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Posted by: thepinetree on 06/21/2016 08:08 AM Updated by: thepinetree on 06/21/2016 08:08 AM
Expires: 01/01/2021 12:00 AM
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Hogan Asphalt Plant Moving To Carson Hill ~ By Supervisors Steve Kearney & Cliff Edson

Valley Springs & Angels Camp, CA...Over the weekend much was said on social media regarding the removal of the stored asphalt plant at the Hogan Quarry. At this time we are able to share the evolution of this project. The issues regarding the Asphalt Plant are complex and confusing. As county supervisors we have not been able to comment publicly up to this point or correct the misinformation being exchanged on social media and in the community for reasons related to county liability as well as possible legal issues.

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The applicant was notified by actions of the Planning Commission and the Board of Supervisors that an Authority to Construct would be required which would likely include a full CEQA environmental review at the Hogan Quarry location. Subsequently

staff notified supervisors that an inquiry was made regarding locating an asphalt plant at Carson Hill. At the beginning of this month we were updated that the Air District had received an Authority to Construct for CB Asphalt located at Carson Hill Rock Products (this is a matter of public record) where a Mitigated Negative Declaration has already reviewed all applications of the mining operation including an asphalt plant operation.

We felt at this time it was important to give an update on this project. We will continue to work hard on behalf of our constituents and will help facilitate progress whenever possible as we represent all citizens of Calaveras County.



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support for
Posted on: 2016-06-21 09:48:51   By: Anonymous
 
Its a good business to have with good jobs. The closer the plant is to the users in Calaveras county the less driving will be required to deliver materials to the final construction site. We have roads that need asphalt less we go back to dirt. Lets support a business in our community that will provide needed materials to support our infrastructure along with a few good jobs, which will further support more jobs.

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    Re: support for
    Posted on: 2016-06-21 11:36:29   By: Anonymous
     
    so happy to hear this "good business" aka polluting, stinking health hazard~will not be allowed to operate in a subdivision in Valley Springs! Not sure where carson hill is but I think its in Angels Camp? good. 30 miles up the road sounds great to me. Bye don't let the door hit ya on the way out. This is a great example of what happens when a community comes together and fights a monster.

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      Re: support for
      Posted on: 2016-06-21 15:50:52   By: Anonymous
       
      Yes fuel money being spent and kept in Angels Camp and not sh!t box Valley Springs. That means all the snacks foods, cigs, chewing tobacco, soda's, groceries, parts if needed, Beer for at the Yard and more. Damn straight Angels Camp will like those monies coming in.

      What is Valley Springs getting? Oh ya a Dollar General.....lol. Fools.

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        Re: support for
        Posted on: 2016-06-21 16:53:20   By: Anonymous
         
        that is almost funny. have you looked around Angels Camp lately? enjoy your asphalt plant. hahaha

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          Re: support for
          Posted on: 2016-06-21 20:27:55   By: Anonymous
           
          One industry in time brings in other industry and in time that builds your economy. That plant now can service Tuolumne County and Calaveras County. Win/Win.

          Enjoy your tweak haven in Valley Springs. It will always be a hole just like San Andreas. Once you get sucked in you usually do not get out. That has not changed much since the 70's when Rancho Calaveras first went in.

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          Re: support for
          Posted on: 2016-06-22 22:07:20   By: Anonymous
           
          I think asphalt plants are fun.
          And every once in a while you run into a cute chick.

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          Re: support for
          Posted on: 2016-06-23 05:18:42   By: Anonymous
           
          Well he is right, and I don't live in Angels Camp. It's well known that Valley Springs is a *bleep* hole of a place, but hey, someone has to live there, glad it's you and the fine upstanding criminals that reside there.

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        Re: support for
        Posted on: 2016-06-22 10:09:27   By: Anonymous
         
        I doubt you will be pulling up behind an asphalt truck at a gas station here. They probably but bulk and gas on site...and that income from some drivers buying cigs and sodas isn't leaving me starry eyed

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          Re: support for
          Posted on: 2016-06-22 10:11:35   By: Anonymous
           
          ....and beers at the yard??......yay, lets get drunk and run an asphalt plant!...please...ain't gonna happen....


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            Re: support for
            Posted on: 2016-06-23 05:35:36   By: Anonymous
             
            Wow, you must be an idiot. The Sutton's run a business, actually multiple businesses from their quarry, the latest was cement coming from their plant. I haven't heard how it's doing since I know longer work cement, and I'm not sure how many trucks they have, but the asphalt part will help the 'boys" build their business up that much faster.

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        Re: support for
        Posted on: 2016-06-26 11:06:53   By: Anonymous
         
        Dollar General Smells Way Better, will generate more tax dollars and serve the community far better than an asphalt plant.

