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Polymet Mining Corp. Message Board

dhendy511 5 posts  |  Last Activity: 14 hours ago Member since: May 9, 2008
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    Smart Money

    by recker222000 19 hours ago
    dhendy511 dhendy511 14 hours ago Flag

    Company is out and about talking to everyone, you can even call them yourselves and set up tours of facilities. They have been doing walkthroughs of the facility for the last couple of years for young and old.

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    Twin Metals and Polymet

    by elyborderline Mar 8, 2016 5:39 PM
    dhendy511 dhendy511 Mar 9, 2016 11:25 AM Flag

    No there were not, Twin Metals had plans for doing all their own processing next to the underground mine.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    300 percent in 2 years from here

    by harrypyeeter Mar 4, 2016 12:56 PM
    dhendy511 dhendy511 Mar 7, 2016 3:17 PM Flag

    They might not explode like people think, but on the other hand drillers and exploration companies are finding out that this vein of precious metals is one of the largest in the world. the further north you go the more gold also. Exploration permits in Kooch county were the highest ever. good read on the mn dnr website of all the companies who bought exploration permits and what counties they are in.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    by arizona_guy77 Mar 4, 2016 3:49 PM
    dhendy511 dhendy511 Mar 7, 2016 10:24 AM Flag

    A couple years back Minnesota passed legislation that permits must be accepted or denied in 180 days when filed, due to projects like Polymet and Essar Steel. so when Polymet files for their permits in April and they are approved construction will take place around years end or the beginning of 2017.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • ST. PAUL — A decision on the determination of adequacy for the PolyMet copper/nickel/precious metals project near Hoyt Lakes will be released by the end of next week, Gov. Mark Dayton said on Thursday.

    The announcement will be made by the Department of Natural Resources, which is one of the co-lead agencies on the project.

    The DNR posted the PolyMet Final Environmental Impact Statement in early November. DNR Commissioner Tom Landwehr said at the time that the FEIS wouldn’t have been posted if it wasn’t adequate.

    Gov. Dayton and DFL leaders, including Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk of Cook, all responded with a “no” when asked by an editor whether they have been lobbied by any anti-PolyMet supporters to push legislation this session that would delay the nonferrous project.

    The PolyMet project, which would create 350 permanent positions, hundreds more spin-off jobs and more than 2 million hours of construction, has received more than 10 years of environmental review.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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