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Interview Today, I interviewed Bill Bussey for my assignment two in Advanced Placement Environmental Science Class. Bill Bussey is a part of the American Tobacco Trail, which was a section of the North Carolina’s Rail to Trail program. He is also the recreation and park superintend for all of the Chatham County local parks. What Mr. Bussey does for work each day was to take care of all the parks in Chatham County. To manage the parks, Mr. Bussey has to clean briers, weeds, and other unwanted vegetations. He also have to cut down trees that blocks the trail way, cut down dead trees to let the healthy trees get more nutrients, and cut down trees that has a crack in them so when the tree falls, it would not hurt any pedestrian’s heads. Picking up trash is also another thing he does each day to clean up the parks and he will recycling papers, aluminum cans, and plastic bottles when he pick them up from the soil of the park. Besides cleaning up the trails in the parks, he also installs drainage system, replace locks, and work to pave the soil part of the trail with pavement. Moreover, he work closely and make recommendations with the Chatham County park officials. In the recent times, he has made recommendations such as install lights along the parks, open up cannon access points, paving new trails, and fencing to protect the trails at the park. Besides the work he does at the parks, Mr.
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This note was uploaded on 11/05/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Graham during the Spring '08 term at N. Colorado.

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