Corona plans concrete plant for Los Angeles

Corona, a California-based Adams Bennett Investments wants to construct a dry-mix concrete plant on the 7-acre site about a half-mile east of Alamos Canyon, Los Angeles.

The proposal includes adding a wet-mix site in the future, according to Paul Drury, the city’s deputy director of environmental services.

Under the proposal, Adams Bennett would construct two silos up to 65 feet each, a 680-square-foot office building, 36 parking spaces, and outdoor areas for materials and product storage, according to a neighborhood council staff report. Two additional silos are planned for a later date.

If the planning commission approves the project, the proposal is tentatively scheduled for final approval by the City Council on Sept. 21 or 28, Drury said.


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