What can I do about odor from a feedlot I live by?

Nicollet County is an agricultural area, so it is normal to have some odor, dust, noise, and other situations characteristic of agricultural practices. If you live in a rural home near a feedlot, you can expect to have an annoying level of odor for an average of 50 hours per month.

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1. Do I need to call Gopher State One Call?
2. When do I need a permit?
3. Is there a way to see the Zoning Ordinance?
4. Is the lot I want to buy, split, and/or sell okay to build on?
5. What is WECS?
6. Where are the recycling drop off sites located?
7. Where is the Household Hazardous Waste Facility and Product Reuse Center and when is it open?
8. Is there any funding assistance to upgrade a septic system?
9. What does the Public Works Department have to do with my request for a zoning permit?
10. Do I have to have a mound [septic system]?
11. When do I need to get my septic system inspected?
12. If my septic system needs to be replaced, how long do I have to get that done?
13. Why get a feedlot permit?
14. What can I do about odor from a feedlot I live by?
15. Do I need a feedlot permit?
16. What information will I need to get a feedlot permit?
17. Where can I build a feedlot in the county?
18. What is the process to establish a feedlot in Nicollet County?
19. Can I drain a wet area on my land?
20. How do I know if a wet area is a wetland?
21. What is the gravel tax?