The latest entry was June 7th, five days ago.
It is entitled,
and has two hostile comments from those who think Cary should take the $250,000 per year from Meyer Material.
Earlier, on June 2nd, a posting includes a documentary link:
This is a first class production, which I believe will become the template for future McHenry County zoning fights. Anyone interested in local political issues needs to see what can be done on the internet.
(When I wrote this article at 4 PM Monday afternoon, 128 people had viewed the mini-documentary. In contrast, McHenry County Blog’s posting of Crystal Lake Mayor Aaron Shepley’s comments on how condemnation would not be used [ha-ha] on YouTube, posted January 17th, has been viewed 335 times.)
It includes information on the danger of dust, even dust particles too small to see, other places a gravel pit might be approved in Cary, plus information about the date of the next Cary Village Board meeting.
In the comment section, it is revealed that Meyer Material is now owned by a Swiss firm, Holcim Ltd. Marengo’s Paveloc Industries is under the same ownership.
A commenter named James says he thinks the village is leaning against zoning the pit. That would be a switch from earlier indications.
The same day, the group posted a leaflet that opponents could download:
May 25th, the web site was launched: