A dispute over a fishy smell in a Gulf Coast community may soon come to an end. Mary Caillier of Lakeshore has complained about the smell of a neighboring seafood business for years. Tim Nguyen, whose family owns Carmel's Seafood plant, says a new disposal process is clearing up the odor.
He says the process involves cleansing discarded crab and oyster shells in a chlorine solution before they're placed in a garbage bin. He began the process in the past two weeks, and so far the results have been positive.