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Judge rules in favor of East Rockhill in asphalt plant zoning

Judge rules in favor of East - The North Penn Reporter

Hanson, which has owned the quarry since 1976, leased it in 2017 to Pierson, which planned to mine materials for use in construction projects for the Pennsylvania Turnpike Authority. But last month, a Bucks County judge ruled that Pierson's plan to mine on the site while also operating an asphalt plant there violated local zoning rules.

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Bucks judge rules against Rockhill asphalt operation | The

Bucks County Court of Common Pleas Judge Robert J. Mellon issued an injunction Tuesday preventing an asphalt plant at Rockhill Quarry in East Rockhill, handing a victory to residents who opposed it. The ruling does not, however, deal with ongoing quarry operations …

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Judge: No asphalt plant at Rockhill Quarry - News Break

Mar 03, 2020 · A proposed asphalt plant will likely have to go elsewhere after a Bucks County Court of Common Pleas ruling Tuesday upheld East Rockhill's zoning laws at the Rockhill Quarry.

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Judge rules in favor of East Rockhill in asphalt plant

Mar 04, 2020 · EAST ROCKHILL — A Bucks County judge has ruled in favor of the township in a zoning case over a proposed asphalt plant at Rockhill Quarry. Judge Robert Mellon made his decision following a two-day trial March 2 and

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SRA: Suburban Realtors Alliance - News Briefs

Mar 04, 2019 · Federal court rules mostly in favor of Rockhill Quarry Judge Gerald McHugh, of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, ruled that East Rockhill Township had stepped beyond its authority in the matter of the Rockhill Quarry. McHugh did not rule on whether the quarry is able to operate an asphalt plant on the site

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No Asphalt Plant in East Sumner Neighborhood - Posts

No Asphalt Plant in East Sumner Neighborhood. 94 likes. We want the city to remain consistent their East Neighborhood plan. We're all encouraged to share our thoughts during public comment of the

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Judge: No asphalt plant at Rockhill Quarry - News Break

Mar 03, 2020 · A proposed asphalt plant will likely have to go elsewhere after a Bucks County Court of Common Pleas ruling Tuesday upheld East Rockhill's zoning laws at the Rockhill Quarry.

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https://.montgomerynews.com/perkasien - Sellersville

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Judge: No asphalt plant at Rockhill Quarry – Rockhill

Bucks judge rules against Rockhill asphalt operation CHRIS RUVO Bucks County Judge Robert J. Mellon has issued a permanent injunction that prevents an asphalt plant from operating at Rockhill Quarry – a victory for East Rockhill residents and township officials opposed to the proposed plant and related quarry operations.

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Superior Court judge rules in favor of Pond View appeal in

Aug 05, 2013 · PROVIDENCE — Superior Court Judge Sarah Taft-Carter ruled in favor of TLA-Pond View and Kenlin Properties in their appeal of a 2011 East Providence Zoning Board decision which deemed the operation to be in violation of city guidelines. In …

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Court rules in favor of Invenergy and Johnston: Water sale

Apr 23, 2019 · Court rules in favor of Invenergy and Johnston: Water sale an 'ordinary municipal water supply purpose' Updated: Rhode Island Superior Court Judge Michael Silverstein issued a ruling today in favor of Invenergy and the Town of Johnston, allowing the municipality to sell water to the proposed power plant and ship the water by truck to Burrillville for the purpose of cooling the plant's

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https://.montgomerynews.com/perkasien - Sellersville

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Judge rules against Attleboro asphalt plant Local News

Land court judge rules asphalt plant might be allowed in . Feb 14, 2017 · ATTLEBORO — If a land court judge eventually decides that Attleboro Sand & Gravel had a right to build an asphalt plant under city zoning ordinances in effect before the plants were banned, the

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Court battle looms over East Rockhill asphalt plant | The

Oct 23, 2019 · East Rockhill officials and Rockhill Quarry are gearing up for a clash in court that could decide whether or not an asphalt plant can operate at the 267-acre quarry on North Rockhill Road. The …

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Judge rules in favor of East Rockhill in asphalt plant

Mar 18, 2020 · In his decision, Mellon essentially upheld East Rockhill zoning, which officials have maintained prohibits the operation of an asphalt plant at the quarry. Mellon said the plant constituted a separate business from the quarry and kyboshed arguments from the quarry that centered, in part, on establishing a history of asphalt plant operation on

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The City of - No Asphalt Plant in East Sumner

The City of Sumner wants to hear what you and the community think about this issue. Citizens can submit their comments and concerns on the process of …

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Judge rules in favor of East - The North Penn Reporter

Judge rules in favor of East Rockhill in asphalt plant zoning case https://trib.al/He3d3aT

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Stop the reopening of the East Rockhill quarry and asphalt

URGENT! The Rockhill Quarry and Asphalt Plant are presenting East Rockhill residents with complicated legal challenges, including the vast resources of Richard Pierson, Inc. No individual can meet these challenges on their own, but COMING TOGETHER AS A COMMUNITY CAN BE A FORCE to protect our property values, our environment, and our quality of life.

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City of Marengo v. Pollack, 782 N.E.2d 913, 270 Ill. Dec

Opinion for City of Marengo v. Pollack, 782 N.E.2d 913, 270 Ill. Dec. 354, 335 Ill. App. 3d 981 — Brought to you by Free Law Project, a non-profit dedicated to creating high quality open legal information.

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Stop the reopening of the East Rockhill quarry and asphalt

URGENT! The Rockhill Quarry and Asphalt Plant are presenting East Rockhill residents with complicated legal challenges, including the vast resources of Richard Pierson, Inc. No individual can meet these challenges on their own, but COMING TOGETHER AS A COMMUNITY CAN BE A FORCE to protect our property values, our environment, and our quality of life.

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