Citizens Advocating for Roblar Rural Quality
For quarry developer John Barella to begin construction, open and operate the Roblar Road quarry, he must meet more than 170 Conditions of Approval required by the county's Environmental Impact
After more than a ten-year battle and three-year legal fight between CARRQ and developer Roblar Road quarry developer John Barella, the State Appellate Court has reversed the decision by
CARRQ in partnership with Hessel Grange #750 (Sebastopol) is helping the Sonoma County Water Agency promote public informational meetings concerning groundwater in the Santa Rosa Plain Watershed.
We are defending an appeal by John Barella, developer, and Sonoma County against our winning California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) decision in Sonoma County Court (2010) over the proposed
Save the Date! On March 19, CARRQ and Hessel Grange #750 host geologist Jane Nielson in a talk about the impacts of the drought on our local groundwater resources.
Citizens Advocating for Roblar Rual Quality (CARRQ) is now a Federal 501 ( c ) (3) Public Charity. Tax ID Number: 27-2077408. Your donations are 100% deductible. It is easier than ever to donate!
When CARRQ won our case against the quarry project in Superior Court (Aug. 2012) we were entitled to ask that our attorney fees be paid.
John Barella, owner of the Roblar Road Quarry property, and Sonoma County have appealed the Aug.
On Oct.18, 2012 Roblar Road quarry owners John and Andrea Barella filed an appeal of Superior Court Judge Daum's ruling on the quarry's Environmental Impact Report (EIR) in which he struck down major