What does your neighborhood smell like?
Actually......a quite serious question, not meant to be in jest. Over the years, serious health issues have nosed-up in neighborhoods with chemical plants, oil refineries, in valley settings with no good airflow, etc.
Gary, IN, was always a place that you could smell before you even arrived. As clean air technology changed emission standards.....and many steel-producing jobs moved away.....the smell is no longer so evident. Lancaster, OH, was (perhaps still is?) a paper-producing community......quite the fowl odor in that town.
I have been to small Great Lakes fishing villages.....and the strong smell of fish, fresh and smoked, is strong. Even my own bedroom suburb, Swanton, will occasionally reek from farmers who had spread manure on their fields. We can always tell when it is a north wind.
Toledo's east side has a couple of oil refineries. There is a strong oil odor in the neighborhoods adjacent to those facilities.
I have never been to Hershey, PA. Does it smell like chocolate?
What about your town or neighborhood? What say you?