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Inmates work to address litter problems

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By Tim Hendrick

Work is underway around Carroll County to address the litter that has accumulated on the roadsides.

At the Tuesday, April 9, fiscal court meeting, Carroll County Jailer John Proctor said there are four Class D inmates going out every day and picking up trash. He said six or seven are going out on Saturdays.

Tomlinson said he can already see the trash coming back in the areas that have been cleaned up.

Proctor said they would be going into a deep ravine on Kings Ridge Road to get out several mattresses and other items that have been dumped down there.


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