Permit classification changed for proposed composting site
Developers of a proposed composting site in Christmas Valley have changed the classification of the permit they're pursuing from Class 3 to Class 2, according to the project's developer.Larry Morrison, who is doing business as Klamath Soil Amendments, said that the permit's alteration would allow for the use of yard debris and vegetables for ... (more)Full Story
#1 May 27, 2013
No class 1 or 2! Prepare fro them to appeal this folks n try to slide this in again..We DONT WANT THIS in our town! They totally lie about the toxins that are in it and the mold and the turck noise and traffic and the health risks the wind,the alkalie etc etc!
#2 May 28, 2013
They are laying low and lost their tails..but they are apealing and even though they are saying they r taking class 3 off they can put it back on at anytime with he swipe of a pen ..therefore do NOT let even type one or two in or u will soon have class three..thats a promise I heard them talking about at the restraunt.
#3 May 31, 2013
Apparently you weren't around with kitty litter was bringing in 10 times as many trucks every day.
You people are idiots.
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