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Lehigh Quarry Study Session

Study Session on Regulation of the Lehigh Cement Plant

Post Date:01/06/2010

Study Session on Regulation of the Lehigh Cement Plant

The council conducted a study session to learn about regulation of the Lehigh Cement Plant (formerly Kaiser and Hanson) on January 12, 2010. The following presentations by regulatory agencies were given during the study session.

  • US Environmental Protection Agency
    Shaheera Kelly, EPA Region 9, Lehigh Title V Permits Ofc Lead
    EPA Presentation

  •  Bay Area Air Quality Control District
    Jack Broadbent, Chief Executive Officer
    Brian Bateman, Director of Engineering
    BAAQMD Presentation

  • Regional Water Quality Control Board
    Representative of Bruce Wolfe, Executive Director
    Regional Water Quality Control Board Presentation

  • County of Santa Clara
    Jody Hall Esser, Director, Department of Planning and Development
    Gary Rudholm, Senior Planner
    SCC Presentation

Response to the Study Session
City Attorney's response to legal questions raised at the Study Session

Regional Water Quality Control Board - Letter to City Manager about Stevens Creek Reservoir and Mercury, dated January 21, 2010

Bay Area Air Quality Management District - Respose to Letter, Dated January 21, 2010

More Info Lehigh Quarry & Cement Plant Info

The Lehigh Hanson Cement Plant is located off of Stevens Creek Boulevard in the western hillsides of Santa Clara County, west of the City of Cupertino. Because the facility is not located in the City of Cupertino, therefore, the City cannot currently impose any operational conditions on the quarry or the cement plant. The City does maintain an active interest on operations particularly as they may impact health and safety within the City.

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