Forestville adds manure to nuisance ordinance

The Village of Forestville has added manure to its existing nuisance ordinance. Other noxious smells are already a part of the ordinance. The manure add-on was voted on at the town board meeting last week on Monday. Forestville Clerk Mary Ann Salmon says the village does not want the smell of manure and they also don’t want to deal with manure haulers. The trucks can add traffic and make messes on the roads if there is any spillage.



Village President Terry McNulty says there is one agricultural property in Forestville and they spoke with the owners.



According to Salmon, Forestville was previously considering making a manure haulers ordinance but decided to ban it entirely.


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