TO: CMA MEMBERS & COMMITTEES
Stand with Trapper by providing comments on Trapper Mine
Each day, thousands of rural Coloradans, small businesses, schools and farms rely on the clean, low-cost energy fueled by Trapper Mine’s nearly 200 employees. For more than three decades, Trapper has provided affordable energy across the West, jobs to hundreds of families and vast civic and economic benefits to our northwestern Colorado community.
Now, we need our community to Stand with Trapper.
On October 29, from 4 to 8 p.m., the federal Office of Surface Mining will host a public meeting to gather public comments on the scope of an environmental assessment the agency will prepare in response to a lawsuit brought by WildEarth Guardians. The October 29 public meeting includes a comment period through November 12 to further gather input. All public comments during this phase are due to OSM no later than November 12—and must be in written form.
The agency’s completion of this assessment is vital to Trapper’s future.
We ask that you attend this meeting and provide support for Trapper’s workers and their families, the positive impact Trapper makes to the community, the mine’s nationally recognized environmental stewardship and reclamation efforts—and its commitment to providing affordable and reliable energy.
The public meeting will be held October 29, from 4 to 8 p.m., at the Moffat County Fairgrounds’ Pavilion Building, 640 E. Victory Way, Craig, Colorado 81625. The event will provide an opportunity to ask questions and meet with OSM and Trapper representatives and to provide written comments on the environmental assessment.
Community members can also provide written comments via email and written letters to OSM to: email@example.com, ensure the subject line reads: ATTN: OSMRE, Trapper 1 Mine MPDD EA.
Comments may also be received by mail:
OSMRE WR, C/O Nicole Caveny,
C-079641 and C-07519 EA,
1999 Broadway, Suite 3320
Denver, CO 80202
For more information and to submit comments, please visit:
Thank you for Standing with Trapper.
Stuart A. Sanderson
Colorado Mining Association
216 16th Street, Suite 1250
Denver, CO 80202