today’s news and information gleanings from here and there!
Quote for today … “But we also understand that sometimes 250 words are just not enough to say what you want to say. So we’re going to be a little more flexible.” – A deviation from the stated policy in this plea for more “letters to the editor” in this column – Lancaster Online.
FabShop opens on North Fourth Street.
- “Dead insects fall onto paper towel dispenser at Hong Kong Buffet … ” u-m-m-m, yeah! | Food serving facilities inspections in York County – PennLive
- Kinda’ encourages dining out … at home | Food serving facilities inspections in Lancaster County … Lancaster Online
- A complete listing of all inspections at food serving facilities in Lancaster, York counties and the entire state, except those in Columbia – Columbia persists in having its own inspection system with its own forms and inspection items – rather than the one used statewide, is available at the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture Website.
“As long as there are as many guns in this country as there are people, as long as we don’t meaningfully restrict firearm purchases or keep track of weapons, we will have mass shootings and individual killings and gun suicides.” – Eugene Robinson column in The Washington Post
- So, according to the property transfers in today’s LNP – Always Lancaster, three more multi-property landlords rack up more properties in Columbia. Summit Street Properties, LLC gets 609 Union Street while Prime Home Investments, LLC snaps up 220 Perry Street and 116 South Fourth Street. And then trades 220 Perry Street away to Burmar Real Estate LLC.
- It was due | “Free app allows smartphone users to record police” – Public Source