White Rock Quarries Public Hearing Shows Public Opposition to River Threat

Last night at a public hearing in Vincent, Coosa Riverkeeper Frank Chitwood delivered oral arguments that the proposed White Rock Quarries will threaten water quality in the Coosa River. The public hearing was part of the public comment period which ends at 5PM on April 21, 2014. Martin Reed of Al.com wrote an article summarizing the public’s overwhelming opposition to the limestone quarry. Interested citizens can learn more about the quarry and how to submit their own comments on our webpage.

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Karen Jensen, a member of the public who loves the Coosa River, speaks in opposition to the quarry.

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