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WOODLAWN — Winter weather cut down on the warmth with which the ground breaking of the Woodlawn sewer might have received on a more mild day than Dec. 9.
Moisture-laden winds on that overcast day made the temperatures seem cooler than the 40s, which prompted Rep. Rick Boucher (D-Abingdon) to keep his remarks brief.
The U.S. Congressman, as well as local officials, stressed the broad swath of Carroll County to which the $5.26 million project will provide wastewater treatment services.
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