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Lancaster County may soon be getting a check for $55,000 from its neighbor.
A couple of months ago, Lancaster County learned that some sales taxes from Indian Land businesses had been paid to York County.
The snafu happened because Indian Land's ZIP code, 29707, was accidentally designated as a York County ZIP by the S.C. Department of Revenue, County Administrator Steve Willis said. That led to 31 Indian Land businesses paying sales tax revenue to York County, instead of Lancaster County.
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