Dear Neighbor –
As the Quarry begins to prepare for Phase 1 Reclamation in the Northeast Quadrant, and in collaboration with the Point San Pedro Road Coalition, our team wanted to share some additional information with you about upcoming activities.
- Reclamation is expected to begin on July 9, 2018, and continue for 10 weeks.
- During that period, reclamation activities will be conducted M-F, 7AM to 5PM.
- Reclamation activities will be confined to the area outlined in the photo below.
- We estimate moving 100,000 to 150,000 tons of material during the 2018 Season. All equipment utilized will be Tier Compliant and equipped with broadband backup alarms.
- Dutra will employ measures to keep any dust generated from reclamation activities to a minimum.
- We expect that, as reclamation work winds up, our busy processing season (September and October) will begin. We don’t anticipate both activities taking place at heightened levels simultaneously, and we will make efforts to minimize any cumulative effects if they do.
The County will be conducting air-monitoring at a neighboring residence during the duration of the reclamation activities.
As brief background for those who have moved into the area since our current permit and reclamation plan were approved in 2010, our reclamation plan requires us to perform ongoing land reclamation and allows for Phase 1 reclamation activities in the Northeast Quadrant (generally, the Quarry sector that abuts Marin Bay Park) for up to 10 weeks during the warmer months of each year.
Our Team is available to answer any questions you may have during this process. Please do not hesitate to call 415-459-7740 or my cell 415-407-1592.
Wishing Everyone A Safe & Enjoyable Summer!
Aimi Dutra Krause
Public Relations Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
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EMERGENCY RESPONSE: Dutra will be responding to the Tyler Island Levee Failure. Evacuations are in process with the immediate threat to locals, as well as multiple properties and businesses. Operation details are still evolving- with 24-7 barge loading permitted. Current expected project length is two weeks. We will keep you updated with more details as soon as they are available.
UPDATE 2/22/17: This work was completed on time, and without issue. The total hours of operation for this project totaled to 26 hours, with a total of 4 barges loaded.
If you have any questions or concerns, you can contact Aimi Dutra at (415) 307-1592.
The Quarry's products are being utilized again for emergency work brought on from the recent storms. East Bay Mud has taken on the project, which is to stabilize a landslide in Orinda, CA. The work is to begin on Saturday the 14th, and continue to Tuesday the 17th, operating during daytime hours of 7am to 5pm.
UPDATE 1/18/17: This work was completed on time, and without issue. The total hours of operation for this project totaled to 34 hours, with a total of 106 truck loads leaving the quarry.
For any questions or concerns, you can contact Public Relations Director, Aimi Dutra (415) 307-1592.
Due to the recent storms, The San Rafael Rock Quarry will be supplying rock for an emergency levee repair in Novato, CA. The California Dep. of Fish & Wildlife has declared the work urgent and life threatening, so SRRQ will be exercising the Emergency Response provisions of its permit, effective immediately.
The work is to begin on Wednesday, January 11th, and is expected to continue daily to Saturday the 14th. The San Rafael Rock Quarry will have a truck marshal present during all hours of operation to ensure truck driver regulations are upheld.
UPDATE 1/16/17: This work was completed on time, and without issue. The hours of operation outside of normal business hours totaled to 18.5, with a total of 77 truck loads leaving the quarry.
We appreciate your patience during this time. We encourage you to reach out to our Public Relations director Aimi Dutra (415) 307-1592, should you have any questions or concerns.