Thursday, August 6, 2020

$50 reward offered for recovery of missing kitten



 A $50 reward is being offered for the recovery of a missing kitten in Columbia. She went missing in the area of 3rd and Union at 1 a.m. Tuesday and was wearing an orange collar with a bell. If found, contact 717-209-2732 or 717-446-2231

Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Lancaster County will not open police communications for public listening, commissioners decide

Lancaster County will not open up police communications for the public to hear, the Board of Commissioners decided on Tuesday.

Commissioner Craig Lehman, who pushed for reversing the 2017 decision to encrypt police communications, made a final effort to compromise by advancing a plan that would allow a 30-minute delay before the communications would become public.

Commissioners Josh Parsons and Ray D'Agostino ultimately believed the argument that encryption protects officers and the public's private information outweighed Lehman's argument that allowing the public to listen would promote transparency and good police-public relations.

MORE:

https://lancasteronline.com/news/local/lancaster-county-will-not-open-police-communications-for-public-listening-commissioners-decide/article_6e7a7640-d6d4-11ea-ab97-8bc74b380ede.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=email&utm_campaign=user-share 

Sunday, August 2, 2020

About Town 8/2/2020

This week's photos of Columbia


Bike brigade

 Ghost Tours on Locust

 Time for a change

 Brush up on your holds

 Sunflowers on display

 Someone got the boot.

 Vehicle counter at the bottom of Locust

 Looking through Living Stones on Front Street

 Limit on personal freedom or just a good idea?

At the Tomato Barn
(Washington Boro)

Playing chicken
(Washington Boro)


Here are a few from Todd Stahl:

 The white cliffs of Conoy,
overlooking the Susquehanna River

 Borough worker Jimmy Jones on the job

Rail trail, Columbia Borough Highway Department trimming weeds along the trail.

 Further up the trail

Women for Trump on Staman's Lane

PSP in town for the rally

The light at the end of the tunnel

Friday, July 31, 2020

Agenda - Columbia Borough Council Work Session - August 6, 2020


Download the 63-page council packet HERE.

Columbia Life Network is hosting School Supply Drive


Columbia Life Network is once again holding our annual School Supply Drive to support students of Columbia Borough School District and Our Lady of the Angels school.

Collection boxes are located at Columbia Life Network, 18 South 4th Street and the Columbia Borough School District Administrative Center, 200 North 5th Street. If any local businesses or organizations would like a collection box please email jamie@columbilifenetwork.org to coordinate.

Items needed are a bit different than usual so please see the list provided on the flyer below and financial donations are welcome either by mail or in person at Columbia Life Network.

Please share this post and thank you for supporting our students!