Sunday, April 5, 2020

Columbia's Susquehanna Glass Company is one of the businesses hoping for help from government loan program

Walter Rowen, president and owner of Susquehanna Glass Co. in Columbia, Pennsylvania told MarketWatch that as of Friday afternoon, the large regional bank that he works with was not accepting applications, though he hopes they will on Monday. "Hopefully there will be enough money left that you didn't have to be one of the very first to apply."

Rowen remains optimistic that the program will ultimately benefit his business and the broader economy by keeping workers attached to their employers, but he said he hoped the program will be updated to extend the June 30 deadline. Retailers compose the majority of his clients, and he's not sure they will need to be at full capacity by that date.

MORE:

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/small-business-owners-express-confusion-fear-over-federal-bailout-fund-2020-04-04 

About Town 4/5/2020

This week's photos of Columbia


Taco Nazi says,
"No tacos for you!" at Tacos to Go until further notice.

Morning light


A few more fog pictures from Monday morning...








 Sparrow peeking through

Cormorant and friend

Tall window on Locust

 Citizens are urged to.

 Tangled in the fly swatter

 Almost ready

 Saint Francis

There's been a lot of web activity lately. 
Spiders have been busy (here and below).




 Precautions at St. John's Herr Estate



 "Tree" o'clock

 Open

 Daffodils in a row

 A full supply of F-bombs

Speaking of "bombs"

 At the Marine Corps League headquarters

On Ironville Pike

 In bloom

 Out at Norwood

 An earth-sheltered domicile

 Suitable for anyone named Bilbo, Frodo, or Samwise

 Another F-bomb ready to go

 Lancaster Container on Bridge Street is OK to operate.

At the town square . . . 
Flowers made from silverware (here and below)







And a new butt holder has been placed.

 Free stuff . . .
Capitalists don't want people to get free stuff.

 Surprise!

 Resting

 Aware

 EXPAWLORER

 The Easter Bunny was surveying the area to determine whether or not he'll be here next week.

 Four towers and an evergreen

 Structures

 Woodpecker on high

 Loose doggos at Laurel Hill Cemetery

 In case of emergency

 Love trumps hate.

 Semi-feral feline on Locust

 Folks still aren't getting it.

Central PA Food Bank truck at Columbia Presbyterian

 Workers unloading supplies there

 Palm Sunday

 Morning song

Despite the note . . .

 People dump stuff anyway.

Photographer at work

 Turkey vulture . . . waiting . . .