by Jackie Nunnery
LANCASTER—With no comment during the public hearing, the Lancaster board of supervisors on Thursday, June 25, voted 5-0 to approve the county’s capital improvement plan for fiscal year 2021. The amended plan includes $991,548 in spending, revised from the previous figure of $11,320,251.
The approved plan does not include school renovation projects proposed by the school board to the planning commission June 18. Those items would cover multiple years will be discussed during a July 16 hearing before the planners.
Supervisors Jack Larson of District 1, Ernest Palin of District 2, Jason Bellows of District 3, Bill Lee of District 4 and Robert Westbrook of District 5, all voted to approve the 2021 plan.
As he presented the plan, county administrator Don Gill reminded the board that between the remaining funds from…
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