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Mining company to pay Riverside County's legal bills


Last updated 11/6/2012 at Noon

RIVERSIDE - A mining company will be responsible for paying all of Riverside County's legal bills tied to lawsuits filed to stop a mine near Temecula that a divided Board of Supervisors today approved for expedited review.

Watsonville-based Granite Construction agreed to indemnify the county against all legal challenges to the proposed Liberty Quarry.

Following a nearly three-hour public hearing, the board voted 3-2 to put the project on "fast-track'' processing, with the goal of deciding within the next 90 days whether to grant permits for the 414-acre mine, which would be situated on a...

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