Ashe County Planning Board approves Glendale Springs
Apr 12, 2018 · Hafer expressed concern that Ashe County Planning Director Adam Stumb had not been to the site of the proposed Asphalt Plant, with Hafer wanting the board to wait for Stumb to have the opportunity. Planning Board Member Phillips asked Stumb if he would be able to dedicate "two hours of his time in the next two weeks" to go out and see the site.
COMMENTS FROM PLANNING BOARD 1 SITE PLANNING AND DESIGN Multi- use, asphalt Sidewalk, concrete Image 1 - Existing Sidewalk Analysis COMMENT 1.1: As suggested in Public Comment at the Planning Board Hearing, EF will plant flowers and ivy along the existing MWRA fence.
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East Flat Rock News: Planning Board again turns thumbs
Apr 15, 2021 · Planning Board again turns thumbs down on asphalt plant rezoning. Planning Board Chairman Steve Dozier listens to public comment during a hearing on rezoning for a proposed asphalt plant in East Flat Rock. Comments; By Bill Moss, Published: April 15, 2021.
BOARD OF SELECTMEN FEBRUARY 3, 2021 REGULAR SESSION
Director of Planning John Aubin and Chairman David Sullivan were in attendance. Mr. Aubin advised the Planning Board received the application for the proposed asphalt plant on September 22, 2020. It was scheduled for an initial presentation in front of the Planning Board on October 13, 2020. Under Section 2.8, the Planning Board requested
'Vital next step' for reparations: City Council could stop
Oct 22, 2020 · The proposal, which received a 3-0 positive vote Oct. 12 from the council's Planning and Economic Development Committee, would be a "vital next step" for the city's recently enacted reparations
The attached report of the Planning Board to the City Council is sent to you at the request Existing/Proposed Proposed Asphalt and Concrete Plant No trip generation numbers available for this use. Sidewalks None existing Traffic Impact Study (TIS) Not required Analysis of Site Access and Transportation Information
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A/TY/101 Concrete batching plant 28.9.2007 Rejected by the Metro Planning Committee (MPC) of the Town Planning Board (TPB) (1), (2) Approved Applications A/TY/102 Temporary concrete batching plant for a period of three years 22.2.2008 Approved with conditions by the MPC of the TPB (a), (b) A/TY/106 Temporary asphalt plant for a period of three
Planning Board member reports Approval of Minutes: October 13, 2020 & October 27, 2020 Ch. D. Sullivan made an executive motion to continue the work session to a date certain of November 24, 2020 in order to allow for the conduct of a virtual meeting in accordance with the applicable executive
Hamburg Town Board looking for expert to review asphalt
Sep 19, 2019 · Hamburg's Planning Board pushed off a decision on a controversial asphalt plant Wednesday night, saying it is looking for an expert to review studies submitted by the plant. The proposed asphalt plant, planned for a working concrete plant site on the edge of Camp Road, has been very controversial.
Proposed asphalt facility met with controversy | wgrz.com
Aug 26, 2019 · Updated: 11:17 PM EDT August 26, 2019. BUFFALO, N.Y. — Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz is expressing concerns about a proposed hot mix asphalt plant in Hamburg. AL Asphalt Corporation wants
The proposed fabrication plant would be located at 850 Rt. 28, adjacent to Onteora Lake, Pickerel Pond, and immediately east of the Ashokan Reservoir and the Ashokan Rail Trail. Some of the effects from the proposed plant include increased noise and industrial traffic levels in the area, visual impacts, and potential changes to the aquifer and