Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Potash public meetings moved to larger venues


Two upcoming public meetings on proposed potash mining in the Holbrook basin have been moved to larger facilities in St. Johns and Snowflake to better accommodate the large crowds expected to attend and respond to public interest across the region. The new Holbrook Basins Horizon website is posting details about these and later upcoming meetings.

ST. JOHNS: American West Potash Public Meeting on Monday, March 19
A public meeting about the plans of American West Potash is scheduled for Monday, March 19th
in St. Johns. Featuring a presentation by AWP President Pat Avery followed by a question-and answer session, the meeting will be held from 6-7:30 in the Apache County Board of Supervisors
Chambers, Apache County Annex, 75 West Cleveland, St. Johns. This location is a change from
previously announced plans.

SNOWFLAKE: American West Potash Public Meeting on Tuesday, March 20
A public meeting about the plans of American West Potash is scheduled for Tuesday, March 20 in Snowflake. Featuring a presentation by AWP President Pat Avery followed by a question-andanswer session, the meeting will be held from 6-7:30 at the Northland Pioneer College Silver
Creek Campus, 1611 S. Main St., Room 101 in the Learning Center. This location is a change
from previously announced plans.

Events planned for April and May are listed in the Calendar of Events on www.holbrookbasin.org. Thanks to Kathy Hemenway for forwarding this info.

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