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Officials will try to pinpoint the problems with the oldest section of the city of Lancaster’s sewer system.
After a closed session during its July 23 meeting, Lancaster City Council voted unanimously to follow an administrative order from the Environmental Protection Agency – requiring the city to develop a sewer assessment to reduce overflows in the Erwin Farm area.
City Administrator Helen Sowell said those lines, originally installed by Springs Industries, are now about 75 years old.
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