By Shelly Ferullo
The Town of Marilla passed the biosolids ordinance on April 24 of this year. Within a month, New York State Agriculture & Markets responded stating they were going to do a formal review of the ordinance. The request for this review came from Marilla farmer Stanley Travis, who wishes to store biosolids on his property located on Eastwood Road.
Marilla’s environmental attorney John Kolaga responded to Ag & Markets asking for details about why the law was being challenged, and specifically what parts of the law, which is 30 pages in length, are being challenged.
For the complete story see the October 15th issue of the Alden Advertiser.