After three years of work, Lancaster County growth plan nears completion

Among the proposals in the places2040 plan is that housing density rise in certain areas of Lancaster County. The map at right shows target densities for those areas — which currently have an average density of 4.4 dwellings per acre. - (Photo / MAP/SUBMITTTED)

Residents and businesses in Lancaster County face a choice. It is not about whether the county will grow, but where and in what direction.

Shelby White
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