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Old 06-04-2021, 12:52 PM
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We are considering purchasing a home in Stallion Mountain. When we toured it, there was a very strong foul odor outside but because it's been so windy, we assumed it was coming from the horse facility. Can anyone confirm the frequency and severity of the smell? Thank you so much!
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Old 06-04-2021, 01:59 PM
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I did a google maps aerial view of "Stallion Mountain" and in the 6000 block of Bow Island Ave I found what looks like either water or sewer treatment facilities, with another facility a half mile further east of there. It those are sewage treatment facilities they will surely smell.

Not sure if this link works, but this is what I saw.

Here's the website for that facility, it's a stinker, for sure.
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Old 06-04-2021, 03:20 PM
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I used to have a house in that general area (actually a little further away than Stallion Mountain) and a few days (maybe 3-4) per month it would smell really bad, from the sewer treatment plant. At the time (this was years ago), there didn't appear to be any specific schedule with which it would occur. Felt bad for my neighbors who would schedule a pool party and randomly it would be bad smelling day. Definitely could smell it outside, never smelled anything inside.

There was actually an "odor easement" that covered the area I was in. You had to sign paperwork when you bought the home understanding you were in a potentially odiferous area.
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