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Re: Changing location
antedeluvian   2/9/2014 3:29:58 PM

I must admit that our move pales in comparason to the ones you are tal;king about. Nevertheless there are many frustrations, especially if the logistics haven't been well thought out. In our case we moved from a location where we were renting space within another organization to one that we own. So issues like stocking the bathrooms, kitchen, picking up the garbage and snowplowing were all new to us and someone has to look after that, but who? That is to say nothing about the responsibilty for the layout, fitting existing furniture iton that space, redeploying partitions, storage space and on and on. It didn't help that the guy organizing this first had bypass surgery and then a detached retina slap dab in the middle of all the preparations.

We are about 50% done with another 90% to go.

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