Today’s news … Friday, August 26, 2016

“Currently, Underground Hotel is planning to perform at Music in the Park on Fourth Friday, using a substitute musician in place of a band member who is terminally ill. A second band has been reserved to play in place of Underground Hotel should matters worsen and Underground Hotel be unable to perform. Come out and join the fun; there’s sure to be music.” – Fourth Friday facebook page

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“Fourth Friday is a monthly happening inviting the public to enjoy an evening visiting galleries, antique, restaurants, specialty shops & various venues in Columbia, Marietta, and Wrightsville..” – Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce this the last weekend for the trolley?

Progress … Some of the council committees maintain current minutes following their separate meetings: From the August Council Safety Committee Minutes: “Going forward Facilities Use requests will be reviewed in advance of Committee Approval to forward to Council, for the possibility of the use of parks within the Borough vs. street use.” and “the importance of submitting Facility Use Request the recommended six (6) weeks in advance … and  to stress to organizations to consider the use of parks vs. street closures.”

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right right… or wrong, wrong?

  • Get this:  “The faculty union for 14 state-owned universities in Pennsylvania — including Millersville University — called for a strike authorization vote among members during a meeting of union officials Thursday morning.” – Lancaster Online
  • “Professors at Millersville University of Pennsylvania have an average annual salary of $141,272. This salary is a projection of salary for teaching a full twelve month year. The average annual salary for male professors is $142,659, which is $54,897 more than the average for male professors at universities. The average annual salary for female professors is $139,358, which is $55,751 more than the average for female professors at universities.” –
  • Whine time … Lottery winner complains about having to pay state tax on his winnings in a letter-to-the-editor in today’s LNP – Always Lancaster.

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