Percy Talbert hustles an emptied Orange County Recycling rollercart back to a driveway as he works his way down Church Street in Chapel Hill in 2014. The N.C. House is debating whether counties like Orange can operate recycling programs and charge all residents a flat fee for the service.
Percy Talbert hustles an emptied Orange County Recycling rollercart back to a driveway as he works his way down Church Street in Chapel Hill in 2014. The N.C. House is debating whether counties like Orange can operate recycling programs and charge all residents a flat fee for the service. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Percy Talbert hustles an emptied Orange County Recycling rollercart back to a driveway as he works his way down Church Street in Chapel Hill in 2014. The N.C. House is debating whether counties like Orange can operate recycling programs and charge all residents a flat fee for the service. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
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