NEIGHBORS COMPLAIN ABOUT CARMEL CANNABIS ODOR

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NEIGHBORS COMPLAIN ABOUT CARMEL CANNABIS ODOR

Carmel Cannabis, a growing cannabis company based in Oro-Medonte township, has been facing complaints from neighbors due to its potent, pungent plants. The company won Craft Brand of the Year, Craft Cultivar of the Year, and Best Sativa Flower last year, based on a survey of 300 Canadian budtenders. Reviews of Carmel's products are positive, and the company has developed a reputation for delivering what consumers want - potent, pungent plants. However, neighbors in the hamlet of Oro-Station have expressed concerns about the indoor grow operation.


Julia Dezoete, who lives across the street from Carmel, says that the smell is more skunk than a bold pine note. She has been living in Oro Station for five years and has experienced the past four years since Carmel set up shop as "horrible." She has considered selling her home to escape the offensive odor but doubts if it would do well on the open market.


The scale of Carmel Cannabis's operation is impressive, with eight massive greenhouses containing thousands of plants aligned with military precision. Bill Wallace, who has lived on Line 7 just south of the Oro Station crossroads for 50 years, believes that people can inhale the plants if they are standing there. However, Wallace has given up complaining about Carmel to local officials, as his concerns are often ignored or brushed off.


In conclusion, Carmel Cannabis faces numerous complaints from its neighbors, including the smell, noise, traffic, and lights from the indoor grow operation. The company's reputation for producing potent, pungent plants has led to concerns among locals and the township.

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