With federal funds drying up to pay for cleaning hazardous drug lab sites, Carroll will require convicted meth-makers to clean up their own mess.
By Christopher Brooke, Reporter
Wednesday, October 24, 2012 at 6:00 am (Updated: October 24, 6:00 am)
HILLSVILLE — At least one person in Carroll County feels good about a new ordinance that calls for methamphetamine makers to clean up their drug labs after conviction.
The Carroll County Board of Supervisors held a required public hearing on the idea, already approved by places like Galax, at the Oct. 9 meeting.
When Supervisors’ Chairman Sam Dickson saw that no citizens signed up to speak, he asked Sheriff J.B. Gardner if he wanted to say anything.
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