A Public hearing will take place next week for a proposed rock crushing and sizing operation in Monterey.
According to a public hearing notice, Tayes Hollow Property, LLC has applied for a permit to construct the quarry on Henry Cemetery Road.
“The proposed operation would consist of rock crushers, screens, bins, conveyors, and associated equipment used for the crushing and sizing of rock,” the notice said. “Wet suppression would be used for pollution control.”
The notice goes on to say that there will be regulated air contaminants emitted by the source.
The The Tennessee Division of Air Pollution Control will hold the public meeting at 6 p.m. on Thursday, January 30 at the Monterey Community Center.
The information session will have an open house format with TDEC staff and company representatives on hand to answer questions one-on-one.