Cemex Rezoning Request Approved
- Created: Wednesday, 12 October 2011 11:57
- Published: Wednesday, 12 October 2011 11:57
According to local media sources, a Madison County, Ala., judge has given the town of Gurley at least a temporary reprieve from having to pay nearly $5 million it owes after losing a court case in February. M&N Materials won a $2.75 million verdict, plus 6 percent interest, against Gurley over the town's efforts to block the company from building a rock quarry on a 269-acre site in the small community.
Temecula, Calif.'s fight against Granite Construction’s Liberty Quarry and a related city effort to annex 4,500 acres has cost city taxpayers roughly $784,000, according to local media sources. While opponents of the quarry defend the spending, quarry supporters call it a waste of public money.
Pennsylvania’s Department of Environmental Protection approved a 50-ft., next-level excavation that will allow New Hope Crushed Stone & Lime to excavate limestone to a depth of 170 ft. below sea level at its Bucks County quarry.