Stuart, Fla., residents don’t appear to like that rooster from Popeyes — or not less than not the scent of it.
Neighbors of the fast-food chain in Martin County are complaining to the county in regards to the odor that residents liken to a “heavy grease” that “lays within the air,” WPTV reported.
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The restaurant, which opened over a yr in the past within the space, obtained so many complaints in regards to the scent that it needed to set up an air cleansing system. Nonetheless, residents have reported it hasn’t helped.
“It’s horrible. The scent is that unhealthy it’s important to go inside,” mentioned Charlie Rosseau to WPTV. Rosseau reportedly lives down the road from the place.
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Ron Taylor, who has lived within the neighborhood for 25 years, and Rosseau each really feel the air cleansing system isn’t being correctly maintained and thus isn’t serving to the fried rooster scent that has permeated the world.
“The odor, there’s no cause for it. He’s bought the system, he simply must know the best way to clear it correctly,” Rosseau mentioned to WPTV.
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Even County Commissioner Stacey Hetherington mentioned she might scent the rooster when she went out to fulfill with the neighborhood members about their considerations.
Fox Information has contacted Popeyes for remark.