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A couple of natural landmarks on Main Street will have to be cut down to make way for the new Lancaster County Courthouse.
Two large oak trees in the parking area of the old courthouse along Main Street are rotting from the top down, Lancaster County Administrator Steve Willis said. One of the tree’s roots is also causing a retaining wall along Main Street to bow out.
A new courthouse is slated to be built next to the 180-year-old courthouse on the grounds, starting sometime next year.
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