In Everyday Living, In Columbia, Opportunities, People on June 13, 2015 at 7:11 am
Today, Columbia’s Salem United Church of Christ will be “recognized by the Central Penn Conference of UCC as an Open and Affirming (known as ONA) congregation. That includes the full inclusion of LGBT persons in the church’s life and ministry.” Read this article in today’s LNP – Always Lancaster.
In Education, Everyday Living, In Columbia, Opportunities on June 10, 2015 at 6:23 am
July 21st – List Rentals for Free Training in Columbia
Join us on July 21st from 7PM-8:30PM at Turkey Hill Experience Center where landlords will learn how to list rentals on LHOP’s Rental Housing Search Engine – Lancaster County’s free and reliable place for landlords and tenants to list and locate rental housing.
Did we mention that all you can eat ice cream and tea is included at this free event?
Click here to register for this session.
SOURCE: news release
In Everyday Living, Government, In Columbia, Opinions, Opportunities on June 2, 2015 at 1:16 pm
“Columbia’s lack of leadership, high taxes and crime, kills the hopes of the good people who live there!”
The most recent comment following this Lancaster Online article about the “lack of parking” being a “deal breaker” in a developer’s quest to influence a state agency to locate in Columbia.
Why not build a parking lot on land close by to the intended call center site?
Surely, having been able to influence the borough council to assist in the financing package, the developer ought to be able to influence a private owner and a partner in the CEDC to pony up attractive financing terms for a parking lot.
In Everyday Living, Government, Opportunities on May 31, 2015 at 8:19 am
You gotta’ believe … just like J.P. wistfully says in the movie, “Angels in the Outfield.”
Hey, it could happen! A small-town school teacher turns into a big-time elected “public servant” and amasses a fortune. Legally, of course! Yeah, sure.
Hey, it could happen! Three separate fire departments consolidate into one to one: “Everybody wanted the consolidation of three fire companies in (______________, fill in the name of the town) to work, and that’s exactly what it’s done, fire company and municipal officials say.”
In Everyday Living, Opportunities on May 29, 2015 at 7:40 am
“It is estimated that membership for more than four in five of the churches in the US has plateaued or declined, and about 4,000 churches close their doors every year.” – The Conversation.