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City of Kerrville to participate in Tuesday night TCEQ meeting

todayApril 6, 2021

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The City of Kerrville will participate in an informal meeting scheduled for Tuesday, April 6, at 7 p.m., held by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). The meeting concerns an application filed with TCEQ by West Texas Aggregate, LLC (WTA).

WTA has applied to the TCEQ for an Air Quality Standard Permit (Registration Number 163301), which if granted, would authorize construction of a permanent rock and concrete crusher on property located between the Guadalupe River and the Kerrville-Kerr County Airport.

Prior to the meeting, the city, through its attorney, filed comments with TCEQ related to the proposed registration.

Based upon concerns previously raised by the city along with specific comments with respect to WTA’s application, the city requests that the TCEQ deny WTA’s application. In the alternative, the city requests that TCEQ refer the application to a contested case hearing so that its concerns can be properly vetted.

Tuesday night’s hearing will be held virtually and can be accessed at: and entering Webinar ID 973-000-523.

The Kerrville City Council adopted a resolution on January 12,2021 expressing its collective concerns about WTA’s proposed use and operations. Council has voiced concerns about the possibility of potential nuisances stemming from the proposed use, which council believes is incompatible with surrounding uses.

City Council is aware that other entities and businesses have submitted written comments and concerns to the TCEQ, including the Joint Airport Board and the Kerrville Chamber of Commerce.

Additional information can be found on the City of Kerrville’s website:


Written by: Michelle Layton

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