Gov. Pat McCrory’s budget provides $742,112 over the next two budget years to help with costs associated with the February 2014 coal ash spill into the Dan River. This photo, taken Feb. 5 of last year, shows Jenny Edwards, program manager for Rockingham County with the Dan River Basin Association, scooping coal ash from the banks of the river.
Gov. Pat McCrory’s budget provides $742,112 over the next two budget years to help with costs associated with the February 2014 coal ash spill into the Dan River. This photo, taken Feb. 5 of last year, shows Jenny Edwards, program manager for Rockingham County with the Dan River Basin Association, scooping coal ash from the banks of the river. Gerry Broome AP FILE PHOTO
Gov. Pat McCrory’s budget provides $742,112 over the next two budget years to help with costs associated with the February 2014 coal ash spill into the Dan River. This photo, taken Feb. 5 of last year, shows Jenny Edwards, program manager for Rockingham County with the Dan River Basin Association, scooping coal ash from the banks of the river. Gerry Broome AP FILE PHOTO

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