Nick DiCecco directs traffic Monday as a crew from the Town of Clayton Electric Department  works on a line on West Main Street. Duke Energy Progress will buy back its share of power plant ownership from 32 Eastern North Carolina towns for $1.2 billion.
Nick DiCecco directs traffic Monday as a crew from the Town of Clayton Electric Department works on a line on West Main Street. Duke Energy Progress will buy back its share of power plant ownership from 32 Eastern North Carolina towns for $1.2 billion. cseward@newsobserver.com
Nick DiCecco directs traffic Monday as a crew from the Town of Clayton Electric Department works on a line on West Main Street. Duke Energy Progress will buy back its share of power plant ownership from 32 Eastern North Carolina towns for $1.2 billion. cseward@newsobserver.com

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