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Septic company sues Loudon.

Septic Disposal Solutions is suing the Loudon zoning board in an effort to overturn the board's decision denying the company's applications for special exceptions to build a waste treatment plant near the transfer station.

The zoning board denied the applications in May because some members were concerned the plant would emit offensive odors. It also denied the company's request for a rehearing in July, and the company's owners said they were prepared to take their battle to court.

In a petition filed in Merrimack County Superior Court, Septic Disposal claims the board's decision was "illegal, unreasonable and against the weight of the evidence provided by" the company.

The firm planned to build a 4,800-square foot building that could process up to 30,000 gallons of waste from septic systems each day.
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Title Annotation:REAL ESTATE & CONSTRUCTION; Septic Disposal Solutions; Loudon zoning board
Publication:New Hampshire Business Review
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1U1NH
Date:Sep 28, 2007
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