by Joseph Gresser
WESTMORE — On July 8 the Westmore Select Board, along with officials from the Northeast Kingdom Waste Management District (NEKWMD), took a look at a piece of town land adjoining Westmore’s transfer station to see if it might work as a home for a new composting operation.
Paul Tomasi, the director of the district, and Shannon Choquette, its outreach coordinator, joined the board to see if the site is useable. A pair of town residents who already were sure the town should not consider hosting a compost facility of any size were also there.
Lee and Carmen Anderson, who live on Route 5A, said Westmore is the wrong place for such a thing.
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