Paul Barth, leader of the New Hill Community Association, stands in front of the historic church where he and his neighbors first gathered more than a decade ago to discuss a sewer plant rumored for their community. Barth and other community leaders are building a community center less than a mile away with settlement money earned from the legal battle against the plant, which ultimately opened in 2014.
Paul Barth, leader of the New Hill Community Association, stands in front of the historic church where he and his neighbors first gathered more than a decade ago to discuss a sewer plant rumored for their community. Barth and other community leaders are building a community center less than a mile away with settlement money earned from the legal battle against the plant, which ultimately opened in 2014. Henry Gargan hgargan@newsobserver.com
Paul Barth, leader of the New Hill Community Association, stands in front of the historic church where he and his neighbors first gathered more than a decade ago to discuss a sewer plant rumored for their community. Barth and other community leaders are building a community center less than a mile away with settlement money earned from the legal battle against the plant, which ultimately opened in 2014. Henry Gargan hgargan@newsobserver.com

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