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County discusses transit issue during Monday’s meeting

Jeanette Pittman knows the ridership for the Lancaster Area Ride Service may be small, but told Lancaster County Council on Monday night that the service provides a world of help for local residents.
“I’m very concerned about canceling LARS,” Pittman said, minutes before council discussed reconsidering its Jan. 9 decision to not apply for a S.C. Department of Transportation grant to help extend the service. Under current conditions, and with no extra funding, the grant supporting LARS will end later this year and operations could cease after Sept. 30.

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