At five to seven, we joined three others in the alcove by the parking lot entrance to Hinkle’s Restaurant. Four others joined the line as Tom Davis opened the door at 7:00 am. He welcomed us to Hinkle’s Restaurant re-opening.
By 7:45 the booths and counter stools were filling and there were about 40 or so people enjoying breakfast and chatting. It was as it used to be and is supposed to be.
Lancaster City: “Public meeting scheduled on Lancaster’s proposed lead hazard regulations” – Lancaster Online
The Public Works council committee October meeting minutes are posted at the borough Website.
“The City of Lancaster has partnered with Penn State Cooperative Extension and the DEP for a free tire collection on Saturday, November 11 from 7 to 11 am at 421 S. Broad Street, Lancaster.” – CityofLancasterPA.com
Here’s a great question! “Will more statesmen retire and be replaced by white supremacists and intemperate scofflaws out to destroy the system?” – Ann McFeathers column, Seattle Times
What would POTUS 45 do? | “Barack Obama called for jury duty in Illinois and plans to serve” – BBC
Cape May is kind of a remarkable community. More than 12.5 million people visit Cape May each year. That and other economic impact data is from the 2016 Cape May Tourism Report. What a contrast with the unremarkable comment that one Columbia elected public servant once said, “It’s difficult to put a number on economic impact.”