There is a very Special Snowflake who bought a townhouse across the street from a wastewater treatment plant. The plant is on the shoreline. We're in Hawaii, so shoreline property is very desirable. Although the plant was there before the townhouse, and long before SS bought her unit, Ms. SS repeatedly complains about the odors and demands that they move the plant. The plant discharges effluent through an ocean outfall. They can't move the plant.
Of course, if the plant wasn't there, her property would be very valuable shoreline property. That would be a bonanza for her since she bought it at lower than market value because there is a wastewater treatment plant across the street. So if the city isn't going to move that stinking plant, she thinks they owe her for the difference between what her property is worth now and what it would be worth if there were no plant across the street.