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Posted: Monday, July 1, 2013 10:00 pm | Updated: 12:38 am, Tue Jul 2, 2013.

An Albuquerque-based company is probing public opinion regarding a proposed gold mine in the Ortiz Mountains, sending out a full-color glossy informational brochure and a survey to Santa Fe city and county residents.

Residents in mid-June began receiving the “Continuing a Legacy” brochure for the Ortiz Mine Grant from Santa Fe Gold Corporation, formerly Azco Mining. The brochure says the mine is “setting a new standard for mining” and will be “an opportunity to help our schools and lands.”

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1 comment:

  • Steve Salazar posted at 9:37 am on Tue, Jul 2, 2013.

    Steve Salazar Posts: 874

    I threw mine away, as if I want cyanide leaching in the area again.

     

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