Monday, August 8, 2022

Revised Agenda - Columbia Borough Council Meeting - August 9, 2022

 




Deeds Recorded - Columbia Borough - August 8, 2022

Todd M. Kramer and Diana L. Kramer conveyed 482 Manor St. to Richard J. Rouleau for $123,000.

La 137 Locust LLC conveyed property on Locust Street to Cimarron Investments LLC for $650,000.

Deborah Holmes conveyed property on Blunston Street to Sean Martin for $180,000.

Jennifer Kelly conveyed 1245 Staman Lane to John D. Lutz for $165,000.

Joan F. Leuck conveyed 437 Maple St. to Teresa A. Rupp for $215,000.

Sunday, August 7, 2022

About Town - August 7, 2022

Recent photos of Columbia

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


Heron leaving the scene

He had just gotten done with a fish breakfast and coffee.

He was a lot cleaner than the lazy fisherman who left this mess under the bridge.

Bunting at the Locust Street Park gazebo

Flowers and ants

Family outing?

Made in the shade

Yet another bridge pic

At the entrance to CVS

A cat hanging around the alley but not necessarily an alley cat

Back at the coffer dam

An office chair in the shade. 
This must be where the supervisor sits and watches everyone else work.

River real estate

The US Geological Survey was hanging around this week.

There's their logo.

They were out on one of the piers, lying down on the job.
But what was the job?

It seemed to have something to do with whatever this box is.

Meanwhile at Holy Trinity Cemetery

This is the entrance to the building shown above, which is a chapel.
It's supposedly open only on November 2 - All Soul's Day.

Here's a look around back.

And a closer look at the window

Two grave markers stand next to it.

Here's one of them.

This mausoleum was placed in Holy Trinity Cemetery in November 2020.

Complete with lions, here . . .

and here.

There's a stained glass window in the back.

Here's what it looks like from the inside.


This mausoleum is in Mount Bethel Cemetery.

Here's a peek inside.

This one's at Mount Bethel, also.

And a look inside.

Also at the cemetery - Is this a pickup or a delivery?


Friday, August 5, 2022

The Columbia Borough Police Department is hiring police officers

The Columbia Borough Police Department hires through the Lancaster County Chiefs of Police Association Cooperative Hiring Consortium. Please see the attached flyers for information regarding an upcoming Application Workshop and Police Officer Exam. Sign-up deadline for the 9/10/22 Exam is 8/27/22. Source: Columbia Borough Police Department

Sourced via CRIMEWATCH®: https://lancaster.crimewatchpa.com/columbiapd/10552/post/columbia-borough-police-department-hiring-police-officers




Agenda - Columbia Borough Council Meeting - August 9, 2022

 

Download the meeting packet HERE.

Thursday, August 4, 2022

Columbia Crossing hosts 2nd International Postcard Art Exhibit



Columbia Crossing is currently hosting Create Columbia's 2nd International Postcard Art Exhibit.

Create Columbia is inviting regional and international artists to submit their original, hand-created postcards. Submissions will be displayed at Columbia Crossing, 41 Walnut Street, from August 2 to September 1, 2022. Viewing hours are Tue-Fri: 10am-5pm / Sat & Sun: 9am-6pm.

Members of the public may bid on postcards via the process of a "silent auction." There is a minimum bid of $5. Bids may be in $1 increments beyond the initial minimum bid.

Instructions:
Carefully turn postcards over to view the address side.

On the bid chart:
  1. Print the assigned number of the postcard you are interested in
  2. For your best chance to win, offer the highest bid you can afford.
  3. So we can contact you about your win, clearly print your name & email address. We will include simple payment instructions when we inform you of your winning bid.
*CC does not share personal information with anyone.

The public is invited to a closing reception at Columbia Crossing on Thursday, September 1, 2022, from 5 pm until 8 pm.





info@createcolumbia.org/www.createcolumbia.org/facebook.com/createcolumbia

Summer Reading Field Trip to Sahd's - Friday, August 5

 


Wednesday, August 3, 2022

Miniature horse sworn into Quarryville Police Department as 'Community Relations Specialist'

"Sparky the Shark" is the Take & Make for August at the Library

 


Revised Agenda - Columbia Borough Council Work Session - August 4, 2022

 


Susan Lance to be new CareerLink rep at the Library, starting August 10

Details: 

Find Out Who Pooped in the Park - Wednesday, August 3, at the Library

 


Columbia holds National Night Out

 

Chief Jack Brommer apprehends Pastor Dave Powers for National Night Out's Jail 'n' Bail. "Prisoners" get released when attendees donate school supplies for Columbia schools.