They are blasting today, November 9, 2016, between 3 and 4pm.
If you feel effects from this, or are concerned, or feel that the quarry is not meeting the code regulations, I suggest you file complaints with:
Person in charge of assuring that the current quarry operates within code regulations: Fred White; Fred.White@kingcounty.gov
Kathy Lambert, Councilperson email@example.com
Person in charge of quarry permit expansion: Fereshteh Dehkordi: firstname.lastname@example.org Project Manager, DPER - Resource Product Line
Please send us a copy of any complaint you do send: .
Please talk to your friends and neighbors about the quarry and its proposed expansion! We have a chance to save a pristine piece of property on a salmon bearing river if we can stop the proposed expansion. We need your help. Please visit the web site or contact us directly to learn more.
Thank you for your support
Raging River Conservation Group
Please note the ANSWER from DPER regarding property issues:
24._The quarry operator shall be responsible for any damage to nearby properties, including domestic water supply wells, attributable to blasting on the subject property. Claims for any such damage shall be the responsibility of the affected property owner and the quarry operator to handle directly between themselves, but a failure of the quarry operator to respond in good faith to any such claim may be cause for denial of future grading permits, or prohibition or restriction upon future blasting.