Elizabeth Wilson picks up trash on Hillsborough Street in 2012. Wilson was part of the Clean and Safe Program, which this year has helped decrease litter on the street by 15 percent
Elizabeth Wilson picks up trash on Hillsborough Street in 2012. Wilson was part of the Clean and Safe Program, which this year has helped decrease litter on the street by 15 percent tiwabu@newsobserver.com
Elizabeth Wilson picks up trash on Hillsborough Street in 2012. Wilson was part of the Clean and Safe Program, which this year has helped decrease litter on the street by 15 percent tiwabu@newsobserver.com

Hillsborough Street developments total $209 million, agency reports

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