A line of gravel trucks leave the Vulcan gravel plant at Gibson Ranch on the San Joaquin River in 2009. Vulcan is now poised to open a quarry to the north, near the intersection of highways 41 and 145. The Madera County Planning Commission is expected to consider approval of the project at its July 19 meeting.
A line of gravel trucks leave the Vulcan gravel plant at Gibson Ranch on the San Joaquin River in 2009. Vulcan is now poised to open a quarry to the north, near the intersection of highways 41 and 145. The Madera County Planning Commission is expected to consider approval of the project at its July 19 meeting. MARK CROSSE Fresno Bee file/2009
A line of gravel trucks leave the Vulcan gravel plant at Gibson Ranch on the San Joaquin River in 2009. Vulcan is now poised to open a quarry to the north, near the intersection of highways 41 and 145. The Madera County Planning Commission is expected to consider approval of the project at its July 19 meeting. MARK CROSSE Fresno Bee file/2009

Madera planning panel could rule on controversial quarry north of Fresno

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