Citizens Against Mining invite all to a virtual meeting on Wednesday, March 24, 2021 to discuss the current and future developments in the fight against Jurgensen’s proposed limestone mine in Mad River Township. Find out details concerning the Board of Zoning Appeals and how this Clark County agency will figure into this fight. The Zoom link will be published at this website and the CAM Facebook Page several days before the event.
When Clark County prematurely settled the lawsuit filed against it by Enon Sand & Gravel in federal district court, four neighboring landowners took up the fight against the mining company’s exaggerated claims that large portions of its recently acquired land in southern Mad River Township were exempt (“grandfathered”) from Clark County Zoning regulations which would have required a conditional use permit for mining operations in an area zoned for agricultural/residential use.
Following a 3 day trial in Clark County Common Pleas Court , CAM is pleased to report that the neighbors have received a favorable decision in their private lawsuit against Enon Sand & Gravel, the effect of which (if upheld by the Court of Appeals) will be to require the company to apply to the Clark County Board of Zoning Appeals for a conditional use permit before commencing mining operations on some 90 acres which the company had alleged they could mine without a conditional use permit.
JOIN THE CAM TEAM
A CAM family membership is $100 for 2021. Consider joining and supporting CAM as the New Year approaches. The membership dollars are used to oppose Jurgensen’s proposed limestone mine in Mad River Township.
Memberships dues can be sent to:
CITIZENS AGAINST MINING
P.O. BOX 222
ENON, OHIO 45323-9998
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Updated last: 1-24-2021