Thanks to the generous donation by local
philanthropist H. P.Waters , this somewhat decrepit but still
inhabitable building (which is located adjacent to the bowling
alley) is now the home of Hot Mont & Homoco research.
Maintaining the HMS 2000 central location in downtown Cutting
was always a concern to the research team, and now they can rest
easy in their new home - at least till the cold weather comes.
All of the research equipment has been moved in, as well as
music restoration expert Dr. DuFwinque's audio lab.
DuFwinque (a.k.a Harry Peters) was displaced
in 2002 when the Everhard pencil factory in Latrobe, Pa
shuttered it's doors. He had been working unsuccessfully out of
a tool shed behind the Lowville Super Shattco mega store for the
past couple of years. With this new turn of events, there is
once again hope of a fully restored Hot Mont audio library.
(above is the old location of the research
center- enter by the side door, pass the storage closet into
the boiler room)
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