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Glasgow Department of Public Works employees Trevor Trent, from left, and Ben Nuckols remove debris from a curbside storm water drainage basin on McGrah Avenue on Tuesday as part of stepped-up regular maintenance of the receptacles made possible by the city's collection of a storwater fee from property owners. The fee will also be used to fund several larger projects that have been identified in a 10-year master plan. Melinda J. Overstreet / Glasgow Daily Times

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