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The city of Lancaster's wastewater treatment plant upgrade, a nearly $8 million project intended to improve the quality of treated water released into the Catawba River, is nearly complete.
The expected completion date is July 14. That's within the prescribed time frame, and the project is within budget, said Mack McDonald, wastewater treatment plant director.
The city has about $40,000 remaining in a contingency fund for change orders. McDonald said that's excellent for a $7.85 million project.
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