Quarry Letter To Council

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Letter to Newcastle Council Walley's Quarry Jo Gideon

2021. 3. 18. Letter to Newcastle Council Walley's Quarry. Tweet. Thursday, 18 March, 2021. In advance of the Special Full Council Meeting being held by Newcastle Borough Council later this week, I wrote to Councillor Simon Tagg, Leader of the Council to raise my concerns on behalf of residents living in Stoke-on-Trent Central who have contacted me to raise

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UDC Approves Quarry Permit Letter Upper Delaware

UDC Approves Quarry Permit Letter. December 7, 2012. NARROWSBURG –The Upper Delaware Council, Inc. (UDC) approved a letter to the Pennsylvania. Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) on Dec. 6 withdrawing its public hearing request on a permit to expand a quarry business in Lackawaxen Township. While the UDC originally objected to the

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Harrison council approves letter of support to stop the

The council officially approved a resolution to write a letter of support for the group opposing local quarry development. How Did We Get Here? In May 2017, the District of Kent Council

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Clay residents concerned about

2020. 10. 16. Then another well-educated citizen of Clay, Dr. Billy Buckner, told the City Council and those attending the meeting that quarries create a great deal of silica dust which causes silicosis and

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Walley’s Quarry what we can do Newcastle-Under-Lyme

If you have made a complaint to the Borough Council about any of these matters, your complaint details have been passed on to the County Council. In the meantime you might find the following useful: The planning permission restricts the hours of operation for most activities to 07:00 to 19:00 Mondays to Fridays, 07:00 to 13:00 Saturdays and no operations on Sundays, Bank and Public Holidays

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Council: Glen Christie Quarry letter lacking information

Council: Glen Christie Quarry letter lacking information. PUSLINCH After several decades, the Glen Christie Quarry has come back to life. Though still owned by the Glen Christie Company Limited, the site is now being operated by James Dick Construction. Following a recent request by Puslinch council, the company wrote a letter to area residents

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Stop Reydon/Wangford quarry CrowdJustice

Suffolk County Council are considering a planning application for a huge 25.4 hectare (63 acres = the size of 35 football pitches!) quarry extension on open farmland close to the Hen Reedbeds Nature Reserve (Suffolk Wildlife Trust), inside the Suffolk Coast

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Campaign News Page 6 Stop Bengeo Quarry

The Molewood Residents Association has written to the County Council to express concerns about the proposed quarrying of gravel north of Bengeo. In their letter they highlight the community value of the site, proximity of homes, environmental issues and road safety. » Read the Molewood Residents Association letter here

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Council withdraws support for development near quarry

2021. 4. 1. An unidentified owner of land at Piora at Casino has been asking Richmond Valley Council to rezone an area south of the Woodview Quarry since early 2004, minutes of a December council meeting showed.

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Protesters threaten to grind Nuneaton to a halt over quarry

The public will be made aware by leaflet drops and posters. "Public announcement via media and a council-led public meeting with positive action will be the only way this will be resolved. Should

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