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More than 500 residents faced the County about the sand mining project in El Monte Valley

More than 500 residents filled up a 250-seat room at the Lakeside Community Center to attend the public meeting organized on Sept. 25 by the San Diego County to discuss the subsequent Environmental Impact Report (EIR) related to a sand mining plant proposed in El Monte Valley (EMV).

The locals stood up along the walls, chanting and holding up signs, despite the specific request for “no applause and no booing” voiced by Ben Nelson, Project Manager of the Planning and Development Services.

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Source: East County Californian

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