Ashe County Commissioners approve asphalt plant moratorium

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  1. Commissioners approve moratorium on asphalt plant, News , Ashe County Commissioners approve asphalt plant moratorium

    JEFFERSON The Ashe County Board of Commissioners approved a six month moratorium against polluting industries, which will halt an asphalt plant from setting up shop in Glendale Springs for

  2. County to draft moratorium against asphalt plant, News , Ashe County Commissioners approve asphalt plant moratorium

    The Ashe County Board of Commissioners voted 5-0 to have the county attorney and planning department draft a moratorium against polluting industries on Monday, Oct. 5. Photo by James Howell Bob Sumner making a presentation to the Ashe County Board of Commissioners in opposition to the asphalt plant proposed by Appalachian Materials Group.

  3. Court of Appeals approves plans for controversial asphalt , Ashe County Commissioners approve asphalt plant moratorium

    May 22, 2019 · June 2015: Appalachian Materials applied for a Polluting Industries Development Ordinance (PIDO) permit in Ashe County to build and operate an asphalt plant on Glendale School Road in Glendale , Ashe County Commissioners approve asphalt plant moratorium

  4. Commissioners to meet Monday on moratorium, News , Ashe County Commissioners approve asphalt plant moratorium

    On June 18, the Boone Town Council unanimously passed a resolution asking the Watauga County Board of Commissioners to enact a six-month moratorium on all new asphalt plants and to amend the High Impact Land Use Ordinance to include public input.

  5. Commissioners vote to take asphalt plant case to NC , Ashe County Commissioners approve asphalt plant moratorium

    JEFFERSONThe Ashe County Board of Commissioners in a unanimous vote this morning authorized County Attorney John Kilby to petition the NC Supreme Court for discretionary review of a Appellate Court ruling in the ongoing asphalt plant battle.

  6. Asphalt plant planned for Ashe County, News , Ashe County Commissioners approve asphalt plant moratorium

    Currently, there is only one other asphalt plant in the county (Jefferson). News of the latest plans for two new plants in the High Country comes on the heels of public outcry about the planned construction of an asphalt facility in Deep Gap. The construction of that plant was reportedly necessitated by the U.S. 221 widening project in Ashe County.Some results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement. For more information, please see here.

  7. TRI COUNTY PAVING INCORPORATED v. ASHE COUNTY, FindLaw

  8. PUBLISHED UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS

    Feb 19, 2002 · PUBLISHED UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS , Ashe County Commissioners approve asphalt plant moratorium North Carolina and the Ashe County Board of Commissioners (col-lectively "the County") violated its due process and equal protection rights by not issuing a building permit for TCPs proposed asphalt plant, by enacting a one-year moratorium on the building of asphalt plants, and by subsequently , Ashe County Commissioners approve asphalt plant moratorium

  9. Ashe County to petition N.C. Supreme Court for , Ashe County Commissioners approve asphalt plant moratorium

    Ashe County to petition N.C. Supreme Court for discretionary appeal in asphalt plant case , Ashe County Commissioners approve asphalt plant moratorium The Ashe County Board of Commissioners unanimously authorized Ashe County Attorney John Kilby to , Ashe County Commissioners approve asphalt plant moratorium Some results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement. For more information, please see here.

  10. Sexton: Proposed asphalt plant heats up tiny Glendale , Ashe County Commissioners approve asphalt plant moratorium

    The subsequent public outcry prompted Ashe County commissioners to pass in fall 2015 a six-month moratorium while officials studied the polluting industries ordinance.

  11. Re: Tri-County Paving, Inc. v. Ashe County; Ashe County , Ashe County Commissioners approve asphalt plant moratorium

  12. PUBLISHED UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS

    Feb 19, 2002 · PUBLISHED UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS , Ashe County Commissioners approve asphalt plant moratorium North Carolina and the Ashe County Board of Commissioners (col-lectively "the County") violated its due process and equal protection rights by not issuing a building permit for TCPs proposed asphalt plant, by enacting a one-year moratorium on the building of asphalt plants, and by subsequently , Ashe County Commissioners approve asphalt plant moratorium

  13. TRI COUNTY PAVING, INC. v. ASHE COUNTY, 4th Cir , Ashe County Commissioners approve asphalt plant moratorium

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  14. BREDL Clean Air

    In 1997 BREDL organized local opposition to an asphalt plant proposal in an unzoned community in Watauga County. The permit was denied on the basis of public health protection, a first in North Carolina, and resulted in an eight month statewide moratorium on all new asphalt plant permits.

  15. BREDL Clean Air

    In 2016 Ashe County Commissioners challenged its own Planning Boards decision to allow an asphalt plant on the South Fork of the New River (Ashe County Superior Court, 16 CVS 514). Interestingly, the Planning Dept. Director denied approval for the plant under the ordinance.Some results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement. For more information, please see here.


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