american cement


V.19 No.11 | 3/18/2010

Neverending Stories

Clearing the Air

The saga of North Valley residents battling a cement company in their neighborhood may have come to a close. On Wednesday, March 10, the city’s Air Quality Control Board approved a settlement agreement between the Greater Gardner Neighborhood Association and American Cement.

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V.18 No.50 | 12/10/2009
The storage silos at American Cement’s transfer station sit in a North Valley neighborhood.
Eric Williams ericwphoto.com

Neverending Stories

EPA Looks Into American Cement Permit

The Environmental Protection Agency is concerned about the federal enforceability of a permit issued to a cement transfer station in the North Valley, according to documents requested by the Alibi under the Inspection of Public Records Act.

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V.18 No.43 | 10/22/2009

Derby Wars: Good vs. Evil

It wasn’t the usual championship match. Still, the finale on Sunday, Oct. 18, offered promise for seasons to come. All the skaters wanted in on the last 2009 game, part of the Rock the Ink tattoo fest at the Convention Center. So instead of pitting any of the league’s four teams against each other, Duke City Derby created two new squads, which allowed all the derby girls to roll in. On that fateful day, team Good triumphed over Evil, 85-62.

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V.18 No.34 | 8/20/2009
The storage silos at American Cement’s transfer station sit in a North Valley neighborhood.
Eric Williams ericwphoto.com

Neverending Stories

Air Conditioning

American Cement's permit will likely be approved, but public input could keep the company on a tighter leash

Hours of heated debate probably won't stop a North Valley cement company from operating 24 hours a day and escalating pollution.

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V.18 No.33 | 8/13/2009

News

The Daily Word 08.07.09: Tax-Free, American Cement and Earth-Like Planets

The Daily Word

The tax-free weekend has begun.

KRQE Channel 13 news reporter Kellie Lavoie has temporarily taken herself off the air for safety concerns.

The city is likely to approve a contentious permit for American Cement.

Is Dem Party Chair Brian Colón involved in a conflict of interest?

Something that says the U.S. economy may be getting better.

There was a fire in southwest Albuquerque last night. No one was hurt.

“Cash for Clunkers” gets a $2 billion extension.

Why we can now look for Earth-like planets like we never have before.

Where all the rejected iPhone apps go.

V.18 No.18 | 4/30/2009
The storage silos at American Cement’s transfer station sit in a North Valley neighborhood.
Eric Williams

Newscity

Cement Déjà Vu

Neighbors face increased pollution from a cement transfer station—again

One narrow street and a tall wall is all that separates Perry Key’s North Valley house from a cement transfer station.

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