Comments for: Goodbye stench: Ellsworth shuts down former wastewater plant downtown

Posted Nov. 19, 2012, at 4:58 p.m.

ELLSWORTH | The city is saying goodbye to ‘baleful odors’ and dirty sewage discharge as it completes the transition from its former sewer plant downtown to its new, modern plant a few miles away. Despite a last-minute snag regarding wastewater chlorination, the city flipped the proverbial switch recently to …

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  • Anonymous

    Excellent. That fish place doesn’t want competition in the summer hahaha. Man that place gets ripe when its hot out…

  • Anonymous

    Finally! Driving by to the public dock in mid-August is so disgusting. The B&B next door now should be able to see increase in business now the view doesn’t come with a sewage smell! When government actualy makes a positive change.

  • Anonymous

    Great Headline!!! Mario needs more columns.

  • Downeasta

    And what of the new generator that was installed there?

    • Anonymous

      What about it? It’s a backup generator for the new pump station on the site.

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