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District cracks down on recycling site dumping
He said that last Wednesday, he conducted his own informal survey of people taking advantage of the site, and reported that out of 61 cars that came by while he was there from 11 a.m.-3 p.m., 39 were from West Virginia, 19 were from Ohio and three were ...
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