An organization of residents, property owners, and business owners who live or work near the asphalt plant formed the Neighbors Against the Asphalt Plant NAAP group. This is the NAAP website providing information on the proposed plant and, now that the fight is over, the history of what lead to the council decision. The Facts
Residents, business owners, educational and recreational administrators, and others are not happy about a proposed asphalt plant just 800 feet from a pristine neighborhood and recreational golf course. Here's information on what you can do to help stop the plant from being built so
against the proposed asphalt plant and the proposed activity; 1. Health and safety I understand that there are some residents in the neighboring community that have health issues that could be impacted by the emissions from the proposed asphalt plant. I also think that the entire community does not want the air quality made worse. 2.
A capacity crowd packed the Wed., April 25, meeting about the MAT Asphalt plant, sponsored by the 12th Ward IPO and held at the McKinley Park library, to hear 12th Ward Alderman George Cardenas, activists Kim Wasserman and Olga Bautista, neighbor Amber Cicotte, MAT Asphalt reps Joe Hoyt and Tony Sanchez, Billy Drew and local residents debate the project.
Asphalt Plant stopped in Franklin, NC. BREDL chapter Neighbors Against the Cullasaja Asphalt Plant NACAP reports an Asphalt Plant was stopped in Franklin NC. On March 09, 2000, the Environmental Management Commission voted to deny the air quality permit to Rhodes Brothers Paving Company who had placed a 1963 vintage grandfathered in asphalt...
Recently, Lakeside Industries, has submitted an application to King County to build an asphalt plant right on the highway and just across the street from the Cedar River. The residents of Maple Valley Heights, and surrounding neighborhoods, are asking for support to stop the building of this plant.
“Our mission is to stop the stop the Appalachian Materials asphalt plant from producing asphalt on Glendale Springs road,” Considine said. “Our goals are to keep the air and water in Glendale Springs clean and to protect the health of our neighbors, particularly the elderly with respiratory issues and the young children — especially those who are terminally ill and attend camp
Fight against asphalt, concrete plant over for now as Weld County, Martin Marietta confirm they won’t appeal. Local | April 11, 2018. Tyler Silvy. [email protected] The Martin Marietta asphalt plant, U.S. 34 and Weld County Road 13, has been a point of contention since neighbors near the proposed plant filed a lawsuit in September...
Neighbors object to Weld County asphalt plant Kevin Duggan, [email protected] Published 4:06 p.m. ET Nov. 3, 2017 | Updated 7:20 p.m. ET Nov. 5, 2017 Neighbors of a temporary asphalt plant near Colorado Highway 257 and Weld County Road 80.5 are objecting to a proposal to make the facilities permanent.
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