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Lancaster City Council decided not to provide funding for a center named after a council member who died last year, though it’s planning to honor him in another way.
Council discussed Tuesday the $77,950 that had been requested for the Preston Blackmon Family Success & Career Center, which opened earlier this year.
Blackmon served on City Council more than 30 years. He was the city’s first black police officer and the second black elected to City Council. He died Aug. 2, 2008, at age 82.
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