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Bowker Associates Calls For immediate Suspension of LUPC Rezoning Reg for Metallic Mining Citing Revelations On Risk at Bald Mountain

Via E-Letter to Nicholas Livesay Executive Director of the Department of Agriculture Conservation and Forestry  (DACF), dated October 14, 2013, Bowker Associates  has called for an immediate suspension of all rules in effect on sub district rezoning for metallic mining … Continue reading

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TAR SANDS TO PORTLAND? Across Maine To St. John The Real Risk.

Tar Sands to Portland? I don’t think so. Not crude-bitumen anyway(dilbit) like the western Trans Canada Pipeline. It would almost certainly be carrying refined tar sands synthetic crude or refined fuel product from Suncor’s Sarnia Ontario. That is… Continue reading

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Metallic Mining Disaster Looming From Reckless Mining Rules BY LUPC And DEP

Both DEP and LUPC are about to implement draft rules under specific provisions of Maine’s ill framed lobbyist written metallic mining statute that are nothing short of recklessly irresponsible. Both agencies completely lack experience in mining … Continue reading

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