The family that owns the Village of Reduction in Pennsylvania is putting the property up for sale. It’s seeking $1.5 million for the 75-acre property, which includes 19 single-family homes and farmland and a century-old one-room schoolhouse. The American Reduction Company once ran a plant in the village that processed tons of garbage from nearby Pittsburgh, and around 400 company employees once lived there, but Pittsburgh opened its own trash facility in 1936. In 1948, the village was sold for $10,000. Its population is now around 60, and most of the residents say they plan to stay there.