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LCCCA Board and Committee Meeting Agendas Available

In compliance with Act 65, Section 709 of the Sunshine Act, agendas will be available in the 'Meeting Agendas' section, under the 'Meetings' menu beginning with the August 19, 2021 LCCCA Board Meeting. The agendas will be available no later than 24 … [Continue reading]

LCCCA 2020 Audit

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LCCCA Resolution re Response to COVID 19 6.26.2020

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LCCCA 2019 Audit

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Lancaster County Convention Center 2018 Annual Report to the County Commissioners

At the Lancaster County County Commissioners Work Session, held Tuesday December 18, 2018, Thomas Hazinski of HVS presented the Lancaster County Convention Center Economic Impact Report for the operating period 2014 through 2017.   Josh Nowak gave … [Continue reading]

Celebrating Thaddeus Stevens – April 4, 1792 to August 11, 1868

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Susquehanna Advisors SWAP Presentation – January 26, 2017

Susquehanna Advisors SWAP Presentation - January 26 2017 … [Continue reading]

Collaboration Agreement 30 Month Update

Collaboration Agreement 30 months into the 5 year term – below is comparison data to help understand the successes from the Collaboration Agreement (CA). LCCCA Series 2014 Bonds Reserve Balances December 31, 2013        $ … [Continue reading]

Convention center, Marriott hotel fuel new business amid plans to expand

Joshua Nowak, director of sales and marketing for the Lancaster Marriott at Penn Square and the Lancaster County Convention Center, has been with the downtown facility since 2007. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) When Joshua Nowak moved to Central … [Continue reading]

April 6 – Celebrating the ‘Underground Railroad’ and 45 South Queen Street in Lancaster, PA.

Thaddeus Stevens and the Underground Railroad One day in August of 1848, a band of men of African descent who had fled enslavement in Maryland three days earlier came boldly to this community seeking advice, food, shelter or any kind of support. … [Continue reading]