Wednesday, December 05, 2007

New Office, the good...

We are moving into our new office. It is located right behind the Dupont Branch of the Allen County Public Library. It is located at 450 E Dupont Rd, Fort Wayne, IN, 46825. It is about a mile and a half from our house...

We purchased 1/4 of an office "condo." The other 3/4 is available and can be built out. The other units can be purchased or leased...

There were a few very minor hiccups; however, the people involved in constructing the building did a very good job; specifically:

John Rogers was the Developer and he did a good job.
Chris Reed at BND was the go-between and she coordiated the project and she did an awesome job.
E&V Construction was the General Contractor and they did a good job as well.
Troy Teimschisel (Sperry Van Ness) did a good job as well.

I would recommend that if you are looking to purchase a commericail building or to build one that you consider the above poeple they all did a good job!

I often find that I am writing about negative things on this blog; and I am trying to write about "good" things as well...

Mike Sylvester

No comments:

Search This Blog

Alfie Evans

1. When a doctor says A and a parent says B, I tend to go with what the doctor says. Usually the doctors are right. After reviewing Alfie...

Blog Archive


Brgd. General Anthony Wayne US Continental Army


My blog is worth $11,855.34.
How much is your blog worth?


About Commenting

Keep it clean and relevant to the post. If you have a question that isn't related to a recent post, email me at . You can also email me if you want to make an anonymous comment.


Per the by-laws of the Libertarian Party of Allen County, the Chair is the official spokesperson of LPAC in all public and media matters.

Posts and contributions expressed on this forum, while being libertarian in thought and intent, no official statement of LPAC should be derived or assumed unless specifically stated as such from the Chair, or another Officer of the Party acting in his or her place, and such statements are always subject to review.