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Informal Conference a Big Success!
Last Tuesday, a little over 100 people gathered at the Georgetown Community Center for the IDNR informal conference regarding Sunrise Coal’s permit application for the proposed Bulldog Mine. Â The audience was split between pro-mine folks (mostly Sunrise Coal miners) in … Continue reading
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Public Informal Conference – October 7, 2014
What: The IDNR will hold an “informal conference,” which is the first of two possible public hearings, about Sunrise Coal’s proposed Bulldog Mine permit application. Â This is a chance for community members to make oral comments regarding the the proposed … Continue reading
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Georgetown Public Meeting – August 2, 2013
Here’s a podcast of the audio from most of this meeting: News-Gazette Coverage: August 2, 2013 http://www.standuptocoal.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/GeorgetownMeeting02Aug2013.m4aPodcast: Play in new window | Download
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Georgetown and Sunrise Coal, LLC Hold a “Public” Meeting
Please plan to attendÂ (and bring a friend) Georgetown and Sunrise Coal: Â Update on Georgetown’s Water and proposed coal mine near Homer, IL Friday Aug 2 6:00 pm Mary Miller Jr. High School 414 W. West Street Georgetown, IL Note:Â Questions … Continue reading
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Public Hearing Well Attended
The Jamaica High School gymnasium was packed with people interested in commenting on and asking questions about the permit application for the proposed Bulldog Mine. The public spoke for about two and a half hours. Supporters of the proposed mine … Continue reading →