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CICERO — David M. Adams worked for himself for years, building and repairing communications equipment. He started the one-man shop as a home-based business, later rented space on Teall Avenue in Syracuse in the late 1980s, and then moved to a small building in an industrial park next to Hancock International Airport. He wasn’t always […]

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CICERO — David M. Adams worked for himself for years, building and repairing communications equipment. He started the one-man shop as a home-based business, later rented space on Teall Avenue in Syracuse in the late 1980s, and then moved to a small building in an industrial park next to Hancock International Airport. He wasn’t always […]

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