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Kings Road Mine reviewed by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

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By Jeff M. Hardison

Two scoping meetings with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) on March 26 and 27, in Inglis and Chiefland respectively, added to the scoping process, which began Feb. 19.

This process is where the USACE gathers verbal and written input from the public to help the corps review and analyze data. In this instance, the proposed Tarmac King Road Limestone Mine is under review. The Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is being created, USACE EIS Project Manager Ed Sarfert said.

The two EIS hearings are not the end of public input.


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