Sunday, December 19, 2010 at 1:07 am (Updated: December 19, 1:59 am)
With a bang of the gavel Monday night, the Rev. Ricky Cope’s church received the green light to continue its renovations.
Cope, pastor of Trinity Baptist Church, has attended every Lancaster County Council meeting for the last two months hoping to gain approval to keep work going on his church, which is relocating from Fort Mill to a former Van Wyck cabinet shop along Steele Hill Road.
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