Granite Construction: Only clean air engine trucks may use Liberty Quarry
Liberty Quarry will produce construction-grade aggregate, the basic building blocks for roads, schools, hospitals and numerous other infrastructure needs from an isolated location with direct access to Interstate 15. The Department of Conservation has reported that Riverside County will run out of this material in the next 10-20 years if no new sources are permitted. The County EIR estimates that the location of the quarry could reduce the annual truck miles on Riverside County freeways but up to 16.5 million truck-miles per year.
The County Planning Commission is scheduled to continue its review of the Liberty Quarry project and the FEIR findings at a third public hearing on June 22 beginning at 9 a.m. at Rancho Community Church in Temecula.
A full copy of the FEIR is available on home page as well as at www.LibertyQuarryFacts.com.
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