Residents rally against planned quarry, rock crusher between Spicewood neighborhoods
TheDailyTrib.com EDITOR DANIEL CLIFTON
September 10, 2018

PHOTO: Michael Wright shows his opposition to a planned quarry and rock crusher on 281 acres next to the Double Horn Creek subdivision during a Sept. 8 rally. Wright, who lives in Double Horn Creek, fears the facility would increase the amount of dust and traffic in the area. Staff photo by Daniel Clifton

SPICEWOOD — More than two dozen people braved a potential storm Sept. 8 in an effort to stop a planned quarry and rock crusher being built between the Double Horn Creek and Spicewood Trails subdivisions.

“These people have no consideration for our neighborhoods,” said R.G. Carver about the company wanting to build the quarry as he spoke to a group of residents as well as people from Round Mountain, Boerne, and Sandy Creek

The group of people were all concerned with the growing number of mining operations in the area that they feel threaten their health, communities, water, and property values……

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