Cape cod sand and gravel
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The company’s bond will be raised from $100,000 to $250,000, according to the article, as insurance in case the company goes out of business and leaves the site in its current state.
In 2003, the Zoning Board of Appeals attempted to shut down the company. Judge Leon Lombardi of the state Land Court overturned the ruling, resulting in a compromise deal between the town and the corporation over the site’s operations.
“In 2004, the company persuaded the Zoning Board of Appeals to approve digging at the site until 2016,” says building inspector Roger Laporte. The organization requested a two-year extension to run until the end of 2018.”
“Without the extension, the company will have to close down,” says Samuel Lorusso, owner of Cape Cod Aggregates. In order to complete the reconstruction process, the gravel left in the pit must be extracted.”
A ‘Cape Cod Aggregates conditions report’ was sent to the town clerk’s office last Wednesday. It was noted that the company uses a wet dust suppression system and that vehicles leaving the site use a wheel wash to clean dirt from their tires.
Cape Cod Aggregates Corporation, formerly Hyannis Sand & Gravel, was founded in 1957 and is one of Massachusetts’ leading sand suppliers. It sells crushed blue, natural, red, and round stones, as well as concrete and mason sand, recycled asphalt, and crushed blue, native, red, and round stones. Cape Cod Aggregates Corporation is based in Hyannis, Massachusetts. A team of more than 50 people works for the company. Its products are used in a variety of building projects. The business has more than four branches across the United States.
Notes from the field: massachusetts and cape cod bays
On Cape Cod, Massachusetts, a large-scale natural gradient tracer experiment was performed to investigate the transport and dispersion of solutes in a sand and gravel aquifer. Bromide, a nonreactive tracer, and lithium and molybdate, reactive tracers, were injected as a pulse in July 1985 and tracked in three dimensions as they travelled as far as 280 meters down-gradient through an array of multilevel samplers. The horizontal movement of the bromide cloud was 0.42 meters per day. Because of density-induced sinking early in the test and accretion of areal recharge from precipitation, it also shifted downward around 4 m. The bromide cloud had spread more than 80 meters in the direction of flow after 200 meters of transport, but it was just 14 meters wide and 4-6 meters thick. Because of sorption onto the sediments, the lithium and molybdate clouds followed the same direction as the bromide cloud, but their rates of movement were around half that of the bromide cloud.
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Cape Cod Aggregates Corporation, formerly Hyannis Sand & Gravel, was founded in 1957 and is one of Massachusetts’ leading sand suppliers. It sells crushed blue, natural, red, and round stones, as well as concrete and mason sand, recycled asphalt, and crushed blue, native, red, and round stones. Cape Cod Aggregates Corporation is based in Hyannis, Massachusetts. A team of more than 50 people works for the company. Its goods are used in a variety of applications…
A 25-foot-long tree limb from a neighbor’s tree was ripped off by a driver delivering stone for a driveway. The driver was barely willing to assist in dragging the tree to the end of the driveway. Also, instead of slowly unloading the stone along the 50-foot driveway as is usual, the driver dumped it all in one big pile, giving me a lot more work. When I called the company to discuss it, I was told flat out that they don’t guarantee anything…
Cape Cod Aggregates Corp., located at 1550 Phinneys Ln in Hyannis, was established in 1981. It hires 22 people and generates around $12,000,000.00 in sales each year. Additional information is available at www.capecodagg.com or by calling (508) 775-3716 to speak with Paul Lorusso.