Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Beating the heat

Different people found different ways to beat the heat this afternoon at Columbia River Park, by:

Wading . . .



Splashing . . .





Rafting . . .



And Teeing off . . .


10 comments:

  1. You can do all of that and more, you just can't park your vehicle in the majority of the spaces! Unless of course you have a boat trailer.

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  2. That's good, first the place is a boat launch second it's a trail head for a path with plenty of other parking around.

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  3. Take out the boat ramp , those days are over ! , Boater's can put in atWrightsville and Long Level, Columbia is clean and green !

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  4. Over and over,,,,
    The spaces are abused!!!!
    Charge and document!
    Generate income.
    We already lost the cottage income, and still no sewer answee, GREEN?

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  5. The sign just says "trailer". So feel free to park there with a dump trailer, utility trailer, car carrier, etc.

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  6. The lot designated for three months of the year as "vehicle with trailer" parking was constructed with PA Fish & Boat funds. The monies for that funding came from boat registration. Anyone launching from the ramp, either powered, canoe, kayak needs to be registered with PA Fish & Boat to legally use the launch from the designated lot. As to loosing revenue from the "cottages", the Borough did not receive income directly from the owners since Safe Harbor owned the ground. Taxes should now be paid thru the cottage owners association.

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  7. Why can't anyone ever be positive about anything. Wow. Maybe it could be the attitude that sets the tone and not the crap some people are always whining about. This is a beautiful and great place to live and most people, instead of enjoying what is here they whine and moan about what's not here and the things they have the ability to change but choose not to by not participating oh and using the grand old excuse "Eh no one will do anything about it anyway" as a shield for why no one participates in advocating for the changes they want. It's all in the attitude love what you got and more will come.

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  8. Had Columbia kept the land we could have generated income just like Safe Harbor did!
    Sewer Hookups now? Reassessment and Taxes!

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  9. cooling off???? There are NO SWILLING signs. As usual, the boro does NOT follow thru on ALL the many many things it should. Imagine that.

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  10. you mean NO SWIMMING signs???? ENFORCE what's on the books.

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