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Transit Mix has reapplied for a quarry permit on the Hitch Rack Ranch. This is essentially the SAME application that was denied in 2016 and the issues are still the same — it’s BAD for the Pikes Peak Region.

Transit Mix has already created 3 scars on our mountains and we don’t need a 4th! Another scar is BAD for the environment and BAD for business — companies and people looking to locate here pay attention to how we treat our environment and adding another scar shows we don’t care.

Help STOP the Hitch Rack Ranch Quarry!

Commissioned by a group of Colorado Springs neighbors and citizens fighting the development of another, unnecessary gravel quarry in a pristine foothill mountain environment, this study by Zach Perdue of ELEV8, a GIS consultant (http://elev8-inc.com/) proves that the quarry will be yet another unsightly and shameful scar marring our natural landscape. For MORE…

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Application DENIED

Application DENIED

The State Mined Land Reclamation Board has voted 3-2 to DENY Transit Mix's application to mine on the proposed Hitch Rack Ranch Quarry site. For the SECOND time. While there are a myriad things to be said here, sometimes it's best to let others speak for...

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The Hitch Rack Ranch View Study

The Hitch Rack Ranch View Study

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE HITCH RACK RANCH QUARRY SCAR WOULD BE VISIBLE FROM AREAS THROUGHOUT THE PIKES PEAK REGION Transit Mix’s proposed Hitch Rack Ranch Quarry in southern El Paso County — which goes in front of the state’s Mine Land Reclamation Board...

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El Pomar’s Bike Park Commitment

El Pomar’s Bike Park Commitment

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