Ruth Quaschnick of the Madera Ranchos holds up a sign in opposition of the Austin Quarry, while retired Vulcan Materials Company employee Joe Camarillo looks on during a meeting of the Madera County Planning Commission that finished July 20, 2016. The quarry was approved in a 3-2 vote.
Ruth Quaschnick of the Madera Ranchos holds up a sign in opposition of the Austin Quarry, while retired Vulcan Materials Company employee Joe Camarillo looks on during a meeting of the Madera County Planning Commission that finished July 20, 2016. The quarry was approved in a 3-2 vote. Mark Evan Smith Sierra Star
Ruth Quaschnick of the Madera Ranchos holds up a sign in opposition of the Austin Quarry, while retired Vulcan Materials Company employee Joe Camarillo looks on during a meeting of the Madera County Planning Commission that finished July 20, 2016. The quarry was approved in a 3-2 vote. Mark Evan Smith Sierra Star

Austin Quarry approved in 3-2 vote

July 20, 2016 01:51 AM

UPDATED July 26, 2016 04:50 PM

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