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Today is the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce’s Business EXPO at Spooky Nook, an article in today’s LNP – Always Lancaster states that about 2,000 people are expected to attend. At the conclusion of the event, the organizers will be able to have more exact numbers about the number of attendees.
Funny that at Monday night’s borough council meeting one of the elected public servants spoke the glittering generality when he stated that 20 – 25,000 people attended last Saturday’s Bridge Bust. Really? There should be no guessing about the number of people who trekked The Bridge. The fee to get on the Bridge was $2.00 per person.
The way prudent operators would get the number of attendees is to count the cash and divide by 2. If you ran a store and you asked your cashier how much money was take in, would you accept this answer? “Between $40,000 and $50,000.”
Doubt it; you’d want to know exactly, wouldn’t you?
By the way, “A glittering generality is a word so vague that everyone tends to agree on its appropriateness and value—but no one is really sure just what it means.”
“The Unofficial Count: The official death toll from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico is 45 people. But reports on the ground show that there could be hundreds more.” – VOX
“Don’t ignore the mobility scooter. It may just be the future of transport” – The Conversation
Suddenly, it seems, more arrests are being posted at the Columbia Police Department facebook page. So how come this Lancaster Online article has more details? “The alleged incident occurred in October 2016 at Columbia River Park, 41 Walnut St. According to an arrest affidavit, the assault took place in the back seat of Flerx’s vehicle. Investigators said Flerx admitted to having sexual contact with the girl as the two watched a movie in his car.”
The NOTICE OF CONTINUED TAX UPSET SALE is published in the classified section of today’s LNP – Always Lancaster. Seven Columbia Borough properties are listed. The list also appears at the Lancaster County Treasurer’s Website:
(Starting bid price is approx. and subject to change)
(Amounts are NOT certified. Total due is subject to change. Interest
accrues monthly on the first day of a new month.)