Posted: February 10, 2011 09:52:08 CDT
State Rep. Glen Casada is taking a two-step approach: He wants to meet with city and plant officials to see if Superior Essex would voluntarily take additional measures to curb the plant's foul odors that residents describe as a burning chemical smell. Additionally, Casada wants to meet with the state Air Pollution Control Board to see if additional regulations focusing on odors can be enacted.
"We've got to do something," Casada said. "I don't know what that something is. There's an answer so the air smells good and no one loses their jobs. That's the goal."
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