The operators of an organic composting center south of Lebanon got the green light Tuesday to resume operations, provided the operator abides by a set of conditions designed to minimize odors and other possible health hazards.
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Since April, this newspaper has covered the dispute between neighbors and operators of the organic compost facility south of Lebanon. Reporters have also looked at the pros and cons of allowing these centers to operate in Ohio and will continue to cover developments in the Warren County case.