Were you denied affected person status by TCEQ? Maybe you live more than one mile away from the proposed Vulcan rock crusher site? You have ONE LAST CHANCE to make your case.
On December 12, the TCEQ Commissioners granted the Friends of Dry Comal Creek and Stop 3009 Vulcan Quarry “affected person” status, but failed to recognize many others. Join us to learn about the next steps you can take when addressing the Administrative Law Judge during the State Office of Administrative Hearing. YES—you get another bite at the apple, but you must do it in person!
We will outline the next steps, time lines, legal implications and discuss how as a community, we need to coalesce and continue to Stop 3009 Vulcan Quarry.
Top Reasons to Attend
1. News updates and recent developments on proposed Vulcan quarry.
2. Learn the benefits of receiving “affected person” status.
3. Discover how you can become an affected person at SOAH—even if TCEQ has already denied your request, you live more than one mile from the crusher site, or you’ve moved into the area recently.