As Harry wrote earlier today…
“At 11:50 today the fuel tank departed the property never to be seen again. I will send pictures later. RT says it will be about a month before we see a bill because he has to wait for the soil sample results to come back. He sees nothing to be concerned about though – there was no sign of leakage.”
Well the club’s largest liability is off the site. Just waiting on the resulting soil test and fingers cross we are good. The soil looked clean and the tank held it’s 400 gallons for how many years so that looks promising. Both Harry and I were surprised at the depth of the tank, it also took RT aback, the bottom was darn near 7 feet down. Below is the link to the Gallery of her being removed. Just some work on resetting the fence posts and we are good to go.
You are cordially invited to attend Lancaster County Emergency Management Amateur Radio Conference on April 9th starting at 7 PM with a “meet and greet” beginning 5 PM with accompanying food. The conference will be held at the Lancaster County Training Center, 101 Champ Blvd, Manheim PA 17545. Representatives from the County, PEMA, SCTF and ARRL will be presenting. If you wish to attend, please fill out the form at this URL link: http://www.lancema.us/races-reg.php
Registration is required so we have an accurate count for food. If you have further questions or address change information, please send to firstname.lastname@example.org 73, — Phil Theis, K3TUF
The 2013 April SPARC BOD meeting on April 9th, has been cancelled to avoid conflict with the LEMA sponsored EMCOMM conference. –SPARC BOD