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HILLSVILLE — Earth Day came a little bit early for Carroll County this year, and with it a $1.9 million check from the federal government to pay for sewer service to Exit 19 and Wildwood Commerce Park.
Ninth District Rep. Rick Boucher (D-Abingdon) and Rural Development's Travis Jackson on Monday presented the check for a low-interest loan to fund the sewer project that will serve the Interstate 77 area, including the under-development commerce park and 34 homes on Airport Road and Training Center Road, Boucher said.
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