A Columbia Gem | “Good Things Come in Threes at the NAWCC”
An article in today’s LNP – Always Lancaster states: “Appeal rates were highest in Columbia and the School District of Lancaster.” According to the article, John Mavrides, director of the county Property Assessment Office, Columbia has “a lot of variation among nearby properties: fixed-up houses next to blighted ones, high and low sales in the same block. That makes assessment more difficult, and a particular property’s qualitative conditions might not be known unless an appeal is filed.”
Week one – a 21-12 loss on the hill.
Find out what’s happening (and what happened) in Columbia!
September is National Preparedness Month. Make a plan to be safe when those “events that are never gonna’ happen” happen.
What’s an auto mechanic going to do as internal combustion vehicles begin to disappear and “electric cars bring less work?” – MarketPlace
Does not matter how many civilians – mostly the most vulnerable – women, children, the elderly, those with disabilities – are killed and maimed, “‘Syria is our new testing ground,’ says Russia military” – Veterans Today
What would you do if we asked you to write something that wasn’t true? | Politico Magazine‘s article, “My Life at a Russian Propaganda Network: I thought they’d let me be a real journalist at Sputnik news. I was wrong.” takes a look at the business of “fake news.”
Move ’em out! | “Cabins on Susquehanna River still expected to be shut down” – Penn Live