The months-long battle between the people of Springfield Township and a potential gravel and sand strip-mining operation has come to an end.
Three Rivers Aggregates, the Slippery Rock company that had applied for three conditional-use zoning variances, has pulled its applications, according to a letter from the company’s attorney, Louis Perrotta, to Springfield Township Solicitor Ray Bogaty.
Allied News attempted unsuccessfully several times to contact Perrotta and Mark McClymonds, the head of Three Rivers.
Bogaty said that the decision for the withdrawal had nothing to do with the township, and he declined to comment further.
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