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Quarry Activists Protest Tavaglione

Opponents of Liberty Quarry stood in front of the Riverside County Administrative Center to protest a county supervisor they say betrayed Temecula residents.

Opponents of met in front of theTuesday morning to protest a supervisor they say betrayed Temecula residents.

John Tavaglione the Liberty Quarry project in April, but then its foundational document this month.

The vote all but assures the project will be approved if Granite Construction, the company behind the plan, chooses to reapply for mining permits, critics said.

Tavaglione was first in the race for the 41st U.S. Congressional District with 19,815 votes, or 44.94 percent of the total. If the result does not radically change on Friday when the Riverside County Registrar of Voters releases the next ballot count update, he will run against Mark Takano for a seat in the House of Representatives.

to Temecula residents, many opponents of the quarry plan said.

JohnJ June 08, 2012 at 04:31 AM
Temecula brings in a ton of revenue for the county and Pechanga alone, donated, yes donated, 415 million to the county since 2005. Granite donated $4,000
Popeye June 08, 2012 at 07:30 AM
JohnJ the Trailer Trash from another city is so well informed. Your inbreeding is very evident....Give yourself another cookie for your support of your career as a shovel the dirt expert. Ha ha ha
Dennis Mitchell June 08, 2012 at 04:18 PM
Politicians always underestimate the wisdom of the people they suppose to serve. They forget the things they say, or "promise" they would do to preserve the needs and concerns of the community. But they fail to realize and understand...We don't forget!...and we will hold your" arse"accountable when you lie or deceive us, to suit your own agenda, instead of the " will" of the people.Folks don't fret!...keep the fire lit, till tavaglione come correct!..
Jeff Walters June 15, 2012 at 06:40 PM
The reason all elected officals "underestimate the wisdom of the people" is pur simple logic. They have a degree in something, can talk smoother, can quote laws rules and regulations. La De Freakin Good! I am sick and tired of being lied to, stolen from, made fun of and taken advantage of. It is more than pure logic that money was the issue here, so track down his funds, his families funds, his trust funds, anything that has his name on it that cost money. He has to have hidden it somewhere!
Jeff Walters June 15, 2012 at 06:44 PM
One way to stop this type of abuse is a simple logical thought process. All elected officals don't get paid unless they produce positive results for the people who put them there in the first place. Same as a regular job, you don't get paid if you don't produce. Or more in the factual manner: You get FIRED! If you take way thier money they will listen. Just like a child, take away the toys till they behave. What toys can we take away form our elected officlas? Prepaid fuel cards is a great start.

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