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At first glance, nothing seems to be out of place in Gonzie Mackey’s assembly workshop.
Various hammers, pliers and screwdrivers line the walls, while assorted bicycle parts are strewn about the room.
With a wrench in hand, Mackey tightens the bolts connecting a bicycle wheel to a metal frame and everything seems in order.
But for Mackey, a Lancaster City Councilman and owner of Gonzie & Son Assembly Shop, that couldn’t be further from the truth.
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