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Council approves new software provider, sets date to open city pool

Posted on May 13, 2022

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The Lawrenceville City Council met in regular session on May 12 in Lawrenceville City Hall where the council moved to switch city water department software providers from Locust Software to Jayhawk Software at the end of June.

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