Wednesday, September 29, 2021

Midweek Update - Wednesday, September 29, 2021

Recent photos of Columbia 

Amish on the roof

New sign at the DAC

There it is on the right.

New lettering, too.

There it is, above the doorway.


Work is still proceeding on the apartment building at the bottom of Locust Street.
Some developers really know how to get their construction projects off the ground.

But in the process, someone removed one of the streetlights.

And on the lamppost is a borough sign that got mangled.

Here's the wiring that was connected to the streetlight.

In the process of removing the streetlight, someone "knocked out" electricity to other lights on the block, according to a resident who witnessed the event a few weeks ago. The resident then contacted PPL. The non-functioning lampposts are now marked with yellow tape until the problem is addressed. The photo above shows one such lamppost, with a fuse attached under the tape.

Out at the Columbia Plaza, work was still being done at the new ATM station.

Across the street at the former Union Community Bank building (921 Lancaster Avenue), 
this guy was taking photos of the blank sign there. A Majik appliance store has been proposed for the site, as Columbia Spy reported HERE.

There was a time when people didn't fly flags with the F-word on the back of pickup trucks.

At 5th & Cherry: There's something in that window.

Here's a minion on South 4th.

Cooper's Comics on the 400 block of Locust Street is moving next door.

He did WHAT?

And finally - This here's bear country.

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