Does the sewer treatment plant in Ludlow affect the quality of life and air quality for the residents there?

Asked by Carol, Hastings, NE Thu Feb 21, 2008

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anniegirl, Home Owner, Ludlow, KY
Sun Nov 23, 2014
There has never been a sewage treatment plant in Ludlow. There was one in the neighboring town of Bromley 25 - 30 years ago , but it was closed and a new facility was built approx. 5 miles from the prior site further down river in an unpopulated area. No foul odors in Ludlow or Bromley. Ludlow has until recently, been a sleepy little town, 8 minutes from downtown Cincinnati. It is awakening however, with the business district re-emerging, a beautiful new multi-condominium development now occupying prime real estate with spectacular views of the Cincinnati skyline as well as a Rhine like view of the lush hills of Kentucky hills and meandering Ohio River. Lots of great housing stock has brought a number of new homeowners into the community and the restoration and preservation movement is very strong. Considered today by realtors in the know as the hidden gem of Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati. Good school system, low crime, community/hometown pride, low property taxes and quick and easy access to downtown Cincinnati and major highways make this a desirable location for living and investment.
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Amber Sulliv…, Home Seller, Union, KY
Sat Feb 2, 2013
This house is located on the East side of Ludlow. Just a few blocks into Ludlow. I lived there for 7 years and never experienced any bad odors.
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D5lrkvo, , Park Hills, KY
Sun Oct 17, 2010
I think you are getting Bromley confused with Ludlow. When I was growing up in West Ludlow (closest to Bromley) there was no odor in Ludlow, but Bromley smelled rotten. However, when they built a new sanitation plant several miles west of Bromley, on Rt.8 (a beautiful drive except in winter), the odor in Bromley disappeared. And that was many years ago..

There is no odor problem is Ludlow, or Bromley in fact.
Ludlow is land locked and the downtown has gone through some blight. But the town, especally west of the High School and on Highway ave. is a hidden secret of low home prices and above average schools.
Daivd
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D5lrkvo, , Park Hills, KY
Sun Oct 17, 2010
I think you are getting Bromley confused with Ludlow. When I was growing up in West Ludlow (closest to Bromley) there was no odor in Ludlow, but Bromley smelled rotten. However, when they built a new sanitation plant several miles west of Bromley, on Rt.8 (a beautiful drive except in winter), the odor in Bromley disappeared. And that was many years ago..

There is no odor problem is Ludlow, or Bromley in fact.
Ludlow is land locked and the downtown has gone through some blight. But the town, especally west of the High School and on Highway ave. is a hidden secret of low home prices and above average schools.
Daivd
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