While reading Arleen Robbins letter on Nov. 16 regarding the wastewater treatment ponds, I felt it was necessary to comment on the smell generated form the plant.
I live on the north side of Tracy within city limits, and there is never any fresh air in my neighborhood. I am a walker, but the air quality prohibits the enjoyment of a walk. This is due to smells generated form the ponds.
Yet I see that the City Council will consider “releasing” the Tracy Hills developer from an agreement to build an “interim” wastewater treatment facility. Why is the City Council ever considering releasing them from this responsibility?
Secondly, consider the impact of developing Tracy Hills on the current wastewater facility that is at capacity and emitting toxic smells to residents on the north side.
We’ve had enough! It is imperative that current residents be protected