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Liberty Quarry Suffers Another Setback

Granite Construction’s Liberty Quarry project in Temecula, Calif., suffered another setback. According to news reports, Riverside County, Calif., supervisors voted 3-2 against the proposed 414-acre quarry to be located between Temecula’s southern border and the San Diego County line.

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Lafarge Seeks Expansion in Georgia

Lafarge Southeast Aggregates is seeking to add 6.45 acres to its Flowery Branch, Ga., operation, so the quarry can shore up its southwestern buffer and finish mining a corner of the existing property. The company is seeking a rezoning and annexation of the property.

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Connecticut Quarry Opposed

According to TheDay.com, aggregates producer Kobyluck Brothers LLC filed a lawsuit against the Waterford, Conn., Planning and Zoning Commission charging that the commission changed its zoning regulations specifically to preclude the sand and gravel company from building a stone products manufacturing facility on Industrial Drive.

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Frac Sand Mine Approved

LaSalle County, Ill., officials voted to grant Mississippi Sand LLC permission to operate a sand mine on a stretch of farmland immediately east of Starved Rock State Park, according to the Chicago Tribune.

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Liberty Quarry Update

Granite Construction’s appeal to the Riverside County Board of Supervisors for reconsideration of plans for a quarry near Temecula, Calif., will be the subject of another round of hearings, according to MyDesert.com.

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