Angelo’s Aggregate Materials, the company behind a proposed landfill near environmentally sensitive land in Pasco County, says it is disappointed in the state’s decision to issue an intent to deny their permit application, and looks forward to “an objective review and ruling from an administrative law judge.”
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This morning, the Pasco County Board of Commissioners met to discuss the landfill application of Angelo’s Aggregates — a controversial proposal that was denied in the past and could damage environmentally sensitive lands. State Sen. Mike Fasano, R-New Port Richey, spoke to the commission to address his concerns, imploring them to take an official stance on the permit to send a message to the state Department of Environmental Protection.
As previously reported by The Florida Independent, state Sen. Mike Fasano, R-New Port Richey, will be speaking to the Pasco County Board of Commissioners tomorrow, opposing a controversial landfill permit that could have an adverse affect on surrounding environmentally sensitive lands.
A controversial landfill proposal in Pasco County has generated a hefty amount of opposition on the part of lawmakers and environmentalists alike. On Aug. 23, state Sen. Mike Fasano, R-New Port Richey, will address the Pasco Board of County Commissioners about the proposal.
Though a plan to build a landfill near environmentally sensitive lands in Pasco County was once thought dead, the permit has been reborn in recent months. And with a new head of the state Department of Environmental Protection, it just might be approved.