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For those who might be wondering, the mess at the Lancaster Fire Department is a sign of progress being made, not mayhem.
The Lancaster Fire Department's station on Arch Street may appear dysfunctional, with only dirt and scaffolding in place of where pavement once was for trucks to drive over when headed to a call.
But the current look is part of a $150,000 project that calls for a new parking lot and retaining wall that the city of Lancaster allocated in its 2007-08 budget.
It's long overdue, said Lancaster Fire Chief Chris Nunnery.
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