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News Release
State agencies to meet March 5 and 7 on proposed gold mine in Malheur County - 02/16/18

ALBANY, Ore. - State agencies will meet by teleconference March 5 and 7 on a proposed gold mine in Malheur County.

The Technical Review Team (TRT) will meet by teleconference on Monday, March 5 at 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. PST. The TRT's Geochemistry Subcommittee will meet by teleconference on Wednesday, March 7 from 10 a.m. to noon PST.

Meeting agendas are available at http://bit.ly/grassymt

The public and media may listen to the meeting in person at the Department of Geology and Mineral Industries (DOGAMI) office at 229 Broadalbin Street SW, Albany or by phone. For call-in instructions, contact DOGAMI at 541-967-2040.

The TRT is an interdisciplinary team of state agencies that reviews information related to a proposed mine during all phases of the application process, and ultimately develops consolidated permit conditions that conform to Oregon regulations. The federal Bureau of Land Management serves on the team in an ex-officio role.