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Asphalt plant testimony centers on past operations

By Tony Boom
Mail Tribune

Supporters and opponents of Mountain View Paving presented conflicting testimony Monday about when an asphalt batch plant existed on a site near Talent

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MEDFORD — Supporters and opponents of Mountain View Paving presented conflicting testimony Monday about when an asphalt batch plant existed on a site near Talent. Those dates may be critical to the plant's future operation.

Jackson County Land Use Hearing Officer Donald Rubenstein heard the appeal of a tentative ruling by the county that allows Mountain View Paving to continue operating. Rubenstein will render a final decision by Sept. 26.

Rubenstein must determine from submitted evidence and testimony if the plant is a lawfully established, nonconforming use. Operation dates will be considered in the final ruling.

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