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A new courthouse for Lancaster County could cost $33 million.
Members of the county's capital projects sales tax commission talked with County Council members Monday night. The commission is charged with developing a ballot question for a November bond referendum.
The county will not be able to borrow such a large amount, so it will have to issue bonds to fund construction of a new courthouse.
Voters will have the chance to vote on a 1 percent sales tax to pay off the bonds during the November election.
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