The public hearing on Hulsey Environmental Services’ business license, which could have been revoked after a hearing scheduled for Thursday, has been tabled until the company’s previous request to build a truck terminal is handled.
Hulsey on Cleveland Highway in Clermont has received four citations for having trucks parked on the property, a violation of one of the conditions for the plumbing company’s business license.
Hulsey has applied with the county to build a truck terminal for the property, which would hold about 10 trucks. The Hall County Planning Commission will hear that request on Nov. 5.
Clermont residents say an odor in the area can be attributed to Hulsey, which processes byproducts and waste from other businesses, such as poultry plants or restaurants. Hulsey’s attorney, Jim Walters, has said that any trucks at the Clermont property would have been emptied before arriving there.
Srikanth Yamala, the county’s planning director, said a decision about the business license can be made after the company’s pending request for the truck terminal goes through the voting process.