20/5/2018 · Martin Marietta has asked a District Court to not deny the plant's permit, as appeared to be the direction of the Appeals Court, but to direct the Weld County commissioners to reconsider the
5/10/2015 · Martin Marietta sought a use by special review permit to build a ready-mix concrete plant, an asphalt plant, aggregate-processing facility and rail loop on 133 acres of leased agricultural land
28/5/2021 · » Martin Marietta wants to lease 10.8 acres of its property zoned I-2 (heavy industrial) to Granite Contracting, which will move an asphalt plant from South Carolina and operate it there
5/10/2015 · GREELEY — Despite a lawsuit filed last month by eight residents and businesses near the Weld-Larimer county line, Martin Marietta Materials Inc. says it is going ahead with plans to build a $20 million asphalt plant near U.S. Highway 34 west of Greeley.
4/6/2018 · A long-running legal battle over a Martin Marietta distribution center for asphalt and concrete near U.S. Highway 34 in Weld County is revving up again. A District Court judge on Monday sent the
Officials for Martin Marietta and Weld County said they were reviewing the decision before deciding their next steps. County commissioners approved the plant in August 2015 and neighbors filed suit a month later. Construction began in October of 2015, and
27/9/2018 · Martin Marietta, Weld County, won't appeal asphalt plant decision Opinion: This man is getting attention for defeating asphalt plant
5/12/2017 · The Board of Weld County Commissioners will appeal the Colorado Court of Appeals decision that ruled against them in a land-use case involving a concrete and asphalt plant near a …
28/5/2017 · The lawsuit names the commissioners, as well as Martin Marietta Materials and other investors. At issue is a proposed concrete and asphalt plant, including a railroad loop, near Weld County Road 13 and U.S. 34 that commissioners approved in August 2015.
20/5/2018 · Kisker is the face and voice of a community effort that appears to have successfully defeated a Martin Marietta Materials asphalt and concrete distribution center in western Weld County about a
12/4/2018 · A three-year legal battle over a $70 million Martin Marietta asphalt and concrete distribution center in Weld County appears to be over.
16/1/2019 · Bonner County commissioners in Idaho have backed the Planning & Zoning (P&Z) Commission's decision to allow an asphalt batch plant to be moved from Sandpoint to Sagle, despite opposition from neighbours and landowners. A report by Bonner County Daily Bee says the terms of the proposal will allow Interstate Concrete & Asphalt to move the plant from Frank Linscott's gravel quarry …
27/9/2018 · WELD COUNTY, Colo. -- A controversial concrete and asphalt plant in Weld County never opened because of legal battles and fallout with neighbors. Now, the plant owner, Martin Marietta, has
6/10/2015 · Martin Marietta Materials is going ahead with plans to build a $20 million asphalt plant near Greeley, Colorado, despite a lawsuit filed last month by local residents. Despite the lawsuit filed last month by eight residents and businesses near the Weld-Larimer county line, Martin Marietta Materials says it is going ahead with its asphalt plant near US Highway 34 west of Greeley, Colorado.
16/3/2018 · The neighbors won a significant victory in November 2017, when the appellate court reversed the County's approval because the plant would not meet the residential noise standards. Judge Terry Fox, who authored the appellate decision, explained that Weld County "abused its discretion" when it approved Martin Marietta's USR application without sufficient evidentiary support in the record.
11/4/2018 · The Martin Marietta asphalt plant, U.S. 34 and Weld County Road 13, has been a point of contention since neighbors near the proposed plant filed a lawsuit in September 2015. In November, the Colorado Court of Appeals reversed the Board of Weld County Commissioners' decision to allow the plant, and the appeals court refused to re-hear the case in March.
2/5/2018 · Resolution and USR permit. ("Fight Against Asphalt, Concrete Plant Over for Now as Weld County, Martin Marietta Confirm They Won't Appeal," T. Silvy, The Greeley Tribune (Apr. 11, 2018) (attached hereto as Exhibit B).)
4/6/2018 · Martin Marietta and Weld County decided to not appeal the case to the state Supreme Court. The facility was built as the case was going through the court system. It includes new asphalt and
26/1/2018 · JOHNSTOWN — Martin Marietta has about 70 million reasons to operate the new asphalt and concrete distribution center it has built a half-mile south of U.S. Highway 34 in western Weld County
22/11/2017 · The Martin Marietta asphalt plant, U.S. 34 and Weld County Road 13, has been a point of contention since neighbors near the proposed plant filed a lawsuit in September 2015. On Wednesday, the Colorado Court of Appeals reversed the Board of Weld County …