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    Re: support for
    Posted on: 2016-06-21 21:39:27   By: Anonymous
     
    The plant should not put out much in the environmental area, highly regulated. They have plants in the valley and bay area 100 - 200 feet from homes. Worse plant is the one in Santa Clara that makes fiberglass, smell it from a 1/2 mile away. The local asphalt plant you don't smell from 1/4 mile away.

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      Re: support for
      Posted on: 2016-06-23 05:24:50   By: Anonymous
       
      Considering no one will be smelling asphalt from where Carson Hill is located, it's a great pick. Congrats to the Sutton's on getting the plant, and I hope all runs as smooth as a newly paved road for you guys.
      Nice job.


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support for
Posted on: 2016-06-21 09:48:51   By: Anonymous
 
Its a good business to have with good jobs. The closer the plant is to the users in Calaveras county the less driving will be required to deliver materials to the final construction site. We have roads that need asphalt less we go back to dirt. Lets support a business in our community that will provide needed materials to support our infrastructure along with a few good jobs, which will further support more jobs.

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    Re: support for
    Posted on: 2016-06-21 16:54:41   By: Anonymous
     
    Thank God for places like Carson Hill.

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No Subject
Posted on: 2016-06-21 10:48:16   By: Anonymous
 
Think DOPE not Asphalt

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2016-06-23 05:37:29   By: Anonymous
     
    DOPE? Why should I be thinking of Valley Spring criminals?

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Great!
Posted on: 2016-06-21 15:02:29   By: Anonymous
 
Downtown Angels Camp should thrive with the addition of asphalt truck traffic...

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    Re: Great!
    Posted on: 2016-06-21 19:06:39   By: Anonymous
     
    Sorry, not interested in having an asphalt plant in my neighborhood either. Where does George Reed get their asphalt?

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      Re: Great!
      Posted on: 2016-06-21 20:43:36   By: Anonymous
       
      We're do you live green horn

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      Re: Great!
      Posted on: 2016-06-23 05:29:56   By: Anonymous
       
      George gets it in Clements, where he has an asphalt plant.

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        Re: Great!
        Posted on: 2016-06-23 21:25:13   By: Anonymous
         
        George Reed has an asphalt plant on O'Byrnes Ferry Rd. just past the prison, near 108-120

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No Matter Where It is..............
Posted on: 2016-06-21 19:54:00   By: Anonymous
 
it will be toxic for the area.
As they stated, the expensive research will have to be done any way, no matter where it goes.
"Carson Hill is on the Mother Lode belt in southwestern Calaveras County. The district consists of that portion of the Mother Lode that extends from Carson Flat southeast through Carson Hill to the town of Melones on the Stanislaus River. It has also been known as the Melones district. "

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    Re: No Matter Where It is..............
    Posted on: 2016-06-21 20:10:26   By: Anonymous
     
    That might be true, but dress all the employees like Teletubbies characters, and it'll reverse the harmful effect of the asphalt plant, or so I've read.

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    Re: No Matter Where It is..............
    Posted on: 2016-06-22 06:53:31   By: Anonymous
     
    G'bye Edson and Kearney......

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      Re: Impact
      Posted on: 2016-06-22 07:18:34   By: Anonymous
       
      Doesn't seem like it would create enough jobs to be worth the impact on the area. Downtown Angels Camp is bad enough with logging trucks, etc. Exiting to Sonora isn't good either, Rawhide Rd. or downtown Sonora.

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        Re: Impact
        Posted on: 2016-06-22 21:10:53   By: Anonymous
         
        Let's give the taxes to other counties not are own that makes a lot of sense

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Asphalt plant in Carson Hill
Posted on: 2016-06-22 11:03:49   By: Anonymous
 
While I don't know what a Mitigated Negative Declaration does or allows, any asphalt plant anywhere should be subject to CEQA. However, Carson Hill is already destroyed by the mining operations there and better to put the asphalt plant there than to destroy the area on Hogan Dam Rd next to the Calaveras River water supply. Still don't know why George Reed can't keep the local asphalt work. They already have their own plant. Ford Construction is out of Lodi and is a much bigger company. They and CB Asphalt can go elsewhere. We should not let them edge out George Reed.

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    Re: Asphalt plant in Carson Hill
    Posted on: 2016-06-22 21:13:11   By: Anonymous
     
    George reed does not give back to the county .

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      Re: Asphalt plant in Carson Hill
      Posted on: 2016-06-22 21:14:49   By: Anonymous
       
      What do you drive on everyday what do you park your car on

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        Re: Asphalt plant in Carson Hill
        Posted on: 2016-06-24 13:47:45   By: Anonymous
         
        the George Reed-paved sections of Highway 4 that are already cracking...!

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