by Audrey Thomasson
LANCASTER—Last week, Lancaster supervisors heard new proposals that could substantially reduce the cost of building an emergency operations center.
Architects proposed a design that would shave $1 million off the original proposal of $3.1 million.
However, their proposal was quickly trumped by a county plan that could more than double those savings.
During a special work session August 1, Guernsey Tingle Architects proposed several changes to reduce the cost of a proposed facility on the county-owned Norris property at Pinckardsville and Mary Ball roads.
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