Villages of Algonquin, Cary to Share Building Commissioner
Village Of Cary
Monday, April 30, 2012
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Asphalt shingles would be pulverized and turned into road-paving material.
Members of the Lake in the Hills Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously endorsed a plan for an outdoor asphalt recycling business on the west side of town despite the objections from a handful of Cary residents. The recycling facility would be located on about 19 acres west of Rte. 31, north Trinity Drive. Richard Guerard, an attorney representing Bartlett-based Southwind RAS, said if plans are approved by the Village Board in January, about 10 trucks a day would drop off asphalt shingles, salvaged from single-family homes. The operation would be open 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. Shingles would not be stored on the site longer than 18 months. The shingles would be ground into a black, sand-like substance and used as a road-pavement additive. Any …