Little Lick Creek flows behind the Mineral Springs Village shopping center on N.C. 98 in Durham. The creek has been identified as an "impaired stream"; state officials plan a pollution reduction project soon.
Little Lick Creek flows behind the Mineral Springs Village shopping center on N.C. 98 in Durham. The creek has been identified as an "impaired stream"; state officials plan a pollution reduction project soon. SHAWN ROCCO - srocco@newsobserver.com
Little Lick Creek flows behind the Mineral Springs Village shopping center on N.C. 98 in Durham. The creek has been identified as an "impaired stream"; state officials plan a pollution reduction project soon. SHAWN ROCCO - srocco@newsobserver.com

Pollution hurts Triangle; compensation goes elsewhere

April 19, 2011 02:00 AM

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