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It’s hard to believe there’s a connection between a cylindrical sample of asphalt and the recruitment of new businesses to Lancaster County.
But with two core samples in hand, that’s exactly the connection two county airport officials made at Lancaster County Council’s meeting on Feb. 11.
Doug Barnes, airport commission chairman, and Paul Moses, airport director, discussed various airport needs during the meeting, including their desire for a thicker taxiway.
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