Tonawanda News — “For years, the crematory’s neighbors were forced to live with the facility’s offensive odors, dark smoke and loud noise,” she said. “We thank the attorney general’s office for defending the quality of life of these families.”
Owners of the crematory did not return calls for comment Tuesday, but Anthony Amigone Sr. responded to complaints during an interview in July.
“We have never had any body parts or smell problems,” he said. “It seems like this is a bandwagon cause. I practically live in this building. My kids are here, my grandchildren work in this building ... we can tell them some of the facts that aren’t dreamt up by people.”
Contact reporter Jessica Bagley at 693-1000 ext. 4150, or follow her on Twitter @JessicaLBagley.