Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Special Council Meeting Tuesday, December 20, 2016

LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that a Special Meeting of Columbia Borough Council will be held in conjunction with the monthly Public Works Committee Meeting on Tuesday, December 20, 2016, at 6:00pm in the Borough Hall, 308 Locust Street, Columbia, PA, to discuss the 2017 meeting schedule and any other Borough business. If you are a person with a disability wishing to attend and require an accommodation to participate in the meeting, please contact the Borough Office at 684-2467. Gregory Sahd Borough Manager

[This notice was published HERE on Lancaster Online, but at the time of this posting does not appear on the borough's website.  No meeting agenda available.]


  1. Hope they discuss how to run the system abusers, slum lords and criminals out of the Boro.
    We've had enough! Day after day honest residents endure harrassment, vandalism and still choose to live in the Boro. Now do something Boro Council for the homeowners!

  2. The council only does what they think is best for them not for the people of the town saw the coffee club was at Cles yesterday we do know what you are doing even though you think we don't

  3. Oh trust me, they are at the Coffee House more than anyone realizes it.
    Wonder when they will fix his sidewalk, OUT OF CONTROL

  4. Seriously, the whole "Coffee Club" thing is getting old. Grow up!

  5. Explain your comment please?
    The Coffee Club needs to grow up and look out for Columbia!

  6. The experience of this Borough Council is in question. Their mentality is to do whatever they want and they structure Columbia they see fit. Problem is they are poor business people with only their agenda in mind for the Borough of Columbia. Remember, conducting borough business without consulting with other council members is a violation. Maybe this is why Stephanie Weisser most of the time voted Nay, and the rest said Yea! Or was she looking out for the taxpayers and NOT a personal agenda. Get the vote out in 2017 with new faces and new ideas that count for the citizen.