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DOGAMI Governing Board to meet December 1, 2022 - 11/17/22

PORTLAND, Ore. – The Governing Board of the Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries (DOGAMI) will meet on Thursday, December 1, from 8:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. This public meeting will be conducted via teleconference. 

The meeting agenda, including call-in information, is available at: https://www.oregongeology.org/about/govboard/boardagenda_12_01_2022.pdf

The DOGAMI Governing Board sets policy, oversees general operations, and adopts a strategic plan every six years. The Board meets at least quarterly. As active members of their communities, Board members provide an important connection between Oregonians and DOGAMI’s mission of providing earth science information and regulation to make Oregon safe and prosperous.

State agencies to meet November 30, 2022, at Technical Review Team meeting on proposed gold mine in Malheur County - 11/16/22

Portland, OR– State agencies will meet by teleconference on November 30 on a proposed chemical process gold mine in Malheur County.

The Technical Review Team (TRT) will meet by teleconference on Wednesday, November 30, 2022, from 10:00 a.m. to noon (PST).

The public notice and related documents are available at: https://www.oregongeology.org/mlrr/chemicalprocess_Calico-GrassyMtn.htm

The public and media can listen to the meetings by joining the Zoom Meeting online, or by phone. For online meeting details and call-in instructions, see the meeting agenda in the public notice. For further information, contact the DOGAMI Albany office at (541) 967-2083 or email: information.grassymtn@dogami.oregon.gov

The TRT is an inter-disciplinary team of state agencies that reviews information and concerns related to a proposed mine during all phases of the application process, and ultimately develops consolidated permit conditions that conform to Oregon regulations.

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