station 2 has an Engine, Ladder, Squad and Battalion Chief, with a total of 12 personnel per shift assigned to station # 2. We work 24 hours on, 24 hours off unit we complete a 5 day cycle then we have a 6 day break. We work a total of 10 days a month. Listed below is information about the City of Durham Fire Department, I hope that you will enjoy the web-site. I hope that we can trade fire patches, please e-mail me for a trade at .

Thank you and stay safe.
Douglas Sasser
2009 W.B. Clark Road
Creedmoor, North Carolina, U.S.A.

Douglas Sasser <>
- Saturday, September 17, 2005 at 19:49:39 (EST)

HI there I spent my summer hols in Hudson in '62 staying with my counsins Martin, Christopher and Rosemary Jones. Anybody still in touch with Lorraine Rowell, Leigh Gray, Betsy Brett, Dave Casso, Johnny Vila and all the others who made it all such a treat? All the best Alan Henry
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CMO 7NX, Essex UK - Thursday, August 25, 2005 at 14:59:55 (EDT)
Hello Hudsonites, I orginally moved to Quebec to learn french. A friend of mine was living near Hudson so I moved in with her family and worked at the local IGA. I started to notice that most people in Hudson spoke English. So I thought working in a bar would expose me to more french. I used to work at the Willow Inn and Cosmic Hands. The most famous person I tried to serve was Pierre Trudeau who was on a date with a local girl (and his body guards). It was a quiet night and I was so nervous to wait on our Prime Minister, at the time, that Rosemary took care of it for me. Has anyone seen Rosemary or Helen? There's no place like Hudson. Brenda
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georgetown, ontario Canada - Wednesday, August 17, 2005 at 18:16:45 (EDT)