We need to work collaboratively
Cedar Grove agrees with Mike Davis on one important point: It is time to get to work on existing odors in the community. With the information from an independent study, a comprehensive approach to reducing odors will be possible.
We encourage Mike Davis, the City of Marysville and the Tulalip Tribes to agree to support the immediate implementation of the contract for scientific odor monitoring approved by the Clean Agency Board in January. This is the overall "responsible" next step. It is the right thing for our valued neighbors, the future of organic recycling, jobs in Snohomish County and growing a green economy.
Cedar Grove Composting