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A DAC client cuts fringe on one of the dozens of woven rugs the groups makes and sells at its stores. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)

DAC requests 2 percent increase for recycling expenses

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In the second year of a five-year contract, Hubbard County's Developmental Achievement Center is asking for a 2 percent increase to its overall budget for 2013.

The DAC employs 106 mentally disabled persons at its various businesses, director Ed Ranson said.

The DAC runs the Bearly Used Thrift Store, the Tin Ceiling, the Salvage Depot and the DAC, in which clients make rugs, buttons and other items for sale. It has the major recycling contract with the county.

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Sarah Smith is the outdoors editor. She covers Hubbard County, courts and breaking news.

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