The book brings back many good memories about the Lancaster I grew up around. We lived in the county but I looked forward to my parents taking me to the city to shop and go to the movies. Lancaster was a good place with police directing traffic and nickel bags of soft pretzels, not the $1.50 pretzel of today.
There is something big that is planned for this city that is slipping under the radar and is only known by a few of the upper class. They want the city to be a haven for the poor in certain sections of the city as well as other parts being patrolled by a private non profit bicycle patrol.
I sure hope I live long enough for the new book A City Transformed 1980 - 2020.
Keep up the great work and keep digging.