Monday, September 9, 2019

Columbia gets a promising vision for borough's next chapter [opinion] | Editorials |


There are big ideas being bandied about in Columbia. The Urban Land Institute has proposed a series of small and large initiatives for the borough that include an anchor hotel, a pocket park, the designation of a town square, bike racks and "dramatic changes to pedestrian and vehicle traffic to direct tourists to shops and hikers to the Susquehanna River and its network of scenic trails," LNP's Junior Gonzalez reported for Thursday's edition. The ideas are generating positive feedback from residents, business owners and elected officials, some of whom have their own thoughts to add to the mix.


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