Documents related to the contested case hearing and affected parties can be found on our Resources & Documents page. The deadline for TCEQ to receive hearing requests (October 15, 2018) has passed. Thanks to all who filed a request.
Our next step in the fight against the planned Vulcan quarry is the upcoming contested case hearing. This is a legal process similar to a civil trial that allows affected parties to present how the proposed quarry will harm their health, property, or natural resources. Residents, landowners, organizations, counties, cities, and school districts may submit hearing requests.
We recommend that everyone within a five-mile radius of the proposed quarry site submit a hearing request and request to be named an affected person. For families, we suggest a separate hearing request for each person in your household, including children.
Submit Your Hearing Request & Be Named an Affected Person
Need help preparing your hearing request, or want someone to review it? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or message us on Facebook. We’ll also be providing in-person assistance at our Fall Yard Sale & Market on Saturday, September 29. (We are not attorneys and any information we provide should not be considered legal advice. Please consult an attorney for legal counsel.)
Consider Legal Options
Go it alone—represent yourself (not recommended)
Hire your own attorney
Join Friends of Dry Comal Creek, represented by the law firm of Frederick, Perales, Allmon & Rockwell. Anticipated legal costs are approximately $200,000. Initial contribution for representation is $1000 per household, but additional future contributions will likely be required. Contact us at email@example.com for questions or to join our group for legal representation.
We are now in the 30-day window to submit hearing requests. The deadline is October 15, 2018. Do not wait until the last minute to submit your hearing request!
You may submit your hearing request by mail, online, or both. We recommend submitting both by mail and online to avoid any potential technical errors or delays.