A bulldozer operator clears a two acre site of tree roots and other debris Tuesday morning, July 23, 2013 as he and a grading crew from Triangle Grading and Paving out of Burlington, NC rough grade the site at 1315 Martin Luther King Jr., Blvd. in Chapel Hill for a future Inter Faith Council shelter and parking lot. The crew started clearing and grading in early July 2013 and has three months to completely clear, grade and seed over the site until the IFC decides on its next steps in building the shelter.
A bulldozer operator clears a two acre site of tree roots and other debris Tuesday morning, July 23, 2013 as he and a grading crew from Triangle Grading and Paving out of Burlington, NC rough grade the site at 1315 Martin Luther King Jr., Blvd. in Chapel Hill for a future Inter Faith Council shelter and parking lot. The crew started clearing and grading in early July 2013 and has three months to completely clear, grade and seed over the site until the IFC decides on its next steps in building the shelter. hlynch@newsobserver.com
A bulldozer operator clears a two acre site of tree roots and other debris Tuesday morning, July 23, 2013 as he and a grading crew from Triangle Grading and Paving out of Burlington, NC rough grade the site at 1315 Martin Luther King Jr., Blvd. in Chapel Hill for a future Inter Faith Council shelter and parking lot. The crew started clearing and grading in early July 2013 and has three months to completely clear, grade and seed over the site until the IFC decides on its next steps in building the shelter. hlynch@newsobserver.com

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