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.