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The total cost for improvements at the city of Lancaster’s wastewater treatment plant has gone up, though officials say the increase will save the city a lot of money in the future.
Mack McDonald, the city’s public utilities director, gave an update on work at the plant during City Council’s meeting Tuesday night.
Turner Murphy Construction of Rock Hill is installing four new 150-horsepower effluent pumps, which send wastewater from the Lockwood Lane treatment plant to the Catawba River.
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