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Lake Hallie Plan Commission defers decision on new ProVyro waste transfer station

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Lake Hallie (WQOW) - ProVyro will have to wait another week to find out if it has received approval to build a new waste transfer station in the Village of Lake Hallie.

Monday, the Lake Hallie Plan Commission deferred the decision to the full village board. The approval of a conditional use permit would allow ProVyro to build the site near the intersection of 40th Avenue and 120th Street. Garbage and recyclables would be stored indoors, then compacted and loaded onto semis for disposal. 

News 18 reported last fall that ProVyro pulled plans for a transfer station at a site south of the tank farms, after nearby residents complained about possible odors, pests and pollution. Monday, a number of potential neighbors voiced those similar concerns when speaking in opposition of the new plan.

The Lake Hallie Village Board will take up the measure on Monday, February 12.
 



Lake Hallie (WQOW) - An Eau Claire garbage hauling company is once again trying to put a waste transfer station in the Village of Lake Hallie.

ProVyro is seeking a conditional use permit for a new site. It's located about 3/4 of a mile west of the tank farms, near the intersection of 40th Avenue and 120th Street.

Company co-owner Andrew Holland said the 26-acre site is zoned industrial, and there are only four houses in the general vicinity, which he said would not be impacted by odors. 

News 18 reported last fall that ProVyro pulled plans for a transfer station at a site south of the tank farms, after nearby residents complained about possible odors, pests and pollution.

This latest proposal goes to the village plan commission February 12. A public hearing will be held February 19, at the village board meeting. 
 

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