I was scurrying along the other morning and just happened to glance back up Congress and low and behold Portland City Hall was looking back at me. One of those moments you're not expecting in your day, but there it was-- almost saying, "Hey, look at me!" The Post Office Square building, occupied by Maine National Bank, was completed in 1955. At the time, it was thought to be one of the linchpins of the effort to bring the city's downtown back to life in the era of 'urban renewal' of the early 70's. This area was part of what they euphemistically called the 'Golden Triangle' for its vast potential development. However, like many things in life, I guess you could say, it fell short of its growth potential. Back to image of City Hall in the photo--- it is a magnificent weathervane. Isn't it?