The City of Irwindale owns and maintains an inactive mining site referred to as the "Olive Pit" (proposed project site). The City's long term goal for the property is to use a portion of the site for development and the remainder for long-term use as a storm water retention area. The City intends to enter into a License and Mining Agreement with United Rock Products to extract of all economically recoverable mineral resources from the Olive Pit, and reclamation of the eastern 32 acres by filing to street level for future development. The remainder of the property will be reclaimed for storm water retention.
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