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CUP?request raises concerns at board meeting

March 20, 2013

MARSHALL — A proposed hog barn in northwest Lyon County drew protests from neighbors during Tuesday’s meeting of the Lyon County Boar....

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allenlyon

Mar-21-13 7:50 PM

"to be fair", anyone who farms does not have a right to damage the environment. Agriculture used to mean taking care of the land. What happened to farming? The negative effects of these hog systems are felt and smelled far beyond the immediate neighborhood. County needs to anticipate these issues with clear restrictions and not wait for the next lagoon to blow and half the town move away because marshall stinks so bad.

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hartman75

Mar-21-13 2:00 PM

"If it just could smell like bacon. . ."

Now that would probably qualify as the greatest invention of mankind!

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mikeym

Mar-20-13 8:43 PM

Anyone who is oppossed to an operation like this should live in town not an area zoned "agriculture"

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rangeral

Mar-20-13 7:05 PM

If it just could smell like bacon. . .

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56two58

Mar-20-13 2:15 PM

To be fair the, perhaps anyone who opposes shouldn't be able to eat pork products?

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blasphemer

Mar-20-13 9:39 AM

Anyone who wants to to start an operation such as this should be required to live on site.

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