Saturday, July 18, 2015

Troubadour serenades at River Park

This troubadour serenaded passers-by at River Park Thursday evening, when the weather was mild.  Unfortunately, heat and humidity are forecast to rise today and tomorrow, leading to a sweltering weekend.

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  1. JUST READ COLUMBIA NEWS AND REVIEWS. the Boro Council committee mtg of the whole on Monday July 27 at 6 pm is a "PUBLIC MEETING ON THE BUILDING OF THE SEWER TRANSFER STATION AND MAIN LINE THAT LASA WILL BE BUILDING. I FOR ONE CAN NOT UNDERSTAND THAT THIS IS OK....BEINGS THE ENTIRE AREA WAS INDIAN LAND. I CAN NOT IMAGINE THAT THERE AREN'T ANY ARTIFACTS OR BURIAL GROUNDS........

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  2. PLEASE TURN OFF YOUR CAPS LOCK. I FOR ONE CAN NOT UNDERSTAND WHY SOME THINK THAT IT IS OK TO TYPE LIKE THIS....

    This entire area was Indian land. Sorry, but time and progress march on.

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  3. I hope that the contractors doing the digging are sensitive to any items they may uncover and turn them over to the historic society promptly.

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  4. sorry but time and progress move on????? surely you jest. IT"S HISTORY FOOL. i hope they are watched closely by a group of concerned citizens.

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  5. So go watch them you fool.

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  6. I ACTUALLY WORK FOR A LIVING..FULL TIME TOO.

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  7. CONGRATULATIONS. ME TOO. CAN WE STOP WITH THE CAPITAL LETTERS ALREADY?

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