So what's the plan?
Fishing on the dock
Caught one - with presidential lips!
The Water Reel - Keeping our football field green for years
Tax notice for 132 Locust Street
Here's another one.
Also at 132 Locust: There was talk of opening this sidewalk, at a recent meeting. May as well forget that, though - for obvious reasons.
Here's where you fill the gas tank in a '56 Cadillac.
More found art down at the tracks, here and below
All decked out in patriotic attire
Compare and contrast with the preceding.
The historic Wright's Ferry Mansion
No need to storm Area 51. The visitors are here.
There's one now, all green and glowing - with a MAGA hat, no less.
Free blessing box on the 300 block of Walnut, courtesy of Deb Schleh, here and below:
A chop shop in a backyard?
A photographer photographing North 2nd
A surveyor surveying 4th & Locust.
Does that include the freedom of kids in cages?
Neighbors helping neighbors
Getting the goods
Digging on the 300 block of Avenue H
Dates and places for the school supply drive
Work continues at 401 Locust, here and below.
7 years . . .
We've been getting some heavy rains lately.
Even 401 flooded.
Afterwards, a rainbow
More work at 401
Cementing the deal
Museum Partners Condominium Association?
Get your car detailed on North 6th.
Big man on the job
Progression of the sign at AJ's Surplus Grocery at Columbia Plaza:
Washing the mowers
Here's something that can't just be washed away: ongoing mattress dumping on the 400 block of Avenue H.
A safety issue and a public health issue?
Not to mention an "attractive nuisance."
Columbia might soon be designated "Mattress City USA," if this keeps up.
And just to emphasize the point, here's another one on the 200 block of the same alley.
Rear-view of the dung-out work on the 100 block of Locust
Everyone has to start somewhere.
Nice paint job, but why was this permitted ...
... and this wasn't?
Mayflies - the dead and the dying
Speaking of mayflies, cyclists are actually using the mayfly bike rack at River Park.
Open for business - or nesting ...
This is where the black vultures were living before they "flew the coop."
Saturday, July 20th
Making a break for it
Poplar Street School Center for the Arts
The Canadian Armada
Alley cats: This is their turf.
Columbia - famous for its antiques
The Eagle has landed. Not yet, though. That'll be this Saturday, 50 years ago.
If you feel the need to escape . . .
SERVICE THROUGH PROGRESS on North 3rd
Yes, it has stopped.
Coming soon - or not at all?
Coming soon, most likely
Looking deep into 401 Locust
Do Lancaster police have jurisdiction here?
Please CONE again!
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