Item D, page 2 of 13: The development, operating and environmental procedures and measures proposed to be utilized in connection with the proposed uses are appropriate and adequate to eliminate or effectively minimize any adverse impacts thereof and to maintain the high quality of public health and safety prevalent in the Town
Item F: The public necessity, convenience, general welfare and good zoning practice warrant such amendment and Zoning district change, are in the best interest of the Town, and are consistent with the intent and purpose of the Town’s Zoning Regulations to promote the public health, safety, morals and general welfare of the Town and citizens.
That language is so ridiculous and patently false it is almost laughable if it were not such a serious issue. The EPA Superfund cleanup of the old Alabama Plating Company incident is a prime example of a serious lack of "high public safety and health" prevalent in the Town of Vincent:
Perhaps these "experts" really believe their claims based on their experiences and knowledge, however, if the Town of Vincent were against the quarry and was able to pay the money WRQ is paying these individuals, to represent their interests, we have to wonder how different their assessments of the effects of this quarry would have been.