Looking north toward a former quarry with a 25-foot tall obelisk known as The Monolith, believed to be used as a post and cable feature to extract lime from the quarry on the proposed Marble Valley development site, a former limestone mine in El Dorado County on Wednesday August 7, 2013. Parker Development Company, builder of the vast Serrano El Dorado community, is readying plans for its proposed 3,236-home Marble Valley Village amid former limestone mines, oaks and a vast lagoon south of Highway 50.
Looking north toward a former quarry with a 25-foot tall obelisk known as The Monolith, believed to be used as a post and cable feature to extract lime from the quarry on the proposed Marble Valley development site, a former limestone mine in El Dorado County on Wednesday August 7, 2013. Parker Development Company, builder of the vast Serrano El Dorado community, is readying plans for its proposed 3,236-home Marble Valley Village amid former limestone mines, oaks and a vast lagoon south of Highway 50. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
Looking north toward a former quarry with a 25-foot tall obelisk known as The Monolith, believed to be used as a post and cable feature to extract lime from the quarry on the proposed Marble Valley development site, a former limestone mine in El Dorado County on Wednesday August 7, 2013. Parker Development Company, builder of the vast Serrano El Dorado community, is readying plans for its proposed 3,236-home Marble Valley Village amid former limestone mines, oaks and a vast lagoon south of Highway 50. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com

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