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Herald residents worried about gravel mining proposal

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Posted: Friday, July 18, 2008 10:00 pm

Sacramento's most prominent housing developer has been waiting almost eight years to mine 330 acres of topsoil and gravel, but ranchers in the Herald area have continually objected to the project because it would destroy the area's peace and quiet.

Angelo Tsakopoulos is waiting for a traffic study to be completed to go with the draft environmental impact report that has already been prepared.

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