Sunday, July 10, 2022

About Town - July 10, 2022

 Recent photos of Columbia

(Click/tap on photos to see larger, sharper images.)

Two of the original light fixtures from the Veterans Memorial Bridge
(Sahd Salvage)

Items for sale on the 1100 block of Lancaster Avenue

Scaffolding at the entrance to Glatfelter's

Suitable for drag racing?





One of five kittens ready for adoption from the Columbia Cat Action Team (CCAT)

We got some heavy downpours this past week.

At a grocery store in Lititz

Sidewalk art?

Storage trailers at the high school

Progress on the water intake project near Columbia River Park

Commemorating Juneteenth

Break time


What happened to the signs?

They were there last week.

Another diabolical plan by Norman Osborn?

When it's left in this position, it becomes an attractive nuisance.

Squash plant with a visitor inside


Here's a sign to tell you to comply with the signs.

This one's not looking too healthy.

This hole in the ground is all that's left of a former commercial building at 511 Avenue N. It was one of several properties in the area that were demoed recently. According to the Lancaster County Redevelopment Authority, the hole will be filled in to match the parking lot, and residents will be allowed to use the space. LCRA is keeping the property and leaving options open for the future.

This is what it once looked like (here and below).


"The weeds are as high as an elephant's eye
And it looks like they're climbing clear up to the sky."
(NOT Rodgers and Hammerstein)

Columbia is a Tree City USA, but it's still on its way to becoming a Weed City USA.


The angel's companion

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