A mining company appealed a decision that would stop it from building a quarry near Temecula.
Granite Construction filed the appeal this week, according to Ray Smith, a spokesperson for the county said on Thursday.
The plan was rejected 4-1 by the first in a , then with a finalizing .
The appeal means the decision will go over the heads of the planning commission and into the hands of the
The company vowed to appeal the decision, but the appeal could be filed only after the plan's rejection was finalized, Granite officials said. To read about the company's plan,
The plan will build a 115-acre mine on a property spanning more than 400 acres in the hills just south of Temecula and just east of the Santa Rosa Ecological Preserve. To read details about the plan,