Recent photos from around Columbia
Bumblebee butt-deep in glory
Hotel Columbia built 1892.
What will be its fate?
Must have been red.
The town needs more of these for smokers to deposit their butts instead of littering.
Decorative brickwork on a chimney on the 500 block of Locust
Ghost sign near Plane Street
This building was also a tobacco warehouse about 40 years ago.
Now it's the Wagon Werks Apartments.
Checking out Old Glory
That's a mighty steep hill to mow.
Something disturbing is happening here.
Friday, September 8
There was an after-school disturbance at 7th & Walnut involving about 40 school kids. Several departments responded to quell the chaos.
Since then, extra personnel, including code enforcement officers, were assigned to monitor the area.
On the run
Baby on board
The eagle has not landed.
(One of two that were flying together.)
Pineapple on the roof of NAWCC
Spying the Spy
Hang in there, Baby - Friday's coming.
Someone cracked Rose's window last week.
It's right through those doors.
Cats conspiring in Avenue H
Praying mantis dining on a cicada.
Nature can be merciless - and disgusting!
Underside of the sky
There's never time to do it right, but there's always time to do it over.
All by his lonesome
Raising the flag
Tying it off
Borough Ordinance:It shall be unlawful for any persons to engage in operating a skateboard, skates or scooter or to ride upon or propel any skateboard, scooter or skates at any time upon the following roadways, and the corresponding curbs and sidewalks located adjacent thereto, all within the Borough of Columbia:
[Amended 4-14-2008 by Ord. No. 789]
Locust Street from Second Street to Fifth Street;
Third Street from Cherry to Walnut Street
Fourth Street from Cherry to Walnut Street;
State Route 441; and
State Route 462.
The ordinance was recently amended to include hoverboards.
It's not Groundhog Day - yet, there he is.
Bigger on the inside
The chameleon circuit must have gotten fixed.
Anywhere in time and space
Fuming at the mouth
The government did away with No Child Left Behind, and look what happened.
Anyone who attended Columbia High School knows THE HILL.
We're told a hawk got inside here this past Saturday, and Mass had to be held across the street.
Falcon Properties Holdings is requesting special exception(s) and/or variance(s) to convert a residential property into an independent living home at 108 S. Fourth Street in a High Density Residential (HDR) zoned district.