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Lancaster County could see a cut of more than $1.55 million in its state funding, if a proposed budget becomes reality.
Recommended by the state House Ways and Means Committee on Feb. 19, the proposed state budget would decrease money allocated to local governments by $122 million. This translates to a near 50 percent funding cut for governments throughout the state.
If approved, the cuts would affect the next fiscal year budget, which begins July 1.
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