Rock fall not caused by mine structure inspector, » the message reads

Rock fall not caused by mine structure inspector, » the message reads

Rock fall not caused by mine structure inspector, » the message reads.

The mine has been inspected twice already by a district board and the district attorney, but the township remains unsatisfied with any recommendations from that inspection, spokeswoman Emily DeCicco said.

« We’re not satisfied, at this point, » she said.

She said the company had provided a letter of support of the audit to the township by Tuesday.

Sebastian Lozano, the director of the Department of Forestry and Environmental Programs at the New Jersey State Department of Environmental Protection, confirmed the audit.

« The district board received and considered the inspection report on 강남 마사지December서산안마 14, 2011 and it has not yet been deemed complete, » Lozano said in an e-mail.

Lozano said the agency would also look at the « evidence 해운대출장안마and report » submitted by the mining company, which will be reviewed in May.

Mining officials also are examining the report of mine inspector Tim J. McBride, who was dismissed last year in connection with one of their investigations. McBride received a one-time bonus of $75,000 for his « professional service » as a township inspector.

« This may affect (the) effectiveness of the township’s actions regarding a large iron mine site within the township and the potential negative public perception surrounding these mining operations, » Lozano said.

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