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APOC to decide if mine opponent broke law

...regulators are scheduled to deliberate next week as they try to decide whether an air service owned by an opponent of a proposed mining project broke election laws by flying candidates into remote Southwest Alaska villages to campaign.The Alaska Public...

http://juneauempire.com/state/2011-12-04/apoc-decide-if-mine-opponent-broke-law
State
Undermining our values

...CBJ oversight, through existing local ordinance, of permitting, development and operations of existing and proposed mining projects. This should include land, water and air pollution issues not adequately provided for by the state and federal...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/051503/let_letter4.shtml
Opinion
ABC report revives Echo Bay memories

...before those of a corporation. They seldom are the same. We must be diligent in our unbiased scrutiny of all proposed mining projects that would affect our community if we hope to develop our natural resources responsibly. Clancy DeSmet Juneau

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/070204/let_letter5.shtml
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