Attorney David Frederick at contested case hearing against Vulcan Construction Materials, Austin, Texas (June 10, 2019)

Trial Portion of Hearing on Proposed Comal Quarry Concludes

The hearing on the merits against Vulcan Construction Materials has ended. SOAH judge plans to render decision in case by September 3, 2019.

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Vulcan Materials 1604 quarry aerial view. Vulcan proposes to set up a similar quarry near SH 46 and FM 3009 in central Comal County, between Bulverde and New Braunfels.

Key Hearing on Proposed Comal Vulcan Quarry Starts June 10

Contested case hearing to determine TCEQ action on air quality permit application for Vulcan quarry between Bulverde and New Braunfels.

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Carcinogenic dust created by gravel quarry similar to the planned Vulcan Materials quarry in Comal County

Vulcan Hiding Key Air Pollution Data from Comal County Citizens

Vulcan Materials refuses to disclose key data on contaminants and pollutants they will emit. Comal County citizens deserve to have all the facts.

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SOAH Preliminary Hearing, March 6, 2019, Comal County Courthouse

Comal County Citizens and CISD Granted Affected Party Status

On March 6, nearly 200 Comal County citizens filled the courthouse in New Braunfels. The SOAH judge granted affected party status to citizens present living within five miles of the proposed crusher.

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Comal County Commissioners Fail to Support Constituents in Quarry Fight

Commissioners Court once again let down citizens of Comal County by failing to pass a meaningful, effective resolution in response to the proposed Vulcan quarry. By passing a weak, ineffective resolution, commissioners continue to fail citizens they were elected to represent.

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