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Parents and environmental activists concerned about sewage sludge fields near schools 

The first thing you notice is the stench. "It's not going to smell like your husband's farts," says Myra Dotson. "It smells like fetid, festering meat." A former UNC research assistant and current environmental activist, Dotson has lived near a sewage sludge…

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