Lawsuit Seeks to Block Liberty Quarry Environmental Report
Published: Friday, 28 September 2012 12:43
A massive environmental study justifying Granite Construction’s Liberty Quarry project in Temecula, Calif., is the target of another lawsuit, this time from a grassroots group and a local conservation district. The litigation filed by Save Our Southwest Hills and the Elsinore-Murrieta-Anza Resource Conservation District seeks to overturn Riverside County’s certification of the report, an 8,500-page analysis of Liberty Quarry.
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Gerawan Farms Receives Conditional Use Permit
Published: Friday, 28 September 2012 12:41
The Fresno County planning commission unanimously approved a conditional use permit for an aggregate operation and asphalt plant east of Sanger, Calif. The proposed Carmelita mine, situated amidst the stone fruit orchards of Gerawan Farms, is located two miles south of Highway 180 on Reed Avenue near Sanger. The site is just west of Jesse Morrow Mountain where Cemex had been planning a 1.5 million tpy aggregate mine before being denied by the planning commission in May.
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