The Big Myth About the Soledad Canyon Mine

| By Andrew Fried, SAFE President  | May 4, 2014 You would think that a big push to develop a massive gravel mine would at least be backed up by one significant factor: The need for one. As we’ve written previously, the proposed 56-million-ton CEMEX mine, just outside the City of Santa Clarita, would cause significant and irreversible impacts on the wildlife corridors in and around the Santa Clara River, and is a threat to the health, safety and welfare of…

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SAFE Endorses Boxer’s New Bill

June 26, 2013 Safe Action for the Environment, Inc. has endorsed Sen. Barbara Boxer’s new legislative attempt to save the Santa Clarita Valley from a 56 million ton sand and gravel mine proposed to be developed in Soledad Canyon. “SAFE is proud to support the Soledad Canyon Settlement Act, and we hope the community will join us in advocating for its passage,” said SAFE President Andrew Fried. “We’re grateful to Sen. Boxer for her continued efforts to reach a legislative…

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SAFE Delivers Petition to Legislators

Feb. 13, 2013 Safe Action for the Environment Inc. has submitted a 3,588-signature petition to key lawmakers in support of legislation to prevent a proposed 56 million ton sand and gravel mine from being developed in Soledad Canyon. “We’re very proud of the petition drive and letter writing campaign that we undertook this past year to help save Soledad Canyon from this massive mine,” said SAFE President Andrew Fried. “More than 3,000 people stepped up to express their support of…

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