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Mayor Shaw hopes to strengthen ties between downtown, USCL

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By Jesef Williams

City of Lancaster officials point to many accomplishments in 2011 as sources of pride and expect more of the same in the new year. 

The past 12 months were quite productive for the city. During that time, it saw improvements to its wastewater treatment plant on Lockwood Lane. A new process is now used to disinfect the water that comes into the plant. Also, the pumps that send treated water to the Catawba River have been replaced. 


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