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Wrangling continues over proposed mining operation in Chelatchie Bluff mineral lands in north Clark County

Friends of Clark County, county, state, Granite Construction Co. at odds

By , Columbian staff writer
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Legal wranglings between Clark County, Granite Construction Co., the Friends of Clark County and the state over a proposed mining operation in the Chelatchie Bluff mineral lands have yet to reach a conclusion.

The battles stem from a rezoning application filed by Granite Construction in 2021. According to county records, the four parcels Granite Construction asked to be rezoned for mining use are owned by Per Holten-Andersen.

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