WESTBROOK — The City Council voted Wednesday night to approve a revised consent agreement that will allow Pike Industries to operate its quarry in the Five Star Industrial Park.

The city voted 4 to 2 to approve the agreement reached between Pike, Idexx Laboratories, two neighboring business and nearby residents. Councilors Victor Chau and John O’Hara cast the dissenting votes. Councilor Paul Emery did not attend the meeting.

Now, the agreement needs final approval from Justice Thomas Humphrey, who is presiding over the civil trial between Pike and the city of Westbrook. Pike sued the city, claiming that it should be allowed to mine its quarry off Spring Street because city officials allowed it for years. The trial was set to begin on Monday.

City Solicitor Bill Dale and the lawyers representing the businesses involved in the dispute will ask Humphrey at 9 a.m. Thursday to approve the agreement. If Humphrey does, Pike has agreed to drop its lawsuit.