Why We Are Fighting

A concrete plant should not be allowed near a school or existing neighborhoods.  This picture illustrates just how close this plant will be to Hill Country Montessori School on Stone Wall Drive along Highway 46E between Boerne and Bergheim.  The children in this picture are on the field the school uses for track and cross…

Vulcan’s New Permit Application

On January 18, 2018 Vulcan withdrew its original permit and submitted a new permit for the same site on Hwy 46, permit # 150104.  This new permit is for a Standard Concrete Batch Plant with Enhanced Controls.   Other than a modified location for the bag house and stockpiles on the site, there is not…

Our Response to Vulcan

Our message to Vulcan remains unchanged. There are plenty of places you could build this plant that are not next to a school or a residential area. We urge you to reconsider. We have retained experienced legal counsel, and we will be seeking any and all legal recourse to stop the proposed plant at this…

Thank You Commissioner Elkins

Thank You Kendall County Commissioner Elkins for your support! An excerpt from Commissioner Elkins’ 4th Quarter Newsletter: “Vulcan Materials Company has filed for a new permit number for the Batch Concrete Plant. Same property but they relocated the plant location to eliminate home owners within the previous 440 yard protest boundary.  Same location with some flowery…