Gravel quarries, Kerr mining still a hot issue

Kerr County Commissioner Tom Moser hosted a multi-agency “Town Hall” meeting last week on one of the county’s hot-button issues – the area’s gravel-mining quarries and their regulation and effects on residents.

Moser and County Judge Tom Pollard opened the meeting in half of the Event Hall at the Hill Country Youth Event Center, to a full house and a lengthy list of participants.

Moser gave participants five minutes to present their current situations and plans, except for TCEQ which got 10 minutes. Moser allowed 30 minutes for audience questions and answers at the end, but some attendees inserted their questions as the speakers were at the podium microphone instead… Read more from hccommunityjournal.com