NWP announces NEW business & building of Petaluma spurs.

No other details were disclosed whether the cars are coming in units trains or whom the consignee might be. Bosco also announced that Dutra Construction of Petaluma is going put in a spur into their rock and asphalt Plant just south of the new Haystack Bridge. They bought a …

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Sonoma County Gazette: February 2011

Feb 17, 2011 · The Plaintiffs maintain that the Dutra Asphalt Plant would blight the gateway to Sonoma County and Petaluma, harm the health of residents, businesses and visitors, and negatively impact the development of our local and regional economy. The factory would injure and discourage birds, fish and wildlife which use the Petaluma River and Marsh.

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North Coast Journal - Dec. 23, 2004: IN THE NEWS

ANOTHER RAILROAD SETBACK: The North Coast Railroad Authority has filed a lawsuit against a company that operates gravel barges on Sonoma County's Petaluma River, …

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GOAL: Protect the system of natural lands water resources

• Preservation from development. Fragile watershed with many species. Direct flow to Petaluma River. Erosion & landslide prone. • Preserve from development. Green horizon line under threat. Essential wildlife corridor. • Protect from asphalt plant. Fragile waterway, next to Shollenberger bird nestin g area. Crucial!

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Water regulator to deny Dutra permit - Petaluma360.com

Nov 16, 2017 · A regional water regulator intends to deny a permit for the Dutra Group, dealing a serious setback to the company's contentious plans to build an asphalt plant along the Petaluma River just

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Petaluma Argus-Courier from Petaluma, California on June 8

Thursday, June 8, 2017 ion d MIXING IT UP Shamrock sold to Vulcan Petaluma materials company now part of Alabama-based chain Federal budget proposal bad for ag State ag secretary says Trump budget

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June 2009 – California River Watch

Paul Payne, Press Democrat, August 14, 2008 Plans for a 24-hour asphalt plant along the Petaluma River upstream from Schollenberger Park are drawing fire from environmentalists concerned the facility might drive off wildlife and bring noise, water pollution and unwanted smells.

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asphalt manufacture – Enviro Updates

Jun 17, 2019 · A regional water regulator intends to deny a permit for the Dutra Group, dealing a serious setback to the company's contentious plans to build an asphalt plant along the Petaluma River just south of the city. The San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board sent a letter on Nov. 1 telling the company that its application is incomplete.

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San Francisco Bay Plan

The Bay Plan provides a formula for developing the Bay and shoreline to their highest potential, while protecting the Bay as an irreplaceable natural resource. The San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission is the agency designated to carry out the Bay Plan.

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Creek Tour — Redwood Empire Trout Unlimited

Petaluma River and Wetlands Volunteer Donate Native Plants. Mt. Taylor is a healthy, oak woodland habitat. As we climb it, we find native wildflowers and plants that were useful to California Indians, and plants such as Indian lettuce, which still is gathered and eaten by modern-day foragers. good city planning calls for setbacks here

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Marin Voice: Vast change is essential – Marin Independent

Dec 27, 2009 · AN AILING ECONOMY and a warming climate have caused many people to become more skeptical of business as usual in such matters as food, energy, housing, water …

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CLIMATE CHANGE SWAMPS PLANNERS

ROOM FOR RIVER In Yuba County, the Bear River is free to meander after a two-mile "setback" levee replaced an older, more confining levee. A 300-acre walnut orchard was removed to give the river more room, with property owners compen-sated at around $50,000 an acre. While flood experts are lauding the setback levee, some

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Petaluma River asphalt plant dealt setback

Aug 30, 2018 · August 30, 2018 A controversial asphalt plant that the Dutra Group plans to build along the Petaluma River south of the city remains on hold as a regional water regulator this month sent the

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Save Shollenberger Park: 2009

Dutra Materials wants to build an asphalt plant on the banks of the Petaluma River and 350 ft. from the walking paths of Shollenberger Park. The Petaluma City Council and our Mayor are unanimously opposed to this project! Additionally, a recent poll showed 84.5% of the citizen respondents are also opposed. Yet three of the five County

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For Life Out Here | Tractor Supply Co.

Tractor Supply Co. is the source for farm supplies, pet and animal feed and supplies, clothing, tools, fencing, and so much more. Buy online and pick up in store is available at most locations. Tractor Supply Co. is your source for the Life Out Here lifestyle!

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For Life Out Here | Tractor Supply Co.

Tractor Supply Co. is the source for farm supplies, pet and animal feed and supplies, clothing, tools, fencing, and so much more. Buy online and pick up in store is available at most locations. Tractor Supply Co. is your source for the Life Out Here lifestyle!

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Speaker bios - Petaluma Urban Chat

May 26, 2021 · He's also been battling approval and construction of an asphalt plant in the upper Petaluma River marsh, and has supported creation of river parks, along with preservation, restoration and recovery of important reaches of the Petaluma River. He advocated for ratepayer protections during the formation of an early community choice aggregation (SCP).

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Flooding | Petaluma Wetlands Alliance

Recent significant flooding events (meaning street and property flooding) have occurred in Petaluma in 1982, 1983, 1986, 1995, 1996, 1998, and 2005. The largest flood of record in the City of Petaluma occurred from January 3 through 5, 1982, and caused an estimated 28 million dollars in damages. A significant flood event occurred on December 30

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Control Heavy Runoff - Solving Drainage and Erosion

The following approaches to redirect and capture runoff can be used to control heavy runoff causing prolonged wet areas or yard erosion. If you have heavy runoff from roof downspouts and neighboring properties, redirecting or capturing runoff can provide better control. These techniques will minimize the amount of water that accumulates or that causes erosion in the problem area.

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habitat – Enviro Updates

Feb 14, 2016 · Yet a group of landowners have ripped out 20 acres of these prized vineyards to make room for river restoration, with levee setbacks, terraced banks and native plants. The project runs the length of Rutherford Reach, a 4.5-mile stretch of the Napa River between St. Helena and Oakville.

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