LeatherLux Corporation, a manufacturer of upscale handbags, had been in business for 20 years and was considered a model corporate citizen. Expanding, the company developed new tanning processes that resulted in noxious fumes and odors being released into the atmosphere. The once-welcome company was no longer viewed as a good neighbor. A number of nearby residents lodged a written complaint with LeatherLux, detailing the impact of the pollution, as required by state law. LeatherLux ignored their plea. When the fumes and odors continued unabated, the residents decided to take action. a. Do the residents have a cause of action against LeatherLux? b. It is likely that a court will rule in favor of the residents? c. Maythe residents complain to the EPA?