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Something smells: Developer threatens to pull $1B Dorchester development over stink plant

The Dorchester Reporter breaks the news that Corcoran Jennison Companies is considering canceling its giant "Bayside on the Point" project because the MWRA is refusing to budge on its plans to build an odor-control plant nearby.

The housing project would replace the current Bayside Expo Center; the odor-control plant would use carbon filters and a smokestack to get rid of odors from up to 18-million gallons of sewage-laden storm runoff. The paper talks to South End residents who live near a similar treatment plant.



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