Last week, Charlottesville blogger and photographer Bill Emory wrote about a recent meeting of the Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority
. On March 13, Bob Wichser, the authority’s director of Water and Wastewater Operations, listened to hear Woolen Mills residents’ concerns over smells from a composting facility in the area. Some have linked health conditions with the smells including nausea, headaches, sore throats, and asthma. Vice-Mayor Kevin Lynch and neighbors from the Belmont/Carlton neighborhood also attended. Bill sent us the audio, and CPN Volunteer Dan Daniels put it together for this podcast.