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It costs $116 to build one, and the students are in the process of making about 40.
"It's great to see these around town," Holy Cross student Todd Vande Wetering said "It gives us a practical use for our work - instead of in-class projects that don't go anywhere."
Some are already in place, Slate said. "Over the years, the committee has heard complaints about the blue plastic receptacles, which are both ubiquitous and ugly."
"Members of the board took on the project and found that Holy Cross has an excellent construction program capable of this." Slated said.
"It's a small step forward but that's how these things work. We aren't a political group. We do things incrementally."