Cedarburg residents are reporting an odor in the city after a pipe break.
According to the city, a private company had a pipe break in their Flow Equalization Tank, leading to the "offensive smell" in the area.
City employees are in contact with the company and are working to put an end to the odor.
The pipe isn't scheduled to be fixed until July 14.
Here is a statement from Kemps regarding the odor issue at the Cedarburg milk plant:
"We are aware of the unpleasant odor at the Cedarburg, Wis. plant. While not a human health issue, we understand the inconvenience it may be causing those in our community. We are working diligently to correct the situation. We are partnering with a third-party consultant to help identify the root cause and will work with our team to provide a solution. We take great pride in being a responsible organization within Cedarburg and will take the necessary steps to remedy the situation as soon as possible."