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Comments were lost at mine meeting

On Jan. 28, Steve Hohensee of the U.S. Forest Service told the Juneau Empire that the preferred option for the Kensington Mine had not yet been selected...
Mine options out for review

...the late 1990s, as well as two viable alternatives. "There is not a preferred alternative at this time," said Steve Hohensee, the U.S. Forest Service's SEIS team leader for the Kensington proposal. "We're leaving it open until we...
Critics want greater say on Kensington

...said Juneau resident Skip Gray. "I think it's something we all need to start protesting in the future." Steve Hohensee, the U.S. Forest Service's SEIS team leader for the Kensington proposal, said the agency considers written...
Thank you

...of the Juneau Audubon Society, for their wonderful Q&A sessions throughout the tour; Laurie Lamm, Wayne Ward, Steve Hohensee and Dave Cox of the United States Forest Service for the interactive presentations on land and sea; Captain Dewey...
State Briefs

...impact statement is expected to be completed in October and the mine could be operating as early as mid-2005, said Steve Hohensee, Forest Service project manager. The Kensington mine is located about 45 miles north of Juneau. It contains an...
Alaska Digest

...Protection Agency requested the extension to allow more time for review of the document. Comments may be sent to Steve Hohensee; SEIS Team Leader; Tongass Minerals Group; 8465 Old Dairy Road; Juneau, AK 99801. They may be faxed to 907-790-7464...
Mine alternative is not acceptable

...marine facility. Contact the Forest Service and let them know Alternative B is not acceptable. Send comments to: Steve Hohensee, Juneau Ranger District, Tongass National Forest, 8465 Old Dairy Road, Juneau, AK 99801. Britt Watters Juneau


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