ANCHORAGE, AK - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced it will open a 30-day public comment period, beginning April 1, to collect input on the scope of its analysis of Pebble Limited Partnership’s mine plan. This is the first formal opportunity for the public to comment on the latest proposed mine plan, which was submitted to the Corps of Engineers last December.
DILLINGHAM, AK – Today, the Bristol Bay region met the Pebble Limited Partnership’s long-delayed federal permit applications with skepticism and renewed determination as Northern Dynasty continues to move forward with a mine Alaskans don’t want.
Today, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced they will give the public more time to comment on Pebble's permit application after initially only giving 30-days, which would have been less time for public comment than any other on-going project overseen by the Corps of Engineers in Alaska, despite being the largest and most controversial proposal in the state.
This week, 50 fishing and hunting businesses and organizations sent a joint letter to First Quantum Minerals urging the company to withdraw financial support from the proposed Pebble Mine project in the Bristol Bay region of Alaska.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is holding a series of hearings on Pebble's phase one mine plan. Public participation is critical to continue to show opposition to Pebble Mine and communicate to the Corps of Engineers our concerns about Pebble's Mining proposal.