|FW: Tell the DNR how you feel about PolyMet's mine proposal||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: MADELINE SIMON (madeline-mplsmsn.com)|
|Date: Thu, 10 Dec 2015 18:06:01 -0800 (PST)|
You want this posted? Thanks. Peace, Madeline From: info [at] conservationminnesota.org Subject: Tell the DNR how you feel about PolyMet's mine proposal To: madeline-mpls [at] msn.com Date: Thu, 10 Dec 2015 19:00:58 -0600 Conservation Minnesota Donate | Visit Us Online Dear Madeline, Time is running out to tell the Minnesota DNR that PolyMet’s sulfide mine proposal would do more harm than good. You only have until 4:30 PM on Monday, December 14th to file your objection to PolyMet with the DNR. Take action right now and tell the DNR that PolyMet’s plan is not worth the risk to our clean water legacy. PolyMet’s proposed sulfide mine would require 500 years of treating polluted water. Despite years of review, in this final plan there is no additional information about how to Minnesota protect taxpayers in case PolyMet goes bankrupt or a disaster occurs. In addition, the plan currently shows that Polymet could destroy or drain of thousands of acres of wetlands. All of this for only 20 years of mining? It’s clear that PolyMet’s plan is a bad deal for Minnesota. Now is the time – tell the DNR what you think about the final PolyMet plan. Thanks for all you do to protect Minnesota’s clean water legacy. Sincerely, Paul Austin Conservation Minnesota Paul Danicic Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness Scott Strand Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy Unsubscribe | Visit our web site | Contact Us | Donate | | 1101 West River Parkway, Suite 250, Minneapolis, MN 55119 tel: 612.767.2444 Mining Truth© a project of Conservation Minnesota, Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness, and the Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy 2015 All rights reserved. nonprofit software
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