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Municipalities hope to see projects completed in '08

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By Johnathan Ryan

The city of Lancaster has residential and business growth on its mind and ways to spur it in 2008, says Lancaster Mayor Joe Shaw.

Along those lines, the city hopes to have the $7 million upgrade to its wastewater treatment plant completed this year. The upgrade will greatly expand the plant's capacity and improve treatment quality and allow for many new customers in the city.

"This will put us in a pretty good position for treatment expansion and growth in and around the city," Shaw said.


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