Super Aggregates gets OK for Illinois quarry

Super Aggregates is set to open a quarry near Marengo City. Illinois, after the city council approved an annexation agreement and ordinances regarding rezoning land for a new quarry.

The City Council approved 80 acres in the area be annexed and zoned the 255-acre property for manufacturing and issued a special-use permit for mining to develop a quarry.

According to the annexation agreement, the owner will pay the city $0.05 for each ton of the gross amount of sand, gravel and other products excavated or produced from the property.

Super Aggregates also is required to pay a $10,000 fee to reimburse the city for any fees associated with the annexation and zoning proceedings and $50 an acre at the time of annexation, according to the agreement.

Super Aggregates estimated the city would receive about $45,000 a year from the extracting fees and sales tax.

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