Monday morning, a work crew assembled a twin-engine Cessna Skymaster on the north side of City Hall.
By late afternoon, the plane had been disassembled and taken away.
What was that all about?
The Wolk Law Firm of Center City obtained a permit last week to have the plane parked next to City Hall. The law firm wants to use the plane as an exhibit in a lawsuit over a 2007 crash involving the same type of plane.
The work crew arrived at City Hall with the plane about 5:30 a.m. It was fully assembled sometime after 9 a.m.