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Experts: Treatment Plant Doesn’t Have to Stink

When the east wind blows through the west end of Gallup, and especially Mentmore Subdivision in summer, it doesn’t matter whether you’re outside grilling plump juicy steaks or a rack of hamburgers, residents say, quite frankly, it still smells like crap.

Dee Burke, a subdivision resident who lives about a mile from the plant, got so fed up with the odor, in fact, that a week ago she sat down to write a letter to the editor in hopes something would be done about the stench from Gallup Wastewater Treatment Plant. “You could smell it through the closed window,” she said.

Source: Gallup Independent (NM)

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