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October 2, 2012

Pulaski recycling center gets a boost


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“But our local community has really adopted this,” he added. “I’ve seen everybody from the elder generation to the youngest kids at school. It’s really been a growing thing. I’m proud of everyone.”
The money will purchase two new trailers and three green box containers, said Hines. Some items have yet to be purchased; others, such as the trailers and some advertising space, have already been acquired, with the state funds to help pay for them.
“We’ve been successful each year in getting money,” said Hines. “We’ll continue to apply each year I’m here, and as long as funds are available.”

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