Minnesota Delays Decision on Mineral Leases
November 2011 by Patrick CondonLandowners complained that mineral mining on or near their property could damage property values while leaving them without a cut of potential profits.
If we lose, the radical environmentalists have a roadmap to replicate their success everywhere.
“We feel that we can clean up an area that has been abandoned after 100 years of mining,” Lyon said.
I’ve received quite a few inquiries from miners who are beginning to realize that traditional Mining Districts are powerful entities and they are looking to get their district organized if it’s in disarray.
Somehow the Bureau of Land Management seems to have forgotten that they work for the people.
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