SFEG is sending out a glossy full-color brochure and survey to Santa Fe City and county residents. According to the land owner (lone mountain cattle ranch), what is in the brochure is different from what the landowner was told. An author on the Ortiz mine doesn't think SFEG will get permits. SFEG is planing on operating a mill similar to Lordburg at the mine. The company is pitching itself as generating hundreds of jobs, and environmentally friendly. So far IGS has invested 6 million in SFEG. If SFEG is successful it will generate 2 billion dollars of local economic activity and 484 million in earned income .
Mining potential is very high too bridge. SFEG is informing locals that only one truck of concentrate will leave the mine site each week. Many trucks will move ore to its flotation mill daily. According to today's release the company will be dry storing tailings to conserve water.