Monday, March 18, 2019

Columbia Borough Deeds Recorded March 18, 2019

Columbia Borough

Christina E. Walk conveyed 1144 Locust St. to Carsten Management LLC for $90,320.

Elwood N. Earhart Revocable Living Trust and Elwood N. Earhart conveyed property on a public road to Valley View Capital LLC for $140,000.

Randy Lee Leonard, Paula A. Cabrera and Paula A. Leonard conveyed 1221 Central Ave. to CNA Construction LLC for $120,000.

John D. Reitzel, John K. Reitzel and Mary Lou Reitzel conveyed property on Maple Street to Mary Lou Reitzel for $1.

Peter Geltz conveyed 806 Plane St. to Tyler A. Stark for $68,500.

Dane A. Kraft conveyed 658 Plane St. to Revolutionary Performance Marketing LLC for $34,220.

Bradley E. Emig and Laura L. Emig conveyed 210 S. Fifth St. to Loyalty 1St Real Estate LLC for $25,000.

Nagwan N. Ayoub and Medhat S. Eskandar conveyed 316 N. Third St. to Hilary K. Gears for $127,000.

Job Fair at the Columbia Library, March 19 & 26, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Sunday, March 17, 2019

About Town 3/17/19

This week's photos from around Columbia
(Tap/click on photos for larger, clearer images.)

 Plate removal

 Let's hope someone killed the power.

 Commemorative brick?

 More found art

 New or vintage?

 Fallen angel

 Bar, and its partner . . .



Navy flag, right next to the apostrophe abuse

 Here's a closer look.

 Illuminated vase

 Go in the back way, ladies. It's not proper for a respectable lady to be seen entering a hotel through the front door.

 Wall marker

 Up, up, and away!

 Tracks looking for a vanishing point

 Power poodles
(Can you find the cat?

 A horse is a horse, of course, of course - unless it's a statue.

Proud and mighty star at Laurel Hill

 Showing signs of age. Rumor has it, repairs will be done this summer.

 Auf wiedersehen, for now

 The former Poplar Street School - located on . . . which street?

 Hopefully it's empty.

 Mating forklifts?

 Ready for summer - or winter?

 And if someone needs to access this box quickly?

 Soon to be the home of K.T. Graham

 Along the side: a temporary shelter?

 In Columbia parlance: a "burn barrel"

 Signs of decay

 There are many of these markers around town. Most of them contain +s. This one has a -.

 Break out the muzzle!

 Sign of spring

 Dirt-filled pot on a chair - 
What about it?


 As in - never?

 Lucky folks

 Fire at the bottom of Manor Street, also known as the sun

Places downtown


 One guy in the hole with three "advisors" watching

 The opposite of the universal gesture

 A bit out of town, but this is what happens when reality doesn't agree with expectations.

 Out for a walk

 Sidewalk work

 Memorial graffiti where he was lost May 7, 2010

 Hurt fence post

 Notice of eviction

 409 Walnut

 Meanwhile at 433 Walnut - four mailboxes and a Knox Box

 Sticker shock!

 Soon to be for sale on Chestnut

 Billowing across the bridge

 Heavenly horse?

 Yellow submarine?

 The fence along Linden that was damaged by high winds a few weeks ago - now secured with washline rope. What could go wrong?

 More signs of life at CMX (formerly Colonial Metals)

 Movin' out?

Pilin' up?

 More contributions to Mattress City, USA, aka Columbia

 This one's been in Avenue I for close to two months.

 More of the same

 Here's a couple of sofas.

 Here's one on Locust.

 This is right across the street on Locust.

 Down at the Living Stones operation . . . 

 Sacks of stones

 Sacks and sacks of stones

Canada geese and tundra swans traveling together

 More traffic troubles on the 300 block of Cherry
[Submitted photo]

[Submitted photo]