Lancaster County officials say they will need to provide stormwater services to the Panhandle area, including Indian Land, because it has been deemed an "urbanized area" by the U.S. Census. They say they will need to charge a stormwater fee to residents and businesses in the area in order to provide the services. They may decide how much the fee will be during a regular meeting Aug. 28.
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