Danny Williamson, left, and Slade White, with Mari Signum, gave up trying to convince Pascagoula City Council that cooking shrimp hulls to produce chitin won’t create unmanageable smells for neighbors.
Danny Williamson, left, and Slade White, with Mari Signum, gave up trying to convince Pascagoula City Council that cooking shrimp hulls to produce chitin won’t create unmanageable smells for neighbors. Karen Nelson klnelson@sunherald.com
Danny Williamson, left, and Slade White, with Mari Signum, gave up trying to convince Pascagoula City Council that cooking shrimp hulls to produce chitin won’t create unmanageable smells for neighbors. Karen Nelson klnelson@sunherald.com

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